Former Arizona State Sun Devils Chez Reavie and Jon Rahm finished in a four-way tie for third at the 119th U.S. Open Championship.

Xander Schauffele and Justin Rose filled out the remaining third place finishers at seven-under after Sunday’s fourth round.

Reavie and Rahm came into the final round tied for third at seven-under and tied for ninth at four-under, respectively.

Rahm saved his best round for the last day at Pebble Beach, shooting a 68 (three-under) to bring him to seven-under for the major.

Conversely, Reavie had his worst round of the Open, shooting an even par (71) to stay at seven-under.

Paul Casey and Phil Mickelson rounded out the remaining ASU alumni to have made the cut, finishing tied for 21st at two-under and tied for 52nd at four-over, respectively.

Gary Woodland would go on to win the 119th edition of the U.S. Open after finishing 13-under, three strokes ahead of Brooks Koepka (10-under).