Ducks Earn 13th Straight Regional Bid

EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon earned its 13th consecutive NCAA Regional bid Wednesday 
as it was selected the No.7 in the Myrtle Beach Regional May 13-15 at TPC 
Myrtle Beach.

The Ducks are coming off a tied for fifth place finish in the 
Pac-12 Championships, which they hosted at Eugene Country Club last week. 
It was Oregon’s fourth top-five finish of the season as it ended the regular 
season ranked No. 40 in the Golfstat rankings.

“We’re in NCAAs now so it starts over,” said head coach Casey Martin. 
“Everything you’ve done is in the past and it’s simply how you perform 
in these final two events. I love that fresh start feeling where you get to
go create it again, and being that we didn’t have a great year I think it’s
really powerful for us.”

Oregon ended the fall on an upswing, coming in second at the Paintbrush 
Invitational and sixth in the Saint Mary’s Invitational before coming in 
tied for fourth against an elite field at the Amer Ari Invitational to open 
the spring. The Ducks finished ahead of then-No. 2 Georgia Tech and tied with
No. 6 USC in the event before topping then-No. 14 Arkansas a week later at 
The Prestige, where they came in fifth.

After a runner-up finish at the Duck Invitational, Oregon placed tied 
for ninth in a strong field at The Goodwin before a tied for sixth finish
at the Western Intercollegiate.

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California and Oregon State. Wake Forest will be the top seed in the 

This will be Oregon’s 43rd all-time appearance in the NCAA postseason as
it looks to make the NCAA Championships for the sixth straight year. 
The top five teams in each of the six regionals will advance to the 
NCAA Championships in Fayetteville, Ark., May 24-29.

1. Wake Forest
2. California
3. Texas Tech
4. Illinois
5. Florida State
7. Oregon
8. Ohio State
9. Northwestern
10. Oregon State
11. Cal State Fullerton
12. Middle Tennessee
13. VCU
14. Robert Morris