VALLEJO, Calif. – Cameron blasted a round low 291 at the NCAA Super Regional and rocketed up seven spots on the leader board but was five strokes short from advancing to nationals and finished in seventh place overall.
Wednesday’s round by the Aggies was the second lowest of all 20 participating teams with Bradley Ferrell carding a 3-under 69. However, the final day did not outweigh the first two days which were season highs for the team.
The Aggies’ 291 in the final day landed in-line with the team’s season average and after only having 17 birdies through 36 holes; they had 17 in the final 18.
The top four remained the same with CSU-Monterey Bay leading all three days with an 887, finishing 19 strokes ahead of Sonoma State. Both Chico State and Simon Fraser tied for third with 908.
Cameron’s 917 (311+315+291) got the Aggies one stroke back of Super Regional host CSU-East Bay. The other Lone Star Conference program at the event, Midwestern State finished in 17th place with a 937.
Ferrell’s round on Wednesday climbed him up 35 spots and he ended his four-year career at CU with a 225 (80-76-69) which was good for 14th overall.
Zander Winston was tied for 25th place with a 228 (79-76-73), senior Dylan McClure picked up two strokes in his final round and was 41st with a 231 (77-78-76). The Aggies other four-year letter winner, Corey Bounds, rebounded from an 88 on Tuesday with a 76 to score a 239.
After having scores in the 80s in the first two days, Cullen Stahl shot a 1-over-par 73 to card a 241.
The Aggies complete their season with three departing seniors from their primary lineup (Bounds, Ferrell, and, McClure). The team registered three wins including the LSC Championship.