Chrishae Rowe Dismissed for Team Rules Violation

Tonight is the opening game for the UO WBB team with an exhibition game against Westmont at 2pm at Matthew Knight Arena but the game will unfold in a way none of us expected.

Yesterday (Friday, 11/7/14) the Fast Break Club received a notice from the UO Athletic Department that Chrishae Rowe had been dismissed from the UO WBB team for a team rules violation.  Today there were a number articles in the media about this with additional info from follow-up interviews with Coach Kelly Graves.  (See below links.)

While Coach Graves did not elaborate on what the violation was he did state that there was no unlawful behavior on Rowe's part and that she is still enrolled in the UofO on an athletic scholarship.


While fans are disappointed they will not see this talented break-away scorer don the green and yellow #21 jersey this season, many realize that Coach Graves is focused on building a 'team of players' who have a commitment to the team and can "step up" their game and work together to create scoring opportunities both this season and beyond.

"Our mission is to create something great here at the University of Oregon and our players need to buy in to all aspects of that mission," Graves said in a news release.

"Our team culture, long-term, is more important than wins and losses short-term."

The new tone of play was evident to fans during the first open scrimmage held last month.  (Click here for video of 2014-15 players, coaches and open scrimmage.)  The players definitely have 'game' and are ready to learn a new style of play and start this season fresh.


It's time for us to 'step up' and let these student athletes know that we are here to support them one and all.  There is a great line-up of talent that has the opportunity to make a big difference for UO WBB.  Let’s also step up and make a difference for them!


Socials give FBC Members the opportunity to meet and greet the coaches, players and their families after some key home games.  Players say the support of the Fast Break Club folks help make their UO experience special.

Sun., December 21 - FBC SOCIAL after the 2pm game against Fresno State
Sun., January 18 FBC SOCIAL after the 1pm game against Washington State
Sat., January 31 FBC SOCIAL after the 12:30 game against UCLA
Sun., Febbruary - 15 FBC SOCIAL after the 4:30pm game against Arizona State

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Article Links:

Daily Emerald - Rowe Dismissed

Register-Guard - Rowe Sent Packing

OregonLive - Rowe Rules Violation

2013-14 ~ A Season for the Record Books....

The UO Fast Break Club is very proud of our UO WBB Team this season!

Jillian Alleyne  ~ Alleyne Passes Pac-12 Rebounds Record
 ~ Alleyne Fastest Duck to 1,000 Career Points
 ~ Thomas Joins 1,000 Career Point Club
 ~ Loper Also Reaches 1,000 Career Points
 ~ Alleyne Breaks UO Double-Double Record
 ~ Alleyne Leads the NCAA In Rebounds
 ~ Oregon Leads NCAA In Scoring
 ~ Ducks Fourth in the Nation in Made Threes

(To see the full article with all the details CLICK HERE.)  

Chrishae Rowe  ~ Rowe Leads All
          Freshmen in Scoring
  ~ Rowe Ties Smith for
           Most 35+ Point Games
  ~ Rowe the Top Scoring
          Frosh in UO History

View the Photo Galleries of the
Arizona State and Arizona games...

  UO vs Arizona State - Feb 28, 2014
  UO vs Arizona - Mar 2, 2014



Women's Basketball Games Delayed Due to snow in the Eugene area, the Oregon women's basketball team will now play Utah at 2 p.m. on Saturday and Colorado at 5 p.m. on Monday.

Courtesy article

EUGENE, Ore. - Due to snow in the Eugene area, the Oregon women's basketball team will now play Utah at 2 p.m. on Saturday and Colorado at 5 p.m. on Monday.

Previously purchased tickets are still valid for both games, despite the date and time changes.

The Ducks were scheduled to play the Utes on Friday night and the Buffaloes on Sunday afternoon but Utah's original flight and rescheduled flight into Eugene were both canceled on Thursday. 

The Pac-12 live streams for each game will be available as normal.

Photos from the UO vs Washington Game (101-85) are Posted!

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on our Facebook pages and

(Below article with game stats courtesy of

 - Behind sophomore Jillian Alleyne’s incredible performance, Oregon strung a second straight Pac-12 win together with a victory against Washington. The Ducks ran past the Huskies, 101-85, Sunday at Matthew Knight Arena.

Alleyne tallied season-high totals with 35 points and 25 rebounds, providing the answer to any potential Washington (10-9, 3-5 Pac-12) challenge. After topping Washington State on Friday for its first conference win, Oregon (11-8, 2-6 Pac-12) secured a home sweep of the Washington schools.

"Alleyne (34), Lexi Petersen (23), Chrishae Rowe (17) and Katelyn Loper (16) scored in double-figures as Oregon broke the 100-point barrier for the first time in conference play. Alleyne extended her double-double streak to 15 consecutive games.

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Go Ducks!

$5 Raffle for an Official Signed University of Oregon Football Helmet

Raffle Helmet pixDrawing will be JANUARY 11 at the Oregon/OSU Women's Basketball game.  This is an official UO Football Helmet that's been signed by the 2013 team!

The raffle is by the Fast Break Club, proud support of Oregon Women's Basketball and a Division of the Oregon Boosters Association Inc.

You do not need to be present to win but you must be able to pick up the helmet and its case in Eugene.