Men's Golf Tied For Fourth
Feb. 9, 2005
HILO, Hawaii -
The Kansas men's golf team is currently in a tie for fourth place, in a 21-team field, at the Taylor Made/Waikoloa Intercollegiate Golf Tournament at the Waikoloa Village Course in Hilo, Hawaii after posting a first round score of 272.
"We played very well today," head coach Ross Randall said. "We are pleased to with how we played, especially with the type of field that is here."
Oklahoma State currently leads the tournament after firing a total of 264, followed by Southern California who carded a 265.
Sophomore Tyler Docking is tied for first place after he totaled a 64, which ties for the second lowest single round in KU golf history. Senior Kevin Ward is currently in a tie for 17th place after a two-round total of 68. Senior Andrew Price fired a 69 and is currently tied for 31st place. Junior Pete Krsnich carded a 71 to tie for 59th. Sophomore Gary Woodland is in a tie for 86th place after shooting a 73.
Kansas will begin second round action on Tuesday with shotgun tee-times set to begin at 11 a.m. Central time.
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