Sean Larson

  • joined Jan 24, 2013
  • last login Aug 22, 2014
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Recent graduate from the University of Oregon's School of Journalism and Communication. I write for Canucks Misconduct, covering Vancouver Canucks hockey and Addicted to Quack covering, you guessed it, the Oregon Ducks. You can follow me on Twitter (@seanlarson13) where I'll tweet about the Ducks, Canucks and general shenanigans.

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User Blog

Quack Fix: All We Do Is Win


Good morning and a happy Monday to you all. Smell that? It's the smell of Oregon victories left and right this weekend.

Campus Roundup: Postseason Action in Full Swing


The calendar has turned to May, and that means NCAA Regionals and Pac-12 Championships galore around campus.

De'Anthony Thomas: Dante Hall 2.0?


De'Anthony Thomas has found himself in a situation in Kansas City that he can make the most out of, just as long as he's willing to accept his role.

The Bell Lap: Keys wins Pac-12 Decathlon Title


Dakotah Keys got Oregon off on the right foot at this year's Pac-12 championships, winning his third conference title in the decathlon.

Jake Rodrigues to Transfer From Oregon


The redshirt sophomore quarterback told Mark Helfrich on Monday morning that he will be transferring from Oregon after no separation was distinguished between himself and Jeff Lockie as the No. 2...

Quack Fix: Four Ducks Drafted to NFL


The busy weekend in Oregon sports was highlighted by the NFL Draft. All that and more below.

Canucks Player Autopsy: Ryan Stanton


Please take a number at this year's Canucks Player Autopsies. No. 18, please step forward in line.

The Bell Lap: Ducks Win Seven Events in Corvallis


Your weekly rundown of Oregon Track & Field.

Oregon Releases Statement on Investigation


On Thursday, the university released a statement regarding the investigation surrounding Damyean Dotson, Dominic Artis and Brandon Austin.

Quack Fix: Kyle Long Goes to Chuck E. Cheese


It was another busy weekend in Eugene with the spring football game, baseball and softball all in action around campus. Here's your Monday helping of Ducks news to get your week started on the...

Campus Roundup: Mariasu Defeats Twifo


In this week's edition of Campus Roundup, we have some notes from Oregon's spring game as well as some promising news from PK Park as the Ducks rebounded after getting swept by Oregon State last...

Canucks Fire Tortorella


In a move that shocked nobody, the Vancouver Canucks announced on Thursday morning that John Tortorella has been relieved of his coaching duties.

Canucks Player Autopsy: Brad Richardson


Next up in our Canucks Player Autopsy series is Brad Richardson, who joined the Canucks this year as a free agent after five years with the Kings.

The Bell Lap: Cheserek Named Athlete of the Week


They don't call this kid "King Cheserek" for nothing.

Ducks Set Spring Game Rosters Through Draft

The Oregon Ducks are entering their fifth and final week of spring practices, which will culminate with Saturday's annual spring game. On Friday, the two teams were decided in a draft, with the...

Quack Fix: Men of Oregon Fly at Penn Relays


The Ducks had a big weekend on the track at the Penn Relays with wins in the DMR and 4xMile. Meanwhile, Oregon baseball left Corvallis without a win over the weekend. All that and more in today's...

Campus Roundup: Cheserek Comes Up Big Again


It was a busy week in Oregon athletics. Back east, freshman sensation Edward Cheserek led the Ducks to big wins at the Penn Relays, while acrobatics & tumbling defeated Azusa Pacific for their...

Acro Wins Fourth Straight National Championship


Oregon tallied the second-highest team score in NCATA history, redeeming a loss earlier this year against Azusa Pacific to win their fourth straight national championship.

Canucks Player Autopsy: Jason Garrison

Next up in our annual Canucks Player Autopsy series is defenseman Jason Garrison, the man with the shot hard enough to demolish a building.

The Bell Lap: Oregon Ranked No. 1 in Latest Poll


Our weekly track column finally has a catchy name, and we've got big news this week as the Ducks top the latest outdoor track & field rankings.

Oregon Well Represented in 118th Boston Marathon


Oregon is a pipeline for professional running talent, and it showed during Monday's running of the Boston Marathon as Portland's Shalane Flanagan had a record day, while Eugene's Craig Leon beat...

Canucks Player Autopsy: Henrik Sedin


The series you know and love is back. Although earlier than we would have preferred, it's time for our annual Canucks autopsies, beginning with the captain himself, Henrik Sedin.

Quack Fix: Milestone Wins for Horton, Beck


Your morning helping of Oregon Ducks news.

Campus Roundup: Ducks Track Has Big Day at Mt. Sac


Your weekly roundup of Oregon athletics is back, now on Sundays. It was an overall successful week for the Ducks as baseball and softball kept up their winning ways, while the Oregon track team had...

Eugene to Bid for 2019 IAAF World Championships


The biennial IAAF World Championships is track and field's Super Bowl. Eugene will bid to become the first city in the United States to ever host the meet.

Quack Fix: Carter to transfer, Baseball Sweeps UCR


Happy Monday, Ducks fans. Here's your morning helping of Oregon Ducks news.

Canucks Deal With Frightening End to Season

The Vancouver Canucks wrapped up their disappointing season on Sunday night with a 5-1 win over the Calgary Flames. Afterwards, nobody was talking about the win, but rather the hit on Daniel Sedin....

Ben Carter Transferring From Oregon


The sophomore from Las Vegas averaged 2.5 points and 2.5 rebounds per game this season for the Ducks, starting five times in the 25 games he appeared in.

Canucks Begin Trevor Linden Era With Loss to Avs


The Canucks and Avalanche were even after two periods, but three goals in the third period buried the Canucks on Thursday during Trevor Linden's first game as team president.

Oregon Acro's 3-Year Win Streak Snapped by APU


The Azusa Pacific Cougars shocked the Ducks on Monday night, handing them their first loss in over 1,000 days.

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