The Cal Poly men’s golf team carded four golfers for a team total of 871 on 54 holes, finishing the Alister MacKenzie Invitational in the cellar of the 16-team competition Monday at the Meadow Club in Farfax, Calif.
The Meadow Club course is a 6.69-yard, par-71 course with California hosting the tournament.
Freshman Jarod Knight and senior Brycen Wagner both finished in a three-way tie for 42nd and were the Mustang’s top finishers.
Knight shot five-over in the first round but rebounded in the second and third rounds with a three-under and one-under, respectively.
Wagner shot four-under in his opening round of play but shot 73 and 74 in the final two rounds to finish with a 214.
No. 31 San Diego State won the tournament with a team score of 828. Louisville’s Daryl Fathhauer took the top honors in the individual competition, shooting 13-under to finish two strokes ahead of Todd Angel of Fresno State.
Junior Michael O’Brien and sophomore Geoff Gonzalez finished in 67th and 70th place respectively and were the other two scorers for the Mustangs.
The men’s team will play its next tournament Oct. 21-23 at the Sycuan Collegiate Invitational in El Cajon, Calif.