Kansas in Seventh Entering Final Round at the Ka'anapali Classic

LAHAINA, Hi. – After 36 holes, the Kansas men’s golf team shot 4-under par 280 and enter the final round in seventh place at the Ka’anapali Classic on Saturday, Nov. 2.

"We didn’t finish well today. I think we were in the lead through the first nine holes and played fairly average golf the rest of the way."

Head Coach Jamie Bermel

The Jayhawks are seven strokes behind the leader No. 18 Washington and six strokes from No. 5 Oklahoma.

Pacing Kansas was freshman Luke Kluver, who knocked in six birdies and an eagle in his second round. Kluver shot 2-under par 69 in the round and is tied for 15th place.

Junior Ben Sigel also carded 2-under par 69 in his second round. Sigel is 3-under 139 for the tournament and placed tied for 33rd going into the final round.

"We need to eliminate the unforced, mental errors on Sunday. We have good starting holes, so if we can get off to a fast start we could put some pressure on the leaders."

Head Coach Jamie Bermel

The last round tee time will be at 1:30 p.m. CT and live scoring can be followed along at Golfstat.com.

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