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Quack Fix: Oregon baseball swept by Arizona, spring football begins Tuesday

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  • After starting off 2015 on the right foot, the Oregon baseball team has struggled in Pac-12 play. This weekend, the Ducks were swept by the Arizona Wildcats this weekend in Tucson. Oregon has lost seven of their first nine conference games. They'll need to turn things around quickly if they have any hopes of going on that coveted trip to Omaha.
  • Video: Oregon spring football begins tomorrow with the first of 15 practices. Andrew Grief from The Oregonian has a preview of the upcoming spring season.
  • The Oregon acrobatics and tumbling team got to take a trip to paradise for a meet against Hawaii Pacific. Unfortunately, their trip was spoiled as the Sharks handed the Ducks their second loss of the year. Oregon hasn't lost two meets in one year since their inaugural season back in 2010 at MacArthur Court.
  • On the softball diamond, the Ducks defeated the Washington Huskies, 15-6 in the rubber match of their series at Howe Field. Geri Ann Glasco led the way for the Ducks with three home runs. Oregon hit a school-record eight home runs in the win as they improved to 30-4 on the year and 8-1 in Pac-12 play.