Oregon acrobatics and tumbling picked up its third win of the season Thursday night, defeating No. 4 Azusa Pacific University 281.300-277.390 in the Felix Event Center.
After kicking off the 2020 season with a home win against Hawaii Pacific, Oregon demolished Arizona Christian on the road. The Ducks won by 45.885 points, which was the largest margin of victory in program history.
The second ranked Ducks passed their first test of the season against the No.6 Hawaii Pacific Sharks with a well rounded performance in all six events, winning 280.68-266.72. Oregon has now defeated the Sharks in eight straight meetings, including an eight-point win in Eugene last year.
In the final meet of the acrobatics and tumbling season, the No. 2 Oregon Ducks fell to No. 1 Baylor, 278.400-271.725 in the NCATA Championships Saturday evening at the Ferrell Center in Waco, Texas. The loss marks the Ducks’ third loss to the Bears (12-0) this season and their fourth loss i…
After missing the NCATA Championship meet last season for the first time in school history, the Oregon Ducks have earned their way back to the final meet after defeating No. 3 Azusa Pacific in Friday’s semifinal.
The No. 2 Oregon Ducks (6-2) defeated No. 7 Hawaii Pacific, 273.500-262.285, in the quarterfinals of the 2019 NCATA National Championships at the Ferrell Center in Waco, Texas.
Felecia Mulkey had enough. It was her 11th year coaching competitive cheer at Kennesaw State University, yet she was wanting more action, more intensity and more athleticism.