EUGENE, Ore. - The University of Oregon shot one-under par as a team and is 10 strokes behind leaders TCU (277) and UCLA (277) after 18 holes at the Amer Ari Invitational in Waikoloa, Hawaii.
The Ducks (287) currently sit in a tie for eighth place with Pac-12 rival Stanford.
Sophomore Jonathan Woo paced the Ducks with a four-under 68. He finished in a second-place tie after day one in the individual standings. Senior Tyler Parker followed Woo's lead with a two-under round (70) and freshman Brandon McIver carded an even-par 72. Parker and McIver are currently in a tie for 14th and 39th place, respectively.
The 2013 Amer Ari Invitational features eight NCAA Division I schools ranked in the top-25 nationally and 20 schools overall. The Ducks will tee off their second round at the Par-72, 7,074-yard King's Course in Waikoloa, Hawaii, tomorrow morning (Feb. 7). Live coverage of the second round is available at golfstatresults.com.