Now that the college sports seasons are wrapping up and the Oregon Ducks have already finished up, editor-in-Chief of GoDucks.com Rob Moseley is handing out his end of the season awards.
by: RB Stewart — SB Nation: Addicted To Quack 12 Jun
[Last year we did this and it went pretty well, so figured it’s worth a re-visit.] When I was at U of O, staying in shape was pretty much effortless. I biked everywhere, had enough free time...
by: The Register-Guard — The Register-Guard 12 Jun
MANILA, Philippines — The United States women's basketball team made up of four Oregon Duck players fell to eventual champion Italy in Tuesday's quarterfinals of the FIBA 3x3 World Cup.Sabrina Ionescu and Ruthy Hebard scored five points each in the three-
by: Justin Phillips — Fansided: Autzen Zoo 12 Jun
The Track and Field home of the Oregon Ducks is set to be demolished starting this week in anticipation of a new Stadium-Style Hayward Field for the 2020 s...
by: Adam Holland — SB Nation: Addicted To Quack 11 Jun
Both teams disappoint during a stretch of gray days at Hayward Field.
by: Justin Phillips — Fansided: Autzen Zoo 11 Jun
The Oregon Ducks will meet the Iowa Hawkeyes at Madison Square Garden in the 2018 2K Sports Classic The Oregon Ducks found little consistency during the 2...
by: The Register-Guard — The Register-Guard 11 Jun
MANILA, Philippines — Oti Gildon scored 14 points and Ruthy Hebard had 13 to help lead the United States to a pair of victories at the FIBA 3x3 World Cup basketball tournament Saturday.The U.S., represented by four Oregon players, beat Iran 21-7 and...
by: Portland Tribune — Portland Tribune 10 Jun
SATURDAY LOCAL SPORTS NEWS/Clark moves up in Web.com tournament; Inglis poised to make cut on LPGA Tour
by: Justin Phillips — Fansided: Autzen Zoo 10 Jun
The rain came and went and the Oregon Ducks were not able to rise to the occasion as the USC Trojans took the team title in the final meet at Hayward Field...
by: Sean Meagher | The Oregonian/OregonLive — Oregon Live 9 Jun
An anchor on Oregon's Final Four team a year ago, Bell went from the eighth pick of the second round by the Chicago Bulls who was then traded to the Warriors on draft night, to a contributor off the bench for the defending champion Warriors as a rookie.
by: Braden Johnson — Portland Tribune 9 Jun
Former Ducks forward Jordan Bell becomes third player from the University of Oregon to win an NBA championship