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Ducks Return Home to Host No. 7 Stanford, No. 25 Cal

Oct 19, 2022

Oregon welcomes a pair of ranked opponents from the Bay Area to Pape' Field. First up is No. 7 Stanford Thursday at 7 p.m. (Pac-12 Live Stream) followed by No. 25 California Sunday at noon (Pac-12 Network).
 
GAME NOTES

KEY STORYLINES
• Oregon is at No. 41 in the latest RPI for the second week in a row. Its next three opponents all reside in the top 35: No. 11 Stanford, No. 36 California and No. 19 Arizona State.
• The Ducks have played the third-toughest schedule in the nation according to the NCAA's latest RPI report.
• No one has started more matches in an Oregon uniform than Zoe Hasenauer. She earned that distinction in Oregon's Oct. 14 game at Washington State. Her 85th career start moved her past former teammate Chardonnay Curran (84, 2017-21). Hasenauer is also tied for first in career assists with 18. Hasenauer has played in 87 consecutive matches and ranks among the UO career top 10 in eight different categories.
• Leah Freeman became Oregon's all-time leader in shutouts when she recorded the 18th of her career Oct. 6 at Utah (1-0). She leads the Pac-12 in saves (87), saves per game (6.69) and save percentage (.845). Freeman is also currently the Ducks' career leader in goals against average (0.94).
• At one point in September, Oregon was missing seven starters. Because of that, 22 different Ducks have made at least one start this season, but only three - Chai Cortez, Zoe Hasenauer and Anna Phillips - have started every match.
• Oregon's 1-0  loss to Colorado on Oct. 9 marked the squad's first road loss in more than a year. Before that, the Ducks' last loss on the road came on Oct. 3, 2021 at Stanford (1-0). Oregon had gone 3-0-4 since then. The Ducks are 8-5-11 overall on the road under coach Graeme Abel.
• Both #ProDucks in the NWSL - Marissa Everett (Portland) and Chardonnay Curran (KC) have advanced to the 2022 semifinals.