Caroline Cantlay carded a final-round 74 to lead the Cal Poly women's golf team to a seventh-place finish in the Bruin-Wave Invitational on Tuesday at the San Luis Obispo Country Club.
Cantlay finished in a tie for 19th place with a 10-over-par 226 total.
Northwestern's Kelly Sim claimed top individual honors with a 67, 69 and 75 for a five-under-par 211 total, winning a playoff versus Emma Spitz of UCLA (71-71-69--211). Third place went to Emilie Paltrinieri of UCLA with a 214 total.
USC captured first place in the team standings with a 14-over-par 878 total, two shots ahead of UCLA. Northwestern and Oregon shared third place, another two shots back.
Cal Poly, which opened with a 312 Monday morning, added a 301 Monday afternoon and a 304 Tuesday for a 53-over-par 917 total.
In addition to Cantlay, Cal Poly's other scoring golfers were Vanessa Wang with a final-round 78 for a 228 total and 25th-place tie, Jensen Jalufka with a 75 for a 232 total and 35th-place tie, Madi Daniel with a 77 for a 235 total and 41st-place tie, and Elizabeth Scholtes with an 80 for a 241 total and 54th place.
Cantlay finished fifth in par-4 scoring at even par. Wang's 37 pars were good for a sixth-place tie in the field of 63 golfers.
Cal Poly will compete in The Gunrock Invitational next Monday at the Del Paso Country Club in Sacramento.
-Provided by Cal Poly