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Golf: Louisiana Golf Signee Claims NJCAA Division II National Title

Colin Troxler MGCCC

 

MESA, Ariz. – Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns golf signee Colin Troxler won the NJCAA Division II Individual Championship with a four-round score of 2-under par (282) last week at the par-71, 7,050-yard Longbow Golf Club.

 
"Very proud of Colin to finish off his junior college career on a strong note," head coach Theo Sliman said. "He has steadily improved over his four semesters at Mississippi Gulf Coast culminating in a national title. He is someone we are going to lean on a lot over the next two years as he comes in with numerous tournament titles and a lot of experience. I am anxious to get him on campus come August and expect a quick transition to the Division I level."
 
Troxler posted three straight rounds under par to open the event winning the title by four strokes while helping guide Mississippi Gulf Coast to a second-place finish at the NJCAA Division II Championship.
 
A native of Luling, La., Troxler earned Ping All-American and NJCAA All-American honors as well as the Arnold Palmer Trophy after winning the national title. Troxler also earned NJCAA Division II PING Second Team All-American honors in his freshman season.
 
Troxler and fellow signee Justin Caldwell join the squad this fall as the Cajuns open the season in September at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate.
 
For updates and info on Ragin’ Cajuns golf, follow the squad on twitter @RaginCajunsGolf or check RaginCajuns.com.
 

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