College Sports

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Ionsecu, April 6

EUGENE, Ore. – Sabrina Ionescu won her fifth national player of the year award on Friday morning, becoming the first Oregon player ever to take home the Citizen Naismith Trophy presented by the Atlanta Tipoff C...
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UO Pritchard Lute Olson Award Winner, March 27

BOSTON – Oregon's Payton Pritchard was named the recipient of the 2019-20 Lute Olson Award, which is presented annually to the nation's top Division I player, on Wednesday by CollegeInsider.com. Pritchard is th...
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Duck AP Player of the Year, March 24

EUGENE, Ore. – A few days after being named an Associated Press first-team all-American for the third straight year, Oregon women's basketball senior Sabrina Ionescu on Monday was unanimously selected as the AP...
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No Spring UO Football Game, March 23

Because of the COVID-19 virus outbreak, the University of Oregon has decided to forego its annual Spring Football Game this year scheduled for April 18, 2020 at Autzen Stadium in Eugene....
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Pritchard AP All American, March 23

UO release - EUGENE, Ore. – Payton Pritchard added to his growing list of accolades by coming the first Associated Press first team All-American in school history on Friday, March 20. The senior guard was joine...
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NAIA COVID-19, March 19

The NAIA college division of sports has cancelled the Spring Sports Season for its member teams because of the COVID-19 virus. The Cascade Collegiate Conference is part of the NAIA. Athletes in the CCC will not...
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NWAC Cuts Spring Sports, March 19

SWOCC is a member of NWAC. The Northwest Athletic Conference has decided to cancel all spring sport competition and NWAC Championship events, effective immediately. This is a decision that we do not take lightl...
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Autzen Scoreboard, March 18

It will be considered the biggest scoreboard at any college sports venue in the nation when installed at Autzen Stadium in Eugene. The University of Oregon’s Board of Trustees approved the $12 million project t...
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UO wbxb, March 18

It will be remembered as that “you’ll never know” season. Just how far could Oregon’s women had gone in the NCAA Basketball Tournament this year. The COVID-19 virus changed everything except the final Associate...