USC has won a season-long 10 straight matches. It is the Trojans’ longest winning streak since they opened 2012 with 13 consecutive victories.
At 6-0, USC is off to its best start in league matches since 2006 when they were also 6-0 to open Pac-10 play.
At 16-1, USC is off to its best start to a season since 2006 when it was 17-1 through its first 18 matches.
The Women of Troy improved to 85-7 (.924) in all-time matches as the No. 1-ranked team.
USC improved to 48-9 in all-time matches with Oregon and has won eight of the last nine meetings. The Trojans also improved to 23-4 as the Ducks’ visitors.
The Women of Troy are now 8-0 in the state of Oregon since 2008.
The Trojans have posted a higher hitting percentage than their opponent in each of their 17 matches, this season.
With USC’s 3-0 win over Oregon, head coach Mick Haley recorded his 1,200th career victory (including a 97-32 mark with the men’s team at Kellogg Community College).
Sophomore OH Samantha Bricio had one service ace to give her a total of 44 on the season and move into sole possession of seventh place in USC’s single-season record book. She needs two more to match April Ross(2002) at sixth place and is nine service aces from cracking the Trojans’ all-time career top ten. She currently has 87 career service aces.
Senior libero Natalie Hagglund collected 21 digs to move within five digs of 2,000 in her career. The only other Trojan to reach 2,000 career digs is school record holder Debora Seilhamer who had 2,071 between 2003-06. Hagglund needs 15 digs to move into eighth in Pac-12 history for career digs, ahead of UCLA’s Lainey Gera (2008-11). Gera had 2,009 in her career.
Hagglund had her fifth match of the season with 20 digs or more.