Tagged: Oregon Ducks Track & Field

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Mrs. Duck’s Lovely Week

Mike Merrell’s Three-and-Out In a football season that has certainly had its downs, the Oregon Ducks have emerged as one of the best — if not the best — teams in the conference. A national championship is out of the...

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Devon Allen is a GO for 2015 Football

Oregon Ducks wide receiver Devon Allen suffered a right knee injury returning the opening kickoff against Florida State in the NCAA’s inaugural College Football Playoff semifinal game last New Year’s Day. Many experts speculated that Allen may not play football...

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Football is King, But…

In which sport has the University of Oregon won four consecutive national championships, and is favored to win its fifth this year? If you answered Acrobatics and Tumbling, you are correct! Competing under the National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association,...

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Nation Heads to Eugene for Track & Field Championships

“So it begins” King Theoden ominously murmured as the Uruks of Isengard descended upon Rohan. This Wednesday another battle, though not so mythological, takes place at Hayward Field as the top collegiate athletes from around the country flock to Eugene...

Ducks Flock Home to Track & Field National Championships 1

Ducks Flock Home to Track & Field National Championships

Unlike other sports where entire teams either advance or go home, track & field is a race-by-race proposition.  After a sterling run of performances at the Western Prelimiminary Rounds in Austin, Texas this weekend, where the Ducks advanced 29 of their 46 competing athletes, the flock...

The Official Pre-Meet for the “Prelims” 1

The Official Pre-Meet for the “Prelims”

  The NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships begin today at 10:00 a.m. with three days of preliminary rounds segregated by East and West sites.  For the Ducks, this means competing in Austin, Texas, against the best of the West.  The competition is comprised of...