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Photos: Oregon Ducks sweep the Kentucky Wildcats 6-5



Pitcher Maggie Balint (25) winds up to pitch the ball. The Ducks are headed to the next round after beating the Kentucky Wildcats 6-5. (Benjamin Green/Emerald)

Danica Mercado (2) celebrates with assistant coach Chelsea Spencer. The Ducks are headed to the next round after beating the Kentucky Wildcats 6-5. (Benjamin Green/Emerald)

First baseman Mia Camuso (7) extending out to make the catch. Ducks are headed to the next round after meeting the Kentucky Wildcats 6-5. (Benjamin Green/Emerald)

The Oregon bench celebrates after Mia Camuso’s 2 run RBI in the 7th inning. The Ducks are headed to the next round after beating the Kentucky Wildcats 6-5. (Benjamin Green/Emerald)

Alexis Mack (10) runs to first base, trying to beat the throw. The Ducks are headed to the next round after beating the Kentucky Wildcats 6-5. (Benjamin Green/Emerald)

University of Kentucky assistant coach Kristine Himes speaks to an official after they made a call she disagreed with. The Ducks are headed to the next round after beating the Kentucky Wildcats 6-5. (Benjamin Green/Emerald)

First baseman Mia Camuso (7) reacts after a Kentucky player is struck out. The Ducks are headed to the next round after beating the Kentucky Wildcats 6-5. (Benjamin Green/Emerald)

Moments after the final out is called the team swarms the pitchers mound to celebrate their 6-5 victory and series sweep over the Kansas Wildcats. (Benjamin Green/Emerald)

First baseman Mia Camuso (7) being hoisted by her teammates during a post-game interview. Ducks are headed to the next round after meeting the Kentucky Wildcats 6-5. (Benjamin Green/Emerald)

Coach Mike White of Ducks Softball receiving a victory shower from team managers Jack Wauson and Anthony Aresco. Ducks are headed to the next round after meeting the Kentucky Wildcats 6-5. (Benjamin Green/Emerald)

The Oregon Softball team poses after their win. The Ducks are headed to the next round after beating the Kentucky Wildcats 6-5. (Benjamin Green/Emerald)

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Benjamin Green

Benjamin Green

Benjamin Green is a Senior at the University of Oregon majoring in History and Journalism. As a third generation photographer, Ben has been taking pictures since he could hold a camera at the age of 4 and his passion for the art of storytelling persists to this day.