HOSTS: Ian Gerig, Brent Kelly and Mark Wang
6:00 Friday Night Spotlight Preview
- Live from South Eugene High School with Matt Tyra
6:02 Oregon Softball Opens Season
- Ducks beat Georgia, Fresno State, CSUN in Kajikawa Classic
- Impressions of squad so far
- What is this team’s identity?
- Is this finally Oregon’s year?
6:20 Duck Defense Dominates Dawgs
- Strong rebound off of Stanford game
- Historical defensive performance
- Is Troy Brown finally reaching his potential?
- Can this team still make the dance?
6:35 Oregon Women Head North
- Looking for a season sweep of the Evergreen state
- How can the Huskies take down the Ducks?
- Predictions for the rest of the year
Friday Night Spotlight (~6:45-9:00)
- 88.1 FM and live stream
- 6A Girls Basketball: South Eugene vs North Medford
The Ducks defense proved key in the big victory against the Huskies. The Ducks only allowed their opponents to shoot 27.8% from the field and 17.6% from the three-point line. As a result of their great defense, the Huskies leading scorer, freshman guard Jaylen Nowell, who came into the game averaging 16.5 ppg, was held to only 9 points on 4-15 shooting. The defense in the paint was also great for the Ducks, as the team had 7 blocks, all of which came from freshman forward Kenny Wooten. Offensively, the Ducks were solid as the three players who scored in double figures shot 50% or better from the field. Freshman Troy Brown led the team in scoring with 21 points on 8-12 shooting. Also, sophomore Payton Pritchard chipped in 12 points and 8 assists, while freshman Kenny Wooten had 12 points and 7 blocks. The Ducks (16-8, 6-5 PAC-12) are now above .500% in conference. Their next game is on Sunday against Washington State at 5 pm at Matthew Knight Arena.
Game Story (by Naveed Habibelahian)
Head Coach Dana Altman
Freshmen Kenny Wooten and Troy Brown