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Life Cycle supports Oregon club cycling through sponsorship

Cycling can be an expensive sport, especially for someone who is just starting out. The upfront costs can creep into the thousands as the cyclist has to purchase not only a bike but also gear to keep themselves warm in the tumultuous Eugene weather. For many prospective cyclists the price …

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Club surfers experience paradise in endeavor with ocean

Surfing, in theory, is a juxtaposition. A dangerous sport that can give a rider total relaxation. Riding along waves powerful enough to engulf a human body under the water and cause serious injury is how the rider comes to feel complete bliss. “Surfing is just peaceful. Getting on a wave …

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Brotherhood of Oregon men’s club soccer team translates into league championship

As Daley Stevens, Jesse Bodony and Jake Glicker reflected on the 2012 Oregon men’s club soccer season, they were dissatisfied. They saw a team that, despite a second-place league finish, had fallen short of its goals and lacked cohesiveness. Together, the trio decided to shift the club in a completely …

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Trevor Peterson makes a smooth transition from roller hockey to ice hockey

When you ask an ice hockey player where he learned to play, the answer is rarely Nipomo, Calif. The reason? There’s no place to play. Many ice hockey hopefuls had to head to other cities like Bakersfield or Oxnard, both two hours away. But senior Trevor Peterson — now a …

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Ego faces ultimate challenge: Bouncing back

Ego, the University of Oregon’s Ultimate Frisbee team, hasn’t had the success it would have hoped for at the Open Division College Championships. In 2010, Ego was ranked as the No. 1 seed in all of college Ultimate. However, they failed to make it out of their four-team pool. Last …

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UO Snow enters 2014 with biggest team in program history

It has been an uphill climb for UO Snow, the University of Oregon’s club freestyle ski and snowboard team. With the 2014 season approaching, membership is at an all-time high despite numerous challenges. UO Snow disbanded following the 2007 season but was re-booted in 2010 by Jeff Fadness and Ty …

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Video: Oregon Hockey claims the I-5 Cup

Oregon Men’s Hockey team beat Washington in 3 out of 4 games to claim the I-5 cup for the first time since 2008.

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Club hockey hosts Washington as I-5 Cup series heads to Eugene

The Ducks club hockey team takes the ice at the Lane County Ice Center tonight looking to go up 2-1 in the four game season series against Washington.  The Ducks are 11-1-1 on the [email protected]@http://www.oregonduckshockey.com/schedule/@@ with their only regulation loss coming against the Huskies in Seattle but are undefeated in …

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Men's club water polo looks to end on a high note at Nationals

In the realm of sports, whether you are a fan or an athlete, the desire for a national title is always lingering. The same can be said for Oregon’s club water polo team this season, which earned its spot to play at Nationals as the 10th seed in Corvallis this …

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As postseason nears, top-ranked men’s club ultimate looks to make its mark

The No. 2 ranked Ducks have enjoyed sustained success so far this year, and hope to make a run at nationals.

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As postseason nears, top-ranked men's club ultimate looks to make its mark

The No. 2 ranked Ducks have enjoyed sustained success so far this year, and hope to make a run at nationals.

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Leaving no stone unturned: Freshman catcher Dylan Garza makes the most of his opportunities

Garza’s path to Eugene was an unlikely one, but now he’s making the most of his opportunities in both club baseball and football.

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Oregon hockey splits two games with Western Washington

Ducks split two game series with Western Washington to finish season.

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Playing for pride, Oregon club hockey sweeps USC, prepares for Western Washington

The Ducks swept USC this weekend, delivering on head coach Rich Salahor’s promise that the team was out to send a message after being eliminated from playoff contention the week before.

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Oregon club hockey eliminated from playoffs, but aims to send message this weekend against USC

A brutal schedule may have cost the Ducks a postseason berth, and they’re not happy about it.

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Oregon club hockey splits series with College of the Canyons, looks to I-5 Cup this weekend

Oregon will need two wins against Washington to have a chance at grabbing the I-5 Cup.

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A balancing act: Club swimmer Tyler Jessop makes the most of his college experience

Club swimming is just one of many activities sophomore Tyler Jessop has thrown himself into at the University of Oregon.

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Oregon club hockey looks to close year on high note

It has been a disappointing year for the Ducks, but they have a chance to end on a winning note this weekend against California.

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Video: Dance Team

The nationally-ranked University of Oregon Dance Team is headed towards the 2011 USA Collegiate Championships in Anaheim, Calif., with hard work and high hopes. In addition to competing nationally, the UODT also regularly performs at various athletic and community events on campus. Check out their website.

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Struggling Oregon club hockey team looks to regroup over Thanksgiving break

The Ducks are off until Dec. 2, and will look to clean things up in the meantime after an uneven start to the season.

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In club running, evidence of the true spirit of Track Town, USA

Runners like Luke Holladay,Trent Warren and Ryan Purcell might not be varsity level, but they still found themselves attracted to the track capital of the country.

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After uneven start, Oregon club hockey prepares for top-ranked Utah State

The Ducks are hovering just over .500 through eleven games, but will have a chance to prove themselves this weekend against the Aggies.

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Oregon club hockey set for latest chapter of Washington rivalry

After going 2-1 in Mid State Electric Showcase Tournament, the Ducks host Washington this weekend.

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An unlikely hobby: Brandon Lee's long, strange journey through the world of cricket

Brandon Lee never intended to play cricket in college, but a series of events four years ago spawned a passion that led him all the way to the position of team coordinator.

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Alone in the cold: Frances Bursch paves the way for University's Nordic ski club

The sophomore from Alaska has emerged as one of the leaders on a team that is entering just its second year on campus.

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Club hockey looks to gain traction after uneven start

The Ducks head into a weekend series against Washington State with a record of 2-2.

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The barometer: Kristina Lekas sets the tone for women's club soccer

Senior Kristina Lekas keeps the women’s club soccer team together both on and off the field.

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In Ross Nishio, men's club soccer finds natural leader

Talk to Ross Nishio for just a moment, on or off the field, and the leadership skills he possesses will become obvious. Just ask University club men’s soccer player-coach Gerald Buxton, who was extremely impressed by Nishio when they met for the first time in spring of 2010.

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