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LIVE GAME THREAD: Oregon vs. Louisville

Keep it here for the latest updates on the Ducks' first Sweet 16 matchup of the day.
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The No. 6-seed Oregon Ducks (15-8,10-7) woke up Sunday with an opportunity to continue their quest for greatness and the program's first national championship. Players like Sedona Prince will be the first to tell you that this season hasn't gone the way they expected after being a favorite to win it all last season, but that's what makes March so great.

Despite an up-and-down regular season and an early exit from the Pac-12 tournament, Kelly Graves has his team on the verge of an appearance in the Elite 8, but the No. 2-seed ACC champion Louisville Cardinals (25-3, 14-2) stand in the way. Sports Illustrated All-American guard Dana Evans and freshman phenom Hailey Van Lith make this team dangerous, and Oregon will need to play a crisp, disciplined game to take home a win.

You can read my preview of the game here. 

The women's basketball game is the first of two Oregon games today, with Dana Altman's squad set to face off against USC later this evening at 6:45 p.m. PST on TBS. We'll have complete coverage of that game right here, so stay tuned into Ducks Digest for the latest.

Where: Alamodome

When: March 28 approx. 4 p.m. PST


TV Crew: Beth Mowins (Play by play), Debbie Antonelli (Analyst), LaChina Robinson (Reporter)

Stream: Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, Sling

Listen: Oregon Sports Network from Learfield IMG College

Live Updates: Follow @mtorressports on Twitter, and Live Game Thread on Ducks Digest

Oregon starting five: Tayler Mikesell, Maddie Scherr, Erin Boley, Nyara Sabally, Sedona Prince

Louisville starting five: Dana Evans, Mykasa Robinson, Hailey Van Lith, Kianna Smith, Olivia Cochran

Oregon wins tip. 

Hailey Van Lith sinks mid-range jump shot.

Nyara Sabally makes layup.

Kianna Smith makes second chance layup.

Nyara Sabally blocked shot. Oregon shooting 1-7 to start.

Hailey Van Lith makes second-chance floater. Louisville leads 6-2.

Nyara Sabally makes layup, Taylor Mikesell assist.

Olivia Cochran makes second chance layup.

Sedona Prince makes jump shot. 

Sedona Prince picks up second foul. 2:41-1Q

Elizabeth Dixon makes jump shot. 

Erin Boley sinks fading interior jump shot, Louisville leads 10-8.

Taylor Chavez steal.


Nyara Sabally blocked shot. 

Louisville leads Oregon 10-8 at the end of the first quarter.

Louisville out-rebounding Oregon 17-13.

Nyara Sabally blocked shot. Up to 3 blocks. 

Dana Evans hits mid-range jump shot.

2Q-7:04: ESPN's LaChina Robinson reports Scherr injured left ankle, getting iced and evaluated by trainer.

2Q-6:13: Sedona Prince checks back in with 2 fouls.

Dana Evans makes layup, Louisville leads 18-8. 8-0 run.

Sedona Prince makes layup, ending 2 minute scoring drought.

Dana Evans sinks 3-point shot.

Dana Evans makes up-and-under layup, Louisville leads 23-10, 13-2 run.

Kianna Smith makes close jump shot.

Erin Boley makes second chance layup.

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Taylor Mikesell makes mid-range jump shot.

Injury update 1:49-2Q: Maddie Scherr seen testing ankle, light running in tunnel with trainer. Didn't look very encouraging. Not currently on bench. 

Louisville winning turnover battle: 8-4.

Elizabeth Balogun scores layup, wrap-around assist by Dana Evans. 

Louisville leads 29-14 at halftime. Dana Evans leads all scorers with 13 points.

Nyara Sabally makes layup. Sedona Prince assists.

Kianna Smith makes 3-point shot.

Hailey Van Lith makes FT line jumper.

Sedona Prince makes inside jumper.

Sedona Prince blocked shot.

Erin Boley makes 3-point shot. (Oregon 1-11 3pt FG). Louisville leads 34-21

Nyara Sabally makes layup.

Erin Boley makes layup. Louisville leads 34-25. 9-0 Oregon run. 

Dana Evans makes transition layup.

INJURY UPDATE: Maddie Scherr spotted back on bench: 3:22-3Q.

Erin Boley makes pull-up jump shot. 

Dana Evans hits fading jump shot.

Nyara Sabally makes layup.

Dana Evans makes layup, up to 19 points.

Nyara Sabally makes layup.

Dana Evans 1 of 2 free throws.

Nyara Sabally makes 2 of 2 free throws.

INJURY UPDATE 0:28-3Q: Nyara Sabally goes down in pain, grabbing left ankle. Landed on top of Taylor Chavez's foot. Helped off by 2 staff members, having difficulty putting weight on left ankle.

Louisville leads 43-33 at the end of the third quarter.

Sedona Prince knocks down mid-range jumper.

Sedona Prince makes 2 of 2 free throws. Louisville leads 43-37.

Sedona Prince HUGE block on Olivia Cochran.

Dana Evans knocks down 3-pointer. Up to 23 points.

Dana Evans hits 3-pointer, Louisville leads 50-37.

Kianna Smith makes layup. 11-0 run.

Kianna Smith makes pull-up jumper.

Erin Boley makes 3-point shot.

Dana Evans makes transition layup. Louisville leads 60-42.

Louisville wins 60-42.

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