The Associated Press ranking established a school record by being ranked for 19 consecutive polls dating back to last season.
During their current stretch, the Ducks first appeared in the top-25 at No. 22 on Dec. 11, 2006. In the 19 weeks, Oregon has been ranked as high as No. 7 (Jan. 22), and as low as No. 23 (Feb. 19).
The current streak surpassed the previous mark of 18 weeks, set during the final six weeks of the 2001-02 season and the first 12 weeks of the 2002-03 season.
Fresh off a big overtime win last Wednesday over Kansas State in a game played at Manhattan, Kansas, the Ducks head north this week for the 10th annual event in Portland.
The Oregon women will take on UC Santa Barbara starting at 12:30 p.m.
Tickets for the two games can be purchased online by going to RoseQuarter.com or calling ComcastTIX at 877-789-7673. You can also call the Rose Quarter Box Office Info Line at 503-797-9619.
Tickets are also available at participating Safeway stores.
Ducks in PDX on Saturday
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