Cathleen Santoso, Caroline Inglis and Kelsey Ulep were recognized by the Pac-12 for their academic work.
The Ducks defied the odds to reach the quarterfinals and saw Caroline Inglis shoot a course record during an NCAA run that ended Tuesday.
Oregon's play Monday was uneven, but the Ducks did just enough to come out ahead in a wild four-team race for the last spot in match play.
Oregon didn't repeat the magic of Saturday's second round, but the Ducks finished well Sunday to sit sixth at the NCAA championships.
UO senior Caroline Inglis shot a course-record 65 on Saturday to help the Ducks rocket up 10 spots to fifth at the NCAA golf championships.
Fueled by Cathleen Santoso's 3-under back nine, Oregon rallied from a slow start to Friday's first round of the NCAA golf championships.
Australian Cathleen Santoso has found a home at Oregon, and has been on fire in the leadup to this week's NCAA Championships.
The Ducks will be one of 24 teams competing at the NCAA Championships with play slated for May 20-25 at Eugene Country Club.
The Ducks finished fifth at the Baton Rouge Regional and will compete in the NCAA Championships, held at Eugene Country Club May 20-25.
The Oregon women's golf team is tied for fifth after two rounds at the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional. The Ducks shot an 8-over 296 today.
The Ducks looked sharp in the opening round of the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional, shooting a 4-over 292 to sit in third place.
The Ducks begin NCAA Regional play Thursday at the University Club in Baton Rouge, La.