At the Shocker Invitational, the Cal Poly women’s golf team finished in second place behind host Wichita State at the Sand Creek Station Golf Course on Tuesday.
The Mustangs’ final round score of 297, the third-lowest single-day round in school history, gave them a 35-over- 611 in the two-day tournament.
Wichita State carded rounds of 302 and 285 to finish at 11-over, 24 strokes ahead of Cal Poly.
Wichita State’s Gretchen Huhnerkoch won the tournament by two strokes with a 2-under 142.
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Asia Adell was the top finisher for Cal Poly at 6 over 150 after shooting a final round 70.
Cuesta volleyball team falls to Ventura
The Cuesta College volleyball team lost a heartbreaker to Ventura, losing 10 straight points after taking a 14-6 lead in the fifth set to give up the game and match.
The Cougars (7-7, 1-2 Western State Conference) traded sets with the visiting Pirates before falling 19-25, 25-22, 16-25, 25-19, 16-14.
In the fifth set, the Cougars took a commanding 12-3 lead after Ventura head coach Mandy Rodriguez was ejected for arguing, and the Cougars came within a point of winning before the visitors reeled off 10 straight points for the 16-14 win.
Cuesta’s Tess Gilkey led all players with 19 kills.