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Oregon Softball vs. Oregon State Game 1

Photo by Dave Peaks/Fishduck

I was asked to shoot the first home Duck softball game.  It was actually my first softball game that I have attended.  I have to say I really enjoyed being at the game.  The girls on the team as so fun to watch.  They certainly have a swagger and they enjoy playing the game.  They […]

SportsDesk: Kelly Shows His Genius When It Comes to Team and Service When It Counts

Chip Kelly

Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach Chip Kelly acquired two running backs this week, but when it counted showed some major class in providing a game ball in a family’s moment of pain.

Photos: Oregon Baseball vs. Portland

Oregon Baseball vs. Portland-5

The next games are against St. John’s March 6, 7, and 8. Friday’s game will be a night game with Saturday and Sunday day games.

Photos: Oregon Baseball vs. New Mexico State

Oregon Baseball - NMS -1-8

The first game was a Friday night game which presents challenges for a photographer but I am starting to like night games.

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.

The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports


On the first Saturday in May at Churchill Downs, three-year-old thoroughbreds from around the world gather in Kentucky to test their breeding, training and most importantly speed in what is called “the greatest two minutes in Sports.”

Battle For The Top: March Madness 2015


For basketball fans, the Final Four Tournament is the highlight of the season. Lovers of Basketball consider the March Madness to be the most compelling, and greatest sporting event on earth.

SportsDesk: For Oregon Basketball Teams Perception May Be NIT Reality

Dominic Artis, Dana Altman

I see both teams right now as being in the NIT. The Oregon Men could get pretty far if they end up there.

SportsDesk: Oregon Ducks Future QB Plans Appear to Be Set, Helfrich Agrees to Extension


Oregon will be set at Head Coach for the next five years and Mark Helfrich agreed to a five year-extension. Oregon also found their Quarterback for 2015 in Vernon Adams who transferred from Eastern Washington.

SportsDesk: Suh to Seattle Is Possible, Not Financially Probable

Clevelan Browns v Detroit Lions

If Seattle finds a way to add Suh to the mix on Defense a Super Bowl run in 2015 would likely not just be possible but would be expected from this team. Anything short of that would likely not be accepted.

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