SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Pacific men's golf team registered its best finish of the 2018-19 seasons, finishing fifth at the Sacramento State Invitational.
The two-day event took place at the par-72 Valley Hi Country Club in Elk Grove, Calif.
The Tigers finished just one stroke out of fourth after totaling 867 (+3), trailing Cal Baptist (866, +2), Grand Canyon (855, -9), Long Beach State (854, -10), and tournament champion Cal State Fullerton (847, -17).
Winning the individual title was Fullerton's Jack Dyer with a 10-under par 206.
After shooting a team-high 75 in the first round, Beau Forest shot a 68 and 72 in the final two rounds to finish 16th overall. Forest shot one stroke under par (215) for the tournament.
Casey Scott and Daniel Peña, who played as an individual, both shot two-over (218) in the 54-hole event and were followed by Jee Horsangchai (219, +3), Austin Fox (222, +6), and Tyler Burnes (224, +8).
The Tigers will return home for the remainder of the week, but will hit the road against next Monday, Mar. 11 and Tuesday, Mar. 12 to participate in the Olympic Club Intercollegiate in San Francisco, Calif.