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Quack Fix: Former Oregon track & field stars return to Hayward, Oregon softball earns No. overall 2 seed

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  • The always entertaining Oregon Twilight meet took place this weekend at Hayward Field, serving as a bit of a reunion for some big names of Oregon track & field who returned to their old stomping grounds. Among those returning to Hayward Field was Ashton Eaton, the world record holder in the decathlon Current Ducks also had a successful night, including Eric Jenkins and Will Geoghegan, both who broke four minutes in the mile.
  • After clinching the Pac-12 title, Oregon softball earned the No. 2 overall seed in the NCAA tournament. They'll host BYU, North Dakota State and Fresno State at Howe Field. Oregon will kick off the tournament against BYU on Thursday at 5:00 p.m. PT.
  • Ted Miller has his post-spring bold predictions for the Pac-12, starting off with one that can only be described as the hawtest of takes. Miller believes it will be Jeff Lockie, not Vernon Adams, who gets the start against Eastern Washington. Of course, if that happens, what will the media write about the game that was supposed to be an awkward reunion between Adams and the team he left behind?
  • Over on the baseball diamond, Oregon picked up its third straight series win with a 7-2 victory over Washington State. It was also the first time all year the Ducks had won a Pac-12 series on the road. The Ducks are back in Eugene this week for games against Gonzaga on Tuesday and Wednesday before a weekend series in Salt Lake City against Utah.