UCSD's 303 in the final round was the third-best team score of the day and the Tritons finished with a three-round total of 941 (316-322-303, +89). Cal State Stanislaus shot 900 (+48) over the three rounds to take the tournament by six strokes over Grand Canyon Univeristy (906, +54).
Herrmann finished the tournament with a two-day total of 232 (79-84-69), good enough for a tie for 21st place. His two-under round on Tuesday was the only under-par round on the day and just the third for the entire tournament.
Lewis Simon tied for 29th-overall, posting a 234 (78-79-77) while Jay Lim tied for 35th with rounds of 76-81-78, 235. Jacob Williams finished at 244 (83-78-83, 60th place) and Skyler Mednick rounded out the competition for the Tritons at 247 (84-84-79, t-63rd).
Alex Marry of Sonoma State won the individual competition at five over 218 (71-73-74). John Perrine (71-78-73, 222) of Wilmington finished four strokes behind and Chris McCracken of CSUS was third with 223 (74-72-77).