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Oregon women’s golf improves with a refined focus

Women’s golf new sense of focus helps lead them to a new approach for spring. This focus adds to a more refined game and increases their skills. Stay tuned for their success this spring season.

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Oregon women's golf: Ducks win Peg Barnard Invitational at Stanford

After playing in a field that included four teams ranked ahead of it, Oregon women’s golf (No. 36) won the Peg Barnard Invitational, shooting eight strokes over par (576). The Pac-12 teams who participated in the tournament included Stanford (No. 3), California (No. 34) and Colorado (No. 35).  Stanford finished …

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Oregon men's golf finishes third at Amer Ari Invitational

Oregon men’s golf came up just short of its fifth straight tournament win at the Amer Ari Invitational on Saturday. The No. 2 Ducks finished with a three round score of 35-under – three strokes behind the tournament winner, No. 25 Arizona State – at the par 72 Waikoloa King’s Course in Hawaii. Each of …

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Oregon women's golf beats Oregon State in inaugural Civil War Challenge

Oregon dominated Oregon State on Friday with a final score of 6.5 to 2.5 in the inaugural Civil War Challenge in Portland. The tournament teed off at 8 a.m. with a greensome format featuring three sets of two players from each team. Each of the two members of the set …

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Oregon men's golf heads to Amer Ari Invitational

Expectations have changed for the Oregon men’s golf team since the beginning of the fall season. The Ducks emerged as the only undefeated team in the country after four tournament wins, set an NCAA record for the lowest team score in a single round and garnered the No. 1 ranking from the Golf …

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Eugene Country Club will host men's and women's 2016 golf national championships

The NCAA Division 1 Men’s and Women’s Golf Committees selected the Eugene Country Club as the site for the 2016 national championships, hosted by the University of Oregon. Eugene Country Club hosted the men’s championship in 1959 and 1978, but just recently hosted the USGA U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship in …

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Eventful first term serves as learning experience for freshman Kelsey Ulep

Anyone who has experienced the freshman year of college can attest to its unique challenges. In addition to the usual obstacles, highly-touted freshman golfer Kelsey Ulep needed to step in as one of the five Ducks on the traveling team as they participated in four tournaments within a one-month span. …

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No. 1 Oregon men's golf resets after winter break

It was a whirlwind fall for the Oregon men’s golf team. Four first place finishes, multiple career best performances and a NCAA record round at the Ka’anapali Golf Course put the Ducks in unchartered territory. Oregon currently sits at No. 1 in the GCAA Coaches Poll, No. 3 in Golfweek’s …

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Top-ranked Oregon men's golf prepares for Patriot All-America

After a month long break, No. 1 Oregon men’s golf will send Thomas Lim, Brandon McIver and Aaron Wise to the fourth annual Patriot All-America tournament at The Wigwam golf course in Litchfield Park, Arizona Dec. 29-31. The 54-hole tournament features several top-100 collegiate golfers from the United States as …

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Q&A: Highly ranked women's golf recruit Kathleen Scavo discusses why she chose Oregon

Less than two weeks after the conclusion of what the team considered a disappointing fall, women’s golf landed a major recruit for next season. Golfweek’s No. 13 ranked golfer in the class of 2015, Kathleen Scavo, committed to Oregon. Hailing from Justin-Siena High School in Napa, California, Scavo brings to Eugene …

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Women’s golf looks to improve through diversity

The Oregon women’s golf team, ranked No. 36 in the country by GolfStat.com, hopes that its assortment of ages and skill sets will translate to consistency prior to resuming the season in February. “We have such a great mix of girls,” Cathleen Santoso said. “It’s an advantage that we have.” …

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Women's golf looks to improve through diversity

The Oregon women’s golf team, ranked No. 36 in the country by GolfStat.com, hopes that its assortment of ages and skill sets will translate to consistency prior to resuming the season in February. “We have such a great mix of girls,” Cathleen Santoso said. “It’s an advantage that we have.” …

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Oregon men’s golf breaks through at Ka’anapali and takes No. 1 rank

If going undefeated wasn’t good enough, breaking an NCAA record pushed the Oregon men’s golf team over the top. Oregon’s dominant performance at the blustery Ka’anapali Golf Course proved that the men’s golf team was ready to make the jump to No. 1 in the Golf Coaches Association of America …

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Women’s golf to make tweaks after grueling fall season

She had just completed her best tournament of the fall season, shooting just 1 over par in North Carolina. Five days later, Oregon sophomore women’s golfer Cathleen Santoso couldn’t finish her first round at Stanford due to illness. “I was actually pretty bummed to sit out because I knew I had …

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No. 2 Oregon men’s golf’s streak extends after win at Ka’anapali

The No. 2 ranked Oregon men’s golf team shot 254, 291 and 274 (33-under) to win the Ka’anapali Collegiate Classic in Lahaina, Hawaii, marking the first time in program history that the team has won four consecutive events to start the season. After breaking the program record for lowest single round team score (30-under) …

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No. 2 Oregon men’s golf shatters program record in first round at Ka’anapali

The No. 2 Oregon men’s golf team shot a record breaking 30-under 254 in their opening round at the par-71 Ka’anapali Classic on Friday. Oregon’s previous single round record was 17-under 267, set in 2009, but this performance shattered that record by 13 strokes, a notable margin of improvement for the …

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No. 2 Oregon men’s golf climbs the polls after hot start

Oregon men’s golf is now ranked in the top five of all three national polls after its best start since 2011. The Ducks received five first-place votes in last week’s Golf Coaches Association of America Coaches Poll, climbing 11 spots from their previous ranking to No. 3. Golfstat’s rankings have Oregon …

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Oregon men’s golf’s Hurly Long is ready for the next big stage

If Tiger Woods started at age 2, then Hurly Long might have a leg up on him. Long is the newest international addition to the Oregon men’s golf team and has been swinging the clubs since he was just 18 months old. Raised in St. Leon-Rot, Germany, Long has been a star in …

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Oregon women’s golf finishes twelfth at Stanford

Oregon finished twelfth in the Stanford Intercollegiate this weekend with 879 total strokes (+27). Caroline Inglis recorded the lowest total score for the Ducks with a 218 (+5), which tied for 43rd in the tournament. The Ducks continued to compete against some of the nation’s top programs. Five of the …

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Oregon Women’s Golf builds on chemistry in 2014-2015

Prior to the upcoming season, Oregon women’s golf traveled a total 11,250 miles in its trip to Spain. The mileage has no comparison to the journey that these Ducks have taken together. In fall of last season, the team appeared to be a legitimate contender to play in the NCAA …

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Oregon women’s golf finishes eighth in competitive North Carolina Tournament

Oregon finished eighth this weekend at the Ruth’s Chris Tar Heel Invitational in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The Ducks totaled 887 strokes in the tournament, 25 off the lead. Oregon was the lone west coast team in a tournament that consisted of numerous schools from the ACC and SEC. Duke, …

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Women’s golf finishes 11th in season’s first tournament

In its first inter-collegiate matchup of the season, Oregon finished 11th at the Windy City Collegiate Championships in Wilmette, Illinois. In 36-rounds on Monday and 18 on Tuesday, the five Ducks who participated totaled 908 strokes (+44) at the par 72 course. The tournament served as a valuable measuring stick …

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Thomas Lim carries Oregon men’s golf to Nike Golf win

After windy conditions knocked Thomas Lim out of contention on the Palouse last weekend, the sophomore bounced back and carried Oregon to the Nike Golf Collegiate Invitational team title on Tuesday at the par-70 Colonial Country Club. With the field packed with powerhouse programs like Texas, Oklahoma and Stanford, Oregon was placed in the early-season spotlight …

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Oregon men’s golf: Ducks finish ninth at Bandon Dunes Championship

For Casey Martin, the Bandon Dunes Championship was a tournament for his team to continue to learn and get better. Ultimately, it is the number one priority he holds for his group of golfers. And after winning the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate in its preceding tournament, the event looked to be …

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Oregon men’s golf: Sulman Raza finds his mental approach, posts best mark of his college career

To improve his golf performance, Sulman Raza had to focus on his mental approach. The sophomore was going through a rocky period in his career as a golfer while trying to adjust the mechanics of his swing, and the results were not showing signs of improvement. Raza became heavily influenced …

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Oregon women’s golf: Ducks earn first title of the season at Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational

Behind a par-288 in the final round, the Oregon women’s golf team captured its first tournament title of the season in the Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational. Placing first out of 13 teams, the 20th-ranked Ducks carded a tournament score of 876 (+12), two strokes ahead of second place UC Davis. …

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An energized and young men’s golf team sees their potential heading into spring

Following winter break, head coach Casey Martin held a meeting before the spring season began and delivered a message to his team. With a large contingent of underclassmen, the eighth-year head coach sees a level of potential from this group that is capable of brushing off a rough fall season …

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Emerald Quick Hits: Oregon football gets three early enrollers

– Oregon football will have at least three newcomers in practice this spring, as two transfers and one freshmen enrolled at the University for winter term. Cornerback Dominique Harrison, linebacker Johnny Ragin and wide receiver Jalen Brown are the first early enrollments for Ducks football. Harrison is a transfer from …

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Oregon women’s golf prepares for spring season

The No. 17 ranked Oregon women’s golf team has a lot to look forward to in its upcoming spring season following a historic start in fall 2013. From boasting a 50-17 record to placing top six in every event, the Ducks have not only exceeded expectations from a statistical stand point, …

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Ducks finish fourth in the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational

At the conclusion of the final round of play, the University of Oregon women’s golf team moved up one spot in the standings to finish in fourth place at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational. On Wednesday the Ducks (302-306-310-918) @@http://www.i4u.com/2012/10/university-oregon/[email protected]@ shot a 22-over 310 to cap off their play at the …

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