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@GoDucks: RT @OregonSB: The NCAA Softball Eugene Super Regional between Ducks & Nebraska starts at 5 pm PT Saturday at Howe Field #GoDucks #WCWS
Mon, 20 May 2013 03:08:53 +0000
@GoDucks: No. 3 @OregonSB is Super Regional bound once again! Ducks defeat No. 25 Wisconsin 3-0 in NCAA Eugene Regional Championship #WCWS
Sat, 18 May 2013 20:56:40 +0000
@GoDucks: RT @OregonSB: 15 minutes from Sunday's NCAA SB game between No. 25 Oregon & No. 25 Wisconsin. Watch at http://t.co/dcHNsw00eQ #NCAASB #WCW?
Sat, 18 May 2013 18:51:43 +0000
@GoDucks: Plenty of diamond action today as @OregonSB plays for NCAA Eugene Regional Championship at 12 & @OregonBaseball hosts Civil War at 2
Sat, 18 May 2013 17:43:21 +0000
Hailing from a town called Salmon Arm in British Columbia, everything she did was on a big scale. She put Oregon women’s basketball on the map and seemingly played everywhere else on the globe as an international star for her native Canada. The
first woman to score more than 2,000 career points was an all-America selection in every way.
She earned Kodak all-America acclaim twice in her Ducks’ career and also was an academic all-American in 1981 as well, the first-ever woman at Oregon. She dominated the woman’s game in the Northwest from 1978-82, leading the teams in
scoring, rebounding and steals regularly. She has played in Italy as a professional and in World Championships and Olympics as a Canadian. “She is Canadian basketball in my mind,” one prominent U.S. coach once said.