The Miners, who were in a tie for second place after two rounds, shot a season-low 22-under 842 (277-280-285). Oklahoma ran away with the Lone Star title after setting the tournament’s team scoring record with a 40-under 824 (278-279-267).
Dreier and Terrazas stayed at the top of the Miners’ card and were part of a five-way tie for sixth place with 7-under 209. Dreier shot rounds of 66-70-73 and recorded 37 pars while Terrazas fired 71-71-67, including 15 birdies.
Corner, who tallied 14 birdies, was one stroke behind his teammates with 6-under 210 (71-68-71), finishing in a share of 11th. Andreas Sorensen ended the invite in a tie for 37th with a even-par 216 (69-71-76) showing.
Prescott Mann finished out the Miners’ scorecard in 68th after shooting 10-over 226 (76-76-74). Due to injury, Nicklas Pihl withdrew from the tournament.
The Miners will play in their last event of the regular season April 8-9 at the Western Intercollegiate in Santa Cruz, Calif. Live stats will be available via golfstat.com.