Endyia Rogers had 19 points and Te-Hina Paopao and Grace VanSlooten each scored 17 to carry the top-seeded Ducks to a 78-53 win over the Owls in the second round of the WNIT Monday night at Matthew Knight Arena.
Author: James Crepea
Live updates: Oregon women’s basketball vs. Rice in WNIT
Follow live updates from Matthew Knight Arena as the Ducks host the Owls in the WNIT
Dan Lanning reacts to bill that would hold coaches responsible for bad fan behavior
If Dan Lanning ends up being held responsible for the actions of more than 50,000 people at Autzen Stadium, Oregon’s football coach would ask fans to be on their best behavior.
Junior college guard Jadrian Tracey commits to Oregon men’s basketball
A third-year sophomore, Tracey is averaging 14.4 points, 5.7 rebounds and 2.9 assists this season while shooting 44.6% from the field, including 43.3% from three, and 78.3% at the free throw line.
Nate Bittle’s second career double-double sends Oregon men’s basketball past UCF; Ducks to host Wisconsin
Nate Bittle scored a career-high 21 points and had 13 rebounds to lead the No. 1 seed Ducks in a 68-54 rout of UCF in the second round of the NIT Sunday night at Matthew Knight Arena.
Oregon baseball erases 7-1 deficit, scores 12 unanswered to take series at Washington State
Josiah Cromwick, Rikuu Nishida, Tanner Smith and Carter Garate each homered for Oregon, which got 8.2 scoreless innings of relief from Matthew Grabmann (3.0 IP), Matt Dallas (4.0 IP) and Josh Mollerus to make the comeback possible.
Live updates: Oregon men’s basketball vs. UCF in NIT
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No. 19 Oregon softball strands too many leadoff runners, drops series to No. 7 Stanford
Oregon went just 2 of 9 with runners in scoring position in Sunday’s loss to Stanford
Every starter scores for Oregon baseball in 14-8 win at Washington State
Tanner Smith went 4 for 5 with a double and three RBIs and Gavin Grant went 3 for 6 with a grand slam in a 14-8 win for the Ducks over the Cougars at Bailey-Brayton Field Saturday afternoon.
Morgan Scott’s gem, Allee Bunker’s bat send No. 19 Oregon softball past No. 7 Stanford
Scott, a transfer from UNC Greensboro, threw arguably the best game of her career to lead the No. 19 Ducks to a 2-1 win over No. 7 Stanford before 1,916 Saturday afternoon at Jane Sanders Stadium.