2009 Northern Athletics Conference Men's Golf Weekly Awards
Elias Simeon, MSOE
...5-6...Sophomore...Mexico City, Mexico (Westminster)...
At the MSOE Invitational, Simeon placed second with a two-day total of 151 (77-74), 8-over par. Simeon finished second and was the highest placed golfer among NAC competitors at the event
Other nominees: Mike Battista (Edgewood College).
September 28-October 4
Logan Kranz, Edgewood College
...5-9...Sophomore...McFarland, Wis. (McFarland)...
At the UW-Eau Clair Invite Kranz put together his best finish of the season as he placed eighth out of 79 golfers. His two-day total of 155 was Edgewood's low score in the meet and only six strokes behind the tournament winner.
Other nominees: RJ Schwalbach (Benedictine University).
Brandon Vicory, Aurora University
...6-0...Sophomore...Aurora, Ill. (West)...
Vicory led the Spartans to the Cress Creek Collegiate Invite Championship while bringing home the top medalist honors himself. In the one-day 36 hole tournament, Vicory finished at 3-over with a 73 in the opening 18 and a 74 in the second leg of the 36 hole tournament.
Other nominees: none
Gary Petit, Lakeland College
...5-10...Sophomore...Monroe, Wis. (Monroe)...
Petit finished third at the Ripon College Invitation last week leading his team to a runner-up finish. He shot a 7-over 151 (75-76) at the two-day event.
Other nominees: none
Kyle Madson, Wisconsin Lutheran College
...6-3...Senior...Madison, Wis. (Lakeside Lutheran)...
Madson carded a 77 on the par-72 course at the Loras College Fall Invitational last Tuesday. He finished tied for second out of 64 players after losing a scorecard playoff to Clarke College’s Brandon Wilson, who was named meet medalist.
Other nominees: Brent Quade (Edgewood College).
August 31-September 6
Jeff Kaether, Edgewood College
...5-9...Junior...McFarland, Wis. (McFarland)...
In the Culver's Edgewood College Fall Classic, Kaether finished in tie for fourth place out of 94 golfers after shooting even par in the first round. He led the Eagles Black team to a sixth place finish in the 17 team tournament.