Men's Golf In 8th at The Nelson Invitational
Oct. 22, 2004
PALO ALTO, Calif. -- The Kansas men's golf team is in 8th place, in a 16-team field, after one round of the Nelson Invitational in Palo Alto, Calif. Kansas opened the three-day tournament with a first round total of 287 at the par-69 Stanford Golf Club.
"This course is playing pretty tough," head coach Ross Randall said. "We didn't play very well today, but hopefully we will get it turned around tomorrow."
Georgia State leads the tournament after a first round 275, 12 strokes better than KU.
Sophomore Tyler Docking leads the Jayhawks after firing an opening round of 68 and is currently tied for fourth. Senior Andrew Price and sophomore Barrett Martens each shot 72 to tie for 35th. Sophomore Gary Woodland shot a 75 and is currently tied for 61st. Senior Kevin Ward shot a 76 and is tied for 73rd.
Kansas will begin second round play at 10:00 a.m. central time on Saturday. For complete results from the tournament, visit www.gostanford.com.
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Team Results 1 Georgia State 275 2 New Mexico State 277 T3 UNLV 279 T3 Notre Dame 279 5 Missouri 284 6 Stanford 285 7 Northern Colorado 286 8 Kansas 287 9 Colorado State 289 T10 Florida Southern 291 T10 Colorado 291 T12 Kansas State 292 T12 West Florida 292 14 Idaho 293 15 UC Davis 295 16 Texas Pan American 304