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Redman named ACC Freshman of the Year

Freshman Doc Redman earned All-ACC honors and was also named the conference freshman of the year.

Three Clemson golfers earned All-ACC honors and freshman Doc Redman added the conference’s award as the best newcomer.

Senior Carson Young and sophomore Bryson Nimmer earned All-ACC honors for the second straight year. Redman was the third member of the Clemson team to be honored on the all-star squad for his play this year.

The first year Tiger from Raleigh led the team in stroke average (70.36) during the season. He won two tournaments during the year taking home victories at the Jackrabbit Invitational and the Ka’anapali Classic.  He also posted seven top-10 finishes in his first year, a Clemson freshman record.

Senior Carson Young earned All-ACC honors for the second straight year.

Redman also set a 54 hole record for the Tigers shooting a 198 total for the win in Hawaii and he tied a Clemson record for low tournament round when he shot a 63 on his way to a win at the Jackrabbit.

Young claimed his first college victory with a win at the

Sophomore Bryson Nimmer earned All-ACC honors for the second straight year.

Furman Intercollegiate. The Tiger golfer from Pendleton is a two-time SCGA Amateur champion. He currently has a streak of finishing in the top-15  in his last seven tournaments.

Nimmer was named the ACC freshman of the year last year. This year Nimmer has a pair of second place finishes including being the runner-up in the recent ACC Championship. He also earned a second place finish at the Puerto Rico Classic and has four top-five finishes.

This was the second consecutive year the Tigers have placed three golfers on the All-ACC team.

Clemson begins NCAA Regional play in Tennessee on Monday, May 15th. Live scoring will be available at http://www.golfstat.com.

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