Woodland Wins Cleveland State Invitational

Sept. 13, 2005


The University of Kansas men’s golf team finished in ninth place, in a 17-team field, at the Cleveland State Invitational in Chardon, Ohio. Kansas fired a final round score of 293 for a three-round total of 887 at the Sand Ridge Golf Club.

Junior Gary Woodland took home the tournament title, the first of his career. His 69 today gave him a three round total of 202 (-11). The Berryton, Kan., native compiled 17 birdies and two eagles during the tournament.

“I am very happy of Gary,” head coach Ross Randall said. “He beat a really good field and shot such a solid score on a great golf course.”

Louisville took home the tournament title with an 871 and TCU finished one stroke behind with an 872.

Senior Pete Krsnich finished in a tie for 48th with a 226. Freshman Zach Pederson shot a 234 to place in a tie for 70th. Senior Jason Sigler shot a combined score of 238 and finished in a tie for 79th. Senior Ryan Rainer ended in a tie for 82nd after totaling a 239.

Kansas will next be in action as they host the Kansas Invitational at Alvamar Golf Course on Sept. 19-20.

Team Results

Place School Score
1 Louisville 871
2 TCU 872
3 Kent State 874
T4 Eastern Kentucky 877
T4 Purdue 877
6 Akron 880
7 Xavier 882
8 Kansas State 883
9 Kansas 887
10 Penn State 891
11 Indiana 894
12 Texas Tech 895
13 Eastern Michigan 903
14 Wisconsin 904
15 Miami of Ohio 905
16 Cleveland State 909
17 William & Mary 923

Individual Results

Place Name School Score
1 Gary Woodland Kansas 67-66-69-202
2 Ben Kern Kansas State 68-68-69-205
3 Peter Richardson Purdue 75-69-69-213
T4 Will Hanna Louisville 74-72-68-214
T4 Garrett Jones Wisconsin 71-70-73-214

Kansas Results
1 Gary Woodland 67-66-69-202
T48 Pete Krsnich 74-74-78-226
T70 Zach Pederson 77-76-81-234
T79 Jason Sigler 88-77-73-238
T82 Ryan Rainer 83-83-73-239