MADISON, Wis. — Oregon State's Nicole Schroeder became only the fourth women's golfer in school history to individually qualify for the NCAA Championships when she won the NCAA Madison Regional on Wednesday at University Ridge Golf Course.

Schroeder finished the three-round regional at 10-under 206 after shooting 72 Wednesday following earlier rounds of 68 and 66. Schroeder finished two shots ahead of Ohio State's Jaclyn Lee and Duke's Leona Maguire.

The other Oregon State golfers to individually qualify for the NCAA Championships were Kathleen Takaishi in 1999, Anica Yoo in 2015 and Susie Cavanagh last year.

The top six teams and the top three individuals not on a qualifying team advance to the NCAA Championships on May 18-23 at Karsten Creek Golf Course in Stillwater, Okla. The Beavers were tied for fourth place entering Wednesday's final round but shot a 6-over 294 to slip to eighth place at 4-over 868 for the tournament.

Fourth-ranked Duke won the team title at 850, nine strokes ahead of Virginia and 12 shots better than sixth-ranked USC. Defending national champion Arizona State and Ohio State tied for fourth and Northwestern was sixth to claim the final three team spots for the NCAA Championships. Illinois was seventh, two shots behind Northwestern, and Oregon State finished four shots behind Northwestern.

Ellie Slama finished tied for 30th for the Beavers at 2-over 218 after shooting a 1-under 71 Wednesday. Cavanagh tied for 54th place and Olivia Benzin and Mari Nishiura were tied for 57th place.

Ducks fall to 14th place at San Francisco Regional

SAN FRANCISCO — It was a day to forget for the Oregon women's golf team Wednesday on the third and final day of the NCAA San Francisco Regional at TPC Harding Park.

Oregon was in contention for an NCAA team berth after the first two rounds of the regional tournament but shot a 20-over 308 Wednesday to fall from a tie for fourth place to 14th place in the 18-team field at 21-over 885.

The top six teams and the top three individuals not on a qualifying team advanced to the NCAA Championships later this month in Stillwater, Okla.

Stanford won the team title at 8-under 856, finishing four strokes ahead of UCLA and seven strokes ahead of Mississippi. Also claiming team berths were fourth-place Louisville, fifth-place Kent State and sixth-place Colorado, which began the day in ninth place.

Oregon began the day tied with Mississippi for fourth place. But the Ducks couldn't sustain their play of the first two days, shooting the second-worst round of the day.

Oregon was led by Kathleen Scavo, who fell from fourth place to a tie for 22nd after shooting a 4-over 76 Wednesday to finish the regional at 1-over 217. Scavo was followed by Petra Salko, who fell from 12th place to a tie for 40th at 5-over 221. Amy Matsuoka finished tied for 48th, Alexis Phadungmartvorakul tied for 63rd and Madi Daniel was 87th.