ASHEVILLE, N.C. - By the slimmest of margins, Tennessee Wesleyan is 2014-15 Appalachian Athletic Conference Men's Golf Regular-Season Champion, the league announced on Tuesday. The Bulldogs finished third in the Spring Regular Season Tournament held at Reinhardt this week, with a score of 599 which was enough to finish in first overall.
Only two strokes over 72 holes of golf separate the top three teams. Tennessee Wesleyan won the regular-season crown with a total score of 1,185. Union came in second at 1,186, while Truett-McConnell is third at 1,187
.Point placed fourth at 1,209 with Milligan coming in fifth at 1,211.
The complete scoring breaking is as follows:
|2014-15 Team Standings|
|School||Fall Total Score||Spring Total Score||Total Score|
The AAC also announced the All-Conference First and Second Teams. Only the top 10 lowest scoring players from fall and spring conference tournaments make the All-Conference Team with the five lowest qualifying for the first team and the second five making up the second team.
Making the All-AAC First Team are Deven Broadaway of Truett-McConnell, Simon Taylor of Union, Keoni Vidrine of Tennessee Wesleyan, Mitchell Sutton of Milligan and Daniel Wieck of St. Andrews.
Earning a spot on the All-AAC Second Team are: Evan Ball of Tennessee Wesleyan, Travis Rodgers of Tennessee Wesleyan, Tom Scott of Union, Nick Vogel of Reinhardt, Tom Durbin of Bryan, Andy Dusek of Union and Zack Acuff of Tennessee Wesleyan.
Here are the scoring breakdowns for the All-Conference Team:
|All-Conference First Team|
|Player (School)||Fall Total Score||Spring Total Score||Total Score|
|Deven Broadaway (Truett-McConnell)||144||137||281|
|Simon Taylor (Union)||145||147||292|
|Keoni Vidrine (Tennessee Wesleyan)||145||149||294|
|Mitchell Sutton (Milligan)||141||153||294|
|Daniel Wieck (St. Andrews)||143||152||295|
|All-Conference Second Team|
|Evan Ball (Tennessee Wesleyan)||152||145||297|
|Travis Rodgers (Tennessee Wesleyan)||147||151||298|
|Tom Scott (Union)||147||151||298|
|Nick Vogel (Reinhardt)||154||147||301|
|Tom Durbin (Bryan)||148||153||301|
|Andy Dusek (Union)||151||150||301|
The AAC Player of the Year and the Coach of the Year will be determined and announced following the AAC Direct Qualifer Meet, which will be held April 20-21 at Governors Town Club in Acworth, Ga.
To view all of the current AAC awards and honors, please click here.