WBB: No Late-Game Heroics This Time as Ducks Fall to California

The Ducks fell behind early and never recovered, dropping the first leg of their final home stand 55-49 to the visiting California Golden Bears. Oregon was dominated on the boards, as Cal grabbed a 40-26 advantage while Kristine Anigwe got 10 of her own to go with 16 points to lead all scorers. The Duck offense never got going, with Sabrina Ionescu and Ruthy Hebard leading the way with 11 points apiece.

Game Story (by Alex Castle)

Interviews

Head Coach Kelly Graves

Jacinta Vandenberg and Ruthy Hebard

Oregon Men’s Tennis defeats BYU 7-0

The Oregon Men’s Tennis Team defeated the Brigham Young Cougars 7-0 on Friday night. It started with the doubles as the pairings of Jayson Amos/Armando Soemarno and Simon Stevens/Akihiro Tanaka each won their respective matches 6-1, clinching them the doubles point to go up 1-0. From then on, they were in full control as they won all six singles matches, the most competitive of those matches being #1 Thomas Laurent defeating Keaton Cullimore 6-0, 5-7, 6-2. The Ducks next match is on Sunday at home against Drake University at 1 pm.

Game Story (by Naveed Habibelahian)

 

Post-Match Interviews

Head Coach Nils Schyllander

Thomas Laurent

-Naveed Habibelahian