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Men's Golf

Huskers Return to Fall Action at Badger Invite

The Nebraska men’s golf team resumes fall season competition by traveling to Wisconsin for the Badger Invitational (Oct. 1-3).

Following a practice round on Saturday, the Huskers will take aim at the par 72, 7,106-yard layout of the University Ridge Golf Course outside of Madison, beginning with tee times for the 18-team field at 9:30 a.m. (CT) on Sunday, Oct. 1.

The Huskers will be back in action for the second round on Monday with tee times again at 9:30 a.m. (CT), before concluding the 54-hole tournament with the final round on Tuesday with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. (CT).

The Big Red will be part of a field that features six 2023 NCAA Regional qualifiers, including Illinois State, Long Beach State, Marquette, Middle Tennessee, Northern Illinois and the hosts from Wisconsin, along with contenders Ball State, Campbell, Central Arkansas, Eastern Michigan, Florida Gulf Coast, Loyola-Chicago, Maryland, Nebraska, South Alabama, South Dakota State, VCU and Western Carolina.

In addition to the team competition at the Badger Invitational, Husker sophomore Davis Johnson will compete in the TPC Individual held at the nearby TPC Wisconsin (Oct. 1-2).

Nebraska will look to improve on its performance at the 2022 Badger Invitational, when the Huskers finished fourth with a two-round total of 571 (-5). Will Marshall led the Huskers last year, tying for 16th with a 142 (-2).

Live updates and scoring for the Badger Invitational can be found at HuskersGolf on Instagram and X, and LeaderboardKing.com. Complete tournament coverage and results will be available on Huskers.com. 

Badger Invitational
University Ridge Golf Course (Verona, Wisconsin)
Par 72, 7,106 Yards

Sunday, Oct. 1 (Round 1) - 9:30 a.m. (tee times)
Monday, Oct. 2 (Round 2) - 9:30 a.m. (tee times)
Tuesday, Oct. 3 (Round 3) - 9 a.m. (shotgun)
Live Scoring: LeaderboardKing.com
Participating Teams (18)
Ball State, Campbell, Central Arkansas, Eastern Michigan, FGCU, Illinois State, Long Beach State, Loyola-Chicago, Marquette, Maryland, Middle Tennessee, Nebraska, Northern Illinois, South Alabama, South Dakota State, VCU, Western Carolina, Wisconsin
Nebraska Lineup (5-count-4)
1. Harry Crockett, Jr., Oxted, England
2. Will Marshall, 5th, Elburn, Ill.
3. Hamish Murray, Jr., Sydney, Australia
4. Reed Malleck, Sr., York, Neb.
5. Quinn Yost, So., Farmington, N.M.
IND - Davis Johnson, So. Chaska, Minn. (TPC Individual at TPC Wisconsin)
TPC Individual Live Scoring: LeaderboardKing.com
Murray Earns Top 10 Finish During Big Red Debut 
Junior transfer Hamish Murray produced a top-10 individual finish while making his NCAA Division I and Nebraska debut at the Bearcat Invitational in Cincinnati, Ohio (Sept. 18-19).
The Australian tied for ninth overall with a 211 (-2) to lead the Nebraska lineup at the Coldstream Country Club. 
Fellow junior Harry Crockett put together Nebraska’s best final round with his one-over par 72. Crockett finished with a 54-hole total of 216 (+3) to tie for 30th as the Big Red’s No. 2 finisher.
Seniors Reed Malleck and Gentry Scheve both posted rounds of 75 over the final 18 holes to finish at 218 (+5) and 224 (+11), respectively. Will Marshall tied for 67th at 223 (+10).
As a team, Nebraska finished ninth in a strong 14-team field that featured five of the top-30 teams in the nation, according to the Golfweek Preseason Top 30.