FishDuck.com Recognizes Oregon Accomplishments

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With the end of 2014, FishDuck.com would like to congratulate the teams and the women and men that have given the University of Oregon yet another successful year.

Teams

Baseball M – Coach George Horton
NCAA Regionals

Basketball M – Coach Dana Altman
NCAA Tournament – Round of 32

Basketball W – Coach Paul Westhead/Coach Kelly Graves

Cross Country – M and W – Coach Robert Johnson
Women – Pac-12 Champions

Football – Coach Mark Helfich
Pac-12 Champions
Final Four – National College Playoff

Softball – Coach Mike White
Pac-12 Champions
National College World Series Final Four

Track and Field – M and W – Coach Robert Johnson
Indoor – NCAA Champions Men
Indoor – NCAA Champions Women
Outdoor – NCAA Champions Men

Volleyball W – Coach Jim Moore
NCAA Playoffs – Sweet Sixteen

 

Individuals

Devon Allen – Track and Field
All-American – Outdoor
NCAA Champion – 110 m Hurdles
National Champion – 110 m Hurdles

Jillian Alleyne – Basketball W
All-American
Lead nation in rebound and double-doubles

Frida Berge – Track and Field
All-American – Outdoor

Mike Berry – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor and Outdoor

Martine Bettendorf – Volleyball
All-American

Laura Bodek – Track and Field
All-American – Outdoor

Christian Brennan – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor and Outdoor
NCAA Champion – W 4X400 Relay

Liz Brenner – Track and Field/Volleyball
All-American – Volleyball
Finalist – Sullivan Award awarded to college female athlete of the year

Johnathan Cabral – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor

Courtney Ceo – Softball
All-American
Led nation in batting average

Marcus Chambers – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor

Shaun Chase – Baseball
Preseason All-American

Edward Cheserek

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Edward Cheserek

Edward Cheserek – Track and Field and Cross-Country
All-American – Track and Field – Indoor and Outdoor
All-American – Cross Country
NCAA Champion – Cross Country
NCAA Champion – M 10,000 – Indoor
NCAA Champion – M 3000, 5000 – Outdoor
Finalist – Bowerman Award, given to best amateur track athlete

Lauren Crockett – Track and Field
All-American – Outdoor

Sam Crouser – Track and Field
All-American – Outdoor
NCAA Champion – Javelin

Arthur Delaney – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor and Outdoor

Trevor Dunbar – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor and Outdoor

Ifo Epkre-Olomu – Football
All-American

Jake Fisher – Football
All-American

Mac Fleet – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor and Outdoor
NCAA Champion – 1500 m – Outdoor

Phillis Francis – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor and Outdoor
NCAA Champion – W Indoor 400 m
NCAA Champion – W Indoor 4X400 Relay

Royce Freeman – Football
Pac-12 Freshman of the Year

Jack Gopin – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor

Molly Grabill – Track and Field

Cheridan Hawkins guns down a runner.

Gary Breedlove

Cheridan Hawkins guns down a runner.

All-American – Indoor

Hroniss Grasu – Football
All-American

Boru Guyata – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor and Outdoor

Cheridan Hawkins – Softball
Pac-12 Pitcher of the Year
Finalist for Honda Award for best NCAA softball player

Kaylan Howard – Softball
All-American

Cole Irvin – Baseball
Preseason All-American

Eric Jenkins – Track and Field
All-American – Outdoor

Britt Johnson – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor

Dakotah Keys – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor and Outdoor

Annie LeBlanc – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor and Outdoor

Johnathan Loyd – Basketball M
Most wins of any basketball player in school history

Brittany Mann – Track and Field
All-American – Outdoor

Marcus Mariota – Football
All-American
Heisman Trophy
Maxwell Award
Walter Camp Award
Davey O’Brien Award
Associated Press College Football Player of the Year
Johnny Unitus Golden Arm Award

Mitch Modin – Track and Field
All-American – Outdoor

Jessica Moore – Softball
All-American

Samantha Murphy – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor

Chizobo Okadogbe – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor and Outdoor
NCAA Champion – W Indoor 4X400 Relay

Megan Patrignelli – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor and Outdoor

Sarah Penney – Track and Field
All-American – Outdoor

Turgay Pepsit – Track and Field
All-American – Outdoor

Alexa Peterson – Softball
All-American

Sam Prakel – Track and Field
All-American – Outdoor

Jenna Prandini – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor and Outdoor

Laura Roesler – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor and Outdoor
NCAA Champion – W Indoor 800 m
NCAA Champion – W 4X400 Relay
NCAA Champion – W Outdoor 800 m
Bowerman Award – Best amateur female athlete

Greg Skipper – Track and Field
All-American – Outdoor

Parker Stinson – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor and Outdoor

Chancey Summers – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor

Janie Takeda – Softball
All-American

Jasmine Todd – Track and Field
All-American – Indoor

Jillian Weir – Track and Field
All-American – Outdoor

The list of accomplishments is long. Let’s all give our thanks and a big cheer to the heroines and heroes of the University Oregon Ducks.

Top Photo by Craig Breedlove

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Michael Bigham

Michael Bigham

Raised in the Central Oregon mill town of Prineville beneath deep blue skies and rim rock, I attended the University of Oregon and during my collegiate summers, I worked in a lumber mill and also fought range fires on the Oregon High Desert for the Bureau of Land Management. After graduating from college at the University of Oregon, I swung from being budding hippy to cop work. I’m still wondering about how that came about. I was a police officer with the Port of Portland and after leaving police work, I obtained an MFA degree in Creative Writing from Vermont College. I live in Portland, Oregon with my wife, my daughter and a spunky bichon frise named Pumpkin. I’ve had short stories publishing in two Main Street Press anthologies. Harkness is my first novel.

  • Rusty

    Love those Ducks!