A golfer can't win every tournament -- just ask Tiger Woods -- and regardless of Krsnich's play on Wednesday and today, Kansas University golf coach Ross Randall is not about to revoke his offer to let Krsnich play for the Jayhawks.
"Pete is a good golfer," Randall said. "He's been one of the better amateur golfers in the state for the past few years. He's indicated to me that he wants to come and start for us next year and we'll have to see what happens."
Krsnich said making the traveling squad his one of his goals -- something he does not take lightly.
"I'm looking forward to playing right away," the 18-year old from Wichita said. "Instead of red-shirting I want to play. Some people don't give themselves enough of something to shoot for."
Achieving goals is something Krsnich knows well. He played for the varsity all four years at Wichita Kapaun, helping the Crusaders win state championships his freshman and sophomore years.
"That was a great experience for me," he said. "I got to play with some of the best golfers in the state for four years and with my older brother for two years."
Krsnich has been competing in KJGA tournaments for nine years and knows just about everybody associated with KJGA.
And it seems everybody knows Krsnich, too.
All day long on Monday and Tuesday golfers trickled in to the scoring table at Eagle Bend. After signing their card and comparing scores with friends and golfers in their age group they nearly always asked the question, "How's Pete doing?"
"Pete is a great kid," said KJGA official and former Hutchinson High coach Rusty Hilst. "Kids look up to him and everybody knows who he is and likes him. He's not loud, but he's a quiet jokester who's got a dry sense of humor."
Krsnich said if younger golfers look up to him, that's a bonus.
"I've been coming to these for nine years and I've met an incredible amount of people," he said. "If little kids look up to me, that makes it gratifying."