ROCK HILL, S.C. – Coker men's golfers Josh Clay and Christopher Fuga have each earned South Atlantic Conference all-conference men's golf awards, the league office announced on Thursday (Apr. 10). Clay was voted as an All-SAC Second Team member, while Fuga landed a spot on the All-SAC Honorable Mention Team.
Clay ranks among the top-10 individual leaders for the South Atlantic Conference, with a scoring average of 74.0 in 23 rounds of play. His average also leads the team. Clay's lowest score of the year came in the second round of the Bearcat Invitational when he shot a season low 66, which topped his previous season best of 68 at the Myrtle Beach Intercollegiate back in October.
Clay, a senior from Canton, Ohio, is the son of Paula and Dennis Clay. He is a Sports Management major, and a four year member of the Coker golf team.
Fuga's individual scoring average cracks the top-15 best in the conference, and is second best on the team with a 74.7. His best score of the year was a 67 that came at the Kiawah Island Intercollegiate in September.
Fuga, a junior from Phoenixville, Pa., is the son of Donna and Stephen Fuga. He is also a Sports Management major and has been a member of the Coker golf team for three seasons.
Both golfers will be competing in the SAC Championship in Sieverville, Tenn., starting Sunday, April 13.