#OregonGolf: Chen Leads Ducks To Final Round Of Stroke Play In Scottsdale

SCOTTSDALE – The Oregon women’s golf team will move on to the final round of stroke play at the NCAA Championships and is within striking distance of advancing to match play after finishing round three with a 5-over 293 on Sunday at Grayhawk Golf Club.

The Ducks currently sit in 10th place at 19 over, comfortably making the 15-team cut going into Monday. The top eight teams after round four will move on to the match-play quarterfinals. Oregon is just two strokes back of eighth-place Florida State, and only three strokes behind seventh-pace Wake Forest.

“This has been an absolutely priceless experience for our team and I’m so proud of them for making it to this point,” said head coach Derek Radley. “They are right there with the best teams in the country and are handling themselves so well on the biggest stage in college golf. We’ve done a great job of finishing strong all year long and will need to put our best foot forward tomorrow to get into that top eight.”

Sophomore Ching-Tzu Chen – known as “CCT” – led Oregon with a 1-under 71 for the second day in a row, sinking a long birdie putt on No. 18 to close her round and give the Ducks some momentum going into Monday.

“That was such a big-time putt by CCT,” said Radley. “We really needed something positive to end our day on and she came up huge for us. She’s been so impressive these last two rounds.”

Chen was even through six holes with a birdie on No. 2 and a bogey on No. 3, and she made the turn at 1 under after draining a birdie putt at No. 7. She got to 2 under with a birdie at No. 11 before a pair of bogeys put her back at even through 16, but she made par at No. 17 and then drilled a 24-footer on No. 18 to finish at 1 under.

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Since not contributing a counting score for Oregon in Friday’s opening round, Chen has climbed 64 spots up the leaderboard and is tied for 23rd overall at 3 over.

Sophomore Briana Chacon saw her streak of par-or-better rounds end at six, but she still put together a good round with a 1-over 73. Chacon was steady all day long, making 15 pars with a birdie and two bogeys.

An all-Pac-12 selection, Chacon is Oregon’s top individual entering Monday in a tie for 10th place at even par. Chacon is just two strokes back of the top five.

Freshman Hsin-Yu (Cynthia) Lu – UO’s other all-Pac-12 honoree – matched Chacon with a 1-over 73 on Sunday. Lu was brilliant on the front nine, making the turn at 3 under with a trio of birdies and six pars before going 4 over on the back nine.

Sophomore Sofie Kibsgaard Nielsen rounded out Oregon’s counting scores with a 4-over 76, and junior Tze-Han (Heather) Lin was right behind with a 5-over 77.