The Oregon women's basketball team won't have to leave the Pacific Northwest until the Final Four round in the NCAA tournament.
The Ducks were given the No. 2 seed in the Spokane Region on Monday, and they will host the tournament's first two rounds, starting with No. 15 seed Seattle University at 4 p.m. Friday at Matthew Knight Arena.
If Oregon wins, it will host the winner of No. 7 seed Wisconsin-Green Bay and No. 10 seed Minnesota on Sunday.
If the Ducks make it to the Sweet 16, then they will compete in Spokane. A trip to the Final Four would take them to Columbus, Ohio.
Oregon swept the Pac-12 championships this season, winning the regular season title for the first time since 2000, and winning the conference tournament for the first time ever.
The Ducks enter the NCAA tournament with a 30-4 overall record, including a current nine-game winning streak.
Oregon is 16-1 at home this season, with the lone loss coming Feb. 4 against Stanford.
Last season, the Ducks set a program record by reaching the NCAA Elite Eight.