With Oregon facing a 21-24 deficit in the fourth set and on the brink of playoff elimination, Ronika Stone rose to the occasion. Stone practically scored at will, rattling off three powerful kills, tying the set at 24, and giving the Ducks new hope. However, this hope for a win and a playoff…
After an upset win against Cal on Friday, the Ducks were defeated on the road at Stanford on Sunday, losing in three straight sets, 3-0 (25-18, 25-12, 28-26).
Oregon volleyball secured a crucial win in Berkeley, California on Friday night, defeating Cal in four sets. The Ducks have struggled in conference play this season, making this victory all the more meaningful. Cal entered the game 17-3, 7-3 Pac-12 and were ranked 20th in the nation.
After losing to Arizona State in five sets on Friday, the Ducks dropped another match on Sunday afternoon, this time to the Arizona Wildcats.
After going up two sets to none, the Oregon volleyball team dropped the final three sets and lost in disappointing fashion on Friday night in Tempe.
It’s safe to say there’s an interesting dynamic on the Oregon volleyball team this year.
Oregon’s conference woes continued Sunday, as it lost a heartbreaker to No. 11 Washington in five sets.
Oregon volleyball's trip to Pullman ended in defeat as they fell to No. 24 Washington State, 3-1. With the loss, Oregon has now fell to 1-4 in conference play. Willow Johnson led the Ducks with 16 kills, and Brooke Nuneviller left the match with an undisclosed injury.
Coming off a home loss to No. 3 Stanford, Oregon continued its battle through the toughest part of the schedule on Sunday afternoon, hosting a top-25 squad for the third time in three games. The 19th-ranked Cal Golden Bears marched into Matthew Knight Arena and swept the match over the Ducks…
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Oregon’s trip to the Hofstra Invitational was met with mixed results Friday as the Ducks lost a contested match to Duke and swept Hofstra.
No. 14 Oregon volleyball lost in four sets to St. John’s on Thursday evening in the first round of the Hofstra Invitational in Hempstead, N.Y.
Oregon volleyball snapped a three-game losing streak by beating Princeton 3-2 at the Dillon Gymnasium in Princeton, N.J.
The No. 10 Oregon volleyball team lost its first top-10 road match of the season to No. 6 Pittsburgh, 3-1 (26-24, 23-25, 25-20, 25-22).
Oregon volleyball continued its strong start to the 2019 season. The No. 11 Ducks swept visiting Boston College in the final game of the Oregon Classic.
No. 11 Oregon volleyball opened its season in winning fashion as they swept UC Irvine 3-0 (25-13, 25-16, 25-13).
Oregon volleyball will head into the 2019 season tied for the second highest preseason ranking in program history.
Third time’s a charm, and that was the case for Oregon women’s beach volleyball.
Oregon beach volleyball will enter as the No. 9 seed heading into the Pac-12 Tournament. The Ducks (4-9-1) are coming off a historic season and will take on the No. 8 Utah Utes (5-7) for a play-in match to face the nations best, the No. 1 UCLA Bruins.
Oregon beach volleyball ended its regular season slate down in Davis, California, going 1-1-1 over the two days of matches.
Rain, wind and water pools of grassy mud aren't exactly beach volleyball conditions.
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