Men's Golf In Ninth At Big 12 Championships

April 29, 2005

TRINITY, Texas –

The University of Kansas men’s golf team is in ninth place, after an opening round of 304, at the Big 12 Championships at Whispering Pines G.C. in Trinity, Texas.

“It is pretty disappointing to play the way we did today,” head coach Ross Randall said. “We did not get the job done and played sloppy, but I really think that we will come out tomorrow and play much better.”

Oklahoma State currently leads the tournament after firing a 285. Oklahoma is in second with a 290.

Sophomore Tyler Docking leads the Jayhawks after firing a 73 to tie for 11th. Senior Andrew Price and sophomore Gary Woodland each shot 76 and are currently in a tie for 22nd place. Senior Kevin Ward shot a 79 and is in a tie for 44th. Junior Luke Trammell carded an 80 and currently sits in a tie for 50th.

Kansas will next begin second round action at 8 a.m. on Saturday. Live scoring can be found at

Team Results

Place School Score
1 Oklahoma State 285
2 Oklahoma 290
3 Missouri 295
4 Texas Tech 299
5 Iowa State 302
T6 Texas A&M 303
T6 Nebraska 303
T6 Baylor 303
9 Kansas 304
10 Kansas State 308
T11 Texas 311
T11 Colorado 311

Individual Results

Place Name School Score
1 Jeremy Alcorn Baylor 67
T2 Justin Fraley Oklahoma 68
T2 Tyler Leoon Oklahoma State 68
4 Anthony Kim Oklahoma 69

Kansas Results
T11 Tyler Docking 73
T22 Andrew Price 76
T22 Gary Woodland 76
T44 Kevin Ward 79
T50 Luke Trammell 80