Web Extra: Duck Men Win National Title

Oregon head coach Robert Johnson: Oregon sprinter Devon Allen: Oregon runner Mac Fleet: Oregon thrower Sam Crouser: Oregon runner Sam Prakel: Oregon runner Laura Roesler:

State Track Meet, Day Three

EUGENE, Ore. – Last year Venessa D’Arpino won three individual titles at the 4A OSAA Track Meet. This year Venessa only won one individual title. Her sister, Kerissa, won two individuals and the twins combined for Gold in the 4 x 100 relay. The North Valley girls team won the 4A team title as well. … Continue reading »

SOU’s Avila Gets Centrowitz’s Attention

EUGENE, Ore. – Eric Avila already proved he can compete with the top collegiate runners in the nation when he set the best time in the 5,000 Meter Run at the Stanford Invitational earlier this month. On Saturday, Avila established his presence among the best overall runners in the country. Avila finished 0.33 seconds behind … Continue reading »

UO Lands NCAA Track & Field Champs 8 Yrs

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon’s Historic Hayward Field will host the NCAA Track and Field Championships for the next eight years, the athletic department announced Wednesday. The department says the NCAA chose the venue for the Outdoor Track and Field Championships from 2015-2021. “We are excited that Hayward Field will remain the dream … Continue reading »

Knights Dominate State Track Meet

EUGENE, Ore. — North Valley’s Venessa D’Arpino re-wrote the state meet record book on Saturday. The Knights’ junior won the 4A State Championships in the 100, 200 and 400 meter dash, setting a new meet record in all three. D’Arpino’s sweet of the sprints was just one of many North Valley highlights on Saturday. Her … Continue reading »

Cancelled Run-Off Marks End of Trials

Jeneba Tarmoh withdrew from the scheduled runoff with Allyson Felix to determine the third and final spot on the U.S. Olympic Team in the Women’s 100 Meter Dash. The status of the tiebreaker had been up in the air for over a week until USATF decided on Sunday to hold a race on Monday. That … Continue reading »