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February 2015

Softball: Ducks Battle No. 1 Florida Gators

Softball fans were treated to a game between the top two teams in the nation, but the tilt didn’t go the way the Ducks wanted when they faced the No. 1 Florida Gators Friday in the San Diego Classic. The…

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Dozens Compete in Pinball Tournament

EUGENE, Ore. — Pinball professionals playing for points at a Eugene arcade. Organizers at Blairally Arcade are expecting around 30 to 50 pinball players to square off. The tournament is open to anyone, so professionals are playing right alongside amateurs.  Organizers say the event draws people from all over Oregon and beyond. “I would say … Continue reading »

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Eugene Hearing & Speech Center Closes

EUGENE, Ore. — An unexpected closure is catching the Eugene community off guard. The Eugene Hearing and Speech Center shut its doors Friday and laid off more than a dozen employees. Executive Director John Baumann says the center’s had some financial trouble for quite a while, but just in the last few weeks found out … Continue reading »

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Peterson Earns First ‘W’ As Ducks Make It Two Straight At No. 22 UCSB

Freshman David Peterson earned his first collegiate win thanks in part to seven RBIs by Brandon Cuddy in an 11-3 win Saturday at UCSB. Continue reading

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SportsDesk: Oregon Men Building Tournament Momentum, Women Look For Strong Finish

Oregon finishes the season on the road and has already crossed one hurdle in beating Cal, a task that had not happened for the Ducks in the last eleven games.

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Jeramy Elkaim and Mitch Modin lead Oregon to the MPSF men’s indoor track championship

Elkaim’s winning time in the 3,000 is No. 5 on the school’s all-time indoor list.

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Oregon’s Home Opener Spoiled by San Diego State

A second half surge by San Diego State saw the Oregon women’s lacrosse team fall on Saturday in its home opener 8-7 in overtime. Continue reading

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