EUGENE, Ore. - The No. 1 ranked Oregon softball team will play host to in-state foe Portland State at 4 p.m. on Tuesday at Howe Field.

It was originially scheduled to be a doubleheader with Portland State on Tuesday, but it is now just a single game starting at 4 p.m., weather permitting.

Fans can call the Oregon softball rain delay number at 541-346-6148 to find out if a game has been pushed back or rescheduled due to weather. Pre-purchased tickets for games that are rained out can be exchanged for any other regular season game.

The top-ranked Ducks (40-5, 14-1 Pac-12) are 10-1 at home this season while Portland State (7-31, 2-12 Big Sky) is 1-12 on the road.

Oregon has scored 69 runs over its last six games while allowing just 13. Koral Costa (.588), Courtney Ceo (.588), Janelle Lindvall (.526) and Kailee Cuico (.500) are all hitting better than .500 in that span, which included sweeps of Oregon State in Corvallis and Cal at home. 

Overall, the Ducks are hitting .350 as a team with a 1.83 ERA. Ceo is hitting .490 on the year, with 70 hits in 143 at-bats while Cuico has a team-high 12 home runs.

Portland State is hitting .257 as a team with a 7.36 ERA. Brit Hendrickson is hitting a team-high .345 with 12 doubles while Cyrsta Conn leads the Vikings with five homers.

The Ducks head to Stanford this weekend for their first game out of the state since March 15.