Aaron Wise shot even par and freshman Edwin Yi is 1 over, but the Ducks as a team have work to do this weekend in the NCAA Championships.
After losing an April series to UCLA, the Ducks intend to put forth a better effort in their Super Regional series Saturday and Sunday.
The top nine amateurs in the world are at Eugene Country Club this week for the NCAA Championships, including No. 6 Aaron Wise of Oregon.
The Oregon track and field program saw several season bests at the Pac-12 championships, and wants to raise the bar again this weekend.
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 will host UCLA in the Super Regionals next Saturday and Sunday after beating Baylor in a regional final on Sunday, 8-1.
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.
Cheridan Hawkins pitched a one-hitter and Oregon used its speed to pressure Baylor, moving the Ducks into Sunday's 4 p.m. regional final.
Oregon run-ruled Fordham 8-0 in five innings Friday, setting up a winner's bracket matchup against Baylor on Saturday at 2 p.m.
Cole Irvin and Stephen Nogosek combined on the shutout as Oregon won 3-0 on Friday, before hosting Arizona again Saturday at 4 p.m. (P12N)