Author Archives: Beth Maiman

Ducks lacrosse picks up third straight win, defeats San Diego State 13-6

By on Monday, Apr. 21 at 1:34 pm.

After clinching a spot in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championship tournament with their win over USC 10-8, the Oregon women’s lacrosse team picked up another win in SoCal this weekend, defeating San Diego State 13-6. In addition to the win, head coach Jen Beck earned her 100th career win as the head coach. “I […]

Emerald Quick Hits: Baseball’s Mitchell Tolman earns Pac-12 player of the week

By on Monday, Apr. 14 at 3:57 pm.

-Third baseman Mitchell Tolman was named Pac-12 player of the week today. This was the Lake Forest, Calif. sophomore’s first time receiving the award. Tolman hit .600 as the Oregon baseball team won five times last week. Tolman was 9-for-15 on the week with six RBIs and five runs. He had a hit in all five games this week in the Ducks’ […]

Oregon women’s lacrosse stands strong in conference play with vital games this weekend in SoCal

By on Monday, Apr. 14 at 10:59 am.

This weekend marked huge games for the Oregon women’s lacrosse team as they faced off against two tough conference opponents: Stanford and UC Davis. After finishing 3-5 in conference last season and falling short in making the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation tournament, the Oregon women’s lacrosse team has shown strength in conference place so far […]

Take a knee: Keanon Lowe talks about spring ball, Addison’s injury and Loyd joining the team

By on Friday, Apr. 11 at 2:58 pm.

With news about wide receiver Bralon Addison’s injury, wide receiver Keanon Lowe took questions from many media members today after practice. The Oregon native who will be playing his last season with Ducks this fall talked about his hopes for spring practice and Addison’s injury. Lowe and Addison both shared time as kickoff returners last […]

Ducks lacrosse still undefeated in conference with 19-7 win over St. Mary’s

By on Monday, Apr. 7 at 2:12 pm.

Oregon lacrosse cruised to a 3-0 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation record yesterday with a 19-7 victory over St. Mary’s in Moraga, Calif. On Friday, the Ducks earned their second conference win defeating California 16-7. Oregon had nine different players contribute to the scoring on Sunday, with four players earning hat tricks. The Ducks had a 5-0 […]

Oregon lacrosse: Ducks beat Cal 16-7 picking up second conference win of season

By on Friday, Apr. 4 at 7:40 pm.

With an impressive performance from senior duo Nikki Pruszcz and Shannon Propst, Oregon earned its second conference win, defeating the California Golden Bears 16-7 yesterday in Berkeley, Calif. The pair combined for seven goals and Propst earned her 100th career goal and broke the all-time career-points record. Propst also tallied four assists. The Bel Air, Md. […]

Oregon football: Scott Frost finds new comfort level in second year

By on Sunday, Apr. 6 at 10:48 am.

After the conclusion of Oregon’s third spring practice, offensive coordinator Scott Frost had mainly positive things to say about his squad as they get back into the swing of things. Frost noted the leadership of Bralon Addison, as well as the strength of Marcus Mariota and the improvement of Thomas Tyner. Frost also spoke about the […]

Take a knee: Tyler Johnstone talks about recovery from injury and his relaxing spring break

By on Wednesday, Apr. 2 at 1:44 pm.

After tearing his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) during the Alamo Bowl, redshirt junior and offensive lineman Tyler Johnstone is already looking to next season as spring football practice is underway. After the Ducks’ second spring practice Tuesday morning, the Emerald caught up with Johnstone as he spoke about his road to recovery and his spring […]

GameDay: Oregon men’s basketball roundtable on the 2013-14 season

By on Thursday, Mar. 6 at 6:28 pm.

Emerald sports reporters Ryan Kostecka, Madison Guernsey and Hayden Kim discuss the 2013-14 Oregon men’s basketball season and the Ducks’ upcoming games against Arizona and in the Pac-12 Tournament. 1) Was this season a success, a disappointment or somewhere in between? Why? Kostecka — Disappointment mixed with success. Coming into this season, Damyean Dotson was […]

Emerald Quick Hits: Men’s basketball picks up win against ASU, Westhead will not return to coach next season

By on Wednesday, Mar. 5 at 5:00 pm.

- After men’s basketball head coach Dana Altman requested that students attend last night’s game against Arizona State, the Ducks managed to beat the Sun Devils 85-78 to pick up their sixth-straight win. With last night’s win, Oregon is now one game behind California, Colorado and Stanford for the fourth spot in the Pac-12 and have secured a […]

Oregon women’s tennis falls to Minnesota and Oklahoma State over the weekend

By on Sunday, Feb. 16 at 10:53 pm.

The Oregon women’s tennis team struggled over the weekend in Minneapolis, Minn., falling to both Minnesota and Oklahoma State. On Saturday, the Ducks lost their third-straight match while getting swept by the Cowgirls 7-0. The No. 29 Oklahoma State team earned the doubles point, with Oregon’s Jasmine Minor and Nicole Long falling to Viktoriya Lushkova and Kanyapat Narattana […]

Oregon women’s lacrosse earns 23-3 win over Coastal Carolina

By on Wednesday, Feb. 12 at 8:29 am.

The Oregon women’s lacrosse team beat Coastal Carolina yesterday, scoring over 20 goals for the second game in a row. On Monday, the Ducks beat Stetson 20-3 in their season opener. Today marked only the third time in Oregon history that the Ducks had scored 20-plus goals in back-to-back games. Shannon Propst, Nikki Puszcz and Courtney Valdez […]

Women’s lacrosse successful in season opener, Propst becomes Oregon leader in career assists

By on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 12:32 pm.

After finding Courtney Valedez to make her ninth assist of the game, senior Shannon Propst become Oregon’s all-time assist leader, as the Ducks went on to win their season opener against Stetson 20-3. Propst’s assist to Valedez marked the 79th of her career, surpassing Kristina Barrett who played from 2009-12. In addition, Propst’s nine assists  tied […]

Women’s lacrosse looks to talented senior class to provide leadership and success for upcoming season

By on Sunday, Feb. 9 at 6:07 pm.

After finishing with a 3-5 conference record and falling short of making the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation tournament last year, Oregon women’s lacrosse is looking to make a statement as a new season begins. Led by a strong senior class, including Shannon Propst, who set the record for most points in a single season last year, […]