No dusting off the cobwebs here.
Emerald Media Group · Emerald Basketball: Previewing Oregon Women's BasketballEditor’s Note: With school online due to COVID-19 and social distancing measures being implemented across the country, things will sound a bit different here at the Emerald Podcast Network as we navigate recording …
After two and a half years of watching from the sidelines, Oregon redshirt sophomore Sedona Prince will finally have her chance to impact the game the way she wants to.
While head coach Kelly Graves has led Oregon to a Final Four appearance, three straight Pac-12 regular-season titles and a plethora of team accolades, he and his staff have also recruited what is arguably the best recruiting class in the nation for 2020.
As head coach Kelly Graves and his team awoke on March 12, everything the players had worked so hard for, all of what the sold-out Matthew Knight crowds had cheered for, had been stripped away.
In early January the Chavez family flew up to Oregon from their hometown in Surprise, Arizona, to see their daughter, Taylor, play at Matthew Knight Arena.
A collective sigh of disappointment echoed across the country as both the men’s and women’s 2020 March Madness tournaments were abruptly canceled due to COVID-19. But on Sept. 16, the NCAA announced that men’s college basketball would return Nov. 25, reigniting excitement in players and fans…
Oregon women’s basketball head coach Kelly Graves is steering away from the negatives and focusing on adjusting to the new normal this season.
Former Oregon women’s basketball star Sabrina Ionescu officially began her WNBA journey on Saturday with the New York Liberty.