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From cut to captain, Patrick Sgarlata's road to Oregon hockey leadership

Third time was a charm for then-junior Patrick Sgarlata. After two years of being cut from the Oregon club hockey team, he finally earned a roster spot and the Oregon jersey on his back. Now a graduate, the jersey he wears currently is a little different than before. He sports …

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Oregon hockey sweeps Portland State over Halloween weekend

The Oregon club hockey team easily handled the first two games of the Portland State series this weekend, ending their homestand with 5-3 and 9-0 wins on Friday and Saturday, respectively. “There was definitely an improvement,” said goaltender Trevor Peterson of the second night compared to the first. “I think …

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Oregon women’s tennis excels at Bulldog Classic, finish tournament 21-8

This Halloween weekend, the Oregon women’s tennis team headed down to Fresno, California for the Bulldog Classic to participate in its last tournament of the fall. The Ducks ended the meet 20-8 overall and were 10-3 the first day and 11-5 during the second day. The typically three-day competition was …

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Chris Campbell shakes off the rust and returns to Oregon hockey

By Anne Yilmaz His body was hurting and his grades were suffering. Chris Campbell was tired, but all he needed was a little time. Chris, a junior on the Oregon hockey team, started playing hockey when he was eight, and up until last year, he has never missed a season. …

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Oregon hockey blows past Washington 7-2, sweeps I-5 Cup home games

By Anne Yilmaz For the second night in a row, Oregon club hockey faced off against the Washington Huskies for game 2 of its annual I-5 Cup series. In what usually are close games — last year’s cup was determined by a shootout after splitting the four-game series — the Ducks …

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Oregon women’s tennis: Freshmen go undeafeted in WSU Invitational, win No. 1 doubles divison

In the first team event of the fall, the Oregon women’s tennis team headed to Pullman, Washington for the Washington State University Invitational. The tournament took place from Friday, Oct. 3 to Sunday, Oct. 5. Although the team suffered a few losses during the first day of single play, Sofia …

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Club fencing’s Jared Gruen is eager to improve

All Jared Gruen planned to do was watch. He never thought he’d actually put on the uniform. Two months ago, the UO senior came to club a fencing practice to visit his long-time friend, team coordinator Holly Bishop, along with his girlfriend Kristen Shafer, who had joined the team in the …

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Sulitzer brothers play hockey together for the first and last time

Dan Sulitzer has played ice hockey for 20 years. His brother, Alex, has played for 17. Although both have played hockey since the age of 5, they’ve never played together. At least, until now. Dan and Alex wanted to change the fact that they had never been on the same …

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Trevor Peterson makes a smooth transition from roller hockey to ice hockey

When you ask an ice hockey player where he learned to play, the answer is rarely Nipomo, Calif. The reason? There’s no place to play. Many ice hockey hopefuls had to head to other cities like Bakersfield or Oxnard, both two hours away. But senior Trevor Peterson — now a …

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