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Ducks open Pac-10 play against UW.

Byline: The Register-Guard

Oregon opens its Pac-10 Conference volleyball season tonight against eighth-ranked Washington at 7 p.m. at McArthur Court.

The No. 24 Ducks (11-1), who have lost 13 straight matches to the Huskies, are coming off a three-game sweep of then-No. 20 Ohio State last weekend.

Washington (11-0), a Final Four team last season, was one of three Pac-10 teams to go undefeated in the nonconference season.

The Ducks' home match against Washington last season drew 2,672 fans - the second-largest volleyballl crowd ever at Mac Court.

UO women might have three home games on TV

The Oregon women's basketball team will have as many as three nationally televised Pac-10 Conference games during the 2007-08 season, according to the Pac-10's television package released by the conference Thursday.

The Ducks are scheduled to be televised on Fox Sports Net in their 10 a.m. game at Arizona State on Feb. 2 and their 1 p.m. game at home against California on Feb. 9.

In addition, Oregon's March 1 game against Oregon State is one of three wild-card possibilities to be shown on FSN. The 11 a.m. time slot will feature either the Ducks and Beavers, Arizona State at USC or Arizona at UCLA.
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Title Annotation:Sports; The UO volleyball team faces the Huskies tonight at Mac Court
Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Sep 21, 2007
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