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Courtney Matschke's goal once she joins the UW-Green Bay women's golf team this fall is a big one.
Senior Lexi Harkins shot an even-par 72 in Saturday's final round to tie for second individually as UW (299) — at 29-over 893 total — finished third, 18 shots behind Arizona and just one shot out of second.
Three of the Badgers' four scoring golfers set personal bests for 54 holes Monday as UW finished five shots behind champion Oklahoma at its own invitational in Arizona.
The senior from Stoughton matches a school record with a bogey-free, 7-under-par 65 in the second round of the Westbrook Spring Invitational as host UW fires a school-record 277 during the afternoon session of the 36-hole opener.
Kendziorski bounced back from a 79-81 start and Eichhorn shot his second straight 73 to lead the Golden Eagles with a 17th-place finish, but Marquette struggled to its worst round of the weekend, a 300, and fell two spots and finished alone in 11th place.
Eichhorn plays his final 14 holes in 4-under-par, finishing with a 2-under 69 at Rio Mar CC's Ocean Course, and jumping 32 spots up the leaderboard into a tie for 16th place at 1-over 143. That helped Marquette shoot a second-round 289 and climb three spots as a team.
Oliver Farrell and Matt Murlick post 2-over-par 73s as Marquette struggles early and rallies late to shoot 294 -- good for a share of 12th place with North Carolina-Greensboro, 20 shots behind defending NCAA champion Oklahoma
Seeing the devastation caused last fall by Hurricane Maria, coach Steve Bailey believes his Golden Eagles can take a cue from the people of Puerto Rico and accomplish their goals the same way: By making tomorrow better than today.
Technically the only school to finish the weekend unbeaten and untied, UW loses a tie-breaker to Purdue in its pool and drops to the third-place match where it topples Penn State to finish the weekend 4-0.
PALM COAST, Florida — There was no mincing of words Friday as Michael Burcin described the magnitude of what his University of Wisconsin men's golf team had done on Day 1 of the Big Ten Match Play at Hammock Dunes.
UW's lone senior in the lineup for this weekend's Big Ten Conference Match Play Championship in Florida hasn't played since the second week of the fall season and Badgers coach Michael Burcin says that's a reflection of the quality depth that has been built up in the program over Wajda's four years on campus.
The senior transfer from North Carolina plays her final 13 holes in 2-under-par en route to a 2-under 70, bumping her 10 spots up the leaderboard into sole possession of sixth place at even-par 144. Her score helped the 27th-ranked Badgers shoot 287, their third-lowest round of the season, and move within four shots of first-place Miami (Fla.) entering the final round.
The 2014 WIAA Division 2 state champion from Winnebago Lutheran Academy plays his final nine holes in 1-under to salvage a 77 and a 15th-place showing that will keep the Wildcats' No. 5 golfer in the lineup for their next event in their bid to get back to the NCAA Division II Championship.
She announced recently she orally committed to the NCAA Division II Warriors over interest in Division II Southwest Minnesota State and Lindenwood (Missouri) and Division III UW-Oshkosh.
Straight, wife of Winona State men's golf coach Jeff Straight, replaces Julie Hennessy, who resigned as coach in May after a six-year run, and Anderson will become the fifth Wisconsin golfer on the roster in the fall of 2018.
The former boys and girls golf coach at Stoughton High School hopes to draw from his experience starting the Vikings girls program in helping the Eagles' women's golf program take flight.
The reigning WIAA Division 2 state champion from Fox Valley Lutheran likes the academic, athletic balance of NCAA Division III golf and chooses the Titans over interest from UW-Stout, UW-Whitewater.
The 1951 alum loved golf, believed it was a sport people of all ages could play and wanted to give back to the game upon his death in January of 2017. That led to him providing the first all-program endowment for an athletic team in school history.
Herb shoots 73 and ties for eighth at 215 as the unranked Tommies slay some of the small-school men's golf giants to take the team title seven shots over No. 2-ranked Huntingdon (Ala.) .
Hofmeister, the 2016 WIAC Champion, earned conference player-of-the-week honors twice during 2017 and finished second at the WIAC Championship. Hernandez is just the 12th golfer in WIAC history to earn at least three first-team all-conference honors.