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Keenan Huskey
Keenan  Huskey


Greenville, S.C.

High School:


Carolina finishes 7th at the NCAA Bryan Regional

Scott Stevens shot a final round 68 (-4) to finish T-11th at 2-under.


Gamecocks in fifth after R1 of NCAA Bryan Regional

Scott Stevens sits T-12th after carding 1-under 71 on Monday.


Gamecocks open play at NCAA Regionals Monday

Carolina seeking fifth NCAA Championship appearance in the last six seasons.


Gamecocks finish 13th at SEC Championship

Scott Stevens paced Carolina with a T-30th finish.


Gamecocks in 12th after two rounds of SECs

Carolina just four shots off the pace for SEC Match Play Quarterfinals on Saturday.


2016 NCAA Men's Golf Championship

Pictures from South Carolina's play at the 2016 NCAA Championship (Photos by Rick Morgan)


NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional

Pictures from South Carolina's run at the 2016 NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional (Photos by Todd Drexler)


2016 SEC Championship

Photos from the 2016 SEC Championship (Courtesy SEC)


  • 2017 Honorable Mention All-American Golfweek
  • 2017 PING All-Southeast Region
  • 2017 Second Team All-SEC
  • 2017 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll
  • 2016 PING All-Southeast Region
  • SEC Golfer of the Week - 4/6/16
  • 2016 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll
  • 2015 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

2016-17 (Junior)

  • One of two players on roster to play in all 12 events – logged the third lowest 18-hole scoring average in South Carolina history at 70.63, which ranked 15th in the nation
  • Finished in the top-20 in nine tournaments, including leading the team with six top-10s and four top-fives
  • Earned Honorable Mention All-America recognition from Golfweek – also named PING All-Southeast Region for the second straight year and Second Team All-SEC, his first all-conference recognition
  • Despite battling an arm injury the final two months of the season, still T-28th at the NCAA West Lafayette Regional (May 15-17) and T-9th at the SEC Championship (April 21-24)
  • Shot 207 (69-70-68) at Sea Island Golf Club en route to his first career top-10 finish at the conference tournament, which helped the Gamecocks finish fifth in stroke play and clinch a spot in the first ever SEC Match Play
  • Narrowly missed winning the Camden Collegiate Invitational (Oct. 22-23) for a second straight season, fell in a playoff to James Madison’s Ryan Cole and earned runner-up medalist honors
  • Shot 205 (-5), including a lights out 64 (-6) in the second round at Camden, one stroke shy of tying the school record for lowest round
  • Also shot 64 in the second round of the Maui Jim Intercollegiate (Sept. 23-25) en route to a T-16th finish
  • Posted five top-10 finishes in eight events during the spring
  • T-4th at the Palmetto Intercollegiate (March 6-7) after shooting 65-74-69 (208, -2) helping the team to a come from behind third place finish
  • T-5th at the General Hackler Championship (March 11-12) and T-10th the Valspar Collegiate Invitational the following two weeks
  • Led the team to its third consecutive Hootie At Bulls Bay Intercollegiate title on March 28 after taking third (206, -10) – shot 66 in the opening round and 67 in the final round to help lead the team to the win
  • Ended the season with 21 rounds of par or better and 14 rounds in the 60s, which led the team
  • His 4.56 par-5 scoring average ranked sixth in the nation
  • Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll

2015-16 (Sophomore)

  • Earned his first career PING All-Southeast Region selection at the end of the season
  • Finished T-51st at the NCAA Championship to help the Gamecocks qualify for match play
  • Opened the NCAA Championship wth back-to-back rounds of 70
  • Finished ninth at the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional, his first career Regional appearance
  • Shot a three-round total of 214 (-2) at the Tuscaloosa Regional, including a team-best 68 (-4) in his second round
  • Won the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate for his second medalist win of the season
  • Opened the Hootie with a career-best 65 and took the tournament by six strokes with a total of 205 (-11)
  • Won his first career tournament at the Camden Collegiate Invitational with a 5-under 205 and helped the Gamecocks capture the team title as well
  • Shot below par in all three rounds of the Camden Collegiate Invitational including a pair of career-low 68s in the second and third rounds
  • Closed out the fall with a sixth place showing at the Ka'anapali Classic Collegiate Invitational, firing a 3-under 210 as the Gamecocks' low man
  • Shot par or better in all three rounds of the Ka'anapali Classic
  • Had five top-10 finishes in 13 tournament appearances
  • Ended the year with a 72.20 stroke average, second on the team and third-best in Carolina history among sophomores
  • Shot nine rounds in the 60s, tops for the team
  • Appeared in the lineup for all 13 tournaments and saw his score count 32 of 40 times

2014-15 (Freshman)

  • Played in three tournaments, with a stroke average of 73.89
  • Had his best finish at the Bayou City Collegiate Championship, tying for 16th at 216 (E)
  • Finished tied for 21st at the Savannah Quarters Individual Intercollegiate, posting a score of 226 (+10)

Prior to South Carolina

  • Standout at Greenville High School under head coach Tom Cummings
  • 2013 and 2014 Class AAA South Carolina High School State Champions
  • 2013 Class AAA South Carolina Player of the Year
  • Won the 2014 Big I National Championship
  • Also won the 2014 Sea Pines Junior Heritage, 2013 SCJGA Players Championship, 2012 Cheraw Fall Challenge, 2012 CGA Junior Championship and the 2012 Carolinas Junior PGA Championship
  • Qualified for the 2013 and 2014 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship
  • Finished fourth at the 2014 Sage Valley Junior Invitational
  • 2012 CGA Junior Player of the Year
  • Ranked No. 1 junior in South Carolina by the SCJGA
  • 2014 USA Today All-USA Second Team All-American
  • In the classroom, was a member of the Beta Club and graduated in the top 30 in class


  • Parents are Victor and Missy Huskey
  • Has three brothers, Jennings, Slade and Hayes, and three sisters, Victoria, Olivia and Gabriella
  • Chose South Carolina after growing up being a Gamecock fan
  • Majoring in Sport, Entertainment and Management
Career Statistics
Year Events Rounds Low 54 Low 18 Par/Better Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Strokes Average
2014-15 3 9 216 70 2 -- -- 1 665 73.89
2015-16 13 40 205 65 19 2 5 6 2,888 72.20
2016-17 12 35 205 64 21 4 6 9 2,472 70.63
2017-18 10 30 201 65 19 1 5 7 2,132 71.07
Total 38 114 201 64 61 7 16 23 8,157 71.55

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