The outcome was a mixed bag of results for the Rutgers men’s golf team this week at the 2016 Badger Invitational in Madison, Wisconsin. At University Ridge Golf Course, the Scarlet Knights finished 11th out of 13 teams with an overall score of 33-over-par, with freshman Tony Jiang scoring a one-over-par in his debut for the Knights. While starting out the tournament with a respectable score of one-over-par, junior Matt Holuta’s second round took a turn for the worse, with him going five-over-par. “I quadruple-bogeyed my first hole," he said. "After that, things didn’t get much better, unfortunately.” Holuta went on to bogey another two holes, in addition to a double-bogey and a triple-bogey he scored on the 18th and sixth holes, respectively. Senior Ryan Rose finished in 74th place overall in the field of 81 players, with a score of 19-over-par. “This course is tough.