CRUSADERS CLAIM SEVERAL CONFERENCE POST-SEASON HONORS
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
CRUSADERS CLAIM SEVERAL CONFERENCE POST-SEASON HONORS

High Point, N.C.—The North Greenville Men's Golf Team brought home several honors at the league post season banquet Tuesday night, including Conference Carolinas Player of the Year awarded to sophomore Christian Constance as well as the Coach of the Year honor given to Brad Caldwell.

Constance has put together a solid campaign in his second year in Tigerville, turning himself into one of the team's most consistent players. The sophomore has a solid per round average, carding a 72.94 in 19 rounds played. He put together the team's second best round of the season in September, shooting a 65 at the King Invitational, one of his two first place finishes. Constance has four top 10 and six top 20 finishes to his credit with a conference low 135 in 36 hole tournament. Constance currently sits at 45 on the Golfstat.com head-to-head rankings while leading his team to ranking of 19th overall. He is the highest ranked individual in Conference Carolinas.

Brad Caldwell has already made his mark as a head coach in Conference Carolinas, leading the Crusaders to their most productive year in school history. The Crusaders found their way into the top 25 under the tutelage of the first year headman as NGU moves to 19th in the national poles and 6th in the Southeast region. Caldwell has NGU golf in position to take a spot in the NCAA Regionals, while also eying the squads first ever league championship. The Crusaders have a 16 round total of 295.4, posting two tournament wins and four top five finishes this season.

The Crusaders also brought home several other individual honors as Constance and senior Tucker MacDonald were named to the All-Conference First team. The Crusaders also claimed an All-Conference Third Team selection as Evan Gfeller earned a spot as the only freshmen in NGU's top five.