As the Oregon women's basketball team enters its final pair of home games in 2014-15, Megan Carpenter wraps up a surprising senior season.
Three days after knocking off No. 9 Utah, Oregon heads to California on Wednesday (8 p.m. PT, ESPNU) looking to secure a tournament berth.
Oregon was exceptional defensively and on the glass, and freshman Dillon Brooks contributed 11 straight points down the stretch Sunday.
Four days after the death of freshman Lauren Jones, the UO acrobatics and tumbling team channeled her spirit to beat Concordia of Wisconsin.
The Ducks scored the evening's final eight runs to break a 3-all tie and beat New Mexico State 11-3 on Friday at PK Park.
The UO acrobatics and tumbling team will compete in honor of departed teammate Lauren Jones on Saturday in their home opener, and beyond.
Oregon's senior backcourt of Joseph Young and the emergent Jalil Abdul-Bassit lead the team into Sunday's noon game, shown on FOX Sports 1.
Conor Harber moved to 2-0 this season as the Ducks won their home opener Thursday night over New Mexico State, 3-1.
Oregon built a 20-point lead early in the second half and then held on down the stretch to beat Colorado, 73-60, on Wednesday in Eugene.
In their own ways, coach Dana Altman and guard Joseph Young try to lead Oregon to the NCAA Tournament, starting Wednesday against Colorado.
Three weeks after losing at Arizona to drop their sixth straight game, the UO women won Friday for the fourth time in five games since.
Oregon junior Brandon McIver will face 13 other collegians Monday at Riviera Country Club with a spot in the Northern Trust Open at stake.