Player: Graham McAree
University: University of Indianapolis
Area of Study: SMGT
Expected Graduation: 2018
Soldier Honored: Zachary R. Nordmeyer
Named All-America First Team by the Golf Coaches Association of America … GLVC Men’s Golf Player of the Year … one of 25 semifinalists for the 2016 Jack Nicklaus Division II National Player of the Year Award … also dubbed All-GLVC and All-Midwest Region First Team … led the team with a stellar 71.9 strokes-per-round average … finished 17th in Division II on the Golfstat.com head-to-head player standings … racked up nine top-10 finishes in 12 events … finished in the top five seven times while earning three individual medals … fired six rounds under 70, including a school-record 64 at the Bulter Fall Invitational (10/6) … carded a -6 in the season-opening ODU Kickoff Classic (9/8) … tied for second at the giant 125-man Jewell Regional (4/3) … dubbed GLVC Men’s Golf Player of the Month for April … had a stellar showing at the GLVC Championships, taking the conference medal and winning his medal/match play semifinal pairing (4/17-19); ended the league championships with four consecutive rounds under par, including back-to-back 66s … tied for 38th at the NCAA DII Midwest/Central Regional (5/4).
Named All-GLVC as well as GLVC Freshman of the Year … also dubbed All-Midwest Region by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) … led the team in both stroke average (74.5) and winning percentage (.827) … carded a season-low score of 70 on five occasions, including once at both the NCAA regional and the NCAA Championship … tied for fifth in just his third collegiate event – the massive 169-man Midwest Fall Regional … earned first career medal by winning the 85-player Battle at the Beach in South Carolina over Spring Break … helped the Greyhounds win back-to-back regionals to finish the regular season … used a third-round 72 to place fourth at the GLVC Championships … won his pairing in the GLVC medal/match play semifinal … topped the squad with a T-12th showing at the NCAA Regional while also helping defeat Minnesota State in a sudden-death playoff to advance to nationals … finished the NCAA Championship at a team-low +4 (70-72-75), good for a share of 21st place.