MUSKOGEE, Okla. — Despite a strong finish by Zach James, which earned him a second-place finish, Southeastern Oklahoma State had a final score of 868 over three days to finish fifth at the NSU Golf Classic on Tuesday.

James, a Whitesboro native, carded a 68 to climb from third with a 207, finishing two shots behind Alexander Hughes from Central Oklahoma.

Sam Berry checked in with a 74 for a 219 to finish tied for 29th.

Hayden Foster closed with an 82 to slip into a tie for 47th with a 223.

Jordan Holifield checked in next with a 76 in the final round to card a tourney total of 225 and finish tied for 55th.

Cody Darling rounded out the team competitors with a 76 to finish with a 229 in a tie for 73rd.

As individuals, Ruben Figueirido carded a 75 in to finish with a 223 in a tie for 47th, while Cody Reed checked in with a 77 to finish with a 229 in a tie for 73rd.

The Savage Storm finished four shots behind third-place Harding.

UCO won the event with an 848 while Arkansas Tech was second with an 852 and Central Missouri finished in a tie for third with Harding with an 864.