Stanford continued to stay atop the leaderboard but had a much quieter day shooting only 3-under to finish with an overall score of 269-281—550 (-18) heading into the final round Wednesday. Washington jumped from Oregon after shooting a 7-under card today and head into the final round at 286-277—564 (-5).
The Cardinal's Patrick Rodgers is the sole leader on the individual board with a card of 65-68—133 (-9) after shooting a 3-under card in the second round. McIver jumped from being tied at 15th after the first round to being tied for sixth with his 3-under par score.
Thomas Lim had a much better day on the links, firing in a 69 thanks to his five birdies to sit in a tie at 17th with teammate Ryann Ree. Lim was 5-under on the day until he got to the 15th and 16th-hole where he went double-bogey then bogey respectively to end at 2-under.
Zach Foushee and Ree both fired a 72 on the day for Oregon. Foushee started the day off with a bogey on the first and third hole before getting back up to even par with birdies on the fifth and seventh hole. The West Linn, Ore., native however hit a bogey once more on the 16th-hole to end the day at 1-over par and tied for 21st. Ree started his round on a much better note with back-to-back birdies, but then went bogey on the fifth, birdie on the ninth and then bogey on the 12th-hole. He then went on to double-bogey on the par-5 16th-hole to end the day at 1-over.
The Greg Norman Course again got the best of Sulman Raza on the second round as the sophomore finished the day carding a 75. Raza battled back from a 3-over score on the front nine with three-straight birdies to break even before shooting a pair of double-bogies and a bogey the following four holes. The sophomore finished with a birdie on the 18th-hole to round out the day at 4-over.
The Ducks head into the final round of The Prestige in third and will tee-off tomorrow with a shotgun start 7:15 a.m. (PST).
The 14th Prestige (Golfstat rankings)
1. – #11 Stanford, 269-280—549 (-19)
2. – #17 Washington, 286-277—563 (-5)
3. – #45 Oregon, 285-281—566 (-2)
4. – #33 LSU, 286-281—567 (-1)
T5. – #23 UCLA, 282-286—568 (E)
T5. – San Diego State, 280-288—568 (E)
T7. – #42 Texas Tech, 292-282—574 (+6) #22
T7. – USC, 288-286—574 (+6)
9. – #31 Arizona State, 290-290—580 (+12)
10. – Univ. of Stirling, 292-289—581 (+13)
11. – UC Davis, 291-283—584 (+16)
12. – Pepperdine, 306-279—585 (+17)