KU Ties For 11th At U.S. Intercollegiate

April 16, 2006

STANFORD, Calif. –

The University of Kansas men’s golf team finished in 11th, in a 17-team field, at the U.S. Intercollegiate By The Maple Fund. Kansas shot a rounds of 301 and 302 (603 total) at the par 70, 6,742-yard Stanford Golf Course. The final round was cancelled due to severe weather.

UCLA took home first place with a 578, followed by Southern California with a 579.

“The course played extremely difficult,” head coach Ross Randall said. “If you didn’t hit it in the fairway, you were in trouble because of the long rough and wind. I thought Tyler (Docking) did a nice job of dealing with the course.”

Junior Tyler Docking finished in a tie for 15th with a 146. Senior Luke Trammell tied for 43rd after posting a 151. Freshman Zach Pederson totaled a 154 total and tied for 54th. Junior Gary Woodland placed in a tie for 63rd after a totaling a 155. Senior Pete Krsnich tied for 81st after shooting a 161.

Kansas will be back in action on April 24-26 at the Big 12 Championship in Tulsa, Okla.

Team Results

Place School Score
1 UCLA 578
2 USC 579
3 Stanford 580
4 Washington 583
5 San Jose State 592
T6 Oregon State 594
T6 San Diego State 594
8 UC-Irvine 595
9 Northern Colorado 599
10 Oregon 600
11 Kansas 603
T12 Washington State 609
T12 California 609
14 UC Davis 610
15 Rice 611
16 Long Beach State 612
17 Hawaii-Hilo 619

Individual Results

Place Name School Score
1 Rob Grube Stanford 71-64-135
T2 Four players

Kansas Results
T15 Tyler Docking 71-75-146
T43 Luke Trammell 77-74-151
T54 Zach Pederson 74-80-154
T63 Gary Woodland 82-73-155
T81 Pete Krsnich 79-82-161