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Psychology professor’s complaint says University of Oregon violated Clery Act in assault allegation

Psychology professor Jennifer Freyd has filed a complaint with the US Department of Education, alleging that the University of Oregon violated provisions of the Jeanne Cleary Act in its handling of an alleged sexual assault that occurred in March, The Register-Guard reports. The law regulates the investigation and publication of …

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University releases timeline of response to sexual assault allegations involving Dotson, Austin, Artis

The University of Oregon administration released a timeline earlier today detailing their response to the report of an alleged sexual assault that occurred on March 9 and involved four UO students. According to the UO’s Media Relations page, the timeline pulls together information from the initial Eugene Police Department report …

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UOPD did not see EPD report on alleged sexual assault until May 5

University of Oregon Police Department Chief Carolyn McDermed and Public Information Officer Kelly McIver did not receive the 24-page Eugene Police Department report detailing allegations of sexual assault against Oregon men’s basketball players Damyean Dotson, Dominic Artis and Brandon Austin until The Register-Guard published the report on May 5. McIver …

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Here’s what happened: The sequence of events leading up to the district attorney’s dismissal of the alleged case against Dotson, Artis and Austin

Editor’s Note: A previous print version of this article incorrectly stated that Altman said that Oregon “felt (Austin’s violation at Providence College) was something of a serious nature.”   January 6, 2014 Brandon Austin transfers to Oregon from Providence College in Rhode Island midway through the basketball season. Austin had …

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Men's Basketball

Oregon men’s basketball: Ducks take on rival Oregon State in Pac-12 tournament for first time

Last season, the Oregon men’s basketball team garnered three wins in three days to win the Pac-12 tournament. This time, the Ducks will have to win four games in four days to take home the trophy. “I’m going into this tournament with the same mindset (as last year),” senior guard …

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Men's Basketball

Kim: Transfer culture has stunted player development for Oregon men’s basketball

For the first time in five years, Dana Altman’s vision to integrate transfer students isn’t quite working. Altman previously achieved more with less talent. But this season is different, not because the Oregon men’s basketball team isn’t on track to an NCAA tournament bid, but because three key players have …

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Men's Basketball

Oregon men’s basketball: Ducks pick up sixth straight win against ASU 85-78

Dana Altman’s efforts to cap 10,000 fans at Matthew Knight Arena Tuesday night may not have come into fruition, but it did attract an emotional crowd. With just one game remaining against No. 3 ranked Arizona, the Oregon men’s basketball team (21-8, 9-8 Pac-12) picked up its sixth straight conference win …

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Men's Basketball

Men’s basketball game preview: Oregon vs. Arizona State

There is almost no room for error this time when the Oregon men’s basketball team faces Arizona State at Matthew Knight Arena on Tuesday night. With only two games remaining before the start of the Pac-12 tournament, the Ducks are running out of time to play themselves into the NCAA …

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Men's Basketball

Guernsey: Dana Altman fairly disciplined Damyean Dotson

Coaches are always put in difficult positions when their players are shone in a negative light. On one hand, their paychecks and reputation depend on wins against losses. On the other, they’re seen as dignitaries who are responsible for upholding their players’ reputations as role models. And on a third, …

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Men's Basketball

GameDay: Three in the key — Oregon vs. Arizona State

The Ducks are still alive. If Oregon hopes to keep its momentum going heading into the Pac-12 tournament March 12-15, it’s going to have to beat Arizona State on Tuesday night first. After getting blown out in the first half, the Ducks used a big second-half run to get back …

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Men's Basketball

Kostecka: As Oregon men’s basketball struggles in Pac-12 play, was it all just hype?

Offense sells tickets, defense wins championships. It’s a testament as old as time and if the Ducks are going to prove they’re not just hype, it’s going to begin on the defensive side of the ball. But since the Ducks started Pac-12 play in week 10, their weak non-conference schedule …

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Men's Basketball

California beats Oregon 96-83, extends winning streak over Ducks to 12 games

With a career night from Jordan Matthews, the California men’s basketball team beat the Ducks 96-83 on Thursday night at Matthew Knight Arena. The Golden Bears (11-4, 2-0 Pac-12) also extended their winning steak to 12 games over Oregon. Offense wasn’t the problem for No. 17 Oregon (13-2, 1-2), but …

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Men's Basketball

Game preview: No. 10 Oregon vs. No. 20 Colorado

Who: No. 10 Oregon vs. No. 20 Colorado Where: Coors Event Center When: 2 p.m. PST TV: FOX Sports 1 After grabbing a last second overtime win against Utah in their Pac-12 opener, the No. 10 ranked Ducks (13-0, 1-0) are headed to face No. 20 ranked Colorado(12-2, 1-0) for their second …

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Men's Basketball

Dotson flies Oregon men’s basketball to victory over Utah in Pac-12 opener

One mistake was all it took for Oregon to capitalize. Damyean Dotson poked the ball loose with five seconds left. After Dominic Artis tipped the ball ahead to a running Dotson, Dotson finished it off with a dunk with o.6 seconds remaining to give the Ducks the 70-68 overtime victory …

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Men's Basketball

Men’s basketball game preview: Oregon vs. Utah

The Pac-12 men’s basketball season is expected to open with a bang when Oregon travels to Salt Lake City on Thursday to face Utah at 5 p.m. PT. While the Ducks are ranked No. 10 in the country and Utah is unranked, the game should be a high-scoring affair featuring …

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Men's BasketballSports

Men's basketball falls to UTEP Miners in triple overtime

Oregon was tripped up on the road against University of Texas at El Paso Wednesday night, falling in a triple-overtime contest, 91-84. It was the Ducks’ first triple-overtime game in over a decade, and it may never have gotten to that point had they shot better from the free throw …

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Men's BasketballSports

Ducks basketball looks to improve on hot start over break

Seven wins, one loss. The Oregon Ducks men’s basketball team is off to its best start since the 2007-08 team that made the NCAA Tournament. The Ducks have blown by inferior opponents in blowouts wins, with a surprisingly easy victory over what was thought to be a tougher Vanderbilt squad, …

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Men's BasketballSportsVolleyballWomen's Basketball

What you missed over the break in Oregon sports

While you were eating too much food and slipping into a tryptophan-induced coma, Oregon athletics stayed busy competing. Here’s a quick recap of how the Ducks did over Thanksgiving break. Volleyball ends year strong. Following Oregon’s stunning sweep of No. 5 UCLA, the No. 6 Ducks traveled to Corvallis. Just like …

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Ducks improve first half performance against PSU

It was a strong first half for Oregon against Portland State on Saturday night, as the mens’ hoops squad turned in a far better early performance against the Vikings than it did against Northern Arizona in Saturday’s season opener. @@http://www.goducks.com/SportSelect.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=500&KEY=&SPID=235&[email protected]@ Oregon led at intermission 51-33 against PSU, a slight improvement …

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Junior college transfer guard Devon Branch commits to Oregon

The Oregon men’s basketball team bolstered its incoming recruiting class on Wednesday when junior college transfer guard Devon Branch faxed his official letter of intent to register.

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