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No. 36 Oregon men’s tennis drops match at No. 4 Stanford

The No. 36 Oregon men’s tennis team kicked off its final regular season weekend in the Bay Area with a 4-1 loss to No. 4 Stanford. The Ducks went into Friday having won six of their past seven matches, but were no match against the top-5 Cardinal. Although the match …

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FootballSports

For Oregon’s offense to thrive, the young wide receivers need to step up

Quarterback Justin Herbert is one of the favorites to win the Heisman trophy this season. In order to do that, he needs to make big, flashy plays. That also means he needs highlight-reel plays by wide receivers, which have been hard to find the last couple seasons. Oregon needs to …

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Oregon football implements new offense just in time for spring game

Oregon football began its final week of preparation before Saturday’s spring game with a focus on a new versatile offense. Head coach Mario Cristobal thinks the offense will run mostly out of shotgun and pistol formation, but hinted at the possibility of going under center as well. He even mentioned …

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Oregon women’s lacrosse loses to No. 19 Stanford 17-9

After a loss to Cal on Friday, the Oregon women’s lacrosse team needed to pull off an upset on Sunday against No. 18 Stanford. A win today would have helped the Ducks retake control of third place in the Pac-12 over USC. The Ducks ended their Bay Area road trip …

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Oregon men’s tennis defeats Utah behind Laurent’s clutch performance

After the Oregon men’s tennis team’s Senior Day victory over Arizona, attention immediately switched toward its last three Pac-12 matches. Essentially controlling their own destiny, the Ducks needed a win Saturday over Utah in order to achieve their postseason goals. “[The players] know what they need to do,” head coach …

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Oregon women’s tennis defeats Colorado 4-0 behind new “Prove it” mentality

No. 30 Oregon women’s tennis returned to Eugene with a plan to not only sweep the weekend, but dominate the competition in all aspects. “Our mission today was to send a message and destroy,” head coach Alison Silverio said. “Toughness is what we’ve got to be about at this point.” …

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Oregon football returns to Eugene after Portland scrimmage

Oregon football returned to Eugene for its first practice since Saturday’s scrimmage in Portland. Head coach Mario Cristobal was happy with the overall performance in the scrimmage, but was not pleased with the penalties and mental mistakes. One player that stood out was redshirt sophomore safety Brady Breeze. “Brady has …

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No. 26 Oregon women’s tennis dominated by No. 23 Stanford 6-1

The No. 26 Oregon women’s tennis team fell to No. 23 Stanford 6-1 on Sunday, marking the team’s fourth straight away loss. In a tough Bay Area road trip, the Ducks struggled for the second straight day. Stanford has been dominant at home, winning 45 of its last 48 matches …

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Oregon men’s tennis wins crucial Senior Day match over Arizona

Emotions ran high from beginning to end of Oregon’s Senior Day in the Student Tennis Center on Sunday. Through all the celebration, there was still an important match to be played as Oregon is still fighting to get to NCAAs. The No. 49 Ducks dominated Arizona 4-0 in front of a …

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Oregon women’s tennis drops third away match in a row, falls to Cal

The No. 26 Oregon women’s tennis team traveled back to California looking to shake off the rust after not having a match for the past 13 days. After a 24-hour delay due to weather, the Ducks finally took on No. 49 Cal, looking to break one streak and extend another. Oregon …

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BaseballSports

Oregon beats WSU 2-1 and 4-2 in doubleheader

Oregon baseball won both ends of Friday’s doubleheader against Washington State behind two dominant performances by starting pitchers Matt Mercer and Kenyon Yovan. Out of the three doubleheaders Oregon (18-11, 5-6) has played this year, the Ducks have won them all and four of their five conference wins have come …

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Sophomore Darrian McNeal leaves Oregon football program

Sophomore wide receiver Darrian McNeal has left the Oregon program for undisclosed reason, first reported by the Register Guard’s Steve Mims. McNeal is no longer enrolled at the University of Oregon. BREAKING: Oregon sophomore wide receiver Darrian McNeal has left the program. He was not at practice yesterday and school …

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Oregon football resumes practice with new receiver roles

After a brief break for finals and spring break, the Ducks returned to practice in preparation for the April 21 spring game. “We kind of want to pick up where we left off,” head coach Mario Cristobal said. “Again, that temperature is going to be turned up a little bit …

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Oregon baseball’s offense silenced, dropping game two against No. 3 Stanford 5-1

One night after defeating No. 3 Stanford, the Oregon Ducks returned to action looking to win its first series over the Cardinal since 2015. That mission was delayed until tomorrow with the Cardinal taking game two 5-1. Starting pitcher Matt Mercer made his seventh start of the season, going 5.2 …

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Yovan, offense shine as Oregon baseball defeats No. 3 Stanford

Oregon baseball had its best win of the season Thursday, upsetting No. 3 Stanford 10-1 behind a stellar performance by Kenyon Yovan and a display of power on offense. This is the first time the Ducks have beaten a top-5 team since 2012. This marks Oregon’s first victory over Stanford since …

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Oregon downs shorthanded Arizona State 4-0

The No. 22 Oregon women’s tennis team (12-6, 3-3) was up before the match even started, downing a shorthanded No. 35 Arizona State squad 4-0 Sunday in commanding fashion. ASU only had five healthy players, which gave the Ducks a 1-0 lead with a walkover at the six position in …

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Oregon men’s tennis defeats Drake behind strong singles play and record-tying doubles play

After ending its losing streak last week with a 5-2 win over Santa Clara, Oregon men’s tennis returned to the court Saturday to take on a familiar foe. The Drake Bulldogs and Oregon have played each of the last two seasons, splitting the matches. Drake won 4-3 in 2016 thanks …

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Oregon women’s tennis breaks three-match losing streak with 4-0 win over Arizona

After a rough weekend in Los Angeles, the No. 22 Oregon women’s tennis team unleashed its frustration on the visiting Arizona Wildcats, winning 4-0. “It felt good,” junior Daniela Nasser said. “It feels good being back home. It just feels good getting the win after a couple of tough losses …

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FootballSports

Oregon’s young backfield has big shoes to fill

For the third straight year, Oregon football will have a new running backs coach. Former Washington State coach and new Oregon coach Jim Mastro will not get the same luxury that Donte Pimpleton got last year. Mastro has to replace Oregon’s all-time rushing leader Royce Freeman and powerback Kani Benoit; …

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Oregon women’s tennis loses third straight as Ducks fall at No. 15 UCLA

Three top-125 ranked Bruins from No. 15 UCLA women’s tennis were able to pull off the 4-0 victory over their No. 20 Duck counterparts. Five Bruins are ranked in the top-125 for singles, while zero Ducks crack the list. This put pressure on Oregon to try and keep the match …

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SoftballSports

Walk-off home run gives Oregon first series win over UCLA since 2015

Two on, two out, and two strikes. That was the situation for Oregon center fielder Shannon Rhodes with the score tied at zero in the bottom of the seventh. “There comes a time where you just have to dig deep and not be afraid,” Rhodes said. “I think that’s what …

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Oregon women’s tennis drops match at USC

Oregon women’s tennis played its first away match of the Pac-12 season, losing to Southern California 4-3. The Ducks dropped their first doubles point since the Feb. 16 4-1 loss to Kansas. Oddly enough that was Oregon’s last road-loss this season. USC’s Angela Kulikov and Rianna Valdes defeated Shweta Sangwan …

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FootballSports

Oregon football has busy week as spring break approaches

Spring is a time to learn from mistakes and get better. Head coach and self-described “football doctor” Mario Cristobal is determined to meet with every player to evaluate them “from an academic standpoint, a strength and conditioning standpoint, an off-the-field standpoint and a football standpoint.” “We give them an evaluation, …

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After two hour delay, Oregon falls to Washington State in first home loss of the season

The Oregon women’s tennis match against Washington State was supposed to begin at 11 a.m., but instead of a battle between teams, a battle against Mother Nature began. Grounds crew, athletic department employees and fans grabbed leaf blowers in an attempt to dry the outdoor courts, which were damp from …

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Oregon men’s tennis drops fourth straight match, fall 4-3 to No. 13 USC

With the match tied at three between the No. 40 Oregon men’s tennis team and No. 13 USC, Oregon freshman Riki Oshima was locked in a battle with Jack Jaede. The winner of the match would bring home victory for their team and the emotion showed after every point. All …

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Oregon loses third straight in 4-1 loss to No. 4 UCLA

The No. 40 Oregon men’s tennis team dropped its Pac-12 opener Friday, losing to the No. 4 UCLA Bruins 4-1. This marks the first loss at home for the Ducks this season and the team’s third straight loss. Starting things off, the No. 21 doubles pair of Cormac Clissold and …

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Oregon women’s tennis wins fourth straight, now enters Pac-12 play

Despite close victories being the norm at the Student Tennis Center, the No. 22 Oregon women’s tennis team had no problem securing the victory today, winning 5-2 over Fresno State. This marks the fourth straight win for the Ducks heading into Pac-12 play. Oregon led early, winning the doubles point after …

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Ducks six-game winning streak ends with 4-2 loss to Cornell

The Oregon men’s tennis team continued its busy week on Saturday, losing to Cornell 4-2 in Iowa after defeating Utah State on Wednesday 4-0. The loss ended Oregon’s six-game winning streak and brought its record to 9-3 on the season. For the seventh straight match, Oregon won the doubles point. …

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Oregon dominates in top-50 matchup against Utah State

The No. 40 Oregon men’s tennis team improved to 8-2 on the season after a dominating 4-0 midweek win against No. 43 Utah State. The Ducks did not take it easy on the short week, however. They spent a lot of time in practice this week working on doubles play …

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Oregon women’s tennis is a program built through a “Duck Army”

There are two things you are guaranteed to hear when the Oregon women’s team plays. One is Shweta Sangwan yelling, “Come on,” to herself after every point, keeping the energy up for her teammates. The other is a chant often led by senior Nia Rose in between courts, where she …

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