Dalton State's Cleary Is SSAC Men's Golfer Of The Week

Thursday, October 14, 2021
 Matthew Cleary of Dalton State (Ga.) was named SSAC Men's Golfer of the Week and Nichakorn Prapsripoom of William Carey (Miss.) was named SSAC Women's Golfer of the Week, the conference office announced Tuesday.
The awards are based on performance for the week of Oct. 4-10.

 
Matthew Cleary (Dalton State – SR – Dalton, Ga.)
·      Cleary carded a five-under 211 (70, 71, 70) to place 3rd out of 52 golfers at the Bojangles Tennessee Intercollegiate
·      The Roadrunners finished as runner-up with a 16-over 880
 
Nichakorn Prapsripoom (William Carey – SO – Bangkok, Thailand)
·      Prapsripoom won the Firehawk Invitational by five strokes, carding a seven-under 209 (69, 71, 69)
·      William Carey won the team title by four strokes at +22 886
 
Previous Winners (Men, Women)
 
Week 1: Sawyer Scott (Mobile), Megan Donahue (Dalton State)
Week 2: Matthew Cleary (Dalton State), Riley Mayhew (Blue Mountain)
Week 3: Emerson Bam (Faulkner), N/A
Week 4: Trey Ponce (Loyola), Sydney Hermann (Dalton State)

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