Florida Tech’s Max O’Hagan Selected to NCAA PING All-South Region Team for 3rd Straight Year

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O'Hagan set school-record for season scoring average

Max O’Hagan been named to the NCAA Division II PING All-South Region Team by the Golf Coaches Association of America. This is the third straight year he has received the award. (Florida Tech Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Max O’Hagan been named to the NCAA Division II PING All-South Region Team by the Golf Coaches Association of America. This is the third straight year he has received the award.

Typically announced in May, the GCAA announced the 2020 accolades early with the cancelation of the NCAA Golf Championships due to COVID-19.

O’Hagan excelled in the seven tournaments Florida Tech competed in prior to the cancelation.

The senior recorded six top-8 results, including one victory, and shot par or better on 14 of 20 rounds in 2019-20. O’Hagan ranked as the No. 3 player in the nation, according to Golfstat, at the time this season was canceled.

His win this season was the second of the career and occurred at the talent-rich Matlock Collegiate Classic at Lone Palm Golf Club. O’Hagan dominated the tournament and as he shot in the 60s all three rounds (69-66-67) and won by nine strokes.

He set school records for lowest 54-hole total (202), score vs. par (-14). His second win ties him atop the all-time record book for most wins by a Panther.

O’Hagan also set school-records for season scoring average (70.90), average score vs. par (-0.80) and par-4 scoring (3.955) this year.

In total, the Surrey, England product owns 14 of Florida Tech’s career and single-season program records.

For the latest news, updates and information on the Florida Tech golf team, visit FloridaTechSports.com. Max O’Hagan has been named to the NCAA Division II PING All-South Region Team by the Golf Coaches Association of America.

This is the third straight year he has received the award.

Typically announced in May, the GCAA announced the 2020 accolades early with the cancelation of the NCAA Golf Championships due to COVID-19.

O’Hagan excelled in the seven tournaments Florida Tech competed in prior to the cancelation.

The senior recorded six top-8 results, including one victory, and shot par or better on 14 of 20 rounds in 2019-20. O’Hagan ranked as the No. 3 player in the nation, according to Golfstat, at the time this season was canceled.

His win this season was the second of the career and occurred at the talent-rich Matlock Collegiate Classic at Lone Palm Golf Club. O’Hagan dominated the tournament and as he shot in the 60s all three rounds (69-66-67) and won by nine strokes.

He set school records for lowest 54-hole total (202), score vs. par (-14). His second win ties him atop the all-time record book for most wins by a Panther.

O’Hagan also set school-records for season scoring average (70.90), average score vs. par (-0.80) and par-4 scoring (3.955) this year.

In total, the Surrey, England product owns 14 of Florida Tech’s career and single-season program records.

For the latest news, updates and information on the Florida Tech golf team, visit FloridaTechSports.com.

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