Freshmen guards Justin René, R.J. Rhoden and Shaden Knight are set to provide depth on the perimeter right out of high school.
The Beach finished the invitational five strokes behind second place, turning in their third top-five finish in a row.
Max De Geest, Romelle Mansel and Joshua Morgan are among the team’s six incoming freshmen looking to rejuvenate the program.
After finishing day one in a tie for first place, the Beach played hard but ended five strokes short of winning.
Seasoned head coach Eric Valenzuela looks to reinvigorate Dirtbags baseball with a fresh mindset in the wake of their disappointing 14-41 (8-16 Big West) record last season.
Due to inclement weather, the final day of the tournament was canceled, and the Beach finished second with their scores from day one.
The men’s golf team ends day one of its first tournament of the season, eight shots behind tournament host, University of Washington.
The women placed eighth out of 19 programs and were led by seniors Alyssa Allen, Julie Vargas and freshman Maggie Bauer.
Dirtbags baseball program looks forward towards the future with a new facility.
The Beach was led by senior Alyssa Allen for women’s and sophomore Michael Simpson for men’s cross country. Allen finished 21st overall and Simpson finished 17th overall.