Former Concord University men’s golfer Evan Muscari has been named a 2014 Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-American Scholar, the Golf Coaches Association of America recently announced.
The award is Muscari’s second Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America honor; he earned the distinction as a junior in 2012-13 as well. Muscari carried a 3.87 grade point average as a business management major while playing collegiately.
In his final season of collegiate competition, Muscari totaled a team-low 18-hole scoring average of 73.8 over 10 events for the Mountain Lions. On the year, Muscari compiled three victories and eight top-10 finishes en route to earning first team all-region and All-Mountain East Conference accolades. In addition to victories at the OVU Invite and the Oglebay Invite, Muscari also took home medalist honors at the inaugural MEC Championship Tournament.
The Pineville, W. Va. native led the Mountain Lions to an NCAA Division II Tournament bid where he placed sixth at the East/Atlantic Super Regional, narrowly missing out on qualifying for the national championships as an individual.
2013-14 capped off a decorated collegiate career for Muscari, who leaves Concord as a three-time all-region and all-conference athlete with five victories as well as 18 top-10 showings.
Most recently, Muscari has continued his golf career by placing second at the 95th annual West Virginia Amateur Championship and 14th at the 81st West Virginia Open.