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Men’s tennis duo Ty Gentry and Simon Stevens makes Oregon a doubles powerhouse

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. Gentry and Stevens come in at No. 37 in …

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Oregon men’s tennis upsets third-seeded Stanford 4-2, move onto semifinals

After trailing 2-1 to third-seeded Stanford, the Oregon men’s tennis team used a trio of singles victories from Jayson Amos, Kevin Farin, and Robin Cambier to upset the Cardinal 4-2 and move onto the semifinals in the Pac-12 Championship. The win was only the second time in program history the Ducks beat the Cardinal and […] Continue reading

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Oregon men’s tennis: Cambier beats No. 3 player in nation but Ducks lose to top-ranked USC 6-1

On a team level, Oregon men’s tennis’ Robin Cambier was playing just to prevent a 7-0 sweep against the nation’s top-ranked team, USC (19-2), Friday afternoon at the UO Student Tennis Center. But on an individual level, he was looking to win the biggest match of his college career against the nation’s third-ranked player, Ray […] Continue reading

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Oregon men’s tennis: Ducks handle Hawaii 6-1, Nils Schyllander earns 100th career victory

The No. 27 Oregon men’s tennis team (14-1) extended its winning streak to 11 matches after soundly defeating Hawaii (3-9) 6-1 on Wednesday afternoon at the UO’s Student Tennis Center. The victory was Nils Schyllander’s 100th in his eight-year career as the Oregon men’s head coach. “It tells me that we’ve brought in really good […] Continue reading

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Men’s tennis: Cambier ties all-time singles win record as Oregon rolls over UNLV 7-0

The Oregon men’s tennis team welcomed UNLV to the Student Tennis Center Sunday and swept the Rebels 7-0. The matches were closer than the score lines appear, as three games were decided by tie breakers. Senior Robin Cambier was part of two of them and left Alex Rovello’s court on Sunday afternoon tied for the most […] Continue reading

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Oregon men’s tennis beats first ranked opponent at ITA Kick-Off

After falling in its opening contest of the weekend to No. 17 Duke, the Oregon men’s tennis team rebounded on Sunday by sweeping No. 50 San Diego State 4-0 at the International Tennis Association Kick-Off. The win over the Aztecs was Oregon’s first over a ranked opponent this season and the Ducks’ players have collectively […] Continue reading

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Oregon men’s tennis remains undefeated with victory over UC Santa Barbara

In what was a highly contentious affair with multiple players from both teams getting into verbal confrontations, it was Oregon who had the final say as the Ducks defeated UC Santa Barbara 6-1 on Monday morning. With the win, Oregon extends its winning streak to three games to begin the season while UCSB, after suffering […] Continue reading

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Men’s tennis finishes fall season with success at Nordstrom Open

For the Oregon men’s tennis team, finishing strong on the last day of fall season competition was essential to leaving a positive mark on the team record and carrying momentum into the dual season in January. They did just that on the final day of the Nordstrom Open in Seattle, Wash. Sophomore Daan Maasland’s singles […]

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Oregon men’s tennis doubles teams stay perfect in Seattle

Two sets of duos from the Oregon men’s tennis team have remained undefeated in play the Nordstrom Open in Seattle, as the two teams have advanced to the semifinals. The teams have improved to 3-0 on the weekend. Sophomore Daan Maasland, in his fall debut, has continued to impress. Maasland improved to 4-0 in tournament play […]

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Men’s tennis starts off fast in Nordstrom Open

The Oregon men’s tennis team is flying high so far in the first two days of tournament play in the Nordstrom Open. The team is 9-for-10 so far in matches at the Seattle, Wash., tournament. The Ducks are represented by three singles players in the round of 16 and both Oregon doubles squads have reached […]

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