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February 2015 - page 2

Pepperdine Comes Back and Wins 4-3 Over UO

The No. 43 Ducks were within one point of clinching the match, but No. 53 Pepperdine won the next four matches and stormed back to win 4-3 Continue reading

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Portland-based runners Shannon Rowbury and Ryan Hill win titles at the USATF Indoor Championships

Rowbury wins the women’s mile and Hill the men’s two mile.

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Men of Oregon Win MPSF Championship

The Oregon track and field team garnered five event wins at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships, Saturday. Continue reading

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Film Fanatic: ‘Alien’ Sequel Confirmed, ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ Sequel Dead

Film Fanatic: ‘Alien’ sequel confirmed with Neill Blomkamp directing and ‘The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo Sequel’ dead.

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Top Distance Men To Watch At NCAAs

The Duck’s track and field team has always been known for their strength in the distances, but one of the problems is that they have so many talented runners it is hard to keep straight. Of the all the distance men,…

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Oregon Split: Day One in San Diego Ends With Loss To Florida

The Oregon Ducks, ranked second in the country entered the first series of games in the San Diego Classic coming off their first loss of the season last week against seventh ranked Baylor. Mike White took his team to San Diego where even stiffer compet… Continue reading

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Ducks and Warriors Set To Play 3-Game Series starting in 2020

Here’s a quick trivia question for all you Oregon or college football fans: When was the last time Oregon and Hawaii squared off with one another? It was all the way back in 1994. Over the upcoming decade, the Ducks and…

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Firefighters Meet Cancer Survivors

EUGENE, Ore. — The annual “Firefighters Stair Climb” is just around the corner, and firefighters from Eugene and Springfield are busy training. On Sunday, February 22, they got some help from a few honorary fireighters. The stair climb, which raises money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, draws in 1,800 firefighters to Seattle to climb … Continue reading »

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The Ducks have a bad break in the women’s DMR at the MPSF Championships: Oregon track & field rundown

The latest Mo Farah story appears to be much ado about nothing.

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