In their second game of the 2019 season, the No. 1 Oregon Ducks defeated the Utah State Aggies 109-52 at Matthew Knight Arena. Coming off a 89-47 victory in Monday’s season opener against Northeastern, the Ducks had more to prove.
Taylor Chavez watched her team in defeat from the sidelines during last year’s Final Four loss. Due to injury, she was forced to observe her team’s highest highs and lowest lows during its historic NCAA Tournament run without lacing up and stepping onto the court.
The No. 1 Ducks started off their season with a bang, beating Northeastern 89-47 in the first regular season game of the year.
With the shot clock winding down from five seconds, Oregon’s Sabrina Ionescu had the ball in her hands as she dribbled across the logo. Without any notion of panic written on her face, she ever so smoothly took her usual one-two hop into her shot and calmly drained a deep three as the buzzer…
Oregon women’s basketball needed to stay mad.
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With 39 seconds left in the fourth quarter of Oregon’s first Final Four appearance in program history, Baylor guard Chloe Jackson blew past Maite Cazorla and scored an uncontested layup. The Ducks failed to score on the next two possessions, and the Bears advanced to the National Championshi…
Last season, over 7,000 fans on average attended Oregon women’s basketball games at Matthew Knight Arena each night. This year, Oregon is bound to double that number. The fans are a testament to the team’s success over the past few years.
The 2018-19 season represented a period of historical achievement for Oregon women’s basketball. The Ducks logged a 33-5 overall record, going 16-2 in conference play. Pushed by the momentum of a successful regular season, the Ducks made a deep run in March, reaching the Final Four, where th…
For the first time in program history, the Oregon women’s basketball team will open a season ranked No. 1 in the AP Top 25 poll.
Oregon women’s basketball star Sabrina Ionescu was nominated a third time for the Nancy Lieberman Award as the nation’s top point guard, announced by the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame and the Women’s Basketball Coach Association.
For the second time in as many seasons, Oregon women’s basketball forward Nyara Sabally will miss the entire season with a torn right ACL.
Oregon women’s basketball’s Sabrina Ionescu won the John R. Wooden Award, for the most outstanding college basketball player, on Friday night.
When Maite Cazorla saw her name flash across the screen, she was in her home with her teammates Oti Gildon, Nyara Sabally and Ruthy Hebard. The Atlanta Dream had just drafted her in the 2019 WNBA Draft.
For the first time since returning to Eugene after losing to eventual champion Baylor in the Final Four, head coach Kelly Graves and junior guard Sabrina Ionescu spoke to the media.
TAMPA, Fla. — Pack the bags. Roll up the carpet. The party is over.
TAMPA, Fla. — Maite Cazorla and Oti Gildon took a chance when they committed to Oregon.
This post has been updated to correctly state that Sabrina Ionescu will return for her senior season with Oregon women's basketball after citing a report by High Post Hoops that she had declared for the WNBA Draft.
TAMPA, Fla. — After Oregon’s heartbreaking loss in Friday’s national semifinal, there were just two players uncontrollably sobbing in the team’s locker room.
TAMPA, Fla. – Two fouls in the first quarter, another two in the second half.
TAMPA, Fla. — Ruthy Hebard couldn’t catch a break.
TAMPA, Fla. — There might not be another one like her.
TAMPA, Fla. — When junior Sabrina Ionescu realized the game was over, she hid her face in her jersey, pulling it up to cover the tears that were surely begging to fall. After a missed Oregon 3-pointer, Erin Boley had just fouled Baylor’s Kalani Brown with three seconds left. Both teams heade…
The Oregon women’s basketball team (33-5) fell 72-67 to the No. 1 overall seed Baylor Bears (36-1) Friday night in the Ducks’ first ever Final Four.
TAMPA, Fla. – On Thursday night in Amalie Arena, when the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association was announcing the winner of the Wade Trophy for the most outstanding women’s basketball player, Oregon’s triple-double star Sabrina Ionescu was turned talking to Connecticut’s Napheesa Collier i…
TAMPA, Fla. — It’s been a whirlwind couple days for the Oregon women’s basketball team.