The Oregon Ducks Softball team is one game closer to securing their advance from the Softball Super Regionals after winning Friday’s game against NC State 6-1.
After a strong showing at districts, South Eugene Axemen senior Reilly Bloomer is looking to leave Eugene a champion on the same track where he watched potential Olympians.
"2008 - that is kind of when I started, and that's when the Olympic trials came around, so it definitely had a big influence," he said.
The Oregon Ducks Softball Team hasn’t lost a regional game since 2008. Now as the players head into their first regional tournament game at 5 p.m., they hope this streak continues.
After successful freshmen and sophomore seasons, expectations continue to grow for Sheldon High School golfer Ben Wanichek. The expectations got the best of him in his junior year, but now as a senior, he’s taking his game to the next level.
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Thomas Jacobs and his wife are renting out their 84-foot yacht for the week of the U.S. Open for $50,000.
Athletic director Bob De Carolis announced Monday that he is leaving Oregon State University after leading OSU athletics for nearly 13 years and working in athletics administration at the university for 17 years.
The 2015 Emerald Cup Bodybuilding, Fitness, Figure, Bikini & Physique Championships and Expo is one of the premiere events of its type in the Northwest.
The Lane United Football Club is set to open its second season at the Willamalane Center on Friday night.
Runner's World magazine recognized the Eugene Marathon as one of the nation's best.
And according to the race's director, people from 47 states and about 12 countries will be running the marathon this weekend.
A softball career that started at 9 years old has been a self-described rollercoaster for Marist senior pitcher Shawna Burke.
But ever since she committed to her craft, it's been bad news for batters.
The Oregon Ducks are forced to move on from No. 8, and the Spring Game represented the first stage of the Post-Mariota era: open auditions for the next Oregon superstar. And there is no shortage of star power to fill the vacancy.
The Big O roller derby tournament wrapped up its final day of matches on Sunday.
Hosted by the Emerald City Roller Girls, the tournament ran throughout the weekend and drew 36 teams from around the world, some from as far away as Finland and Australia.
After three rounds of tryouts, the Sea Gals final audition ended with 46 young woman trying out for 30 spots to be on the 2015 Sea Gals Squad.
Duck Football fans were out if full force today. Some even said it felt like fall when they filled the bleachers of Autzen Stadium for the annual Spring Game.