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@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
@GoDucks: Big Civil War W by No. 10 @OregonBaseball tonight, blanking the No. 6 Beavs 3-0. Need 1 more win this weekend to clinch series
Sat, 18 May 2013 03:55:56 +0000
He may have been too big for the train’s sleeping berths on road trips, but he was just the right size for Oregon’s most decorated basketball team. The tallest player on the west coast at 6-8 also was one of its best and he proved it by leading the Tall Firs to the 1939 NCAA championship. During the Ducks’ unprecedented drive to the national title, he not only used his offensive skills as an uncharteristically fine outside shooter, but was categorized as Coach Howard Hobson’s best defender.
He finished second to a teammate among Northern Division scorers, led the league in field goals and must have been the leading rebounder, although those statistics weren’t recorded. After pulling down 31 rebounds in a game at Washington, he was lauded for his aggressiveness by vanquished opponents. He scored 28 points in the three NCAA tournament games and was accorded all-America honors following his senior season.