KAILUA KONA, Hawaii — The Oregon women’s golf team will enter Wednesday’s final round of the Pac-12 Preview in sixth place after carding an 11-over 303 in the second round on Tuesday at par-73, 6,372-yard Nanea Golf Club.

The No. 15 Ducks sit at 6-over par on the tournament after 36 holes. No. 22 UCLA leads the 12-team field at 13 under, with No. 8 Arizona close behind at 11 under.

Freshman Sofie Kibsgaard Nielsen posted another solid round after shooting a 2-under 71 on Monday. She shot 1-over 74 to finish the second round in a tie for 11th on the individual leaderboard at 1-under par.

Sophomore Tze-Ha Lin and freshman Ching-Tzu Chen both finished with a 3-over 76 on Tuesday, and junior Alexis Phadungmartvorakul was one stroke back with a 4-over 77.

Senior Amy Matsuoka entered Tuesday as the co-leader following a career-best 5-under 68 on Monday, and she sits in 14th overall after carding a 10-over 78 in the second round. Phadungmartvorakul (T30) gives Oregon three players in the individual top 30 going into the final 18 holes.

For Oregon State, Chayse Gomez shot a 1-under 72 to lead the Beavers. The freshman had four birdies in the second round to shoot the third sub-par round of her young career. As a team, Oregon State is in ninth place with a 16-over 299-301—600 at the.

The final round of the three-day, 54-hole tournament begins at 9:30 a.m. PT on Wednesday.