Men’s team finishes 4th


Wildcats Place Fourth in Reno

    RENO, Nev. – Following a third round score of 4-over 292, the Kansas State men’s golf team finished fourth with a three round score of 1-under par 863 at the Wolf Pack Classic.
    K-State senior Robert Streb, this week’s Wildcat of the Week, tied with Tom Whitney of Air Force for 10th place with a three round-score of 72-70-71–213, 3-under par. Streb carded a 1-under par 71 on Tuesday, continuing his hot start of the season where he has carded eight par or below-par scores out of nine rounds played.
    Junior Joe Ida placed in a five-way tie for 16th place after carding an even par score of 216. Mitchell Gregson carded a 72-71-75 for a 2-over par 218, placing him in a tie for 26th place with seven other golfers.

K-State Finishes One Spot Higher on Day Two

    LUBBOCK, Texas – The K-State women’s golf team moved up one spot from day one to finish in 11th place at the Jeannine McHaney/Audrey Morehead Invitational. The Wildcats finished the tournament shooting a 337-312-314—963 (+87) at the par 73, 6,525-yard Rawls Course.
    The Wildcats were never able to fully recover from a first round in which they shot a 337 (+45). K-State was able to cut 25 strokes off its first round in round two, and shoot a 22-over par in round three.

— K-State Sports Information