Huskers Finish 10th at Hawkeye Invitational
IOWA CITY, Iowa - The Nebraska men's golf team concluded the final day of competition at the Hawkeye Invitational on Saturday. The Huskers finished with a team total of 613 after a second round score of 315, coming in 10th place overall. Iowa State took home the title with a final score of 583.
Sophomore Tanner Owen led the Huskers for the second time this season, posting a second round score of 77 with 149 overall. Owen finished tied for 14th overall.
Junior captain Jace Guthmiller had a second round stroke of 78, finishing with 154 overall and tying for 40th. Daniel Pearson and Jackson Wendling tied for the third best total on the NU squad after matching each other's scores in each round. Pearson and Wendling hit for a second round stroke of 80, finishing with 155 total and tied for 47th.
Sean Song rounded out the Husker squad with with a second round score of 82 and a total of 161, finishing 66th overall. Patrick Clare competed as an individual and posted a second round stroke of 84 with 169 total, finishing in 75th.
The Huskers will travel home to prepare for the Big Ten Championships coming up in two weeks in Baltimore, Md. More information will be available about the conference meet on Huskers.com during the week leading up to the big event.
Fri, Apr. 13 - Sat, Apr. 14
Iowa City, Iowa - Finkbine Golf Course
Par-72 - 7,239 yards
1) Tanner Owen (T-14th, 149)
2) Jace Guthmiller (T-40th, 154)
T3) Daniel Pearson (T-47th, 155)
T3) Jackson Wendling (T-47th, 155)
5) Sean Song (66th, 161)
Individual: Patrick Clare (75th, 169)
1) Iowa State (583)
2) Iowa (584)
3) Kansas State (587)
T4) Michigan State (598)
T4) Kansas (598)
T6) Drake (602)
T6) Minnesota (602)
8) Arkansas State (604)
9) Marquette (607)
10) Nebraska (613)
11) Missouri - Kansas City (616)
12) South Dakota State (626)
13) DePaul (627)