PALO ALTO, CALIF. Kansas University's men's golf team is in a tie for 11th place in a 15-team field following the first round of The Nelson-Stanford Invitational on Friday.
Kansas opened the three day tournament with a total of 292 on the par-71 Stanford University Golf Course. Florida Southern College leads with a first-round total of 279. Washington, Purdue and Stanford all share second place with a one-round score of 280.
Sophomore Tyler Hall is tied for 12th to lead Kansas, shooting a one-round score of 1-under. A host of players are in a tie for 50th, including KU seniors Casey Harbour and Travis Hurst and junior Chris Marshall, who all carded 74s.
The second round is today at the Stanford course.