WELCOME

The Order of the O is for UO former student-athletes who have earned a varsity letter in an intercollegiate sport while at Oregon. The purpose of the Order of the O is to perpetuate the legacy and tradition of University of Oregon Athletics. We promote excellence and leadership of all athletic programs by fostering enduring relationships among current athletes and former letter winners.

The Order of the O has become a productive, viable asset to the University of Oregon by adding value to the UO Athletic department and current student-athletes. Connecting Duck athlete alumni with current Ducks through mentorship and networking, the Order of the O is giving back by building a community to support among fellow Duck athletes.

Once a Duck, Always a Duck!

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SEE BELOW FOR RECENT NEWS EVERY DUCKS FAN AND ORDER OF THE O MEMBER SHOULD REALLY KNOW!

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SEE IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR 2021 MEMBERSHIP HERE

SEE NOTIFICATION OF ADDITIONAL OO BENEFITS HERE

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WE WOULD LIKE TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO TWO NEW SERIES BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT FEATURING UO ATHLETICS ALUMNI WHOSE CONTRIBUTIONS AS DUCKS MERIT A LOOK BACK.

PLEASE CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK: https://orderoftheo.com/bring-em-back/

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE OREGON WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL TEAM – – BACK TO THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT. 

APRIL 15, 2021: Oregon got its NCAA Tournament run off to a dominant start, knocking off Notre Dame in straight sets, 25-17, 25-22, 25-13, to advance to the Sweet Sixteen for the seventh time in school history.

Up Next: Oregon will play the winner of Purdue and High Point in the Sweet Sixteen on Sunday. Match times will be announced at the end of play today.

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Q. WHAT OREGON TEAM HAS A RECORD OF 23-1 AS ON MARCH 29, 2021?
 
 
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MARCH 24, 2021: TRACK AND FIELD OUTDOOR SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED:

RETURN TO HAYWARD FIELD

  

EUGENE, Ore. – As part of its highly anticipated outdoor schedule, the Oregon track and field team will host five meets at the newly reimagined Hayward Field at the University of Oregon. The Ducks’ first home competition in nearly three years was the Hayward Premiere, held in early April. The meet was the first in Eugene since the 2018 NCAA Championships.

FOR FULL STORY SEE: https://goducks.com/news/2021/3/24/track-and-field-return-to-hayward-field-highlights-outdoor-schedule.aspx

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Back-To-Back Champs!

The Oregon men’s basketball team beat Oregon State on Sunday to secure the Pac-12 regular-season title.

For full story see:https://goducks.com/news/2021/3/7/mens-basketball-back-to-back-champs.aspx

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MARCH 13, 2021

Oregon Ducks men win NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships.

FOR FULL STORY SEE: https://goducks.com/news/2021/3/13/track-and-field-men-of-oregon-win-2021-ncaa-indoor-title.aspx

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March 2, 2021:  2021 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED

THE DUCKS WILL PLAY IN AUTZEN STADIUM SEVEN TIMES THIS FALL, THE PAC-12 CONFERENCE ANNOUNCED TUESDAY.

For full story see: https://goducks.com/news/2021/3/2/2021-football-schedule-announced.aspx

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2021 FOOTBALL RECRUITS – OREGON’S HIGHEST RANKED RECRUTING CLASS EVER!!!

COACHES REVIEW OF THE RECRUITING CLASS OF 2021.  CLICK ON LINK BELOW.

https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1ynJOBkjkMvGR

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BREAKING NEWS: JANUARY 29, 2021

OREGON MEN DMR CLOCKS ALL-TIME NCAA, WORLD BESTS

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Just over a year ago, the Men of Oregon took down a 12-year-old collegiate record in the distance-medley relay at the Razorback Invitational. Friday night at the Randal Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville, Ark., history repeated itself with the Ducks breaking their own record this time by more than five seconds with a time of 9:19.42 to cap Oregon’s indoor season opener.

Collectively, the Men and Women of Oregon recorded seven UO top-10 marks Friday at the Razorback Invitational including the record-breaking DMR showing.

Cole Hocker (2:49.89), Luis Peralta (47.29), Charlie Hunter (1:47.65) and Cooper Teare (3:54.61) not only broke the NCAA record but set a new all-time world best in the event. The team that had the previous mark of 9:19.93 from 2015 featured two past UO greats in Mike Berry and Matthew Centrowitz. Eric Sowinski and Pat Casey were also part of that relay.

SEE FULL RELEASE: https://goducks.com/news/2021/1/29/track-and-field-dmr-clocks-all-time-ncaa-world-bests.aspx

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DUCKS REPEAT AS PAC-12 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS

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Just for fun: Yoda and the Padawan

DECEMBER 27, 2020