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The first ever University of Oregon virtual commencement was held on Saturday.

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The top eight players in Friday night’s WNBA Draft included Oregon’s “Big Three”, Sabrina Ionescu, Satou Sabally, and Ruthy Hebard. The draft was held in New York, with players taking part remotely.

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Oregon women’s basketball’s “Big Three” are looking forward to Friday’s WNBA draft. After winning the Pac-12 Championship, the Ducks hopes for a national title were dashed when the NCAA Tournament was cancelled due to Coronavirus concerns.

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Major accolades continue to pile on for some of the University of Oregon’s star athletes.

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Oregon’s Sabrina Ionescu was unanimously selected as the AP women’s National Player of the Year on Monday. Ionescu is the first Duck to ever win the award, and only the second ever recipient to be selected unanimously.

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The University of Oregon women’s basketball team is lamenting the sudden end to the post-season.

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Oregon women’s basketball won their second Pac-12 Tournament title in the last three years, rolling past Stanford in the championship game in Las Vegas on Sunday. The Ducks' 89-56 victory was their 19th straight win.

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It’s on to the Pac-12 Championship game for Oregon Women’s basketball after their semi-final win over Arizona on Saturday in Las Vegas.

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The top-seeded Oregon Women’s Basketball team is set to face No. 8 Utah on Friday in the Pac-12 tournament in Las Vegas. The Ducks are coming off victories at home last weekend where they won the regular season championship for a third year in a row.

Lost But Not Forgotten #24

Mar 5, 2020
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The Number 3 University of Oregon women’s basketball team marches to the PAC-12 tournament Friday. Team star Sabrina Ionesco’s basketball IQ resembles another great, Bev Smith. Smith, a two-time All-American, was so successful the U of O retired her number 24, in 1982. Now that number is on another player’s uniform, forward Ruthy Hebard.  


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The Pac-12 champion and third-ranked University of Oregon Women’s basketball team closed out their regular season with a win over Washington at home in front of a sold out Matthew Knight Arena on Sunday. 

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No. 3 Oregon clinched their third straight outright Pac-12 championship on Friday night with their 88-57 win over Washington State in front of a sellout crowd at Matthew Knight Arena.

Ruthy Hebard had 28 points and 14 rebounds for her 15th double-double, and the 54th of her career. Satou Sabally added 22 for the Ducks before she left the game in the 3rd quarter with an apparent ankle injury.

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The No. 3 University of Oregon's Women's basketball team is ready for the final round of Pac-12 play. This weekend's Senior Day will be especially celebratory.

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University of Oregon women's basketball star Sabrina Ionescu made history Monday night at Stanford. She became the first player - male or female - in NCAA history to reach 2,000 points, 1,000 assists and 1,000 rebounds.

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It was another full house at sold out Matthew Knight Arena on Sunday, and another Duck win as No. 3 Oregon defeated No.19 Arizona State, 79-48, in front of 12,364 fans. 

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Sabrina Ionescu earned her 24th career triple-double Friday night as No. 3 Oregon dominated No. 12 Arizona at Matthew Knight Arena. Ionescu had 15 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists, extending her lead as the all-time triple-double leader in NCAA history in the 85-52 win.

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It was all Ducks on Monday night in what was billed to be one of their toughest battles so far this season. Ruthy Hebard had 22 points and 12 rebounds to help No. 3 Oregon beat fourth-ranked Connecticut 74-56, handing the Huskies their first loss on campus in seven years.

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In Salt Lake City, Satou Sabally scored 23 points and Ruthy Hebard added 21 points to lead No. 3 Oregon to a 90-63 victory over Utah. 

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Three family members of former University of Oregon baseball star J.J. Altobelli were among those who died in the helicopter crash that claimed the lives of Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna.

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In a highly anticipated match up, No. 4 Oregon topped No. 7 Oregon State 76-64 Friday night in the first of two Civil War games to be played in less than 48 hours.

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“The Hottest Player in College Basketball is Named Sabrina.” That was the headline for an article this week in the Wall Street Journal, detailing the rise of Oregon point guard and women’s college basketball National Player of the Week, Sabrina Ionescu.

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Sabrina Ionescu had a career-high 37 points to become Oregon's all-time leading scorer, and the No. 6 Ducks handed No. 3 Stanford its first conference loss with an 87-55 victory on Thursday night.

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It was a good day at Autzen Stadium in Eugene on Saturday as the Ducks clinched the Pac-12 North title for the first time since 2014 with their 34-6 routing of the Arizona Wildcats (4-6). The win means the Ducks will play in the Pac-12 Championship game on Dec.6 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Ca. Quarterback Justin Herbert completed 20 of 28 passes for 333 yards- his 8th time passing for over 300 yards. The Ducks are now 9-1 for the year.

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College basketball season is fast approaching and polls released Monday have local women’s teams faring well this year.

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University of Oregon Women’s Basketball’s standout guard Sabrina Ionescu is returning for her senior season.

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University of Oregon’s Final Four debut was a thriller with 12 ties and 12 lead changes, but in the end, No. 1 Baylor came out on top as the No. 2 Ducks fell with a final score of 72-67.

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After NCAA Tournament victories, the University of Oregon Women’s and Men’s Basketball teams are headed to the Sweet Sixteen.

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The University of Oregon Women’s Basketball team fell to Stanford in the Pac-12 Tournament Championship game in Las Vegas on Sunday night.

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For the second straight year Oregon edged UCLA in the semifinals to advance to the championship game in the Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament.

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The University of Oregon’s Women’s Basketball team was already on a high from earning back to back regular season Pac-12 championships this week, and then the team received two esteemed awards from the conference on Tuesday.