Ducks Ready for Regionals
Oregon gets ready to head to NCAA Regionals for the 14th consecutive season, looking to secure a spot in the NCAA Championships when it competes at the Cle Elum Regional May 17-19 at the Tumble Creek Club. The Ducks head into the postseason as the No. 10 seed at the 14-team regional and will start play on Monday at 8:55 a.m. PT. The top five teams at each of the six regionals around the country will advance to the NCAA Championships.
Dates: May 17-19 (one round each day)
Course: Tumble Creek Club (Par 71, 7,069 yards), Cle Elum, Wash.
Oregon Tee Time: 8:55 a.m. PT Monday
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Greg Solhaug (Alternate)
TOP 5 IN THE PAC
Oregon is coming off of a fifth-place finish at the Pac-12 Championships, marking the third time in the last four years that the Ducks have finished in the top five of the conference. Yuki Moriyama was around the individual lead all week long and finished third at 15 under, just one shot out of a playoff. Moriyama's top-five finish was the first by a Duck at the conference tournament since Wyndham Clark won it in 2017. Tom Gueant and Owen Avrit also placed in the top 20, with Avrit coming in tied for 13th at 6 under and Gueant in a tie for 20th at 5 under.
THE FIELD (listed in seeding order)
Wake Forest, Pepperdine, Florida, Arizona, San Francisco, Iowa, Washington, East Tennessee State, Utah, Oregon, Mississippi State, Long Beach State, Denver, Sacramento State.