Oregon Volleyball Falls to Stanford 3-1 on the Road

Oregon Volleyball traveled to Stanford on Thursday as they were faced with the challenge of facing the #2 team on the nation on the road. That challenge proved to be too much for the #17 Ducks as they fell 3-1. Oregon got off to a hot start in set one, and battled Stanford back and forth to a 26-24 loss. Holly Campbell of Stanford had four solo blocks in that set, carrying the way for the top blocking team in the nation. In set two, Oregon jumped out to a 9-4 lead before Stanford put together a big run to come back in the set. Tied at 22-22, Stanford came out of the timeout with a 3-0 run to take set two 25-22. In set three, the struggles started to hit for Oregon and they were trailing 11-4. Oregon slowly came all the way back to impressively win that set 25-22. Set four was a different story, as the Cardinal dominated Oregon 25-11 behind seven blocks. Stanford had a great team effort with many players making impacts, but they were undoubtedly led by 2017 ESPNw player of the year Kathryn Plummer, who had 21 kills, eight digs, and six blocks. Oregon was led by a collection of players, including Ronika Stone (11 kills, five blocks), Lindsey Vander Weide (11 kills, two SA), and Taylor Borup (nine kills, 13 digs). Borup returned after not having played since the October 19th matchup against Cal.

Match Story (by Sean MacPherson)


Head Coach Matt Ulmer


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6:01 Oregon Softball Loses Mary Iakopo to Transfer

  • No other catcher on the roster, first game is three months from today

6:07 No. 17 Oregon Volleyball Travels to the Bay Area

  • Designing the upset: how do the Ducks knock off No. 2 Stanford
  • Cal on Saturday, weekend predictions

6:17 No. 3 Oregon WBB Home Opener vs. No. 18 Syracuse 

  • Shea Serrano in the house as the Ducks tip-off home season with challenge
  • Keys to early season success, what will be the biggest challenges?

6:26 No. 14 Oregon MBB Hosts Eastern Washington Friday Night 

  • A quick look at EWU and what to watch for
  • What storyline interests you the most right now?

6:35 Oregon Football Travels to Utah

  • Is the Oregon offense going to overcome their road struggles?
  • Intriguing matchup in the trenches
  • Keys to the matchup, x-factors and predictions

6:50 All Aboard the Bandwagon 

6:55 The FCC Won’t Let Me Be