OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — University of Central Arkansas freshman Pep Angles shot a school-record 64 Monday and led the Bears to an easy team championship Tuesday at the Missouri-Kansas City Bill Ross Intercollegiate at Milburn Golf and Country Club.    

Angles, from San Andres de Llavaneras, Spain, shot rounds of 67-64-71 to finish at 14-under 202 and take home medalist honors. The second-round 64 breaks the school-record round of 65 held by Ryan Lecuyer and Gideon Pienaar (twice) and the 202 tops the best three-round score in school history by one stroke.     

Senior Antonio Costa finished second overall with rounds of 65-72-70 for a 9-under 207. Freshman David Morago shot 75-72-70 — 217 and finished tied for fifth. Senior Josh Sims finished tied for 11th after rounds of 72-74-73 — 219, while senior Chris Cooke tied for 23rd (73-78-75 — 226).    

The Bears shot rounds of 277-282-284 and finished at 843, beating Arkansas State by 43 strokes. Arkansas State had an 886, followed by UMKC (887), Missouri State (888), Illinois State (890), Oral Roberts (894), Northern Iowa (898), South Dakota State (900), Creighton (918), Drake (923) and North Dakota State (945).