Following Ria Scott’s exit for Virginia, Oregon women’s golf has named Derek Radley the new head coach.
After nine seasons as the head coach of Oregon women’s golf, Ria Scott has left the program to take the head coaching job at the University of Virginia.
Sometimes it’s good to be home.
In a three-day tournament on the Oregon coast, the Oregon men’s golf team took sixth place out of 14 teams while shooting 4-under par. Arizona State won the tournament, going 28-under par.
The Oregon men’s golf team put together their best performance of the season, finishing in third place at The Prestige in La Quinta, California, in a weather-shortened two-day tournament that concluded on Wednesday.
The Oregon Ducks men’s golf team finished in eighth place at 4-under par in the Amer Ari Invitational in Waikoloa, Hawaii. The event was the first tournament of the spring season for the Ducks.
Various Oregon athletic teams had multiple players make their commitment to the Ducks official on Wednesday. Here’s a look at those players:
Oregon women’s golf wrapped up its Fall season with a 10th-place finish at the Pac-12 Preview at Nanea Golf Club in Kailua Kona, Hawaii Tuesday afternoon. The Ducks finished at 28-over par (612) after two rounds, but the third and final round on Tuesday was canceled due to rain and lightning.
Norman Xiong has been playing golf at a high level for most of his life, but he has never had a year quite like this one.
The Oregon men’s golf team wrapped up the Trinity Forest Invitational on Tuesday, finishing in eighth place overall in Dallas.
Sophomore Norman Xiong tied for first to lead Oregon men’s golf to a fourth place finish in the Rod Myers Invitational at Duke University Golf Club on Sunday.
Facing an uphill battle throughout the NCAA Championships, the Oregon Ducks golf team played from behind throughout the six-day event in Sugar Grove, Illinois, and couldn’t come back against the Oklahoma Sooners.
For the second year in a row, the Oregon men’s golf team will be playing for a national championship. To get there, the No. 5 Ducks had to defeat the No. 4 seed Oklahoma State Cowboys and the No. 1 seed Vanderbilt Commodores back-to-back on Tuesday.
Oregon baseball wrapped up their regular season schedule with a 10-1 loss to the UCLA Bruins on Saturday afternoon at PK Park.
At 3 years old, an excited Wyndham Clark went with his mother to the driving range to hit a couple buckets of golf balls. Three years later, he hit his first hole in one.
Following the school’s first golf national championship in program history, the Ducks have set themselves up to be part of the 30-team field competing for a national championship again in 2017. The title defense begins Friday, May 26 at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Illinois.
Oregon’s season wrapped up on Monday afternoon as the Ducks finished 24th in the stroke-play portion of the NCAA Championships in Sugar Grove, Illinois. Only the top eight teams from stroke play advance to match play.
Following the program’s first ever national championship last spring, the Oregon Ducks men’s golf team will get a chance to repeat in next week’s NCAA Championships.
The Oregon men’s golf team will compete in the three-day Baton Rouge Regional beginning Monday.
Oregon women’s golf shot a 4-under 284 in the final round of the Lubbock NCAA Regional Tournament on Wednesday to finish third and advance to the NCAA Championships for the second straight year.
When Oregon’s men’s golfer Norman Xiong was 6 years old, with the help of his uncle, he traveled from his home country of Guam to California participate in the six-and-under junior world golf tournament. That is where Xiong caught the eye of instructor Rick Johnson.
The Oregon Ducks men’s golf team capped off its regular season by clinching the program’s first Pac-12 Championship since 1959 on Sunday. Wyndham Clark took home the individual championship giving the Ducks their first medalist since 1978.
Oregon’s postseason got off to a shaky start earlier this week.
Starting this week, the Ducks will get exactly what they need: a fresh start. Postseason play kicks off with regional tournaments two weeks from Monday but Oregon needs to take care of business in conference first.
The Oregon Ducks finished the 2017 regular season schedule with a third-place finish at the Western Intercollegiate in Santa Cruz, California on Sunday.
Oregon men’s golf dominated every aspect of the 28th Annual Duck Invitational, a 15-team two-day tournament that concluded Tuesday at Eugene Country Club.
In a dominant performance, the Oregon men’s golf team picked up its third victory of 2017, winning by 22 strokes at the Bandon Dunes Championship over second place Texas Tech. Three Ducks finished in the top four of the individual standings with the nation’s No. 1 collegiate golfer, senior W…
Coming off their second victory in three tournaments, the Ducks now have two of the top four college golfers in the nation, according to the new Golfweek/Sagarian rankings released Tuesday.
Up until she injured her groin during a weightlifting session last spring, Oregon junior Kelsey Ulep had started in every tournament possible over the course of her Oregon career.
Oregon wrapped up play on Monday in 11th place at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate in New Orleans. Sophomore Petra Salko lead the Ducks with a score of 4-over par (220), good enough to tie for 22nd individually among the field.
For the second time in three tournaments, the Oregon Ducks took first place, this time in Palm Desert, California, at the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate. The Ducks were led again by what’s become the dynamic duo in Wyndham Clark and Norman Xiong.
Coming off a third place finish in the Amer Ari Invitational in Hawaii, the No. 10 Oregon men’s golf team heads to Palm Desert, California to compete in the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate. The three day tournament starts Friday, Feb. 17 at 7:30 a.m.
Oregon has started their spring season off on a high note. On Sunday, led by Junior Kelsey Ulep, the Ducks finished second out of 12 teams in the Peg Barnard Invitational in Stanford, California.
The Arnold Palmer Cup rankings were announced on Thursday, and a pair of Ducks are in the top six for the American team. Senior Wyndham Clark was listed No. 1, while freshman Norman Xiong was listed No. 6 despite only playing in two tournaments with the Ducks.
Oregon’s Wyndham Clark has been named one of the 28 members of the 2017 Ben Hogan Award watch list by the Golf Coaches Association, Colonial Country Club and the Friends of Golf. The award is presented annually to the top men’s Division I, II, II, NAIA or NJCAA collegiate golfer.
The Oregon men’s golf team completed the Amer Ari Invitational with a third-place finish on Saturday. Texas Tech won the event by eight strokes over the second place USC Trojans. The Ducks improved in the standings by two spots over each round after finishing round one in seventh place on Thursday.
Oregon head coach Ria Scott has a saying she shares with her players: “Winter break does wonders.”
Sitting at 15-under par, good for fifth place on Friday, the Oregon men’s golf team put themselves in play for a top-three finish in the Amer Ari Invitational.
Fresh off the team’s first win of the year in the Arizona Intercollegiate, the No. 22 Oregon men’s golf team will step up the competition level this week in the Amer Ari Invitational on Feb. 2-4.
After the first day at the Amer Ari Invitational, the Oregon men’s golf team sits tied for seventh alongside the UCLA Bruins at 3-under par.
Megan Conder, a junior on the Oregon women’s golf team, has officially left the team, the team’s spokesman confirmed to the Emerald.
It was a clean sweep for the Ducks in their first match of the 2017 season at the Arizona Intercollegiate in Tucson, Arizona, on Monday and Tuesday.
Oregon’s men’s golf team will begin its run at defending the school’s first national championship when its starts off the 2017 season at the Arizona Intercollegiate on Jan. 23 and 24. The tournament will be played at Sewailo Golf Club in Tucson, Arizona.
After three fall events in which the Oregon men’s golf team showed steady improvement, the Ducks will compete in seven tournaments this winter as they prepare to defend their first NCAA championship in school history.
Oregon women’s golf wrapped up its fall season on Oct. 25, finishing fourth out of 12 teams at the Nanea Pac-12 Preview. That mark is much improved from last season when the Ducks finished second to last at Nanea.
In their final tournament of the fall, the Oregon men’s golf team was defeated by the Illinois Fighting Illini 3-2 in the match play championship at East Lake Cup in Atlanta, Georgia, on Wednesday.
The Oregon women’s golf team finished tied for fourth as a team at the Nanea Pac-12 Preview on Monday and Tuesday, led by a strong outing by sophomore Kathleen Scavo.
After shooting their best round of the Greenville Regional Preview on Tuesday, the Oregon women’s golf team snagged ninth place out of 16 competing teams, finishing at 72-over par.