On Tuesday, the Cal Poly women’s golf team finished the two-day Rose City Collegiate at Langdon Farms Golf Club in 12th place out of 15 teams.
The Mustangs finished the par-72 course with a final team score of 69-over (933), which was 44 strokes behind North Texas (25-over, 889).
Freshman Asia Adell had the best finish for Cal Poly, with an 11-over three-round total of 227.
Taylor Roshitake took second place for the Mustangs with a 13-over, 20th- place finish, including a team-best final round of 76.
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North Texas’ Kelsey Kipp won the individual title with a 1-under 215. Kipp earned the win after beating Oregon State’s Whitney French in a playoff that lasted 12 holes and nearly three hours.
Cuesta volleyball team falls to Glendale
The Cuesta College volleyball team narrowly lost at home to Glendale College in five sets.
The Cougars (5-4) and the Vaqueros (4-6) traded leads in every set played, but the visitors had the final surge to give them the win 15-25, 25-22, 25-19, 17-25, 15-12. In the final set, Glendale came back from an 8-5 deficit for the victory.
Glendale’s Jessica Alvarez led all players with 26 kills, while Daniella Florant led Cuesta with 13. Cuesta’s Ensley Allmon led all players with 36 assists.
Banuelos set for another fight
Arroyo Grande resident and former Cal Poly wrestler Antonio Banuelos will make his return to the cage Thursday for a mixed martial arts match at WEC 51 against Chad George (11-5).
Banuelos (18-6), who trains alongside UFC Hall of Famer Chuck Liddell, was thought to be in the top five fighters in WEC’s Bantamweight (135 pounds) Division before a loss to Scott Jorgensen in April.
The event will be carried live, beginning at 6 p.m. on Versus.