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From The Dugout: Ducks Enjoy Trip To Bend

Oct. 28, 2010

Oregon’s fall was highlighted by its second annual trip to Bend. Please check out the video below. A special thanks to senior Mitch Karraker for taking the time to direct this ensemble. Nearly 300 fans watched the scrimmage in Bend on Oct. 16, while 70 youngsters participated in the clinic afterward.





It’s been nearly five months since UO’s season came to a close with a second place finish at the Norwich Regional, but that hasn’t stopped the Ducks from garnering national attention.

Most recently, Cape Cod All-Star and Oregon shortstop KC Serna was chosen by The College Baseball Blog as one of the top 100 players in the country. Read the article by clicking HERE.

Also, Bob Clark from the Register Guard caught up with head coach George Horton last week. Read the article by clicking HERE.

Also, here is a great article from Ben Schorzman about the versatility of Oregon sophomore Jack Marder. Click HERE.

Also, a special thanks to Jerry Allen for catching up with George Horton and KC Serna at practice last week, as well as introducing Duck fans to freshmen Tyler Kuresa and Brett Thomas. All four videos are posted below.




Head Coach George Horton


Junior shortstop KC Serna


Freshman infielder Tyler Kuresa


Freshman outfielder Brett Thomas

And obviously Oregon’s 2010 recruiting class has received a lot of attention; here are the top-5 evaluations from Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America.

Oregon also held its annual banquet and alumni game earlier this month. Below are the 2010 Team Awards.

Most Improved Academic Achievement: Ryan Hambright
Outstanding Academic Achievement: Dylan Gavin
Most Improved: Madison Boer
Team Captains: Geoff Nichols and Scott McGough
Best Teammate: Geoff Nichols
Outstanding Offensive Player: Eddie Rodriguez
Outstanding Defensive Player: J.J. Altobelli
Most Valuable Pitcher: Tyler Anderson
Most Valuable Player: Eddie Rodriguez
Golden Needle: Tom Embree