Led by former Petaluma high standout Matt Medeiros, the Sonoma State men won the Seawolves tournament that concluded Tuesday.

Medeiros tied for runner-up honors with two-time All-American Dylan Jackson, from Cal State Monterey Bay. Medeiros, a sophomore from Petaluma, finished with a one-under-par 215, four strokes behind individual medalist Nick Handy of Northwest Nazarene.

With four Seawovles finishing in the top six, the team captured its own Sonoma State Invitational for the first time since 2010. Sonoma State was 11 strokes better than second-place Cal State Monterey Bay.

The three-day, 54-hole event was held at Santa Rosa Golf and Country Club. There were 14 teams competing

Sonoma State completes the fall half of its season at the Otter Invitational, hosted by Cal State Monterey Bay, on Monday and Tuesday.