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OSU fb, Aug. 6

CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Pac-12 Conference released its revised conference schedule for the 2020 season on Friday. The Beavers are slated for five games at Reser Stadium, and five away, with the opener scheduled f...
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OSAA’s New Plan, Aug. 6

Adapting to restrictions from COVID-19, the OSAA has set a new course for 2020-21 school activities. Taking a cue from Nevada's association, the OSAA announced Wednesday that it has opted to schedule truncated...
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Duck FB, Aug. 5

UO release - SAN FRANCISCO – Following an announcement three weeks ago to play only conference games during the 2020 season, the Pac-12 unveiled a 10-game slate that is scheduled to begin on Saturday, Sept. 26,...
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Prep Sports this Fall, July 23

The Oregon Schools Activities Association (OSAA) Executive Board met this week to discuss the upcoming Fall Prep Sports Seasons with the COVID-19 virus hanging in the air. The OSAA has moved the start date for ...
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OSU’s Robinson, July 15

Former Oregon State University men’s basketball coach Craig Robinson, brother of Michelle Obama, is the new executive director of the National Association of Basketball Coaches. The NABC has a membership of mor...
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SWOCC sports, July 14

Southwestern Oregon is a member of the NWAC. NWAC Announces Return to Play for 2020-21 - Posted: Jul 09, 2020 - Vancouver, Wash. - With the 2020-2021 school year quickly approaching, and the goal to provide pra...
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Letter to Duck Fans, July 13

Dear Duck Fans: Good afternoon, and I hope this message finds you and your family healthy and in good spirits. As always, thank you for your continued generous support of our Oregon Ducks student-athletes. As y...
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UO xc, June 29

UO release - EUGENE, Ore. – The Ducks' standout trio of Carmela Cardama Baez, James West and Max Vollmer have earned spots on the 2019-20 Academic All-America Track & Field/Cross Country teams, as voted on ...
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Civil War No More, June 29

Oregon and Oregon State will no longer refer to their annual sporting clashes as “The Civil War.” Both schools decided Friday, June 26 to drop the handle seen as disparaging to some because “it represents a con...