The Mustangs shot a final round of 297 — third best in school history — to lift the Cal Poly women’s golf team to a second-place finish in the Shocker Invitational Tuesday at the Sand Creek Station Golf Course. The Mustangs finished with a 35-over-par 611 total.
Freshman Asia Adell opened with an 80 on Monday and came back to rally for a 70 on Tuesday. She jumped from 17th place into a tie for fifth place in just her third collegiate tournament.
Along with Adell, junior Caitlin Farley shot a 74 on Tuesday — she shot 78 in the first round — and climbed four positions into a tie for eighth place. Sophomore Alicia Weber tied for 10th place with a 76.
Freshman Alex Phillips, who shot a 77 to tie for 16th place, and sophomore Kirsten Locke, who had a final-round 86, also scored for Cal Poly.
Cal Poly will host the Lamkin Grip Cal Poly Invitational on Nov. 1-2 at Cypress Ridge Golf Course in Arroyo Grande.