Ducks unable to move up at Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown
The No. 25 Oregon Ducks stagnated during the second round of the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, finishing the day with a collective 1-over-par 289 at Boulder Creek Golf Club.
Oregon, at 12-over 588 for the tournament, is tied with tournament host UNLV in ninth place, two strokes back of Missouri and six back of Washington and East Carolina. Arkansas (23-under 553) has a commanding lead entering the third and final round over Arizona (5-under 571).
Freshman Raphaela Dyer fell back to even-par for the tournament with a 2-over 74, but senior Kendra Little improved to even-par with a 2-under 70. Both golfers finished the day in a tie for 17th place.
Junior Ashley Edwards also shot 2 under par to move up to a 4-over 148 (tied for 39th place), while senior Monika Graf and sophomore Avery Sills carded second rounds of 75. Graf is tied for 66th place (8-over 152), while Sills is tied for 71st (9-over 153).
Emily Tubert of Arkansas shot a 4-under 68 to move up to 13-under 131 for the tournament, increasing her individual lead to six strokes over teammate Kelli Shean and East Carolina’s Amber Littman.
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