BANDON DUNES, Ore. - The Oregon Ducks shot two-over as a team on the final at the Bandon Dunes Championship en route to a fourth-place finish, their best of the spring.
Oregon wrapped up its tournament with a three-day total of 874 (290-294-290) and finished one stroke back of third-place Washington (873), seven back of second-place Fresno State (867) and 11 back of tournament-champion Colorado (862). Oregon's 874 was good enough for 10-over for the tournament; the Ducks shot two-over today.
Ryann Ree shot an even-72 for the second time this weekend and one-over for the tournament. He paced the Ducks in the individual standings with an 11th-place finish (72-73-72=217) and carded five birdies today. Sophomore Johnathan Woo (71-74-73=218) and freshman Zach Foushee (73-75-72=220) finished in a tie for 17th and a tie for 24th, respectively.
Rak Cho (76-72-73=221) followed up his round of 72 yesterday with a one-over 73 today to finish in a tie for 27th. Rounding out the Oregon five was Sulman Raza (74-76-73=223), who finished in a tie for 37th.
Fresno State's Troix Tonkham (70-71-69=210) shot six-under to win the tournament by three strokes over teammate Rufie Fessler (75-69-69=213).
The Ducks' fourth-place finish was their best since taking third at the Saint Mary's Invitational in the fall.
Oregon next hits the links on March 25-26 at the Oregon Duck Invitational at the Eugene Country Club.