KU Men’s Golf In 11th After First Day Of Ram Master Challenge

By: KU, posted by Kinch O'Kelley
By: KU, posted by Kinch O'Kelley

FORT COLLINS, Colo. Kansas sophomore Jackson Foth shot an even-par 70 on the first round of the Ram Master Invitational to lead the KU men's golf team to an 11th-place two-round score of 585 at the Fort Collins Country Club.

Foth went on to shoot a 75 (+5) in the second round, giving him a two round total of 145 (+5). Foth currently sits in a tie for 29th in the individual leader's board.

The Jayhawks opened the day with a morning round of 286 (+6) and went on to shoot a 299 (+19) in the second round to finish the first day of the Ram Master Invitational. Kansas finished with a team total of 25-over par.

"I thought the first round we got off to a decent start, played pretty solid and ended strong," KU head coach Jamie Bermel said. "In the second round we just mentally weren't into it. It's disappointing and hopefully we can bounce back tomorrow."

Kansas sophomore Ben Welle also came out strong in his first round as a Jayhawk, recording three birdies on his way to a 72 (+2). Welle finished the second round with a 74 (+4) bringing his two round total to 146 (+6) placing him in a tie for 33rd.

Jayhawk freshman Chase Hanna joins Ben Welle in a tie for 33rd as he ended the day shooting a 72-74 for 146 (+6). Junior Logan Philley began his Kansas career today scoring four birdies in the first round bringing his total to 72 (+2). In the second round Philley recorded a 76 (+6) making his two round score to 148 (+8).

"We had three guys play today who had never played division one golf," Bermel said. "Ben (Well), Logan (Philley) and Chase (Hanna) all did fine. It's disappointing that they played better in the first round than they did in the second round, but unfortunately that's the way it goes. Hopefully tomorrow it will be better."

Host Colorado State leads the event at 564 (+4, 280-284), while Nevada trails by just two strokes with a team total of 566 (+6, 280-286). Cameron Harrell of Colorado State leads all competitors with a two round total of 137 (-3, 70-67).

Ram Master Challenge

Fort Collins Country Club * Fort Collins, Colo. * Par-70

April 16-17, 2 Round Results

1. Colorado State: 280-284; 564
2. Nevada: 280-286; 566
3. Louisville: 287-283; 570
4. Wichita State: 280-291; 571
5. Rice: 286-287; 573
6. Northern Colorado: 287-287; 574
7. Denver: 287-288; 575
8. Sacramento State: 288-292; 580
9. McNeese State: 285-287; 582
10. Wyoming: 292-291; 583
11. Kansas: 286-299; 585
12. Cal Poly: 290-296; 586
13. Weber State: 294-299; 593
T14. South Dakota State: 298-304; 602
T14. Drake: 312-290; 602

Top 10 Individuals: Par 72-72 (144)
1. Cameron Harrell, Colorado State: 70-67-137
T2. Luke Kristo, Sacramento State: 67-71-138
T2. Jordan Wright, Cal Poly: 67-74-138
4. Hampus Bergman, McNeese State: 68-71-139
T5. Oskar Arvidsson, Denver: 72-68-140
T5. Louis Cohen Boyer, Wichita State: 66-74-140
T5. Owen Taylor, Sacramento State: 71-69-140
T8. Antoine Le Saux, Louisville: 70-71-141
T8. James Lee, Rice: 72-69-141
T8. Jimmy Makloski, Colorado State: 71-70-141
T8. Kevin Reilly, Rice: 67-74-141

Kansas' scores
T28. Jackson Foth, Kansas: 70-75-145
T33. Ben Welle, Kansas: 72-74-146
T33. Chase Hanna, Kansas: 72-74-146
T47. Logan Philley, Kansas: 72-76-148
T58. Stan Gautier, Kansas: 72-78-150


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