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LWC Men's Golf Student-Athletes earn MSC honors

By Brady Budke

Six members of the Lindsey Wilson men's golf team earned Academic All Mid-South Conference honors, conference officials announced on Wednesday, and Jeremiah Hayes has been selected to the Mid-South Conference Men's Golf Champions of Character Team.

In order to be nominated by an institution for Academic All Mid-South Conference honors, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved at least sophomore academic status.

Callum Blinkhorn, Callum Burns, Janik Hawlitzky, Jeremiah Hayes, Shane Henderson, and Etienne Rensburg all earned a spot on the list.

This is the third career time Blinkhorn and Hayes have earned an appearance on this list. It is the second career honor for Burns and Rensburg, while Hawlitzky and Henderson appear for the first time in their careers.

With these six student-athletes on the list, Lindsey Wilson ties with Cumberland (Tenn.) and Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.) for the most honorees of any conference school.

Hayes selected to MSC Men's Golf Champions of Character Team
Jeremiah Hayes has been selected to the Mid-South Conference Men's Golf Champions of Character Team, conference officials announced on Wednesday.

The MSC recognizes a Champions of Character Team for each championship sport. The student-athletes that are honored on the Champions of Character Team were nominated by their coaches based on their leadership on campus and in the community while demonstrating the five core character values of the NAIA.

Hayes is joined on the list by Bethel's (Tenn.) Isaac Holley, Campbellsville's (Ky.) Mark Murphy, Cumberland's (Tenn.) Bryson Smith, Cumberlands' (Ky.) Gustav Barden, Freed-Hardeman's (Tenn.) John Parigger, Georgetown's (Ky.) Trey Ogle, Martin Methodist's (Tenn.) Gary Glassman, Pikeville's (Ky.) Kyle Torrence, Shawnee State's (Ohio) Steven Zimmerman and Thomas More's (Ky.) Bryce Kremer.

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