Laredo, Texas The Kansas University men’s golf team recorded its best round of the Border Olympics on Saturday to finish in 11th place.
The Jayhawks finished with a three-round score of 2-over-par 866 (288-293-285), 34 strokes behind winner Arkansas.
Sophomore Chris Gilbert highlighted the tournament for Kansas with a score of 211, putting him in a tie for 11th place. Gilbert fired rounds of 68, 76, and 67.
Junior Doug Quinones finished in a tie for 38th place (218), sophomore Alex Gutesha in a tie for 44th (220), senior Nate Barbee in a tie for 55th (222) and senior Jeff Bell in a tie for 79th (226).