Ducks Set to Host No. 16 ASU
No. 14 Oregon continues its most challenging portion of the 2022 schedule by hosting a three-game series against No. 16 Arizona State. The Ducks are in the midst of a stretch that finds them playing 15-of-16 games against teams currently ranked in the top 25, as well as 13 consecutive games versus 2021 NCAA Tournament teams. ASU leads the all-time series 63-51-1.
OREGON-ASU SERIES at JANE SANDERS STADIUM
Fri., April 8, 5 p.m. (ESPN2)
Sat., April 9, 6 p.m. (Pac-12 Network)
Sun. April 10, Noon (ESPNews)
FOR THE DEFENSE
The Ducks lead the Pac-12 and rank 11th nationally in fielding percentage (.979). Six Duck starters have a fielding percentage of .970 or better.
RUN DUCKS RUN
Oregon has swiped 61 bases in 72 attempts this season. Compare that to the opposition, which has 13 steals in 22 tries. The Ducks set a school record with nine steals March 21 at BYU. Oregon has stolen at least three bases 10 times this season.
Ranked 11th in the RPI, the Ducks have played the 11th-most difficult schedule nationally this season. Of the Ducks' 24 wins, 19 have come against teams currently ranked among the RPI top 100.
Oregon is third in the Pac-12 and 14th nationally in scoring at 6.78 runs per game.
THE 10 GRADUATES
Ten Ducks will have earned their college degrees by the end of the summer. Three are already college graduates - Jordan Dail, Terra McGowan and Brooke Yanez. Allee Bunker, Rachel Cid, Hannah Galey, Katelyn Howard, Makenna Kliethermes, Karissa Ornelas and Jasmine Williams are set to graduate in the coming months.