Senior Gabby Curtis got the Badgers started quickly, going 5-under on her first nine holes to jump out to a 2-up lead on the Cyclones' Celia Barquin Arozamena at the turn en route to a 2-and-1 victory, UW's lone win in the finals.
Wisconsin.Golf's No. 1-ranked girls golfer in the Class of 2019 thought the recruiting process would lead her away from Wisconsin, but instead it showed Lauterbach that the grass was just as green staying close to home.
The Phoenix sophomore, playing the No. 5 position, shot a 4-under-par 67 and helped his team fire a final-round 287 to finish tied for ninth place in the 14-team field with an 882 total. Host Murray State (279-286-285) won the event with an 850 total.
Senior Leah Birch (80-78-81) and freshman Lori Meyer (79-80-80) led the way as the Phoenix shot rounds of 326-325-317 and finished 11th out of 14 teams at the Northern Kentucky Invitational, 54 shots behind first-place UNC-Asheville.
ANACONDA, Montana — Another week, another victory for Wisconsin golfers Taylor McCorkle and Alexis Thomas and the North Dakota State women's golf team.
Of the 14 scores that the Badgers had posted before Curtis' 68, none was lower than 71 but none was higher than 74 among their five scoring golfers. That remarkable consistency in and around par helped UW shoot an 855, the lowest score in program history
Marquette posted its best 54-hole score (289-277-281--847) since shooting 840 (24-under-par) Oct. 23-25, 2015 at the Price's Give `Em Five Invitational in El Paso, Texas.
Matt Murlick and Matthew Bachmann add matching 69s as Marquette shoots its lowest team score since a 275 at the 2015 Price's Give 'Em Invitational and moves within six shots of Texas A&M.
After back-to-back last-place finishes in the Horizon League (and three in the last four years), the Phoenix coach is looking for an exceptional freshman class to start raising the bar in women's golf at UWGB.
The University of Wisconsin junior played the five par-5s in a combined 5-under-par with three birdies, an eagle and a par en route to a 5-under 67 that left him one shot off the pace set by Chandler Phillips of Texas A&M.
Phoenix coach Lee Reinke teed it up with, against some of his golfers this summer in an effort to set a tone when it comes to working to improve during college golf's so-called off-season.
Aya Johnson's return after being sidelined back-to-back seasons with a back injury and Lexi Harkins transfer from powerhouse North Carolina will help UW absorb the graduations losses of Brooke Ferrell and Michelle Cheung.
A number of UW's returning golfers and incoming freshmen turned in stellar performances at various levels, giving coach Michael Burcin cause for optimism heading into Sunday's opener at the Badger Invitational at University Ridge.
The Carney, Michigan, native joins juniors Oliver Farrell and Austin Kendziorski and sophomores Matt Murlick and Matthew Bachman in Marquette’s top five for the Badger Invitational, which begins Sunday. Senior Garrett Loomis, junior Charlie Maleki and sophomore Ferdinand Müller will compete as individuals.
McCorkle shoots 75 and Thomas 78 as their top-10 finishes help the Bison, behind medalist Natalie Roth (70), shoot a final-round 298 and rally past Nebraska to win the Omaha Invitational by seven strokes.
The 2016 WIAA Division 3 state champion, acting on the advice of a coach at a rival high school, sought out college golf programs with players who can push him and decided the Eichhorn and the Golden Eagles were a perfect match.
Last season, Harkins was North Carolina's top finisher at the NCAA championships, tying for 24th place overall and owned a 74.67 stroke average, third-best on the team.
Former Marquette assistant men's golf coach Michael Bielawski, now development director for the MACC Fund, has enlisted the help of five Wisconsin schools and Wisconsin golfers from two out-of-state schools
CORAL SPRINGS, Flordia -- At least 29 golfers with Wisconsin ties have been named Women's Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholars, the association announced Wednesday.
The Wildcats junior becomes the second member of Wisconsin's Class of 2018 to make her college decision, joining South Dakota State-bound Mia Seeman of Milton.
The Cardinal senior shoots 80 yet is only five shots out of the top 10 after a challenging opening day at Rich Harvest Farms GC near Chicago.
Presented annually since 1995, the award honorsa top collegiate female golfer who has made an impact through leadership and community service.
The Wolves shoot 294 in Thursday's third round to reach the 54-hole mark at 10-over-par 889, good for a 13-stroke advantage over Grand View University (291) and Texas Wesleyan (290).
No. 5 golfer Austin Kendziorski leads the way with a 76, but the Golden Eagles drop three spots and now need to another rally similar to the one that got them here.
SAMMAMISH, Washington -- The 1-over-par rounds of 72 from its Nos. 1 and 5 golfers fit like bookends around a steady opening round to the NCAA Division I Sammamish Regional for the Marquette men's golf team.
The former Sussex Hamilton golfer replaces fellow sophomore Charlie Maleki in the lineup for the Big East Conference champions at Aldarra GC in Sammamish, Washington.
COLUMBUS, Ohio –In the end, the University of Wisconsin women’s golf team chalked up its week at the NCAA Columbus Regional to experience --a frustrating one now, but valuable maybe one day.
Junior Becky Klongland and sophomore Nat Zeng both shot 2-over par 74s to pace the Badgers.
The top six teams from each regional advance to the NCAA Championships and the Badgers are just five strokes out of sixth after Day 1.
Fellow senior Michelle Cheung will replace Ferrell in the lineup and join juniors Becky Klongland and Gabby Curtis and sophomores Nat Zeng and Jessica Reinecke in UW's five-player lineup.
And last week? Nearly 1,100 miles separated the Marquette men's golf team from Okatie, South Carolina, and Callawassie Island GC, where it won the Big East Conference Championship, earning them another cross-country journey.
When members of the Marquette men’s golf team gathered Monday in their South Carolina hotel after a thoroughly disappointing second round at the Big East Conference Tournament, they talked freely, openly and, let’s face it, optimistically about what a great story it would be if they could er…
Late struggles in final round leave UW two shots short of a top-four finish, but with only its second upper-division showing since 2007.
Senior Ben Skogen and freshman Nick Robinson both shoot 69s in the second round Saturday at Baltimore CC as the Badgers shoot a 284, the fifth-lowest round at a Big Ten Championship in program history.
After finishing last among the 14 men's golf teams in the Big Ten Conference a year ago, there was no place to go but up Friday for the University of Wisconsin. Even so, the Badgers' gigantic first-round leap at Baltimore CC might not the last of it.
Fellow senior Michelle Cheung is named the Sportsmanship Award winner for the second straight year.
The Phoenix men shoot 299 and hold onto fifth place; the Green Bay women shoot 329 and come within four shots of seventh.
The fifth-year senior shoots his second straight 73 and is tied for second, four shots out of first place while the Phoenix men moved into fifth place. The women remain in eight despite their second-lowest round of the year (322).
MILWAUKEE —Marquette golfers swept the top eight spots and UW-Parkside the last eight Friday in a non-conference dual-meet tune-up at Tripoli CC for their respective conference tournaments.
Senior Brooke Ferrell (fourth), junior Becky Klongland (sixth) and sophomore Nat Zeng (eighth) all in the top 10 as UW is just three shots behind the Wildcats.
Former Madison Memorial golfer Robyn Blanchard, a sophomore at Indiana State, ties for 37th; former Brookfield Central golfer Grace Dunn, a junior at Drake, ties for 42nd and teammate Aimee Gerschke, a freshman from Milwaukee St. Thomas More, ties for 46th.
Hitt holds onto 13th-place individually at 4-over 220 -- 11 strokes behind winner Ashley Holder of Central Florida, who shot 69-71-69 and edged SMU’s Brigitte Dunne (68-73-69) by one stroke to take the individual title.
Hitt, however, plays her first three holes on the back nine in 4-over to fall back, but eventually settles down and closes out an even-par round, moving her 11 spots up the leaderboard into a tie for 13th place at 4-over 148 entering Tuesday's final round.
For the second time in three days, the Badgers shoot their second-lowest round of the spring, firing another 293 to match their best finish of the season.
The sophomore starts his day with a birdie and ends it with an eagle, moving up 10 spots into sole possession of third place at 6-under 210 — three strokes behind winner Nick Voke of Iowa State — as the Golden Eagles tie for fifth.
Robinson (71-70) matched his career-best 36-hole total at 3-under-par 141 to sit one stroke ahead of Kent State's Bjarki Petursson and two in front of Purdue's Austin Eoff.
Sophomore Oliver Farrell shoots an opening round 70 and was sitting in a tie for sixth place at 3-under-par through 27 holes
NUEVO VALLARTA, MEXICO -- A solid day across the board boosted the University of Wisconsin women's golf team into first place after the second round of the Hawkeye El-Tigre Invitational.