by Rob Moseley
Editor, GoDucks.com

They won't all be this good, but Oregon's athletic teams just wrapped up a phenomenal weekend of action across the board.

Start with the men's golf team, which won the Wyoming Cowboy Desert Intercollegiate tournament Sunday with a collective team score 27 strokes under par. Sophomore Sulman Raza finished as the runner-up individually, the best finish of his young career.

Oregon's women also finished runner-up on the links, with the Ducks posting a school record score of 16 strokes under par at the Westbrook Spring Invitational on Sunday and Monday. Individually, Cassy Isagawa and Cathleen Santoso tied for second at the event, with Santoso firing a UO record round of 63 on Sunday.

There was also some history made on the tennis courts this weekend, with senior Robin Cambier winning his 84th career singles match to tie the UO record during Oregon's sweep of UNLV on Sunday. He'll try to break the record Friday against Washington at home.

The women's tennis team also enjoyed a successful weekend, ending a four-match losing streak with a 6-1 win over Akron on Saturday.

Both the baseball and softball teams enjoyed unblemished records, with the baseball team completing a sweep of Loyola Marymount on the road Sunday, and the softball team completing a 5-0 run at the Mary Nutter Classic with a win over UC Davis on Sunday, its 14th in a row.

And finally, on the basketball court, the UO women still struggle to add to their win total, despite the best efforts of sophomore Jillian Alleyne, who tied Bev Smith's school record with her 24th double-double of the season in a loss at WSU on Sunday. And in case you missed it, the UO men also won Sunday, beating the Cougars in Eugene.