Acrobatics & TumblingSportSports

Oregon acrobatics and tumbling loses to Baylor in first meeting of the season

Oregon acrobatics and tumbling received its first loss of the season Saturday afternoon in its first meeting of the season against long time rival, the Baylor Bears. The two teams’ first competition went down in Waco, Texas, giving Baylor home court advantage to kick off the first of two meetings …

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Acrobatics & TumblingSports

Oregon acrobatics and tumbling takes first home meet in win against Hawaii Pacific

Coming off of its season-opening win against Concordia, Oregon acrobatics and tumbling kicked off their first home meet with a victory against Hawaii Pacific. The day ended 267.595-280.100 favoring the Ducks at Matthew Knight Arena on Friday night. The Ducks won the compulsory event in rocky fashion and recorded a …

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SportsWomen's Tennis

Women’s tennis wins opening road match against Georgia State

Oregon women’s tennis defeated the Georgia State Panthers 6-1 Saturday morning in its opening match through the teams trip in Georgia. Freshman Julia Lilien, in her doubles debut, alongside Julia Eshet, took down Georgia State’s Damira Muminovic and Lara Vovk, 6-0, at the No. 2 spot. Alyssa Tobita and Shweta …

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Quick HitsSports

Quick Hits: Women’s basketball ranked No. 6, Bamford returns to acro and tumbling

To kick off its final month of regular season play, Oregon women’s basketball is preparing to face the Cal Golden Bears, as well as the Stanford Cardinal. The Ducks currently hold the No. 6 spot in the most recent AP poll shown on ESPN.com. Men’s basketball face the same matchup …

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SportSportsWomen's Tennis

Women’s tennis takes win in first road match against San Diego

Oregon women’s tennis took its first road trip to San Diego Sunday afternoon, where the team claimed its first road win of the season in a 6-1 victory over the Toreros at the Cindy Hogan Tennis Center. The Ducks won their first two doubles matches, forcing the third match to …

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SportsWomen's Tennis

Oregon beats Portland 5-2 in season-opener

In the opening match of its 2018 season, the Oregon women’s tennis team flew past the Portland Pilots in Eugene, as Oregon beat the Pilots 5-2. Amid the first match nerves, the Ducks doubles pairs took care of business with two victories, sweeping the Pilots, and leaving the third doubles …

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FootballSports

Mullens ‘disappointed’ with Taggart’s exit as the search for Oregon’s next head coach begins

For the second time in as many years, Oregon is searching for a new head football coach. In the wake of Willie Taggart’s departure for Florida State, which became official on Tuesday, Oregon Athletic Director Rob Mullens held a press conference to discuss Taggart’s exit and where Oregon’s football program …

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Arts & CultureMusic

Emerald Recommends: Songs for the Civil War

Whether watching at Autzen Stadium or at home rooting for the Ducks with family, Ducks fans sure know how to rock game day. Find songs to listen to as the Ducks play the Oregon State University Beavers in the 121st Civil War below. ‘Fuck You’ — CeeLo Green No song …

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Men's BasketballSports

Pk80 Preview: Oregon faces DePaul in consolation bracket of PK80

PORTLAND, Ore. — Ahead of PK80, Oregon head coach Dana Altman looked at the tournament as a chance to boost his team’s strength of schedule. If Oregon won its first-round game, it probably would’ve faced No. 4 Michigan State with the possibility of a rematch with No. 9 North Carolina …

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What can Brown do for you: How Troy Brown became Oregon’s next big thing

Several years ago, Troy Brown Jr. and his family were driving home from a preseason basketball tournament at midnight, and Brown Jr. was fuming. His team had just lost a tournament championship game in the closing seconds, and even though he had spent his entire day hooping, he was too …

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GolfSports

Women’s golf ends fall season with 10th-place finish in Pac-12 Preview

Oregon women’s golf wrapped up its Fall season with a 10th-place finish at the Pac-12 Preview at Nanea Golf Club in Kailua Kona, Hawaii Tuesday afternoon. The Ducks finished at 28-over par (612) after two rounds, but the third and final round on Tuesday was canceled due to rain and …

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SportSportsWomen's Soccer

Ducks lose 3-0 on the road against No. 16 Cal Golden Bears

Oregon soccer suffered its second consecutive loss in its match Sunday morning against No. 16-ranked Cal in Berkeley, California. The Ducks are now 7-9. For Cal, the victory marks its fifth shutout in a row. Back and forth play throughout the first half concluded at halftime, when the sides remained …

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Quick Hits: Football still without solution to offensive obstacles post-Herbert, soccer gets first Pac-12 win

— Oregon football lost to No. 23 Stanford this Saturday 49-7. Amid the Ducks’ unanticipated offensive redevelopment, the team continues to search for a solution after Justin Herbert’s injury. Oregon faces the fact that Braxton Burmeister may not be the Ducks saving grace under center just yet. — After losing its first five …

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SportsWomen's Soccer

Ducks lose Pac-12 battle 2-1 to Washington State

Oregon soccer picked up yet another Pac-12 loss Thursday afternoon against Washington State. This marks their fourth consecutive loss in conference play this season extending their total season record to 6-6-0. Washington State came into tonight’s match having just defeated No. 24 Utah 3-0. Both Megan O’Neill and Morgan Weaver …

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Arts & CultureOutdoorScene Guide

Lewis: Lessons for a future Oregonian from a former Californian

As you prepare for your first year away from home, you must be wondering what Oregon is really like. You have visited campus, participated in IntroDUCKtion and bought your first Duck shirt, but maybe you’re still curious what to expect. Many have walked in your shoes before, and the Emerald …

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Arts & CultureMultimediaVideoVideo Games

Welcome to the MultiVRse: Virtual reality gaming in Eugene

VR gaming is finally here with MultiVRse, Eugene’s first virtual reality arcade. A passion project of Andy McClure and Mike Gray that launched Halloween 2016, the duo has several computers and VR systems set up for people to try. Anyone, whether they be age six, 60, or wheel chair bound, …

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FootballSports

Oregon’s offensive line has evolved through experience to protect Justin Herbert

The Ducks entered the 2016 season with questions on the offensive line. The unit had two returning starters and planned to start three redshirt freshmen. Junior tackle Tyrell Crosby injured his foot and was lost for the season, tossing in another redshirt freshman into a starting role. Crosby’s injury meant Oregon had to …

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SportsTrack & Field

Women’s team makes a comeback, finishes second in NCAA Championships

The Oregon women’s track and field team made the comeback of a lifetime Saturday at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. But according to head coach Robert Johnson, it wasn’t performance that propelled the Ducks to their second place finish, it was mentality. “Nine times out of 10, what …

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SportsTrack & Field

Men’s Track and Field lose NCAA title to Florida, Allen and Cheserek take sole titles

Florida tore the men’s NCAA Outdoor Track and Field title from the hands of the Ducks Friday, by stealing a page from the UO playbook. “They did what we usually do here at this meet and had a phenomenal last day,” head coach Robert Johnson said. The Gators won the …

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Men's BasketballSports

Elgin Cook ties season-high of 26 points against Washington on senior night

For the only player in school history to make three straight NCAA tournaments, Elgin Cook was quick and to the point in his farewell to fans. No different from his usual post game podium talk, Cook thanked the fans, embraced his teammates and kept his words to a minimum. Can’t …

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Men's BasketballSports

Kim: With the postseason coming soon, Tyler Dorsey could prove to be Oregon’s ‘X-Factor’

Tyler Dorsey’s goals have been clear from the beginning: Help Oregon win the Pac-12 and make a deep run in March. It’s what he said in early January when I sat down with him and it’s what he’s saying now with just three games remaining in the regular season. As Oregon’s highest touted …

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Men's BasketballSports

Oregon enters final stretch seeking first Pac-12 regular season title since 2002

The end is nearing for the No. 13 ranked Oregon men’s basketball team (21-6, 10-4 Pac-12). The Ducks are currently tied with Arizona for first in the conference and have four games remaining on their regular season schedule. If it comes down to it, Oregon would hold the tiebreaker against Arizona, having won their …

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Quick HitsSports

Oregon men’s basketball bounces back with Civil War win, baseball sweeps San Diego State

– The No. 16 ranked Oregon men’s basketball team (21-6, 10-4 Pac-12) put its recent two-game skid behind them and comfortably beat in-state rival Oregon State 91-81 in front of a sold out Matthew Knight Arena Crowd. It was the first sell out of the season. – Snapping out of …

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Men's BasketballSports

Tyler Dorsey ties career-high in points in Civil War as Oregon gets back on track

In a highly anticipated Civil War matchup, the No. 16 ranked Oregon men’s basketball team (21-6, 10-4 Pac-12) put its recent two-game skid to bed and got back to playing its up-tempo, transition-flourishing, defense-driven game. Flipping the script on its conference opener, Oregon cruised to a 91-81 win over Pac-12 rival Oregon …

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Men's BasketballSports

Oregon looks to bounce back from consecutive losses against Oregon State Saturday

For the first time this season, No. 16 ranked Oregon men’s basketball (20-6, 9-4 Pac-12) dropped two straight games. The losses came at the hands of California (83-63) and Stanford (76-72). “We were all pretty disappointed,” head coach Dana Altman said. “Hopefully we’ll be ready to go Saturday.” After looking …

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Men's BasketballSports

Oregon drops second straight on the road in 76-72 loss to Stanford

The No. 11 ranked Oregon men’s basketball team (20-6, 9-4 Pac-12) dropped its second straight game on the road to Stanford (12-11, 5-7) 76-72. On Thursday, Oregon lost to California 83-63. With the loss, Oregon is now just 0.5 games ahead of Arizona for the top spot in the Pac-12 standings. Leading the …

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