Golden Eagles finish 12th at two-day event
MU one of 12 teams at Pinetree Intercollegiate
Four golfers post top-20 finishes
Golden Eagles led after first round
MU goes with third different lineup of the fall
2011-12: BIG EAST All-Academic Team ... Played in eight stroke-play events as a junior and his 20 rounds played were the most since his freshman season ... Posted a fourth-place finish in the dual meet against Florida Atlantic with a 4-over-par 76 ... Tied for 27th at the The Battle at Warren with a two-round total of 157 ... Boasted the best 54-hole finish of this collegiate career at the Bandon Dunes Championship, where he tied for 30th place overall after carding a 10-over 223 (74-74-75) ... Fired a 1-over 73 in the first and final rounds of the BIG EAST Championship, respectively, and tied for 45th ... Carded 41 birdies on the season ... During the summer, held on to win the Appleton City Tournament in June after opening witwith a first-round 66.
2010-11: Prickette finished a season-best tied for 53rd at the Gopher Invitational in September ... His season-low round of 230 (+14) came at the USF Invitational ... Recorded individual season-low rounds of 74 twice, once at the USF Invitational and again at the FAU Spring Break Championship ... Tied for 22nd place playing with his younger brother Tyler in the Wisconsin State Golf Association State Best-Ball Championship.
2009-10: Prickette tied for 26th at the Firestone Invitational, his best finish of the season ... He posted MU's lowest combined score of the tournament by firing a 225 (75-72-78) at Firestone Country Club ... He carded his lowest round of the season at Firestone with a second-round 72 to help the Golden Eagles to a third-place finish at the 12-team event ... Prickette later match his low round with a 72 during the second round of play at the BIG EAST Championship ... He posted a season scoring average of 77.67 and was one of five players to start in all nine of the team's events.
2008-09 Season: Prickette did not play in any varsity events during his first season at Marquette.