RCW: Inside Men's Golf 3.35

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The Jayhawks earned an NCAA Regional bid for the second-straight season, the first back-to-back appearances by a Kansas team since the 2003-04 and 2004-05 seasons.

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  • Kansas finished the event in ninth place, 17 strokes from the final qualifying spot that was claimed by Arizona State.
  • On the final day of competition, the Jayhawks had three of five golfers post rounds under par.
  • Senior Chase Hanna collected six birdies in his final round to post a 2-under-par 69 on the day.
  • With a 6-over-par performance for the tournament, Hanna finished in a tie for 31st in the 75-golfer field, leading the team.
  • Posting the best Kansas round of the event, sophomore Charlie Hillier shot only two bogeys with six birdies on his way to a final-round, 67.
  • Junior Daniel Sutton played with his usual consistency, contributing to the team score in all three rounds and finishing in a tie for 49th at 10-over par.
  • Taking advantage of his first-ever postseason opportunity, freshman Andy Spencer also recorded an under-round par on the final day, entering the clubhouse with a 70.
  • Spencer also led the Jayhawks on a slow first day, recording a 1-under-par round.
  • Junior Daniel Hudson was able to improve his score in each of the three rounds, finishing the event at 13-over-par and in a tie for 59th.
  • Hanna, Hudson and incoming signee, Ben Sigel, have all advanced through the U.S. Open Local qualifying round and will move on to a sectional round, where a high enough finish will qualify for the 2017 U.S. Open.


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