The Cal Poly women’s golf team finished fifth with a three-day total of 909, two strokes behind third-place UC Riverside and BYU, at the Gold Rush Invitational in Long Beach on Tuesday.
Cal Poly’s Sophie Bergland and Jamie Harada shot identical scores of 223 on the par-72 course to tie for fifth in the individual standings. Bergland’s best round was a 72 on the first day while Harada shot a 73 on the final day.
BYU’s Lea Garner was the individual medalist finishing at 216, and Long Beach State won the team title.
Cuesta baseball wins big on the road
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The Cuesta College baseball team held College of the Sequoias scoreless after the second inning to win its first game of the year, 9-1, in Visalia.
San Luis Obispo High graduate Garrett Giovannelli had two RBI while fellow ex-Tiger RJ Hassey went 3 for 5 with an RBI as well for the Cougars (1-6), who took the lead in the top of the fourth and scored seven unanswered runs.
Arroyo Grande graduate Kyle Raubinger went 3 for 6 with an RBI in the highest-scoring game of the season for the Cougars, who start league play next week after back-to-back games against Saddleback.