The Oregon acrobatics and tumbling team will attempt to win their fifth-straight NCATA National Championship this week
Janie Takeda tied the program's career hits mark as the Ducks won, 6-3, on Monday night to sweep Stanford for the third straight year.
Caroline Inglis shot a career-low 4-under 67 and led the Ducks to an early lead at the Pac-12 Championships in Boulder, Colo.
Head coach Alison Silverio wrapped up her first recruiting class with the signing of Christi Woodson and Shweta Sangwan.
Head coach Nils Schyllander announced on Monday that Thomas Laurent, a junior player from Montpellier, France has signed with the Ducks.
For the second-consecutive week, Oregon redshirt junior Jenna Prandini was named National Athlete of the Week on Tuesday by the USTFCCCA.
Hayley Milner's love of the game brought her to Oregon, but it also allowed her stay for a fifth year and flourish.
The Ducks held their second scrimmage of the spring, with some early and late scoring plays broken up by a series of defensive stops.
The Ducks are 1-4 this season, coming off a win against Cal Poly at the Stanford Invitational.
Oregon loses game three of the series 7-3
Nikki Udria hit her first career grand slam while Janelle Lindvall tallied four RBIs as well and the No. 1 ranked Ducks beat Stanford, 12-8.
Oregon seniors Nicole Long and Sofia Hager both picked up victories in singles play in their final home match as a Duck on Sunday.