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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.

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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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 Oregon Women’s Basketball team is in the Final Four of the NCAA tournament. The Ducks play Baylor Friday at 4 o’clock.

Bev Smith coached the women’s team from 2001 to 2009. She’s also played for the Ducks and is a 2-time All-American. She now coaches kids as Director of Kidsports in Eugene. 

Bev Smith was inducted into the PAC-12 Hall of Honors last month in Las Vegas. 

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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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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.

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The best season in the history of Oregon women’s basketball has ended. The No. 2 Ducks lost 84-74 last night to No. 1 Notre Dame in Spokane.