In one of the closest matches of the 2014 season so far, Oregon won the doubles point, then secured three singles positions to hold on and defeat CU.
Julyette Steur and Nuria Ormeño Ruiz secured points for the No. 60 ranked Buffaloes doing it the hard way, winning in three sets.
At the conclusion of the CU match against No. 3 UCLA on Sunday, March 16, the CU coaching staff/student-athletes will host a Campus Kids' Day Clinic.
Tennis player Julyette Steur and middle distance runner Jake Hurysz were awarded CU Athlete of the Week on Tuesday for the week of Feb. 24 - March 2.
CU claimed the doubles point, then secured five of singles slots in straight sets for the team win, their fourth victory in the last five matches.
Juniors Julyette Steur and Alex Aiello each won singles points, however the host Lobos claimed the doubles point and four of six singles slots.
CU made the second biggest jump in the country reaching No. 54 in Monday's ITA National Ranking poll.
CU junior Ashley Tiefel gave the Buffaloes women's tennis team its sixth win of the season, Sunday afternoon at the Rocky Mountain Tennis Center.
The Buffs ended their three-match losing streak to the Pioneers with a hard-fought 4-3 win at the Rocky Mountain Tennis Center on Friday.
The CU women's tennis team hosts a pair of nationally ranked opponents this weekend (Denver: No. 57) and Wichita State (No. 54).
The Buffs end their two-game losing streak by defeating the Cowgirls, 5-2.
The Colorado women's tennis team will host Wyoming this Friday at 10:30 a.m. at the Rocky Mountain Tennis Center.