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FRIDAY COLLEGE SPORTS ROUNDUP/Oregon teams bow out in women's lacrosse, acrobatics and tumbling; UP men's tennis loses to San Diego

COLLEGE MEN'S TENNIS

UCLA 4, Oregon 0

• The fourth-seeded Ducks came up short against the top-seeded Bruins in the Pac-12 semifinals at Ojai, California.

Second-ranked UCLA is 25-2 and will meet USC on Saturday for the conference title.

No. 35 Oregon fell to 17-9.

San Diego 4, Portland 2

• The No. 41 Toreros bounced the Pilots in the WCC semifinals at Claremont, California, in a close match in which UP took the doubles point and got a three-set win at No. 3 singles from Pierre Garcia.

For USD, conference Freshman of the Year August Holgrem (No. 75 in the nation) defeated WCC Player of the Year Michael Pervolarakis (No. 56), 6-3, 3-6, 7-5, at the top singles spot.

Pervolarakis will wait to hear if he is invited to the NCAA singles championships in May.

Portland finished the year with a 12-9 record. San Diego is 15-7.

COLLEGE WOMEN'S LACROSSE

Colorado 16, Oregon 6

• The top-seeded Buffaloes out-shot the Ducks, 45-28, en route to the Pac-12 semifinals victory at Boulder, Colorado.

The Buffs' strict defense led to them piling up a 13-6 lead before three late Oregon goals.

The Ducks fell to 9-9. Colorado, ranked 15th in the nation, is 13-4.

COLLEGE ACROBATICS AND TUMBLING

Baylor 281.410, Oregon 277.725

• Fourth-ranked Oregon's postseason run ended in the semifinals at NCATA championships, at Erie, Pennsylvania, where the No. 1-ranked and three-time defending national champion Bears (11-0) prevailed.

Baylor will go up against No. 3-ranked Quinnipiac on Saturday for the title.

COLLEGE MEN'S GOLF

• Nick Huff of Concordia has earned an at-large berth in the NCAA Division II West/South Central region championship, May 7-9 at Amarillo, Texas.

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