Arizona State men’s golf headed west for the Alister MacKenzie Invitational, a tournament in which they won in 2016, for a two-day competition featuring 15 other programs in Fairfax, CA.
The Sun Devils found themselves in fourth place after day one, sitting pretty at 15-under. Mason Anderson led the way for ASU has he shot 135 over 36 holes, good enough for 7-under.
Anderson and co. sat six strokes behind third place team, San Jose State. Ahead of them were Pepperdine (30-under) and Cal (36-under).
Arizona State needed a big second day to dig themselves out of the hole they found themselves in. On Tuesday, they posted 10-under to finish at 25-under total but stayed in fourth place.
Freshman Cameron Sisk guided the Sun Devils on day two, firing a 66, 5-under par. Sisk finished 8-under after 54 holes, finishing first overall for ASU and T-7 for the tournament. Following Sisk was Anderson (7-under, T-10), Alex del Rey (6-under, T-14), Blake Wagoner (2-under, T27) with Jino Sohn and Koichiro Ishika rounding out Arizona State at 3-over and T-47 overall.
In team play, Pepperdine had an impressive final 18 holes, shooting 22-under to jump Cal and finish first overall at 52-under. The Golden Bears and San Jose State both finished the final round at 5-under, with the former finishing in second place at 41-under and the latter finishing one stroke ahead of Arizona State at 21-under.
Besides ASU and Cal, the Pac-12 was also represented by Oregon State who finished in 11thplace at 1-under after 54 holes.
The Sun Devils are back in action on October 21st when they travel to Windermere, FL to participate in the Tavistock Collegiate.