EUGENE, Ore. -- The Oregon Ducks shot nine-under as a team through the first two rounds at the Duck Invitational on Monday afternoon and lead the 15-team tournament by seven strokes entering the final round.
SMU (-2, 289-285=574) sits in second behind the first-place Ducks (-9, 282-285=567).
Jonathan Woo shot -8 for the two rounds (67-69=136) to pace the Ducks. He leads the field by one stroke over Wichita State's Louis Cohen Boyer (68-69=137. Rak Cho sits in a ninth-place tie after shooting 142 (-2, 71-71) for his two rounds. Zach Foushee follows Cho in a tie for 14th after he shot an even-144 (72-72) for his two rounds.
Rounding out the Oregon five is Ryann Ree (T23, +1, 72-73) and Sulman Raza (T28, +2, 72-74).
Oregon and SMU were the only teams to shoot under-par for Monday. Washington (E) sits in third, nine strokes back of the first-place Ducks.
The Oregon Duck Invitational concludes tomorrow morning at Eugene Country Club's Par-72 layout. Tuesday's final round will be a shotgun start beginning at 8:30 a.m. Oregon is in search of its first title of the spring and second-straight Duck Invitational championship.