EUGENE, Ore. -- After completing March with one team tournament championship, an individual title, one top-10 finish and a pair of top-five finishes, the Oregon Ducks hit the links for their first tournament in April at the Western Intercollegiate in Santa Cruz, Calif.

The Western Intercollegiate (April 13-14) marks the last competition before the Pac-12 Championships on April 29-May 1 in Los Angeles.

This weekend's tournament, hosted by San Jose State University at Pasatiempo Golf Club, will feature 14 teams, including seven ranked in the nation's top-50. Among those seven teams are the No. 41 Ducks, who will bring six players with them to the Pasatiempo Golf Club's Par-70, 6,615-yard course.

Oregon's six players include sophomores Jonathan Woo, who won the Duck Invitational on March 26, and Rak Cho, who paced the Ducks at the U.S. Intercollegiate by placing in a tie for 30th.

The Ducks' four other participants are all freshmen — Sulman Raza, Zach Foushee, Brandon McIver and Ryann Ree.

The Western Intercollegiate will consist of three rounds of 18 holes over the course of two days. Saturday's 36-hole day is expected to begin at 8:15 a.m. (PT). Sunday's final round will also start at 8:15 a.m.

Live coverage of the Western Collegiate is available at www.golfstat.com.