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.

Team Results

Place School Score
1 Oklahoma State 264
2 Southern California 265
3 Augusta State 270
T4 Kansas 272
T4 Colorado 272
T4 Washington 272
7 TCU 273
T8 Arkansas 274
T8 Georgia Tech 274
10 Pepperdine 276
T11 Arizona State 277
T11 UCLA 277
13 Stanford 279
T14 Hawaii-Hilo 280
T14 Oregon 280
16 UC Davis 282
T17 Oklahoma 283
T17 Fresno State 283
19 Texas 287
20 Hawaii 290
21 Rhode Island 293

Individual Results

Place Name School Score
T1 Tyler Docking Kansas 64
T1 Tyler Leon Oklahoma State 64
T1 Emmett Turner Augusta State 64
T4 Taylor Wood Southern California 65
T4 Ryan Posey Oklahoma State 65
T4 Bradley Shaw Augusta State 65

Kansas Results
T1 Tyler Docking 64
T17 Kevin Ward 68
T31 Andrew Price 69
T59 Pete Krsnich 71
T86 Gary Woodland 73