When: 2:30 pm PT
Where: Las Vegas, NV, Pac-12 Tournament
Watch: Pac-12 Network
After squeaking past the Huskies in first round play yesterday, Oregon’s next opponent in the Pac-12 tournament is tournament #1 seed Stanford. The Ducks played the Cardinal once during the season in Palo Alto, giving Stanford a competitive game before Oregon faltered at the end.
If the Ducks were to prevail - and to do so would be a major upset - then it’s likely that the NCAA selection committee would select them in some manner for the NCAA tournament. A loss today is a wait-and-see scenario for Sunday, to find out the trajectory of Oregon’s continued postseason play.
When: 3:05 pm PT
Where: PK Park, Eugene, OR
Watch: Pac-12 Insider
Oregon baseball (4-3) plays the first of a four-game series at home, against the San Diego Toreros (5-1-1). SD took their series against Nebraska a couple of weeks ago (3-0-1), so they will be competitive, and we’ll see if the Ducks pitching can rise to the occasion.
@jstoffal9 and three true freshmen make up the rotation vs. San Diego at PK Park. Game 1 first pitch is Thursday at 3:05 p.m.— Oregon Duck Baseball (@OregonBaseball) March 1, 2023
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When: 8:00 pm PT
Where: MKA, Eugene, OR
The men’s basketball team ends the regular season at home against the Bay Area teams. Today they host the California Golden Bears before hosting by Stanford on Saturday.
The Ducks should be able to finish their season with a sweep; however, consistency has not been a hallmark of this year’s team, and there may be great gnashing of teeth before the weekend is over.