KU Wraps Up Final Day At UH Hilo Intercollegiate

Feb. 10, 2006

HILO, Hawaii –

The University of Kansas men’s golf team finished in 21st place, in a 21-team field, after three rounds of the UH Hilo Intercollegiate in Hilo, Hawaii. Kansas shot a final round of 298 (905 total) at the par-71 Waikoloa Village Golf Course.

“We are all kind of frustrated with the way we performed,” head coach Ross Randall said. “This was just the first tournament, and we know we will get better from here.”

Georgia Tech kept the three day lead and won the title after a third round 278 (825 total), followed by Oklahoma State with a 278 (839 total).

Senior Pete Krsnich shot a final round of 73 to tie for 63rd. Senior Luke Trammell tied for 87th after a 75. Senior Jason Sigler placed in a tie for 92nd after an final round of 78. Junior Gary Woodland finished tied for 98th after a third round of 74. Freshman Zach Pederson tied for 104th after a 76.

The Jayhawks will be back in action on Feb. 27-28 at the All-American Intercollegiate in Houston, Texas.

Team Results

Place School Score
1 Georgia Tech 825
2 Oklahoma State 839
3 USC 840
4 Hawaii 850
5 Stanford 858
6 Texas 861
7 Washington 864
8 Arizona State 866
T9 Oklahoma 868
T9 Pepperdine 868
T11 Augusta State 869
T11 TCU 869
T13 Colorado 870
T13 UC Davis 870
15 Arkansas 872
16 Fresno State 879
17 Hawaii-Hilo 882
T19 Oregon 884
T19 Rhode Island 885
18 Oregon State 886
21 Kansas 905

Individual Results

Place Name School Score
1 Cameron Tringale Georgia Tech 65-67-70-202
2 Travis Toyama Hawaii 69-69-65-203
3 Pablo Martin Oklahoma St. 64-70-70-204

Kansas Results
T63 Pete Krsnich 74-75-73-222
T88 Luke Trammell 72-80-75-227
T92 Jason Sigler 73-77-78-228
T98 Gary Woodland 77-79-74-230
T104 Zach Pederson 78-82-76-236