University of Oregon

NCAA Outdoor Championships
12:13 am
Sun June 15, 2014

Oregon Men Earn National Track & Field Championship Title

The enthusiastic crowd at Hayward Field on the final day of the 2014 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
Credit Angela Kellner

The University of Oregon men's track and field team ended a 30-year dry spell by earning the national title at Hayward Field Saturday. The Oregon women took third in the NCAA Championships held in Eugene.

More than 11,000 fans packed the stands at Hayward Field on the final day of competition. The crowd finally saw the sun break through the thick clouds in the men's 1500 meter; Oregon senior Mac Fleet won his last collegiate race.

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Track & Field
12:19 pm
Mon June 9, 2014

The Best Collegiate T&F Athletes Coming To Eugene

Hayward Field, site of the 2014 NCAA Track & Field Championships.
Credit Jes Burns

The best collegiate track and field athletes in the country are traveling to Eugene this week to compete in the NCAA Championships.  The 4-day meet opens Wednesday at Hayward Field. 

 

The University of Oregon Men’s track and field team got some big news last week.  The national rankings were released and the Ducks were on top for the first time since April.  Senior Trevor Dunbar is one of 21 U of O entries who hope to score points for the team.  Dunbar will be running the 5000 and 10,000 meters.   

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University of Oregon
6:00 am
Tue June 3, 2014

Slow News: A Manifesto for the Critical News Consumer

Peter Laufer

Peter Laufer discusses his new book Slow News: A Manifesto for the Critical News Consumer, which parallels the Slow Food movement and Michael Pollan’s guidelines in that arena. Peter Laufer is the James Wallace Chair in the School of Journalism and Communications at the University of Oregon, and has led a distinguished career as an author, journalist, and broadcaster.

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Sports
4:51 pm
Mon June 2, 2014

39 Ducks Will Compete At NCAA Track & Field Championships In Eugene

Senior Laura Roesler is the favorite in the women's 800m at the NCAA Track and Field Championships in Eugene.
Credit Eric Evans/GoDucks.com

Oregon schools sent dozens of athletes to the NCAA Western Preliminaries in Arkansas over the weekend, hoping to qualify for the national championships happening in Eugene in less than two weeks.  Perennial track and field powerhouse, the University of Oregon, qualified 39 individuals for the finals – 20 women and 19 men.
 

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Sports
4:26 pm
Mon June 2, 2014

Ducks Out, But Beavers Still Alive In NCAA Baseball Post-Season

Credit Scobel Wiggins/Oregon State Athletics

Both Oregon and Oregon State’s baseball teams played in NCAA Regional tournaments this weekend.  
 

Because of Oregon State’s number 1 rank, the team hosted their post season regional.  But the home crowd couldn’t deliver a perfect weekend for the Beavs.  OSU won their opening game against North Dakota State, but then dropped their second to UC Irvine.  The Beavers came back and won their next two games against UNLV and UC Irvine.  

OSU’s Jeff Hendrix, a Corvallis native, went 4 for 4 in Sunday’s win.   

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Sports
4:21 pm
Mon June 2, 2014

Oregon Softball's National Championship Hunt Ends In Oklahoma

Credit Jes Burns

The University of Oregon softball team ended their run at a National Championship on Sunday.  It was an up and down weekend for the Ducks at the women’s College World Series in Oklahoma.  Oregon won their first game against Florida State, then dropped their second to Florida.  That loss sent them to the loser’s bracket, where they faced and defeated last year’s national champion, the University of Oklahoma.  But Oregon wasn’t able to pull out a win against Alabama, and was knocked out of the tournament.
 

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Economy
1:52 pm
Wed May 28, 2014

Governor Kitzhaber Signs Commitment To Support RAIN Business Development

Governor John Kitzhaber pledges support to the RAIN project at the Eugene Chamber of Commerce. Mayors Kitty Piercy (Eugene) and Julie Manning (Corvallis) are at right.
Credit Karen Richards

Governor John Kitzhaber was in Eugene today (Wednesday) to sign a “Declaration of Cooperation” for the new regional business accelerator. The document pledges the state's commitment to the project.

The Regional Accelerator and Innovation Network, or RAIN, is a partnership between local universities, communities and businesses. The acronym is appropriate for the area, and for the growth of new ventures. Governor Kitzhaber remarked that Oregonians embrace rain:

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U of O Athletics
9:21 pm
Sun May 25, 2014

#1 Ranked Oregon Softball Team College World Series Bound

Oregon softball team celebrates after winning the Eugene Super Regional against Minnesota.
Credit Eric Evans/goducks.com

The University of Oregon softball team is on its way to the College World Series.  The Ducks defeated Minnesota in two games in this weekend’s Super Regional tournament in Eugene. Last year at this time, Oregon’s dreams of making the World Series were dashed in the Super Regional.  But things are different this time around.  The Ducks went into the post season the number one team in the country.  And on Sunday, they finished off the Golden Gophers of Minnesota.

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U of O Athletics
11:44 pm
Sat May 24, 2014

Ducks Take First Game Of NCAA Softball Super Regional

Oregon's NCAA Softball Super Regional is completely sold out.
Credit Jes Burns

The #1 ranked University of Oregon softball team is hosting the NCAA Super Regional tournament this weekend.  In the opening game of the best-of-three series on Saturday, the Ducks defeated Minnesota 10 to 2 before a record crowd.  The Golden Gophers got on the board first with a two-hit, one run first inning, but then Oregon’s lead-off hitter Courtney Ceo homered to tie it up.

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University of Oregon Athletics
7:32 am
Sun May 18, 2014

Number 1 Seeded Ducks Advance To Softball Super Regional

Credit GoDucks.com

The #1 ranked University of Oregon softball team advanced to the NCAA Super Regions with a win Sunday over Wisconsin.  The Ducks won 6-0 in the Regional tournament final in Eugene. 

Now Oregon advances to the next round of the post season, which begins at 7pm Saturday at Howe Field on the University of Oregon campus.  They'll take on #16 ranked Minnesota.

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