Led by Ryan Williams' 1-under-par 71 Thursday, Sacramento State is ninth of 14 after the first round in its NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship regional in Norman, Okla., the school reported.
The Hornets shot a 292 and are 13 strokes off the pace of Texas and Florida State. Williams was 4 under over his final seven holes.
Jake Johnson shot a 73 for the Hornets.
Saint Mary's is tied for fourth on the strength of a 68 by Arbuckle's Ben Geyer.
Nevada's Kevin Lucas (Folsom), playing as an individual, is 15th after shooting a 71.
UC Davis is 13th and last at its regional in Stanford. The Aggies trail first-place USF by 20 strokes.
The top five teams in six regionals advance to the NCAA Championships.
Querrey a Capital
The Capitals have acquired Sam Querrey from the Washington Kastles for financial considerations, the Sacramento team announced.
Querrey will play five World TeamTennis matches for Sacramento two at home (July 16 against New York and July 22 against Springfield.
Querrey joins a roster that includes Mardy Fish, Mark Knowles, Coco Vandeweghe, Yasmin Schnack and Asia Muhammad. Jean-Julien Rojer, a recent Capitals draft pick, has elected not to play.
Capitals tickets go on sale today at www.saccaps.com. Home matches are played at Sunrise MarketPlace Outdoor Pavilion at Sunrise Mall.
Bee Sports staff
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