The Oregon softball team has signed Nebraska transfer and Keizer, Ore., native Hailey Decker, head coach Mike White announced on Thursday.
After an outstanding 2014 season, the Oregon softball coaches were named the NFCA Pacific Region Coaching Staff of the Year for the second straight season.
Oregon softball reached unprecedented heights in 2014, and the Ducks want to raise the bar even higher next spring.
The Oregon softball program received a $10 million gift from Robert Sanders, UO athletic director Rob Mullens announced Saturday. The gift will lead a push towards construction of a new softball stadium. “I’m thrilled to announce a leading gift to Oregon softball that will pave the way to a new era for our highly successful […]
Oregon couldn’t muster enough offense in a 2-0 loss to Alabama on Sunday, ending a season in which the Ducks won a school-record 56 games.
The Oregon softball team survived an elimination game against Oklahoma in the Women’s College World Series on Saturday, and now must beat Alabama twice Sunday.
Cheridan Hawkins tossed a one-hitter to outduel national player of the year Lacey Waldrup as Oregon beat Florida St., 3-0, at the Women’s College Worlds Series.
Courtney Ceo, Cheridan Hawkins and Janie Takeda were named All-Americans by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association, the group announced Wednesday.
Having paved the way to the Women’s College World Series with their success this season, Oregon made the actual journey to Oklahoma City on Tuesday.
A year after being upset at home by Nebraska in the NCAA Super Regionals, Oregon hosts Minnesota this weekend with a chance to return to the WCWS on the line.
Oregon pitcher Cheridan Hawkins was named a third team Capital One Academic All-American, the College Sports Information Directors of America announced.
The No. 1 seeded Oregon softball team will play host to No. 16 seed Minnesota in a NCAA Super Regional this weekend at Howe Field, starting Saturday night.
Oregon beat Wisconsin 6-0 on Sunday to advance to Super Regionals next weekend, with the Ducks’ signature balance of fun off the field and dominance on it.
The No. 1 overall seed Oregon softball team broke a 1-1 tie with a five-run sixth inning and defeated Wisconsin, 6-1, in the Ducks’ second game of the NCAA Eugene regional on Saturday afternoon in front of a sellout crowd of 1,656 at Howe Field.