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Sunday, November 6, 2016

KU golfer Hanna cards 61 to set school record at Ka’anapali Collegiate Classic

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— Kansas senior golfer Chase Hanna fired a round of 61 to set a school record, and move into a tie for first place Saturday at the Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic.

Hanna carded nine birdies and an eagle to shoot a round of 10-under. The KU senior is tied for the lead with Georgia's Greyson Sigg entering today's final round. Hanna's round of 61 was one stroke off tying the NCAA record.

Freshman Andy Spencer shot a round of 3-under to position himself in a tie for 16th through two rounds. Junior Daniel Sutton is also in the top 20, as he is tied for 18th.

Kansas is tied for fourth place on the team leaderboard with Clemson, and sits 12 strokes back of first-place Georgia.

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