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Ducks Offer Scholarship to Big Recruit

Orlando Brown Jr. might just be the biggest high schooler you’ve ever seen… and he’s only a sophomore. At 6’8″ and 380 lbs. Does he loom large in the Ducks future?

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The "O Heroes" program, connecting student athletes to the community, hosted the 15th Annual Quackin' Action on Sunday to the joy of Eugene/Springfield school district students.

15th Annual Quackin’ Action Provides Building Blocks for Local Youth

O Hereos hosted the 15th Annual Quackin’ Action on Sunday, bringing students athletes to local are school children.

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Oregon will look to complete the sweep of the Warriors with a victory today.

Ducks Play Is Super, Finish Regional Play 3-0

The No. 5 overall Oregon Ducks bounced back from a tough walk off win in game one to win the next two in convincing fashion. Oregon will host Kent State in a best-of-three series next weekend at PK Park.

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Fans watch the Bowerman Mile at the 2012 Prefontaine Classic, which was held at Hayward Field Saturday afternoon. (Photo by Rafael Ramirez)

Track Fans Treated to Olympic-Like Meet at Prefontaine Classic

Ducks fans were able to see a glimpse of what’s to come in the Olympic Trials, just three weeks away. The Prefontaine Classic did not disappoint, and athletes from around the world came to show their stuff.

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Kenyan 10,000 Meter Olympic Trials Highlights First Night of Pre Classic

First night of the Prefontaine Classic brought on excitement and close competition. Events included the hammer throw, long-jump and 10,000 meter run.

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Oregon's Jessica Moore held Arizona State to just three hits in the Ducks' 3-1 loss on Thursday night in Oklahoma City. The Sun Devils came into this game hitting .333 as a team in 2012. (Sean Larson/Eugene Daily News)

Ducks Fall to Sun Devils in Women’s College World Series Opener

The No. 11 Oregon Ducks fell to No. 3 Arizona State 3-1 on Thursday night, with a little bit of controversy during the game.

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The New Orleans Hornets shocked the draft, ending up as the winner of the night. The unanimous No. 1 pick, so far, is Kentucky C Anthony Davis.

With Two Picks in the Top 12, Blazers Look Towards Future

The Blazers anxiously waited to see where their two lottery picks would go. Find out where the Blazers landed, and what they might be doing with those picks.

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How Much Moore Will We See?

Oregon’s Jessica Moore is one of the most impressive pitchers in the entire country, and the leader for the Ducks’ softball team. Can the Ducks afford for Moore to not play at her best?

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