Badger Sports Roundup, Sept. 19

Men's golf wins invite; men's soccer defeats Drake; women's golf finishes fourth

Men's golf wins second straight tournament

The Wisconsin men's golf team won its second consecutive tournament Sunday, winning the Northern Intercollegiate Invitational at University Ridge in Verona, Wis. The Badgers shot a team score of 862 on 54 holes (289-276-297), separating itself from Penn State, which finished with an 868 (285-289-294).

The Badgers tied for first place in the Michigan Radrick/Farms Invitational Sept. 12-13, finishing with an 871 (297-285-289).

Sunday, sophomore Garrett Jones finished in a tie for fourth with a 214 (71-69-74) while Jones sank his first hole-in-one on the 191-yard 12th hole Saturday. Garrett Chaussard of Illinois won the individual title with a 211. Penn State's Ted Neville and Greg Pieczynski tied Jones for fourth place.

Sophomore Adam DeLawyer was Wisconsin's next finisher, placing ninth with a 216 and freshman Jeff Kaiser and senior Brian Brodell finished in a six-way tie for 20th, as each shot a 221. Kevin Tassistro placed 30th with a 223.

Women's golf finishes fourth at Mary Fossum Invite

The women's golf team finished fourth at the Mary Fossum Invitational in East Lansing, Mich., Sunday, shooting a 928 (305-308-315). Michigan won the tournament with a 919 (306-303-310) while host Michigan State placed second with a 925 (303-309-313). Northwestern placed third with a 926 (310-305-311).

Junior Lindsay McMillan led the Badgers with a 230 (76-77-77) and earned a career-best finish of sixth place. Sophomore Nicki Morse placed 15th with a 232 (78-75-79) while freshman Katie Elliot ended in a 16th place tie with a 233 (76-80-77) and sophomore Melissa Martin tied for 24th with a 235 (75-78-82).

Badger soccer takes down Drake 2-1

The men's soccer team picked up a 2-1 win over Drake (3-3 overall) in Des Moines, Iowa, Sunday, thanks to goals from the Hohlbein brothers. The Badgers move to 3-3 overall after falling to Creighton 2-1 Friday in Omaha, Neb.

Badger senior forward Jed Hohlbein opened the scoring, hitting the back of the net at 56:06 off an assist from senior goaltender Noah Goerlitz. Drake junior forward Ryan Samuelson responded quickly with a goal of his own at 57:26. With the game knotted at a goal apiece, sophomore defender Aaron Hohlbein scored Wisconsin's second goal at 73:41 with help from freshman midfielder Erik Ortega.

Badger senior goaltender Eric Hanson and Drake freshman netminder Phillip Breuer each had six saves.

Women's soccer picks up scoreless tie

No. 16 Wisconsin (6-1-1 overall, 0-1-1 Big Ten) hosted No. 22 Ohio State (4-2-1, 0-0-1) Sunday in what resulted in a defensive struggle with neither team scoring a goal after regulation and two overtimes.

Sophomore midfielder Kara Kabellis had a team-high four shots on goal while OSU junior Lisa Grubb had six. Ohio State out-shot Wisconsin 20-8 during regulation but the Badgers did not allow a shot on goal in the second overtime, out-shooting the Buckeyes 3-0.

Freshman goaltender Lynn Murray had six saves in her first career solo shutout while Ohio State goaltender Jen Heaney had two saves.

"Our defense played very well today," head coach Dean Duerst said. "Getting a shutout in this league is rare, especially against a talented offense like Ohio State."

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