KAILUA KONA, Hawaii — Oregon's Tze-Han Lin fired a final-round 3-under 70 on Wednesday to capture a share of first place at the Nanea Pac-12 Preview women's golf tournament at Nanea Golf Club.

Lin finished at 6-under 213 in the three-day 12-team event and tied with Arizona's Yu-Sang Hou for medalist honors. The Ducks, however, shot 1 over as a team Wednesday and slipped from a tie for first place down to fifth at 877. Arizona (874) won the tournament.

Other Oregon golfers included Kathleen Scavo (tied for 12th, 219), Amy Matsuoka (tied for 18th, 220) and Petra Salko (tied for 31st, 225).

Oregon State (896), which finished seventh after shooting the lowest round in the tournament by six strokes Wednesday, was paced by Nicole Schroeder (tied for fifth, 216), Ellie Slama (tied for 12th, 219) and Olivia Benzin (27th at 223). Schroeder and Slama each fired a 6-under 67 in the final round to help push the Beavers up the leaderboard.