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@GoDucks: Liz Brenner wins fan vote for SI College Athlete of the Year, but UNC's Loren Shealy takes home 2013 honor http://t.co/3uKzXsSzTC
Wed, 22 May 2013 16:50:48 +0000
@GoDucks: RT @wintheday: Liz has dropped to 2nd in SI College Athlete of the Year. Vote now! http://t.co/poJic24xUj
Wed, 22 May 2013 00:55:27 +0000
@GoDucks: Today's game between @OregonBaseball & OSU in Corvallis was rained out & will not be made up. Teams split reg season series 2-2
Wed, 22 May 2013 00:49:49 +0000
@GoDucks: That's a wrap: Ducks win 2012-13 Civil War series vs. OSU http://t.co/xTpnkfiLXg
Tue, 21 May 2013 22:44:25 +0000
PERSONAL — Born Boyd Jon Cooper Teague Jr., on May 16, 1986 in Portland, Ore. Parents: Jon and Colleen Teague. Family: Two brothers. High School (Coach): David Douglas (Dan Wood) 2004. Major: Business Administration. Redshirt: 2004.
2008 — Completed his career as a four-year letterwinner ... First team Pac-10 academic all-conference ... Appeared in seven games, blocking for Oregon’s school-record rushing offense ... Played 20 or more snaps five times, including a season-high 37 at Washington State.
2007 — Continued progress as an important reserve on the offensive line, appearing in a career-high nine games. On the field for a season-high 40 plays at Michigan. Saw 30 snaps vs. Washington State and 23 vs. Fresno State.
2006 — Made appearances in seven games, logging more snaps (202) than any other reserve along the offensive line. Earned a pair of starting nods at left guard vs. Washington State and Portland State in the place of injured starter Josh Tschirgi. Named to Pac-10’s first-team academic all-conference contingent.
2005 — Worked his way into the lineup on four occasions, including 12 snaps at Stanford. and 10 vs. Montana.
2004 — Recognized for aiding preparations as scout team’s offensive player of the week leading up to the Arizona State game.
HIGH SCHOOL — The two-time first-team Mt. Hood Conference on both offense and defense was named the league’s defensive player of the year his senior season. Also accorded second-team all-state honors (The Oregonian) on defense and third-team all-state status on offense for teams that claimed the conference championship in 2001 and ‘03. The school’s salutatorian and conference’s football scholar/athlete lineman award recipient also finished second in the conference’s wrestling championships (heavyweight) to help pace team to the 2004 league crown.