Ducks Set For Husky Invitational 

EUGENE, Ore. – The 22nd-ranked Oregon men’s golf team travels north for the 2023 Husky Invitational in Bremerton, Wash. The two day, 54-hole event begins Monday (Sept. 18) at the Gold Mountain Golf Club Olympic Course. The Husky Individual tournament will be played in conjunction at Gold Mountain’s Cascade Course. 


The Ducks will be a part of a 14-team field that features a top-10 team and a slew of Pac-12 opponents: 

California, Colorado State, Nevada, No. 10 Oklahoma, No. 22 Oregon, Oregon State, SeattleU, San Diego State, San Jose State, St. Mary’s, UCLA, Utah, Washington, Washington State. 


After an impressive showing in the Maui Jim Individual tournament last weekend, Thomas Jenkins Jr. will be making his starting-lineup debut for the Ducks. Two newcomers in Hugh Adams and Kyreece Romero will be making their collegiate debuts on Monday. 

Husky Invitational 

1) Owen Avrit – 2023 PING All-America Third Team. 

2) Nate Stember – 2023 All-Pac-12 Second Team. 

3) Greg Solhaug – 2023 All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention. 

4) Aiden Krafft – 2023 – Pac-12 All-Freshman Honorable Mention. 

5) Thomas Jenkins Jr. – 2021 NCAA Division II All-American. 

IND) Hugh Adams – Making his collegiate debut. 

Husky Individual 

IND) Jay Gould-Healy – One top-10 finish in his career. 

IND) Eric Doyle – Three top-10 finishes in his career. 

IND) Zikang Zhan – Competed at the 2023 Duck Invitational. 

IND) Kyreece Romero – Making his collegiate debut. 


  • The Olympic Course at Gold Mountain Golf Club will be a par 72, 7,055 yards, while the Cascade curse will be a par 71, 7,115 yards. A continuous 36 holes will be played on Monday, with a final round of 18 taking place on Tuesday. 
  • Oregon entered the 2023 season ranked 22nd in the Bushnell/Golfweek preseason coaches poll that was released Sept. 1. The Ducks are one of four Pac-12 schools to begin the season in the top 25. 
  • At the 2023 Mirabel Maui Jim Invitational, the Ducks posted one of the best team scores in program history. The team’s score of 821 was the fifth-lowest 54-hole score in school history, while the 31-under par marked the fifth-lowest 54-hole-to-par mark. 
  • Several Ducks put on some stellar performances in the season-opener at the Mirabel Maui Jim Intercollegiate. Owen Avrittied his career-best round with a bogey-free 63 (-8) in the second round, boosting himself to tie for 13th overall. Thomas Jenkins Jr. logged his best tournament as a Duck in the Maui Jim Individual, firing a 12-under 204 (69-66-69) to tie for second place. Sophomore Aiden Krafftshot under-par in each of his three rounds, finishing with a 5-under 208 to tie for 25th. 
  • Owen Avritcurrently ranks 16th in PGA TOUR University’s rankings for the class of 2024. Avrit became the eighth all-american under head coach Casey Martin and first since Norman Xiong (2018) when he claimed PING All-America Third Team honors in June 2023.