VSU Golf Leaves for NCAA Regionals & PGA Minority Collegiate Championship
April 30, 2010
Virginia State University's golf team will leave for a 10-day trip to compete in West Virginia at the NCAA Regionals then head down to Port St. Lucia, Florida for the 24th PGA Minority Collegiate Championships on May 7-9.
Coached by Jeff Hamilton, VSU has an incredible overall team record of 10-2 for the 2009-10 season. The Trojans have finished first in all their meets except for an eighth place finish at the Manor Intercollegiate match in early September and a fifteenth place finish at the Carolina Sands Invitational in April.
VSU dominated ten other competitions, beginning with a first place finish at the Trojan Fall Classic and another first place finish in the CIAA 2010 Championships. VSU captured the CIAA Eastern Division title with a win at the CIAA Eastern Division Meet, when they ended with a score of 625 in two-days.
Virginia State University has eight members on their team; two seniors, two juniors, two sophomores, and two freshmen. Trojan seniors, Greg Hunt (Chesapeake, VA) and Dustin Kelley (Chester, VA) will be playing in their final tournaments for VSU in the next 10 days. Brian Woods (Chesterfield, VA) was honored as a member of the 2010 All-CIAA Golf team.
VSU will leave on Saturday, May 1st headed to West Virginia for NCAA Regional competition. Then will pack up and return Wednesday May 5th only to leave the next day May 6th to play in the PGA Minority Collegiate Championship in Port St. Lucia, Florida.