ATLANTA – After carding 15 birdies and two eagles over the course of the 54-hole Turning Stone Intercollegiate, Stetson's Matt Gauntlett was selected as the first recipient of the 2022-23 ASUN Conference Men's Golf weekly honors, announced Thursday afternoon by the league office. Gauntlett brought home medalist honors from the Turning Stone Intercollegiate with a 13-under-par score of 203 to help the Hatters (-6; 858) to a second-place finish in the event behind the host Missouri Tigers. He posted rounds of 67-69-67 at Kaluhyat Golf Club to tie for the top spot before winning in a scorecard playoff.
ASUN Men's Golfer of the Week
Matt Gauntlett, Stetson
Junior | Watford, England
- First Career ASUN Golfer of the Week award; opening honor of the season for the Hatters and 13th all-time
- Brought home medalist honors from the Turning Stone Intercollegiate with a 13-under-par score of 203
- Posted rounds of 67-69-67 at Kaluhyat Golf Club to tie for the top spot before winning in a scorecard playoff
- Had 15 birdies and two eagles over the course of the 54-hole event; made up five shots in the final round
- Helped lead Stetson (-6; 858) to a second-place finish in the event behind the host Missouri Tigers
Other Nominee: Justin Begley, Eastern Kentucky.
2022-23 Season Award Winners
Sept. 8 | Matt Gauntlett, Stetson
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