BANDON DUNES, Ore - The Oregon Ducks shot a two-over 290 at the first round of the Bandon Dunes…
Oregon Sits Seven Strokes Back
Johnathan Woo and Ryann Ree are in a 10th-place tie through two rounds to lead the Ducks. Woo (71-74=145) shot two-over today after carding a one-under round on Friday. Ree (72-73=145) sank three birdie puts today en route to a one-over day. Both are +1 for the tournament.
Zach Foushee and Rak Cho sit in a tie for 25th to follow Woo and Ree. Foushee (148) shot a 75 today to follow his 73 in round one. Cho had four birdies and carded Oregon's best round of the day, an even-72. Sulman Raza (74-76=150) is in a tie for 43rd after two rounds.
Tyler Parker (74-80=154) is in a tie for 66th with teammate Tye Gabriel (77-77=154) andBen Itterman (78-77=155) enters the final round in a 71st-place tie. Parker, Gabriel and Itterman are competing as individuals at the Bandon Dunes Championship.
Pacific's Byron Meth shot a 68 today and his four-under score through two days leads the 95-player field.
Oregon wraps up play at the Bandon Dunes Championship tomorrow morning. Live tournament coverage is available at golfstat.com.
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