Ducks Stumble Against #12 UCLA, 7-0
Release Date: 03/27/2010
UCLA swept through the three doubles matches but the Ducks put up more fight in singles play. Ric Mortera and Jose' Izquierdo both battled their way into third set tiebreakers but the Bruins prevailed in both.
It was Oregon's last home match of the 2010 season so it was senior day for the Ducks as fourth-year players Alexander Cornelissen, Marcos Verdasco and Mortera were honored between doubles and singles play.
Oregon will hit the road for matches against Northern Arizona and Arizona next weekend before heading to UC Santa Barbara, California and Stanford next weekend. Oregon closes out the season at Washington on April 17.
#12 UCLA 7, #67 Oregon 0
March 27, 2010
Eugene, Ore. - 18th Street Tennis Courts
No. 1- #111 UCLA Nick Meister def. #91 UO Alexander Cornelissen, 6-4, 7-6(4)
No. 2- #108 UCLA Amit Inbar def. UO Marcos Verdasco, 6-3, 6-2
No. 3- #50 UCLA Matt Brooklyn def. UO Ric Mortera, 3-6, 7-5, 10-4
No. 4- UCLA Holden Seguso def. UO Nico Bjerke, 6-2, 6-1
No. 5- UCLA Alex Brigham def. UO Jose' Izquierdo, 6-1, 4-6, 10-3
No. 6- USC Kallim Stewart def. UO Duncan MacDonald-Korth, 6-3, 6-2
No. 1- #62 UCLA Meister/Inbar def. #77 UO Verdasco/Cornelissen, 8-2
No. 2- UCLA Seguso/Brigham def. UO Mortera/Bjerke, 8-4
No. 3- UCLA Stweart/Brooklyn def. UO Clissold/Izquierdo, 8-6
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