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March 2014 - page 2

Pac-12 announces softball players of the week

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. – UCLA junior Stephany LaRosa and OREGON sophomore Cheridan Hawkins have been voted the Pac-12 Softball Player and Pitcher of the Week, respectively, for play from Mar. 25-30, the Conference office announced today.  Continue reading

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March 31 – Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines

Tim Chuey: Our wet Spring weather continues to continue, High Today: 53, Low Tonight: 42, High Tomorrow: 55, Precipitation: 70%. Pot conference, burglar caught, Police pursuit, a new habitat, Ducks mixed bag weekend – more wins than losses

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Who Will Be Josh Huff’s Heir Apparent on My Desktop?

If a picture is worth a thousand words, I should stop typing right now and just post a pictorial of Josh Huff’s Oregon football career.  With nary another word, it might win me a Pulitzer in the sports writing category — if there is such an honor.  Put it this way, no Oregon player from 2010 through 2013 graced my …

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Can You FORGIVE Mark Helfrich?

We, as loyal and dedicated Oregon fans, are all still going through a mental transition from Chip Kelly to Mark Helfrich, and for most of us it has been difficult and even illuminating our true nature of being an Oregon fan, learning about ourselves within this conversion.  Never has Oregon had such a charismatic and successful coach who went on to storm …

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Oregon men’s golf: Faltering late drops Ducks to fifth place at The Goodwin

With its struggles in their last two tournaments behind them, Oregon looked to have made notable strides at The Goodwin in Stanford, Calif over the weekend. However, behind an insufficient second and final round, the Oregon men’s golf team dropped two places on Sunday and fell into a tie for fifth place. The Ducks proceeded […] Continue reading

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Oregon softball: Ducks show why they lead Pac-12 after first ever sweep against Washington

For the first time in program history, the No. 2-ranked Oregon softball team (30-4, 6-0 Pac-12) completed the series sweep against No. 5-ranked Washington (21-10, 2-6 Pac-12) at home. The Ducks now sit atop of the Pac-12 standings, just ahead of UCLA (33-2, 8-1 Pac-12) as they head into the thick of conference play. The […] Continue reading

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