Quarterback Marcus Mariota and center Hroniss Grasu announced on Tuesday afternoon that they will both be returning to play football for the Ducks in 2014. Mariota, a redshirt sophomore from Honolulu, Hawaii and Grasu, a redshirt junior from Los Angeles, Calif., announced their intent to return to the University of Oregon to finish out their […]
The Oregon Ducks played their first Ivy League opponent, the New Jersey Princeton University Tigers, at Matthew Knight Arena on Sunday, Dec. 1. The Oregon Ducks had a slow start as they were trailing at the half, but after a halftime pep talk by head coach Paul Westhead, they were able to clench the victory […]
The No. 14 Oregon Ducks beat the University of North Dakota 91-76 at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Ore., on Nov. 30, 2013. The Oregon Ducks led throughout the entire game against the University of North Dakota and were up 49-32 at halftime thanks to making 100 percent of their free-throws during the first half. […]
Here are the Emerald’s top 10 images from Oregon’s 36-35 nail-biter of a victory over the Oregon State Beavers in the 117th Civil War on Friday, Nov. 27. Click here to view the pre-game festivities photos. Click here to view the first half photo gallery. Click here to view the second half photo gallery.
Click here for the pre-game festivities photos. Click here to view the first half gallery.
For the fourth time this season, the Ducks don’t lead at halftime. After Oregon got out to a quick 14-0 lead through one quarter, the Oregon State Beavers came roaring back, outscoring the Ducks 17-3 in the second quarter in the 117th edition of the Civil War game. Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota struggled in the […]
The 117th Civil War pits the Oregon Ducks (9-2) against their in-state rivals, the Oregon State Beavers (6-5). The Ducks lead all-time with a 60-46-10 record. Oregon is coming off a stunning 42-16 upset loss against the Arizona Wildcats in Tucson, while the Beavers were recently routed at home in a 69-27 loss to the […]
After their first road game of the year at the No. 1 ranked UConn on Wednesday, the Oregon women’s basketball team play the Pepperdine University Waves at Matthew Knight Arena on Monday, Nov. 25. The Ducks ended the first half leading 48-32, and maintained their lead with a final score of Waves 83-80 over the […]
Here are the Emerald’s top 10 images from Oregon’s 42-16 upset loss to the Arizona Wildcats on Saturday, Nov. 23. Click here to view the pre game festivities photos. Click here to view the first half photo gallery. Click here to view the second half photo gallery.
The No. 5 Oregon Ducks play the Arizona Wildcats in Tucson, Ariz. on a rainy Saturday afternoon. Oregon leads the all-time series at 24-14, with a 11-9 record in Tucson. The Ducks have won the last five games against the Wildcats, including the last two on the road. The Oregon Ducks are looking for the […]
The Oregon men are poised to make some noise at the NCAA cross country championships, something they haven’t been able to do either of the past two seasons. After finishing 20th last year and failing to qualify in 2011, Oregon enters Saturday’s NCAA championships ranked as the No. 5 team in the nation. The battle […]
In high school, my dad and I would watch ESPN to get sports news. It has remained one of my favorite memories of adolescence. Every now and then, the topic of whether players in the NCAA should be paid would be brought up by sports commentators. As 2013 comes to a close, the dream of […]
The Oregon Ducks took on the No. 20 California Golden Bears at Matthew Knight Arena on Friday, Nov. 15. The Ducks swept the Bears 25-21 for three consecutive sets, closing out Cal and keeping Oregon’s NCAA tournament hopes alive. The Ducks face the Oregon State Beavers next on Friday, Nov. 29 in Oregon’s last regular […]
The Oregon Ducks fall to the Stanford Cardinal at Matthew Knight Arena Thursday night in four sets. Oregon lost the first set 25-15 then came back to win the second 25-20. They lost the following two sets 25-23 and 25-15 to Stanford. With the loss, the Ducks look for redemption when they play California tomorrow […]
The good, the bad, the ugly: Oregon volleyball finishes comeback, Phil Knight wears Crimson Tide gear
The Good: – Oregon volleyball is showing a lot of heart as the team dug deep once again to pull off an amazing comeback win against UCLA on Sunday. In the third set, trailing 25-24 and facing elimination, the Ducks scored three straight points to stay alive against the Bruins. They completed the 3-2 victory […]
U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken ruled on Friday in Oakland, Calif. that a group of college athletes could file a class action lawsuit against the NCAA with the intent to earn money from their images. This ruling is part of a case filed in 2009 that is hoping to create a system where revenue created […]
During Stanford’s 17-14 upset victory over Oregon in Eugene last year, Tyler Gaffney was nothing more than a spectator. Gaffney, a former running back for the Cardinal, gave up football in favor of a professional baseball career after being drafted in the 24th round by the Pittsburgh Pirates following his junior season in 2011. “I […]
Oregon men’s basketball players Dominic Artis and Ben Carter have officially been suspended for the first nine games of the season, the University of Oregon announced Thursday morning. The suspension for Dominic Artis & Ben Carter will be the first 9 games of the season. — Oregon Basketball (@OregonMBB) November 7, 2013 The two sophomores […]
Oregon basketball players Dominic Artis and Ben Carter have been suspended from the team Tuesday for selling team gear, a violation of NCAA rules. According to a press release sent out Tuesday evening, both players have been suspended for an undetermined number of games and must donate the value of the apparel to charity. The […]
A mix of returning players and transfers warmed up for practice at Matthew Knight Area on Oct. 24, shooting, laughing, even singing. Among the group was transfer guard Joseph Young. But unlike every other player on the tree-designed floor, Young wasn’t eligible to play for the Ducks. The redshirt junior wasn’t the only one who […]