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Colorado's Darby Kiernan leads the Buffs in goals and assists this season. +
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Colorado’s Darby Kiernan leads the Buffs in goals and assists this season. +

The Colorado women’s lacrosse team, ranked 15th in the nation, will reach the halfway point of its Pac-12 Conference schedule with its date Friday night at Oregon. Here is a look at the matchup:

No. 15 Colorado at Oregon

GAME TIME: Friday, 6 p.m. MT, Pape Field, Eugene, Ore.

RECORDS: Colorado 6-3, 3-1 Pac-12 Conference: Oregon 4-3, 2-2.

BROADCAST: TV — Pac-12 Network.

LEADERS: Colorado — Goals: Darby Kiernan, 31; Assists: Kiernan, 13; Goalie: Julia Lisella, 8.14 goals-against average, .589 save percentage. Oregon — Goals: Shannon Williams and Jill Zubillaga, 21; Assists: Cambi Cukar, 16; Goalie: Brittany Read, 10.24 goals-against average, .496 save percentage.

NOTES: CU is 5-0 all-time against the Ducks, including a 16-11 win at home last season … Kiernan begins the weekend tied for 14th in the nation in goals. Kiernan is tied for sixth in the nation with 44 points and has scored 23 over the past six games … The Buffaloes feature three players with at least 20 goals — Kiernan, Miranda Stinson (29), and Samantha Nemirov (20) — with two others closing in. Senior Carly Cox has scored 17 goals and freshman Sadie Grozier has scored 13 … Oregon is coming off an overtime loss at No. 13 USC, which also defeated CU in overtime last week … The Buffs complete a run of four consecutive road games on March 29 at the University of Denver.

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