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Fresh Baked Every Day Women’s T-Shirt

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This fitted v-neck t-shirt and has an adorable illustration of a couple (marijuana-infused) bakery goodies during their baking session.

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Oregon women’s tennis eliminated from doubles contention in second day of Pac-12 Championships

It was the second day of the Pac-12 Championships in Ojai, Calif. and the women’s tennis team changed their focus from yesterday’s singles play to today’s doubles.

Representing Oregon in the doubles championship draw, Lana Buttner and Nicole Long faced California’s No. 4-seeded Lynn Chi and Anett Schutting in the round of 16. The Buttner-Long duo, which wasn’t a typical combination during the regular season, lost 8-4.

The two Oregon pairs had similar results in the doubles invitational draw. Allie and Kadie Hueffner fell 8-3 to Arizona State’s Kassidy Jump and Joanna Smith. Lena Macomson and Maja Salibasic were defeated 8-2 by Utah’s No. 2 Luisa Gerstner da Rosa and Sarah Richter. Both losses were in the round of 16.

Despite being the first day of doubles, the singles consolation draw had games to be carried out. Three of four matches went to an extra set, but Salibasic’s 6-1, 2-6, (11-9) win over Colorado’s Ashley Tiefel was the only win for Oregon in the division.

Games with Kadie and Allie Hueffner also went to an extra set. Allie lost 6-3, 3-6, (10-4) to Inge Henrikx of Arizona, who teammate Lina Akesson had defeated 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 the previous day. Washington State’s Dajana Ognjenovic beat Kadie 2-6, 6-3, (10-6).

The only singles match which didn’t go to extra play was between Macomson and Washington’s Natalie Allen. Allen topped Macomson, who hadn’t played yesterday, 6-1, 6-3.

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Lina Åkesson outlasts teammates, falls in round of 16 in Pac-12 Championships

In the first day of the women’s tennis Pac-12 championships, the Oregon women’s tennis team had six girls competing. All except one fell in the round of 32 for their respective division.

Lana Buttner and Nicole Long represented Oregon in the Women’s Singles Championship division and Maja Salibasic, Lina Åkesson, Allie Hueffner and Kadie Hueffner participated in the Women’s Singles Invitational division.

In the championship draw, both Buttner and Long lost in the round of 32 after going to tiebreakers. Buttner’s match against University of Washington’s Julija Lukac ended 6-4, 7-6(5). Stanford’s Taylor Davidson defeated Long 6-7(5), 6-3, 6-4.

In the invitational draw, the Ducks had barely more success. In the round of 32, Kadie Hueffner was blanked by Berkley’s No. 2 Maegan Manasse 6-0, 6-0. Kadie’s sister, Allie Hueffner, fell 7-5, 6-4. Oregon also lost the match between Maja Salibasic and Washington’s Sophia Bott 6-2, 6-3.

The only victory for the Ducks came in the form of Åkesson, who edged out Arizona’s Inge Hendrikx 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 in an extra set. Åkesson was eliminated in the round of 16 after a 6-0, 6-2 loss to USC’s  No. 3 Giuliana Olmos.

The Ducks will continue the tournament with doubles play tomorrow.

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No. 7 Stanford sweep Oregon women’s tennis, 4-0

The Oregon women’s tennis team’s slump continued Friday when it faced off against the No. 7 Stanford Cardinal. Proving why five of their six players are ranked, Stanford showed their prowess and dominated Oregon 4-0.

Stanford won both doubles matches nearly at the same time, with the No. 2 and No. 3 matches finishing only minutes after one another.

The first doubles match was lost 8-1 by Jasmine Minor and Lina Åkesson in No. 2 doubles. Allie Hueffner and Kadie Hueffner lost to Caroline Doyle and Krista Hardebeck moments after by the same count. The Ducks trailed 7-1 in the incomplete game against 31st ranked Taylor Davidson and Ellen Tsay.

The Ducks had little success in singles. The first five matches of singles play were against ranked Stanford players. The only reason the Cardinal lacked a sixth ranked-player was because No. 4 Kristie Ahn was scratched from the No. 1 singles spot.

The first match to complete was between No. 41 Doyle and Lana Buttner. Although Doyle dominated the first set 6-0, Buttner was able to score four points in the second. The game ended 6-0, 6-4.

The final two games didn’t go any better. Minor lost both sets 6-1, 6-1 to No. 22 Carol Zhao. The loss was followed by teammate Sofia Hager’s in No. 3 singles, which she lost to No. 28 Davidson 6-0, 6-2.

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Oregon women’s tennis: Ducks win 4-1 against Northern Arizona after back-to-back losses

The Ducks returned to Tempe, Ariz. three days after their 4-0 loss to Arizona State to take on the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks. Unlike the match against Arizona State, the Ducks came out on top with a 4-1 victory and swept doubles for the first time since Jan. 26, when they faced Eastern Washington.

The win against NAU was the first of the Ducks’ current nine-game road stint.

In doubles, Marlou Kluiving and Lina Åkesson were the first to topple their NAU opponents. The pair took down Johanna Vang and Sarah Spruch, 8-2.

In a contest similar to the one finished first, Hager and Hueffner defeated Tatum Rochin and Jordan Denesik of NAU, 8-3.

The third and final doubles match went unfinished, but the Ducks led 5-3 when play was suspended.

Oregon nearly swept singles play as well. With exception to Tatum Rochin’s 6-2, 6-1 wins against Oregon’s Kadie Hueffner (and the unfinished match between NAU’s Hailey Rochin and Oregon’s Allie Hueffner), the Ducks were winning match after match.

In the first singles match, Åkesson defeated Spruch for the second time that day (6-2, 6-2). For Åkesson, the win snapped a four-game losing skid. Then after the Rochin vs. Hueffner match, Hager and Denesik faced off again. Hager came away with a dominating 6-3, 6-2 win.

It was the No. 1 singles match that ended Oregon’s time in Tempe. Nicole Long’s 6-3, 6-4 win over Vang clinched the match, giving the Ducks their 4-1 victory.

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Oregon women’s tennis: Ducks defeated by Arizona 4-0 for second straight loss

After losing 4-0 to the No. 25 Arizona State, the Ducks moved down south to play the University of Arizona (14-1, 3-0 Pac-12) for their second of nine road games. Oregon fell 4-0 to the Wildcats, making them 0-4 on the road this season, excluding neutral matches.

The doubles matches went similarly to those against ASU. Oregon lost two, 8-3 and 8-2. When the third match was suspended, Oregon’s duo of Nicole Long and Jasmine Minor were trailing 7-5 in the third game against Shayne Austin and Lacey Smyth.

The Ducks didn’t fare any better in singles. They came away with no victories, but led two of the unfinished matches.

Oregon’s Jasmine Minor played Arizona’s Kim Stubbe in the first match that completed. Stubbe took home the point 6-0, 6-1. The next match to finish was between Lauren Marker and Oregon’s Sofia Hager, where Marker won 6-3, 6-1.

Smyth and Long faced off again in the final singles match to be completed. Smyth clinched the match for Arizona 6-3, 6-2.

Oregon will now return to Tempe, Ariz. to play Northern Arizona University in their next match.

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Oregon women’s tennis: Ducks lose 4-0 to No. 25 Arizona State

This Friday, Oregon women’s tennis lost 4-0 to the No. 25 Arizona State Sun Devils in Tempe, Ariz. The game was the first of nine that the Ducks will spend away from home.

In doubles play, ASU came out on top as Joanna Smith and Stephanie Vlad beat Oregon’s Lanna Buttner and Sophia Hager, 8-3. The loss meant the end of the duo’s seven-game win streak. Marlou Kluiving and Lina Åkesson also fell 8-3 to Leighann Sahagun and Alexandra Osborne.

The doubles match between ASU’s Desirae Krawczyk and Kassidy Jump and Oregon’s Nicole Long and Jasmine Minor  was left unfinished, but ASU led 5-4 when play was suspended.

In singles, ASU continued to dominate.

The No. 1 match was won for the Sun Devils 6-4, 6-0. Ebony Panaho was the victor against Åkesson. The No. 2 match had similar results as Buttner fell to Sahagun 6-1, 6-3. The contest was determined by the third singles game to finish. Oregon’s Kadie Hueffner lost 6-2, 6-2 to Gussie O’Sullivan.

There were three singles matches left unfinished, only one which the Ducks led. The match was between Allie Hueffner and Jump.

The Ducks’ next match will come tomorrow in Tucson, Ariz. against the Arizona Wildcats.

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Oregon vs Sacramento st. Womens basketball

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Oregon’s loss to Sacramento St. was made worse by an injury to Sophomore forward Jillian Alleyne. With Laura Stanulis and Lexi Peterson returning from serious knee injuries, the injury big continues to bite. Jordan Loera is already lost with a knee injury, the Ducks cannot afford more injuries. This was one of the most physical Womens basketball games I have seen in a long time. Sacramento St. came in to Matt Knight Arena with a plan to out hustle and out physical Oregon. They succeeded in nearly every aspect of the game. Oregon could not match their aggressiveness and quickness. Oregon made a run in the second half closing the gap to, 6 but that would be the closest they would get as they lost 97-85.

Laura Stanulis reaches for the lose ball | Photo by Gary Breedlove
Laura Stanulis reaches for the lose ball | Photo by Bary Breedlove
The injury bug strikes again as Jillian Alleyne goes down in the second half with an apparent ankle injury
The injury bug strikes again as Jillian Alleyne goes down in the second half with an apparent ankle injury
Katelyn Loper grabs a rebound over Sacramento State's Margaret Huntington
Katelyn Loper grabs a rebound over Sacramento State’s Margaret Huntington

 

 

Ducks Women’s Basketball: Freshmen Effective Scorers in Putting Away Western Oregon, 103-58

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The Ducks turned the ball over 12 times in the first half alone, and missed 21 three-pointers overall, but an excellent effort from freshman guard Chrishae Rowe was enough to put the Western Oregon Wolves away, 103-58.

Chrishae Rowe
Oregon Ducks true freshman Chrishae Rowe dribbles down the court past Western Oregon defenders in the Ducks’ 103-58 preseason win on Wednesday night | (Eric Evans/GoDucks)

Oregon was never able to get on a very long run, as the 18 turnovers created opportunities for WOU that they were only too willing to capitalize on. However, WOU gave the ball back 33 times, which allowed Oregon the easier exhibition win.

“Exactly what we were looking for, the good and the not so good, so we had things to work on,” head coach Paul Westhead said. “I liked our two freshmen.”

Rowe tied for the Ducks’ scoring lead with 17. She added 6 rebounds and 3 steals. Junior Katelyn Loper added 17 herself, and fellow freshman Drea Toler scored 15.

“She’s got a good shooting trigger and she’s not bashful. I think Katelyn’s going to be a good addition to this team,” Westhead said on Loper.

“It was fun, it was good to finally get to the court against someone,” Rowe said. “It’s a lot more running, about executing the little things. (Scoring) is part of the reason why I’m here.”

Toler struggled in the first half, putting up an 0-for-7 before the intermission. She scored 5 within a short window and ended up with 7 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals on the night.

“I had no concern that she wasn’t going to turn that around,” Westhead said. “She’s fearless, she runs into you, well, she runs into you.”

Toler fueled Oregon’s second big run of the night with her five-straight points, just under 12 minutes to play. Backup center Megan Carpenter added four straight to put the Ducks up 79-40 late.

Veteran guard Ariel Thomas compared the freshman guard’s quickness to the men’s team senior guard Johnathan Loyd.

Drea Toler
Another true freshman, Drea Toler, saw extensive play time for the Ducks against Western Oregon | (Eric Evans/GoDucks)

Meanwhile, last year’s freshman sensation Jillian Alleyne remained the force on the boards that she gained acclaim for last year. She finished the night with 11 hard-fought boards and 7 points.

Rounding out the roster, Thomas piled up 12 points and 7 assists, Carpenter scored 10 and had 8 rebounds, and starting forward Danielle Love scored 8.

“I hope it’s day-to-day, rather than see you next week or see you in december, but my guess is it’s not tomorrow. Neither has returned to what you would call practice,” Westhead said.

The Ducks get one more warmup when Oregon plays in-state Oregon Tech on Nov. 4 at 7 p.m. The first true game takes place Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. at Matt Knight when CSU Bakersfield comes to town.

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Oregon Ducks Women’s Basketball 2013-14 Schedule Released

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Oregon Ducks Women's Basketball
Oregon Ducks Women’s Basketball
(Gary Breedlove/Eugene Daily News)

The Oregon Ducks women’s basketball 2013-14 schedule has been released. The team opens the season with 11-of-13 games at home including traveling cross country to play powerhouse UConn to close out non-conference play.

The Ducks will play 11 games on the Pac-12 Networks this season and all non-televised home and conference road games will be available for free online via Pac-12 Live Stream.

“We are very eager to get back on the court this season,” said Paul Westhead, Oregon Ducks women’s basketball head coach. “We have a lot of talented teams coming to Eugene this year and it should be exciting for our players and our fans.”

Oregon Ducks Women’s Basketball 2013-14 Schedule:

 
  Wed, Oct 30   Western Oregon (Exh.)  Eugene, Ore.    7:00 p.m.
  Mon, Nov 04   Oregon Tech (Exh.)  Eugene, Ore.    7:00 p.m.
  Sat, Nov 09   CSU Bakersfield  Eugene, Ore.    7:00 p.m.
  Tue, Nov 12   Portland  Eugene, Ore.    7:00 p.m.
  Sun, Nov 17   Sacramento State  Eugene, Ore.    2:00 p.m.
  Wed, Nov 20   Connecticut  Hartford, Conn.    4:00 p.m.
  Mon, Nov 25   Pepperdine  Eugene, Ore.    7:00 p.m.
  Sun, Dec 01   Princeton  Eugene, Ore.    12:00 p.m.
  Wed, Dec 04   Seattle U  Seattle, Wash.    TBA
  Sat, Dec 14   Portland State  Eugene, Ore.    2:00 p.m.
  Wed, Dec 18   Southern  Eugene, Ore.    7:00 p.m.
  Fri, Dec 20   Cal Poly  Eugene, Ore.    7:00 p.m.
  Sun, Dec 29   Cal State Northridge  Eugene, Ore.    4:00 p.m.
  Fri, Jan 03   Stanford *  Stanford, Calif.    6:00 p.m.
  Sun, Jan 05   California *  Berkeley, Calif.    12:00 p.m.
  Sat, Jan 11   Oregon State *  Eugene, Ore.    5:00 p.m.
  Mon, Jan 13   Oregon State *  Corvallis, Ore.    7:00 p.m.
  Fri, Jan 17   UCLA *  Los Angeles, Calif.    8:00 p.m.
  Sun, Jan 19   USC *  Los Angeles, Calif.    2:00 p.m.
  Fri, Jan 24   Washington State *  Eugene, Ore.    7:00 p.m.
  Sun, Jan 26   Washington *  Eugene, Ore.    12:00 p.m.
  Fri, Jan 31   Arizona *  Tucson, Ariz.    6:00 p.m.
  Sun, Feb 02   Arizona State *  Tempe, Ariz.    TBA
  Fri, Feb 07   Utah *  Eugene, Ore.    7:00 p.m.
  Sun, Feb 09   Colorado *  Eugene, Ore.    2:00 p.m.
  Fri, Feb 14   USC *  Eugene, Ore.    7:30 p.m.
  Mon, Feb 17   UCLA *  Eugene, Ore.    4:00 p.m.
  Fri, Feb 21   Washington *  Seattle, Wash.    6:00 p.m.
  Sun, Feb 23   Washington State *  Pullman, Wash.    TBA
  Fri, Feb 28   Arizona State *  Eugene, Ore.    7:00 p.m.
  Sun, Mar 02   Arizona *  Eugene, Ore.    1:00 p.m.
 

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