Right Back At It; Ducks Head to The Goodwin
DUCKS HEAD TO THE GOODWIN
Coming off of three consecutive top-5 finishes, Oregon will travel down to the Bay Area to compete in The Goodwin, March 25-27 at Stanford Golf Course. The Ducks have just one day between events, coming off a runner-up finish at the Duck Invitational Tuesday before starting play at Stanford Thursday. Oregon takes on an elite 28-team field in the event that features three ranked teams and seven other Pac-12 schools.
RUNNER-UP AT HOME
Oregon posted its second straight runner-up finish earlier this week when it came in second at the Duck Invitational. The Ducks had five players - three who were a part of the lineup - place in the top 20 including two in the top 10. Tom Gueant led the way, matching a career-best finish with a tie for third while Craig Ronne came in tied for sixth playing as an individual.
Arizona State, BYU, California, Cal Baptist, Cal Poly, Colorado, Denver, FAU, Georgia Tech, Long Beach State, Minnesota, Nevada, Northwestern, Oregon, Pacific, Pepperdine, Saint Mary's, Santa Clara, San Diego, San Jose State, SMU, Stanford (host), TCU, UCLA, UC Davis, USC, Washington, Washington State