WOMEN'S GOLF: The Wildcats shot a three-round total of 941 to finish ninth on Tuesday at the NW Dodge Dealers Inland Cup, hosted by Washington State University.

The Wildcats improved in each round after opening with a 320 in Monday's first round. Weber State came back Monday afternoon to post a 312 and shaved three more shots Tuesday with a final-round 309.

The host Cougars ran away with the team title, placing three golfers among the top four and scoring a three-round total of 881 to win by 22 shots over Nevada. The second-place Wolfpack was led by the individual medalist, Melanie DeLeon, who shot a one-over-par 214. DeLeon was followed by Washington State's Jessica Black (216), Amy Eneroth (218) and Kristin Allard (221).

Weber State was led by sophomore Kelsey Adams, who finished sixth overall with rounds of 75, 74 and 77 for a 13-over-par 226. Adams earned the best full-field finish of her career and continued to play well on the heels of her second-place finish at the four-team Weber State Wildcat Invitational on Sept. 12.

Fellow sophomore Emily Copier joined Adams in the top-25 with a tie for 22nd with a total of 233. Senior Amanda Case shot a 238 to tie for 32nd and sophomore Stacie Parkinson tied for 47th at 249. Senior Brittany Roberts, who won last week's Wildcat Invitational with a 72, fell off with rounds of 88, 85 and 79 to finish 52nd at 252.

MEN'S GOLF: The Wildcats continued their strong play Tuesday, finishing fourth at the Ron Moore Invitational, hosted by Denver University at the Green Valley Ranch Golf Club in Denver.

The Wildcats shot rounds of 293 and 285 on Monday and backed those up with a 287 in Tuesday's final round for a total of 865. The University of Colorado ran away with the team title, shooting 825 to win by 34 strokes. Air Force came in second at 859, with New Mexico State hanging on to hold off WSU for third at 864. Boise State finished in fifth at 866.

The finish is the second top-five finish in as many outings for the Wildcats, after coming in fifth at the season-opening Falcon Invitational on Sep. 6-7.

The Buffaloes took the top-two spots in the individual standings, as Pat Grady and Derek Tolan finished one-two at 204 and 205, respectively. Grady put together rounds of 67, 69 and 68 for a 12-under-par total and medalist honors.

Freshman Jordan Herzog led the Wildcats for the second straight outing, shooting a final-round 66 to run into the top 10. Herzog's four-under-par total of 212 tied for ninth overall. His older brother, senior Tyler Herzog, bounced back from a team-worst 43rd place finish at the Falcon Invite to finish in a tie for 15th with a one-under 215.

Sophomore Jeff Jones shot three straight rounds of 73 on the 7,239-yard, par-72 layout, finishing in a tie for 26th at 219. Junior Nick Despain shot 226 to tie for 55th, while freshman Alex Sutton was up-and-down, bookending a second-round 70 with an opening 83 and a closing 85 to finish 89th at 238.