Ducks Look to Extend Winning Streak Against No. 24 Stanford
EUGENE, Ore. – Fresh off a win over California on Friday, Oregon will look to win its third straight game when it takes on No. 24 Stanford.
The Ducks have won two of three games and could take three of four on their longest homestand of the 2022 season with a win over the Cardinal. Stanford dropped its last game, falling 17-16 at Colorado on Friday.
Sunday's game will be Oregon's Women in Flight game. Oregon Athletics and Women in Flight are celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Title IX with their "Go Do Anything" campaign. The yearlong effort has a $9 million goal to support Oregon's 11 women's sports programs. Fans can contribute at duckathleticfund.net/titleix.
When: Sunday, March 27
Where: Papé Field
Time: 12 p.m.
Live Stats: oregon.statbroadcast.com
THE DUCKS vs. THE CARDINAL
Oregon is looking for its first win over Stanford since April 29, 2012 and their first ever win over a ranked Cardinal team. The Ducks have been battling the Cardinal since 2005 and are 3-17 all-time. The two schools initially competed in the MPSF before both moved over to the Pac-12 when it began sponsoring women's lacrosse in 2018.
DUCKS DROP GOLDEN BEARS
Oregon won its second straight game on Friday, knocking off Cal 12-9. The Ducks set a new season-high with 11 caused turnovers while avoiding major miscues of their own with 17 successful clears in 19 tries. UO also racked up 32 ground balls, their highest total of the 2022 season.
» Lily Shalz more than doubled her previous career high with five caused turnovers (Prev: 2 at SDSU - 2/19/21)
» Morgan Mccarthy and Hanna Hilcoff each recorded a hat trick and had at least two draw controls
» Alyssa Wright scored one goal while also putting pressure on the Cal clear with five ground balls as an attacker
ON PACE TO BE ONE OF OREGON'S BEST
Hanna Hilcoff became the fastest Duck to 75 career goals in Oregon's game at USC, reaching the mark in just 25 games. The previous fastest Oregon player to reach 75 goals was all-time leading scorer Shannon Williams, who reached the mark in 33 games. Williams scored her 100th career goal in her 40th game.
» Entered the day tied for fourth in the Pac-12 in goals (24) and seventh in points (28) while leading the team in both
» Scored multiple goals in 24 of 28 career games, including 10 of 12 games in 2021 and eight of nine this season
» In 2021, the only Pac-12 player to rank in the top 10 in both goals (35, 7th) and draw controls (54, 5th)
» As a freshman, tied the program single-game record with 10 draw controls against Denver (2/21/20)
» In 2020, was one of three freshmen to finish the shortened season with 20 goals and 40 draw controls