CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico — The No. 5-ranked Georgia men’s golf team finished 13th in the Querencia Cabo Collegiate on Tuesday.
The Bulldogs recorded a third-round 7-over 291, finishing the tournament with a total of 20-over 872. Oklahoma State took home team honors with a total of 29-under 823.
Senior Greyson Sigg led the Bulldogs on Tuesday with a 2-under 69, while freshman Spencer Ralston and sophomore Tye Waller each added a 1-over 72. Senior Jaime Lopez Rivarola and sophomore Jack Larkin Jr. each recorded a 7-over 78, with only one counting.
Ralston was the low Bulldog for the tournament, recording a three-round total of even-par 213. He finished tied for 25th place, nine shots back of individual medalist Corey Pereira of Washington. Sigg finished in a tie for 42nd, with a 5-over 218; Waller was next, tied for 50th at 7-over 220; and Rivarola and Larkin followed, in 63rd and tied for 65th, respectively.
Georgia will be back in action Monday, March 13, when it hosts the Southern Intercollegiate in Athens.