Kansas Drops To Eighth At Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate

Oct. 1, 2005


The University of Kansas men’s golf team is in eighth place, in a 12-team field, after two rounds of the Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate in Nashville, Tenn. Kansas compiled a second round score of 296 for a two-day total of 588, at the par 72 Vanderbilt Legends Club.

“Today just wasn’t a good day,” head coach Ross Randall said. “We will try to regroup and come out and put up a good score tomorrow.”

SMU is in first with a 575, followed by Virginia with a 577.

Freshman Zach Pederson is in a tie for third after shooting a 73 today. Senior Pete Krsnich is in a tie for 10th after carding a 67. Junior Gary Woodland is in a tie for 21st after shooting a 75. Junior Barrett Martens shot an 81 and is in a tie for 60th. Junior Tyler Docking is in a tie for 63rd after shooting an 82.

Final round action tomorrow is set to begin at 8:45 a.m.

Team Results

Place School Score
1 SMU 575
2 Virginia 577
3 Baylor 580
4 Middle Tennessee St. 581
T5 Belmont 582
T5 Mississippi 582
T5 Vanderbilt 582
8 Kansas 588
9 Miami (Ohio) 592
10 College of Charleston 600
11 Rice 601
12 Furman 606

Individual Results

Place Name School Score
1 Adam Wynia Belmont 70-68-138
2 John Curran Vanderbilt 72-68-140

Kansas Results
T3 Zach Pederson 68-73-141
T10 Pete Krsnich 76-67-143
T21 Gary Woodland 71-75-146
T60 Barrett Martens 77-81-158
T62 Tyler Docking 82-82-164