EUGENE, Ore. - The Oregon women's basketball team will play host to rival Washington at 7 p.m. on Monday at Matthew Knight Arena in the second round of the WNIT.
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The Ducks (16-15) knocked off Pacific, 90-63, in the first round of the WNIT on Thursday night while Washington (19-13) defeated Hawai'i, 67-50, in the first round on Friday night.
Oregon and Washington split the season series in Pac-12 play, with both teams winning at home.
The Ducks won the first meeting, 101-85, in Eugene behind Jillian Alleyne's monster game of 34 points and 25 rebounds. Alleyne also had a career-high five assists in the win over the Huskies.
Washington claimed the second meeting, 108-100, in Seattle. Alleyne had another huge game, with 30 points and 22 rebounds, but UW guard Kelsey Plum countered with 38 points, five assists and six rebounds. Jazmine Davis added 24 points and seven assists.
A couple of major milestones could be reached on Monday night. Freshman guard Chrishae Rowe needs just 20 points to match the Oregon single-season scoring record of 693 points. Alleyne is also close, needing only 26 points.
Alleyne also has a chance to become the fifth player in NCAA history to reach 500 rebounds in a single-season. The sophomore currently has a Pac-12 and Oregon record 494 rebounds and needs 45 more boards to match the NCAA single-season record.