All-NCAC Men's Golf Teams
The 2013 NCAC Men’s Golf Championship Series concluded on May 5th at Oakhaven Golf Club, in Delaware, Ohio, hosted by Ohio Wesleyan.
Wittenberg captured its fourth-straight NCAC title after totalling 1,202 strokes in the two championship series events combined. Ohio Wesleyan was second in the final team standings with 1,220 strokes, followed by Allegheny (1,233), Wooster (1,245), Kenyon (1,248), DePauw (1,249), Denison (1,258), Wabash (1,286) and Hiram (1,435), while Oberlin competed as individuals throughout the championship series. As the NCAC champions, Wittenberg earns the league’s automatic bid into the 2013 NCAA Div. III Men’s Golf Championships.
Wittenberg sophomore Alex Andrews (Kirtland, OH/Gilmour Academy) won both the 2013 Bob Nye Award as the over Champion Medalist and the 2013 Dick Gordin Player of the Year Award by vote of the conference coaches. Andrews won the championship medalist award after totalling 286 strokes (72-66-76-72) during the 2013 NCAC Golf Championship Series. In addition, Wittenberg head coach Jeff Roope was selected as the NCAC Men’s Golf Coach of the Year for the fourth year in a row by vote of the league coaches.
Ohio Wesleyan sophomore Kaneat Nimcharoenwan (Bangkok, Thailand/Buckeye Valley) finished second with 297 strokes, Wooster senior John Angelo (Mayfield Hts., OH/Mayfield) and Allegheny senior Patrick Fritz (Brookville, PA/Brookville) tied for third with 300 stroked, while Allegheny junior Oliver White (Lower Gwynedd, PA/Heritage Academy) and Wittenberg freshman Sam Geise (Springboro, OH/Springboro) rounded out the list of All-NCAC First-Team performers with 301 and 302 strokes, respectively.