WOODLAND, Calif. – Oregon senior attacker Shannon Propst earned the first Offensive Player of the Week honors of the 2014 season as announced by the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation office Monday evening (Feb. 17). This is the third player of the week award for Propst who earned it twice before, once during her junior campaign and once during her sophomore year.

Propst was voted the MPSF Offensive Player of Week after she scored five goals with 11 assists and 16 points her first two games. The Bel Air, Md., native was also 5-of-6 shooting from the field (.833), including a perfect shots on goal percentage and went 2-for-2 in free position opportunities to go along with her 3 ground balls.

The senior eclipsed the Oregon all-time career assist record of 78 in the season opener, dishing out nine assists in the 20-3 win over Stetson. Propst tacked on two more assists in the Ducks’ win over Coastal Carolina to finish with 11 assists and 81 in her career at Oregon.

Her nine assists also broke the eight-year old single-game assist record for Oregon (6) set by Alison Leiner in 2006 and tied the MPSF single-game assist record set by Jill Remenapp of Denver last season. Propst’s 10 points against Stetson also broke the single-game record at Oregon while tying her for sixth all-time on the MPSF all-time single-game points list.

The following day against Coastal Carolina, the senior attack also displayed her offensive capabilities tying the game-high with four goals in Oregon’s 23-3 victory over the Chants.

Propst and the Ducks next take the field on March 1 in Philadelphia, Pa., to open their second two-game road trip with Temple at 10 a.m. (PST).