Crosswhite dismissed from team

The University of Oregon Athletic Department today announced that junior Ian Crosswhite, 7-0, has been dismissed from the men's basketball team for a violation of the Athletic Department's policy. <br><br> The announcement was made today by Oregon men's head coach Ernie Kent. Kent added that Crosswhite will remain at the University and will retain his scholarship through his graduation.
February 15, 2005

Crosswhite suspended indefinitely

University of Oregon Head Men's Basketball Coach Ernie Kent announced today that center/forward Ian Crosswhite has been suspended indefinitely for violating team rules. <br><br> Crosswhite, from Castlecrag, Australia, is averaging 8.4 points and 5.7 rebounds per game on the season, but has seen his numbers drop to 5.5 points and 5.2 rebounds per game in Pac-10 play. No further details were immediately available.
February 9, 2005

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

Oregon Ducks Scouting Report

The Beavers and Ducks meet for the 319th time on the hardwood this Saturday. The Beavers are looking to snap Oregon's 9-game win streak over OSU, while Oregon will be trying to win without injured point guard Aaron Brooks. <br><br> Game time is at 7:30 PM and can be seen on the Beaver Sports Network throughout Oregon.
January 9, 2004

Cold Shooting Ends Oregon's Season

In Nashville, Tennessee, the eight seed University of Oregon Ducks took on the ninth seeded University of Utah Runnin' Utes in today's first round game of the NCAA Tournament. The Runnin' Utes didn't run all that much in this contest; they really didn't have to.<BR><BR> <i> (PHOTO) The Oregon mascot shows the message "Support our troops" on the bottom of his foot during Oregon's 60-58 loss to Utah at the NCAA Midwest Regional basketball tournament in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Al Behrman)</I>
March 21, 2003