A victory would put the Ducks in the NCATA
finals for the sixth consecutive season.
Oregon, seeded second, will take on seventh-seeded Alderson-Broaddus in the NCATA
quarterfinals at noon Sunday.
Tara Lubert and Krista Phillips were named NCATA
all-Americans on Thursday.
Senior Tara Lubert, a two-time NCATA
all-American, and senior Sarah Moreno were a part of three of the four titles for the No.
Mulkey built the Ducks into a national power in her five years at the school, winning four NCATA
championships in that time in a sport that is still seeking NCAA recognition.
The Ducks defeated Azusa Pacific 290.825-282.600 on Saturday in the NCATA
national championship match to earn their fourth consecutive national title and avenge their only loss this season.
On Thursday, juniors Tara Lubert and Nicole Erlichman, and sophomore Chandler White, were named to the NCATA
Oregon's score was the most it has scored since the first round of the 2012 NCATA
2 Quinnipiac to win its third straight NCATA
- Oregon was not quite at its best in the championship round of the NCATA
national acrobatics tournament.
- Top-seeded Oregon downed fifth-seeded Fairmont State in the NCATA
national acrobatics and tumbling semifinals on Friday and will go against tournament host Quinnipiac for the championship at 9 a.m.
- Oregon's acrobatics and tumbling team won 12 national championships in events at the NCATA
National Tournament on Thursday at Quinnipiac University, with the Ducks now focusing on defending their team title over the course of the next two days.