Western Washington University had two players finish among the top five in medalist play and finished a solid third in the team standings at the University of Indianapolis Brickyard Crossing Men's Golf Invitational which ended Tuesday, Sept. 18, in Indianapolis.
The Vikings, ranked No. 9, shot a final-round 297 for a 54-hole total of 872. That was 11 strokes better than fourth-place Cal State Monterey Bay (306=883).
No. 2-rated Barry overcame a six-stroke deficit and won by five shots.
The Vikings' Jake Webb tied for third, shooting 76 for a 214 total. Teammate Dylan Goodwin fired a 2-under par 70, moving up 14 places to tie for fifth at 215. Both were named to the all-tournament team.
WWU's Mark Strickland tied for 21st at 223 (77), Sandy Vaughan tied for 27th at 224 (74) and Kyle Schrader was 78th at 241 (81).