The CSU water polo capped its third season as a varsity sport, with its highest finish, taking seventh place in the Western Water Polo Association (WWPA) tournament over the weekend.
Despite being seeded ninth coming into the weekend, the Rams were able to defeat Sonoma State, 11-7, and Cal State-East Bay, 8-6, to secure the seventh spot. The Rams also had losses to top-seed Cal-Davis and Cal State-Bakersfield, giving them a record of 2-2 for the weekend.
On Sunday, Laurien White led the way for the Rams in the seventh-place game, with four goals to upset CSU-East Bay, 8-6. White led the Rams with 12 goals for the weekend.
CSU finished the season with a record of 14-19 for the season.
Sophomore Zen Brown led the way as the Rams men’s golf team finished fourth overall at the Mountain West Conference Championships Saturday in Tucson, Ariz.
The team finished with an 860 three-round total to place behind champion BYU, UNLV, and TCU. Brown’s one-over 214 total was good for 12th place, while Aaron Weston and Bryce Hanstad also had top-20 finishes for the Rams.
After the tournament, Brown was named to the Mountain West All-Conference Team. Brown holds the school record for best one round score, a 63, which he posted last year at BYU.