Jan Schneider, who tied for 23rd, led the Huskies in the difficult event that featured nine Top 25 teams.
The Washington Huskies finished 14th at the prestigious Nike Golf Collegiate Invite on Tuesday at the Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas.
The Huskies posted a 35-over 875. Duke won by six strokes at 2-under 838.
In a field of nine teams ranked in the top 25 nationally, Washington was led by sophomore Jan Schneider, who posted his second-straight top 25 finish as he tied for 23rd.
Schneider’s second-straight top-25 finish came after he carded a 4-over 214 (75-68-71). Thanks to his finish, Washington has had at least one player finish in the top 25 in all three tournaments this season. Following his 2-under 68, the sophomore posted a 1-over 71 and knocked in three birdies over his final 18.
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Noah Woolsey matched his second-round score and climbed 11 spots on the leaderboard into a tie for 38th with a 9-over 219.
•Freshman Nathan Cogswell placed fourth at 10-under 206 and junior Greg Gionfriddo played some of the best golf in his career to finish at 6-under 210 as Seattle U took fourth in the Nick Watney Invitational, hosted by Fresno State, at the par-72 Dragonfly Golf Club in Madera, Calif.
The Redhawks finished at 11-under 853. For 10th-place Gonzaga (20-over 884), Chris Mogg finished 25th at 1-over 225.
Nevada won at 30-under 834.
• Seattle U junior Krystal Hu placed third at 2-over 218 and senior Yen Ting tied for sixth place at 7-over 219 in the Rose City Collegiate at the Langdon Farms Golf Club in Aurora, Ore. Host Portland State won at 30-over 894.
• Seattle Sounders FC 2 announced that it has signed forwards Alec Diaz and Danny Robles to professional contracts for the 2019 season. The signings are pending USL and U.S. Soccer Federation approval, and Diaz and Robles will continue to be recognized as Sounders FC Academy players on this season’s roster. The 16-year-olds were each part of the Sounders Academy U-17 squad that won the USSDA National Championship in July.