The need for Dominic Artis to shake off the rust to get his team going was the storyline for the Ducks heading into their Thursday night matchup against the Huskies. But, it was the man who filled Artis’ role for much of the season who made all the difference when it counted. Johnathan Loyd was [...]
When the Pac-12 media members cast their votes before the college hoops season got underway, they picked the Washington Huskies to place fifth and the Oregon Ducks seventh. Well, things never really shake out like they are supposed to, and the Ducks are the three-seed and earned a bye for the first round of the [...]
Oregon women’s basketball falls to Washington 97-71, Kristi Kingma sets conference record for three-pointers
It was a historic night at Matthew Knight Arena, but it wasn’t for the home team. Washington was unconscious from the three-point line all night as they finished with 18 three-pointers (team record) and it led to their eventual blowout victory over the Ducks. The Ducks have now dropped six-straight conference games to drop even [...]
Desperate times call for desperate measures. Having lost three of the five games played without starting point guard Dominic Artis, the Oregon men’s basketball team needed answers at the point guard position. On Wednesday against Washington, playing without a still-hurt Artis, the Ducks found some solutions. Once-reserve, now-starter Johnathan Loyd had been a nonfactor in [...]
Zone Read AM: Defensive pressure the key to a Ducks win over Washington tonight, indoor track and field remains in the top 10
Tonight, the men’s basketball team faces the Washington Huskies at the Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle, Washington. After three straight Pac-12 losses, the Ducks dropped four spots to No. 23 in the AP poll this week. This will be the 294th game between the two schools, the second-longest rivalry in the conference, trailing only the [...]
While the road was supposed to travel all the way down to Miami for the title, Oregon still did work this year. The most likely destination is Glendale, Ariz., the site of the Fiesta Bowl, where the Ducks will look to put to rest haunting memories from the last time they played in Glendale: the [...]
No. 23 Washington heads to Autzen Stadium to take on No. 2 Oregon. Live coverage starts half an hour before kickoff.
The University’s “Celebrating Champions” website has released information pertinent to Saturday’s showdown between the Ducks and the Huskies. Kickoff is set for 7:36 p.m. at Autzen Stadium Weather will be clear, the temperature around 70 degrees at kickoff, dropping to around 50 degrees by midnight. Fans are encouraged to wear yellow. The gameday hashtag will [...]
The Pac-12 Championships got off to a beautiful start today at Hayward Field with 78 degree temperatures and no clouds in site.
Oregon’s men’s basketball team is in Seattle to take on the Washington Huskies in an NIT quarterfinal matchup tonight at Alaska Airlines Arena. With a trip to New York on the line, the Ducks and Huskies are set for a rubber match in a series that saw each team notch blowout wins at home this season.
Behind a strong effort from E.J. Singler, the Ducks turned it on in the second half for a thrilling home victory.
The Ducks will look to kick off conference play on a high note this weekend against a young Washington squad.
Lackluster shooting, poor passing and porous perimeter defense doomed the Ducks as they fell 76-60 to the Washington Huskies at Hec Edmundson Pavilion in Seattle on Saturday night.
Fan behavior at Husky Stadium was dangerous, and emblematic of a larger problem.
With No. 4 Stanford and USC looming on the horizon, the Ducks first have to take care of business on the road against a dangerous Washington squad.
The Huskies must execute near the goal line and contain Oregon’s return game to spring an upset in Seattle.
The Ducks moved up one spot in the standings during Tuesday’s second round.
In their first home stand since Sept. 23, the Ducks came away with a win and a tie against the Washington schools.