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In 2002, the Ducks attained one of their finest performances ever, going undefeated at home and winning the Pac-10 title. The team went on to defeat Montana, Wake Forest and Texas in the 2002 NCAA Tournament to reach the Elite Eight. The ducks finished their season with a No. 6 ranking. The following year, the Ducks won the Pac-10 tournament, and received a No. 8 seed in the NCAA Tournament behind the strong play of Pac-10 Player of the Year, Luke Ridnour. However, they were defeated by Utah in the opening round of the 2003 NCAA Tournament.

After a disappointing stretch of seasons from 2004-2006, the team regained its composure and kicked off 2007 with an upset of #1 UCLA on Jan. 6. They attained their best start since 1928, when they started the season 18-1. The Ducks finished the regular season with a 23-7 record and defeated Arizona, California, and USC to win the 2007 Pac-10 Tournament. In March 2007, the Ducks entered into the NCAA tournament with a No. 3 seed. On March 16, the Ducks defeated No. 14 seed Miami of Ohio 58-56. Oregon continued their run into the 2007 Sweet Sixteen by defeating Winthrop, 75-61. The Ducks defeated No. 7 seed University of Nevada, Las Vegas to secure a spot in the Elite Eight against defending national champions Florida. The Ducks run ended in the Elite Eight, losing to the eventual NCAA National Champions, the Florida Gators.

The Ducks were selected as a No. 9 seed in the 2008 NCAA Tournament in the Southern Region. They lost to No. 8 seed Mississippi State Bulldogs in first-round play on March 21, 2008, in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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