Thursday, November 23, 2017
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Oregon’s new commitment to defense shows against CSUN

Eugene - The No. 11 Oregon Ducks used stifling defense to blow out Cal State Northridge in their season opener Friday, 91-43. Sophomore guard Sabrina...

Oregon’s plan this season: step up the defense

The Oregon Ducks enter this season as over-achievers. With a slate of newcomers last year, they were picked to finish in the bottom half of...

Oregon upsets, UConn holds off to advance to Elite 8

Bridgeport, Conn. - Oregon stunned Maryland with a dominating performance in Sweet 16 play Saturday, 77-63, to advance to the Elite 8 for the...

Seven Pac-12 teams ready to Dance

Pac-12 programs celebrated seeing a league-record seven teams earn bids to the NCAA Tournament Monday. And at the same time, coaches are looking ahead...

Six Pac-12 teams expected to make NCAA field

When the NCAA women’s basketball selection committee reveals the field of 64 teams for the upcoming NCAA tournament in two days, there’s a very...

Stanford overcomes slow start to knock off Ducks

In the first 10 minutes of their semifinal matchup with Stanford on Saturday night, the Oregon Ducks looked like the team that knocked off...

Day 2, evening session: Pac-12 Tournament standout performances

While winning is a team effort, individual performances can sometimes make the difference between getting the W and not. Such was the case in...

Oregon upsets Washington in last-second thriller

With 6.4 seconds to play, Sabrina Ionescu stepped to the line for the biggest free throws of her young collegiate career. In front of a raucous,...

The future is bright: Pac-12 freshmen having strong first seasons

It's been a banner year for the Pac 12 freshman class, and a testament to the strength of the conference that so many newcomers...

Oregon’s Sabrina Ionescu is is WomensHoopsWorld’s player of the week

Each week, a five-member womenshoopsworld.com panel votes to determine the best collegiate player of the preceding week. Not only did Oregon freshman Sabrina Ionescu have...