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OSU continues homestand this weekend facing SFA, Nebraska

THIS WEEKEND
The Oregon State women's soccer team will continue its homestand this weekend as it faces Stephen F. Austin on Friday night starting at 7:30 p.m., before playing Nebraska on Sunday at noon. Sunday's match will also be broadcast on Pac-12 Networks.
A WIN ON FRIDAY WOULD
• Be the 239th win in program history.
• Be OSU's first win against SFA (second meeting).
• Be HC Linus Rhode's first win over SFA (second meeting).
• Be the Beavers first win of the season.

SERIES HISTORY
• Sunday's match will mark the second meeting between Oregon State and Stephen F. Austin.
• The Ladyjacks hold a 1-0 advantage going into the non-conference battle.
• The series started back in 2014 with SFA winning 2-0 at Nacogdoches, Texas.

SCOUTING THE LADYJACKS
• SFA finished the 2015 season with an 9-8-2 overall record.
• The Ladyjacks finished first in the Southland Conference with a record of 8-1-2 to earn its 13th title.
• SFA made it to the SLC tournament semifinals, before suffering a 1-0 loss to Southeastern Louisiana.
• HC for the Ladyjacks is Wally Crittenden in his fourth season and has compiled a 41-14-2 overall record.

UP NEXT
• The Beavers continue play at home next week, hosting a pair of non-conference games against North Texas and Boise State.
• Oregon State will welcome the Mean Green on Friday for a 5 p.m., match at Paul Lorenz Field.
• OSU will host the Broncos on Sunday at 1 p.m.
A WIN ON SUNDAY WOULD
• Could be the 240th win in program history.
• Be OSU's first win against Nebraska (first meeting).
• Be HC Linus Rhode's first win over Nebraska (first meeting).
• Could be the Beavers second win of the season.
• Be the first win against a Big-Ten team since defeating Purdue in 2011, 1-0.

SERIES HISTORY
• Sunday's match will mark the first meeting between Oregon State and Nebraska.

SCOUTING THE HUSKERS
• Nebraska finished the 2015 season with an 8-7-2 overall record.
• The Huskers finished tied for ninth in the Big Ten.
• Despite not qualifying for the NCAA Tournament, the Huskers have made it 11 times since 1995, including eight showings in the Sweet Sixteen and two in the Elite Eight.
• HC for the Cornhuskers is John Walker in his 23rd season and has compiled a 298-140-29 overall record.
• Nebraska will face Oregon on Friday night before playing the Beavers on Sunday.

FOLLOW THE RHODE
• OSU head coach Linus Rhode is in his ninth season.
• He has guided the Beavers to three NCAA Tournament appearances, including a Sweet 16 run in 2009.
• He has notched 72 wins and four winning seasons.
 

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