The Oregon men's basketball team dominated the Arizona State Sun Devils 79-51 with help from unusual sources. Freshman forward Francis Okoro and senior guard Ehab Amin carried the Ducks to a confusing win in an even weirder Pac-12 season.
The Oregon women’s basketball team rebounded from a tough loss against UCLA at home to win against USC on senior night. The Ducks, which now rank No. 6 in the AP Poll, saw Ruthy Hebard return to action after injuring her knee against OSU, and did not play against the Bruins. Oh, and Sabrina …
With another busy weekend ahead for Oregon athletics, get caught up on sports going on during the weekday:
It’s been a busy week of Oregon athletics with each winter sport and all but one spring sport (Beach Volleyball, which begins on March 2) playing this past weekend.
With the winter sports in full swing, the spring sports getting fired up and Oregon football getting back into the news, here's what you might have missed and what's ahead:
The weekend was packed with a variety of Oregon sports, so here's how you can catch up on some of what you might've missed:
No. 4 women’s basketball swept No. 14 Utah and Colorado at home this weekend, defending the first-place Pac-12 spot against the second-ranked Utes 87-65 and dominating the Buffalos in the program's widest conference win at 102-43.
Oregon tennis was in full swing with both the men's and women's teams competing over the weekend. The men's team defeated Minnesota, who advanced to the Sweet 16 last season, 4-1, and lost to the Stanford Cardinal 4-0. On the women's side, the team went 0-2 on the road, falling 4-0 to Denver…
The Oregon men’s basketball team left Matthew Knight Area with a a bad taste in their mouths, after a 61-56 loss to Washington last night.
No. 5 Oregon Women's Basketball beat No. 19 Arizona State despite a furious comeback by the Sun Devils.
In just the second week of the term, both winter and spring sports are making moves at the University of Oregon.