The Ducks added a medal in the 4x400 meter relay to their already impressive haul, while Matthew Centrowitz wrapped up a long season.
Two days removed from the formal end of preseason camp, the Ducks began their first game week prep of the season.
Ashton Eaton broke his own world record in the decathlon, while a trio of Ducks won silver in the 4x100 meter relay.
The Ducks notched their second straight sweep with a 25-11, 25-21, 25-15 victory over the Mids.
An early goal by San Francisco proved to be the decider as the Oregon soccer team fell 1-0 Friday night at Papé Field.
Oregon started the 2015 season the same way it has started the past 11 seasons – with a win.
Quarterback Vernon Adams and center Matt Hegarty were listed as starters on a depth chart the Ducks compiled Friday.
Two-time defending decathlon World Champion Ashton Eaton bookended his day with record breaking results.
The Ducks wrapped up preseason camp Thursday in Autzen Stadium with their second and final scrimmage of August.
Matthew Centrowitz advanced in the 1,500 meters, and senior Johnathan Cabral wrapped up his season with a personal best in the 110 hurdles.
Young but talented, the Ducks will learn a lot about themselves with nine matches on the road over the next two weeks.
The Oregon soccer team returns to Papé Field this weekend as it hosts San Francisco Friday night and Fresno State Sunday afternoon.