GameDayMen's Tennis

Q&A: Former men's tennis star Robin Cambier talks life after UO

University of Oregon alum Robin Cambier, who finished his tennis career at UO as the program’s all-time winningest player, made his mark at UO as a student-athlete. The Brussels, Belgium native posted a career record of 90-43 (.677) in singles and a career doubles record of 93-31 (.750) during his time …

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GameDayMen's Tennis

Q&A: Former men’s tennis star Robin Cambier talks life after UO

University of Oregon alum Robin Cambier, who finished his tennis career at UO as the program’s all-time winningest player, made his mark at UO as a student-athlete. The Brussels, Belgium native posted a career record of 90-43 (.677) in singles and a career doubles record of 93-31 (.750) during his time …

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Club SportsGameDay

Oregon hockey falls to San Diego State in both games over the weekend

In its last home series before winter break, Oregon club hockey fell twice this weekend to San Diego State. “We knew they (SDSU) were pretty good…we knew they would get a lot of shots,” said goalie Danny Cockriel. “We played them pretty tough on Friday and I thought we could …

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GameDayQuick HitsUncategorized

Emerald Quick Hits: Joseph Young added to preseason Top 50 list, women’s tennis sign top recruit

- Today, Oregon men’s basketball’s Joseph Young was added to the preseason Top 50 list for the John R. Wooden Award. The senior had  had 32 points, eight assists and five rebounds in the Ducks’ first game. – Oregon women’s tennis coach Alison Silverio announced the signing of another five-star recruit …

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Women's Basketball

Oregon women’s basketball: Ducks win 100-77 against Utah State in season-opener

In the first regular season game, Oregon women’s basketball came out on top, beating Utah State 100-77 today at Matthew Knight Arena. Fans first got a look at Graves’ new squad on Sunday, when the team beat Westmont 81-44 in an exhibition match. “When we executed tonight and doing things …

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GameDayWomen's Soccer

Oregon soccer’s Kelsey Foo and Lilly Archer find a creative escape

For Kelsey Foo and Lilly Archer life is often eat, sleep and breathe soccer. From practice to weightlifting and games, both Foo and Archer sometimes find time to sneak away from the turf to pursue another passion: art. “I have always been artsy. Being able to be creative in my …

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Club SportsGameDay

Women’s club rugby confident that teamwork will create a successful upcoming season

Last season, women’s rugby ended with a tough loss in playoffs. But for the women of the squad known as the “Dirty Ducks,” it is simply in the past. “It’s a new year, we don’t care about last season,” said forward’s captain Paris Heart. Although the squad is focused on …

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GameDayWomen's Soccer

Oregon soccer’s defense believes their unity to be the key to success this season

If you were to ask the defensive crew of Oregon’s soccer team to describe themselves, they would use one word: Ruthless. “We say ruthless because you got to be, as a defender you got to love to kick people,” senior Reilley Moore said. “You have to want to run through …

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Lacrosse

Oregon lacrosse: UConn edges out Ducks in home opener 10-8

Although Oregon lacrosse came out strong in the first half, the Ducks could not come up with a win in their home opener, as they fell to the Connecticut Huskies 10-8 today at Papé Field. Oregon came out with the energy and extra step in the first half. The Ducks …

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Men's Basketball

GameDay: Oregon men’s basketball roundtable on the 2013-14 season

Emerald sports reporters Ryan Kostecka, Madison Guernsey and Hayden Kim discuss the 2013-14 Oregon men’s basketball season and the Ducks’ upcoming games against Arizona and in the Pac-12 Tournament. 1) Was this season a success, a disappointment or somewhere in between? Why? Kostecka — Disappointment mixed with success. Coming into …

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