BRADENTON, Florida - Payne McLeod stayed perfect with his fourth win as UNCW topped Washington State, 3-1-1, on Tuesday in the final match of the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championships at the Concessions Golf Club in Bradenton, Fla.

With the victory, the Seahawks finished the tournament with a 2-2 mark and in 13th place overall.

McLeod grabbed a one-hole lead after a birdie in hole number 10 and fended off several challenges by Trent Sanders over the final three holes with par scores to earn the win.

Stefan Brewer, who closed out his tournament appearance winning his final three matches, was the first Seahawk to post a win as the topped WSU's Michael Anderson, 6&5. He won four of the first five holes and after halving two holes, he pushed his lead to six holes for good on the ninth hole with a par.

Patrick Sawrey pulled away late on hole number 14 to take his first lead of a match against Kent Hagen. In a match that was all square on eight different occasions, Sawrey's par edged Hagen's bogey. Sawrey did so the same on the following hole to build a two-hole advantage.

The Seahawks return to stroke play when they visit Baton Rouge, Louisiana, for the LSU National Invitational on March 30 - April 1.