Men's Golf In Fourth At Roadrunner Intercollegiate

March 1, 2005


The Kansas men’s golf team is currently in fourth place, in a 17-team field, at the 2005 Roadrunner Intercollegiate at Oak Hills Country Club in San Antonio, Texas. The Jayhawks shot an opening round of 284 and followed it up with a second round 292 for a combine score of 576.

“We didn’t play very well in the second round,” head coach Ross Randall said. “Hopefully tomorrow we will play like we are supposed to play and catch the teams in front of us.”

Wichita State and Baylor are currently tied for the lead with a combined score of 571.

Sophomore Tyler Docking is tied for second place after he totaled a two round score of 140. Senior Andrew Price is currently tied for 12th place after a two round total of 144. Senior Kevin Ward, Junior Pete Krsnich and sophomore Gary Woodland each carded two round scores of 149 to tie for 37th place. Junior Luke Trammell, playing as an individual, is currently in a tie for 61st place after posting a 154.

Kansas will wrap up play on Tuesday, March 1.

Team Results

Place School Score
T1 Baylor 571
T1 Wichita State 571
3 New Mexico State 574
4 Kansas 576
T5 UTSA 578
T5 Arkansas-Little Rock 578
7 Missouri 587
8 Stephen F. Austin 588
T9 Louisiana-Monroe 591
T9 Iowa State 591
11 Illinois State 599
12 Rice 602
13 North Texas 603
14 Air Force 609
15 Texas Pan American 620
16 Northern Iowa 641
DNF Nebraska DNF

Individual Results

Place Name School Score
1 Danny Bowen New Mexico State 69-69-138
T2 Tyler Docking Kansas 69-71-140
T2 Ty Cline Wichita State 68-72-140
T2 Jeremy Alcorn Baylor 65-75-140

Kansas Results
T2 Tyler Docking 69-71-140
T12 Andrew Price 70-74-144

T37 Kevin Ward 74-75-149
T37 Pete Krsnich 71-78-149
T37 Gary Woodland 77-72-149
T61 Luke Trammell 78-76-154