UO moves into third behind Little.
SEATTLE - Oregon turned in the day's low round Tuesday to climb into third place after two rounds of the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational women's golf tournament.
The Ducks turned in a 2-over-par 290 for a two-round total of 597, 10 strokes behind third-ranked USC and one behind fourth-ranked Arizona State. Eighth-ranked Arizona was fourth at 601.
Sheldon High School product Kendra Little shot a 3-under 69 for the Ducks to move into third place at 1-over 145, four strokes behind Arizona's Alison Walshe, who also shot a 69 in the second round of the three-day event.
Julianna Uhrik shot a 75 and was tied for 39th at 155 to lead Oregon State, which was tied for 14th at 634.
Ducks finish fourth at men's golf tourney
FAIRFAX, Calif. - Oregon recorded its second consecutive 7-under-par 277 on Tuesday to finish tied for fourth place at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational men's golf tournament.
The Ducks finished with a 16-under 836 to tie Fresno State eight strokes behind tournament champion San Diego State, which closed with a 276. Oregon State compiled a 289 in the final round and tied for sixth place at 289.
Oregon's Sean Maekawa shot a 1-over 72 in the final round and tied for 12th place at 6-under 207 with Oregon State's Diego Velasquez, who also shot a 72 Tuesday. OSU's James Allenby tied for 15th at 208 after a 73, and Oregon's Joey Benedetti shot a 65 that was the day's best round and left him tied for 20th at 210.
Daryl Fathauer of Louisville, who shot a 61 in Monday's opening round, shot a 72 for a 200 total and a two-stroke victory.
Junction City golfer leads at Shadow Hills
JUNCTION CITY - Junction City's Dick Booth remained in first place in the Arnold Palmer Flight for men ages 68-70 Tuesday at the Oregon Golf Association's Super Senior Championship at Shadow Hills Country Club.
Booth shot a 9-over-par 81 and has a two-round 159 total and a three-stroke lead over Vern Jones of Westport, Wash., going into today's final round.
Other leaders were Jerry Cundari of Portland (men ages 65-67), Kent Myers of Lake Oswego and Bob Harrell of Medford (men 71-and-over), Nettie Morrison of Bend (women 60-64) and Carol Dick (women 65-and-over).
Duck men stay in first, women third in XC poll
Oregon's men's cross country team remained in the No. 1 spot and the Duck women maintained the No. 3 spot in the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Association rankings.
The Duck men received 10 of 13 first-place votes for 385 points, followed by Wisconsin, which had one first-place vote and 327 points.
Stanford was No. 1 in the women's poll with 10 first-place votes and 387 points. Oregon had 361 points.
Willamette hands NCC narrow volleyball loss
Willamette came back from a 2-1 deficit in games to beat Northwest Christian College 30-21, 28-30, 26-30, 30-27, 15-13 in a nonleague volleyball match Tuesday at Morse Event Center.
Melissa Bishop had 15 kills, Cotie Howard had 14 and Ashley Blanchfill added 11 for NCC (9-9 overall).
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|Title Annotation:||Regional Roundup; The Sheldon High School graduate shoots a 69 for Ducks|
|Publication:||The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)|
|Date:||Oct 10, 2007|
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