NORMAN, Okla. - The Cleveland Golf All-America Scholars for Division II have been announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America All-America Scholars Committee. Newberry College's Daniel Lee has been honored as an All-America Scholar for the second consecutive year.
Juniors and seniors with a 3.2 minimum cumulative grade-point average are eligible to be a Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar. In addition, athletes must obtain under a 78.0 stroke average for Division II.
Lee, from Lincolnton, Ga., graduated from Newberry College in May 2007. In the 2006-07 season, Lee averaged 77.9 strokes per round in 18 rounds. His best tournament came at the Mid-Carolina Invitational in September 2006, where he shot 75-75=150 to finish tied for sixth place.
"I am so happy that Daniel has again been recognized as an All-America Scholar," said head coach Brian McCants. "Daniel is the true definition of a student-athlete. He has made such an impact with our program, it's hard to put into words. On behalf of the other players within the men's golf family, we express our most sincere congratulations to Daniel."
The entire GCAA All-America Scholar list can be viewed by following this link.
2007 GCAA All-America Scholar List