Trip to watch Oregon's Sweet 16 game in Spokane could cost you

Coach Kelly Graves lets out a yell as Lexi Bando scores one of her game ending three-pointers. The Oregon Ducks defeated the USC Trojans 80-74 on Friday at Matthew Knight Arena in a game that went into double overtime. Lexi Bando sealed the Ducks victory by scoring a three-pointer in the closing of the game. Ruthy Hebard set a new NCAA record of 30 consecutive field goals, the old record being 28. Ruthy Hebard got a double-double with 27 points and 10 rebounds, Mallory McGwire also had 10 rebounds. The ducks had four players in double digits. The Ducks are now 24-4, 13-2 in the Pac-12, and are tied for first with Stanford. Photo by August Frank, Oregon News Lab

EUGENE, Ore. - After successful trips through the regional rounds of NCAA Tournament play, both the women of Oregon and Oregon State are headed to the Sweet 16.

For the Ducks, that means a trip to Spokane, Washington, and if you want to attend the game, it's going to cost you.

The seven-hour drive will range, depending on the vehicle you take, and gas cost will be approximately $70 one way.

Flights to Spokane leaving on Saturday range from $550-$700 with Alaskan Airlines, and hotels range from $70-$300, averaging $120 per night.

The Oregon women play either Ohio State or Central Michigan on Saturday at 6:30 p.m., and Oregon State will play Baylor.

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