KU Finishes Tied For Sixth At Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate
Oct. 2, 2005
Nashville, Tenn. –
The University of Kansas men’s golf team finished in a tie for sixth place, in a 12-team field, at the Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate in Nashville, Tenn. Kansas compiled a third round score of 291 for a three-day total of 879 (+15), at the par 72 Vanderbilt Legends Club.
“It was kind of a disappointing tournament,” head coach Ross Randall said. “I saw some good things, but there are certainly aspects we need to work on. We will do that and be ready for our next tournament.”
Virginia took hom the team title totaling an 858. Baylor came in second with an 865.
Junior Gary Woodland led the Jayhawks for the third straight tournament. The Berryton, Kan., native fired a 67 to finish in a tie for third. Freshman Zach Pederson placed in a tie for 11th after a 74 on Sunday. Senior Pete Krsnich tied for 24th after carding a 77. Junior Barrett Martens shot a 73 and to tie for 55th. Junior Tyler Docking finished in 64th after his third straight day of 82.
The Jayhawks will next be in action at The Prestige in La Quinta, Calif. on Oct. 17-18.
Place School Score
1 Virginia 858
2 Baylor 865
3 SMU 869
4 Vanderbilt 871
5 Middle Tennessee St. 872
T6 Mississippi 879
T6 Kansas 879
8 Belmont 884
9 Miami (Ohio) 887
10 College of Charleston 891
11 Rice 895
12 Furman 909
Place Name School Score
1 Luke List Vanderbilt 72-72-65-209
2 John Curran Vanderbilt 72-68-72-212
T3 Gary Woodland Kansas 71-75-67-213
T3 Will Dodson SMU 73-68-72-213
T3 Jeremy Alcorn Baylor 71-74-68-213
T3 Brad Tilley Virginia 72-70-71
T3 Gary Woodland 71-75-67-213
T11 Zach Pederson 68-73-74-215
T24 Pete Krsnich 76-67-74-220
T55 Barrett Martens 77-81-73-231
64 Tyler Docking 82-82-82-246