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March 31, 2004


Big 12 honors KU's Skoda

Kansas University sophomore tennis player Christine Skoda was named Big 12 Conference women's player of the week Tuesday by the league office.

Skoda, a native of Edmonton, Alberta, won three singles matches last week, raising her spring record to 7-6. She also teamed with Brittany Brown for three doubles wins.

Jayhawks win invitational

Stevinson, Calif. -- Kansas University's men's golf squad shot a three-round total of 858 to win the 14-team Colorado-Stevinson Ranch Invitational on Tuesday by three strokes over second-place Kansas State.

KU senior Tyler Hall tied for second place after a three-round total of 210, while freshman Gary Woodland was fourth after shooting a 211.

"We got the job done today," KU coach Ross Randall said. "We're pleased to get other win this season."

KU travels April 9-10 to the Intercollegiate at MacGregor Downs in Cary, N.C.

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