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Former Mercer men’s golf coach Steve Bradley was introduced as the next head coach at South Florida in an announcement made by USF Director of Athletics Mark Harlan on Saturday.
Reigning Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Year Trey Rule added another impressive distinction to his resume on Thursday as the Eatonton, Ga. native was named a Division I PING All-America Honorable Mention by the Golf Coaches Association of America.
The Mercer men’s golf team landed three selections to the PING All-East Region team as senior James Beale, senior Hans Reimers and junior Trey Rule were honored in an announcement made by the Golf Coaches Association of America on Thursday.
The Mercer men’s golf team saw its opening round of the NCAA Raleigh Regional come to a premature end as play was suspended due to inclement weather Thursday afternoon at Lonnie Poole Golf Course.
The Mercer men’s golf team is set to make the program’s debut in NCAA Regional play on Thursday, teeing it up alongside 12 other teams at the Lonnie Poole Golf Course on the campus of NC State. The three-day competition is set to begin at 8 a.m., with the low five teams advancing to the NCAA Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kansas on May 23-28.
The Mercer men’s golf team learned its fate for the upcoming NCAA Regionals on Monday morning, as it was announced that the Bears would head to Raleigh, N.C. to compete as the No. 5 seed at Lonnie Poole Golf Course from May 15-17.
Mercer junior Trey Rule was named the Atlantic Sun Golfer of the Year and head coach Steve Bradley was tabbed A-Sun Coach of the Year as the conference released its men’s golf postseason awards list on Tuesday.
The Georgia College’s golf team has been selected to the NCAA Division II Men’s Golf South/Southeast Regionals as a Southeast selection.
Mercer captured its first-ever Atlantic Sun Men's Golf Championship with a team final round, 293, led by Trey Rule's one-under-par performance (215) for 54 holes.
Senior Lacey Fears booked her fifth top-10 placement of the year on Tuesday while leading the Mercer women’s golf team to a tie for fifth place at the John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate.