No. 17 Oregon softball (10-4) continued its 2019 season with a doubleheader in the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic on Saturday against Texas A&M and Texas Tech.
Oregon was down by five with 11 seconds left in the game when Sabrina Ionescu fouled out.
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Tied at 9-9 with 20 minutes left in the second half, Oregon lacrosse’s freshman Jamie Level found freshman Carlie Leach off an up-field pass behind a Jacksonville turnover. Leach, alone on the right-side of the goal, scored her third goal on the night and a final lead for Oregon.
With two minutes left in the first half, the momentum began to shift ever so slightly. A 7-0 run by the UCLA Bruins (17-10, 10-5 Pac-12) provided a small spark against the No. 2 Oregon Ducks, which found presence in the paint without star power forward Ruthy Hebard.
In his first start in almost a year, redshirt junior Cole Stringer’s stellar pitching performance put him on track to earn his first win since April 30 of 2017.
The Oregon men’s tennis team came into Des Moines, Iowa, ranked No. 15 in the nation by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. After dropping the doubles point in the last outing, Oregon not only won the point against No. 46 Drake, it won all but one of the singles points to improve to 10-1…
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On Thursday, Oregon sophomore Addie Lacewell was named the NCATA Athlete of the week because of her strong performance in helping lead No. 2 Oregon over No. 3 Quinnipiac on Sunday, 268.605-264.775.
With a chance to move to fifth place in the Pac-12, Oregon men’s basketball (15-11, 6-7 Pac-12) was unable to get the job done against USC (15-12, 8-6 Pac-12), Thursday night in Los Angeles. Oregon now moves down to eight place in the Pac-12 following their 66-49 loss.
The Oregon softball team won the first game of its doubleheader on Thursday, beating New Mexico State 3-1 before falling to Bethune-Cookman, 5-3.
The No. 2 Oregon women’s basketball team (24-2, 13-1) is adjusting to playing without last year’s national power forward of the year, Ruthy Hebard, who was injured in Oregon’s loss at No. 12 Oregon State on Monday — the Ducks’ first loss of Pac-12, snapping a 17-game win streak.
In their second tournament of the spring season, the Oregon men's golf team finished in fifth place, out of 16 teams, at The Prestige Presented by Charles Schwab in La Quinta, California at the PGA West Greg Norman Course. Oregon ended 17 over with redshirt senior Ryan Gronlund leading the t…
No. 39 Oregon women's golf opened its spring season with a fourth-place finish in the Rebel Beach Invitational in Las Vegas.
It’s been a busy week of Oregon athletics with each winter sport and all but one spring sport (Beach Volleyball, which begins on March 2) playing this past weekend.
Taylor Chavez is the only active freshman on the Ducks.
CORVALLIS, Ore. — The No. 2 Oregon Ducks fell in a dramatic 67-62 upset to their state rivals, the No. 12 Oregon State Beavers, in Monday’s Civil War conclusion. While Oregon’s star forward Ruthy Hebard spent the majority of the game benched with an injury, both teams played in a game that w…
CORVALLIS, Ore. — Losing a game stings. Losing a highly-contested, close and heated rivalry game stings more. Losing a star player in the process stings the most.
After defeating then ranked No. 9 Oregon State on Friday, the Oregon women’s basketball team is in new territory.
In four months, Oregon senior Oti Gildon will graduate from the University of Oregon. She will be wearing a green robe with a matching cap, along with a yellow sash that will read “Student Athlete” on one side and “Basketball” on the other.
After a season-opening win, Oregon had early hopes of starting 2-0 against No. 8 Texas Tech, beginning game two with an eight-run first inning. Following a poor debut as a starting pitcher for Ryne Nelson and the bullpen surrendering five runs, the Ducks fell to Texas Tech 12-11.
After the Oregon men’s tennis team dropped the doubles point against Loyola Marymount University, head coach Nils Schyllander was displeased with the team’s performance.
The Oregon women’s lacrosse team was unable to register a win over the weekend in Las Vegas.
The No. 2 Oregon Ducks (2-0) defeated the No. 3 Quinnipiac Bobcats, 268.605 to 264.775, Sunday afternoon at the People’s United Center in Hamden, Connecticut for Oregon’s first road trip of the season.
Ten games after opening Pac-12 play with a 77-72 defeat to Oregon State at home, the Oregon men’s basketball team struggled in part two of the Civil War in Corvallis Saturday night, committing 18 turnovers in a 72-57 loss which gave the Beavers their first season sweep since 2010.
Oregon State was almost a minute into a 6-0 scoring run when head coach Wayne Tinkle turned to the crowd behind him and raised his arms three times, urging them to get loud.
No. 8 Texas Tech stole a game off of the Oregon Ducks after the Red Raiders came back from an 8-0 deficit to win the game 12-11, tying the series at 1-1.
Breaking the mile’s four-minute barrier has been done plenty of times, yet it still holds special significance for any runner who achieves the feat.
The No.19 Oregon Ducks split their final day at the St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational in Clearwater, Florida.
After an energized performance just a day ago against Montana, Oregon got off to a sluggish start in doubles vs. San Diego.
After Sabrina Ionescu hit a pull up jumper to give Oregon a nine-point lead with less than a minute remaining, she yelled and pumped her first as she ran back on defense. The gesture signified how significant a win this was not only for her, but for program as well.
With three minutes left in the first half, junior Ruthy Hebard hustled to grab a loose ball before dishing it to junior Sabrina Ionescu on the 3-point line. Ionescu drained the shot, spurring a late-quarter 10-0 surge to head into half up four points at 39-35.
In its season opener, the Oregon Ducks baseball team upset the No. 8 Texas Tech Red Raiders 9-4 in Lubbock, Texas.
After a close 3-4 loss at the hands of Illinois the Ducks returned home, dispatching Montana 4-1.
No. 19 Oregon softball’s opening day of the St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational contained two performances on opposite ends of the spectrum.
With the winter sports in full swing, the spring sports getting fired up and Oregon football getting back into the news, here's what you might have missed and what's ahead:
No. 3 Oregon women’s basketball hosts No. 9 Oregon State for the top-10 Civil War series-opener in front of a sold-out Matthew Knight Arena Friday night at 6 p.m. before traveling to Corvallis Monday night to face the Beavers again.
Penn State grad transfer wide receiver Juwan Johnson has committed to Oregon, announcing his decision on Twitter on Thursday.
According to a press release sent out by the University of Oregon Thursday morning, Oregon defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Jim Leavitt has agreed to mutually part ways with the program.
After hitting three home runs and a team-high 10 RBIs in her weekend debut, Oregon third baseman, Rachel Cid, earned the first Pac-12 freshman of the week honors of 2019.
After consecutive 27-point performances on the road against the California Golden Bears and the No. 11 Stanford Cardinal, Oregon women’s basketball junior point guard Sabrina Ionescu has been named the Pac-12 player of the week for the eighth time in her career and second time this season.
Track meets used to terrify Hannah Waller. “Scared shook,” she called it. She couldn’t focus, and she got so nervous she wasn’t able to give everything she had against the best competition in the nation.
The weekend was packed with a variety of Oregon sports, so here's how you can catch up on some of what you might've missed: