Stevens started at guard a year ago but has seen considerable improvement nonetheless during the spring.Read More →
Running for the first time as Ducks at Hayward Field, Edward Cheserek and Eric Jenkins stayed shoulder-to-shoulder in the men’s 5,000 meters on Saturday night.Read More →
Oregon Ducks’ multi-dimensional Oshay Dunmore hopes reunion with Erik Chinander ends in a breakout spring
Dunmore has played at outside linebacker for a year, and he says he’s comfortable now to play for a starting role with Tyson Coleman still injured.Read More →
The Ducks’ streak of run-rule shortened games ended at four but they remained flawless in the field and backed starter Cheridan Hawkins with a 7-2 win Saturday.Read More →
The total of 8,027 in the decathlon for Keys ranks third in the NCAA this season and moves him up to a tie for fourth in Oregon history.Read More →
The Ducks secured a spot in the MPSF Tournament Friday when they defeated USC, 10-8, on the road for the first time.Read More →
Top-ranked Oregon makes an adjustment at the plate against Cal’s starter, and the result is a 15-run inning and a 15-3 victory over the Golden Bears on Friday.Read More →
Oregon Ducks spring football quick hits: A closer look at battles for backup quarterback, outside linebacker and tight end
The race for outside linebacker, tight end, backup quarterback and more were discussed today.Read More →
We’re past the halfway point of Oregon spring football, so let’s take a look at the biggest storylines of the spring season thus far.
1. Weight gains. Holy moley weight gains.
Oregon is always one of the fastest teams in the nation, and always …Read More →
Keys’ pace exceeds that of the PR set at the Pac-12 Championships last season (8,001) by 80 points for a day-one high.Read More →