Welcome to the Daisy Ducks Website!
The Daisy Ducks organization was created in 1972. It is a division of the Oregon Boosters Association. The purpose of the Daisy Ducks organization is to serve as a booster group for the intercollegiate athletic teams and athletic programs of the University of Oregon (the Ducks); to provide assistance to the University Athletic Department, and to become knowledgeable of University of Oregon Athletics.
We accomplish our purpose in numerous and unique ways: providing snacks for all traveling coaches and student-athletes, cheerleaders, and band members; remember athletes’ birthdays with personal cards; provide potlucks once a year for each team (with enough food that the athletes can take some home cooking with them); sell Bingo tickets at men’s basketball games to raise funds for athletic scholarships. We are also extra hands for the University when they need volunteers, for instance, on Fan Day and Alumni Football Day.
We also have fun events for ourselves. The Daisy Ducks generally hold a Tuesday luncheon meeting at the Hilton-Eugene & Conference Hotel, at 66 Est 6th Avenue in Eugene, Oregon from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm, beginning on the Tuesday before the first football game, home or away, through the first Tuesday in June each year. Program guests for these luncheons include coaches, current and former student-athletes, and University of Oregon personnel whose work is related to the athletic programs. Daisies have the opportunity to ask questions and otherwise interact with all program guests. Other fun Daisy activities include an annual evening meeting with wonderful food and door prizes, a Daisy Duck bus trip to an away football game, a Christmas Party, and an End of the Year Party when we install our newly elected officers.
For more information on becoming a member, see the Membership Information page or contact Membership Chair, c/o Daisy Ducks, PO Box 21513, Eugene, OR 97402. Membership brochures are available at the Campus Duck Store, Moshofsky Duck Store, Valley River Duck Store, and at the Duck Athletic Fund office.