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Jayson Amos
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 167
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Mission Viejo, Calif.
High School: El Toro HS
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2014-15: Finished the spring season with a team-best 23-10 record, compiling the most wins on the team for the second-straight year … the record is tied for the sixth-best singles season mark in school history, just short of his 24-5 record that he recorded last year (second-best all-time) … compiled a 15-7 singles mark in duals, including tying for a team-best 4-2 record in Pac-12 play … played primarily on courts three (4-4) and four (9-2) … in singles, he put together three-match winning streaks on two occasions and a five-match winning streak in the heart of Pac-12 play … wrapped up the dual season 13-9 in doubles, 14-11 on the season … began the spring season by winning 6-of-7 doubles matches … won in straight sets in 13-of-15 singles matches during the dual season … excelled in the spring season in doubles with partners Kevin Farin (7-4) and Cormac Clissold (4-1). Fall: Compiled the most singles wins on the team over the course of the fall season in going 8-3, also finished 1-2 in doubles … kicked off the year by reaching the fourth round at the ITA All-American Championships with a 3-1 record to lead the Ducks … made it to the round of 32 at the ITA Northwest Regional and narrowly lost to one of Stanford’s top players in three sets … went 3-1 in singles play at his next tournament, the Larry Easley Memorial Classic, and also went 1-1 in doubles with Daniel Sardu.

2013-14: Closed the season with a team-best 24-5 record … his 24 wins ranked second-most in program history and the most ever by a freshman … posted a team-best 20-3 record in spring singles with a 7-0 mark in the No. 5 spot and a 13-3 record in the No. 6 spot … posted an 11-match winning streak … posted a 4-2 mark in Pac-12 singles play … earned straight set decisions in 18-of-20 spring singles wins … tallied an 18-4 overall doubles record … went 16-12 in doubles with Daniel Sardu, recording a 16-11 record in No. 3 doubles … went 5-6 in Pac-12 doubles matches … had the second-most combined singles and doubles wins (40) on the team … starter in every match ... went 6-0 in singles and doubles matches against rivals Washington, leading the Ducks to a pair of wins over the Huskies. Fall: Competed in two events, the UC Davis Aggie Invitational and the USTA/ITA Northwest Regionals, posting a 4-2 record in singles and a 2-3 mark in doubles ... reached the semifinals following three wins in Flight B singles of the Aggie Invite ... earned an opening-round singles main draw win at ITA Regionals ... reached the consolation finals with teammate Joey Swaysland in Flight A doubles at the Aggie Invite.

Before Oregon: A five-star recruit by tennisrecruiting.net … won the 2013 South Coast League championship ... ranked 52nd nationally in the class of 2013 and 16th in the Southwest Region … went 32-8 against four-star or lower recruits in amateur events … advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2013 USTA Regional Tournament in Irvine, Calif. ... won the title at the 2012 Seaview League Championship ... named to the 2013 All-County boys tennis first team ... as a senior, posted a combined 55-2 overall record with only one regular season loss.

Personal: Son of Jay and Karen Amos, both of whom played tennis collegiately ... born in Fountain Valley, Calif. ... mother, Karen, was high school tennis coach at El Toro.

 SINGLES   Record    1     2     3     4     5     6    Tour 
2014 24-5 -- -- -- -- 7-0 13-3 4-2
2015  23-10  --  1-0 4-4 9-2 1-1  -- 8-3
Totals 47-15  -- 
 1-0 
 4-4 
 9-2 
 8-1   13-3
 12-5 
 DOUBLES   Record    1     2     3    Tour 
2014 18-14 -- -- 16-11 2-3
2015 14-11 7-4 2-3  4-2 1-2
Totals 32-25  7-4 
 2-3 
 20-13 
  3-5