Women's Soccer Takes on Oregon State in Sixth Civil War
Oct. 29, 2001
Oregon (7-7-1, 1-5-0 Pac-10) finishes its regular season with three road games. The first will be Sunday in the Civil War against Oregon State (8-7-1, 1-5-0) at 2 p.m. The Beavers picked up their first Pac-10 win last Sunday against then-No. 3 ranked UCLA, 2-1. Oregon will play at Washington State and Washington next week. The Ducks have already tied the single-season school record for wins with seven.
COACH BILL STEFFEN
Bill Steffen is in his sixth year as the Ducks' coach and has directed Oregon since the athletics department added women's soccer in 1996. He has a 34-68-8 record in six years.
SERIES VS. OREGON STATE
Oregon leads the series 4-0-1. Last season, the Ducks and Beavers tied 2-2 before a school-record 842 fans at Pape' Field. In that match, Oregon led 2-1 on Crystal David's unassisted goal from 25 yards out in the 53rd minute. However, the Beavers evened the score with a goal from Courtney Carter in the 80th minute on an assist from Allison Hamada. Ann Westermark notched her first goal since the season-opener, punching it in from five yards out on an assist from Marie Selby to give Oregon a 1-0 lead in the 10th minute. Oregon State's Katie Henderson responded in the 52nd minute with a goal assisted by BreeAnna Jolin. Westermark led Oregon with a career-high six shots while Julie McLellan had five and Chalise Baysa four. For Oregon State, Carter and Morgan Crabtree each led the team with five shots. The Ducks had a team-record 29 shots while Oregon State finished with 22.
Senior forward/midfielder Chalise Baysa has continued her assault on the Oregon record books. She holds Oregon's career records in goals (30), points (67) and shots (155). In addition, she is one point away from tying Erin Anderson (1996-99) for the single-season school record for points (19). Baysa, who has missed just one game in her career, also has started every match except one.