Ducks Make Quick Return Trip to Bay Area
EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon will look to complete the season sweep of California on Friday, its second game against the Golden Bears in eight days.
The Ducks knocked off Cal 12-9 last Friday in Eugene before falling 20-10 to Stanford on Sunday. UO will take on both teams again this weekend, starting with a trip to Berkeley.
When: Friday, April 1
Where: FTX Field at California Memorial Stadium
Time: 5 p.m.
Live Stats: oregon.statbroadcast.com
THE DUCKS vs. THE GOLDEN BEARS
Oregon has played California more than any other team with 26 previous matchups dating back to 2005. The Ducks lead the series 17-9 with wins in the last four games, five of the last six and 10 of the last 12. UO is 6-4 against the Bears in Berkley though Cal won two of the last three contests on its home field.
FIRST MATCHUP: DUCKS PICK UP FIRST PAC-12 WIN OVER GOLDEN BEARS
Oregon won the first contest between the two teams 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
SUPER SENIOR STUMP
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 continued her strong play in 2022. Stump has scored 18 goals in 10 games and could become the 11th player in school history to score 100 goals with 11 more in her final season.
» Entered the weekend leading the Ducks in assists (8) and second in points (26)
» 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)