Senior catcher Janelle Lindvall's two homers powered Oregon past UCLA to open Super Regionals on Saturday and gave her the UO career record.
Oregon will tee off Sunday morning at Eugene Country Club in fourth place in the NCAA Championships after a stirring second round Saturday.
Oregon couldn't overcome back-to-back Stanford home runs in the seventh inning as the Cardinal won, 2-1.
The men's team will come back to Eugene with 17 entries in 12 different events while the women have 15 entries in nine events.
Oregon scored a pair of runs in the eighth but it wasn't enough to rally from a four-run deficit
Storms again caused delays on Friday, but not before Oregon could qualify 12 athletes to the NCAA Championships.
Aaron Wise shot even par and freshman Edwin Yi is 1 over, but the Ducks as a team have work to do this weekend in the NCAA Championships.
After losing an April series to UCLA, the Ducks intend to put forth a better effort in their Super Regional series Saturday and Sunday.
Cathleen Santoso, Caroline Inglis and Kelsey Ulep were recognized by the Pac-12 for their academic work.
Oregon got another good start from Cole Irvin, but the Ducks' offense struggled scoring just one run on three hits as Stanford won, 2-1.
Greg Skipper was able to record one attempt in the men's hammer throw before competition was cut short. He currently sits in third place.
The Oregon lacrosse team earned 15 selections to the 2016 Mountain Pacific All-Academic Team, the conference announced Thursday.