Oregon tennis coach Alison Silverio is the third women's coach to leave the Ducks in the past month as she was named the coach at Notre Dame on Friday.

Silverio joins softball coach Mike White (Texas) and golf coach Ria Scott (Virginia) to leave Oregon over the past month to take a coaching job elsewhere.

Silverio spent four seasons at Oregon and orchestrated a strong turnaround in that time span. Her first team in 2015 went 11-10 and her 4-6 Pac-12 record was Oregon's best in more than a decade.

Silverio led Oregon to NCAA Tournament berths in 2017 and this past season. The 2017 NCAA bid was Oregon's first in 10 years, and the Ducks were 6-4 in Pac-12 play that year for their best conference mark in 13 years.

This past season, the Ducks went 16-10 and 5-5 in Pac-12 play. Oregon opened the NCAA Tournament with a win over Tennessee, its first NCAA win in 14 years, and earned its highest ranking in school history at No. 17. Additionally, Alyssa Tobita qualified for the NCAA Singles Championships, the first Duck to do so since 2006.

"We're thrilled to welcome Alison to the Notre Dame family,” Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick said on the school's athletic department website. “Her playing career, including a national championship at Georgia Tech, speaks for itself. During her time as a coach, she has contributed to the improvement of each and every program she has touched. Alison is the perfect person to take the reins of our women's tennis program and we couldn't be more excited about the impact she will have on our student-athletes."