LAWRENCE, Kan. — The South Dakota State men's golf team ended the first day of the Kansas Invitational in 11th place. The Jackrabbits compiled a two-round score of 602 (297-305) in the 15-team and 90-player tournament.
David Smith led the Jackrabbits with a score of 145 (73-72) and is currently tied for 14th place. Hudson Carpenter tallied a score of 146 (72-74) and is tied for 17th place. Nolan Meyer is tied for 68th after registering a score of 156 (76-80). Greg Fehrman carded a 159 (76-83) and is tied for 81st place. Brian Wynia rounded out the Jackrabbits' first-day effort with a total of 160 (81-79) for 83rd place. Kyle Cooper competed as an individual and is tied for 60th place after carding a score of 155 (79-76).
The University of Nebraska is currently in first place at the Kansas Invitational after compiling a team score of 578 (290-288). Individually, Scott Willman of Nebraska is in first place with a score of 140 (72-68). The final round will start Tuesday morning.