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K-State men’s golf takes 6th at Wyoming Cowboy Classic

By The Mercury

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The Kansas State men’s golf team turned in an 18-over 858 on Tuesday to finish in sixth place in the 2014 Wyoming Cowboy Classic at the par-70, 7,133-yard Talking Stick Golf Club.

Senior Daniel Wood carded a three-round score of 4-under 206 — his best finish of the season — to tie for fourth.

Wood’s score of 206 included back-to-back 67s in the second and third rounds, which tied for the lowest final two-round score of the tournament.

Kyle Weldon carded a final-round score of 1-over 71 to tie for 14th at even-par 210. Seth Smith turned in a 10-over 220 to tie for 59th, while David Klaudt recorded a 14-over 224 to tie for 72nd. Connor Knabe closed out the scoring for the Wildcats, as he tallied a 16-over 226.

Oklahoma claimed top team honors, as the Sooners fired a 9-under 831. Overall individual champion, Michael Gellerman, finished at 6-under 204 to pace OU.

K-State will compete in the Big 12 Championship on April 25-27 at the Whispering Pines Golf Club in Trinity, Texas.

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