after priority sales to season ticket holders and Duck Athletic Fund contributors closed at 5 p.
What does DAF stand for?
DAF stands for Duck Athletic Fund (Oregon)
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We have 140 other meanings of DAF in our Acronym Attic
- Disciplinary Action Form (human resources)
- Dissolved Air Flotation (separation technology)
- Distributed Application Framework
- District Aisne Football (French: Aisne District Football; Aisne, France)
- Divorced Asian Female
- Document Allocation File
- Dogwood Arts Festival
- Domestic Abuse Forum (various locations)
- Donor Advised Fund
- Dry and Ash Free (coal)
- Duplicate Address File
- Dynamic Agroforestry (agriculture)
- Dynamic Amplification Factor
- Dysautonomia-Associated Fatigue
- Van Doorne's Aanhangwagen Fabriek (Dutch automobile manufacturer, pre 1949 name)
- Van Doorne's Automobiel Fabriek (Dutch automobile manufacturer, post 1949 name)
- Dallas Area Flyball Association (Bonham, TX)
- Délégation Archéologique Française en Afghanistan (French: French Archaeological Delegation in Afghanistan)
- Demining Agency for Afghanistan (landmine clearance organization)
- Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Aquaculture (New Brunswick, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But this year there are no general admission parking spaces; fans need to make a substantial donation to the Duck Athletic Fund to get an assigned space.
Tickets are being made available online to those season-ticket holders with a qualifying number of Duck Athletic Fund points, and the deadline to order is Nov.
The Duck Athletic Fund benefit event begins at 5 p.
He was a tireless Duck booster, a more-than-generous donor to the Duck Athletic Fund and a fan of Oregon track and field who insisted on getting seats on the finish line at Hayward Field.
UO fans who got tickets through the school had their choice of seats ranging from $70 to $250, and 500 students got $50 tickets, said Garrett Klassy, executive director of the Duck Athletic Fund.
Regardless, fans believe they are entitled to answers for paying for seat licensing fees, Duck Athletic Fund contributions and $60 sweatshirts.