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Jayhawks Sit In 10th At Herb Wimberly As Hanna Continues Hot Start

Posted: 9:07 PM Oct 21, 2013
Reporter: KU, posted by Kinch O'Kelley

LAS CRUCES, N.M. - Kansas freshman Chase Hanna continues his hot start to his college golf career as he leads the Jayhawks again following day one of the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate. Hanna currently sits in a tie for 25th after carding a morning round 73 (+2) and second round 74 (+3) bringing his total to 147 (+5).

The Jayhawks currently sit in 10th place in the 17-team field after shooting a first round 298 (+14) followed by a second round 297 (+13) bringing their day one total to 595 (+27) on the New Mexico State University Golf Course.

"It was a pretty disappointing performance today from top to bottom," Kansas head coach Jamie Bermel said. "We just couldn't get anything going and now we dug ourselves into a hole."

Kansas sophomore Connor Peck, who is playing in his first two rounds of his division one career, carded a first round 75 (+4) and second round 73 (+2) placing him in a tie for 32nd with 148 (+6) in the 96-golfer field. Behind Peck are KU sophomore's Ben Welle and Jackson Foth who sit in a tie for 40th with a total of 150 (+8). Welle shot a first round 78 (+7) followed by a second round 72 (+1). Foth led the Jayhawks in the morning round with a 72 (+1) and went on to shot a 78 (+7) in the second round.

Junior Logan Philley shot a first round 81 (+10) and a second round 78 (+7) bringing his total to 159 (+17) putting him in a tie for 84th. Junior Stan Gautier, who is playing as an individual, was disqualified in the morning. Gautier was still allowed to play in the second round and shot an 80 (+9).

"I was pretty happy for (Connor) Peck," Bermel said. "He played pretty solid in his first Division one golf event. As far as tomorrow goes, we need a great round of golf."

The host school, New Mexico State currently leads the event with 572 (+4) after shooting a morning round 283 (-1) followed by a 289 (+5) in the afternoon. UTEP sits in second place, trailing the Aggies by two-strokes with a 574 (+6).

The Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate will conclude Tuesday, Oct. 22, with the third and final round.

Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate
New Mexico State University Golf Course * Las Cruces, N.M. * Par-71
October 21, Day 1 Results (Two Rounds)

Team Standing: Par 284 (568)
1. New Mexico State; 283-289; 572 (+4)
2. UTEP; 289-285; 574 (+6)
3. Colorado State; 289-286; 575 (+7)
4. Northern Colorado; 286-295; 581 (+13)
5. Air Force; 292-295; 587 (+19)
T6. Nevada; 298-291; 589 (+21)
T6. UT Arlington; 294-295; 589 (+21)
T8. Wichita State; 299-292; 591 (+23)
T8. Sam Houston State; 296-295; 591 (+23)
10. Kansas; 298-297; 595 (+27)
11. UC Riverside; 296-300; 596 (+28)
12. Arizona; 305-294; 599 (+31)
T13. Nebraska; 305-295; 600 (+32)
T13. Texas State; 298-302; 600 (+32)
15. UMKC; 300-302; 602 (+34)
16. UTSA; 296-308; 604 (+36)
17. Oral Roberts; 312-300; 612 (+44)


Top 10 Individuals: Par 71 (142)
1. Ben Krueger, Northern Colorado; 70-69; 139 (-3)
T2. Martin Simonsen, UTEP; 73-67; 140 (-2)
T2. Parker Edens, Colorado State 70-70; 140 (-2)
T2. Antoine Rozner, UMKC; 70-70; 140 (-2)
T5. Pat Beyhan, New Mexico State; 71-70; 141 (-1)
T5. Louis Cohen Boyer, Wichita State; 70-71; 141 (-1)
T5. Joss Gosling, UT Arlington; 73-68; 141 (-1)
T8. Cameron Harrell, Colorado State; 70-72; 142 (E)
T8. Brett Walker, New Mexico State; 70-72; 142 (E)
T10. David Gazzolo, UC Riverside; 71-72; 143 (+1)
T10. Rhyne Jones, Nevada; 71-72; 143 (+1)
T10. Andy Germann, Air Force; 71-72; 143 (+1)

Kansas Scores
T25. Chase Hanna, Kansas; 73-74; 147 (+5)
T32. Connor Peck, Kansas; 75-73; 148 (+6)
T40. Ben Welle, Kansas; 78-72; 150 (+8)
T40. Jackson Foth, Kansas; 72-78; 150 (+8)
T84. Logan Philley, Kansas; 81-78; 159 (+17)
DQ. *Stan Gautier (individual), Kansas; DQ-80
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