CAA Weekly Golf Awards – October 19

CAA Weekly Golf Awards – October 19

RICHMOND, Va. (October 19, 2022) – Junior UNCW Walker Isley and second year of UNCW Victoria Levy are the Colonial Athletic Association‘s Golfers of the Week for recent performances.

Walker Isley, UNCW
junior | Oak Island, North Carolina / South Brunswick

Isley finished sixth overall at Wolfpack Intercollegiate as the Seahawks finished fifth among 14 teams at Lonnie Poole’s golf course. The North Carolina junior dominated a pair of nationally ranked golfers on the course and parried 37 holes with 11 birdies, including four on Sunday as he moved up four spots in the final round to register a top 10. This honor is the second of the season for Isley.

Victoria Levy, UNCW
Second year | Lausanne, Switzerland / Auguste Piccard Gymnasium

Levy went 72-72-71 to tie for sixth place at Ruth’s Chris Tar Heel invite to North Carolina. The Swiss sophomore was even in the first two rounds of the event and 1 under Tuesday’s final round against a field that included 10 Power 5 programs. The Seahawks placed ninth as a team at Governors Club in Chapel Hil.

2022-23 CAA Weekly Golf Awards Winners
Male Golfer of the Week
September 7:
Casper Nerpin, Delaware
September 14: Matthew Feinstein, William and Mary
September 21: Julian Gonzalez, Towson
September 28: Max Dupree, Charleston; Walker Isley, UNCW
October 5: Charlie Bundy, William and Mary
October 12: Garrett Risner, Elon; Kieron van Wyk, Charleston
October 19: Walker Isley, UNCW

Female Golfer of the Week
September 14: Emma SchimpfCharleston
September 21: Ashley Lafontaine, Elon
September 28: Annabelle Ackroyd, Elon
October 5: Emma SchimpfCharleston
October 12: Emma SchimpfCharleston
October 19: Victoria Levy, UNCW

Notes for men
UNCW finished fifth and Elon placed 11e at the Wolfpack Intercollegiate… The Seahawks Walker Isley tied for sixth at 4 under, while the Phoenix Garrett Risner was 12 years olde at 2 cents.

Notes on women
Delaware closed the fall in third place at the UD Lady Blue Hen Invitational with Anna Kittelson and Christina Carroll in the top 10… William and Mary placed eighth at the Delaware event with Avery Thompson at the head of the tribe… monmouth won their home event with Paige Diecidue collecting medal honors… Hofstra was led by Cynthia Zhao while Pride finished third in the same tournament… North Carolina A&T placed seventh at the Chippewa Invitational in Michigan with Kennedi Lee tied for 10eVictoria Levy LEDs UNCW with a sixth-place finish at 1 under as the Seahawks finished ninth on Ruth’s Chris Tar Heel invite.

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