San Diego State won the team competition with a 29-over 893, finishing 16 shots ahead of Pepperdine (909) and 21 in front of third-place Colorado (914). Big Ten/Pac-10 Challenge: UCLA finished fourth, eight shots off the lead, in the two-day, 14-school tournament at The Glen Club in Glenville, Ill. USC finished 12th. The Regals (9-0) posted a .376 hitting percentage and limited Oxy (0-6) to 11 kills in a 30-3, 30-17, 30-12 victory. Coverdale hit .542 and Newman hit .421 as Cal Lutheran improved to 6-0 in SCIAC play. The Tigers fell to 0-5 in conference action. MEN’S SOCCER: MASTERS SETTLES FOR DRAW Nathan Foreman made four saves and the Master’s withstood 16 shots and 12 corner kicks in a scoreless tie at Westmont in a Golden State Athletic Conference men’s soccer match. Westmont, from Santa Barbara, outshot the Mustangs 16-11 – 6-3 in a 20-minute overtime session – but couldn’t get the ball past Foreman. Both teams are 4-3-2 overall and 1-1-1 in GSAC play. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 USC’s Taylor Wood finished in a tie for seventh at 2-under 214 over three rounds. UCLA’s Erik Flores and Daniel Im tied for ninth at 215. Northwestern won the team competition, firing an 860 to beat Minnesota by three strokes. UCLA shot 868 and USC 899. Northwestern’s David Merkow shot 7-under 209 to beat Washington’s James Lepp by one shot. WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL: CAL LUTHERAN REMAINS PERFECT Mo Coverdale had 14 kills and Summer Plante-Newman added 11 as Cal Lutheran routed host Occidental 3-0 in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference women’s volleyball match in Eagle Rock. Alex Coe fired 1-over-par 73 in the final round Tuesday to finish third and lead Pepperdine to a second-place finish at the Waves’ Club Glove Intercollegiate men’s golf tournament at Saticoy Country Club in Somis. Coe finished at 6-over 222 to finish two shots behind San Diego State teammates David Palm and Josh Warthen. Palm beat Warthen in a one-hole playoff for medalist honors.