BaseballSports

Freshman arms lead Oregon to victory over Fresno State

Oregon baseball topped the Fresno State Bulldogs 3-2 on Monday thanks largely in part to the efforts of three freshman pitchers. With the win, the Ducks drew a 2-2 split in their season-opening series. James Acuna captured his first career win in an Oregon uniform and struck out five Bulldog …

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GolfSports

Salko paces Ducks in 11th place finish in New Orleans

Oregon wrapped up play on Monday in 11th place at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate in New Orleans. Sophomore Petra Salko lead the Ducks with a score of 4-over par (220), good enough to tie for 22nd individually among the field. As a team, Oregon shot 32-over par (896) and …

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GolfSports

Kelsey Ulep credits recent success to new outlook on life

Up until she injured her groin during a weightlifting session last spring, Oregon junior Kelsey Ulep had started in every tournament possible over the course of her Oregon career. By the time the Duck’s fall season wrapped up in November of 2015, she had played in a total of 55 …

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BaseballSports

Ducks split doubleheader with Fresno State for first win of the season

The Ducks baseball team picked up its first win of the season on Sunday after it split its doubleheader. The Ducks lost the first game, 8-3, and won the second game, 13-1. In the first game of the doubleheader, the Ducks (1-2) put the pressure on Fresno State early, loading the …

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LacrosseSports

Oregon lacrosse trounces Cal Golden Bears 18-9

The Oregon women’s lacrosse team took on the California Golden Bears on Sunday and won 18-9 in a dominant performance at Pape Field. Cal scored the first goal just one minute into the game, but the Ducks fought back and tied it one minute later with a goal from senior midfielder Bella Pyne. She …

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GolfSports

Oregon men’s golf wins Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate; two Ducks tie for first individually

For the second time in three tournaments, the Oregon Ducks took first place, this time in Palm Desert, California, at the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate. The Ducks were led again by what’s become the dynamic duo in Wyndham Clark and Norman Xiong. To finish out the tournament on Sunday, Clark eagled …

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SoftballSports

Ducks dominate Illinois, 11-0, to stay undefeated in 2017

An eight-run second inning lifted the Oregon softball team over Illinois on Sunday at the Mary Nutter Classic. The No. 9-ranked Ducks flew past Illinois, 11-0, in run-rule fashion to stay undefeated at 9-0 this season. Megan Kleist was awarded the win after she pitched five innings of scoreless ball. She …

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Men's TennisSports

Oregon’s five-game win streak snapped by Minnesota

Oregon’s five-match winning streak came to an end Sunday with a 5-2 loss to Minnesota (9-1). Oregon (8-2) grabbed the doubles point, but the Ducks lost on five of six singles courts. Felix Corwin defeated Oregon’s Simon Stevens 6-0, 6-3 on court No.2 to give Minnesota got its first point. …

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SportsWomen's Basketball

Buffs snap Oregon’s three-game win streak with 76-66 win

Oregon’s three-game winning streak came to an end on Sunday when Colorado upended the Ducks 76-66 at the Coors Event Center in Boulder. Ruthy Hebard paced the Ducks with 24 points, Sabrina Ionescu had 16 points and Mallory McGwire finished with 11 points and a team-high seven rebounds. Colorado had …

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Acrobatics & TumblingSports

Ducks defeat Quinnipiac on the road for second win of season

Oregon acrobatics and tumbling won its season-opening meet on Wednesday and followed it up with a win at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut thanks to second-half domination from Oregon. The Ducks beat the Bobcats 284.265-274.945 after trailing at halftime. The Ducks used a strong fifth and sixth event for the second win …

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BaseballSports

Oregon baseball loses to Fresno State 9-1 in season-opener

After having the team’s season opener pushed back a day, the Oregon Ducks were defeated by Fresno State on Saturday night 9-1 in Fresno, California. The team was scheduled to begin its season on Friday, but a rainstorm in the Fresno area forced the postponement of the game until Saturday. The …

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Men's TennisSports

Oregon men’s tennis defeats Middle Tennessee State for fifth straight victory

Oregon men’s tennis is on a roll. After winning three matches in as many days last week, the Ducks hit the road and defeated Middle Tennessee State 4-0 to improve to 8-1 on the season. Playing at the Baseline Tennis Center at the University of Minnesota, the Ducks took the …

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Men's BasketballSports

Ennis and Boucher shine on senior day

It was a memorable night for the seniors of Oregon men’s basketball. With 16:34 remaining in the Saturday afternoon game against Colorado, forward Chris Boucher slammed down a dunk to put the Ducks ahead by 23. As the crowd erupted in cheers for the senior on senior night, Boucher proceeded …

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Men's BasketballSports

Oregon pummels Colorado 101-73 on senior day

The math made sense. Saturday afternoon was senior day for Oregon, meaning Dylan Ennis, Chris Boucher, and of course, Charlie Noebel, were playing their last games at Matthew Knight Arena. Ennis and Boucher had never lost at home in their two year careers. Colorado had defeated the Ducks three weeks earlier to …

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Men's BasketballSports

Preview: Oregon looks for redemption as Colorado comes to Matthew Knight Arena

After a decisive 79-61 win over Utah on Thursday, the No. 7 Oregon men’s basketball team looks to take that momentum into their last home game against Colorado on Saturday. The last time the Ducks met the Buffaloes in late January, Oregon fell 74-65. It marked one of two conference losses …

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GolfSports

Preview: Sulman Raza will make season debut for Ducks at Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate

Coming off a third place finish in the Amer Ari Invitational in Hawaii, the No. 10 Oregon men’s golf team heads to Palm Desert, California to compete in the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate. The three day tournament starts Friday, Feb. 17 at 7:30 a.m. Senior Wyndham Clark and freshman Norman Xiong, …

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SportsWomen's Basketball

Ducks’ balanced attack leads to 73-61 win over Utah

For the first time this season, the Ducks have a winning record in conference play. Against Utah, the Ducks led 34-19 with 2:33 remaining in the first half but couldn’t put the game out of reach. The Ducks had to grind it out before pulling away in the fourth quarter for a …

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SoftballSports

Ducks remain undefeated with two comeback efforts in another doubleheader

The No.7 Oregon softball team (8-0) were comeback queens for their doubleheader on the first day of the Marry Nutter Collegiate Classic. The Ducks defeated No.22 Kentucky 5-4 in the first game and they defeated Kent State 4-3 in the second. Against Kentucky, Oregon headed into the top of the …

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BaseballSports

Oregon will kick off its 2017 season on Friday at Fresno State

The Oregon Ducks baseball team is set to begin its 2017 season on the road on Friday with a four-game series against the 2016 Mountain West Conference champion Fresno State Bulldogs. The Ducks start the season hoping for better results after a 29-26 2016 campaign in which the team missed the NCAA tournament …

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Quick HitsSports

Quick Hits: Basketball runs home-winning streak to 41 games, Pharaoh Brown lone Duck invited to NFL combine

— Oregon men basketball won its 41st consecutive home game Thursday night — defeating Utah 79-61. Dillon Brooks led the onslaught with a game-high 20 points, including a massive dunk in the second half that was featured on SportsCenter’s Top-10 plays, checking in at No. 2. Jordan Bell and Chris …

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SportsWomen's Basketball

‘The Scoop’ chronicles life for Oregon women’s basketball

The Ducks are on the verge of making program history — their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2005. And one day, they’ll have plenty of behind-the-scenes footage to recall all the biggest moments. Oregon video has adopted its documentary series to follow the Ducks’ 2016-17 campaign. Last year, softball was the featured team in …

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Men's BasketballSports

Oregon trounces Utah, 79-61, for 41st consecutive home win

Back on Jan. 26 when No. 7 Oregon traveled to Salt Lake City to face Utah, the Ducks needed late free throws to put away the Utes and secure the win. When the two teams met again Thursday night in Eugene, it was an entirely different story. Led by Dillon Brooks’ …

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Men's BasketballSports

Despite struggles in offensive paint, Ducks hand Utah 79-61 loss

The Ducks dazzled in their bright uniforms, but for head coach Dana Altman, a key part of the performance was dull. The Ducks won 79-61, but allowed the visiting Utes to win the rebounding battle in the paint, 17-7. Utah also held the edge in second-chance points, 19-3. Those two areas troubled …

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LacrosseSports

Oregon men’s lacrosse will head to Southern California to play defending national champions

The Oregon men’s lacrosse team will begin its regular season schedule this weekend as the Ducks head to Southern California to play San Diego State and Chapman. Both teams are ranked in the top 25 of the 2017 Under Armour MCLA Division I Preseason Coaches Poll, released on Feb. 2. San …

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SportsTrack & Field

Marcus Chambers strives for elusive NCAA title

Marcus Chambers’ 2016 season began and ended in disappointment. After failing to qualify for the NCAA Indoor Championships, Chambers managed to defend his Pac-12 title in the 400 meter dash, but dropped to fourth place at the NCAA outdoor championships. The performance was a step back from his second place …

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Acrobatics & TumblingSports

Oregon acrobatics and tumbling soars past Hawaii Pacific in opening meet

Oregon acrobatics and tumbling got off to a winning start in the 2017 season after beating Hawaii Pacific 284.98-273.18 at Matthew Knight Arena on Wednesday night. The Ducks had a strong opening event in the compulsory round but stumbled in the second and third rounds. Following a tie at halftime, …

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