Mon, May. 17, 2010 - [Men's Golf]
Seb Stobart, owner of a 76.7 stroke average, placed in the top ten four times and won one tournament
(So., Harare, Zimbabwe, St. Georges College) and Mattias Carlsson
(Fr., Uddevalla, Sweden, Agnebergskolan HS) were rewarded for strong seasons as the 2010 all-Midwest Collegiate Conference men's golf teams were announced Monday.
The pair was named to the five-player honorable-mention squad, while the league's top five players, as voted on by the MCC's coaches, garnered first-team recognition.
Dusty Drenth of St. Ambrose was named MCC Player of the Year for the second year in a row. Chris Winkel of Grand View was tabbed as MCC Coach of the Year.
Stobart owned a 76.7 stroke average over 22 18-hole rounds of competition between last fall and this spring.
The sophomore, who had four top-ten finishes (12 tournaments), had 17 rounds in the 70s, including breaking par twice. The winner of the Statesmen Spring Classic with a score of three-under 141, including a season-low tally of 70, he was a major reason the Statesmen finished in the top half at the league championships, despite playing with four freshmen and a sophomore.
Carlsson owned a 78.6 scoring average in 20 rounds of competition. The freshman, who placed in the top ten once, tallied a season-low score of 74 twice. He recorded 13 rounds under 80.
For the complete 2010 all-MCC Men's Golf Teams, click here