Golf: Logan Lanier named USA South Player of the Year; Anthony Scolapio selected to all-conference team

Golf: Logan Lanier named USA South Player of the Year; Anthony Scolapio selected to all-conference team

Junior Logan Lanier is the USA South Golf Player of the Year and Anthony Scolapio is on the All-Conference team as announced by the conference office. Lanier becomes the second straight LaGrange golfer to receive the award, joining last year's recepient Cory Howard.

Lanier, is currently averaging a USA South-best 71.2 stroke average in 18 rounds of play and ranked second in the current Division III player rankings. He has recorded seven top-10 finishes and four top-five finishes. He has shot par or better in 13 rounds with a season and career-low round score of 67 at the Jekyll Island Intercollegiate. Lanier is on the All-Conference team for the third straight season, his initial one as a first team selection. He was named USA South Golfer of the Week once this year and is the team's representative on the golf All-Sportsmanship team.

Scolapio, also a junior, was selected to the All-Conference second team, after earning third team honors as a freshman. He is second on the team to Lanier and tied for 10th in the conference with a 74.3 average. Scolapio had a career-best second place finish at the Chick-fil-A Intercollegiate and placed in the top 20 three other times. He recorded a season and career-low round of 69 at the Jekyll Island Intercollegiate.