Top-ranked Cal tied the unofficial all-time NCAA win record while successfully defending its Pac-12 title at Los Angeles Country Club.

The Bears shot a final-round 350 to finish at 6-over 1,406 -- nine strokes ahead of UCLA. Stanford was fourth at 1,454.

Cal has 10 victories in just 12 tournaments, equalling the win total of the 1985-86 Oklahoma State squad.

"We've got more in front of us with an NCAA Regional and an NCAA Championship, but there's no question this team distinguished itself today," Bears coach Steve Desimone said.

Cal's Max Homa took medalist honors, closing with a 1-under 69 for a 9-under 271. Teammate Michael Weaver (68) was second at 276.

Cameron Wilson (73) was Stanford's top finisher -- ninth at 283.

  • San Jose State closed with a 299 and placed third at the WAC men's golf championship in Henderson, Nev. The Spartans finished 54 holes at 36-over 900 -- 13 shots behind New Mexico State. SJSU's Landon Polterock shot a 1-under 71 and tied for third at 5-over 221 at Rio Secco. Teammate Cody Blick (San Ramon Valley High), the conference's player and freshman of the year, tied for 14th at 77-226. UT Arlington's Paul McConnell was medalist at 218.

  • San Jose State cornerback Ronnie Yell signed with Arizona after not being taken in the NFL draft last weekend.

  • Stanford's Maggie Steffens (Monte Vista High) and Melissa Seidemann (College Park High) were named first-team all-MPSF in women's water polo. The two were also teammates at the London Olympics.

  • Stanford lacrosse player Rachel Ozer (Campolindo High) was named first-team all-MPSF.

  • Saint Mary's Jenny Jullien was named WCC women's tennis player of the year.

  • First baseman Chrissy Stalf (Freedom High) of Humboldt State was named softball MVP of the CCAA, while the Jacks' Frank Cheek was Coach of the Year. Also, Sonoma State second baseman Holli Brown (American High) was named first team, and Cal State East Bay's Taryn Thomas (Holy Names High), Humboldt State's Hannah Williams (Freedom High) and Sonoma State's Keisi Chinen (College Park High) were second team.