Oregon men's tennis is off to a perfect 7-0 start. Through their first seven games, the Ducks continue to find new ways to win — on Sunday, it went down to the wire. In their second match of the weekend, the Ducks edged out rival Washington, 4-3, thanks to late heroics by Luke Vandecasteele.
The Eastern Washington Eagles were held scoreless against the now 6-0 Oregon Ducks, who looked unstoppable in Eugene. Doubles on Saturday ended in a clean sweep for the Ducks.
The Ducks men’s tennis team handled the University of Portland with ease on Wednesday night, winning 6-1. In a match that was postponed and supposed to be played on Sunday, Feb. 14
It had been 327 days since the Oregon men’s tennis team had played a competitive match. On Friday, they returned to action, taking down the BYU Cougars, 5-2.
After kicking off the first weekend of Pac-12 play 0-2, Oregon men’s tennis got back in the groove, this time with a 5-2 victory over No. 50 Old Dominion. The team is now 11-5 on the season.
After losing three straight matches, the Ducks got in the win column with a 4-1 victory over New Mexico on Friday night. After grinding out a doubles win, Jesper Klov-Nilsson delivered the go-ahead point to clinch the match.
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The Ducks suffered an emotional loss to No. 22 UCLA on Sunday. Tied 3-3, Riki Oshima lost to Ben Goldberg in tiebreakers in the final set of their singles match, which clinched the win for the Bruins. This loss capped off a disappointing weekend which saw the team lose to No. 1 USC on Friday.