Husker students assist at 2024 Masters Tournament

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Husker students assist at 2024 Masters Tournament

Instructor Ajai Ammachathram and nine female students pose for a photograph on a lawn.
Ten University of Nebraska–Lincoln students are helping provide hospitality services at Augusta National Golf Club for the 2024 Masters Tournament. The group includes (back row, from left) instructor Ajai Ammachathram, Andrea Lindemann, Hannah Kwapnioski, Mayah Delgado-Walker, Lyv Williams and Abigail Cantrell; (front row, fromt left) Lauren Hartman, Savannah Mayer, Lydia Tobin and Mia Wilson.

For the 10th time, a contingent of University of Nebraska–Lincoln students will help provide hospitality services at Augusta National Golf Club for the 2024 Masters Tournament.

The group left April 4 to begin training in Augusta, Georgia. The students will serve in a variety of roles for tournament operations. The contingent will return April 16.

“Working at the Masters Tournament has been a transformative experience for hospitality students, offering them a unique opportunity to learn, grow and make valuable connections in the industry,” said Ajai Ammachathram, associate professor and director of the Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management program.

About 2,000 hospitality professionals are needed to provide service to participants, members and patrons of the golf club during the tournament’s April 11-14 run.

The university’s contingent includes:


  • Columbus: Hannah Kwapnioski, Lyv Williams
  • Lincoln: Savannah Mayer, Sam Pella, Mia Wilson
  • Malcolm: Abigail Cantrell
  • Omaha: Mayah Delgado-Walker
  • Waverly: Lauren Hartman

Elsewhere in the U.S.

  • San Diego, California: Andrea Lindemann
  • Waukee, Iowa: Lydia Tobin

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