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Homestand Continues Against Marquette

Mar 19, 2022

EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon's longest homestand of the 2022 season continues on Sunday when the Ducks take on Marquette at 12 p.m.

The Ducks and Golden Eagles will both be looking to get back on track after Oregon fell 13-11 to No. 25 Colorado and Marquette dropped its last game 18-12 at San Diego State.

UO had its share of bright spots on Friday night. Katie Collins tallied her first hat trick and Haley Taylor scored her first goal as a Duck against the Buffaloes. Cassidy Eckert also had 12 saves and grabbed seven ground balls.

When: Sunday, March 20
Where: Papé Field
Time: 12 p.m.
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Oregon and Marquette squared off for the first time in 2021 with the Golden Eagles coming away with a 16-4 victory in Milwaukee. This season's return trip will be the first time the Ducks have hosted the the Golden Eagles. The two teams have one shared opponent: San Diego State, which defeated both teams while scoring 18 goals in both games.
Oregon has been able to rely on several players for offensive production this season. Through seven games, six Ducks (Katie Collins, Alyssa Wright, Bailey Smith, Shonly Wallace, Hanna Hilcoff and Lillian Stump) have recorded a hat trick and seven (Collins, Wright, Smith Wallace, Hilcoff, Stump and Morgan McCarthy) have totaled at least three points in a game. Both McCarthy (Mercer) and Stump (George Mason, San Diego State) have recorded three goals and three assists in a game.
Oregon got a boost over the summer when Lillian Stump decided to return for one more season. She enjoyed a senior surge in 2021, finishing second on the team in goals (23) and points (33) and has continued her strong play in 2022. Stump has scored 13 goals in six games and could become the 11th player in school history to score 100 goals with 16 more in her final season.
» Entered the weekend leading the Ducks and tied for fifth in the Pac-12 in assists (7) and seventh in points (20)
» Scored 10+ goals in each of the last four seasons and is on pace to score 20+ in three of the last four.
» Totaled a career-high 7 points (4 goals, 3 assists) against San Diego State (2/27/22)