ROSEVILLE, Calif. – The Cal Poly women's golf team claimed sixth place among 15 teams competing in the Sacramento State Invitational, which concluded a two-day, 54-hole run Tuesday at the Sierra View Country Club.
Coach Sofie Aagaard's Mustangs posted a final-round four-person 310 total for a 54-hole 921 aggregate, missing fourth place by just five strokes.
San Francisco claimed the team title with an 889 total, followed by Nevada at 907 and Santa Clara at 908.
Individual winner was Vanessa Ha of San Francisco with a 74 Tuesday for a four-over-par 220 total. Amanda Myers of Northern Colorado also compiled a 220 total, but lost on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff to Ha. Third place went to Alison Lillie of San Francisco with a 222 total.
Cal Poly's top finisher was Jamie Harada as she placed 12th with a 228 total following her final-round 76.
Also scoring for Cal Poly were Desiree Gillaspy (pictured above) with a 77 for a 230 total and 21st place; Sophie Bergland with a 77 for a 232 total and 25th place; Madison Hirsch with an 83 for a 234 total and 28th place; and Lucy Robson with an 80 for a 242 total and 54th place.
Cal Poly returns to action April 8-9 at the Texas Tech Red Raider Invitational in Lubbock, Texas.