Oregon's Jordan Dail was named the Pac-12 pitcher of the week on Monday after leading the Ducks to a 3-1 weekend in Missouri with three complete-game wins in a span of 24 hours.

The sophomore left-hander allowed five runs on seven hits over 19 total innings pitched, going 3-0 in two games against Pittsburgh and one against Missouri. She also recorded 23 strikeouts and seven walks. Dail was especially good in Oregon's 4-1 win over Missouri on Saturday, striking out seven over seven complete innings while allowing just one run on two hits and holding the Tigers hitless through the first four innings.

Dail has been a workhorse for the Ducks this season, her first after transferring from Virginia Tech. She leads the Pac-12 and is seventh in the NCAA with 152.2 innings pitched, and ranks third in the conference and 15th nationally with 165 strikeouts. Dail also leads the Pac-12 in appearances (28) and games started (23), and is second in batters struck out looking (44) and tied for fourth in wins (13).