Three weeks after sophomore Duck Yeelena Faustino earned the NCATA Athlete of the Week, the Ducks have done it again with senior Casi Jackson. In addition, senior specialist Hannah Blair was named an honorable mention for Specialist of the Week in this week’s honors as well.
With a season-high meet score of 280.900, the No. 2 Oregon Ducks (4-1) edged out No. 4 Azusa Pacific Tuesday evening at the Felix Event Center in Azusa, California.
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One team has been waiting years to change the narrative. The other wanted to even the score after a heartbreaking loss two years ago.
When it comes to collegiate acrobatics & tumbling, there is no bigger rivalry than the Oregon Ducks and the Baylor Bears.
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In the sport of acrobatics & tumbling nothing feels better than clinching a perfect-10.
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.
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.
Earlier this week, Oregon senior Tia Thomas suffered a left foot injury during practice. The injury was so severe that Thomas will sit out this season.
Keenyn Won never had the intention of becoming a student-athlete, let alone a coach.
On Friday, the Ducks will start the 2019 season with a No. 2 NCATA preseason ranking and with a meet against a team that holds close ties to the Oregon program.
The Oregon Ducks Acrobatics & Tumbling team will be spotting a new sense of faith on its sideline this season.
Oregon acrobatics and tumbling’s season came to a bittersweet end this weekend in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Going into Sunday’s meet against the Baylor Bears, the women of Oregon acrobatics and tumbling knew that they needed to deliver a flawless performance to best their rivals on senior night. For most of the meet, it looked like they might do it.
The Ducks perform a synched toe-touch jump in the Compulsory event. Oregon Acrobatics and Tumbling falls to Baylor 824.285-286.75 in rematch for final home meet at Matthew Knight Arena on April 8, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)
Oregon acrobatics and tumbling picked up a big win on Monday night, defeating the Hawaii Pacific Sharks 284.660 to 274.225 on the road.
The ducks hold an intricate pyramid. Oregon acrobatics and tumbling falls to Quinnipac in tri-meet on Mar. 11, 2018. (Natalie Waitt-Gibson/Emerald)
After losing their first meet of the season to Baylor, Oregon acrobatics and tumbling lost to the No. 4 Quinnipiac Bobcats and beat the No.6 Gannon Golden Knights in Sunday’s tri-meet. On their home court at Matthew Knight Arena, the Ducks finished the day with 272.23 points, while the Bobca…
Oregon acrobatics and tumbling received its first loss of the season Saturday afternoon in its first meeting of the season against long time rival, the Baylor Bears.
Coming off of its season-opening win against Concordia, Oregon acrobatics and tumbling kicked off their first home meet with a victory against Hawaii Pacific. The day ended 267.595-280.100 favoring the Ducks at Matthew Knight Arena on Friday night.
Alexis Cross (13) revolves in the air. Oregon acrobatics and tumbling defeats Hawai’i Pacific on Feb. 9, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)
The last time Megan Bamford wore the coveted Green and Yellow colors, she was competing on the 2012 NCATA National Championship-winning team. She has since taken on a new role for the Oregon Ducks: assistant coach.
Oregon acrobatics and tumbling announced the hiring of former Duck Keenyn Won as the new head coach on Thursday, following the surprise firing of Chelsea Shaw after Oregon’s third national championship defeat in as many years.
Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens has opted not to renew Chelsea Shaw’s contract.
After heartbreak in the NCATA National Championship, Oregon acrobatics and tumbling can look back on the 2017 season with a feeling of success.
Fewer than four points separated Oregon and Baylor in the NCATA national championship final.
Time for a rematch.
Oregon Ducks top Alexis Cross (13) performs a backflip during a toss. The Oregon Ducks face the Azusa Pacific Cougars in the final home meet of the season at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Ore. on Saturday April 8, 2017. (Aaron Nelson/Emerald)
Oregon acrobatics and tumbling’s undefeated record came to an end when the Ducks traveled to face defending national champion Baylor on Sunday.
Oregon acrobatics and tumbling beat King University in Bristol, Tennessee, on Wednesday to keep its perfect season going.
Oregon acrobatics and tumbling kept its unbeaten run after beating Fairmont State 288.425-272.270 at Matthew Knight Arena on Friday night.
Oregon Acrobatics and Tumbling head coach Chelsea Shaw watches Oregon tops Casi Jackson (11) and Alexis Cross (13) warm up before the meet. The Oregon Ducks Acrobatics and Tumbling Team face the Fairmont State Falcons at Matthew Knight Arena on March 17th, 2017. (Phillip Quinn/Emerald)
In a rematch of last year’s national championship against Baylor, No. 2 Oregon acrobatics and tumbling upset the No. 1-ranked Bears in what could be the biggest win since Chelsea Shaw took over as head coach.
Oregon acrobatics and tumbling won its season-opening meet on Wednesday and followed it up with a win at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut thanks to second-half domination from Oregon.
The Oregon Acrobatics and Tumbling team begin their final routine of the night. The Oregon Ducks start the season facing the Hawaii Pacific University Sharks at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Ore. on February 15, 2017. (Phillip Quinn/Emerald)
Oregon acrobatics and tumbling got off to a winning start in the 2017 season after beating Hawaii Pacific 284.98-273.18 at Matthew Knight Arena on Wednesday night.
A former member of Oregon’s acrobatics and tumbling team has joined the program as a volunteer assistant coach.
Oregon acrobatics and tumbling is in familiar territory.
In its final regular season meet of the year, the Oregon acrobatics and tumbling team set a program-best overall score of 291.480-284.720 in a win over No. 5 Azusa Pacific Monday night.
Members of the Oregon Acrobatics & Tumbling team at the beginning of their competition – handing out free t-shirts to the crowd. The No. 2 Oregon Ducks face the No. 1 Baylor Bears at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Ore. on March 31, 2016. (Savannah Mendoza/Emerald)
Oregon base Reagan Trussell (19) flips in the air during the team routine. The No. 2 Oregon Ducks face the No. 5 Quinnipiac Bobcats at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Ore. on March 12, 2016. (Adam Eberhardt/Emerald)
Oregon’s acrobatics and is continuing to improve upon what has already been an impressive start to its season.
Losing isn’t a feeling that the Oregon acrobatics and tumbling team is accustomed too.