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Oregon Set For Pac-12 Championships
Release Date: 04/26/2013
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LOS ANGELES, Calif. — The Oregon Ducks will travel to Los Angeles, Calif., on Monday (April 29) for the 54th Annual Pac-12 Men's Golf Championships.

The 72-hole championship will be hosted by UCLA at the Par-70, 7,236 Los Angeles Country Club layout. Play will begin Monday morning and conclude on Wednesday (May 1) evening. Players from all 12 institutions will participate in a practice round on Sunday (April 28).

The Ducks return to the Pac-12 Championships in 2013 one year after falling to California in a playoff that denied them Pac-12 title.

Six Oregon Ducks will make the trip to Los Angeles this week, including Jonathan Woo, who has posted two top-10 finishes this spring, including an individual title at the Oregon Duck Invitational in late-March. Rak Cho, who finished in fourth at the Duck Invite, will participate as well.

Three freshmen join Woo and Cho in LA — Sulman Raza, Zach Foushee and Brandon McIver. Foushee's best finish of the year was a 10th-place showing at the Duck Invitational, while Raza grabbed eighth at the Pac-12 Preview in the fall and McIver placed in a tie for 26th in February's Amer Ari Invitational.

Heading to the Pac-12 Championships for the final time in his career is redshirt senior Robbie Ziegler, who has not competed since the Duck Invitational but did finish in a tie for ninth at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational last October.

The loaded field of 12 features five teams ranked 11th or higher nationally. Oregon enters at No. 44.

At the conclusion of each round, photos will be posted on the Pac-12 Championship website. Live hole-by-hole scoring is available at

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