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Davidson’s Jack Lang Named to All Region Team

by | May 28, 2019 | Sports

Jack Lang – Davidson Class of 2019 (photo from the Irish Creek Invitational)

 

DAVIDSON, N.C. – Former Davidson standout Jack Lang has been named to the Division I PING All-Region Team, as announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) at the 2019 NCAA Men’s Golf National Championship.

Ranked 89th Nationally according to GolfStat, Lang recently concluded his career at the 2019 NCAA Myrtle Beach Regional, where he finished T-27th with a 54-hole total of 217 (79-70-68).

Lang joined Richard Fountain (2010-14) and Mike Spann (1967-69) as the only Wildcats to participate in three NCAA Tournaments.

In addition to leading Davidson to its first-ever Regional berth a year ago, Lang competed as a sophomore after capturing the 2017 Atlantic 10 individual title.

A three-time all-conference performer, Lang led the Atlantic 10 with a 71.08 stroke average earning the program’s first-ever A-10 Player of the Year honor.

Last month, Lang was presented the 2019 Tommy Peters Award, which is given to a senior male scholar-athlete in recognition of outstanding dedication and contribution to intercollegiate athletics.

The recipient of three athletic scholarships: Dr. Tom Scott Golf Scholarship, Covington Golf Scholarship, and Southwood J. Morcott Golf Scholarship, Lang holds the school record for career Top-5 finishes with 13.

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Kengo Aoshima, Wake Forest 
Eric Bae, Wake Forest
Jacob Bridgeman, Clemson
Eugenio Chacarra, Wake Forest
Ervin Chang, Liberty
Jack Lang, Davidson
Chandler Eaton, Duke
Alex Fitzpatrick, Wake Forest
Stephen Franken, NC State
Ryan Gerard, North Carolina
Austin Hitt, North Carolina
Gabe Lench, Liberty
Nick Lyerly, UNC Greensboro
Bryson Nimmer, Clemson
Noah Norton, Georgia Tech
Andy Ogletree, Georgia Tech
Andrew Orischak, Virginia
Adrien Pendaries, Duke
Luke Schniederjans, Georgia Tech
Benjamin Shipp, NC State
Alex Smalley, Duke
Tyler Strafaci, Georgia Tech
Zack Taylor, Coastal Carolina
Kieran Vincent, Liberty
Thomas Walsh, Virginia
Cameron Young, Wake Forest

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