Senior Kevin Geniza completed the Bandon Dunes Championship on Tuesday with a career-best finish at 4-under, his second career top-five finish — his first coming last year at the same event, the Bandon Dunes Championship. He ended Day 1 of the tournament tied for fourth and finished in secon…
The No. 15 Oregon women’s golf team shot its best round of the week on the final day of the Wildcat Invitation in Tucson, Arizona, at 2-under par. Beside the Ducks was New Mexico State, which stood in second place at the end of Day 1, and both teams ended the two-day tournament at 4-over. Ho…
After Day 2 of the Bandon Dunes Championship in Bandon, Oregon, Ducks men’s golf moved up the leaderboard from fifth to second place after shooting a 7-under.
The No. 15 Oregon women’s golf team was back on the course in the Arizona Wildcat Invitational in Tucson, Arizona and is entering the tournament coming off its fifth top-10 showing in six tournaments over the course of the season.
Oregon senior Kevin Geniza led the team after Day 1 of the Bandon Dunes Championship on Sunday after shooting a 2-under 69 and currently stands tied for fourth place in the individual standings.
Freshman Briana Chacon led Oregon to its best showing of the week in the final round of the Bruin Wave Invitational on Tuesday.
No. 16 Oregon women’s golf played the first two rounds of the Bruin Wave Invitational in San Luis Obispo, California. The Ducks as a team are sitting in fourth place. The highest placing Duck thus far is Briana Chacon, who is tied for 10th place.
Tom Gueant had the best individual performance for Oregon this season, as he earned the team’s first top-five individual finish. After leading the tournament the first two days, Gueant fell to third place to end the tournament. As a team, the Ducks finished in fifth place.
Tom Gueant maintained his lead after the second day of Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate competition, finishing Round 2 6-under par. However, as a team, Oregon stumbled in the rankings, falling back to sixth place after finishing Friday in first.
The Ducks got off to a hot start in Palm Springs, California on Friday in the first day of the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate Tournament. Tom Gueant was the overall leader at the end of Day 1, edging out Cal State Northridge’s Mats Ege for the top spot.