EUGENE, Ore.- University of Oregon senior attacker Kristina Barrett has been named this week's MPSF Player of the Week, marking the third straight week that a Duck has earned the weekly award, as announced by the organization on Monday.
The Severna Park, Md. native tallied a team-high 11 points on five goals and six assists, as the Ducks won at Stanford, 13-7, and Saint Mary's, 16-8, to stay unbeaten in the MPSF over the weekend. Barrett, who has 72 career assists, was able to pull herself to within three assists of tying Theresa Waldron (75, 2005-08) for the all-time school record. Her four points against Stanford helped lead Oregon to a win over the Cardinal for just the second time ever.
Barrett is currently tied for second on the team for total points with 43, coming from 24 goals and a team-high 19 assists.
Having already clinched a spot in the MPSF Tournament, the match between Oregon and Denver on Apr. 21 will not only serve as Senior Day, but will also settle who receives the No. 1 overall seed in the tournament. Action from Pape' Field begins at 1 p.m.