SANTA CRUZ, Calif. -- The Oregon Ducks finished the Western Intercollegiate in eighth place, their sixth-straight top-10 finish.

Oregon shot 55-over as a team (373-364-368) for the three-day tournament, just four shots back of seventh-place San Jose State (+51). California (+1) won the tournament by 13 strokes over UCLA (+14).

Sophomore Jonathan Woo (+7) paced the Ducks in the individual standings, shooting a final-round 74 to finish in a tie for 17th. Sulman Raza (+12) shot two-over today to finish in a tie for 41st. Rak Cho (+13) and Brandon McIver (+14) placed in a tie for 45th and a tie for 49th, respectively, while Zach Foushee checked in to the clubhouse with a tie for 60th-place finish and Ryann Ree placed in a tie for 69th.

UCLA's Pedro Figueiredo (-6) won the individual crown by two strokes over California's Max Homa and Michael Kim, who each shot four-under.

The Western Intercollegiate was the final tournament before the Pac-12 Championships, which begin on April 29.  The three-day tournament will take place in Los Angeles, Calif.