San Diego State closes regular season
The 10th-ranked SDSU men’s golf team ended the regular season by finishing seventh in the 66th Annual Western Intercollegiate in Santa Cruz last weekend.
The Aztecs were in eighth place heading into the final day and had a final round score of 373 to move up a spot on the leaderboard.
Senior J.J. Spaun finished tied for 33rd after he recorded a 12 over 222. It was the top finish for any SDSU golfer.
Senior Colin Featherstone finished tied for 36th.
Aztecs defeat the Dons
The SDSU women’s tennis team improved its record to 10-12 with a 6-1 win Monday afternoon against San Francisco.
The Aztecs had no trouble in doubles as they dominated their three matches.
Junior Julia Wais finished off the Dons in her singles match to earn the win for SDSU. Wais now has won 11 of her last 12 singles matches.
SDSU’s next match is at 9 a.m. on Saturday against Cal State Northridge.
Water polo honors
Freshman driver Anique Hermann was honored on Tuesday by being named Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Newcomer of the Week.
During the weekend, Hermann recorded five assists, two steals and drew an exclusion in a win against Chapman.
Later that day, Hermann scored two goals, passed for three more assists and had two steals against Redlands.
She became the second SDSU player in history to receive the honor. For the season, Hermann has scored 29 goals on 68 shot attempts. She also has 19 assists and 47 steals.
The freshman will look to build upon her impressive week at 6 p.m. on Friday when the team plays UC San Diego in the Harper Cup.