No. 25 UC Davis took home a first place finish on Tuesday in Fresno at the Lexus Classic.
The Aggies shot 16 over-par for the tournament, putting them two strokes ahead of second-place San Jose State.
UC Davis’ leading scorer was freshman Amy Simanton, who shot 1 over-par. She finished tied for second place, 3 strokes off the leader Christina Corpus from San Jose State. Simanton shot a 69 in her second round, tied for the best round of the tournament.
UC Davis’ Alice Kim finished fifth at 2 over-par and her teammate Demi Runas finished tied for ninth at 4 over-par. Only one Aggie finished outside of the top-20.
UC Davis will take the course again on March 8 at the Juli Inker Invitational in San Jose against a nationally ranked field.
– Trevor Cramer
Men’s and women’s swimming
UC Davis will send six swimmers to the USA Swimming Grand Prix Series held at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center in Austin, Texas this weekend.
The three-day tournament will begin today and run through Saturday.
Swimming for the Aggies will be Victoria Pichay, Jason Singh, Joe Stitts, Adam Yen, Jeremy Smith, and Zach Hansen.
The event is open to any swimmer who has achieved the qualifying time this season.
– Matt Wang