The Oregon volleyball team had no one with more than eight kills Sunday as the Ducks fell in three sets in a Pac-12 Conference match to USC at Matthew Knight Arena.

The Trojans (11-7, 5-3 Pac-12) won 25-23, 25-23, 25-23 to drop the Ducks to 6-11 and 2-6 in the Pac-12 after Oregon was coming off a Friday home win over UCLA.

Oregon had a 22-19 lead in the first set before USC ran off five straight points to take control of the set. The Ducks had another late lead in the second set at 23-22 before the Trojans rallied for the win. The third set was tied at 17-17 before the Trojans closed out the set and the win.

Brooke Nuneviller had eight kills and 14 digs for the Ducks. Willow Johnson had seven kills and Taylor Williams and Ronika Stone added six kills apiece. Oregon had a .136 attack percentage for the match.

USC's Khalia Lanier had a match-high 15 kills. Jasmine Gross added 10 kills for the Trojans.