Topic: Jordan Hasay

Galen Rupp’s 10,000-meter victory highlights Oregon accomplishments on second day of USATF Outdoor Championships

By on Friday, Jun. 27 at 10:37 pm.

Former Oregon runner Galen Rupp added to his impressive resume by winning the 10,000 meters on the second day of the 2014 USATF Outdoor Championships Thursday night in Sacramento, California. The victory is the sixth in a row for Rupp at the distance in which he set the American Record during the 2014 Prefontaine Classic at […]

Former Oregon distance runner Jordan Hasay returns to Hayward Field

By on Monday, Jun. 2 at 8:55 am.

It’s been almost a year since Jordan Hasay ran on the track at the Historic Hayward Field. Calling it “bittersweet” when she ran her last race as a Duck in the 2013 Outdoor NCAA Track and Field Championships, one of the most decorated runners in Oregon history noted that she was just getting her running career […]

Eugene bid to host 2019 Track and Field World Championships

By on Sunday, May. 4 at 8:58 pm.

Although the United States has a tradition of dominating track and field, the International Association of Athletics Federation World Championships for track and field have never been hosted in the country. But now Eugene — in addition to Barcelona, Spain and Doha, Qatar —  is one of three cities that could host the 2019 IAAF […]

Indoor track and field preview: Life after English Gardner, Elijah Greer and Jordan Hasay

By on Wednesday, Jan. 8 at 8:14 am.

Following the crucial losses of English Gardner and Jordan Hasay, the Oregon women’s indoor track and field team has its work cut out in order to defend the NCAA championship. After last spring’s NCAA outdoor track and field championships, Gardner announced that she would forgo her senior season to train professionally. Gardner, who now runs […]

Vision remains the same as Oregon women attempt to defend cross country title

By on Monday, Oct. 7 at 10:19 am.

The Ducks are the reigning NCAA cross country champions. This season, they are faced with the difficult task of defending the national title despite losing their top three runners, including the most decorated harrier in school history: Jordan Hasay. The Oregon women — now without Hasay, Alexi Pappas and Katie Conlon — lost not only a […]

Former Ducks represent Oregon in international competition

By on Wednesday, Oct. 2 at 10:50 am.

Many of Oregon’s former track and field stars have continued to represent the Ducks in their post-college successes both nationally and internationally. The Ducks were heavily represented over the summer at the 2013 IAAF World Championships in Moscow, Russia. English Gardner (’13) captured a second-place finish in the 4×100-meter run (42.75 seconds) at the 2013 […]

Oregon represented well in World Track and Field Championships

By on Tuesday, Aug. 13 at 8:55 am.

Eugene didn’t get the nickname “Track Town USA” without good reason, as evidenced by the World Track and Field Championships currently being held in Moscow. On Sunday, Nick Symmonds (a member of Eugene’s Oregon Track Club Elite) finished second in the 800-meter semifinals, easily getting him into the finals. Although qualifying for the finals was undoubtedly Symmonds’ […]

Zone Read: Kenjon Barner promotes NCAA Football 14, Jordan Hasay named Capital One Academic All-America of the year

By on Thursday, Jun. 27 at 3:53 pm.

If you haven’t already seen the video, former Oregon running back Kenjon Barner was recently featured in a video promoting not only Ducks football, but also the release of the video game NCAA Football 14. In the video, Barner reflects on the thrills of being a Duck and eventually asks fans to vote for the […]

Zone Read AM: UO basketball’s Richardson III to transfer, MLB seeks suspensions for PEDs

By on Wednesday, Jun. 5 at 11:14 am.

Bob Clark of the Register-Guard reports that UO basketball player Fred Richardson III has transferred to Houston Baptist, where he is already enrolled for summer classes. The 6’4″ guard and Houston native played in 10 games for the Ducks last season, scoring 24 points. Clark also adds that there are possible transfer rumors regarding Willie […]

NCAA Track and Field Preview: Oregon’s Jordan Hasay leaves behind quite a legacy

By on Sunday, Jun. 2 at 11:00 pm.

Jordan Hasay does it all. Cross country, indoor, outdoor, 1,500 or 5,000 meters, relay or individual — it doesn’t matter. Her accolades at the collegiate level are unparalleled: 15 All-American awards, national champion in two indoor track and field events, two-time Pac-12 champion in the 1,500 meters, two-time West Regional cross country champion, Pac-12 scholar […]

Zone Read AM: Pacer’s Hibbert apologizes, Hasay and Kesselring pick up more awards

By on Monday, Jun. 3 at 2:15 pm.

Pacer’s center Roy Hibbert played a great game on Saturday night to help his team defeat the Heat, but he fouled up after the game, with a crude remark in his post game press conference. Hours after he made the anti-gay reference, he reached out on Twitter to Jason Collins, who recently came out as […]

NCAA Track and Field Preview: Oregon women’s team gets its ducks in a row to dominate

By on Sunday, Jun. 2 at 10:59 pm.

The three disciplines — cross country, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field. No current student athlete who is a part of the Oregon women’s track and field team was alive when the women of Eugene brought home a national cross country title in 1987. In 2012, that changed when the women laid […]

Oregon track prepares for NCAA Championships in Eugene

By on Sunday, May. 26 at 3:45 pm.

At the conclusion of the weekend, 29 Ducks in total qualified for the NCAA championships in Eugene next week, including all four relays that Oregon competed in at the qualifier in Austin, Texas. The men’s 4×100 relay, which includes a trio of football players, were among the qualifiers for the NCAA championships. While Dior Mathis, […]

Zone Read AM: Oregon baseball earns win in game one against Gonzaga, Hasay wins Pac-12 Scholar Athlete of the Year

By on Wednesday, May. 15 at 4:11 pm.

With a walk off RBI single in the bottom of the ninth from Ryan Hambright, the Ducks grabbed a win over Gonzaga Tuesday, 4-3. The Emerald’s Aubrey Wieber has a full recap here. The game was the first of the Duck’s two-game home series against the Bulldogs. The second game will start Wednesday at 6 […]