Men's Golf Team Holds Awards Banquet
June 6, 2002
Stanford, Calif. - The Stanford men's golf team held its annual banquet this week and handed out a variety of awards to recognize outstanding achievement announced head coach Jeff Mitchell.
Senior Philip Rowe (Cornwall, UK) was tabbed the Most Valuable Player for tournament contribution and stroke average. The Most Improved Golfer went to sophomore Blake Mastalir (Englewood, CO) for his tournament contribution and stroke average over the past two seasons.
The Low Freshman Stroke Average went to frosh Kevin Blue (Don Mills, Ontario, Canada) while the Stanford Tradition award, which is voted on by the team for the person that embodiesall that is important about Stanford, Stanford athletics and Stanford men's golf, was awarded to freshman Pat Phillips (Athens, GA).
The GCAA also announced its All-Americans and senior Philip Rowe was an honorable mention selection. Rowe was a first-team All-Pac-10 selection in 2001-02 and won individual medalist honors at the U.S. Intercollegiate this spring by five shots.