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Sunday, February 21, 2016

KU men’s golfers lead at Desert

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— Kansas University’s men’s golf team led the 20-team Desert Intercollegiate tournament after two rounds Saturday.

Sophomore Daniel Hudson fired a 1-under-par 71 on Saturday and was tied for third at 3-under 141.

The Jayhawks were five strokes ahead of second-place Texas Tech in the team standings, followed by Colorado another shot back.

KU freshman Charlie Hillier played a round of even par on Saturday and remains tied for sixth at 2-under 142.

Saturday at Palm Desert, Calif.

DESERT INTERCOLLEGIATE

Team scores: Kansas 575, Texas Tech 580, Colorado 581, TCU 583, Cal Ploy 593, Wyoming 593, Gonzaga 594, Old Dominion 598, Oral Roberts 598, South Dakota State 599, Southern Illinois 602, Little Rock 603, Southern Utah 605, Denver 605, Idaho 606, UC Riverside 606, CSU UC Irvine 608, Nebraska 610, CSU Northridge 611.

KU two-day scores: T3. Daniel Hudson, 141; T6. Charlie Hillier, 142; T10. Connor Peck, 144; T18. Brock Drogosch, 147; T50. Ben Welle, 151; T55. Chase Hanna, 152.

Individual leader: Sean Walsh, Gonzaga, 139.

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