Santa Cruz, Calif. Senior Tyler Docking led the way for Kansas University's men's golf team Tuesday at the Western Intercollegiate as the Olathe native finished in third place. Kansas was able to move up two spots in the final round of play to finish the tournament tied for seventh with 871 shots.
The third-place finish marks the fifth top-10 finish of the year for Docking. Docking's second place finish at the All-American Golf Classic marks his best finish of the year.
Junior Joey Mundy concluded a solid tournament, finishing tied for 17th with 217 strokes. The finish marks Mundy's best finish of the year. Senior Gary Woodland finished the tournament with 227 strokes and tied for 61st place. Sophomore Walt Koelbel shot his best round of the tournament in the final round, firing a 74 to finish tied for 74th. Sophomore Zach Pederson ended the tournament with 231 strokes and finished tied for 78th.
Purdue was able to take home the team title by shooting a three-round total of 849.