Western Washington University's Mark Strickland took medalist honors by one stroke, leading the Vikings to a 17-stroke victory at the 41st Annual WWU Invitational Men's Golf Tournament, which ended Tuesday at the Bellingham Golf and Country Club.
The Vikings shot an 8-under par 280, the best round of the tourney, for a 54-hole total of 848.
British Columbia moved up one spot to second at 865 (285), two strokes ahead of third-place Hawaii Hilo at 867 (289) in the 12-team field.
Strickland, who trailed by two strokes after Monday's 36 holes, fired a 3-under 69 to finish at 7-under 209. Strickland's opening round of 5-under 67 was the best of the event.
Tied for second at 210 were British Columbia's Josh Zhang (68) and Grand Canyon's Mark Geddes (69).
Two Vikings tied for fourth place at 5-under 211, Jake Webb (70) and Sandy Vaughan (69).