For the second year in a row, the Oregon Ducks (18-10) ended their season with a 4-0 loss in the second round of the NCAA Tournament — their third straight second-round loss in the tournament.
The No. 33 Oregon men’s tennis team kicked off its NCAA Tournament with an impressive 4-0 win over No. 27 Dartmouth.
Oregon women’s tennis team senior Alyssa Tobita has used an underdog persona to piece together one of the best careers in program history.
Friday’s match between Oregon men’s tennis and No. 2 UCLA looked at first to be setting up to be a classic, but the Bruins eventually pulled away with a 4-0 win to advance to the championship match and send the Ducks home.
On Saturday, Oregon recorded their first ever win over Cal to close out the regular season.
Building collegiate tennis teams based on similar cultural backgrounds has been a known strategy, such as UCLA and its majority of Californians, or Drake University with eight players from the United Kingdom. However, the No. 36 Oregon men’s tennis team has one of the more globally diverse t…
The No. 36 Oregon men’s tennis team split its Bay Area roadtrip with a high-quality 4-2 win over No. 31 Cal on Saturday. The win is the Ducks’ first ever win over Cal.
The No. 36 Oregon men’s tennis team kicked off its final regular season weekend in the Bay Area with a 4-1 loss to No. 4 Stanford.
After the Oregon men’s tennis team’s Senior Day victory over Arizona, attention immediately switched toward its last three Pac-12 matches. Essentially controlling their own destiny, the Ducks needed a win Saturday over Utah in order to achieve their postseason goals.
Emotions ran high from beginning to end of Oregon’s Senior Day in the Student Tennis Center on Sunday.
The Ducks were flying high.
t was only a matter of time before history was made.
After ending its losing streak last week with a 5-2 win over Santa Clara, Oregon men’s tennis returned to the court Saturday to take on a familiar foe.
Simon Stevens and the Ducks had been in a funk.
With the match tied at three between the No. 40 Oregon men’s tennis team and No. 13 USC, Oregon freshman Riki Oshima was locked in a battle with Jack Jaede.
The No. 40 Oregon men’s tennis team dropped its Pac-12 opener Friday, losing to the No. 4 UCLA Bruins 4-1.
The Oregon men’s tennis team continued its busy week on Saturday, losing to Cornell 4-2 in Iowa after defeating Utah State on Wednesday 4-0.
The No. 40 Oregon men’s tennis team improved to 8-2 on the season after a dominating 4-0 midweek win against No. 43 Utah State.
When it comes to the sport of tennis, most attention is drawn towards the accomplishments of the individual. Collegiately, individual rankings and conference player of the week honors tend to steal most of the headlines.
Oregon Ducks Simon Stevens hits the ball back during his singles match. The Oregon Ducks face the Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks at the Oregon Student Tennis Center in Eugene, Ore. on Feb. 24, 2018. (Devin Roux/Emerald)
Oregon men’s tennis had a dominant Saturday defeating both Northern Arizona and Gonzaga 4-0 in their second doubleheader of the spring.
With all eyes on the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s No.17 doubles partners Thomas Laurent and Cormac Clissold, Oregon men’s tennis has secured the all-important doubles point with sophomore Ty Gentry and senior Simon Stevens going 14-1 in the 2017-18 season as well.
Friday’s match between Oregon and Wisconsin had the makings to be something special. With the Pac-12 going up against the Big 10, the pair of power five conference schools are both coming off a second-round appearance in the 2017 NCAA Tournament.
The Ducks are back in Eugene and back in the win column.
Oregon’s first road trip of the season at the ITA Kick-Off at the Hellman Tennis Complex in Berkeley, California, out-tested the team against its highest level of competition yet. Falling to both No. 12 Stanford and No. 19 California, Oregon (3-2) ended its three-match sweep streak and lost …
Over the course of the 2017 spring season, the Ducks rolled out eight different combinations of players in doubles action.
Three matches in and three sweeps, zero sets lost in singles.
Oregon Ducks Ethan Young-Smith celebrates during his singles match. The Oregon Ducks face the Portland State Vikings at the Oregon Student Tennis Center in Eugene, Ore. on January 12, 2018. (Devin Roux/Emerald)
Oregon closed out its fall season this weekend with two championship titles at the Gopher Invitational and a semifinal appearance at the 2017 Oracle ITA Fall National Championships.
Thomas Laurent and Cormac Clissold have put together quite the resume in doubles action over the past two seasons.
In every tennis match, there are always three things: a net, a ball and a pair of rackets.
Thomas Laurent has every reason to view himself on a higher level when compared to his Oregon teammates.
— Oregon volleyball lost to No. 2 Stanford Cardinal in a sweep of three sets, but brought in the second largest attendance in program history, with 5,872 people on Friday night. Back in Matthew Knight Arena on Sunday, the Ducks redeemed themselves and ended their two-match losing streak with…
The Oregon men’s tennis program has long been the “hunter,” seeking the consistency and big-time wins to earn respect across the nation as one of the top teams.
Competing in a pair of tournaments, Oregon had a chance to make Sunday one to remember. Instead, the Ducks’ will head back to Eugene without any hardware.
For many Oregon athletes, summer break means trading in their Eugene lives for three months back home. The long summer days are filled with everything from working jobs, summer school, camps, catching up on Netflix binges and even possibly studying abroad.
Oregon’s Akihiro Tanaka and Thomas Laurent fell short in Monday’s qualifying matches of the ITA All-American Championship in Tulsa, Okla.
On Saturday afternoon, the Ducks’ season came to an end as they lost to No. 12 Texas A&M 4-0 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
For the second time in as many seasons, the Ducks earned an NCAA Tournament win, topping Memphis 4-2. Oregon will face Texas A&M on Saturday in the College Station Regional final, with the winner advancing to Georgia for the Sweet 16.
The Ducks made history during the 2016 season when they beat No. 23 Tulsa in the first round for the first ever tournament win in program history. The 2017 Ducks, however, have their sights set to Georgia and beyond as they are set to begin the NCAA Tournament on Friday against Memphis.
Oregon came into the Pac-12 Championships looking to punctuate their regular season performance. Instead, the Ducks will leave Ojai, California, after an early exit.
With the Pac-12 Championships right around the corner, the Ducks still had one match left in their record-setting regular season — Washington.
Oregon Men’s Tennis coaches Nils Schyllander (left) and Jonas Piibor examine the court conditions during the rain delay before the meet. The No. 22 Oregon Ducks play the No. 41 Washington Huskies at the Oregon Student Tennis Center in Eugene, Ore. on Saturday, April 22, 2017. (Adam Eberhardt…
Akihiro Tanaka reaches to return the ball during his doubles match. The No. 23 Oregon Ducks play the No. 15 Stanford Cardinal at the Oregon Student Tennis Center in Eugene, Ore. on Sunday, April 16, 2017. (Adam Eberhardt/Emerald)
Oregon sophomore Ethan Young-Smith hasn’t been a consistent presence for the Ducks on the court this season. The last time he played was March 17 against Iowa. But he stepped up on Sunday afternoon against No. 15 Stanford to relieve teammate Simon Stevens due to injury.
In a match that came down to the wire, Oregon (16-5, 2-3) was edged out 4-3 by No. 15 Cal in the Ducks’ first home match of Pac-12 play on Friday afternoon.
Ty Gentry slams the ball over the net during his doubles match. The No. 23 Oregon Ducks play the No. 12 Cal Golden Bears at the Oregon Student Tennis Center in Eugene, Ore. on Friday, April 14, 2017. (Adam Eberhardt/Emerald)
Jayson Amos now stands alone.