UW-Green Bay coaches, as well as other Wisconsin coaches, are expecting to learn more about the impact of the NCAA’s decision to allow senior athletes an extra season of eligibility will have on their program. More via Golfers get their mulligan as NCAA Division I Council approves extra year of eligibility for spring athletes impacted by coronavirus cancellations | Wisconsin.Golf.
Student George Kneiser is making golf history at UW-Green Bay. The Horizon League men’s golf individual champion will be playing at the Louisville Regional in the 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships on Monday-Wednesday, May 13-15, 2019. “His work ethic is very good, and it’s very exciting to see the efforts of his labor pay off here, and have a trip to the NCAA regional. It’s very exciting for the program and the school,” says coach Lee Reinke. Check out the full story from WFRV.
UW-Green Bay student George Kneiser, the Horizon League men’s golf individual champion, will be playing at the Louisville Regional in the 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships on Monday-Wednesday, May 13-15, 2019. Learn more.
Congratulations are in order for UW-Green Bay student athlete George Kneiser, who is the newly crowned 2019 Horizon League individual men’s golf champion. With his victory, Kneiser will advance to the NCAA Regionals on May 12-15, 2019. Kneiser is only the third golfer in Phoenix history to win a Horizon League title. As well, Kneiser’s final score of 215 is the lowest score for any Phoenix golfer to ever win the championship. Read more.
UW-Green Bay student athlete George Kneiser is the newly crowned 2019 Horizon League individual men’s golf champion. With his victory, Kneiser will advance to the NCAA Regionals on May 12-15, 2019. Kneiser is only the third golfer in Phoenix history to win a Horizon League title. Check out the piece on Wisconsin.golf covering his big win.
“Zak Kulka spent much of his life following his older sister, Ashley, around to junior golf tournaments, but that’s not why the Beaver Dam senior will be following her to UW-Green Bay next fall. ‘The most important thing while searching for a college was the academics,” Kulka wrote in an email interview with Wisconsin.Golf. “For that reason, at the start of my recruiting process, I wasn’t considering UW-Green Bay … because they didn’t have engineering as a major. That all changed this past February, when UWGB announced they would be starting an engineering program in the fall of 2019. I was very excited to hear that.'” See the story in Wisconsin Golf.
Led by a trio of top 10 finishers, the Green Bay women’s golf team finished runner-up at the Chi-Town Fall Classic this week, competing at the Harborside International Golf Course in the Chicago area. Katie Warpinski (daughter of University Union Director Rick Warpinski) finished runner-up as an individual, shooting a final round 73 before finishing one shot back of the tournament champion. Also registering top 10 finishes were Lori Meyer (6th) and Alix Larson (T-9), lifting GB to a second-place finish in the six-team field. In men’s golf, Green Bay finished ahead of three other Horizon League teams, at the Tom Tontimonia Invitational hosted by Cleveland State this week, competing at the par-71 Lakewood Country Club. GB was led by freshman Ryan Schuelke, who finished T-21 at 9-over par, firing off a 72 in the final round. George Kneiser also finished top 30 at 10-over par, using a first round 72 score. The Phoenix finished ahead of Detroit Mercy, Youngstown State and Wright State as a team, shooting a final round 294, the second-best final round score among the 11 teams. GB finished at +42, four strokes out of sixth place. Dayton took home first place with a +17 finish.