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NAIA Championship Opens For Beacons

GULF SHORES, Ala. – The 2018 NAIA Men’s Track & Field National Championships got underway on Thursday and three Beacons were in action.

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BREAKING NEWS: Bailey Dell Wins NAIA Javelin Title

Senior Bailey Dell put the final authoritative stamp on her illustrious career on Thursday, winning the NAIA National Championship in the javelin at the NAIA Track & Field National Championships.

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Lane Titans down Spokane to win their sixth straight NWAC men’s track title

By David Ball For The Register-Guard
GRESHAM — The Lane men’s track and field team scored 185 1/2 points to edge out Spokane at the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges championship meet Tuesday.
The Titans, who won their sixth straight…

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Ducks Advance to Super Regionals as Elish Blanks Drake on Five Hits

Ho-hum… another regional and another three wins for the Oregon softball team. The No. 1 seeded Ducks advanced to the Super Regional with a 3-0 win over Drake in front of a packed Jane Sanders Stadium Saturday night. Oregon makes its ninth straight appearance in a Super Regional and will face the winner of the […]

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Kleist Perfect Enough, Burke Belts Another; Ducks Drop Drake 5-0

Megan Kleist came within an out of tossing a perfect game but instead was satisfied with a one hit, 11 strike out gem in Oregon’s 5-0 win over Drake Friday afternoon at Jane Sanders Stadium. “It sucks,” Kleist confessed after Drakes’ Macy Johnson lined a single up the middle to spoil her bid for the […]

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Elish’s Shutout, Burke’s Pinch-Hit Bop Down Danes

Any coach worth quoting has at some point put aside the script and gone with a hunch. Those that don’t work out sometimes slip under the radar, but when the hunch plays out it can be a thing of beauty. And in terms of having those hunches play out, Oregon head coach Mike White is […]

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The most feared pitchers in Oregon high school baseball and softball in 2018

Who are the best pitchers in Oregon high school baseball and softball? Here are 40 names worth consideration.

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Alexander, Mayernik to Lead Men’s Basketball Program

Eddie Alexander, who had been an assistant coach with the Beacons for the past two seasons, has been asked to stay on as the Interim Head Coach for the 2018-19 season.

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Ducks Earn First Pac-12 Series Sweep Over Utah

If there was any hope of Oregon sneaking into the NCAA tournament at the last minute, a weekend sweep over a beleaguered Utah team was a must. The Ducks rose up to the challenge with three straight wins over the Utes. Now they have to keep on winning and not look back. Oregon (25-24, 11-13) […]

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A Dynasty Continues to Reign as an Era Comes to a Close

The Oregon men’s track & field team clinched the Pac-12 Conference championship Sunday afternoon at Stanford, extending their legacy as the premier program for a 12th straight year. The Ducks out-pointed Stanford 174-125 and grabbed four individual titles in extending their historic run of conference championships. The Women of Oregon saw their nine year streak […]

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