Men's Golf In Ninth, Woodland In First At Cleveland State Invitational

Sept. 12, 2005

Chardon, Ohio –

The University of Kansas men’s golf team is in ninth place, in a 17-team field, after two rounds of the Cleveland State Invitational in Chardon, Ohio. Kansas opened the two-day tournament with a first round total of 301, then followed with a second round score of 293 for a two-round total of 594 at the Sand Ridge Golf Club.

Junior Gary Woodland is in first place overall after firing rounds of 67 and 66. Woodland compiled 11 birdies and two eagles in the two rounds combined.

“Gary played excellent golf today,” head coach Ross Randall said. “He seemed to be on top of his game and I was proud of him.”

TCU is currently in first place with a 574 followed by Kent State with a 580.

Senior Pete Krsnich is in a tie for 33rd after back-to-back rounds of 74 gave him a total of 148. Freshman Zach Pederson is in a tie for 54th after shooting a two round score of 153. Senior Jason Sigler shot a combined score of 165 and is in 65th. Senior Ryan Rainer is in 86th after totaling a 166.

Kansas will finish tournament action tomorrow as tee-times are set for 8:45 a.m. You can follow the action live by visiting

Team Results

Place School Score
1 TCU 574
2 Kent State 580
3 Xavier 581
4 Kansas State 584
5 Akron 585
6 Eastern Kentucky 586
7 Louisville 589
8 Purdue 592
9 Kansas 594
T10 Penn State 595
T10 Texas Tech 595
T12 Cleveland State 597
T12 Indiana 597
15 Wisconsin 599
16 Eastern Michigan 605
17 William & Mary 619

Individual Results

Place Name School Score
1 Gary Woodland Kansas 67-66-133
2 Ben Kern Kansas State 68-68-136
3 Andy Connell Xavier 74-65-139
T4 Oscar Floren Texas Tech 71-70-141
T4 Garrett Jones Wisconsin 71-70-141

Kansas Results
1 Gary Woodland 67-66-133
T33 Pete Krsnich 74-74-148
T54 Zach Pederson 77-76-153
85 Jason Sigler 88-77-165
86 Ryan Rainer 83-83-166