Jayhawks Finish Tied for 14th After Day One at River Landing Intercollegiate
April 10, 2009
WALLACE, N.C. –
Andrew Storm shot a first day 147 to lead the Kansas men’s golf team to a tied for 14th place finish after two rounds at the River Landing Intercollegiate.
Storm, who tied for 15th at the Jayhawks’ last event at the Western Intercollegiate, enters the final round of play tied for 32nd place.
Fellow senior Walt Koelbel is tied for 41st place after carding 149 strokes through two rounds of play.
Junior Bryan Hackenberg is tied for 60th place after shooting rounds of 75 and 78. Senior Zach Pederson is tied for 63rd place with 154 strokes. Freshman Ian Anson is in 84th place with 163 strokes.
North Carolina State, the host school, leads the event by seven strokes through two rounds with a score of 563. Matt Hill of North Carolina State leads the event with 138 strokes after two rounds of play.
The final round, which will be conducted tomorrow, can be tracked live at golfstat.com. Check back to kuathletics.com for a complete recap and results of the River Landing Intercollegiate.
1. North Carolina State (278-285—563)
2. Duke (290-280—570)
3. Wake Forest (286-288—574)
4. Michigan (289-288—577)
5. Tulsa (284-295—579)
T14. Kansas (299-304—603)
1. Matt Hill, North Carolina State (67-71—138)
2. Matthew Pierce, Duke (70-69—139)
T3. Darren Blair, North Carolina State (69-71—140)
T3. John Popeck, Maryland (70-70—140)
T3. Brad Revell, North Carolina State (69-71—140)
T32. Andrew Storm, Kansas (74-73—147)
T41. Walt Koelbel, Kansa s (72-77—149)
T60. Bryan Hackenberg, Kansas (75-78—153)
T63. Zach Pederson, Kansas (78-76—154)
84. Ian Anson, Kansas (80-83—163)