McCall, Osberg, Bunting Lead CAC Honors
YORK, Pa. - Wesley College won at least a share of three of the CAC's major golf awards.
Head coach Rick McCall was named the conference coach of the year after leading the Wolverines to their second CAC crown in three years. Overall, it is McCall's eighth conference coach of the year award, with the other six coming when the Wolverines competed in the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference.
Chris Osberg (Amherst, Va./Amherst), the 2008 CAC Championship medalist and Player of the Year, is the first three-time first-team All-CAC golf honoree. He posted scores of 75-71 for a two-over-par 146 to win both awards at Sunday's CAC Championship on Wesley's Wild Quail G.C. home course. He shares this year's awards with York (Pa.)'s Andrew Schmehl after winning them outright in 2008.
Clayton Bunting (Georgetown, Del./Sussex Tech) is Wesley's first CAC Golf Rookie of the Year. He finished third overall in the CAC Championship behind only Osberg and Schmehl with a 148.
Osberg and Bunting were joined on the All-CAC first team by freshman classmate Robert Ehrhardt (Mechanicsville, Md./Chopticon), who was fifth overall to put three Wolverines on the five-man All-CAC first team. Senior Jeff Owsik (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Archbishop Carroll), the 2009 CAC runner-up, finished seventh this year to earn second team honors.
The only award a Wesley player did not win was the First Annual Andrew Geyer Memorial Student-Athlete Award. That went to Stevenson's Matt Lukehart, who finished fourth and was also named to the All-CAC first team.
Wesley now awaits word on a potential Pool B bid to the NCAA Championships.