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Here's what Coach Kelly Graves says about the Fast Break Club:

Welcome the 2023-24 season of Oregon Women’s Basketball! After returning from an amazing International Trip that you helped make possible, we are excited to be home and get to work on the coming season.

There are many new faces with the program, both players and staff.  Tre Simmons, new assistant coach, comes to us after a 14-year professional career playing overseas and although he completed his collegiate career at Washington, he is now proudly wearing the Oregon Yellow and Green!

On the court, we have six players returning, and we have added seven new players. New to the team will be three freshmen, a redshirt sophomore, and three senior transfers that I know you will be excited to watch! Fun Fact: three players on the roster are from Oregon!

We can't wait to be back playing in MKA in front of the best fans in the nation.

We are so appreciative of what has been built here in Eugene, and are grateful to you, the Fast Break Club, for your generous and continued support. Each and every Fast Break Club member is a vital part of our success. Thanks for all you do and GO DUCKS!

The Club is now using the Member Planet online service for collecting membership dues and managing the member database. As an incentive for members to use the new system the $50 STARTER level membership is discounted this season to $40 for those paying online.

To pay online with credit card or check, click the green "View the Form" button.

If you prefer to pay by mail, download and print the membership form below.

Click this link for the Printed Membership Form

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UPDATE: Jillian traded to Connecticut Sun! Jillian Alleyne was picked in Round 2 by the Phoenix Mercury!

160414 ODE photoUPDATE 6/26/2016:  The Connecticut Sun announced today it has acquired rookie Courtney Williams and the draft rights to Jillian Alleyne, as well as a second round pick in the 2017 WNBA Draft in a trade that sends Kelsey Bone to the Phoenix Mercury.

Read more here:

"Alleyne went 20th overall to the Phoenix Mercury, becoming the highest-picked Oregon player in WNBA Draft history."
    Jonathan Hawthorne,
    Daily Emerald

    (click here for full article)

Jillian will be joining the likes of Brittney Griner and Diana Taurasi in Phoenix!  Mercury GM Jim Pitman: “Jillian’s career at Oregon speaks for itself. … She’s someone who has first round talent."

We all knew that.  It's wonderful to see that her season-ending injury did not end her WNBA prospects.  There is no word for 'quit' in Alleyne's vocabulary and she will work just as hard at rehab as she would on the court.  That work ethic and can-do attitude will serve her well fitting into the Phoenix Mercury's game plans.

You can follow Jilly-O's progress on Twitter at @SuperrJaay.

And from everyone at the UO Fast Break Club, "CONGRATULATIONS JILLIAN!"  We will love watching your career take off!


The WNBA draft is TODAY!!!

Better known around here as SuperrJaay Day Thursday, April 14, 2016 is WNBA Draft Day!

1st Round of the WNBA draft starts at 4pm (PT) on ESPN2, followed by the 2nd & 3rd Rounds on ESPNU.

Here's something to get you into the mood! Get Your Duck On and check out Jillian's Highlight Video of some of her best moments over her four years playing at the UO:

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Are you convinced yet that we're going to have an awesome season next year? You should be! Consider joining the Fast Break Club to help support these great student athletes! Find out more here:

'Daily Pix for a Daily Click' Thank You Video of Jillian Alleyne Highlights

Thank you to all of you who participated in voting for Jillian Alleyne for the Senior Class Award over the past month.  We hope you enjoyed the 'Daily Pix for a Daily Click' reminders to go vote. 

As a thank you  we've wrapped up all our favorite 'SuperrJaay' photos into one action packed video, just click image below to bring up the video in a new window.  (Click full screen icon in the bottom right corner for the full effect!) 

160321 JA video screenshot 23 minute video of
Jillian Alleyne's

UO WBB Career Highlights

The UConn-machine proved too much for us to overcome with Breanna Stewart and Moriah Jefferson hitting the vote gathering efforts with an immediate 22+% of the vote and we just didn't have the clicks to move the decimal point over enough for Jillian.  

This is just the fan vote part of the Senior Class Award though so you never know!   The final award decision is based on four areas of achievement:  Community ~ Classroom ~ Character ~ Competition

"Fan votes will be combined with those of the media and Division I head coaches to determine the winners.  The Senior CLASS Award recipients will be announced during the 2016 NCAA Men’s Final Four® and NCAA Women’s Final Four®."

Whatever the results, thanks for taking a trip with us down memory lane of Jill's four years as Duck number one in record after record book.

We can't wait to see what you'll be up to next Jill!
You will have Duck-green fans where ever you go!








Facebook and Twitter views and 'Likes' are great but we need SHARES and RETWEETS to get Jillian's numbers up!

140126-wash-3728-webHere's an update on Jillian's Senior Class Award Campaign... 

We've had over 1,000 views of our "Daily Pix for a Daily Click" voting campaign for the Senior Class Award over the last 12 days!  (Read more about the Senior Class Award here.)  Everyone is enjoying the photos of Jillian Alleyne over her four year UO WBB career. 

Thanks to your support Jillian's vote numbers are staying stable but we need to do more to give her the visibility she deserves!  The big 3 nominees — Breanna Stewart, Moriah Jefferson (UConn) and Ruth Hamblin (OSU) — are also keeping their numbers stable... at over 20% of the vote!  Ouch!  We've got some catching up to do.  Can you help?

Facebook and Twitter views and 'Likes' are great

to get Jillian's numbers up
before voting ends on 3/21!

Vote Now.
Retweet Here.  ~  Share Here.

That's what counts!


The Senior Class Award is special because
it's not an award voted on just by coaches or sports media. 

It's an award voted on BY YOU!  THE FANS!

Breanna Stewart     University of Connecticut     22.2%
Moriah Jefferson     University of Connecticut     22.2%
Ruth Hamblin         Oregon State             20.3%
Kelsey Minato         Army West Point         14.3%
Aundrea Gamble         Arkansas State             8.2%
Bria Holmes         West Virginia University     5.9%
Jillian Alleyne     Oregon                 2.3%
Adut Bulgak         Florida State University     2%
Tiffany Mitchell     University of South Carolina     1.5%
Jonquel Jones         George Washington University     1.3%

 We need more eyeballs looking at the vote reminder posts
and more keyboards clicking on that vote button.

Thanks for helping us get the numbers we need!

More info on the Senior Class Award:  An acronym for Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School®, the Senior CLASS Award honors the attributes of NCAA Division I senior student-athletes in four areas: community, classroom, character and competition. The award program is designed exclusively for college seniors who are utilizing their complete athletic eligibility, remaining committed to their university and pursuing the many rewards a senior season can bring. The award is managed by Premier Sports Management. Award winners are determined by a selection process that includes NCAA Division I college coaches in each respective sport, national media and fans. Public fan voting on the Senior CLASS Award website takes place each year during the month leading up to the NCAA Championship.


Jillian Alleyne's Senior Class Award candidate statement and qualifications:

Go to the Senior Class Award Voting page:

"Oregon’s Jillian Alleyne grew from childhood experiences to become conference standout"
Jonathan Hawthorne — November 9, 2015:

"Oregon's Alleyne is having a record-breaking senior year"
Anne M. Peterson — January21, 2016: