Tagged: Oregon Track

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Double National Champions AGAIN? Ducks Stun Indoor Track …

Reported live by FishDuck.com Track Correspondent, Bruce Nelson – Once again, our mighty tracksters outperformed expectations and brought home two team titles from the Indoor NCAA Championships in Birmingham, Alabama. (Oregon won the double national championships for Outdoor Track last June!)...

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Aggie Track Coach Bad-Mouths Oregon … Again

There is quite a budding rivalry forming between the “Old-Guard” of collegiate track and the “Nouveau Riche” from the Willamette Valley. Legendary coach Pat Henry has been at LSU and is now at Texas A&M and has won 10 outdoor track...

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Ducks Dominate Millrose Games

Oregon athletes, past and present, ruled the Millrose Games last weekend. Oregon alum Matt Centrowitz won his second Wanamaker Mile as he out-sprinted Nick Willis to the tape, taking the race in an excellent time of 3:51.45. Centrowitz lost the 2013...

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Track Ducks Impress in Kentucky

The Oregon Ducks continued to impress track and field fans with an impressive showing Saturday at the Rod McCravy Invitational Meet in Lexington, Kentucky. Edward Cheserek established his dominance in the distance events by comfortably winning the 3000-meter run with...

The Surprise Winner of 2013 NCAA Track Championships 1

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...

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Ducks Successful on First Day of NCAAs

The confines of Hayward Field were buzzing today as the top athletes from around the nation began the first day of competition at the NCAA Track and Field Championships, begin today with many of the shorter distance races.  That schedule...

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Oshay Dunmore, Decathlete or DB?

  Life has been a blur for Oshay Dunmore since he graduated from Newport (OR) High School, but that’s how it is when you’re a two-sport athlete at Oregon.  Last year he earned a reputation as a worker while redshirting...