Oregon run-ruled Louisiana for the second game in a row to open Saturday's doubleheader, then rallied for a 2-1 victory in eight innings.
Oregon couldn't overcome its miscues and lost Friday to Washington despite a few exceptional defensive moments by outfielders.
Janie Takeda became the UO career leader in hits and steals, Cheridan Hawkins threw a no-hitter and Nikki Udria hit a walk-off homer Friday.
Oregon wrapped up its fourth of five weeks of spring practice this morning in the Moshofsky Center, and has a week until the spring game.
Oregon will shift around some responsibilities Friday and Saturday, when head coach George Horton will miss games against UW at PK Park.
Not wanting to lose momentum, Oregon filled a gap in its conference schedule by welcoming No. 9 Louisiana to town Friday and Saturday.
As the Ducks grind through the fourth of five weeks of spring practice, quarterback Ty Griffin has proven to be the team's Swiss Army knife.
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 third week of spring practice wrapped up for the Ducks and also their new graduate assistant coach, former UO linebacker Kwame Agyeman.
Oregon's first year under Alison Silverio has featured steady gains, which have the Ducks in contention for some major accolades this week.
Oregon has an impressive stable of running backs, and Kani Benoit is practicing like a guy who doesn't want to get lost in the shuffle.
The back end of Oregon's bullpen, primarily Garrett Cleavinger and Stephen Nogosek, has been a consistent force for the Ducks all season.