Courtesy: Idaho Athletic Media Relations
Vandals fifth
Courtesy: Idaho Athletic Media Relations
          Release: 05/01/2013
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HENDERSON, Nev. - The University of Idaho men's golf team climbed to fifth during the final day of the Western Athletic Conference at Rio Secco Golf Club.

Senior Gordon Webb tied for fifth after a final-round 75 gave him a 54-hole total 223 - five strokes back of medalist Paul McDonnell of UT Arlington. Sophomore Aaron Cockerill tied for 16th and earned second-team all-WAC honors for his play throughout the season. Cockerill, who had a final-round 78, finished at 227. Zach Wanderscheid climbed into a tie for 28th with the best round of the day for the Vandals - a 72 for a 54-hole 231. Sean McMullen tied for 33rd with a 234 and Dylan Baker tied for 38th with a 236.

Coach John Means, whose team struggled during the second round, said it wasn't the finish the Vandals had imagined but there were positives in the play of Cockerill and Wanderscheid.

New Mexico State won the team title with an 887 with UT Arlington second at 893. San Jose State was third (900) and followed by UT San Antonio (903), Idaho (910), Utah State (915), Denver (917), Texas State (918), Seattle (930) and Louisiana Tech (933).

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