Kansas Finishes Day One At UH Hilo Intercollegiate

Feb. 8, 2006

Hilo, Hawaii –

The University of Kansas men’s golf team is in 21st place, in a 21-team field, after one round of the UH Hilo Intercollegiate in Hilo, Hawaii. Kansas shot an opening round of 296 at the par-71 Waikoloa Village Golf Course.

“We really struggled today due to our late tee start,” head coach Ross Randall said. “The winds really picked up as we were playing, but we have to play better. Hopefully we will and make up some ground along the way.”

Georgia Tech is in first with a 268, followed by Oklahoma State with a 272.

Senior Luke Trammell is tied for 62nd after a 72. Senior Jason Sigler is tied for 74th after an opening round of 73. Senior Pete Krsnich shot a first round of 74 and is tied for 86th. Junior Gary Woodland is tied for 98th after an opening round of 77. Freshman Zach Pederson is tied for 101st after a 78.

The players will begin second round action tomorrow at noon Central Time.

Team Results

Place School Score
1 Georgia Tech 268
2 Oklahoma State 272
3 USC 274
4 Hawaii 275
5 Pepperdine 277
T6 Washington 279
T6 Oklahoma 279
T6 Texas 279
T9 Arizona State 280
T9 Augusta State 280
11 Fresno State 281
12 TCU 282
T13 Colorado 283
T13 UC Davis 283
T13 Oregona State 283
T16 Stanford 284
T16 Arkansas 284
18 Rhode Island 287
T19 Hawaii-Hilo 288
T19 Oregon 288
21 Kansas 296

Individual Results

Place Name School Score
1 Pablo Martin Oklahoma State 64
T2 Jarett Hamamoto Hawaii 65
T2 Cameron Tringale Georgia Tech 65

Kansas Results
T62 Luke Trammell 72
T74 Jason Sigler 73
T86 Pete Krsnich 74
T98 Gary Woodland 77
T101 Zach Pederson 78