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Oregon women’s tennis head coach Alison Silverio leaves for Notre Dame job

Oregon women’s tennis head coach Alison Silverio has left the program, taking the head coaching job at Notre Dame. In her four seasons as Oregon’s head coach, Silverio went 52-43, including winning the program’s first NCAA tournament match since 2004, beating Tennessee in the first round, 4-2. Excited to begin …

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Oregon women’s tennis defeats Baylor in another thriller

In its first match in the top-20 ever as a program, Oregon women’s tennis was tied 3-3 with the visiting Baylor Bears and the only thing standing between victory and defeat was a battle of freshmen. The Ducks returned home to Eugene for a home match for the first time …

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Oregon struggles against undefeated Cal, loses, 7-0

After three straight Pac-12 losses, Oregon women’s tennis had the daunting task of facing top ranked California, who has been unstoppable so far this season. That trend continued. The Ducks were unable to compete with California, losing 7-0. The loss brings the Duck’s record to 11-6, 3-4 Pac-12. Cal clinched the …

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No. 60 Oregon edges out No. 56 Colorado, 4-3

It came down to the final match to determine who would win the meet in Boulder, Colorado between the No. 60 Oregon Ducks and No. 56 Colorado Buffaloes. Oregon came away with the doubles point after wins by Alyssa Tobita/Nia Rose, 8-2, and Nicole Long/Marlou Kluiving, 8-6, in No. 1 …

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Women’s tennis: No. 67 Oregon falls to No. 52 BYU, 4-3.

Following yesterday’s 5-2 win over Utah State, Oregon (7-4, 1-0 Pac-12) took on BYU (7-6, 1-2 WCC) and ultimately lost 4-3 in a meet that came down to the final match. It was Oregon’s second game in the Beehive State this weekend. BYU was quick to claim the doubles point after …

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Women’s tennis: No. 67 Oregon beats No. 69 Utah State, 5-2, on road stint

In their first match of the season against a ranked team, the No. 67 Oregon women’s tennis team took on the No. 69 Utah State Aggies and won 5-2, taking the doubles point after wins from Nia Rose/Alyssa Tobita and Marlou Kluiving/Nicole Long. In singles, Long had the first win …

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Oregon women’s tennis edged out by Portland, 4-3

Oregon (5-2, 0-0 Pac-12) faced off against the Portland Pilots (4-2, 0-1 West Coast) in the Student Tennis Center for their eighth match of the regular season. After some extremely close singles matches, Portland narrowly came away with a 4-3 victory. Portland earned the initial lead after taking the doubles …

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Allie and Kadie Hueffner call it quits

Feb. 21 was a confusing night for Allie and Kadie Hueffner of the Oregon women’s tennis team. After two games in southern California against UC Santa Barbara and Santa Clara University, the girls sat in the PDX airport waiting for their flight back home to Eugene. The weekend went well …

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Oregon women’s tennis team lose two players, gain one

As of February 21, sophomores Allie and Kadie Hueffner are no longer a part of the Oregon women’s tennis team, Oregon Athletics has confirmed. The sisters had been walk-ons for the last two seasons, but had regularly started in matches. The two were the only walk-ons. “Effective Saturday, Feb. 21, …

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Oregon women’s tennis: Ducks sweep Santa Clara University 7-0

It was Oregon’s second consectutive road game, but their fourth consecutive win. After a more difficult meet against UC Santa Barbara yesterday, today the Ducks made easy work of Santa Clara and swept the Broncos 7-0. Oregon secured the doubles point early on with wins from the No. 2 and …

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Oregon women’s tennis: UCSB falls to Oregon 5-2

The Ducks flew south to Santa Barbara, California to face off against UCSB in their first game of their two-match road trip. The Ducks made work of the Gauchos, winning 5-2. Oregon clinched the doubles point after wins from Nicole Long/Marlou Kluiving and Nia Rose/Alyssa Tobita. They won their matches …

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Nia Rose and Alyssa Tobita find instant chemistry as freshmen

Freshman Alyssa Tobita’s first impression of her current doubles partner, freshman Nia Rose, was less than ideal. It was the women’s tennis team’s first practice of the year and Rose was already late. “I was like, ‘Oh my gosh. Who is this girl on our team? She can’t even make …

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Oregon women’s tennis beats Iowa 4-3 in final game of homestand

Earlier this afternoon Oregon (2-2, 0-0 Pac-12) took on Iowa (4-0, 0-0 Big Ten) for what would be the Ducks’ final game of their homestand before heading to Santa Barbara, California next weekend. The Ducks edged out Iowa 4-3. Oregon claimed the doubles point, but not without effort. After splitting …

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Oregon women's tennis team beat UNLV 6-1 in dual opener

In its first dual meet of the season, the Oregon women’s tennis team traveled to Las Vegas, Nevada to play the UNLV Lady Rebels. The Ducks dominated the Lady Rebels with a 6-1 win at the Fertitta Tennis Complex, an improvement over their 4-1 loss to them last season. Three …

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Oregon women's tennis season preview

Last year, the Oregon women’s tennis team ended the season with a disappointing 7-15 record (1-9 in the Pac-12 Conference), but with a new coach and promising performances in the fall, this year the Ducks’ future looks brighter. The coaching change is one of the biggest differences between this year …

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Tennis twins have connection on and off the court

In the game of tennis, a connection with your doubles partner is key. For Oregon women’s tennis players Allie and Kadie Hueffner, they’ve had a connection since birth. The Hueffner twins, who graduated from Lincoln High School in Portland, have been playing tennis together since they were 7. The pair picked …

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