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Amy Morikawa of Oregon Tech has been chosen as the Red Lion women’s soccer Defensive Player of the Week the conference office announced today.
The 5-foot-7 junior defender from Fullerton, Calif., anchored the Tech defense as she played every minute in the two shutout wins on the road. It helped the Owls remain undefeated in conference play as they grabbed the conference-leading ninth and 10th shutouts on the year.
Up next, the Lady Owls will return home this weekend for games against Multnomah University on Friday and Warner Pacific University on Saturday with both games starting at 12:00 PM at the OIT Soccer Field.
The Oregon Ducks football team is climbing in the polls and into the driver’s seat for the Pac-12 North title, and for that to continue the Ducks will have to vanquish what’s become their conference nemesis in recent years.
The Ducks (6-1, 4-0 Pac-12) host Washington State in Autzen Stadium on Saturday (7:30 p.m., ESPN). The Cougars have a four-game winning streak in the series, and are looking to stunt Oregon’s momentum after the Ducks’ 35-31 win last week at UW gave them a six-game winning streak.
UO head coach Mario Cristobal looked ahead to the matchup and discussed other topics Monday in his weekly press conference with local media
Oregon State redshirt senior punter Daniel Rodriguez has been named the Pac-12 Conference’s Special Teams Player of the Week, it was announced on Monday.
Rodriguez, from Pleasanton, Calif., picked up his second special teams honor of the season after averaging 40.9 yards on nine punts in the Beavers’ 21-17 win over California Saturday in Berkeley. He trapped the Golden Bears inside their 20 twice and had a game-long 51-yarder late in the third quarter.
Rodriguez is averaging 44.2 yards per punt this season, which would rank as the second-best single-season mark in school history if the season ended today. He’s also averaging 42.7 yards per punt over his career, which is tied for second-best in the program’s record books.