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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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This Week’s Duck Sports Calendar

Oregon Duck Sports Calendar — January 28 to February 2, 2015 1/28/15 Men’s Basketball – Oregon at Arizona 7 p.m. Media: TV: Pac-12 Network   Radio: Oregon IMG Network The Ducks travel to the Grand Canyon State where they will seek to…

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Banner season ends in first round of NCAA Tournament for Oregon men’s tennis

The stage was set for Oregon men’s tennis in its first round matchup with second-seeded North Carolina State early Saturday morning in Athens, Ga. Having not been in the NCAA Tournament since 2004, the group was in an unfamiliar setting, but if everything worked according to script, Oregon would continue its already historic season into […] Continue reading

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Men’s tennis continues season into NCAA Tournament

It’s the month of May and the Oregon men’s tennis team was still meeting almost every day at the Oregon Student Center; a bit of mixup from previous seasons in which the Ducks’ season is well over by now. This year has been far different though and after the team finished 17-9 and reached the […] Continue reading

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Oregon men’s tennis qualifies for NCAA Tournament for first time in ten years

The Oregon men’s tennis team will get to continue its historic season into the NCAA Tournament after hearing its name called during the NCAA Tournament selection show Tuesday. This is the first time head coach Nils Schyllander has led Oregon to this point in the season and the first time in ten years the program […] Continue reading

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Unexpected run ends after Oregon men’s tennis falls to UCLA in semifinals

In their third game against a higher-ranked opponent in three days, the Oregon men’s tennis team could not continue its unexpected run in the Pac-12 Championship, falling to No. 2 seeded UCLA in the semifinals, 4-0. The Ducks got this far by upsetting both Washington and Stanford in consecutive days, but the window closed after […] Continue reading

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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 moves on in Pac-12 Championship behind 4-2 win over Washington

With a 3-2 lead and both of the remaining singles matches headed to a decisive third set, the stage was set for the Oregon men’s tennis team in its first round contest versus Washington in the Pac-12 Championship. The team had jumped out to an early 3-0 lead after taking the doubles point and two […] Continue reading

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Oregon men’s tennis fall 4-2 to Stanford despite strong play from Daniel Sardu

On Wednesday versus Santa Clara, Jayson Amos excelled against his singles opponent and grabbed a point, however the rest of his teammates faltered. Then on Friday, the doubles pair of Robin Cambier and Kevin Farin beat the 19th ranked duo in the nation, only for the team to lose  4-0 to California. The trend continued […] Continue reading

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Amos records 20th singles victory of season in Oregon men’s tennis’ 4-2 loss to Santa Clara

Freshman Jayson Amos reached the 20-win plateau in singles, however the rest of the Oregon men’s tennis team faltered and the Oregon men’s tennis team would go on to lose to No. 63 Santa Clara on Wednesday, 4-2. A long day ensued for head coach Nils Schyllander’s team after Oregon was denied the doubles point […] Continue reading

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