Men's Golf

Gueant, Moriyama Earn Pac-12 Postseason Honors

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A pair of Oregon players earned Pac-12 postseason honors, as Tom Gueant earned second-team recognition and Yuki Moriyama was named to the all-newcomer team the conference announced Thursday. Moriyama also earned honorable mention all-conference recognition while Owen Avrit and Nate Stember were named honorable mention all-newcomers.
 
Gueant led the team with a 71.54 scoring average and shot par or better in 17 of his 28 rounds this season while shooting in the 60s five times. He turned in three top-10 finishes – after having just two in his career prior to this year – and delivered a counting score in all but one round this season.
 
The native of France turned in back-to-back third-place finishes at the Duck Invitational and The Goodwin on the way to earning Pac-12 Golfer of the Month honors. He matched an Oregon program record with an 8-under 62 in the final round of The Goodwin to finish the week 9 under and just a shot out of a playoff. Earlier that week, Gueant led the way for the Ducks with a third-place finish at 3 under in the Duck Invitational at Eugene Country Club.
 
Moriyama finished second on the team with a 71.86 scoring average and led the team with 105 birdies and 13 under par rounds. He really hit his stride over the last seven events of the season, posting a 70.95 scoring average and five top-20 finishes over that stretch. Moriyama also delivered a counting score in all 28 rounds this year.
 
In his most recent start, Moriyama turned in a career week by finishing in third at the Pac-12 Championships. The freshman shot under par in all four rounds and held the lead for a significant stretch of time in the event on the way to finishing 15 under and a shot out of a playoff. He also turned in a top-10 finish at the Bandon Dunes Championship in March by shooting 2 under for the event to place tied for 10th.
 
Stember and Avrit finished third and fourth, respectively, on the team in scoring average and received all-newcomer honorable mention recognition. Stember heads into the postseason with a 72.61 scoring average while Avrit posted a 73.14 stroke average in his first season as a Duck. Both posted a pair of top 20s and a top 10.

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Ducks Secure 14th Straight Regional Selection

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For the 14th straight season, Oregon earned a regional bid with its selection to the NCAA Cle Elum Regional. The Ducks will be the No. 10 seed when they begin NCAA play at Tumble Creek Golf & Country Club, May 17-19.
 
“We’re excited to make it to NCAAs again,” said head coach Casey Martin. “I love the location of the regional we were placed at. We are familiar with the course and will work hard to be ready.”
 
The Ducks are coming off of a top-5 finish at the Pac-12 Championships the least time out, coming in fifth for the program’s third top-5 conference finish in the last four seasons. Oregon finished the season with four top-5 finishes, including back-to-back runner-ups at the Bandon Dunes Championship and Duck Invitational in March.
 
Oregon was led by a balanced roster led by Tom Gueant and Yuki Moriyama, who both finished with scoring averages below 72.00, with Gueant leading the way at 71.54 and Moriyama at 71.86. Gueant’s season was highlighted by a third-place finish at The Goodwin, where he closed with a school-record tying 8-under 62 in the final round to finish a shot out of a playoff. Moriyama ended the season with a third-place finish at the Pac-12 Championships, hanging around the lead for most of the week before he also finished a shot out of a playoff.
 
Three other Oregon players also turned in at least one top-10 finish throughout the season. Craig Ronne turned in a sixth-place finish at the Duck Invitational in March, while Nate Stember came in seventh at the Bandon Dunes Championship and Owen Avrit turned in a 10th-place finish at the Arizona Intercollegiate in January.
 
The top five teams and the low individual not on a qualifying team at each of the six regionals will advance to the NCAA Championships, which run May 28-June 2 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz.
 
NCAA Cle Elum Regional Field
1. Wake Forest
2. Pepperdine
3. Florida
4. Arizona
5. San Francisco
6. Iowa
7. Washington
8. East Tennessee State
9. Utah
10. Oregon
11. Mississippi State
12. Long Beach State
13. Denver
14. Sacramento State
 

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Moriyama’s Stellar Week Leads Top-5 Finish

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SANTA ROSA, Calif. – Yuki Moriyama capped off a career week with another solid round, finishing 15 under overall and just one shot out of a playoff in third place at the Pac-12 Championships at Mayacama Golf Club. Oregon closed the week in fifth place following a 1 under final round to place in the top five at the conference championships for the third time in the last four seasons.
 
The Ducks will now wait to learn their postseason fate, finding out next Wednesday at 11 a.m. during the NCAA Selection Show on Golf Channel.
 
“We had a good week,” said head coach Casey Martin. We needed a good event to help our postseason chances and I believe we did that. My guys battled and gave it everything they had. Today was just a tough day for a couple of us.”
 
How It Happened: Moriyama headed into the final round tied for the lead and showed no signs of backing down from the moment early on, opening with a birdie at the first before adding another at the fourth to get to 2 under for the day and remain tied at the top. He made a bogey at seven but bounced right back with a birdie at the par-4 eighth, making the turn at 2 under.
 
The freshman bogeyed 10 and 13 to drop back to even par and a couple shots off the lead, but got back in the mix with birdies at 14 and 15. He went into the par-5 18th two shots off the clubhouse lead, needing an eagle to get into a playoff, but came up just short after making a birdie to finish with a 3-under 69.
 
Tom Gueant began his day with a bogey but came back with an eagle at the par-5 fourth, followed by birdies at five and six to get to 3 under. He went bogey, birdies at eight and nine to shoot a 3-under 34 going out. Gueant started his back nine by going birdie, bogey before turning in a clean card the rest of the way with just back-to-back birdies at 15 and 16 to go along with five pars to shoot a 5-under 67.
 
Owen Avrit also made an eagle at the par-5 fourth to highlight a 1-under 36 on the front nine. He birdied the 10th hole to get to 2 under but bogeyed holes 12 and 13 to drop back to even. Avrit closed strong with back-to-back birdies at 15 and 16 to get back to finish with a 2-under 70.
 
Nate Stember shot a 2-over 74 to finish the tournament tied for 44th at 4 over. Greg Solhaug and Craig Ronne each turned in a 7-over 79, with Solhaug coming in tied for 63rd and Ronne finishing tied for 56th.
 
Ducks On The Leaderboard:
5. Oregon – 355-350-358-359 – 1,422 (-18)
3. Yuki Moriyama – 65-69-70-69 – 273 (-15)
T13. Owen Avrit – 68-76-68-70 – 282 (-6)
T17. Tom Gueant – 73-71-72-67 – 283 (-5)
T44. Nate Stember – 74-70-74-74 – 292 (+4)
T56. Craig Ronne – 75-71-74-79 – 299 (+11)
T63. Greg Solhaug – 76-69-78-79 – 302 (+14)
 
Notable: Moriyama turned in the first top-5 finish by a Duck at the conference tournament since Wyndham Clark won the individual title in 2017 … It’s also the best career finish for the freshman and the second top 5 for an Oregon player this year … Gueant’s 67 was his team-best fifth round in the 60s this season … Avrit turned in his best finish since the opening tournament of the season and his second top-15 of the year … The Ducks led the field in par-3 scoring average for the week at 3.02.
 
Up Next: The Ducks will learn their NCAA postseason fate next Wednesday, May 5 when the NCAA Regional selections are announced at 11 a.m. on Golf Channel.

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Moriyama Shares Lead Entering Final Round

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SANTA ROSA, Calif. – Yuki Moriyama grinded his way to a 2-under 70 to hold a share of the lead at 12 under heading into the final round of the Pac-12 Championships at Mayacama Golf Club. Oregon shot 2 under as a team to remain in third place at 17 under overall through 54 holes.
 
Moriyama is tied atop the individual leaderboard with Arizona’s Brad Reeves and Ryggs Johnston of Arizona State while the Ducks trail only the Wildcats and Sun Devils – both top 25 teams.
 
“The kids are grinding,” said head coach Casey Martin. “It was a little bit of a tough final nine for us, but overall I think we’re doing great. We just need to finish strong tomorrow.”
 
How It Happened: Moriyama got off to a solid start, making back-to-back birdies at holes three and four to get to 2 under on his round and 12 under overall. He gave a couple back with a double bogey at five, but got hot before the turn with three straight birdies to shoot a 3-under 34 going out. The freshman cooled off a bit on the back nine, making just a bogey at 10 and a birdie at 15 before ending with a dropped shot at 18 to shoot a 2-under 70.
 
Owen Avrit turned in his second 4-under 68 of the tournament to move into a tie for 14th place. He birdied the par-5 fourth hole before bouncing back from his only bogey of the day at six with another birdie at the par-4 seventh. Avrit picked up another shot at the par-5 ninth and made the turn at 2 under before adding another birdie at 10 to reach minus-3. He played steady the rest of the way, making a birdie at 12 followed by six straight pars to finish.
 
Tom Gueant shot an even-par 72 to remain even overall and tied for 28th. He got off to a scorching hot start with three straight birdies but hit a few bumps in the middle part of his round with bogeys at seven and 13 in addition to a triple bogey at 12. Gueant got back to even with birdies at 15 and the par-3 17th, shooting 2 over on the back nine.
 
Nate Stember and Craig Ronne each shot a 2-over 74 as the final two counting Oregon scores. Stember’s day was highlighted by an eagle at two while Ronne was bogey-free and 2 under through 11 before dropping some shots coming in.
 
Ducks On The Leaderboard:
3. Oregon – 355-350-358 – 1,063 (-17)
T1. Yuki Moriyama – 65-69-70 – 204 (-12)
T14. Owen Avrit – 68-76-68 – 212 (-4)
T28. Tom Gueant – 73-71-72 – 216 (E)
T36. Nate Stember – 74-70-74 – 218 (+2)
T43. Craig Ronne – 75-71-74 – 220 (+4)
T47. Greg Solhaug – 76-69-78 – 223 (+7)
 
Notable: Moriyama is the first Oregon player since Wyndham Clark in 2017 to hold a share of the individual lead at the Pac-12 Championships entering the final round … He’s shot under par in seven of his last 10 rounds with a 70.00 scoring average over that stretch … Moriyama leads the field with 19 total birdies … Avrit fired a 68 for the second time in the tournament, giving him three rounds in the 60s this season … Oregon leads the field in par-3 scoring average at 3.01.
 
Up Next: The Ducks close out play at the Pac-12 Championships Wednesday morning starting at 8:36 a.m.

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Strong Start Has Ducks In Third at Pac-12s

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SANTA ROSA, Calif. – Led by a stellar day from freshman Yuki Moriyama, Oregon sits in third place at 15 under following the first two rounds of the Pac-12 Championships Monday at Mayacama Golf Club.
 
Moriyama is 10-under par and one shot off the lead in second place alone after shooting rounds of 65 and 69. The Ducks turned in a strong second round as a team, shooting 10 under while all five counting scores were under par.
 
“It was great to see the kids play so well today,” said head coach Casey Martin. “Yuki was awesome and really played well, but it’s only halftime. We’ve got two more rounds to go and we need to stay on top of it.”
 
How It Happened – Round 1: Moriyama began his day with a bogey, but immediately turned it around with back-to-back birdies at two and three to get into red numbers. After a couple of pars he again made birdies on consecutive holes, this time at six and seven to make the turn at 3 under. Moriyama played bogey free on the back nine, making a birdie at the par-3 11th before tying the lead with an eagle at 15. He closed with a birdie on the par-5 18th to vault into the solo lead after 18 holes.
 
Owen Avrit turned in an impressive opening round of his own, shooting a bogey-free 4-under 68. He made nine pars going out, then kicked into gear on the back nine, making birdies at 10 and 13 to reach 2 under. Avrit then birdied the two par 5s on the homeward half, picking up shots at 15 and the closing hole to move into the top five.
 
Tom Gueant shot a 1-over 73 with a pair of birdies and three bogeys in his round, while Nate Stember turned in a 2-over 74 highlighted by a birdie at the par-5 18th. Craig Ronne delivered the fifth and final counting score with a 3-over 75.
 
Round 2: Greg Solhaug got off to a red-hot start, making four straight birdies from holes two through five to get back to even par for the tournament. He cooled off after back-to-back bogeys around the turn at nine and 10, but came back with a birdie at 13 to go to 3 under. Solhaug then went bogey, birdie at 15 and 16 before closing with a couple of pars to shoot a 3-under 69.
 
Moriyama continued his strong play into round two, starting with back-to-back birdies to reach 9 under overall. He went on to make a bogey and a birdie with five pars the rest of the way on the front nine to go out in 2-under 35. Moriyama got to 4 under after birdies at 10 and 11 but double bogeyed 12 to drop back to 2 under. He again made consecutive birdies at 14 and 15 before bogeying 17 to finish with a 3-under 69.
 
Stember turned in a solid round of his own, shooting a 2-under 70 to get back to even for the tournament. He shot 1 under on both nines, making birdies at three of the par 5s highlighted by one at the 15th hole to get back to 2 under for the round.
 
Gueant and Ronne each shot a 1-under 71 to turn in the fourth and fifth counting scores for the Ducks. Ronne was 2 over through 11 but finished strong by making three birdies in his final seven holes to get back into red numbers while Gueant used back-to-back birdies at 14 and 15 to get back under par for the round.
 
Ducks On The Leaderboard:
3. Oregon – 355-350 – 705 (-15)
2. Yuki Moriyama – 65-69 – 134 (-10)
T27. Tom Gueant – 73-71 – 144 (E)
T27. Nate Stember – 74-70 – 144 (E)
T27. Owen Avrit – 68-76 – 144 (E)
T33. Greg Solhaug – 76-69 – 145 (+1)
T36. Craig Ronne – 75-71 – 146 (+2)
 
Notable: Moriyama’s 65 in the opening round is the lowest by a Duck at the Pac-12 Championships since Aaron Wise shot a 65 in the first round of the 2015 tournament … The 65 also marked a career-low for the freshman … It’s also the first time Moriyama has turned in back-to-back rounds in the 60s, giving him four total on the year … Solhaug set a career-low with his 69 in round two … Avrit’s 68 in round one was his lowest since the third round of the season … Oregon led the field in par-3 scoring average over the first two rounds at 2.95.
 
Up Next: The Ducks get underway in the third round of the Pac-12 Championships Tuesday.
 

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Ducks Open Pac-12 Championships Monday

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POSTSEASON READY
Oregon opens the postseason at the Pac-12 Championships starting Monday at the Mayacama Golf Club in Santa Rosa, Calif. The Ducks will look to build upon their regular season that saw them finish in the top 5 three times in addition to two more top-10 finishes in events that featured fields of 20-plus teams. The Ducks have finished in the top 5 of the Pac-12 Championships two of the last three years, highlighted by a Pac-12 title in 2017.

TOURNAMENT INFO
Dates:
April 26-28 (Monday – Rounds 1 & 2, Tuesday – Round 3, Wednesday – Round 4)
Course: Mayacama Golf Club (Par 72, 6,785 yards)
Format: 6-count-5 
Oregon Tee Time: 7 a.m. PT Monday
How To Follow: Golfstat.com

OREGON LINEUP
Tom Gueant
Yuki Moriyama
Nate Stember
Owen Avrit
Craig Ronne
Greg Solhaug

BUSY HOME STRETCH
Oregon heads into the Pac-12 Championships coming off of a busy final month of the regular season. The Ducks competed four times in a four-week stretch from the end of March through mid-April, finishing in the top 10 of all four events, with three of those coming in tournaments that had fields of 15-plus. A number of players have stepped up over the last few weeks, with Tom Gueant winning Pac-12 Men’s Golfer of the Week honors after tying a school record with an 8-under 62 to finish third at The Goodwin, while Yuki Moriyama and Nate Stember have also turned in solid play down the stretch.

THE FIELD
No. 17 Arizona, No. 10 Arizona State, California, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington, Washington State. 

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Ducks Finish Seventh at Western Intercollegiate

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SANTA CRUZ, Calif. – Oregon wrapped up the Western Intercollegiate in seventh place following a round of 17 over on a tough scoring day in the final round Wednesday at Pasatiempo Golf Club. Greg Solhaug led the way for the Ducks competing as an individual, finishing tied for 15th at 4 over after shooting 1 over in the final round while Tom Gueant led the players in the lineup, placing tied for 23rd at 5 over.
 
How It Happened: Solhaug played as part of the afternoon wave and struggled on the back nine to start his day, getting to the turn at 5 over. He came roaring back on the front nine, shooting a bogey-free 4-under 31, highlighted by back-to-back birdies to end his day, finishing with a 1-over 71 to lead the way for the Ducks.
 
Owen Avrit and Craig Ronne each shot a 2-over 72 to tie for the best round of the day for the Ducks. Avrit had a mostly steady day, with bogeys coming at six and eight before a birdie at the par-5 ninth put him 1 over at the turn. He made just a bogey at the par-4 11th and eight pars to shoot 1 over on the back nine.
 
Ronne made bogeys at three and four, but fought back to even at the turn following birdies at both par 5s on the front nine. He bogeyed 11 but picked up another shot on a par 5, this time at 13, to get back to even before bogeying 16 and 18 to finish 2 over.
 
Yuki Moriyama shot a 3-over 73 and was one of the four Ducks to finish tied for 26th, finishing 7 over. He made his lone birdie of the day at the par-4 17th after being 3 over to that point, but gave the shot right back with a bogey at 18 to end the week 7 over. Nate Stember was the final Oregon player to shoot 7 over for the week, closing with a 5-over 75 to also end the week tied for 26th.
 
Gueant shot a 5-over 75 in his final round but still ended up as the highest finisher among the six in the lineup despite that. He was 2 over for his day through 15 but made three straight bogeys to end the round.
 
Ducks On The Leaderboard:
7. Oregon – 362-356-367 – 1,085 (+35)
T15. Greg Solhaug* – 73-70-71 — 214 (+4)
T23. Tom Gueant – 71-70-75 — 216 (+6)
T26. Nate Stember – 73-69-75 — 217 (+7)
T26. Yuki Moriyama – 70-74-73 — 217 (+7)
T26. Owen Avrit – 75-70-72 — 217 (+7)
T34. Craig Ronne – 73-73-72 — 218 (+8)
81. Jake Sollon – 76-82-76 — 234 (+24)
*competed as an individual
 
Up Next: Oregon has the next week and a half to prepare for the Pac-12 Championships, which run April 26-28 in Santa Rosa, Calif.
 

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Pair in Top 15, Ducks in Sixth at Western Intercollegiate

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SANTA CRUZ, Calif. – Two Oregon players sit in the top 15 individually while the Ducks shot 6 over as a team to move them up a spot into sixth place at 18 over following round two of the Western Intercollegiate at Pasatiempo Golf Club.
 
Nate Stember turned in the low round of the day for Oregon, shooting a 1-under 69 to move him into a tie for 13th at 2 over while Tom Gueant is tied for 11th at 1 over following an even-par 70.
 
How It Happened: Stember’s 1-under 69 was the only under par round of the day for the Ducks. He double bogeyed the par-4 second, but turned in a mostly steady round the rest of the way, making a birdie at four and an eagle at the par-5 ninth to make the turn at 1 under. Stember went birdie, bogey to start his back nine then made seven straight pars to close his day with an even-par 35 on the back nine.
 
Gueant fired a steady round for the second straight day, shooting an even-par 70 to remain 1 over for the tournament. He had an up-and-down front nine but still ended up shooting even par, making an eagle, birdie and three bogeys. He played a more steady back nine with just a birdie at 11 and a bogey at 13 to shoot even par coming in.
 
Owen Avrit joined Gueant with an even-par 70. He picked up an eagle at the par-5 ninth and made a pair of bogeys and 15 pars on his round to remain 5 over for the tournament and tied for 36th. Craig Ronne shot a 3-over 73 for the second straight day and is tied for 37th while Yuki Moriyama turned in the fifth and final counting score with a 4-over 74, putting him in a tie for 25th at 4 over for the week.
 
Greg Solhaug shot an even-par 70 competing as an individual to keep him at 3 over and tied for 18th. He made back-to-back bogeys to start the day but bounced back by going 2 under the rest of the way with three birdies and a bogey to get back to level-par.
 
Ducks On The Leaderboard:
6. Oregon – 362-356 — 718 (+18)
T11. Tom Gueant – 71-70 — 141 (+1)
T13. Nate Stember – 73-69 — 142 (+2)
T18. Greg Solhaug* – 73-70 — 143 (+3)
T25. Yuki Moriyama – 70-74 — 144 (+4)
T33. Owen Avrit – 75-70 — 145 (+5)
T37. Craig Ronne – 73-73 — 146 (+6)
T81. Jake Sollon – 76-82 — 158 (+18)
*competing as an individual
 
Up Next: Oregon wraps up play at the Western Intercollegiate Wednesday.
 

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Ducks In Seventh After Round One

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SANTA CRUZ, Calif. – Yuki Moriyama turned in his fifth straight round of par or better after an even-par 70 to sit in a tie for 15th, while Oregon is in seventh place as a team at 12 over following round one of the Western Intercollegiate at Pasatiempo Golf Club.
 
How It Happened: Moriyama played solid on the front nine, making birdies at holes No. 2, 6 and 7 while bogeying the fourth to make the turn at 2 under. He got to 3 under with a birdie at the par-3 12th hole and held a share of the lead for a few holes on the back nine. However, the freshman would stumble a bit down the stretch, making bogey at 16 before hitting his tee shot at the par-3 18th out-of-bounds to card a double bogey and drop back to even.
 
Tom Gueant shot a 1-over 71 and was also in the top five individually at one point before dropping some shots coming in to sit in a tie for 18th. He went out in 1-under 34, making at eagle at the par-5 ninth to bounce back after going 3 over through two holes. A birdie at 11 got him to 2 under, however he would go 3 over in the final seven holes to fall back over par.
 
Craig Ronne and Nate Stember each shot a 3-over 73 and are tied for 41st. The two of them turned their days around down the stretch, with Stember going bogey free with a pair of birdies in the final eight holes to fight back from being 5 over through 10. Ronne was 7 over through eight, but battled back by going 4 under in the last 10, highlighted by an eagle at the ninth. Greg Solhaug matched Ronne and Stember with a 73, competing as an individual.
 
Owen Avrit shot a 5-over 75 and was the final counting score in the six-count-five format, with his round highlighted by a long birdie putt at the par-4 14th.
 
Notable: Moriyama has shot par or better in each of his last five rounds … He has also been the highest Duck player on the leaderboard in each of the last four rounds … The seven Oregon players in the field combined to go 7 under on the par-5 ninth hole … The Ducks led the field in total birdies with 22.
 
Ducks On The Leaderboard:
7. Oregon – 362 (+12)
T12. Yuki Moriyama – 70 (E)
T18. Tom Gueant – 71 (+1)
T41. Craig Ronne – 73 (+3)
T41. Nate Stember – 73 (+3)
T41. Greg Solhaug* – 73 (+3)
T56. Owen Avrit – 75 (+5)
T65. Jake Sollon – 76 (+6)
*competing as an individual
 
Up Next: Oregon begins its second round at the Western Intercollegiate at 10:18 a.m. Tuesday morning.
 

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Moriyama Leads Strong Finish at the Cowboy Classic

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CHANDLER, Ariz. – Oregon turned in a solid final round at the Cowboy Classic Tuesday at Whirlwind Golf Club, shooting 6 under to finish the tournament 5 under and in eighth place in the 23-team event. Yuki Moriyama capped off a solid couple of days with a 3-under 69 to finish tied for 11th at 6 under overall to lead the way individually for the Ducks.
 
How It Happened: Nate Stember fired the low round of the day for the Ducks, shooting a 4-under 68 with seven birdies to finish tied for 24th at 2 under. He started his day with a bogey at hole No. 7, but bounced back with birdies at the next two holes to get under par. From there he made three birdies and a pair of bogeys on the back nine to get back to the front at 2 under before birdies at holes two and six got him to 4 under.
 
Moriyama got his day started with a birdies at the par-5 seventh but gave it back with a bogey at 10. After going bogey, birdies at holes 13 and 14, he would go bogey-free over his final 10 holes with a trio of birdies including one at the par-3 sixth to close out his round at 3 under.
 
Tom Gueant closed out the tournament with an even-par 72 to finish 1 under and tied for 28th. He was 2 over through 10 holes but turned it things around with a birdie at the par-4 18th to get back to 1 under. After a bogey at the first hole, Gueant birdied the par-5 second hole and the fourth hole to get back to level par for the day.  
 
Greg Solhaug turned in the fourth and final counting score for the Ducks with a 1-over 73, finishing 9 over for the tournament. Jake Sollon shot a 4-over 76 and ended 7 over for the week.
 
Notable: Moriyama has finished in the top 15 in four of the last five tournaments … He’s delivered a counting score for the Ducks in 20 of his first 21 career rounds … Moriyama matched a season-low with his 3-under 69 … Gueant has now shot par or better in eight of his last nine rounds … For the tournament, Oregon shot 20 under as a team on the front nine but was 14 over on the back nine.
 
Ducks On The Leaderboard:
8. Oregon – 287-290-282 – 859 (-5)
T11. Yuki Moriyama – 71-70-69 – 210 (-6)
T24. Nate Stember – 73-73-68 – 214 (-2)
T28. Tom Gueant – 72-71-72 – 215 (-1)
T72. Jake Sollon – 71-76-76 – 223 (+7)
T86. Greg Solhaug – 75-77-73 – 225 (+9)
 
Up Next: Oregon is back in action next week when it plays in the Western Intercollegiate, April 12-14 at Pasatiempo Golf Club in Santa Cruz, Calif. All three rounds will be televised live on Golf Channel.
 

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