The Waves won their first league championship since 2010 and are headed to the NCAA Regionals.
The Waves are in a position to win their 18th league title on Wednesday.
Cody McManus is tied for fifth place with two rounds to play.
The Waves will next host the WCC Championships at Saticoy Country Club on April 13-15.
Frederick Wedel is tied for seventh place.
Jeff Golden's photos of the Waves hosting the Jones Invitational at Valencia Country Club.
Photos of the Waves in action during the first day of tournament at Wood Ranch Golf Club in Simi Valley.
Jeff Golden photos of the Waves in action at the Southwestern Intercollegiate at North Ranch Country Club.
AMATEUR/JUNIOR GOLF: Rated as high as 56th in the Polo Rankings ... Five top-five finishes in AJGA play ... Finished in the top 10 at the Heather Farr and won a preseason AJGA event at Oak Valley ... Qualified for the Toyota Tour Cup four years in a row ... Played in the 2013 Junior Players.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from St. Margaret's Episcopal School, located in San Juan Capistrano, Calif., in 2014 ... Played four years of varsity golf ... Earned All-Academy League first team honors all four years ... A 2013 Orange County Register all-county second team selection ... Made the CIF playoffs all four years ... Was the school's Scholar-Athlete of the Year and was on the honor roll every semester.
PERSONAL: Born in Torrance, Calif. ... Son of Vince Cecere and Lorine Bondra ... Plans on majoring in business administration ... Chose Pepperdine because of "the great location, the best golf coaches, great golf opportunities for the future and business connections."
FAVORITES: Enjoys going to the beach, playing volleyball and soccer and driving his car ... Favorites include Adam Scott (pro golfer), Spyglass Hill (golf course), Scorpion King (book), Happy Gilmore (movie), Million Dollar Listings and 24 (TV shows), Flosstradamus (musical artist), sushi (food) and soccer and beach volleyball (sports other than golf) ... Favorite thing about golf is "being able to constantly improve different parts of the game with hard work."