The fourth ranked California Bears swept the Oregon Ducks 3-0 (25-23, 25-22, 25-12) Friday night at Matthew Knight Arena, spoiling the night for a record setting crowd of 6210. The largest crowd in program history witnessed two games of top-notch volleyball before the Ducks wilted in game three.
All-American running back LaMichael James rushed for 239 yards and a touchdown to lead Oregon past California 43-15 Thursday evening at Autzen Stadium. But the victory may have come at a steep price when James suffered what appeared to be a dislocated elbow in the fourth quarter.
Oski and the Duck might sound like the title of a children’s book but that’s what is in store Thursday night at Autzen Stadium when 9th ranked Oregon hosts the California Bears.
If you’re an opposing fighter, an unruly drunk, or a strain of foot bacteria, think twice before you cross Nathan “Knuckle Sandwich” Wallner’s path.
Oregon recalls close one against Cal last season, and what it means for Thursday…
Sarah Penny paced the Oregon women to a first place team finish Saturday in the 6th annual Bill Dellinger Invitational cross country meet. Penny covered the 5,000m course at Springfield Country Club in a time of 16:96.47, leading the way to a 3-4-5-6 Oregon finish and meet best 26 points.
Some brief summaries of the Prep games on Friday
With a Saturday without Oregon football on our hands and a month into the 2011 season, the bye week is an opportune time for a quick survey around the new neighborhood. The addition of Utah and Colorado to the autumn sports calendar has brought a touch of new color to the scenery.
Roster turnover is a given in collegiate athletics and particularly so in baseball where players are eligible to be drafted by a major league team after they have completed three years of school or have reached the age of 21.
The former five-star recruit is attempting to resume his career and make it back to The League.