LAX Postgame Notes: USC vs. Oregon|
Junior attacker Michaela Michael scored a career-high seven goals in USC’s 17-4 win over Oregon
March 27, 2016
- USC improves to 9-0 for the first time in program history, continuing the program's best start to a season.
- The nine-game winning streak is the longest in program history.
- The Trojans improved to 3-2 in their all-time series with Oregon. For the first time in the series, the home team won. USC won at Oregon in 2013 and 2015, and lost at home and in Denver (neutral) in 2014.
- The Women of Troy won their 13th straight game at McAlister Field and improved to 21-8 all-time at the field.
- USC defeated an opponent by a double-digit margin for the sixth time this season and held an opponent under 10 goals for the eighth time in nine games.
- Through nine games, USC is out-scoring its opponents, 146-41, for an average margin of victory of 11.66 goals per game.
- Junior attacker Michaela Michael scored her 21st-career hat trick game and finished with a career-high seven goals. She also set a new career high with eight points in the game. It was Michael's fourth game this season with five goals or more.
- Senior attacker Caroline deLyra scored a season-high five goals. It was her 22nd-career hat trick game and the third time this season that she has scored four goals or more in the same game.
- Sophomore goalie Gussie Johns matched her career mark for a fifth time with five ground balls in the game.
- Junior attacker Gabby McMahon scored a career-high four points (2g, 2a) and set a new career best with two free-position goals.