SEATTLE — The Oregon men's tennis team swept the singles and doubles championship titles Monday at the ITA Northwest Regional tournament.

Emmanuel Coste won the singles crown with a 6-3, 6-1 victory over Stanford’s William Genesen in the final. Joshua Charlton and Thomas Laurent captured the doubles title with a 6-2, 6-7 (6), 1-0 (8) win over Jack Davis and Piers Foley of Washington.

“To win both the singles and doubles ITA Regional titles is a huge accomplishment,” coach Nils Schyllander said in a statement. “The whole team fought its guts out this entire week and really bonded off the court. We keep this up and it could be a very Ducky year."

Coste is the program’s first regional singles champion since 2004 (Sven Swinnen). The Ducks have also now won back-to-back doubles titles at the ITA regional tournament; Laurent won with Cormac Clissold last year.