CALIMESA, Calif. --- The Sacramento State men''s golf team shot 314 in the third and final round of The Gold Rush to finish 27th. The three-round tournament was held at the PGA of Southern California.
Host UCLA won the event by a convincing 13 strokes. The Bruins fired 276 on Saturday and had three golfers shoot 68. Peter Campbell tied for medalist honors with a three-round total of 205 to lead the way for UCLA.
Stanford was second at 854 while UC Riverside (857), Saint Mary''s (859) and UC San Diego (866) completed the top five. Sacramento State ended the event with a total team score of 943.
Individaully, Campbell tied with Cal Poly''s Travis Bertoni. Both players shot 205 and Campbell was the lone player in the field to shoot under 70 all three rounds. Justin Madison of San Jose State was four strokes behind the pair in third.
Matt Montez paced the Hornets, shooting 75-79-74-228 to tied for 88th. Chad Wood tied for 132nd at 76-80-79-235. Brandon Kingsolver (T142nd/78-79-81-238), John Bowen (163rd/82-86-80-248) and Brian Little (167th/87-80-89-256) rounded out the Hornet lineup.