Wednesday was the final round of the NCAA Men's Golf Regionals with the top five teams from all six locations moving on to the NCAA Championships in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Starting in Bath, Michigan, Oregon made the cut to punch their ticket to Scottsdale.
The Ducks stayed put in the 3rd spot, shooting one over on the day, but finishing the regional out 14 under behind Illinois in second, and Georgia as the top dawg.
On the individual leaderboard, it was Owen Avrit leading the way for Oregon. He finished tied for 5th, shooting 207.
Out in Las Vegas, despite posting the best mark in school history, Oregon State's season came to a close.
The Beavers finished tied for 10th shooting 23 under in their regional.
Rylan Johnson was the leader for OSU, shooting 209.
The NCAA Championships will begin next Friday, May 26th, at Grayhawk Golf Club.