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No. 2 Oregon took first Ka'anapali College Classic

Royal Ka'anapali Hawaiian sunset

The University of Oregon continued its tear through the collegiate ranks last weekend, taking down the first Ka'anapali College Classic on Hawaii by 24 shots over second-place North Florida.

The No. 2 Ducks shot 33-under aggregate 819 over three rounds to continue its undefeated streak in the fall season. Oregon set an NCAA record in the first round of the 54-hole event, shooting a combined 30 under par at the Royal Ka'anapali course.

After North Florida, the University of Georgia program came in third, five in back of second, with the University of Kansas another five shots behind the Bulldogs for the third spot on the medal stand.

In the individual competition, Oregon freshman Aaron Wise and North Florida's M.J. Maguire were co-medalists as 10-under 203 on the 6,700-yard layout.

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