The Wildcats shot a 54-hole total of 55-over-par 919 to place 18th in the 20-team tourney. The University of Washington won the tournament after firing a 22-over-par 886, winning by six strokes over Stanford. The Cardinal placed third at 892 and UCLA was third with an 894.
Individually UCLA's Brandon DiTullio led wire-to-wire to win the tournament by four strokes. He placed first with a 3-under-par 213 and Les Philips of North Texas was second at 1-over-par 217.
For the Wildcats, freshman Reid Hatley was the top finisher, tying for ninth with a 4-over-par 220 (71-79-70). The rest of the UA lineup included Brandon Smith (T-41st, 228); Patrick Norris (T-68th, 233), Ryan Meyer (T-88th, 238) and Aaron Friedman (T-104th, 251).
The men's varsity golf team will be in action on April 7-9, when it plays in the U.S. Collegiate Championships in Los Cabos, Mexico.