Player: Dean Sakata
- Kicked off the spring with a 4-under 68 against Florida Atlantic
- At the Seahawk Invitational finished 28th after scoring 229 (+13)
- Placed T6th at the VGA Collegiate Invite with a score of 216 (E)
- At the Patriot League Championships finished T11th scratching 213 (+3).
- Was one of two Army golfers to compete in all tournaments this year
- Member of the NCAA Regional team and also a member of the Patriot League Championship squad that won the team title
- Named the Patriot League Golfer of the Year after clinching the individual title at the league championship in record breaking fashion. He set a new record for lowest score at the event with an 11-under 66-69-67—202 leading the field by nine shots
- Earned GCAA PING Northeast All-Region, All-Patriot League first team and Academic All-Patriot League distinction
- Was the team’s second-best finisher at the NCAA Regional (T-57th)
- Tied for fourth at the Wofford Invitational this spring after going seven-under
- Tied a career-low and program-low score of 66 in the final round of the Price's Give 'Em Five Invitational while finishing T-11th after carding a 70-74-66=210 (-6) and sinking two eagles
- Voted the team's Most Valuable Player
- Averaged a team-low 72.27 strokes on the season through 26 rounds.
- One of three golfers to compete for Army West Point at all six spring tournaments
- Named to GCAA PING Northeast All-Region and All-Patriot League First Team
- Carded a 75-77-73—225 to tie for 14th at the Patriot League Championships
- Carded a team-low round of 66 at the Coca-Cola Wofford Invitational in the first round to finish 66-76-70—212 (-4) to tie for ninth
- Placed eighth at the Gary Freeman Invitational with 229 strokes
- Carded a 71-78—149 at the Bandon Dunes Championship
- Totaled a 76-72-73—221 at the Seahawk Intercollegiate where he placed eighth
- Had an outstanding fall campaign as a freshman competing in all three fall tournaments and in the Star match against Navy
- Was Army's top finisher at Colgate Invitational (second, 1-under) and Doc Gimmler tournament (seventh, 4-under 206)
- Totaled 16 rounds in the spring and averaged 73.50 strokes this season.