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    Ducks Shine on Days 1 and 2 of NCAA Track and Field Championships

    Day 1 of the 2014 NCAA Div. I Track and Field Championships at historic Hayward Field was highlighted by spectacular performances from multiple Duck athletes. Oregon’s Laura Roesler excited the home crowd while winning her preliminary heat and running the fastest overall women’s 800 meter dash …

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    Position Change Makes Johnathan Loyd One Rare Duck

    If there are any Duck fans out there still skeptical or on the fence about Johnathan Loyd’s place in Oregon Duck athletic history, Dana Altman’s first recruit just gave you another reason to get on board. Already the winningest player in the long history of …

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    Oregon Conference Update: Pivotal Month on the Track, and in the Fields

    Oregon’s spring sports are moving at a tremendous pace as we head into the final month of regular season games on the diamond and a speedy stretch of 11 events for Outdoor track and field. It is still an early season for Oregon’s track and …

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    The Duckling Profile: Devon Allen is Oregon’s newest dual-sport threat

    Kevin Cline Every elite quarterback covets a great wide receiver (not to say that Oregon’s starting receivers aren’t good enough, because we all saw how well they played last Saturday), cue fresh-off-the-boat true freshman Devon Allen. The 6-foot-0, 187 pound wide receiver from Brophy Prep …

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  • Oregon’s next track phenom?

    Mary Cain is the best female runner in American high school history, and she hasn’t even started her senior year.  Cain, who attends Bronxville (NY) High School, has been coached by former Duck (and former U.S. record-holder in the marathon) Alberto Salazar since 2012.  At …

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  • The Surprise Winner of 2013 NCAA Track Championships

    As the the final runner crossed the finish line on the last day of the NCAA Track & Field Championships Saturday, the Ducks – particularly the women’s squad – left behind a potentially historic season incomplete.  It wasn’t what many had hoped for, but still shows what a great program Oregon has.  …

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  • Ducks Take Home A Slew of Victories at NCAAs

    On the last day of the NCAA National Championship meet at historic Hayward Field, Duck athletes had to work hard to earn their hardware.   However, the Oregon men’s track & field team still walked away with a fourth place finish, while the women earned …

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