2018 NCCGA Season Golf Awards

Recognizing the outstanding accomplishments of club golf teams and students

Weekly Awards

Srixon/Cleveland Team of the Week

February 24/25

NCCGA team of the week tulsa

University of Florida
North Florida Region
368 + 368= 736

March 3/4

Week 2 team of the week. Oklahoma University

University of Oklahoma
Ozark Region
397 + 382 = 779

March 17/18

Central Washington Club Golf

Central Washington
Northwest Region
426 + 413 = 839

March 24/25

Georgia Club Golf

University of Georgia
South Region
370 + 367 = 737

April 7/8

DePaul Club Golf

DePaul University 
Great Lakes Region
379 + 367 = 746

MBGH Player of the Week

February 24/25

Week 1 player of the week TJ Katrineberg

TJ Kathrineberg
Arizona State University
70 + 65 = 135 (-9)

March 3/4

Week 2 player of the week Payte Owen

Payte Owen
University of Oklahoma
76 + 72 = 148 (+4)

March 17/18

Clayton Osburn CWU

Clayton Osburn
Central Washington
86 + 77 = 163

March 24/25

Brian Sears GA

Brian Sears
Golf Academy of America
71 + 70 = 141

April 7/8

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Matt Stoner
Northern Illinois University
74 + 68 = 142 (-2)

Season Awards Descriptions

Player of the Season

Srixon Logo

Details
The Srixon Golf Player of the Season is an award to honor the top golfer in the NCCGA. The award will be given out to the highest ranked individual according to the NCCGA’s Player Rankings (view rankings) at end of season.

Team of the Season

Play Golf Myrtle Beach

Details
The Play Golf Mytle Beach Team of the Season is an award to honor the top club golf team in the NCCGA. The award will be given out to the highest ranked team according to the NCCGA’s Team Rankings (view rankings) at the end of the season.

All-NCCGA Teams

Details
The Cleveland Golf All-NCCGA first and second team is an award to honor the top golfers in the NCCGA. The award will be based on end of season player rankings. Eight golfers will be named to the first team, and eight to the second team.

18Birdies Rookie Team of the Season

18birdies logo

The 18Birdies Rookie Team of the Season is an award to honor the top new club team. The award will be given out to the highest ranked team according to the NCCGA’s Team Rankings (view rankings) at the end of the season that hasn’t competed before.

Season Award Winners

Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday Team of the Season

Grand Canyon University

Grand Canyon University NCCGA (1)

Srixon Player of the Season

Joey Russo, Grand Canyon University

Player of the Season

  • Spring 2018 – Connor Roche
  • Fall 2017 – Ben Harden (ASU)

Team of the Season

  • Spring 2018 – Grand Canyon University
  • Fall 2017 – Arizona State University

All-NCCGA Teams

  • Spring 2018 First Team All NCCGA – Connor Roche (Wisconsin), TJ Kathrineberg (ASU), Joey Russo (GCU), Taylor Johnson (GAA Dallas), Payte Owen (Oklahoma), Justin Arens (Ohio St.), Ian Martin (Michigan), and Brendan Paule (Wisconsin)
  • Spring 2018 Second Team All NCCGA –  Travis Ola (Texas), Jack Hiemenz (ASU), Dennis Volostnykh (Mich St.), Justin Penn (TCU), Will Teichman (Texas), Dillion Eaton (Mizzou), Griffin Mott (Okla St.), and Jordan Yamamoto (GCU)
  • Fall 2017 First Team All NCCGA: Ben Harden (ASU), Joey Jordan (VT), Tyler Stahle (Villanova), Alex Merriman (FSU), Austin Rhodes (Arkansas), Dalton Shettle (Baylor), CJ Sitton (Oregon), Judson Bro (Bradley)
  • Fall 2017 Second Team All NCCGA – Jordan Yamamoto (GCU), Daniel Robinson (UCF), Joey Russo (GCU), Logan Walzer (Wisconsin), Tyler Segal (Florida), Nick Vecellio (Delaware), Payte Owen (Oklahoma), Bruce Popp (Baylor)

 

Most improved player

  • 2018: Kelly Weil, University of Northern Colorado

18Birdies Rookie Team of the Season

  • Spring 2018 – University of Arizona
  • Fall 2017 – University of Illinois

Previous Semester Weekly Awards

Fall 2017 Srixon/Cleveland Team of the Week

September 16/17

NCCGA team of the week tulsa

University of Tulsa
Ozark Region
368 + 384= 752

September 23/24

team of the week ASU

Arizona State University
Desert Region
357 + 351 = 718

October 1

Texas team of the week NCCGA

University of Texas- Austin
Texas Region
369 + 368 = 737

October 7/8

team of the week nccga cal poly

Cal Poly
Pacific Region
369 + 389 = 758

October 14/15

Virginia Tech club golf team

Virginia Tech
October 14/15
370 + 370 = 740

October 21/22

oregon club golf team

University of Oregon
October 21/22
357 (-3)

MBGH Player of the Week

September 16/17

NCCGA players of the week

Lee Brooks
University of Alabama
71 + 70 = 141 (-3)

September 23/24

NCCGA player of the week

Ben Harden, Tyler Stahle, Alex Merriman 
ASU  | Villanova | FSU
68-66 (-10) |  69-66 (-7)  | 68-70 (-6)

October 1

Player of the week Judson Bro

Judson Bro
Bradley University
71 + 69 = 140 (-2)

October 7/8

player of the week nccga

Austin Rhodes
University of Arkansas
74 +70 =144 (+2)

October 14/15

Joey Jordan Virginia Tech Club Golf

Joey Jordan
October 14/15
67 +70 = 137 (-7)

October 21/22

joey funderberg player of the week

Joey Funderburg
October 21/22
72 +68 = 140 (-4)

Spring 2017 Srixon/Cleveland Team of the Week

Feb. 25/26

Arizona State Club Golf

Arizona State Club Golf
Desert Region
377-369—746 (+36)

March 4/5

Alabama Club Golf

Alabama Club Golf
South Region
377-371—748 (+38)

March 25/26

UNC Chapel Hill

UNC-Chapel Hill Club Golf
North Carolina Region
383-380—763 (+63)

April 1/2

nccga team of the week

Wisconsin-Madison Club Golf
North Region
364-361—725 (+15)

April 8/9

nccga team of the week

S. Connecticut State Club Golf
Metro Region
378-373—751 (+51)

Award Rules and Qualifications

  • Team of the Season, Rookie Team, Most Improved Team: Teams must have played and recorded a team score in both regional tournaments during the Spring 2017 NCCGA season to be eligible. Eligibility issues, behavioral problems, and/or outstanding invoices can disqualify teams.
  • Player of the Season, All-NCCGA Teams, Most Improved Player: Individuals must have played and recorded a score in both regional tournaments during the Spring 2017 NCCGA season to be eligible, unless an exception is made by the NCCGA based on outstanding performance. Eligibility issues, behavioral problems, and/or outstanding invoices can disqualify individuals.