Jayhawks End Day Two At UH Hilo Intercollegiate

Feb. 9, 2006

HILO, Hawaii –

The University of Kansas men’s golf team is in 21st place, in a 21-team field, after two rounds of the UH Hilo Intercollegiate in Hilo, Hawaii. Kansas shot an second round of 311 (607 total) at the par-71 Waikoloa Village Golf Course.

“The players are trying, we just aren’t playing well right now,” head coach Ross Randall said. “We are going to try and get a good round in tomorrow and pick up some confidence.”

Georgia Tech remained in first with a 279 (547 total), followed by Oklahoma State with a 289 (561 total).

Senior Pete Krsnich shot a second round of 75 and is tied for 71st. Senior Jason Sigler is tied for 79th after an middle round of 77. Senior Luke Trammell is tied for 87th after an 80. Junior Gary Woodland is tied for 99th after an second round of 79. Freshman Zach Pederson is tied for 104th after an 82.

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

Team Results

Place School Score
1 Georgia Tech 547
2 Oklahoma State 561
3 USC 565
T4 Washington 572
T4 Hawaii 572
T6 Oklahoma 573
T6 Texas 573
8 Augusta State 574
T9 Arizona State 576
T9 TCU 576
11 Stanford 577
12 Colorado 578
13 Pepperdine 579
T14 Fresno State 582
T14 Arkansas 582
16 Hawaii-Hilo 586
17 UC Davis 589
18 Oregon State 593
T19 Oregon 594
T19 Rhode Island 594
21 Kansas 607

Individual Results

Place Name School Score
1 Cameron Tringale Georgia Tech 65-67-132
2 Pablo Martin Oklahoma St. 64-70-134

Kansas Results
T71 Pete Krsnich 74-75-149
T79 Jason Sigler 73-77-150
T87 Luke Trammell 72-80-152
T99 Gary Woodland 77-79-156
T104 Zach Pederson 78-82-160