Men's Golf To Add Three More Graduates To Impressive Academic List Under Randy Lein
April 30, 2007
Arizona State men's golfers Niklas Lemke (B.I.S., Sociology and Family Studies), Fredrik Andersson (B.S., Economics) and Phil Telliard (B.A. Communication) will bring the number of Sun Devils to earn their undergraduate degrees under 15th-year head coach Randy Lein to 46 next weekend when ASU holds its annual spring commencement. Lemke, a two-time All-American who has eight top-five finishes this year, joins former All-Americans such as Alejandro Canizares (B.I.S., Landscape Architecture/Sociology in 2006 and 2003 NCAA champion), Todd Demsey (B.A., Psychology in 1995 and 1993 NCAA Champion) and Jeff Quinney (B.S. Finance in 2002 and 2000 U.S. Amateur Champion) as the most recognizable names on the list. The Sun Devils host the NCAA West Regional May 17-18 at Karsten Golf Course, and admission is free.
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Also, the men's golf team is one of two Sun Devil programs to post perfect 1,000 Academic Progress Rate scores, along with women's tennis. The NCAA recognized more than 800 Division I sports teams with public recognition awards for their latest Academic Progress Rate scores last week. A complete list is available at: