After two days and four rounds, the Kansas men’s golf team will await the final round of pool play of the Big 12 Match Play Championship at the The Clubs at Houston Oaks on Sunday in Hockley, Texas.
Kansas has 10 total team points to lead Pool B, while Texas Tech and Texas lead Pool A with 9 points each.
On the second day of match play, the Jayhawks tied with Kansas State in the morning round and then went on to defeat Oklahoma State in the afternoon to add 4 team points to its total.
Freshman Luke Kluver won his match against Oklahoma State 5&3 and against Kansas State 4&3. Kluver has won all four of his matchups in his Big 12 Match Play Championship debut.
Junior Harry Hillier also went 4-0 in his matchups from the past two days after defeating Kansas State 2&1 and Oklahoma State 3&2. After falling in the morning round against Kansas State 3&2, junior Ben Sigel bounced back against Oklahoma State coming out on top 6&5 in his matchup.
The rest of the teams will finish their fourth sessions in the morning on Sunday, while Kansas will wait to see who its opponent will be in the finale.