Men's Golf Moves Into 7th at The Nelson Invitational

Oct. 23, 2004

PALO ALTO, Calif. – The Kansas men’s golf team is in seventh place, in a 16-team field, after two rounds of the Nelson Invitational in Palo Alto, Calif. Kansas shot a second round 278 for a two-day total of 565 at the par-69 Stanford Golf Club.

“We shot a little bit better today,” head coach Ross Randall said. “We still aren’t firing on all cylinders but hopefully we will get hot tomorrow and shoot a low score.”

New Mexico moved into the lead after shooting a 269 for a 546 total.

Sophomore Tyler Docking leads the Jayhawks after firing a second round of 69 and is currently tied for sixth with a 137. Sophomore Barrett Martens shot a 71 to tie for 33rd with a 143. Sophomore Gary Woodland shot a 69 and is currently tied for 39th with a 144. Senior Kevin Ward also shot a 69 and is tied for 47th with a 145. Senior Andrew Price is tied for 69th after carding a 77 for a two-round total of 149.

Kansas will begin final round play at 10:00 a.m. central time on Sunday. For complete results from the tournament, visit

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Team Results

1 New Mexico 546
2 UNLV 547
3 Georgia State 554
4 Missouri 559
5 Kansas State 563
6 Stanford 564
7 Kansas 565
8 Notre Dame 567
9 Colorado 571
10 Northern Colorado 573
11 Colorado State 577
12 West Florida 579
13 UC Davis 581
14 Idaho 582
15 Florida Southern 587
16 Texas Pan American 605

Kansas Results

T6 Tyler Docking 68-69–137
T33 Barrett Martens 72-71– 143
T39 Gary Woodland 75-69– 144
T47 Kevin Ward 76-69– 145
T69 Andrew Price 72-77– 149