Topic: Ducks

Christian Brennan exits IAAF World Junior Championships with confidence

By on Friday, Jul. 25 at 9:26 pm.

Concluding her career at the junior level, Oregon’s Christian Brennan ran a 54.15 in the women’s 400 meter final to finish seventh. In front of a packed crowd at Historic Hayward Field, Brennan didn’t made the podium, but she did leave with a boost of confidence. “It really honestly boosted it (confidence) a bit,” Brennan said. “I’m […]


Raw Video: Christian Brennan reacts to qualifying for women’s 400 meter finals

By on Thursday, Jul. 24 at 8:19 pm.

Oregon’s Christian Brennan advanced to the women’s 400 meter final with a 53.81 time at the IAAF World Junior Championships at Historic Hayward Field. Brennan, who wasn’t assuming she would make the finals, was relieved and out of breath as she recapped her semi-final race. Follow Hayden Kim on Twitter @HayDayKim


Christian Brennan squeezes into women’s 400 meter final

By on Friday, Jul. 25 at 10:45 am.

After qualifying for the women’s 400 meter semifinals with a 54.84 time at the IAAF World Junior Championships, Oregon’s Christian Brennan, representing Canada, has advanced to the finals. “I’m really excited,” Brennan said. “Just trying to get to the finals and from there, just do what I can.” Brennan, who placed third in her heat, finished […]


ESPN’s Jeff Goodman reports Brandon Austin to play at Northwest Florida

By on Thursday, Jul. 24 at 4:13 pm.

After recently being denied admittance into Hutchinson Community College, ESPN’s Jeff Goodman has reported that former Oregon men’s basketball player Brandon Austin is headed to Northwest Florida State College. Former Providence and Oregon forward Brandon Austin has been accepted to Northwest Florida, the school told ESPN. — Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) July 24, 2014 While attending Providence, […]


Ariana Washington places seventh in women’s 100 meter final despite toothaches

By on Wednesday, Jul. 23 at 9:38 pm.

Three days before reaching the women’s 100 meter final at the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships, Ariana Washington dealt with pain from her wisdom teeth to the point where she was thinking about going to the emergency room. Washington even went as far as saying she hadn’t eaten in three days. “I’ve had a hard week with […]


Raw video: Maggie Schmaedick reacts to finishing 12th in the women’s 5000 meters

By on Wednesday, Jul. 23 at 8:35 pm.

Oregon’s Maggie Schmaedick finished 12th overall in the women’s 5000 meters at the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships with a time of 16:19.01. Despite placing out of the top 10, Schmaedick was still excited about her final experience at the junior level. She will begin running cross country for the Ducks in five weeks time. […]


Raw video: Ashlee Moore recaps her experience at the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships

By on Wednesday, Jul. 23 at 8:29 pm.

Incoming freshman Ashlee Moore set a personal best for points in the heptathlon at the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships with 5466 points. Moore finished 13th overall and accomplished what she wanted to do. highlighting her experience was placing second in the 100 meter hurdles and recording a personal best in the long jump to win […]


Ashlee Moore heads into 800 meter heptathlon finale in seventh place

By on Wednesday, Jul. 23 at 3:47 pm.

Ranking seventh in personal bests among the Group A competitors at 39.61 meters, Ashlee Moore was merely looking to stay relevant heading into the 800 meter heptathlon finale. Moore, who dropped to seventh overall, finished eighth in the heptathlon javelin throw with a 39.95 meter finish. Her personal best heading into the IAAF World Junior Championships was […]


Ashlee Moore jumps up the leaderboards after winning heptathlon long jump

By on Wednesday, Jul. 23 at 1:12 pm.

Ashlee Moore didn’t finish out day one in strong fashion. Ranking 11th heading into the heptathlon long jump, Moore faced an uphill battle to get back into the mix. She conquered that challenge however, in her first event on day two. Moore not only won the heptathlon long jump against strong head winds, but she also recorded […]


Christian Brennan qualifies for women’s 400 meter semi-finals

By on Wednesday, Jul. 23 at 12:28 pm.

Representing Canada in a downpour morning at Historic Hayward Field, incoming freshman Christian Brennan placed third in the women’s 400 meter qualifier. “It was really raining, but I’m used to it because I train here,” Brennan said. “It didn’t phase me that much.”   Brennan, who already calls Hayward Field her home, ran a comfortable […]


Ashlee Moore sits in fifth place in women’s heptathlon through first two events

By on Tuesday, Jul. 22 at 5:55 pm.

Incoming freshman Ashlee Moore began the morning session at the IAAF World Junior Championships on the right foot. Moore, who entered the competition as the U.S. heptathlon champion, finished second in the 100 meter hurdles with a personal best 13.59 time. She was awarded 1037 points for her second place finish and ranked second heading into the next […]


U.S. champion Raevyn Rogers finishes seventh in 800 meters after being tripped up, fails to qualify for semi finals

By on Tuesday, Jul. 22 at 1:47 pm.

Entering the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships as the U.S. 800 meter champion, incoming Oregon freshman Raevyn Rogers was looking to impress at Historic Hayward Field. Moore did just that, leading through the first 400 meters. However, Moore was tripped up around the 600 meter mark. Following the accident, Moore struggled to regain her edge, […]


Raw video: Raevyn Rogers reacts to finishing seventh in 800 meters after being tripped up mid race

By on Tuesday, Jul. 22 at 12:58 pm.

U.S. 800 meter champion Raevyn Rogers finished seventh at the IAAF World Junior Championships in 2:08.01. After being tripped up mid race, Rogers struggled to recover mentally. She led through the first 400 meters before dropping back near the finish. Follow Hayden Kim on Twitter @HayDayKim


Ashlee Moore finishes second in 100 meter hurdles (heptathlon), records new personal best

By on Tuesday, Jul. 22 at 11:11 am.

Incoming Oregon track and field freshman Ashlee Moore finished second in her first heptathlon event of the day. Moore recorded a personal best 13.59 time in the second 100 meter hurdles heat. After being crowned a U.S. heptathlon champion in the multi-event competition in Sacramento, Moore entered the IAAF World Junior Championships with a personal/season […]


Reporters discuss 2014 Pac-12 football season

By on Wednesday, Jul. 16 at 4:23 pm.

With the college football season on the horizon, members of the The Emerald, Daily Bruin and Stanford Daily sport staffs chimed in to discuss the upcoming Pac-12 season. The following content was provided by reporters Hayden Kim (Emerald), Kevin Bowman (Daily Bruin) and David Cohn (Stanford Daily). All three teams are set to begin their […]


Q&A: Former Oregon basketball player Mike Moser provides insight on life in NBA Summer League

By on Tuesday, Jul. 15 at 10:09 am.

Just months after his college career ended at the University of Oregon, forward Mike Moser has made the jump to the NBA Summer League. After going undrafted in this year’s draft, Moser has averaged 13.0 (PPG) and 3.5 (RPG) for the Boston Celtics through his first four games. He hopes to earn a spot on […]


Oregon senior Laura Roesler named finalist for Bowerman award

By on Thursday, Jul. 10 at 12:39 pm.

Oregon senior Laura Roesler was named as one of three finalists for The Bowerman Trophy, one of the most prestigious awards in collegiate track and field, Thursday afternoon. Also named as finalists were Sharika Nelvis of Arkansas State and Courtney Okolo of Texas. Roesler dominated in her final season with Oregon. She was able to […]


Oregon freshman Edward Cheserek named finalist for Bowerman Trophy

By on Wednesday, Jul. 9 at 1:45 pm.

Oregon’s Edward Cheserek was named one of the three finalists for The Bowerman Trophy, one of collegiate track and field’s highest individual honors. The other two finalists named were Arizona’s Lawi Lalang and Texas A&M’s Deon Lendore. Oregon has had four finalists and two winners since the award was created in 2009. Galen Rupp took […]


Emerald Quick Hits: Oregon signee Raevyn Rogers wins 800 meters, Oregon football welcomes Zac Schuller

By on Monday, Jul. 7 at 10:25 pm.

- On the final day of the USATF Junior Championships, Oregon signee Raevyn Rogers won the 800 meters. – The 2014 World Cup is now down to four teams. For Brazilian exchange students at the University of Oregon, this is just another opportunity to pour out their passion for their beloved national team. – After heading into the […]