Arizona takes down Ducks in four.Byline: The Register-Guard
Oregon pushed the nation's sixth-ranked volleyball team to a fourth game before Arizona prevailed 30-25, 30-24, 29-31, 30-26 in the Ducks' penultimate Pac-10 match of the season Friday night at McArthur Court McArthur Court is a basketball arena located on the campus of the University of Oregon in Eugene. Also known as "The Pit," it is known as one of the toughest arenas in the country for opposing players to play in. The arena is named for Clifton N. .
Mira Djuric led Oregon (12-17, 1-16 Pac-10) with 16 kills and Kelly Russell added 14 as the Ducks hit .215 for the match to .331 for the Wildcats.
Arizona (21-5, 13-4) dominated the net, recording 19 blocks to seven for Oregon as the Ducks had no answer for the Wildcats' top two hitters.
Senior hitter Kim Glass led the Arizona attack with 25 kills while hitting .356, and Jennifer Abernathy added 19 kills and hit .394.
It was the Wildcats' 15th straight win over the Ducks. Arizona remained tied for second in the conference with Stanford, three games behind In sports, the phrase games behind, often abbreviated as GB in tables, is a common way to reflect the gap between a leading team and another team in a sports league, conference, or division. Pac-10 champion Washington.
Oregon's best hitting game was the second (.393), but Arizona was even better (.577). The Ducks came back in the third game despite hitting just .209.
Jaclyn Jones added 13 kills for Oregon and Kristen Bitter had 12. Heather Madison and Erika Bartruff were the assist leaders with 32 and 20, respectively.
The Ducks will close out their 2005 season at home tonight at 7 when they host Arizona State.
Cahoon leads Beavers
past Sun Devils
CORVALLIS - Brittany Cahoon had 11 kills, and Racheal Withers withers
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see fistulous withers. had 10 kills to lead Oregon State to a 30-27, 30-27, 30-26 victory over Arizona State in a Pac-10 volleyball match on Friday.
Desma Stovall had 30 assists and 12 digs for the Beavers (7-10 Pac-10, 11-12 overall). Nicole Morton had 15 kills to lead the Sun Devils (2-15, 7-20), and Kristin Traysor added 11 kills.
Early Titan goals trip
Eugene in NOR-PAC hockey
PASCO, Wash. - Ben Jordan, Damond Harshman and Tony Munoff each scored in the first period to lead the Tri-City Titans The Tri-City Titans are a men's semi-professional American football team located in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.
They are one of only two Canadian teams in the North American Football League. The other team is the London Silverbacks. to a 4-1 victory over the Eugene Generals in NOR-PAC League junior hockey on Friday.
Kris Kranzky scored with 11:24 remaining in the second period to pull Eugene (17-5) within 3-1, but Tri-City's Chris South added a score at the 14:33 mark of the third period to seal the win.
Bellevue bounces Lane
at holiday tournament
TACOMA - Luke Landdeck and Jordan Ard scored 14 points apiece to lead Bellevue to an 80-67 victory over Lane during the first round of the Pierce College In 2006 the Library won a national Excellence award. Academics
Pierce College offers associate's degrees, mainly in the arts and sciences. There are also certificate programs in early childhood education, social services, dental hygienist, and others. Invitational Thanksgiving Tournament on Friday.
James Clark James Clark - Dr. James H. Clark led Lane (1-2) with 14 points. Bellevue's 24-3 run late in the first half and early in the second put the game away. Lane plays Green River in a consolation game Con`so`la´tion game
1. A game, match, etc., open only to losers in early stages of contests. at 2 p.m. today.