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Oregon baseball’s pitching struggles in 9-3 loss to UNLV

After a stellar showing from the Oregon Ducks’ pitching staff in the season opener against LMU, the team was unable to replicate that success in an 9-3 defeat at the hands of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Rebels in the second round of the Marucci Classic on Saturday. Ducks …

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Oregon women’s tennis splits weekend in Kansas

Oregon women’s tennis earned a split weekend in Lawrence, Kansas, dropping Friday’s match against Kansas 4-1 and winning Saturday’s match against William and Mary 7-0, the first 7-0 sweep in 31 matches for the Ducks. The newly ranked No. 24 Ducks returned to action after defeating No. 23 Northwestern last …

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Turnovers mar Oregon’s thrilling double-overtime win

Oregon women’s basketball had the first possession of the game on Friday night. Sabrina Ionescu carried it up court and turned it over. USC went the other way to score a basket. Then, Satou Sabally had possession but gave it up. Once again, USC went down the court to score. …

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Oregon softball run-rules Rutgers and Texas during doubleheader in Mexico

With back-to-back run-rule victories and two innings with five answered runs, Oregon made sure senior Lauren Lindvall’s birthday was a good one. In the second day of the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge, the Ducks (9-0) outscored Rutgers, 10-0, and the Texas Longhorns, 8-0, in Friday’s doubleheader. Starting with its afternoon …

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Oregon lacrosse starts 2018 season with dominant 15-5 win over UC Davis

If Friday is any indication, it was just the start of what looks to be an exciting season for Oregon lacrosse. Four goals apiece from Shannon Williams and Jill Zubillaga — along with a myriad of contributions from the rest of the team — led Oregon (1-0) to a commanding …

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Oregon baseball wins season opener, Jakob Goldfarb records five RBIs

It was a big welcome back for Jakob Goldfarb to open the 2018 baseball season for the Oregon Ducks. His 3-run home run in the sixth inning broke the game open and the Ducks defeated the Loyola Marymount Lions, 6-1, to open the Marucci Classic in Las Vegas, Nevada, on …

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[Updated] Eugene Police arrest UO student on extortion charges following threatening note at The Hub

Update Feb. 16 at 7 p.m.: Browning is a sophomore at the University of Oregon studying mathematics and computer science.  Eugene Police arrested 21-year-old Dylan Ray Browning Thursday evening on charges of extortion after he allegedly placed a threatening note on the windshield of a resident of The Hub. According …

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President Schill moves forward with recommending 2.84 in-state tuition increase, may cut back tuition for Clark Honors College

University of Oregon President Michael Schill sent a campus-wide email on Friday describing his hope to reduce the cost of the honors college, add a $20-per-credit fee to undergraduate business classes and to continue with overall tuition increases for next year. Honors college students currently pay $4,194 more than standard …

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Review: Marvel Comics’ “Black Panther: The Album” functions as a stand-alone entity structured by Kendrick Lamar’s vision

In an unpredictable turn of events, a Marvel Comics’ “Black Panther” plays catalyst for what can effectively be called a “half” Kendrick album. Lamar’s initial plan was only to perform the occasional guest verse on the new film’s accompanying soundtrack, but after seeing more of the movie, Kendrick was moved …

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Ducks end two-game wining streak, falling to Trojans 72-70

After a 17-minute lead in the first half, the Ducks couldn’t keep up with the Trojan pressure when it mattered most. Oregon (17-9, Pac-12 7-6) saw its two-game win streak come to a close, losing a battle to USC (18-9, 9-5) Thursday night, 72-70. With 17 seconds left, Oregon’s Troy …

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