The Cal State Stanislaus men's golf team had the best single-round score of the day as they moved up from fifth to a fourth-place finish at the Pionner Shootout at the Hiddenbrooke Golf Course on Tuesday in Vallejo.
The Warriors shot a team score of 299 in the final round — the only sub-300 score on the day. The tournament was won by No. 2 Western Washington, which scored a 300 in round three to beat top-ranked Chico State.
Western Washington had a tournament total of 897 to Chico's 907. The Wildcats scored a 312 on Tuesday.
No. 8 Sonoma State finished third with a 311 third round and 910 for the three-day total.
Leading the way on the day for the 21st-ranked Warriors was Trevor Blair, who closed out play with an even 72 for a 230 total. He was one of three Warriors to finish in the top 20 in the final standings.
Teddy Schrier was the top Warrior for the tournament as he finished with a 228 total for 13th place. Brandon Taylor finished 15th with a 74 in round three for a 229 total.
Rounding out the Cal State Stanislaus scoring was Andre Navarro (234) and Chris McCracken (242).