It’s been a whirlwind of a season for Oregon’s club hockey team.
Before September, Sabrina Wassmer had never pet a horse. Her only interaction with horses had been watching them pull carriages in her hometown of St. Petersburg, Florida.
The mat room, hidden in the back hallways of the University of Oregon Student Recreation Center, smells of sweat and dirty socks.
It’s 2 p.m. on a recent Friday and Spencer de Urioste and Charles Diemer drive onto Riverfront Field in a black Jeep at the banks of the Willamette River. De Urioste grabs a Bluetooth speaker from the car and plays Luke Bryan’s hit song “Huntin’ Fishin’ & Lovin’ Every Day” — country mus…
Jack Rising crossed the finish line at the the Eugene Holiday Half Marathon last month in one hour and 16 minutes, not only setting a new personal best for himself, but also a new world record.
Approximately 1,500 students participate in the 41 club sports at the University of Oregon each year, but funding issues this year mean many may not be able to attend their end-of-year national competitions.In early February, Club Sports requested $50,000 from ASUO’s surplus fund to subsidiz…
Approximately 1,500 students participate in the 41 club sports at the University of Oregon each year, but funding issues this year mean many may not be able to attend their end-of-year national competitions.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, the Oregon club rowing team is one of the most storied programs on campus. However, raising the necessary funds to maintain equipment and send athletes to different races across the country can present challenges.
The Oregon men’s hockey team has endured an unusual season this year.
Of the 40 or so club sports teams at the University of Oregon, you’d think that basketball would be one of the more established programs.
University of Oregon club hockey players Sam and Noah Rosenberg didn’t learn to read the way most kids do. Instead of scanning over kid’s books with easy to understand syntax, the two taught themselves written word the only way they knew how: through hockey.
Whether potential new members have flown down snowy mountain terrain or have yet to try on a pair of snow pants, the UO Snow club skiing and snowboarding team welcomes students of all abilities.
Human physiology major Max Davis knows the question by heart now.
Michael Marcott was only able to play one season on the Oregon club lacrosse team, but even without athletic eligibility, his time as a Duck is not over quite yet.
In the early fall, four days a week from 8-10 p.m., the men’s club water polo team practices at Amazon Pool.
The Oregon men’s club lacrosse team returns a lot of veteran players this year, but there is one significant change: A familiar face is moving up in the ranks to lead the Ducks as head coach for the 2016-2017 season.
If you saw Justin Gallegos on the street, you’d think he looks just like any other loyal Ducks fan.
Still in search of their first win of the season, the Oregon Ducks hockey team (0-4) fell to the USC Trojans by a score 7-4 on Saturday night in Eugene.
In late night hockey, the USC Trojans (7-2-1, 1-2) defeated the Oregon Ducks (0-3) in a thrilling 4-3 game in Eugene.
Falling short of a goal in a sport is always tough, but what’s tougher is coming back the next year better and stronger because of it.
On Friday, during the first game of Pac-8 play and the first game of the I-5 Cup, the Ducks club hockey team dropped an aggressive, hard-hitting game against Washington by a score of 6-3.
Justin Guldager knew from a young age that he wanted to go into the field of athletic training.
Lake Lanier sits in the opposite corner of the country with the small town of Gainesville, Georgia resting on its shores. The 38,000 acre historic lake served as the proving grounds for the best in the world 20 years ago, when Gainesville hosted rowing in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Now, in …
The Oregon Fugue ultimate team has become a national powerhouse. After winning the D-1 National College Women’s Championship title last year — its third title since 2010 — Fugue looks to continue this victorious pattern at nationals this year in Raleigh, North Carolina this Friday through Monday.
The University of Oregon rowing club is coming off a strong finish at the Pac-12 Championships, in which the men’s varsity 4 took bronze and men’s novice 8 finished second in the club division and fifth overall.
Jesse Shofner’s highlight video is titled “Good As Hell.” The senior captain of the Oregon women’s ultimate team is a straightforward leader, so the title of the video seems fitting.