Men’s Golf

The Nebraska men’s golf team has produced an impressive tradition of success. Since its inception in 1935, the Huskers have made seven NCAA Regional appearances, including a 14th-place finish at the 1999 NCAA Championship.

In 2001, Head Coach Bill Spangler took the reins and hasn’t looked back, leading the team to eight tournament titles and 29 top-three team finishes. He has also coached six individual medalists during his tenure.

In 2007 Brady Schnell became the first Husker to earn All-Big 12 first team accolades. Since Bill Spangler took over in 2001, Nebraska has produced 31 academic all-conference selections, including six All-Big Ten academic honorees in 2012.

Women’s Golf

Coach Robin Krapfl has been a leader in shaping the  history and tradition of the Nebraska women’s golf program since her days as a  Husker golfer in the 1980s. Krapfl has guided Nebraska to 11 NCAA Regional appearances and three NCAA Championship bids since 1994.

Nebraska owns one of the richest academic traditions in  all of collegiate golf. The Huskers lead the nation with 64 WGCA Scholastic  All-Americans, including four-time honorees Jackie Beste, Allison Stewart, JC Stevenson and Madeleine Sheils.

A total of 28 Huskers have earned all-conference honors since 1978.

Booster Clubs

Chip-N Club – Women’s Golf Program

Fairway Club – Men’s Golf Program

Nebraska JV Team
The Nebraska JV Team is the official kids’ club of the Huskers. The new all-sport kids’ club features great benefits all year long for kids in eighth grade and below. Membership for the whole year is just $35 per child.


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