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Quick Hits: Volleyball bounces back after loss to No. 2 Stanford, football adds 2018 four-star QB to class

— Oregon volleyball lost to No. 2 Stanford Cardinal in a sweep of three sets, but brought in the second largest attendance in program history, with 5,872 people on Friday night. Back in Matthew Knight Arena on Sunday, the Ducks redeemed themselves and ended their two-match losing streak with a …

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No. 16 Oregon Ducks fall to No. 2 Stanford Cardinal in sweep

The No. 16 Oregon Ducks (9-4, 2-3) fell short to defending national champions and No. 2-ranked Stanford Cardinal (12-2, 5-0) in three straight sets on Friday, Oct. 7 at Matthew Knight Arena. Undefeated in Pac-12 play, the Cardinal took the match win with a sweep made up of set scores …

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Ducks open ITA All-American Championships with disappointment

Oregon’s Akihiro Tanaka and Thomas Laurent fell short in Monday’s qualifying matches of the ITA All-American Championship in Tulsa, Okla. Tanaka started the tournament for the Ducks in singles play against North Carolina’s Bo Boyden. Tanaka took the first set win but failed to maintain his lead, giving Boyden the …

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Ducks hope to use international experience to build on last year’s success

For many Oregon athletes, summer break means trading in their Eugene lives for three months back home. The long summer days are filled with everything from working jobs, summer school, camps, catching up on Netflix binges and even possibly studying abroad. Oregon men’s tennis senior Simon Stevens was one such …

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No. 12 Ducks top No.15 Utah 3-2

The No. 12 Ducks (9-2) fought hard to regained Pac-12 confidence as they began their road doubleheader with a 3-2  win over No. 15 Utah (11-3) Friday night in Salt Lake City, Utah. Oregon easily took the first two matches against the Utes 25-13 and 25-16, respectively. Utah rallied and …

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Players to watch: Jalen Jelks needs to put pressure on Cal quarterback

Justin Herbert / Quarterback / Oregon Justin Herbert’s second career start was against Cal last year, where he tied the school’s single game record for most touchdown passes. Fast forward to this year, and Herbert is one of Oregon’s candidates for the Heisman. With six minutes and 41 seconds to …

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No. 8 Oregon volleyball sweeps Oregon State to start Pac-12 play

No. 8 Oregon (8-1) opened Pac-12 play in similar fashion of their previous five match victories — clutching the match win in straight sets and adding to their win-streak. Oregon took its Civil War rival, the Oregon State Beavers (10-3), with set scores of 25-14, 25-23 and 25-19 Tuesday night …

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Ducks finish Nike Classic with sweep of Duquesne

Oregon volleyball concluded its 2017 nonconference slate with a trio of three-set wins in three days at the Nike Classic tournament in Eugene, Ore. Senior Taylor Agost was named MVP of the tournament with 3.11 kills per set and an average 0.619 hitting percentage. Sophomores Willow Johnson and Ronika Stone …

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Oregon Volleyball sweeps Cal Poly in Nike Classic opener

No. 14 Oregon won the opening match of the Nike Classic on Thursday night against the Cal Poly Mustangs with three straight set wins of 25-22, 25-20, and 25-20 at Mathew Knight Arena. The win marked the fourth home-win for the Ducks (5-1) this season. “They had a really hard …

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Oregon equipment operations adds to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

Hurricane Harvey—a category four hurricane—hit the Gulf Coast of Texas on August 25th. Over the course of four days, Hurricane Harvey brought 40 inches of rain and winds of 130 miles per hour. Over 32,000 people were forced to evacuate their homes and seek shelter. In response to the storm, …

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