Number-seven ranked San Jose State University men's golf will try and win their third straight tournament on October 3-4 at the 2011 Wolf Pack Classic in Stateline, Nev.
For the second year in a row the Wolf Pack Classic will be held at the 7,445-yard par 72 Edgewood Tahoe Golf course.
Opening day consists of 36-holes with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m., and the tournament will conclude on October 4 with 18 holes also beginning at 8:30 a.m.
The tournament hosted by the University of Nevada will also feature: University of San Diego, Fresno State, Saint Mary's, Hawai'i, Sacramento State, Santa Clara, Washington State, UTEP, Wyoming, Denver and Loyola Marymount.
Earlier in the week San Jose State was given the seventh highest team ranking in the country by Golfstat. They did so by winning both the Palouse Collegiate and the Dash Thomas Memorial in a span of three weeks.
No. 23-ranked Saint Mary's College (CA) joins the Spartans as the other nationally-ranked top-25 team in the field at the Wolf Pack Classic.
San Jose State leads the nation in par-five scoring with a 4.54 average and heads into the Wolf Pack Classic with the nation's second lowest stroke average at 70.43 behind Winthrop University's 70.07.