The No. 10 Oregon Ducks swept the Cal Bears this past weekend behind another outstanding performance from an Oregon pitcher. Is it time to crown the Pac-12 Pitcher of the Year award? According to EDN's Taylor Gelbrich, it is.
The No. 8 Ducks suffered their first Pac-12 series loss since opening with Washington earlier in the season to the Washington State Cougars this past season. Oregon now prepares for rival Oregon State in a non-conference game on Tuesday.
Oregon saw its streak of four consecutive Pac-12 series wins end Sunday as Washington State took the final two games after Oregon won 6-2 on Friday night. It's the first home series loss for the Ducks this season, and their first series loss since dropping two straight to Texas State.
Horton received win No. 600 last weekend. How impressive is the feat? His Horton the most prestigious coach at the University of Oregon?
Spencer, a true freshman, tossed the first no-hitter since Oregon's baseball program was reinstated in 2009.
The Ducks once again took down a Pac-12 Goliath, this time in the form of the No. 6 Stanford Cardinal two games to one. Oregon still needs to increase their production in all facets of the game, but this team could be primed to make a run deep into the College World Series.
A two-run single from Brett Thomas and a balanced pitching performance gave Oregon the edge Monday night.
The Ducks have now won five straight games to take over first place in the Pac-12 standings.
The No. 22 Oregon baseball team defeated No. 5 UCLA 6-2 on Thursday nigh in Southern California.
After a three-game losing skid last week, the Ducks bounced back in spectacular fashion against Arizona State.