College Roundup : 20-Foot Birdie Putt in Playoff Lifts CSUN’s Boyd to Individual Title

Pat Boyd of Cal State Northridge sank a 20-foot birdie putt on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff to win the Cal State Sacramento Invitational individual golf title Tuesday at Rancho Murietta Country Club in Folsom.

Boyd and Washington State’s Mark Knowles, who parred the second playoff hole, each finished regulation play with three-day totals of 220.

The University of San Francisco shot 896 to win the team title. CSUN tied for ninth at 937.



Chapman 9, Cal State Northridge 3--David Bird pitched a three-hitter and Chapman pounded five home runs in a California Collegiate Athletic Assn. game at CSUN.

Chae-Ho Chong hit a three-run home run for CSUN (11-3 overall, 3-2 in conference play).

Moorpark 5, Bakersfield 2--John Chiaramonte pitched a three-hitter in a Western State Conference game at Moorpark.

College of the Canyons 11, Santa Monica 5--Don Pedersen hit a three-run home run and Randy Cooper had four hits for Canyons in a WSC game at Santa Monica.


Valley 3, Oxnard 1--E. J. Pape hit his seventh home run and Ray Sabado extended his hitting streak to 14 games for Valley (14-1-1, 2-0) in the WSC game at Oxnard.