During a morning press conference following practice on Monday, Offensive Coordinator Scott Frost talked to FishDuck.com reporter Caleb Couturie, recapping his thoughts on the game against Stanford, specifically applauding the work ethic of the running backs. Strength, speed, versatility and...
The Oregon libero enters her sophomore season coming off a trip to China with the Pac-12 All-Star Team.
Tony Washington, Derrick Malone and Rodney Hardrick enter their second season as starters, portending a step up in production for the UO linebackers in 2014.
The next generation is poised to step up on the UO defensive line, with a trio of juniors leading the Ducks into preseason camp next week.
Oregon’s 2014 cross country schedule will feature Michigan State’s first appearance at the Bill Dellinger Invitational, as well as trips to Boston and Seattle.
The race wrapped up a historic weekend for Historic Hayward Field and USA Track and Field, as the week-long event marked the first time the World Junior Championships were contested on American soil.
Oregon incoming freshman Ariana Washington helped bring home a gold medal with her leg on the USA’s 4×100 relay which cruised to a win in 43.46.
Ariana Washington ran the second leg on the USA women’s 4×100-meter relay team which won its heat in 44.03 seconds.
Brennan finished third in her heat, the fastest of the three, and crossed the finish line in 53.81, securing a spot in Friday’s final.
Oregon has signed former SEC Co-Freshman of the Year and Gatorade National High School Player of the Year Geri Ann Glasco for the 2015 season.
The third day of the competition will begin, Thursday at 10 a.m., and the afternoon session starting at 6 p.m.
Ariana Washington won her heat of the women’s 100 in 11.67.
Jayson Amos defeated the top three seeds in the ITA Summer Circuit as he claimed the singles title.
Oregon freshmen Christian Brennan (400), Maggie Schmaedick (5,000) and Cole Walsh (pole vault) will each be competing.