WAIKOLOA, Hawaii -- Senior Dylan Jackson was Cal State Monterey Bay's low golfer for the fifth time this season, firing a 2-under 70 during Saturday's final round of the Amer Ari Invitational at Waikoloa Kings' Course.

With a field of mostly NCAA Division I program including seven ranked in the top 25, CSUMB finished 20th in its inaugural spring outing with a three-round total 871.

"This will take some time to recover from but I have no doubt that we will bounce back better than ever," head coach Jason Owen said.

Junior Brandon Hortt paced CSUMB, finishing tied for 56th with a three-round total 215 after carding a 72 on Saturday.

After a uncharacteristic first round, Jackson improved to finish tied for 84th with a 219. He eagled the fourth hole, the same one Anton Rosen did in the second round.

Junior Robby Salomon finished tied for 84th at 219 after firing a even-par 72 in his final round.

Junior Matt Ogden placed 93rd after an haunting third round that included two double bogeys.

Rosen finished tied for 107th with a 225. He turned in a clean back nine but registered five bogeys and a birdie on the front for a 76 on Saturday.

No. 4 Oklahoma State (548) claimed the team title and No. 13 Washington took second place. Jordan Niebruge of Oklahoma earned the medalist honors by finishing 16-under.