Stanford Men's Golf Announces Year-End Awards
June 5, 2006
Stanford, Calif. - The Stanford men's golf team announced its year-end awards for the 2005-2006 season.
The Low Freshman Stroke Average goes to freshman Dodge Kemmer (Wichita, KS) with a 74.31 average. Kemmer was also awarded The Most Improved Player on this years team.
The Most Valuable Player goes to sophomore golfer Rob Grube. Grube was the Pac-10 Conference Co-Player of the year and had the highest number of rounds counted for the season.
The Stanford Tradition award, an award given to the player exhibiting leadership, strong work ethic, academic excellence, and an overall appreciation of the traditions of Stanford and Stanford men's golf, has been given to senior Kyle Gentry (Carmel, CA).
Lastly, The 'Spooney' Award, which is given to the Stanford golfer displaying the most fight and tenacity while maintaining a never give up attitude, was awarded to sophomore Rob Grube.
The Stanford men's golf program is proud of these team members and looks to build on this leadership in the future.
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