Oregon State sophomore Bridgette Skiba has been named the Pac-12 goalkeeper of the week.
Skiba recorded her sixth-solo shutout of the season on Thursday night as Oregon State defeated Oregon, 1-0, in the Civil War at Lorenz Field. The goalkeeper finished with five saves through 90 minutes of action against the Ducks.
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Overall, the sophomore finished with 69 saves on the season and boasts a .784 save percentage after starting 19 games and playing 1751 minutes in goal for the Beavers. Following the last week of regular-season action, Skiba sits fifth in the Pac-12 for total saves, fourth in save percentage and seventh in goals-allowed average (.98).
Skiba finished the 2019 season by etching her name into Oregon State's single season Records to tie for fourth in both solo shutouts and goals-against average. The Portland native has also worked her way onto the OSU Career Records in career saves (eighth with 147 saves) and solo shutouts (tied for seventh with seven).