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Colorado lacrosse senior Miranda Stinson has been a catalyst during the Buffaloes’ run of three wins in four games.

After routing Arizona State on Sunday, the Colorado women’s lacrosse team will attempt to end the first half of the Pac-12 Conference slate with another victory Saturday against Oregon. A look at the matchup:

Oregon at No. 25 Colorado lacrosse

GAME TIME: Saturday, 1 p.m., Kittredge Field.

RECORDS: Oregon 2-7, 0-4 Pac-12 Conference; Colorado 4-4, 3-1.

KEY PLAYERS: Oregon — A Shannon Williams, Sr., 25 goals, 18 assists; A Carlie Leach, Fr., 16 goals, three assists; GK Rachel Hall, Fr., .504 save percentage, 13.42 goals-against average. Colorado — A Miranda Stinson, Sr., 30 goals, nine assists; A Samantha Nemirov, Sr., 21 goals, four assists; GK Julia Lisella, Jr., .493 save percentage, 10.29 goals-against average.

NOTES: After the match, the Buffs will host a youth clinic for young lacrosse players in the eighth grade or younger…The Buffs have won three of their past four games and are coming off a 15-3 rout of Arizona State. Stinson has posted 21 goals and four assists during that span…CU is 8-0 all-time against the Ducks…Oregon features two native Coloradoans on its roster in Kent Denver graduate Emily Munro (seven goals, two assists) and Chatfield graduate Jen Lanuza (one goal, three assists)…The Ducks have lost five consecutive games…CU completes a four-game homestand Tuesday afternoon at 4 p.m. against the University of Denver in the Buffs’ final nonconference game.

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