Author Archives: Beth Maiman

Q&A: Former men’s tennis star Robin Cambier talks life after UO

By on Sunday, Nov. 23 at 10:39 pm.

University of Oregon alum Robin Cambier, who finished his tennis career at UO as the program’s all-time winningest player, made his mark at UO as a student-athlete. The Brussels, Belgium native posted a career record of 90-43 (.677) in singles and a career doubles record of 93-31 (.750) during his time at Oregon. After earning his […]

Emerald Quick Hits: Joseph Young added to preseason Top 50 list, women’s tennis sign top recruit

By on Monday, Nov. 17 at 7:21 pm.

- Today, Oregon men’s basketball’s Joseph Young was added to the preseason Top 50 list for the John R. Wooden Award. The senior had  had 32 points, eight assists and five rebounds in the Ducks’ first game. – Oregon women’s tennis coach Alison Silverio announced the signing of another five-star recruit today. The team signed Rebekah Anderson, […]

From Pee Wee to College: Three Oregon hockey players reunite to play the sport they love

By on Monday, Nov. 17 at 11:54 am.

When you ask Oregon club hockey player Jesse Leonard what his most vivid memory growing up with new teammates Trevor Shott and Sam Rosenberg is, the answer might surprise you. “Maybe Sammy’s Bar Mitzvah?” he said. “It was huge and I had never really been to one.” Of course, Rosenberg remembers the special day, too. […]

Oregon women’s basketball: Ducks win 100-77 against Utah State in season-opener

By on Sunday, Nov. 23 at 11:58 am.

In the first regular season game, Oregon women’s basketball came out on top, beating Utah State 100-77 today at Matthew Knight Arena. Fans first got a look at Graves’ new squad on Sunday, when the team beat Westmont 81-44 in an exhibition match. “When we executed tonight and doing things we really wanted to do, […]

Women’s club rugby confident that teamwork will create a successful upcoming season

By on Wednesday, Oct. 22 at 10:12 pm.

Last season, women’s rugby ended with a tough loss in playoffs. But for the women of the squad known as the “Dirty Ducks,” it is simply in the past. “It’s a new year, we don’t care about last season,” said forward’s captain Paris Heart. Although the squad is focused on what is ahead for this […]

From last night: Oregon hockey wins home opener 9-3 against rival Washington

By on Friday, Nov. 28 at 12:18 pm.

The Washington Oregon rivalry is not just on the football field this weekend, but also on the ice. The Oregon club hockey team picked up a win Friday night in their home opener at Lane County Ice Rink against rival Washington, defeating the Huskies 9-3. “It is usually uglier,” forward Conner McBride said about the […]

GameDay: College football kicks off this weekend, here are the games you don’t want to miss

By on Tuesday, Sep. 2 at 1:50 pm.

Let’s be real. The game at Autzen this week may not be the most thrilling. Although many Duck fans will be excited to take the long awaited walk over the Willamette and cheer Oregon on, there are already many enticing games slated for the opening week of college football. To make the most of this […]

GameDay: How Oregon fans do game day

By on Wednesday, Aug. 6 at 9:47 pm.

Every football season brings many Oregon students to Autzen Stadium to root on the Ducks. Football games have become a thrilling and attractive aspect at the University of Oregon. The Emerald asked some UO students about their favorite memories and traditions for football games in the rowdy Autzen atmosphere.   Brooke Thomson Year: Sophomore Hometown: Vancouver, […]

Oregon football ranked fourth in USA Today’s coaches poll

By on Thursday, Jul. 31 at 10:13 am.

After coming off an Alamo Bowl victory in late December and finishing the season with an overall record of 11-2, Oregon was ranked fourth in USA Today’s Amway Coaches Poll released Thursday. Earning the top spot is reigning BCS national champions Florida State, who finished 14-0 last season. The Seminoles received 56 of the 62 first-place […]

Emerald Quick Hits: Ray Kasongo will not play for Oregon basketball next season

By on Wednesday, Jul. 30 at 5:41 pm.

- ESPN’s Jeff Goodman reported today that Ray Kasongo, an incoming freshman forward for Oregon’s basketball team, was denied admission into the school. The 6-foot-9 Canadian announced on Oct. 25 via Twitter that he would be committing to the Ducks.  Andrew Greif of The Oregonian reports via Twitter that the UO athletic department doesn’t anticipated […]