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Logue Named to PING All-Region Team

May 29, 2017  Lynchburg, Va.  RSS
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Logue Named to PING All-Region Team

2017 Division I PING All-Region Team

For the second season in a row, Liberty's Isaiah Logue has been named to the Division I PING All-Region team.

The Flames' junior was one of 25 golfers named to the Division I PING All-Region East team. In total, 154 golfers were named to the six All-Region teams, announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America.

Logue led the Flames during the 2016-17 season, finishing his third year at Liberty with a 71.80 season stroke average. The mark ranks third best in program history, only trailing the junior (71.28) and senior (71.65) season stroke averages of All-American Robert Karlsson.

The Fairfield, Pa., native tied for the team lead with five top-10 finishes and paced the squad with a trio of top-five results. He played 21 of his 40 rounds at par or better this season, lowering his career stroke average to 72.38, which ranks second best in program history.

Logue posted the second best season stroke average in the Big South Conference this season, earning All-Big South honors for the third year in a row.

Logue's standout performance helped the Flames earn the team an at-large selection into the NCAA Austin Regional. The Flames finished the event tied for 11th place with Logue leading the way by finishing tied for 18t place with a 1-over par 214 (69-75-70).

Liberty qualified for the NCAA Austin Regional by earning the program's fourth at-large berth into an NCAA Regional. As a team, Liberty has advanced to the NCAA Regionals six out of the last seven years and eight times total in program history.

The Flames entered the NCAA Austin Regional ranked No. 46 in the country in the early May Golfstat rankings. Liberty maintained a top-50 national ranking throughout the 2016-17 season, spotlighted by a No. 22 ranking on Oct. 19.

PING All-Region East Team
Eric Bae, Wake Forest
Derek Bard, Virginia
James Clark, Georgia Tech
Ryan Cole, James Madison
Patrick Cover, UNCW
Chandler Eaton, Duke
Stephen Franken, NC State
Ben Griffin, North Carolina
Mark Lawrence Jr., Virginia Tech
Isaiah Logue, Liberty
Alexander Matlari, Duke
Jacob McBride, NC State
Paul McBride, Wake Forest
Bryson Nimmer, Clemson
Andrew Novak, Wofford
Matt Oshrine, Duke
William Rainey, College of Charleston
Doc Redman, Clemson
Luke Schniederjans, Georgia Tech
Benjamin Shipp, NC State
Alex Smalley, Duke
Jimmy Stanger, Virginia
Cameron Young, Wake Forest
Carson Young, Clemson
Will Zalatoris, Wake Forest