A career-low 68 by freshman Cody Bates helped the Sacramento State men's golf team finish 10th at the Bill Cullum Invitational on Tuesday at Wood Ranch Golf Club in Simi Valley, the school reported on its athletics website.
Robert Parden, another freshman shot a third-round 71 for the Hornets.
Cal State Fullerton rallied to win the team championship, topping San Diego 849-850.
Bates tied for 14th place with a 54-hole total of 215, also a career best.
Daniel Chian of Long Beach State (2-6) won medalist honors. He finished one stroke ahead of Cal State Fullerton's Mark Anguiano and Jon Rahm of Arizona State.
The Santa Clara women erased a nine-shot final-round deficit to win the Colby Invitational by a stroke at Silver Creek Valley Country Club in San Jose, the school reported on its athletics website. The Broncos defeated Boise State 615-616.
Santa Clara's Annie Freman defeated teammate Sadie Strain (Christian Brothers High School) on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff to win individual honors.
Competing as individuals, Sacramento State's Sagee Palavivatana (Center High) and Rockelle Sande finished 28th and 30th, respectively. Palavivatana shot a final-round 81 (164) and Sande 84 (165).
The Hornets withdrew from the tournament after its team van was involved in a "traffic altercation" on the way to the event Monday, according to Santa Clara's athletics website.
Bee Sports staff