Topic: oregon ducks

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 […]


Brandon Austin not charged for alleged sexual assault in Providence, according to lawyer

By on Wednesday, Jul. 16 at 11:31 am.

Former Oregon men’s basketball player Brandon Austin has not been charged with allegedly sexually assaulting a woman in November while he attended Providence College, according to Austin’s lawyer, Laura Fine Moro. Fine Moro said a grand jury declined to indict both Austin and his roommate, Rodney Bullock, who was also allegedly involved in the November assault. “The grand […]


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 […]


Oregon signee Raevyn Rogers soars, wins 800 on final day of USATF Junior Championships

By on Sunday, Jul. 6 at 8:24 pm.

Incoming Oregon freshman Raevyn Rogers had quite the performance on the final day of the USATF Junior Championships Sunday at Historic Hayward Field. Rogers, who competed in the women’s 800, dominated the competition en route to a first place finish and invitation to compete later this month in the World Junior Championships. She led the […]


Future Duck Ariana Washington shines bright during day one of USATF Junior Championships

By on Saturday, Jul. 5 at 9:18 pm.

The top junior athletes, ages 16-19, flocked to Eugene as Historic Hayward Field played host for the USATF Junior Championships Saturday. The goal for all of the athletes is to qualify for the national team and represent the United States at the World Junior Championships, which is being held for the first time at Hayward […]


Chelsea Shaw named Oregon acrobatics and tumbling coach

By on Friday, Jul. 4 at 10:41 am.

Former Oregon acrobatics and tumbling athlete Chelsea Shaw was named head acrobatics and tumbling coach Thursday evening, Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens announced Thursday evening. Shaw, who is taking over for her former coach Felecia Mulkey, was a member of the first two Oregon teams that won National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association (NCATA) national championships. […]


Former Oregon defensive end Dion Jordan suspended four games

By on Friday, Jul. 4 at 10:35 am.

Former Oregon defensive end Dion Jordan, who is now with the Miami Dolphins, was suspended for four games for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing substances, the NFL announced Thursday. The former Oregon standout was selected No. 3 overall in the 2013 NFL draft and recently told reporters he gained 17 pounds of muscle this offseason. “I recently learned […]


Oregon freshman Devon Allen named USATF Athlete of the Week

By on Wednesday, Jul. 2 at 5:59 pm.

A month after winning the 110-meter hurdles in the NCAA Championships, Oregon freshman Devon Allen repeated the same performance at the U.S. Outdoor Championships in Sacramento, California last weekend. Due to his victory in last week’s event, Allen has been named as the United States of America Track and Field Athlete of the Week, the first […]


Emerald Quick Hits: Travis Walker and PJ Locke give verbal commitment to Oregon football

By on Wednesday, Jul. 2 at 11:10 am.

- Three-star safety PJ Locke recently gave his verbal commitment for Oregon football. The Beaumont Central high school prospect was ranked No. 34 overall safety in the 2015 recruiting class, according to ESPN. – After losing highly touted QB prospects Blake Barnett (committed to Alabama) and Kyler Murray (committed to Texas A&M) to other programs, Oregon made up some […]


Four-star quarterback Travis Waller verbally commits to Oregon

By on Tuesday, Jul. 1 at 11:52 am.

Four-star dual-threat quarterback Travis Waller verbally committed to the University of Oregon Tuesday morning via his Twitter account. Ranked 141st on the ESPN 300, Waller is listed as the fourth-best quarterback in the nation going into his senior season. I am truly blessed to announce that I will be committing to the University of Oregon!! […]


Former Oregon softball players get accustomed to pro life in the NPF

By on Monday, Jun. 30 at 7:45 am.

Just weeks after graduating from the University of Oregon, former softball players Courtney Ceo, Alexa Peterson and Kailee Cuico have made the jump from college to the professional softball league, the National Pro Fastpitch. After getting drafted during the season, the three are now adjusting to life in the big leagues. “I couldn’t believe I […]


Devon Allen wins and Laura Roesler sets record on final day of USATF Outdoor Championships

By on Sunday, Jun. 29 at 10:53 pm.

The final day of the 2014 USATF Outdoor Championships came to a conclusion Sunday afternoon in Sacramento, Calif. with multiple events crowning champions. It was Oregon senior Laura Roesler who had the best performance of the day for someone competing in a Ducks uniform. Roesler competed as part of a competitive women’s 800, holding her own […]


Oregon’s Mike Berry sprints to a sixth-place finish at USATF Outdoor National Championships

By on Saturday, Jun. 28 at 3:26 pm.

The action continued at the 2014 USATF Outdoor National Championships in Sacramento, Calif. Saturday afternoon as athletes competed in a combination of qualifying heats and finals. Oregon’s Mike Berry was the headliner for the Ducks as he competed in the finals of the men’s 400. Berry qualified for the event with the seventh fastest time in […]