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Oregon men’s tennis defeats No. 27 Dartmouth 4-0 in first round of NCAA Tournament

The No. 33 Oregon men’s tennis team kicked off its NCAA Tournament with an impressive 4-0 win over No. 27 Dartmouth. The match marked the first top-30 win of the season for the Ducks, who have really hit their stride at the perfect time. Since the 4-3 loss to No. …

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Oregon men’s tennis built with international players

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 teams in the …

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Oregon men’s tennis sweeps doubleheader against NAU and Gonzaga

Oregon men’s tennis had a dominant Saturday defeating both Northern Arizona and Gonzaga 4-0 in their second doubleheader of the spring. Oregon vs Northern Arizona In the front end of Saturday’s doubleheader, the Ducks’ cruised to a quick 4-0 victory over Northern Arizona. Head coach Nils Schyllander played his collegiate …

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Thomas Laurent stars in ITA All-American Championship

The men’s tennis program has a No. 1 court to fill. Former No. 1 player Dan Maasland graduated after last season, and the Ducks want a player to fill his spot come spring. They may have already found him in sophomore Thomas Laurent, who defeated multiple ranked opponents during the …

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Oregon men’s tennis: Ducks record win against highest ranked opponent in school history, stun No. 15 Boise St. 5-2

Daniel Sardu, just like on Friday against Washington, was well aware of the implications his match would decide. The junior had battled back from a set down and had the chance to cap Oregon’s most successful weekend in recent history with a win. On Friday, Sardu clinched the match by …

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Friends, professors and colleagues remember Alex Rovello

Jonas Piibor’s Facebook status appeared on Saturday night. @@http://www.goducks.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=500&[email protected]@ “I loved you like my own son,” he wrote. A few hours later, the University of Oregon assistant tennis coach updated his status again. “R.I.P. Alex Rovello,” it said. Rovello, a junior journalism major and esteemed tennis player at the University …

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