EUGENE, Ore. -- The University of Oregon soccer team (4-6-2, 0-1-0) continues its Pac-10 Conference schedule this week with home matches against No. 16 UCLA (8-4-1, 1-1-0) and No. 19 Southern California (8-3-2, 1-1-0). The Ducks-Bruins contest is set for 7 p.m. (PT) on Friday, while Sunday’s contest with the Trojans is slated for 1 p.m.

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UCLA leads the all-time series, 11-2-0, victors in last year’s match-up down in Los Angeles. Oregon fell 1-0 at USC a year ago, with the Trojans leading the all-time series, 13-1-0.

Friday's contest will be Jersey Night, where students 18 and under can get into the game for $1 if they wear a soccer jersey to the game. Sunday will mark Bi-Mart Family Day - show your Bi-Mart card at the ticket window and receive admission for two adults and two children for only $12.

Oregon State forward Chelsea Buckland’s goal in the 86th minute was the difference in a 3-2 win over Oregon last Friday night in a Civil War clash at Pape’ Field in Eugene.

OSU improved to 9-1-1 overall with the win, while the Ducks dropped to 4-6-2 from the result. A crowd of 1,280 - the fourth-most of any home match in UO soccer history - watched the game which was the Pac-10 Conference opener for both schools.

The match was evenly played by both sides, with OSU holding a slim advantage in shots (10-9) and corner kicks (5-4). The Beavers were whistled for 11 fouls to UO’s four. Only one of the match’s five scores came in the first half, with it played scoreless for the first 35 minutes.

The Beavers scored goals in the 36th, 75th and 86th minutes. Oregon senior forward Jen Stoltenberg scored a goal in the 46th minute, and fellow senior Mercedes Walters tallied a goal in the 53rd minute which gave the Ducks a 2-1 advantage.

Parlee had two saves and three goals allowed at goalkeeper, one of eight Ducks to play the full 90 minutes. Stoltenberg led the Ducks with four shots, three of which were on frame. Five other UO players recorded one shot in the match, with sophomore midfielder Scout Libke and Walters recording a shot on goal apiece.

Senior forward Jen Stoltenberg and junior goalkeeper Cody Miles are making their marks on the career charts at Oregon. Stoltenberg, from Mission Viejo, Calif., recently became the school record holder for assists (17), breaking former teammate Teresa Bowns’ mark of 16. Stoltenberg also ranks second in career points (77) and shots (220), while ranking third in goals (30). She is just seven points shy of breaking the school record for points and five goals from the career goals mark. Miles, from Salem, Ore., ranks second in career shutouts (12), third in goalkeeper wins (21) and fifth in saves (143).

In the Sept. 17 neutral-site win over San Diego State, head coach Tara Erickson broke the school mark for career wins. Erickson has a six-year mark of 51-48-12 in her time with Oregon, passing by with Bill Steffen who posted 49 victories in nine years as mentor for the Ducks.

Erickson has a 10-year overall coaching record of 80-86-22 with stints at Portland State (four years, 2001-04) and Oregon (six years, 2005-present).


The Ducks rank near the top of the conference statistically in team saves (third, 48). Senior forward Jen Stoltenberg’s 67 shots ranks second in the Pac-10, while she is third in points (22) and goals (9) and tied for sixth in assists (4).


Senior forward Jen Stoltenberg was recently named to’s College Players to Watch Top 100 Upperclass Women’s Rankings. The Mission Viejo, Calif., product remains No. 37 on the website’s listing, which is comprised of sophomores, juniors, and seniors only, and will be updated weekly.

The Oregon soccer team worked in conjunction with the University of Oregon Athletic Department’s O Heroes to volunteer with Susan G. Komen for the Cure, more specifically the Komen Eugene Race for the Cure which took place on Oct. 10. It’s the nation’s largest charity walk/run raising awareness of and funding for breast cancer detection, treatment and research for the cure. More information on the race and other information regarding volunteering can be found online at