NIACC’s Levi Fink selected to the All-Nicklaus Team


NIACC Press Release:

MASON CITY – NIACC’s Levi Fink has been selected to the 2014 All-Nicklaus team by the Golf Coaches Association of America.

The 24 honorees from NCAA Divisions I, II, III, NAIA and NJCAA were recognized for their outstanding play during the past collegiate season.

The All-Nicklaus Team, which was created in 2008, is named for Jack Nicklaus, a long-time supporter of collegiate and amateur golf. Nicklaus was a Big Ten and NCAA champion at Ohio State before going on to win 18 major championships.

Fink (Wadena, Ia.) became NIACC’s first-ever national golf champion and just the sixth Iowa golfer to win a junior college national title in May at Swan Lake Resort in Plymouth, Ind.

Fink shot rounds of 77-68-72-70 (287) and finished the four-day tournament 1-under par. The former Valley of Elgin player was the first golfer from an Iowa school to win the NJCAA Division II title since Kirkwood’s TJ Redding won in 2006.


2014 All-Nicklaus Team

Julien Brun, TCU

Tim Crouch, Florida Southern

Greg Eason, UCF

Levi Fink, NIACC

Brandon Hagy, California

Bobby Holden, Redlands

Daniel Jansen, Faulkner

Anthony Maccaglia, Oglethorpe

James Marchesani, Oklahoma City

Derek Oland, Midwestern State

Nick Palladino, Rochester

Patrick Rodgers, Stanford

Ollie Schniederjans, Georgia Tech

Robby Shelton, Alabama

Joel Stalter, California

Adam Svensson, Barry

Nathan Tarter, Malone

Julian Taylor, William Woods

Scott Vincent, Virginia Tech

Tim Walker, Central Alabama

Hayes Weathersby, Mississippi Gulf Coast

David Wicks, Midland

Cameron Wilson, Stanford

Bobby Wyatt, Alabama


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