The Oregon Ducks soccer team took to the road Friday in an attempt to turn their win against USC into a streak with a win against the Utah Utes but inevitably came up short. The loss put them at 6-7-2 overall and 1-4-1 in the Pac-12, not a record to …
The Ducks dominated the game in every facet but struggled to find the back of the net despite 21 shots on goal. The defense and midfielders came up huge in the game, almost always keeping the ball out of Oregon’s defensive zone and continually giving the offense good looks.
The Ducks fell to No. 3 UCLA Friday night at Pape Field in front of a record 944 fans to fall to 5-6-2 overall and 0-3-1 in the Pac-12.
Like the loss to BYU, this too was bittersweet.
The Ducks fell to the No. 19 California Golden Bears 2-0 Friday in Berkeley, Calif.
Freshman Kristen Parr has wasted little time in her first year in Eugene, she has already scored six goals in the Ducks’ first ten games to lead the team. The Ducks haven’t lost a game in which they’ve scored a goal.
The 2012 Ducks soccer team boasts an impressive bunch of freshman this year. Two of the more notable recruits are Kristen Parr and Maryn Beutler.
The team has exceeded expectations this year due to a talented freshman class of Kristen Parr, Maryn Beutler, Taylor Boyer, Dana Connors, Mariah Powers, Brooke Strawn, Kira Wagoner and Cara Wegner.
-By Aubrey Wieber The Oregon Ducks soccer team came up victorious on Friday night in front of 777 fans at the new Papé Field. It was a hard-fought game riddled with fouls and physical play but the Ducks stayed resilient and got the win behind goals from Kristen Parr and Scout …
Maryn Beutler scored in the 68th minute to give the Ducks the lead over UC Irvine and Oregon’s defense held on for the shutout win in front of 793 at Pape Field. Oregon improves to 3-1-0 on the season with sophomore keeper Abby Steele picking up her third clean sheet of the …
Oregon’s women’s soccer team opened a new facility Sunday with an intrasquad scrimmage one week ahead of its season opener. While the team has been practicing at the new Pape Field all summer, it was the first opportunity to glimpse the new facility in a game environment, and the team …
After an up-and-down season, the Ducks look to the future.
The Ducks played their final games at Pape Field this weekend, but struggled to put the ball in the net in two losses.
The Oregon women’s soccer team welcomes California (11-4-2, 4-2-2 Pac-12) and Stanford (16-0-1, 8-0-0 Pac-12) to Pape Field this weekend for its final two home games of the year. The Ducks will look to build on momentum gained from their last three matches — a 3-1 win at Colorado, a 1-1 tie with Washington and a 1-0 upset over No. 18 Washington State.
In their first home stand since Sept. 23, the Ducks came away with a win and a tie against the Washington schools.
The Ducks the field tonight at home for the first time since Sept. 23, after having spent the last three weekends on the road with trips to UCLA and USC, Arizona and Arizona State, and Colorado and are glad to be at home.
Competitive practices are a cornerstone of women’s soccer head coach Tara Erickson’s coaching philosophy. Every player on the team has to earn their spot on the starting lineup on a weekly basis. As a result, the Ducks have fielded 14 starting lineups in 15 games this year. All told, Erickson has named twenty different starters this year, including eight freshman.
The rough start to the Pac-12 season continued for Oregon’s soccer team (6-6-1, 1-3-0 Pac-12) this weekend with a pair of losses to Arizona (1-9-2, 1-2-1 Pac-12) and Arizona State (5-7-0, 1-3-0 Pac-12). The Ducks fell 1-0 to the Wildcats Friday night and were thoroughly outplayed by the Sun Devils in a 4-0 loss Sunday.
After impressive showings against USC and UCLA last weekend, the Ducks face an easier slate this weekend.
After a loss at the hands of the Bruins, the Ducks ended a three-game losing streak against USC on Sunday.
The Ducks will look to prove their worth against the No. 3 Bruins and a struggling Women of Troy squad.
The Ducks were shut out in its first home loss of the season, falling 2-0 to the Utes Friday at PK Park.
After a hot start, the Ducks are looking to bounce back after stumbling in early September.
Ivar Vong The Oregon women’s soccer team had an opportunity to make the NCAA tournament entering its final two conference games. But needing at least a tie and a win against Cal and Stanford, that chance was marginal at best. The Ducks’ chances were cut down on Friday evening against …
Jack Hunter Three weeks ago, a postseason berth seemed out of the question for the Oregon women’s soccer team. Now it’s all they can talk about. The squad dropped its first six games in conference play, but stormed back, winning its last three contests. Oregon (7-8-3) must achieve a .500 …