KEZI 9 Sports

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Name: KEZI 9 Sports
Date registered: August 8, 2012

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  1. SSE: Lancers Reunite to Host Hoops Camp — July 28, 2014
  2. Web Extra: TTUSA High Performance Meet — July 26, 2014
  3. Pac-12 Media Days: Duck & Beaver Wrap-up — July 25, 2014
  4. Web Extra: Day 4 of IAAF World Juniors — July 25, 2014
  5. Web Extra: Taylor, Merritt, Richardson — July 25, 2014

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  1. Deja Vu: Ducks Lose Heartbreaker, 38-28 — 4 comments
  2. Web Extra: Jackson, Aliotti, Marshall — 2 comments
  3. Oregon State Reveals New Logo, Brand — 2 comments
  4. Who Needs Pretty? #8 OSU Beats Utes 21-7 — 2 comments
  5. Beavers Stunned by Eastern Washington — 1 comment

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Ems End 3-Game Skid on a Walk-Off Walk

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds EUGENE, Ore.– The Emeralds came into Saturday night’s game looking to salvage the final game of a three-game series against the rival Volcanoes. They ran into a left-handed starter for the Volcanoes in Andrew Leenhouts who was determined to bring home the sweep. Leenhouts retired the first 15 men that he faced … Continue reading »

Ems Drop 14-Inning Marathon to Volcanoes

EUGENE, Ore.– The Eugene Emeralds and Salem Volcanoes combined for a Northwest League record-breaking 39 strikeouts in a game that featured jaw-dropping pitching and big hits. In the top of the 14th inning, Salem’s Fernando Pujadas hit a solo home run to eventually win, 5-4.

Ems Drop Another One to Tri City, 5-4

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds PASCO, Washington – For the sixth time in the past eight games the Emeralds got on the scoreboard first, but the Tri City Dust Devils responded quickly and never looked back as they handed Eugene their second straight loss, 5-1. After the Ems had their four-game win streak snapped in dramatic fashion … Continue reading »

Tri-City Ends Ems’ Win Streak at Four

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds PASCO, Wash.– The Ems were as close as four outs away from winning their fifth straight and moving above .500 for the first time this season, but a wild and explosive eighth inning led to a Dust Devils comeback as the Emeralds fell, 6-4. The Emeralds entered tonight’s game having scored first … Continue reading »

Web Extra: OTC Stars Before US Nationals

Track Town CEO Vin Lananna: OTC Elite head coach Mark Rowland: OTC Elite  runner/former Duck Elijah Greer: OTC Elite  runner/former Duck Jordan McNamara: OTC Elite runner Hassan Mead: OTC Elite runner Lauren Johnson:  

Santos’ Slam Leads Ems to Sweep of Boise

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds EUGENE, Ore.– For the second time in three nights it was the Emeralds jumping ahead early. Eugene used four singles to plate three runs in the 1st with the big hit coming from Marcus Davis who drove in two runs with two outs. Boise did not take long to respond after Ems … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Dixon, Dickson and Barner

Former Oregon quarterback Dennis Dixon: Former Oregon tight end Ed Dickson: Former Oregon running back Kenjon Barner:

Ems Walk Off for Second Straight Win

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds EUGENE, OR – Starting pitcher Yimmi Brasoban was put behind the eight-ball right off the bat when SS Franchy Cordero committed a throwing error allowing the first batter of the game to reach safely. Cleanup man Danny Canela would drive him in two batters later with a double giving Boise the early … Continue reading »

Ems Top Boise in Home Opener for 1st Win

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds EUGENE, OR – The Ems came home from the first roadtrip winless but after some timely hitting and strong pitching Eugene gave a 3,508 person crowd what they came to see. The scoring started in the second inning when a hit batsman and a Felipe Blanco double setup runners in scoring position. … Continue reading »

SSE: 1-on-1 With Oregon’s Mike White

EUGENE — Oregon softball coach Mike White sits down with KEZI 9 Sports Director Jake Zivin for a one-on-one interview to discuss Oregon’s run to the Women’s College Women’s Series, his future at Oregon, and if he would leave Eugene if a new softball stadium isn’t built.

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