KAILUA KONA, Hawaii — On a day when only nine golfers shot under par, Oregon's Tze-Han Lin fired a 2-under 71 on Tuesday to climb into fourth place after the second round of the Nanea Pac-12 Preview women's golf tournament.

The Ducks, however, dropped from a tie for first place into a tie with Arizona for fourth in the team standings at even-par 584. California leads at 3-under 581 while Oregon State is 10th in the 12-team tournament at 19-over 603.

Behind Lin's 143, three Ducks are tied for 16th at 147 — Petra Salko, Kathleen Scavo and Amy Matsuoka.

Olivia Benzin leads the way for the Beavers, tied for 23rd at 148. Nicole Schroeder follows in a tie for 27th at 149.

The tournament concludes Wednesday.