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LAHAINA, Hawaii — All five members of the Sacramento State men's golf team shot 72 or better, including a 2-under par round of 69 from Jeff Carr, during the third round of the Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic on Sunday.

The Hornets moved up one spot and finished in 16th place out of 20 teams. Sacramento State shot 283-300-282-865. Cal, which is ranked 26th, dominated the field to win the tournament at 47-under par. The Golden Bears were followed by No. 27 North Florida (-36), No. 11 Oklahoma (-35) in the top three.

Carr matched his career low with a 69. He parred his first three holes before a bogey on the par-4 18th. An eagle on the 519-yard, par-5 first hole took him under par for the rest of the round. He added birdies on the par-4 fifth and seventh and par-5 ninth moved him to 4-under. However, he bogeyed Nos. 11 and 12 to end at 2-under. His 54-hole total of 215 was one stroke off his career best which came a week ago at the Visit Stockton Pacific Invite.

Joe Fowler did set his three-round low after shooting 65-76-70-211 to tie for 42nd. On Sunday, the freshman was 1-over through his first five holes but played the front nine at 3-under. He birdied the first, fourth and sixth holes and added five pars over those nine holes. He snapped his streak with a bogey on the par-4 10th and ended with a birdie on No. 12 and a bogey on No. 13 (both par-4).

Landon Azevedo tied for 64th place at 70-74-72-216. Azevedo bogeyed his first two holes (Nos. 14 and 15) before birdies on the par-4 16th and par-5 first returned him to even. He played the next four holes at 2-over but again bounced back with consecutive birdies on the par-5 sixth and par-4 seventh. The junior had a birdie, three pars and a pair of bogeys over his final six holes.

Ethan Davidson had an even-par round of 71 on Sunday and tied for 93rd in the tournament. He was steady throughout the day with a pair of birdies and bogeys accompanying 14 pars. The freshman was never above par during the round as he birdied his second hole (the par-3 17th) before a bogey on No. 2. His second birdie came on the par-5 sixth and was followed by a bogey on No. 8.

Eric Olsem overcame a tough start to finish at 1-over par during the final round. Olsem was 5-over through his first three holes with a pair of bogeys and a triple bogey. He started his comeback with consecutive birdies on the par-4 third and fourth. He stayed at 3-over through 12 holes before birdying the par-4 10th and moved to 1-over with a birdie on the par-4 13th.

The tournament was the final event of the fall schedule for the Hornets. The team will its spring schedule on Feb. 11-12 at The Farms Invitational in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.

Lahaina, Hawaii // Ka'anapali GC
Par 71 // 6,700 Yards

1. California 266-275-264-805
2. North Florida 278-266-272-816
3. #11 Oklahoma 275-278-264-817
T4. UCLA 272-284-269-825
T4. #9 Clemson 262-292-271-825
6. #16 Georgia 268-282-277-827
7. South Carolina 271-279-280-830
T8. Boise State 271-294-270-835
T8. West Virginia 271-280-284-835
10. Kansas 290-275-274-839
11. Wyoming 280-292-279-851
12. Houston 286-289-279-854
T13. Washington 285-292-278-855
T13. Connecticut 281-285-289-855
T13. Gonzaga 282-288-285-855
16. SACRAMENTO STATE 283-300-282-865
17. Southern Illinois 291-300-282-865
18. Hawaii 289-291-293-873
19. George Washington 286-300-290-876
20. Air Force 290-304-285-880

1. Sebastian Crampton, CAL, 66-67-63-196
2. Quade Cummins, OU, 67-66-65-198
3. Collin Morikawa, CAL, 66-70-63-199
4. Riley Casey, OU, 67-70-64-201
5. Andrew Alligood, UNF, 69-63-70-202

T42. Joe Fowler 65-76-70-211
T57. Jeff Carr 71-75-69-215
T64. Landon Azevedo 70-74-72-216
T93. Ethan Davidson 77-75-71-223
T102. Eric Olsem 77-77-72-226
113. Riley Bell 66-83-87-237*