The Kansas State males’s golfing staff completed 9th out of 12 colleges on the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate match this weekend.
Baylor hosted the match on the Royal Oaks Nation Membership, a 7,068-yard, par-71 path in Dallas.
Senior Jacob Eklund completed 7th in person scoring. He ended up 6-under for the entire match at 207 strokes.
Spherical one noticed Okay-State off to a sluggish get started. The staff shot a 4-over-par 288 over the primary 18 holes.
Eklund, who shot a 2-under 69, was once joined by means of sophomore Will Hopkins, who shot an excellent 71, in preserving Okay-State first around rating down.
Eklund additionally shot a 69 in the second one around, whilst the staff controlled to knock 3 strokes off their first-round tempo to complete at 1-over 285.
Junior Kyle Vance was once the one different Wildcat at or beneath par. He shot an excellent 71 on the second one around.
“Jake was once in point of fact forged these days,” head trainer Grant Robbins instructed Okay-State Sports activities. “He hit it shut rather a bit of and was once ready to make numerous birdies. As a staff we simply had too many huge numbers. We’re only some photographs out of the highest 5. We simply want to get everybody going and publish a low around the next day to come.”
On the finish of the second one around, Okay-State sat in 8th position.
At the ultimate day of the match, Okay-State shot a 6-over 290, leaping their score-to-par from 5-under to 11-under and losing them to 9th position.
“General, we simply made too many errors that simply killed our momentum,” Robbins mentioned to Okay-State Sports activities. “We made numerous birdies this week, we simply made approach too many bogeys particularly inside of 100 yards. It’s all a few mentality with this staff and one thing we need to stay running exhausting to increase.”
Eklund’s 1-under 70 was once the lone vivid spot of the around for Okay-State, who recorded two 73’s and a 74 to around out the 4 ratings that counted towards the staff rating.
The Wildcats can be off till overdue February, when they’re going to compete on the North Carolina-Greensboro-hosted TPC Dorado Seaside Collegiate in San Juan, Puerto Rico.