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TABLE OF CONTENTS Amanda Johnson .................................................48-49 Jasmin Holliday ....................................................50-51 Kristi Fallin ................................................................ 52 Candyce Flynn ........................................................... 53 Laura Stanulis ........................................................... 54 Aliyah Green.............................................................. 55 Notebook .................................................................. 56

NCAA Tournament Box Scores ..............................90-93 1,000-Point Club ..................................................94-97 Athlete Hall of Fame.................................................. 98 Coaching Results ....................................................... 99 Year-by-Year Results ........................................100-107 Oregon vs. All Opponents ........................................ 108 All-Time Roster........................................................ 109

2008-09 SEASON REVIEW

2009-10 OPPONENTS

Head Coach Paul Westhead ..................................22-23 Assistant Coach Dan Muscatell .................................. 24 Assistant Coach Keila Whittington............................. 25 Assistant Coach Kai Felton ......................................... 26 Support Staff........................................................27-29

Season Review .....................................................58-60 Game-by-Game Results ............................................ 61 Season Box Score ...................................................... 62 Game-by-Game Points, Rebounds, Assists ................ 63 Oregon Game-by-Game Statistics ............................. 64 Oregon Opponent Game-by-Game Statistics............. 65 Record Breakdown .................................................... 66 Highs & Lows ............................................................ 67 2008-09 Box Scores ..............................................68-75 Pac-10 Review .......................................................... 76

2009-10 Oregon Opponents .............................112-113 Travel Destinations .................................................. 114 Oregon vs. Opponents Series Records ...............115-120 Pac-10 Conference ...........................................121-122 Pac-10 Composite Schedule .............................123-124 Oregon Sports Network ........................................... 125

THE PLAYERS

HISTORY & RECORDS

Taylor Lilley ..........................................................32-33 Micaela Cocks .......................................................34-35 Lindsey Saffold.....................................................36-37 Ellyce Ironmonger ................................................38-39 Victoria Kenyon ....................................................40-41 Tatianna Thomas ..................................................42-43 Nicole Canepa ......................................................44-45 Nia Jackson ..........................................................46-47

Year-by-Year Leaders............................................78-79 Individual Single-Game Records ............................... 80 Individual Single-Season Records ............................. 81 Individual Career Records .......................................... 82 Team Records ............................................................ 83 Single-Season Team Top-10s ..................................... 84 Team & University Awards....................................85-88 Postseason History .................................................... 89

THE PROGRAM Table of Contents......................................................... 2 Quick Facts .................................................................. 3 Media Information ...................................................... 4 GoDucks.com .............................................................. 5 This is Oregon Women’s Basketball.........................6-13 2009-10 Rosters ...................................................14-15 2009-10 Schedule ..................................................... 16

2009-10 SEASON PREVIEW Season Preview ....................................................17-20

COACHING STAFF

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SEASON IN REVIEW

COACHING STAFF

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State of Oregon ................................................126-127 City of Eugene ..................................................128-129 University of Oregon ........................................130-131 Oregon Facilities...............................................132-133 Oregon Athletics ..............................................134-135 Oregon Academic Staff .....................................136-137 Strength & Conditioning ......................................... 138 Nutrition ................................................................. 139 University President Richard Lariviere ..................... 140 Athletics Director Mike Bellotti................................ 141 Athletic Administration ........................................... 142

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17 SEASON PREVIEW

THE UNIVERSITY

30 THE PLAYERS

111 OPPONENTS

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2009.10 QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION

BASKETBALL STAFF

Name ........................................... University of Oregon Location ...................................................Eugene, Ore. Founded ...............................................................1876 Enrollment ......................................................20, 376 Nickname ........................................................... Ducks Colors ............................... Thunder Green (PMS 5535C) ........................................... Lightning Yellow (Yellow C) Affiliation.............................................NCAA Division I Conference................................................... Pacific-10 Arena/Capacity ................................ Mac Court/9,087 Press Row ....................................541-346-4496/4497 President .......................................... Richard Lariviere Athletics Director....................................Mike Bellotti Exec. Sr. Assoc. AD/SWA............. Renee’ Baumgartner Faculty Representative ..................... James O’Fallon Athletics Department Phone .............541-346-4481 Ticket Office Phone.......................... 1-800-WEBFOOT

Head Coach .......................................... Paul Westhead Alma Mater, Yr. ............................St. Joseph’s, ‘61 Record at Oregon.................................. First Year Collegiate Record (Men’s, 18 Yrs.) ............. 285-223 (.561) NBA Record (4+ Yrs.)...................183-224 (.450) WNBA Record (2 Yrs.) ......................41-27 (.603) Basketball Office Phone .....................541-346-3392 Assistant Coach ............... Dan Muscatell, Fifth Season Alma Mater, Yr. ...... Western Washington, ‘83, ‘90 Assistant Coach .......... Keila Whittington, First Season Alma Mater, Yr. ............Dillard, ‘89; Delaware, ‘93 Assistant Coach ...................... Kai Felton, First Season Alma Mater, Yr.. Randolph-Macon, ‘00; Springfield, ‘02 Dir. of Basketball Operations....Janell Bergstrom, First Season Alma Mater, Yr. ........................... Oregon, ‘03, ‘05 Video Coordinator ....................................Justin Mart Strength & Conditioning Coach ............. Mark Dillon Athletic Trainer ............................................Tori Noda Team Physician ........................................ Robert Crist Administrative Asst..................................Illya Lebow

BASKETBALL INFORMATION First Year of Basketball ................................ 1973-74 All-Time Record ...................................603-387 (.609) Mac Court Record ................................318-119 (.728) Pac-10 Championships (Last).................2 (1999-00) Overall Postseason Record .............................. 18-16 NCAA Appearances .................................................12 All-Time Record ........................................... 5-12 Last Appearance ..........................................2005 Result ................2nd Round loss to Baylor, 69-46 WNIT Appearances ...................................................2 All-Time Record ............................................. 6-1 Championships (Last)............................ 1 (2002) Final Four Appearances (Last) ............... 1 (2002) Last Appearance ..........................................2007 Result ...........3rd Round Loss to Wyoming, 64-62 Conference Tournament All-Time Pac-10 Tourney Record .................... 5-8 Last Appearance ..........................................2009 Result ........1st Round loss to Washington, 69-43

TEAM INFORMATION Total Home Away Neutral 2008-09 Record 9-21 5-10 4-9 0-2 2008-09 Pac-10 5-13 2-7 3-6 0-0 Pac-10 Finish ......................................................... 7th Starters Returning/Lost ...................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 9/2 Returning Redshirts.................................................1 Newcomers ................................................................4 Roster Breakdown (Sr./Jr./So./Fr.).............(3/6/3/2)

RETURNING LEADERS Points .............................Micaela Cocks (404) 13.5 ppg Rebounds ....................Amanda Johnson (163) 5.4 rpg Assists .................................... Taylor Lilley (70) 3.2 apg Steals .............................Amanda Johnson (42) 1.4 spg Blocks ...............................Lindsey Saffold (16) 0.5 bpg Minutes ......................Micaela Cocks (1,108) 36.9 mpg

2009-10 Multi-Media Guide Credits CREDITS: Editor/Designer: Andria Wenzel; Photographer Eric Evans Cover Design: Joe Waltasti Contributors: Andy McNamara, Joe Waltasti, Franklin Alegria Etc.: The 2009-10 Women’s Basketball Multi-Media Guide is a publication of the University of Oregon Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Additional photography provided by Francie Faure, John Cowpland, TravelLaneCounty.com, Scott Cohen, John Giustina, Sally McAleer, Natasha Ruckwardt, Geoff Thurner, Oscar Palmquist, Andrew Longeteig and Andria Wenzel. Note: The University of Oregon is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. This publication will be made available in accessible formats upon request. Accommodations for people with disabilities will be provided if requested.

Micaela Cocks returns for her senior season after producing a breakout junior year. The 2008 Olympian led the Ducks with 404 points, scoring the highest single-season total since Cathrine Kraayeveld led UO with 442 points during the 2004-05 season.

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MEDIA INFORMATION OREGON MEDIA RELATIONS WBB Contact: Andria Wenzel • awenzel@uoregon.edu Office: 541-346-0962 • Fax: 541-346-5499 • Cell: 916-838-2346 Website: www.GoDucks.com Mailing & Shipping Address Len Casanova Center 2727 Leo Harris Parkway • Eugene, OR 97401

David Williford Executive Assistant AD/Media Services Football Contact Direct: (541) 346-2251 Home: (541) 688-6145 E-mail: diw@uoregon.edu

Chris Geraghty Assistant Director Soccer/M Basketball

CREDENTIAL REQUESTS

RADIO/TELEVISION

Admittance to all areas of McArthur Court may be obtained with proper credentials. Requests for credentials by working media should be directed to Andria Wenzel of the Oregon Media Services office (541-346-0962, 541-346-5449 fax or awenzel@ uoregon.edu) at least three days prior to the game. Credentials not picked up before game day will be available at the will-call entrance at the north end of McArthur Court.

Visiting radio or television stations wishing to broadcast games at McArthur Court must receive prior approval from Oregon Media Services office. Call 541-346-0962 to make proper arrangements.

GAME-DAY SERVICES A work room along the outer corridor at the north end of McArthur Court will be made accessible to working media. Media guides, game notes, statistics and programs will be made available. A limited number of telephones are available for credit card, collect or third-party calls on a first-come, firstserved basis. Statistics and final game box scores will be issued as quickly as possible, with priority given to media with immediate and participating team personnel.

PARKING POLICIES Parking is limited near McArthur Court. Please contact the Media Services office at least four working days in advance to secure parking. Reserved spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

PRESS ROW The press area at McArthur Court is the front row of the first balcony on the east side of the court, behind the team benches. Entrance is gained on the balcony level through portals 1-3. The press row phone number is 541-346-4497.

PHOTOGRAPHERS Press video crews may shoot from the floor level or the platform on the west side of the first balcony when not occupied by live TV cameras. Courtside photographers are limited to shooting only from behind the baselines and are prohibited from using any type of flash apparatus without the prior consent of the Oregon Media Services office as well as both teams involved.

PRACTICE INFORMATION Oregon will practice this season from 1-4 p.m. at McArthur Court. Practices will be open to the media, but media is asked to alert Andria Wenzel (awenzel@uoregon.edu) if they plan to attend. Weekly media availabilities will also be scheduled to allow for interviews.

INTERVIEWS After a 10-minute cooling-off period, coach Paul Westhead and requested players will be made available for media interviews. All postgame interview requests should be directed to a member of the Oregon Media Services staff. Player interviews aren’t allowed on gameday. Contact Andria Wenzel of the Media Services staff at least 24 hours in advance with all other nongameday interview requests in order to arrange a time that doesn’t interfere with a student athlete’s schedule.

Direct: (541) 346-7332 Home: (541) 335-9158 E-mail: chrisg@uoregon.edu

Andy McNamara Assistant Director Football/Publications Direct: (541) 346-2253 Home: (541) 543-0123 E-mail: mcnamara@uoregon.edu

Geoff Thurner Assistant Director Volleyball/Softball/W Golf Direct: (541) 346-2250 Home: (541) 343-0129 E-mail: gthurner@uoregon.edu

Greg Walker Associate Director Track & Field/XC/M Golf Direct: (541) 346-2252 Home: (541) 954-8775 E-mail: gswalker@uoregon.edu

Andria Wenzel

DIRECTIONS TO McARTHUR COURT From Portland: From 1-5 take Exit 194B and head west following signs for the University of Oregon. Continue on Coburg road and across the bridge. Stay to the left as the road changes names to Broadway and then Franklin Blvd. Turn right on Patterson Street. Turn left on 18th Street. Turn left on University Street. McArthur Court is on the right. From Eugene Airport: Take Highway 99W south to Beltline Road East. Take Delta Highway East and use the Autzen Stadium exit Country Club Road. Go straight off the off ramp and turn right on Coburg Road following it over the bridge Follow directions from Franklin Blvd. as listed for I-5 exit above.

Assistant Director Women’s Basketball/Baseball Direct: (541) 346-0962 Home: (916) 838-2346 E-mail: awenzel@uoregon.edu

Joe Waltasti Media Services Intern Men’s & Women’s Tennis/Team Stunts & Gymnastics/Football Program Direct: (541) 346-5532 E-mail: waltasti@uoregon.edu

Kim Johannson Administrative Assistant Direct: (541) 346-5475 E-mail: kjohanns@uoregon.edu

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The Oregon women’s basketball program has some of the most passionate fans in the Pac-10. Over the last 11 seasons, the Ducks have finished in the top half of the conference in attendance, averaging more than 5,000 fans three different years. Last season, the Ducks averaged 2,219 fans per game. On Jan. 31, 2009, a season-best 3,107 fans came to watch Oregon take on Oregon State as part of the Civil War series.

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THIS IS OREGON BASKETBALL

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The Oregon women’s basketball program strives to maintain a family experience at games. Local corporations such as Carl’s Jr., BI-MART, Oregon Community Credit Union and Jerry’s Home Improvement Center sponsor promotional ticket giveaways and discounts to ensure families can make it to the game.

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The Oregon women’s basketball family also looks to make a difference in the community. The Ducks have participated in raising money at its annual WBCA Pink Zone event, while also collecting donations for Toys for Tots. In addition, the Ducks have sponsored Dads and Daughters games as well as National Girls and Women in Sports Day. This year, the Ducks will play a role with the World Vision Invitational - raising money for providing mosquito nets which protect children, moms and dads from being bitten by mosquitoes that transmit the parasite that contains malaria. One net costs $6 and can save a life.

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Over the last two seasons, the Oregon women’s basketball team has had 16 games televised regionally or nationally. This year, the Civil War will be telecast in Corvallis on Jan. 9, and Oregon will host Stanford on Jan. 23, with both games being aired on Fox Sports Net. More televised games are still to be announced.

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MAC TO MATT Mac Court to Matthew Knight Arena Home to 9,000 boisterous fans, McArthur Court, also known as “The Pit,” will be in its final full season of duty while Matthew Knight Arena is under construction just blocks away.

Mac Court has been good to the women’s basketball program over the years, with the Ducks being successful in nearly 75 percent of their games at home since the 1976-77 season.

Mac Court was built in 1926, with the first game on Jan. 14, 1927, when the Oregon men’s basketball team beat Willamette, 38-10. It has since undergone many modifications and upgrades.

The Oregon women were almost unbeatable at home during the 1980s, accumulating a 98-19 ledger during that span, including a 28-game home-court winning streak from Jan. 21, 1980, through March 6, 1982.

In 2001, The Sporting News called McArthur Court the best college basketball gym in the nation, and in 1995 Sports Illustrated listed it as one of the 12 toughest places in the country to play at the collegiate level.

With its deep history, ever-lasting charm and ardent supporters, McArthur Court has solidified itself as a college basketball mecca.

Mac Court Highlights

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In the last 11 seasons, the Ducks have finished in the top half of the Pac-10 in attendance, averaging more than 5,000 three times.

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Oregon’s 1999-00 attendance average of 5,852 broke the previous year’s record of 5,042 while ranking first in the Pac-10 and 12th nationally.

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The top four crowds in Fifteen of the women’s basketball history have Ducks’ top 20 crowds all have one thing in common: the oppo- happened in the last 10 years. nent. The Ducks’ top four crowds have come against Oregon State.

Mac Court Attendance Year 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89

G 11 12 11 8 14 9 11 12 17 11 13

Total 10,406 11,338 17,292 23,079 15,976 11,966 9,077 15,483 28,560 10,453 11,152

Avg. 946 945 1,572 2,884 1,141 1,330 825 1,290 1,680 950 858

Year 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00

G 14 12 12 13 12 16 13 13 11 15 14

Total 13,505 8,250 10,013 8,715 28,615 31,614 34,838 44,702 45,858 75,629 81,923

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Avg. 965 688 834 670 2,384 1,975 2,680 3,439 4,169 5,042 5,852

Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

G 13 20 12 14 13 14 15 13 15

Total 66,955 95,560 53,195 54,844 50,653 51,607 43,973 33,433 33,280

Avg. 5,150 4,778 4,433 3,917 3,896 3,687 2,932 2,578 2,219


Matthew Knight Arena The University of Oregon plans to christen Matthew Knight Arena with the start of the 2010-11 Pacific-10 Conference season. Currently under construction, the 12,500-seat arena is named in honor of the of the eldest son of Nike Founder Phil Knight and his wife, Penny. Phil and Penny Knight have been longtime, generous supporters of the University of Oregon, including their most recent cornerstone gift of $100 million to the Oregon Athletics Legacy Fund. The University of Oregon began exploring options for a new arena in 2002. This project is the result of the efforts of many people over the course of many years — architects and athletes; faculty, staff and students; legislators; city leaders and neighbors.

The Matthew Knight Arena, together with Oregon’s first-rate football stadium, new baseball park and world-class track and field facility, provides a solid foundation to position Oregon Athletics for the future. The new arena will feature several elements of Mac Court that made the venerable building appealing to fans and studentathletes, and intimidating to opponents. One of the most important criteria for the design of the new arena was to replicate the intensity and intimacy of Mac Court. Almost 2,000 seats, including nearly 1,000 in the lower level of the arena, will be allocated to students. This total is more than the approximately 1,600 seats currently reserved for students in Mac Court. In addition, the pitch of the seating, while not quite as vertical as Mac Court is, it is significantly steeper than virtually any other arena in the country. Students and fans will still be right on top of the action on the court.

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING A strength and conditioning program is essential to any successful athletics department. In order to perform at an optimal level for sustained periods, the athlete must maintain proper nutritional habits and rest patterns and develop effective training routines. “The strength program at the University of Oregon is based on the philosophy of improving the demands needed for optimal athletic ability, that being the development of explosive power,” said Jim Radcliffe, strength and conditioning coach. “Our program is set up for year-round training, divided into four periods: in season, postseason, offseason and preseason,” Radcliffe said. “Each period has different phases and the ultimate goal is to develop all aspects of strength, speed, flexibility, agility, jumping ability, acceleration and foot quickness.” OFFSEASON TRAINING Weight training is three times per week. Workouts are designed to improve areas that were particularly weak the prior year. Main emphasis is on improving overall basic strength using general exercises with free weights. Conditioning occurs three times a week and is directed toward improving running technique, to develop speed and accelerations, and to increase vertical jumping. PRESEASON TRAINING In preseason training, a greater emphasis is placed on power. Training includes explosive lifts and exercises performed at higher velocities. Conditioning occurs three times per week and is directed toward improving specific basketball moves. Workouts include plyometric exercises to improve jumping ability and change of direction drills to improve agility. IN-SEASON TRAINING Weight training once or twice per week depending on travel schedule. Conditioning two or three times per week. Training emphasis placed on maintaining speed and explosive strength. The yearly workout plan is designed to maintain strength, speed and endurance to the NCAA Tournament.

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MEDIA COVERAGE The University of Oregon athletics department consistently receives media coverage from national and local news outlets. Over the last five years, the UO football team has had 27 games broadcast on the ABC/ESPN family of networks.

In the last two seasons, the Oregon women’s basketball team has had 16 games televised regionally. Through the Pac-10, Oregon women’s basketball has been seen on Fox Sports Net, while locally the Ducks are aired on Comcast SportsNet Northwest. Oregon women’s basketball receives constant coverage from local publications in the Northwest. The Ducks have postgame press conferences and weekly interview sessions with local media during the season.

All Oregon women’s basketball game are aried on THE SCORE 95.3 FM throughout the season. Duck fans can also watch all home games online on by purchasing the O-Zone at www.GoDucks.com.

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OREGON HEROES

On September 28, 2008 the University of Oregon Athletic Department launched a non-profit community organization program called O Heroes. The goal of O Heroes is to create a single identity for all community service initiatives and to seek involvement from all student-athletes, staff, faculty, and campus community. Service will be focused in three areas which student-athletes feel they are able to excel in: health, education and service. The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee decided to launch O Heroes as a department recognized non-profit organization. This allows O Heroes to collect donations on campus grounds including athletic facilities. O Heroes is also able to donate money raised to service projects such as the Duckling, which provides financial support to a local child battling an illness. SAAC executive members will serve as the Board of Directors of the non-profit. Other components of O Heroes include partnering with the local organizations including the United Way of Lane County, the Boys and Girls Club of Emerald Valley, Kidssports, local school districts, the Competition not Conflict program, and the National Childhood Obesity Foundation. O Heroes also will dedicate three days of the academic year when each team and department staff will be encouraged to do a project. Community agencies may have their requests fulfilled on these days. Teams are also encouraged to complete additional team projects throughout the year.

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DUCK SUPPORTERS DAISY DUCKS

FAST BREAK CLUB

Daisy Ducks <www.daisyducks.org> is a booster group that provides assistance and support to the University of Oregon Department of Athletics. Founded in 1972 to promote the understanding of football, Daisy Ducks has donated more than $200,000 to the athletics department, contributes to an endowed scholarship and provides volunteer assistance at UO, Pac-10 and NCAA events.

The Fast Break Club is the official booster club of the UO women’s basketball program. The organization <www.uofastbreakclub.com> works to enhance communication among fans, coaches and players, seeks to raise the level of knowledge and support for UO women’s basketball, and is committed to raising funds for the program to support competition at the highest levels of national and conference play.

2009-10 Officers Laila Hood, President Cindy Moses, First Vice President Karen Hansen, Second Vice President Pat Endicott, Secretary Cookie Trupp, Treasurer Carlene Karp, Membership Barbara Unck, Programs Shirley Crane, Ways and Means Victoria Williams, Bingo Chair Yvonne O’Herron, At-Large Board Member Doris Williams, At-Large Board Member Marjean Yates, At-Large Board Member Donna Krecklow, Past President

2009-10 FBC Board Members Denise Swanson, President Roy Fair, First Vice President Judy Brower, Secretary Jaynese Hiigel, Treasurer Cindy Moses, Development Director Karey Wollam, Socials Director Jan Davies, Newsletter Editor Judy Long, Member Services Director Hally McCabe, Member Recruitment Director Victoria Williams, Bingo Coordinator Denise Brinkman, FBC Members at-Large

The University of Oregon women’s basketball team is a proud supporter of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Pink Zone. The Ducks have scheduled the third annual event for Saturday, Feb. 13, when Oregon hosts Arizona State at Mac Court. Fans are encouraged to where pink to the game, while proceeds raised at the game will benefit the Kay Yow/WBCA Cancer Fund and the Willamette Valley Cancer Center.

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