Rio Verde, Ariz. All five Kansas University golfers finished in the top 15 to help the KU women’s golf team win the Duramed Collegiate Invitational on Sunday at Rio Verde Country Club.
It’s KU’s first tournament title since the Marilynn Smith Invitational in 2007.
KU junior Meghan Gockel won the individual title with a 73-72-73—218, a career-low score and her first title. It tied for the fourth-lowest three-round total in program history.
Other KU scores: Emily Powers (74-75-76), Meghna Bal (78-75-72) and Kalynd Carson (72-80-73), tied for 10th at 225; and Sydney Wilson, tied for 15th at 75-73-78—226.
Kansas won the team title with 883 strokes. Runner-up Arkansas-Little Rock shot 907.