Kansas' team title was its first since winning the 2003 Kansas Invitational. It was also the first team championship for the 'Hawks during a spring season since they won the 2002 Stevinson Ranch Invitational. Second-place Baylor finished 14 strokes behind Kansas with a total of 870. Texas-San Antonio placed third with a score of 875.
Freshman Tyler Docking (Olathe, Kan.) shot a final round 69 to finish tied for third with a 212 three-round total. His third place finish is a career best. Senior Tyler Hall (Wayne, N.J.), who played in his first tournament of the spring, carded a 72 in round three and finished in fifth place with a total of 214. Freshman Gary Woodland (Berryton, Kan.) finished in a career-best sixth place after he shot a three-round total of 215. Junior Kevin Ward (Leawood, Kan.) shot a final-round 69, including a back-nine score of 29, for a three-round total of 221 and a tie for 19th place. Junior Andrew Price (Lake Forest, Ill.) finished in a tie for 29th after he shot a 76 in his final round for a three-round total of 224. Sophomore Ryan Rainer (Norman, Okla.) competed as an individual and finished in a tie for 40th with a three-round 227 total.
"Winning by that many strokes is good for our confidence," Randall said. "We also beat every team competing from our district which says a lot about how we played this tournament."
Kansas returns to action on March 8-9, when it travels to Lafayette, La., to compete in the Louisiana Classics Invitational at the Oakbourne Country Club.