- The Oregon women's basketball team begins a three-game road trip at Nevada.
- Oregon's top scorers are Grace VanSlooten and Chance Gray, who are combining to average 31.3 points per game.
- Nevada's defense ranks fifth in the nation in steals per game.
Oregon women’s basketball is set to begin a three-game road swing with a matchup against Nevada at the Lawler Events Center in Reno. The Ducks are led by sophomores Grace VanSlooten and Chance Gray, who combine for 31.3 points per game. After suffering their first loss of the season to Santa Clara, Oregon aims to bounce back against a Nevada team that boasts a strong defense, ranking highly in steals and turnovers forced. The last meeting between these two teams was in 2012, and the Ducks lead the all-time series 4-2.
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