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Ducks split, find NCAA qualifying success in Washington and New Mexico

One team, two meets, two different states. One weekend of success. Oregon’s track and field team concluded its final competition before the postseason championships, taking home multiple records, wins and NCAA qualifying positions. The team competed in both the Husky Classic in Seattle, Washington, and the Don Kirby Elite Invitational …

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Twins Venessa and Kerissa D’Arpino bring special connection to Oregon’s sprint team

There are few differences between Oregon sprinters, and twin sisters, Venessa and Kerissa D’Arpino. Growing up in Grants Pass, Oregon, they lived in the same room together for 18 years, shared the same friends and drove the same car. The similarities continued on the track, where they run with an …

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A Decade Of Champions

It’s ten straight for the men, eight for the women as the Oregon Ducks demolished the rest of the conference at the Pac-12 Track & Field championships at Husky Track in Seattle. With their 17th conference title the men’s team tied UCLA for the conference record. Both the men and women now hold the conference […]

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Oregon Women Take Pepsi Invitational Title

An abbreviated home outdoor track & field schedule opened with the Pepsi Invitational Saturday at Hayward Field. The Oregon women took the team title on the heels of a pair of dynamic results in the sprints, while the men were forced to settle for a tie with Penn State for top honors. NCAA 800 meter […]

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Lady Ducks Defend MPSF Crown

courtesy goDucks.com – The Oregon women’s track and field team was crowned Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Champions, Saturday, as both the men’s and women’s teams concluded their final tune up before the NCAA Indoor Championships. “Overall it was a success,” said head coach Robert Johnson. “Like most championship meets, you have the good and the […]

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Ducks Set Qualifying Marks at MPSF Championships

Courtesy goDucks.com ~ The Oregon track and field team added a few more names to its NCAA entry list after some noteworthy performances at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships, Friday. The night ended with some dramatics as the men’s distance medley relay entered the meet on the outside of the NCAA Championships field looking […]

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Cheserek, Ducks Sweep Dellinger Meet

courtesy goDucks.com – EUGENE, Ore. – Edward Cheserek won for the ninth time in the last 10 races to lead the Oregon cross country teams to a sweep of the season-opening Bill Dellinger Invitational on a warm Friday evening on Pre’s Trail at Alton Baker Park. The No. 6 Men of Oregon won with 15 […]

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Track and Field: Ashton Eaton Breaks Own World Decathlon Record, Looks Ready For More Olympic Gold

I would prefer that Oregon native, University of Oregon graduate and Eugene resident Ashton Eaton only break the decathlon world record at his home track, the University of Oregon’s Hayward Field, and maybe he would as well. But athletes can’t choo… Continue reading

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