#OlympicDucks Guide: July 20-25

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The Tokyo Olympics will be contested from July 21 – Aug. 8 (July 20 – Aug, 7 Pacific Time). There are 19 current and former University of Oregon student-athletes entered in the Tokyo Olympics. This is a competition schedule that will be updated as the Olympics advance. Broadcast information is included if the event is being televised LIVE. The Tokyo Olympics will be presented across the networks and platforms of NBCUniversal. For the full streaming and broadcast schedule as well as the full competition schedule, follow this link: How to Watch. If there’s anything we’ve missed, email [email protected]

All Times Pacific

Three all-time fan-favorites kickoff Olympic competition for the Oregon contingent in Tokyo. Janie Reed (formerly Janie Takeda) and Team USA open the softball tournament this week, while Maite Cazorla (Spain) and Arsalan Kazemi (Iran) begin women’s and men’s basketball pool play.

TUESDAY, JULY 20
Softball – Janie Reed, USA vs. Italy, 8 p.m., NBCSN

WEDNESDAY, JULY 21
Softball – Janie Reed, USA vs. Canada, 5 p.m. NBCSN

FRIDAY, JULY 23
Softball – Janie Reed, USA vs. Mexico, 11:10 p.m. NBCSN 

SATURDAY, JULY 24
Softball – Janie Reed, USA vs. Australia, 6 p.m. CNBC
Men’s Basketball (Group A) – Arsalan Kazemi, Iran vs. Czech Republic, 6 p.m.

The Oregon Ducks take on the UCLA Bruins at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Oregon on February 22, 2019 (Samuel Marshall/Eric Evans Photography)

SUNDAY, JULY 25
Women’s Basketball (Group A) – Maite Cazorla, Spain vs.  South Korea, 6 p.m.
Softball – Janie Reed, USA vs. Japan, 6 p.m. USA

Looking Ahead to Next Week: Softball enters the medal round. Men’s and women’s basketball continue pool play. Baseball, track & field and triathlon begin competition.

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON TOKYO OLYMPICS COMPETITORS
Devon Allen, USA, Men’s Track & Field (110 meter hurdles)
Maite Cazorla, Spain, Women’s Basketball
Matthew Centrowitz, USA, Men’s Track & Field (1500 meters)
English Gardner, USA, Women’s Track & Field (4×100 meter relay pool)
Cravon Gillespie, USA, Men’s Track & Field (4×100 meter relay pool)
Cole Hocker, USA, Men’s Track & Field (1500 meters)
Jessica Hull, Australia, Women’s Track & Field (1500 meters)
Charlie Hunter, Australia, Men’s Track & Field (800 meters)
Emmanuel Ihemeje, Italy, Men’s Track & Field (Triple jump)
Arsalan Kazemi, Iran, Men’s Basketball
Aneta Konieczek, Poland, Women’s Track & Field (Steeplechase)
Scott McGough, USA, Baseball
Claire Michel, Belgium, Women’s Triathlon & Mixed Triathlon
Jenna Prandini, USA, Women’s Track & Field (100 meters & 200 meters; 4×100 meter relay pool)
Janie Reed, USA, Softball
Raevyn Rogers, USA, Women’s Track & Field (800 meters)
Galen Rupp, USA, Men’s Track & Field (Marathon)
Jillian Weir, Canada, Women’s Track & Field (Hammer)
Micah Williams, USA, Men’s Track & Field (4×100 meter relay pool)
 

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