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Matt Record finished third individually at the Oak Hill Intercollegiate.
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          Release: 04/22/2014
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Huskers Earn Runner-Up Honors at Oak Hill

Rochester, N.Y. – Nebraska’s attempt at a final-round comeback at the Oak Hill Intercollegiate fell short by four strokes to Notre Dame on Tuesday.

The Huskers earned their highest finish of the season by taking second place in the seven-team field. With its performance, Nebraska collected its seventh top-10 finish of the 2013-14 campaign in 10 stroke play events.

Senior Matt Record notched his best career finish by taking third place at Oak Hill Country Club, a par-70, 7,145-yard layout. In the final round, Record birdied the par-4 eighth hole, but suffered five bogeys en route to 4-over-par 74. He fired 3-over-par 213 over 54 holes to finish four strokes behind individual medalist Niall Platt of Notre Dame.

Record suffered no worse than bogey on any single hole during the three-round tournament. He led four Huskers who placed in the top 10 in New York: Josh Reinertson, Ross Dickson and Calvin Freeman.

Reinertson turned in a career-best fifth-place finish with 217 strokes at the Oak Hill Intercollegiate. His final-round 72 was highlighted by birdies on Holes 6 and 17. Like Record, he made no score worse than bogey on a hole during the tournament.

Dickson collected a tie for seventh place, posting 11-over-par 221. In Tuesday’s final round, the junior from London, England used two birdies en route to 2-over-par 72. On Monday, Dickson paced his way to scores of 73 and 76.

Freeman, a Table Rock, Neb., native, recorded birdies on 6 and 7 in the final round for a 3-over-par 73. He completed the 54-hole tournament with a score of 12-over-par 222 after carding 72 and 77 in the first two rounds.

Senior Manuel Lavin tied the best Husker score of the day with 2-over-par 72. He showed successive improvement in each round after 82 in Monday’s first round and 76 in the second round. Lavin tied for 19th at 230.

As a team, the Huskers produced the best score of the day with 289, matching their first-round score from Monday. NU posted 292 in Monday’s second round to finish the tournament with a 30-over-par 870 total. Tournament host Notre Dame finished at 866 to take the team title.

Seniors Mike Siwa and Ryan Grassel competed as individuals at the Oak Hill Intercollegiate. Siwa carded a final-round 75 to take 18th place with 229 strokes. Grassel managed 7-over-par 77 over the final 18 holes to tie for 32nd.

Complete scoring and results for the Oak Hill Intercollegiate are available on Golfstat.com. The Huskers return to action for the Big Ten Championships, May 2-4, at the Pete Dye Golf Course in French Lick, Ind. The conference tournament will be shown on the Big Ten Network on a tape-delayed basis.

Oak Hill Intercollegiate
April 21-22, 2014
Oak Hill Country Club, Rochester, N.Y.
Par 70 – 7,145 yards

Team Results
1. Notre Dame – 287-287-292 = 866 (+26)
2. Nebraska – 289-292-289 = 870 (+30)
3. Boston College – 306-293-299 = 898 (+58)
4. Georgetown – 297-301-302 = 900 (+60)
5. Rochester – 317-309-301 = 927 (+87)
6. St. Bonaventure – 305-323-313 = 941 (+101)
7. Canisius College – 325-322-316 = 963 (+123)

Individual Top 10 Results
1. Niall Platt, Notre Dame – 71-66-72 = 209 (-1)
2. Gregory Podufal, Georgetown – 70-70-72 = 212 (+2)
3. Matt Record, Nebraska – 70-69-74 = 213 (+3)
4. Andrew Lane, Notre Dame – 71-74-70 = 215 (+5)
5. Josh Reinertson, Nebraska – 74-71-72 = 217 (+7)
6. John Jackopsic, Boston College – 77-72-69 = 218 (+8)
T-7. Ross Dickson, Nebraska – 73-76-72 = 221 (+11)
T-7. Patrick Grahek, Notre Dame – 73-74-74 = 221 (+11)
T-9. Calvin Freeman, Nebraska – 72-77-73 = 222 (+12)
T-9. Matt Rushton, Notre Dame – 74-71-77 = 222 (+12)
T-9. Nicholas Palladino, Rochester – 80-72-70 = 222 (+12)
T-9. Andy Mai, Boston College – 73-71-78 = 222 (+12)

Nebraska Lineup Results
3. Matt Record – 70-69-74 = 213 (+3)
5. Josh Reinertson – 74-71-72 = 217 (+7)
T-7. Ross Dickson – 73-76-72 = 221 (+11)
T-9. Calvin Freeman – 72-77-73 = 222 (+12)
T-19. Manuel Lavin – 82-76-72 = 230 (+20)

Nebraska Individuals
18. Mike Siwa – 74-80-75 = 229 (+19)
T-32. Ryan Grassel – 82-78-77 = 237 (+27)

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