Jayhawks Finish Sixth At Big 12 Championships

May. 1, 2005

TRINITY, Texas –

The University of Kansas men’s golf team finished in sixth place at the Big 12 Championships at Whispering Pines G.C. in Trinity, Texas. The Jayhawks shot a 303 on Sunday for a three-day total of 910.

“We had a good round going early, but we finished poorly,” head coach Ross Randall said. “Hopefully we can get back, practice and work on some things before regionals start.”

Oklahoma State captured its fourth Big 12 title after scoring an 868. Oklahoma finished second with an 877.

Senior Kevin Ward finished in a tie for 15th with a 225. Senior Andrew Price and sophomore Gary Woodland tied for 39th with three-day totals of 233. Junior Luke Trammel and sophomore Tyler Docking finished in a tie for 39th as each shot a 234.

Kansas will next be in action at the NCAA Central Regionals in South Bend, Ind. on May 19-21.

Team Results

Place School Score
1 Oklahoma State 868
2 Oklahoma 877
3 Missouri 885
4 Texas 903
5 Texas A&M 909
6 Kansas 910
7 Baylor 912
8 Texas Tech 918
9 Iowa State 921
10 Kansas State 925
11 Colorado 929
12 Nebraska 931

Individual Results

Place Name School Score
1 Anthony Kim Oklahoma 69-71-68-208
2 Alex Noren Oklahoma State 70-72-72-214
3 Zack Robinson Oklahoma State 74-73-68-215
4 Matt VanCleave Kansas State 70-71-76-217

Kansas Results
T15 Kevin Ward 79-72-74-225
T37 Gary Woodland 76-79-78-233
T37 Andrew Price 76-85-72-233
T39 Luke Trammell 80-75-79-234
T39 Tyler Docking 73-77-84-234