Garden City, KS-Consider Monday and Tuesday's fall NCAA Preview a learning experience for John Green's team.
The Broncbusters finished in last place, shooting a field worst 944, including a 308 on the final day of play.
"Our guys have to realize the level of competition that they're facing," Green said. "These tournaments are really good tests."
Sophomore Dominic Pollock was the lone bright spot, shooting in the 70's all three days, finishing with a score of 222; good for 18th place. Luke Russell steadily improved over the final two rounds with scores of 77 and 78; he finished 53 while Nathan Roy's team-best 73 on Tuesday put him inside the top 60.
Jordan Bishop shot an 81 in round three for a 250 score and a 71st-place finish, and Bryce Wharton fired an 82; he placed 77th.
"I want to give a big shout out to Cole Wasinger at Buffalo Dunes and the convention and visitor's bureau," Green said. "This was one heck of a tournament, and it took everyone involved to pull it off.
Dodge City took the overall team title, overcoming a one-stroke deficit to beat out Indian hills by two shots. Witchayapat Sinsrang won the individual title with a score of 211. He tallied a 70 in the final round on Tuesday.