It was a big week for college golf. The El Macero Classic and the Fresno State Classic took place this past week!
Find out the results from both tournaments and see how our Sacramento Golfers performed. Highlighted here is the top local news from the third week of April.
WOMEN’S GOLF PLACES FOURTH, KOGA TIES FOR SEVENTH AT FRESNO STATE CLASSIC
Freshman Jennifer Koga recorded her fourth consecutive top 10 finish and the Sacramento State women’s golf team placed fourth overall at the Fresno State Classic on Tuesday at Copper River Country Club.
The Hornets shot 295 during the final round to finish at 7-over par for the day. The team was 17-over for the tournament with scores of 295-291-295-881 which marked its second lowest total of the year.
MEN’S GOLF RECORDS ITS BEST ROUND ON FINAL DAY OF EL MACERO CLASSIC; TANIHANA SECOND AT WILDHORSE
The Sacramento State men’s golf team finished 5-under par during the third round and concluded the El Macero Classic in 13th place on Monday.
The Hornets shot 310-294-283-887 for the tournament and counted rounds of 69, 70, 72 and 72 during the round.
Sacramento State also had five individuals competing at the Wildhorse Classic. Jonathan Tanihana finished in second place at 67-69-73-209.
BULLDOG SOPHOMORE SUTHERLAND WINS FIRST COLLEGE GOLF TITLE
Fresno State sophomore golfer Mathew Sutherland won his first individual championship as a Bulldog on Monday, when he took home medalist honors at the El Macero Classic on Monday.
Sutherland, who is originally from Sacramento, finished at 13-under par over three rounds, after firing three rounds in the sixties.