Oregon men’s tennis was quickly bounced from the Pac-12 Tournament by Utah on Wednesday.
The Oregon men's tennis team was defeated 4-3 in a hotly contested match against No. 12 Stanford at home on Friday. The Ducks are now 13-8 on the season and the Cardinal improve to 15-5.
After losing 4-1 to the No. 13 UCLA Bruins on Friday, the No. 48 Oregon men's tennis team looked to bring their five match losing streak to an end on Saturday afternoon as they faced off against No. 11 USC in the second stint of their California road trip.
The #48 Oregon men's tennis team suffered a defeat at the hands of #13 UCLA 4-1 in Los Angeles. The Ducks (13-6) are now 1-4 in Pac-12 play this season.
Oregon men’s tennis entered Pac-12 season with a singular loss and a top 20 national ranking. Only matches later though, they now stand at 13-5 with a 1-3 conference record and risk falling out of the top 50.
The No. 42 Oregon men’s tennis team (13-4, 1-2) fell 4-0 to the No. 32 Arizona State Sun Devils (10-10, 2-2) on Friday, extending the Ducks’ losing streak to three matches.
The No. 31 Oregon men’s tennis team lost its first home match of the season Sunday in a 4-2 loss at the hands of Utah.
The No. 17 Oregon men’s tennis team (13-2), winners of their last 10, lost a 4-3 match to the UCSB Gauchos (7-5) on Friday afternoon. The loss marked Oregon’s first since its 4-0 defeat to Stanford on Jan. 27.
Oregon men’s tennis defeated a feisty Washington team 5-1 for a 1-0 start to Pac-12 play on the 2019 season.
After a two match road trip, the No. 12 ranked Oregon men’s tennis team returned home to face Middle Tennessee on Thursday night for its final non-conference match of the season. Oregon got down early, but fought back after Thomas Laurent ignited the team to a 4-2 victory while becoming the …
The Oregon men’s tennis team came into Des Moines, Iowa, ranked No. 15 in the nation by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. After dropping the doubles point in the last outing, Oregon not only won the point against No. 46 Drake, it won all but one of the singles points to improve to 10-1…
After the Oregon men’s tennis team dropped the doubles point against Loyola Marymount University, head coach Nils Schyllander was displeased with the team’s performance.
One day after defeating Boise State 4-0, Oregon men’s tennis returned to the courts, defeating Louisville 6-1 to move to 7-0 at home. In the two matches, Oregon lost just one doubles match and one singles match.
Just five days after securing a 3-0 weekend, the Oregon men’s tennis team, which received votes in the latest Intercollegiate Tennis Association poll, dominated Boise State 4-0 Friday afternoon.
After playing two matches the previous two days, there was reason to believe that the Oregon men’s tennis team would be a little sluggish for Sunday’s match against New Mexico.
Just one day after defeating San Diego in a close 4-3 match, the Oregon men’s tennis team handled Nevada 4-0 Saturday morning. The Ducks started strong, sweeping the doubles point and getting off to a fast start in singles. With a 3-0 lead however, things slowed down before freshman Joshua C…
Following a comeback after trailing 3-1, the match between Oregon men’s tennis and the University of San Diego came down to one winner-take-all match.
Oregon men’s tennis started the weekend with a 4-1 win over Minnesota. The Ducks grabbed a close doubles point. Oregon’s No. 1 doubles pair of Charles Roberts and Armando Soemarno fell first, but pairs Ty Gentry and Joshua Charlton and Emmanuel Coste and Thomas Laurent both won 7-5.
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.