Eugene Daily News

Keys’ PR powers Ducks at Oregon Relays

Eugene – Dakotah Keys picked up where he left off during the second day of the decathlon, winning the event with a personal best of 8,027 points and setting the pace for a total of 11 event wins on day two of the Oregon Relays, Friday. Continue reading

Ducks Drop Nail biter to Vandals

Oregon continues to struggle, dropping its seventh-straight match, falling to Idaho 4-3. Continue reading

Oregon’s Trevor Dunbar finishes second in a fast 5,000 at Mt. SAC

Dunbar now is ninth on Oregon’s career list in the 5,000.

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Jeff Gold wins again as Oregon grabs hold of third place with 6-3 victory over Washington State

The Oregon senior improved his record to 9-0 as the Ducks won their eighth straight game.

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Photos: Oregon Baseball — Ducks conquer Washington State Cougars 6-3

The Oregon Ducks baseball team (29-10, 8-5 Pac-12) hosts the Washington State University Cougars (17-17, 7-6) at PK Park in Eugene on Friday, April 18. The Ducks played the Cougars in the first game of the series on Thursday, and beat them in a rainy matchup 11-1. Between Oregon infielder Mitchell Tolman being named national […] Continue reading

Oregon throwers dominate day two at Oregon Relays

Day two of the Oregon Relays concluded Friday at Historic Hayward Field with plenty of strong showings from Oregon’s athletes. “Good first overall day from the Oregon Relays,” Oregon head coach Robert Johnson said. “Some good marks.” The event of the day was the women’s 800, which featured a very competitive field. Representing Oregon was […] Continue reading

Oregon’s 15-run inning keys fourth straight run-rule win

Top-ranked Oregon makes an adjustment at the plate against Cal’s starter, and the result is a 15-run inning and a 15-3 victory over the Golden Bears on Friday. Continue reading

PERS to pay former Ducks’ defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti annual pension of nearly $250,000

The PERS bottom line for Aliotti: $20,594.30 a month, or a cool $247,131.60 a year. That’s 45 percent of Aliotti’s $547,000 annual average salary in his final three years on the job.

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Oregon acrobatics and tumbling earns No. 1 seed for NCATA National Championships

The road to its fourth straight national championship just got a whole lot easier for the Oregon acrobatics and tumbling team. Despite losing for the first time in 25 meets against Azusa Pacific in the final meet of the regular season, the Ducks (9-1) were rewarded with the No. 1 seed in the National Collegiate […] Continue reading

Tommy Thorpe leads Oregon past Washington State, into tie with UCLA

Senior right-hander Jeff Gold (8-0, 2.54 ERA) is scheduled to take the ball for Oregon on Friday, followed by freshman Trent Paddon (0-2, 3.38 ERA) as the Ducks continue to await word on the status of injured lefty Matt Krook.

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