STANFORD, Calif. — The No. 16-ranked Oregon women's golf team holds the 36-hole lead against a stacked field at the Stanford Intercollegiate after shooting 6-under in Saturday's second round at the Stanford Golf Course.

Oregon holds a three-shot lead over No.8 Arizona State, and the Ducks' second-round score of 278 tied for the second lowest in school history.

Oregon State sits in 16th place out of 17 teams.

Freshman Sofie Kibsgard Nielsen opened the day for the Ducks by bogeying the opening hole, but was able to recover with birdies at three of her next four holes to get to two under. She then eagled the par-5 seventh hole, bogeyed the 10th hole, and birdied at 14 and 18 while staying bogey free over the final eight holes in a round of 66 that is in fifth place overall at 138.

Tze-Han Lin finished the day in third at 137 and two shots off the lead for the Ducks. Teammate Alexis Phadungmartvorakul went out in a bogey-free 3-under 32 and held a share of the lead at one point after making three straight birdies on holes five through seven. She made eight consecutive pars to start the back nine but stumbled with a bogey on the par-4 18th. She finished the day tied for sixth at 139.

Chayse Gomez is at 145 and tied for 28th place to lead Oregon State.