Oregon Sits Seven Strokes Back

BANDON DUNES, Ore. - The Oregon Ducks sit in third place, just seven strokes back of first place Colorado, heading into the final round of the Bandon Dunes Championship in Bandon Dunes, Ore.

The Ducks (290-294=584) shot six-over as a team today. San Diego State (295-288=583) is one shot ahead of Oregon and the Buffaloes (291-286=577) take a five-stroke lead into the tournament's third and final day.

Johnathan Woo and Ryann Ree are in a 10th-place tie through two rounds to lead the Ducks. Woo (71-74=145) shot two-over today after carding a one-under round on Friday. Ree (72-73=145) sank three birdie puts today en route to a one-over day. Both are +1 for the tournament.

Zach Foushee and Rak Cho sit in a tie for 25th to follow Woo and Ree. Foushee (148) shot a 75 today to follow his 73 in round one. Cho had four birdies and carded Oregon's best round of the day, an even-72. Sulman Raza (74-76=150) is in a tie for 43rd after two rounds.

Tyler Parker (74-80=154) is in a tie for 66th with teammate Tye Gabriel (77-77=154) andBen Itterman (78-77=155) enters the final round in a 71st-place tie. Parker, Gabriel and Itterman are competing as individuals at the Bandon Dunes Championship.

Pacific's Byron Meth shot a 68 today and his four-under score through two days leads the 95-player field.

Oregon wraps up play at the Bandon Dunes Championship tomorrow morning. Live tournament coverage is available at golfstat.com.

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