Arizona tops Ducks again with three-game sweep.Byline: The Register-Guard
TUCSON, Ariz. - Senior outside hitter Jennifer Abernathy smashed 20 kills and junior teammate Kim Glass added 10, leading No. 15 Arizona to a 30-20, 30-19, 30-25 victory over Oregon in Pac-10 volleyball Saturday night.
The win was Arizona's 14th straight over Oregon (0-2 Pac-10, 10-3 overall), and its seventh in a row by a three-game sweep. The Wildcats (2-0, 10-1) hit .364 for the match to just .200 for the Ducks.
Still, Oregon's hitting percentage was a marked improvement over the .070 the Ducks hit against Arizona State on Friday night.
"We played better tonight, but Arizona played very, very well," said first-year Oregon coach Jim Moore. "We did some good things at the end, but we have to learn how to stay with Pac-10 competition every game and every match."
Freshman Mira Djuric led the Ducks with 11 kills, while junior Kristen Bitter had 10 kills and a team-high .467 hitting percentage.
Glass, a Pac-10 first-team selection last season, finished with a match-high 12 digs.
Oregon, which has dropped 10 straight conference matches by sweeps dating back to the middle of last year's Pac-10 season, returns home to face No. 25 California at 7 p.m. on Thursday 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. .
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TEMPE, Ariz. - In a Pac-10 volleyball marathon that included 34 ties and 16 lead changes, Oregon State outlasted Arizona State in five 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. the outstanding hitting of Brittany Cahoon.
The Beavers (1-1, 4-4) rallied in the fifth game for an 18-30, 30-27, 30-28, 19-30, 22-20 victory over the host Sun Devils
Leading the way for OSU was Cahoon, who finished with match highs of 23 kills and a .409 hitting percentage. Teammates Kristin Murray and Abby Windell chipped in with 11 kills apiece, as the Beavers hit .223 overall to .287 for Arizona State.
Staci Smith led the ASU attack with 21 kills on .370 hitting. Margie Giordano and Colette Meek added 16 and 15 kills, respectively, as the Sun Devils finished with five players in double figures in kills.
After dropping the first game, OSU came roaring back in the second with its best hitting percentage (.311) of the first four games. The Beavers topped that in the deciding game with 11 kills and no errors while hitting .367.
Oregon State also had a 10-2 advantage in blocks.
Second-half goal helps Clark tie Lane women
Adriana Montes' goal gave Lane Community College the early lead before the Titans settled for a 1-1 women's college soccer tie with Clark College Clark College: see Atlanta Univ. Center. on Saturday.
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Lane (1-5-2 overall) hosts Columbia Basin The Columbia Basin, the drainage basin of the Columbia River, occupies a large area–about 673,396 square kilometres (260,000 square miles)—of the Pacific Northwest region of North America. at 4 p.m. on Friday.
Generals stay unbeaten with romp over Crusaders
KENT, Wash. - The Eugene Generals continued their early domination of the NORPAC Western Division junior hockey schedule with an 18-1 victory over the Kent Crusaders Saturday night.
Eugene (3-0) has outscored its first three opponents by a 25-5 margin. The Generals led 7-0 after the first period and 15-1 after the second.
Michael Frei led the offensive assault with four goals and two assists, while Garrett Bossert and Kristopher Kransky each finished with a hat trick hat trick
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Eugene and Kent (0-3) meet again today at 5:15 p.m.