YORBA LINDA, Calif. – Cal State Fullerton finished in a tie for third place Tuesday afternoon after completing the final round of The Gold Rush hosted by Long Beach State at the Yorba Linda Country Club in Yorba Linda, Calif.
The Titans shot a collective 18-over 306 in the final round Tuesday, finishing the competition with a 49-over 913, tied with UC Riverside. They finished 20 strokes behind first-place Gonzaga and 16 behind runner-up and host Long Beach State.
The Titans had three golfers rack up a top-20 finish at The Gold Rush, led by Tisha Alyn Abrea. The junior from Murrieta shot a 4-over 76 in the third round to finish the competition at 7-over, shooting a 223 over the three rounds. Abrea finished in sixth place overall, eight strokes behind Gonzaga's Alice Kim, who took earned medalist honors with a 1-under 215.
Martina Edberg finished the final round with a 4-over 76 to put her overall score at a 9-over 225 for the competition, finishing 10 shots off the lead. It was Edberg's sixth top-20 finish in her rookie season and her fourth top-10 finish.
Makayla Mier recorded the best final round of any Titans golfer, posting a 3-over 75 on Tuesday. Mier finished the competition with a 12-over 228, tied for 11th place. It was her second top-20 finish of the season, both coming in the spring portion of the schedule.
Dakota Brown posted a 7-over 79 on Tuesday to finish with a 21-over 237 for the competition, placing her in a tie for 30th. Nadine Rivera rounded out the scoring for the Titans as she shot a 8-over 80 in the final round and scored a 30-over 246 in her second competition of the season.
The Titans will participate in their final competition of the season when they participate in the Big West Championships at San Luis Obispo Country Club beginning Sunday.