For the remainder of the 2013 season, University of Oregon athletic teams will wear a patch honoring the memory of men’s tennis star Alex Rovello, who passed away March 11 as a result of a diving accident at Tamolitch Falls along the McKenzie River east of Eugene.
The new identity pays tribute to America's greatest urban legend, the legend of Sasquatch in the Pacific Northwest. The primary logo features a Sasquatch unearthing trees behind "Emeralds" lettering.
The University of Oregon baseball team and the Eugene Emeralds have teamed up to honor the men and women of the military who never returned from fighting for the United States of America. The two organizations have painted a stadium seat in PK Park black with the POW/MIA logo to honor those soldiers and sailors who were captured or lost while serving.
A state House committee heard brief testimony Wednesday but took no action on a bill that would make coaches personally liable for the university's legal fees and other costs if they "intentionally or recklessly" commit a major NCAA rules violation.
With so many world-class golf courses in Scotland, places like St. Andrews and Turnberry garner much of the attention while many others go relatively unnoticed by the rest of the world. Those that are golf-centric know full well about those underrated layouts. Such is the case for Cruden Bay. That's where KVAL Sports Director Tom Ward is for tonight's 'Wide World of Golf.'
After nearly four months of awaiting a decision on the return of professional basketball, Seattle was left Wednesday feeling jilted again.
After years of traveling the Northwest and beyond, KVAL Sports Director Tom Ward is getting a chance to visit the home of golf, Scotland, for his series 'Wide World of Golf.' First stop, where it all began, The Old Course in Saint Andrews.
The tour of Scotland continues for KVAL Sports Director Tom Ward as he makes his way north in the latest installment of 'Wide World of Golf'. Tom checks in from a hotel fit for a king, literally. Old Meldrum.
Built on the world's largest sand dune, Trump International Golf Club isn't even a year old yet, but it is gaining plenty of attention. In tonight's 'Wide World of Golf', KVAL Sports Director Tom Ward makes a stop north of Aberdeen, Scotland. That's where 'The Donald's' newest palace sits.
After years of traveling the Northwest and beyond, KVAL Sports Director Tom Ward is getting a chance to visit the home of golf, Scotland, for his series 'Wide World of Golf.' First up? Bishop's Castle in Saint Andrews.
The owner of the Italian entry in the America's Cup said Friday his boat will compete in this summer's races after all, but he suggested a new precaution.
New York Jets running back Mike Goodson is facing drug and weapons charges after he was found in a car with an acquaintance early Friday morning on Interstate 80 in New Jersey.
The 3rd seeded Ducks took care of BYU on Thursday night 5-2 to win their first game of the NCAA Regionals at Howe Field.
A person familiar with the deal says the Maloof family has reached an agreement with a Sacramento group headed by software tycoon Vivek Ranadive to sell a 65 percent controlling interest in the Kings at a total franchise valuation of $535 million.
One of the great mysteries of Scotland is the body of water known as Loch Ness. The big question: is there some kind of creature that lurks beneath the surface in the murky depths. KVAL Sports Director Tom Ward had to go check it out for himself while on the 'Wide World of Golf' Scotland Tour.