oregon VS colorado

2020-03-06
oregon
oregon - 5

vs

colorado
colorado - 21
  • Scoring

  • hanna hilcoff ( 2 , 0 )
  • brooke rooney ( 0 , 2 )
  • shonly wallace ( 1 , 0 )
  • lillian stump ( 1 , 0 )
  • sydney lawrence ( 1 , 0 )
  • Scoring

  • chloe willard ( 5 , 2 )
  • charlie rudy ( 4 , 3 )
  • jen mistretta ( 0 , 4 )
  • zoe lawless ( 3 , 0 )
  • bailey hawkins ( 2 , 0 )
  • annika nissen ( 2 , 0 )
  • pearl schwartz ( 2 , 0 )
  • sadie grozier ( 1 , 1 )
  • kate burnside ( 1 , 1 )
  • liz phillips ( 1 , 0 )
  • audrey kingdom ( 0 , 1 )
  • kasey braun ( 0 , 1 )
  • katie haley ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • hanna hilcoff 5
  • brooke rooney 1
  • shonly wallace 2
  • lillian stump 3
  • sydney lawrence 1
  • Shots

  • chloe willard 7
  • charlie rudy 6
  • zoe lawless 3
  • bailey hawkins 2
  • annika nissen 2
  • pearl schwartz 7
  • sadie grozier 4
  • kate burnside 2
  • liz phillips 2
  • audrey kingdom 2
  • kasey braun 1
  • katie haley 1
  • eliza cahill 1
  • Ground Balls

  • logan gierke 2
  • jamie level 1
  • alma nye 1
  • lily shalz 3
  • rachel williams 1
  • gracyn elliott 2
  • Ground Balls

  • chloe willard 1
  • charlie rudy 1
  • jen mistretta 2
  • zoe lawless 1
  • kate burnside 2
  • liz phillips 2
  • audrey kingdom 1
  • katie haley 1
  • madi wifall 1
  • sabrina robbins 2
  • macaul mellor 2
  • anna collawn 1
  • eliza cahill 2
  • julia lisella 2
  • Turnovers

  • hanna hilcoff 2
  • brooke rooney 1
  • shonly wallace 1
  • jamie level 2
  • haileigh farrell 1
  • lily shalz 1
  • rachel williams 2
  • allison brown 2
  • katie collins 1
  • claire domshick 1
  • Turnovers

  • chloe willard 2
  • charlie rudy 2
  • zoe lawless 1
  • pearl schwartz 2
  • katie haley 1
  • macaul mellor 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • logan gierke 1
  • jamie level 1
  • lily shalz 1
  • rachel williams 1
  • katie collins 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • sadie grozier 2
  • kate burnside 2
  • liz phillips 1
  • madi wifall 1
  • anna collawn 1
  • eliza cahill 1
  • Faceoffs Won

  • hanna hilcoff 2
  • sydney lawrence 1
  • logan gierke 1
  • jamie level 1
  • alma nye 1
  • lily shalz 3
  • Faceoffs Won

  • kate burnside 10
  • liz phillips 3
  • macaul mellor 3
  • eliza cahill 3
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • Faceoffs Taken

  • Saves

  • alle dunbar 10 ( 0.32 )
  • Saves

  • julia lisella 3 ( 0.43 )
  • molly galloway 1 ( 0.50 )
  • Current Records

  • oregon 2 - 5
  • Current Records

  • colorado 2 - 5
The 24th-ranked Colorado lacrosse team opened up Pac-12 Conference play with a 21-5 victory Friday afternoon at Kittredge Field. "It's huge for us. It is our first conference game and every conference game is important for us and our goals this season," head coach Ann Elliott Whidden said. "So to come out here and to be able to bounce back is really important for this team and hopefully it will give us a little more confidence moving forward." The impressive win comes after the Buffs suffered a 20-7 defeat at No. 14 Michigan on Feb. 23. In that contest, only four Buffs recorded a point, but Friday was a different story with 13 different players picking up at least one point. Charlie Rudy and Chloe Willard led CU with seven points apiece. Rudy scored four goals and had three assists, but it was Willard's day as she tallied a career-high five goals and added two assists. CU had nine players combine for 21 goals, while eight combined for 14 assists. The 14 assists rank second in CU single-game history. "For us to be successful, we need everyone playing together and doing their roles and helping each other out there," Whidden said. "I thought today defensively we did a good job of that. We were a lot more active down there on the defensive end which we need to be. Offensively, I thought we did a good job. We had a lot of assists today, a lot of different players contributing and that's huge for us moving forward. We need that." Colorado improves to 2-2 with the win and starts conference play 1-0, while Oregon moves to 1-5 overall (0-1 Pac-12). WHAT HAPPENED: The Buffaloes wasted no time as Rudy scored her first goal just 65 seconds into the contest. CU would score three more times in the next three minutes with goals from Sadie Grozier, Kate Burnside and Rudy again to take a 4-0 lead. The Ducks stopped CU's run with their first marker at 25:35 on a free-position attempt, but Liz Phillips responded with her first of the game 11 seconds later to put the Buffs up 5-1. UO would score next, converting on another free-position attempt, but then Colorado would string together five straight goals, including Pearl Schwartz's first collegiate goal, to increase its lead to 10-2. Both teams would add one more marker before halftime. The Buffs picked up where they left off in the second half as Willard found the back of the next 24 seconds into the period. Including Willard's first goal of the half, CU would record six straight goals in the first 13 minutes of the second half, which gave the Buffaloes a demanding 17-3 advantage. Halfway through the second half, Oregon's Lillian Stump scored her first of the game, but CU answered with another four consecutive markers to bring the score to 21-4. The Ducks tallied one final goal in the last two minutes to get to five goals for the game. "We had two weeks off [after Michigan] so we knew we had to practice hard and come out and get a win to get back on our feet," Rudy said. "We got a lot of momentum in the first half, so we just built off of that. I think everyone is feeling good about this and going into Coastal Carolina. We are feeling pretty good and need to get another win." KEY STATISTICS: The Buffs played a well-rounded game, but one of the key places they saw success was in the draw circle. CU recorded 19 draw controls, 10 from Kate Burnside, while Oregon had just nine. Colorado also outshot the Ducks 40-12 and led in ground balls (21-10). The Buffaloes also played well on defense, holding UO to just nine shots on goal the entire game. NOTABLE: Pearl Schwartz scored her first collegiate goals in the win. Bailey Hawkins also tallied her first goal for the Buffs. Annika Nissen had two goals in the game, a career-best. For the third straight game, Charlie Rudy has recorded three or more goals. Rudy, along with Sadie Grozier and Liz Phillips, have scored in all four games this season. Chloe Willard recorded a career high with seven points. She also had a career-best five goals. Jen Mistretta and Rudy recorded career-highs in assists. Mistretta had four, while Rudy had three. Colorado is 36-0 when recording 15 or more goals in a game. This was the ninth time in program history the Buffs recorded 20 or more goals. When opponents are held to five to nine goals, CU is 41-5. The Buffs are now 5-2 in conference openers CU has never lost a game to Oregon and is now 11-0 all-time Colorado recorded 35 points in the win, which is the second most points in a game. The record is 36. The Buffs' 21 goals is tied for the fifth most goals in a game. That record is 24.