Luke Jackson Introduced as New Coach

EUGENE, Ore. – The Northwest Christian University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics announced during an afternoon press conference on Wednesday that former NBA and University of Oregon basketball player Luke Jackson has been named the tenth Head Coach for the Beacon Men's Basketball program.
February 20, 2013

Previewing Michigan vs. Oregon

GBW takes a look at a few keys to the games and the coaches (Kent and Amaker) take time to address media questions.
March 30, 2004

Our All-Conference Hardware

When you look around the conference, there are a few coaches you would not trust to give you directions to the freeway, much less select the exalted Pac-10 honors for this 2003-04 season. So we have polled our top basketball minds on <i>The Bootleg</i> staff to come up with our own First Team, Player of the Year, Coach of the Year and Frosh of the Year. A couple results might surprise you...
March 16, 2004

Scouting Report: Oregon

Both Arizona and Oregon need to win this game. The Cats can use a quality win to improve their seeding, while Oregon needs a big win simply to improve their tournament chances. Oregon is awfully tough at Mac Court, but the Cats are one of the few teams who have won in Eugene the past few seasons.<BR> Join us in the <A href="http://arizona.theinsiders.com/3/chat.html">CHAT ROOM</A> during the game for analysis, discussion and updates.
February 17, 2004

Oregon Scouting Report II

Oregon State kicks off the second half of the season with a trip down to Eugene. A five-game conference losing streak and a 10-game McArthur Court losing streak face the Beavers on Saturday. <br><br> Tipoff is at 4:00 p.m. PST. The contest can be seen live on FoxSports NW.
February 6, 2004

Card Climb Back, Survive Upset Saturday

Spreading faster than the avian flu, there was a disease striking Top 25 programs with alarming results on Saturday. Top ranked teams were dropping like flies, and Stanford looked like their unbeaten status was in grave danger as they trailed at Oregon by 19 in the second half. Then a funny thing happened: two unlikely Cardinal players stepped up and pulled an anemic offense forward to one of the great comeback wins in Stanford Hoops history.
January 31, 2004