Huskers Finish Second at Shoot-out
Manuel Lavin led the Huskers on Thursday, finishing second after shooting 72.
Photo Courtesy Scott Bruhn/Nebraska Communications
Courtesy: NU Athletic Communications
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Palm Desert, Calif. - In a competition before this weekend's Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate, the Nebraska men's golf team took second place at the four-team shoot-out, hosted by Wyoming, at The Classic Club on Thursday.

The Huskers shot 299, with Manuel Lavin leading the way after his 72. The sophomore took second place overall. Junior Neil Dufford tied for third, firing a 73. Scott Willman carded a 76 on Thursday, while Jordan Reinertson and Ryan Grassel posted 78 and 80, respectively.

St. Mary's came in with the best score, compiling 291 strokes in the shoot-out. Colorado finished third with 311, while Wyoming shot 396.

The Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate tees off Saturday at 9:30 a.m. (Central Time) at The Classic Club.

1. St. Mary's - 291
2. Nebraska - 299
3. Colorado - 311
4. Wyoming - 396

Nebraska Scores
Manuel Lavin - 72
Neil Dufford - 73
Scott Willman - 76
Jordan Reinertson - 78
Ryan Grassel - 80

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