Stanford Intercollegiate Up Next For No. 5 Ducks and Beavers

EUGENE – Women’s golf teams from across the country, including the No. 5 Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers, will compete this weekend in California at the Stanford Intercollegiate, hosted by Dr. Condoleeza Rice at Stanford Golf Course.

The Ducks – currently No. 5 in the nation in the latest Golfstat rankings – will tee off in the first round of the three-day, 54-hole tournament on Friday morning.

Oregon will be led this weekend by assistant coach Monica Vaughn. Head coach Derek Radley will remain in Eugene in anticipation of the birth of his third child, and first daughter, with his wife, Sara.

Oregon State’s lineup will feature Chayse GomezEllie SlamaDanique StokmansIssy Taylor and Kelsey Webster. The Ducks’ lineup will feature Ching-Tzu Chen, Tze-Han (Heather) Lin, Hsin-Yu (Cynthia) Lu, Sofie Kibsgaard Nielsen, and Briana Chacon.

2021 Stanford Intercollegiate
Dates: Friday October 15 – Sunday, October 17
Location: Stanford, Calif.
Course: Stanford Golf Course
Par/Yards: 71/6,269
Format: Five-count-four; Three rounds; 18 holes each day

Live Scoring:

The Field (17 Teams)
#21 Arizona State, California, Colorado, #16 UCLA, UC Davis, #18 Georgia, #25 Iowa State, Northwestern, #5 Oregon, Oregon State, Pepperdine, #22 San Jose State, USC, Stanford, Texas, Washington, Washington State

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-26 – Oregon dominated the Mason Rudolph Championship with a stellar 26-under-par weekend, shattering the previous 54-hole program record of 16 under.
-17 – Hsin-Yu (Cynthia) Lu claimed her first collegiate victory in the fall opener, finishing an astounding 17-under par to set a new UO individual record for 54 holes.
5 – Oregon is currently No. 5 in the national Golfstat rankings, the highest the Ducks have been ranked under head coach Derek Radley and believed to be tied for the highest ranking in program history.
19 – Hsin-Yu (Cynthia) Lu is Oregon’s highest-ranked player at No. 19 in the individual Golfstat rankings, and she is currently No. 36 on the World Amateur Golf Rankings.
31 – Oregon’s win at the Mason Rudolph Championship was the 31st tournament victory in program history, and UO’s second under head coach Derek Radley.

Lu Named Pac-12 Golfer of the Month for September
Hsin-Yu (Cynthia) Lu’s historic performance in the 2021-22 season opener (see below for details) earned the sophomore the title of Pac-12 Golfer of the Month for September. Lu became just the second Duck ever to earn Pac-12 Golfer of the Month honors, joining Caroline Inglis (April 2015).

Oregon Battles to Top-Five Finish At Windy City Classic
The Ducks weren’t quite as sharp in their second fall tournament as they were in the opener, but Oregon was still able to fight its way to a fifth-place finish at the Windy City Collegiate on October 4-5. The Ducks climbed five spots in the second round after finishing the opening 18 holes in 10th place, and held that position with their best showing of the week in the final round, a 7-over 295. Junior Ching-Tzu Chen and senior Tze-Han (Heather) Lin each earned top-15 finishes for Oregon, with Chen placing 11th overall and Lin coming in one shot behind in a tie for 12th place. Junior Sofie Kibsgaard Nielsen enjoyed a strong finish to the week, becoming the only Duck to shoot under par for the week with a 1-under 71 in the final round. Oregon was unable to get many birdie looks to fall in Illinois, but the Ducks led the field with 170 total pars for the week.

Ducks, Lu Run Away With Mason Rudolph Championship in Historic Fashion
The Ducks opened the 2021-22 season with arguably the most impressive performance in program history last weekend at the Mason Rudolph Championship in Tennessee, dominating the field with a stellar 26-under 838 to win by a whopping 14 strokes. Oregon’s 26-under weekend shattered the previous 54-hole program record of 16-under par, and the Ducks kept their foot on the gas from start to finish. UO opened the tournament with an astounding 12-under 276, just two strokes shy of matching the best single round in program history. The Ducks came back with a 4-under 283 to take a four-stroke lead into the final round, and that lead turned into a 14-stroke victory after Oregon closed out the weekend with a 9-under 279. The Ducks claimed the second tournament win under head coach Derek Radley, and the 31st in program history.

Sophomore Hsin-Yu (Cynthia) Lu powered the victory with the most dominant individual performance Oregon has ever seen, destroying the individual program record for 54 holes at an unbelievable 17-under par to win the individual title by four strokes. Lu opened her second season as a Duck with a 6-under 66 and followed with a 4-under 68 in round two. The Taiwan native led by two strokes going into the final round, and put the victory on ice with her most impressive round of the weekend. Lu rattled off seven birdies in round three en route to a 7-under 65, tied for the third-best single round in program history. Lu closed the Mason Rudolph Championship with an incredible run of 42 consecutive holes without a bogey, and her 19 total birdies were three more than any other individual in the field. Lu claimed the 35th individual tournament win in program history, and she became the first Duck to win a tournament outright since Cathleen Santoso in 2015-16.

While Lu was tremendous, the rest of the lineup also performed well for the Ducks to help fuel the victory. Briana Chacon – a WGCA second-team all-American last season – put together a 69-72-71 weekend to tie for 10th place overall at 4-under par. Senior Tze-Han (Heather) Lin opened the weekend with a 2-under 70 and finished 1-under par tie for 19th, Ching-Tzu Chen tied for 23rd with an even-par weekend after closing with back-to-back 1-under 71s, and Sofie Kibsgaard Nielsen closed at 1 over to put Oregon’s entire lineup in the top 30 of the individual standings.