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Photos: Oregon volleyball — Oregon Ducks sweep Northern Colorado Bears, move on to second round of NCAA tournement
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The heated Oregon-Washington rivalry intesified this weekend with Oregon Ducks’ volleyball dealing the Washington Huskies their first loss of the season. The game got off in dramatic fashion, with both the Ducks and the Huskies quickly putting points on the board. The Huskies took the early lead in the first set, but the Ducks chipped away and ultimately won it 26 – 24 off a spike from junior middle blocker Ariana Williams. In the second set both teams repeatedly put points on the board, but Washington came out on top. Returning from half-time, Williams and redshirt senior outside hitter Alaina Bergsma carried the team to a 3 – 1 victory.
Oregon Ducks volleyball started Pac-12 play off with a 3 – 0 victory over the Oregon State Beavers in what was the 97th Civil War matchup between the two. The Ducks attacked the Beavers with balanced scoring across the board, with four players recording double-digit kills. Meanwhile junior setter Lauren …
The third day of 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials saw 21 athletes added to the roster of the United States Olympic Track & Field team. The Emerald’s photo team, including myself, were speckled all throughout Hayward Field covering the seven finals that took place today. During a brief period following the men’s 100 meter dash, I spent twenty minutes shooting an 81-picture panorama from the stands.