Fiorentino, Hardenbergh Named All-America Scholars

AMHERST, Massachusetts -- Two members of the Amherst College men's golf team were named NCAA Division III All-America Scholars by the Golf Coaches Association of America. They are among 31 of the finest scholar-athletes in Division III men's golf who hail from 21 different institutions.

Senior co-captains David Fiorentino (Winchester, MA) and Erik Hardenbergh (Wayland, MA) made returned to the NCAA Championships after the team debuted in the Tournament last year. After leading their team to a pair of tournament victories at Franklin Pierce and the Little III Tournament, Amherst finished 23rd in the nation at NCAAs with a four day total of 1274. Hardenbergh finished 40th out of 120 competitors with a 304 total, 21 strokes off the medalist performance. Fiorentino claimed 92nd place with a 317 finish.

Both student-athletes will graduate this Sunday in Amherst's 177th Commencement Exercises as four-time Academic All-NESCAC squad members. Fiorentino will receive a B.A. in Economics, while Hardenbergh will earn a degree in Political Science.

Golf Coaches Association of America
1998 NCAA Division III All-America Scholars

Travis Anderson*	Millikin
John Caruso		Guilford
Matthew Caruso		Guilford
Clint Elsemore		Cal Lutheran
Steve Erickson		Gustavus Adolphus
David Fiorentino	Amherst
Craig Haltom		Manchester
Erik Hardenbergh	Amherst
Andrew Harrell		Blackburn
Magnus Hellmark		Luther
Christopher Huston	Central
Jay Kautt		Luther
Regan King		McMurry
Chris Knutson		Upper Iowa
Kyle Landon		Gustavus Adolphus
Josh Long		McMurry
Joseph Lown		Principia
Jay Mallentine		Augusta
Matthew Moore		Millikin
Devin Redmord		Williams
David Richardson	Cal Lutheran
Eunbin Rli		Augustana
Adam Robison		Claremont-McKenna
Jason Scheele		Franklin
Justin Schulte		Central
Matthew Simpson		Nebraska Wesleyan
Brian Sinotte		St. John's
Eric Stray		St. John's
Chris Susott		DePauw
Greg Uberuaga		UC-San Diego
David Wronowski		Skidmore

*All-America Scholar of the Year

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