Welcome to the 115th Ojai!

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Boys’ 16s Singles Draws Click Here
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Boys’ CIF Singles Draws Click Here
Girls’ 18s Singles Draws Click Here
Men’s Open Singles Draws Click Here
Women’s Open Singles Draws Click Here
Pac-12 Men’s Team Bracket Click Here
Pac-12 Women’s Individual Singles Bracket Click Here
Men’s Independent College Singles Click Here
Women’s Independent College Singles Click Here
Men’s and Women’s CCCAA State Team Championships Click Here
Men’s Community College Singles Bracket Click Here
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Pac-12 Results

    • THURSDAY’S PAC-12 QUARTERFINAL RESULTS: No. 4 Cal-Berkeley defeated No. 5 University of Oregon, 4-3, in the first match
      • Highlight: It was a dramatic finish for Cal in a contest against fifth-seeded Oregon as four singles matches went to three sets with four seven-point tiebreakers. The Ducks picked up the doubles point despite a victory on court No. 1 for the Golden Bears. Cal came back to win four singles matches, including an emotional three-set match between Cal’s Gregory Bayane and Oregon’s Simon Stevens that ended with a service ace from Bayane.
    • In the day’s second quarterfinal match No. 3 UCLA downed the No. 6 University of Washington, 4-0.
      • Highlight: UCLA’s Mackenzie McDonald, Dennis Mkrtchian and Martin Redlicki each earned singles points while the Bruins’ doubles tandems of Joe DiGiulio-Karue Sell and Mkrtchian and Austin Rapp secured the match’s decisive point.

    TODAY’S QUARTERFINALS AT LIBBEY PARK: Starting at 12 noon, No. 1-seeded Stanford University takes on No. 4 Cal. At 3 p.m., No. 3 UCLA meets No. 2 USC.

      • For UCLA has a hot date with crosstown rival USC in the semifinals of the Pac-12 Conference men’s team championships for the first time since The Ojai began hosting the event in 2012. UCLA-USC has been the Pac-12 final the past three years, with USC winning in 2012 before UCLA claimed it the past two years. If UCLA’s men’s tennis team is to accomplish a three-peat of the Pac-12 Conference team title, it will have to go through defending NCAA champion USC, which has won five of the past six NCAA Division I team championships. Expect the Libbey Park stands to be standing room only for the 3 p.m. match.
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