2018 CCAA Men’s Golf All-Canadians

2018 CCAA Men’s Golf All-Canadians

The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association is proud to announce the 2018 CCAA Men's Golf All-Canadians.

The student-athletes, who are selected by their conference based on performance and contribution to the sport and their team, were honoured at a banquet during the 2018 CCAA Golf National Championships, hosted by Medicine Hat College in Medicine Hat, AB.

Here are the 2018 Men's Golf All-Canadians:


Wyatt Brook

 

Daniel Campbell

 

VIU Mariners

 

UFV Cascades

The PACWEST Player of the Year finished the regular season at 11-under par. Brook was victorious at the second UBC Okanagan tournament and placed second in the other two events. He was the runner-up at the Canadian University College Championships last spring. In just his second season at Vancouver Island University, Brook was named the Mariners team captain.

 

The two-time CCAA All-Canadian led the University of the Fraser Valley to a 3-0 record during the regular season and a team title at the PACWEST Championships. In 2017-18, Campbell earned PACWEST, CCAA and Canadian University/College individual championships. He has a high level of maturity and is an easy-going, laid-back individual who never seems to get flustered. Campbell’s mentality sets the tone for the Cascades.


   

Michael Harrison

 

Chase Broderson

 

Augustana Vikings

 

Red Deer Kings

Harrison cruised to a six-shot victory at the ACAC Championships. He also captured the Men’s Club Championship at the Camrose Golf Course with a six-under par performance. The two-time CCAA All-Canadian had an outstanding year, not only showcasing his golfing skills but also combining his scholastic endeavors and community involvement. Harrison has worked with the development of various junior golf school programs while attending Augustana.

 

Broderson earned an individual silver medal and led the Kings to bronze in the team event at the ACAC Championships. In 2018, he was victorious at the Lacombe Junior Open, the Olds Junior Open and qualified for the Canadian Junior Championships. In his first season at Red Deer, Broderson proved to be a quiet and focused leader. He demonstrates confidence, commitment, leadership and compassion.


 

Braydon White

 

Cameron Griffin

 

Fanshawe Falcons

 

Humber Hawks

White fired consistent rounds of 70-71-72 to finish with a six-shot victory and earned Fanshawe’s first individual gold in 43 years at the OCAA Championships. He also led the Falcons, who were ranked No. 4 in the final CCAA Men’s Golf Rankings, to silver in the team event at the conference championships. White is a graduate of Fanshawe College’s Golf and Club Management program.

 

Griffin led the Hawks men’s team to four victories this season, including a gold-medal performance at the OCAA Championships. He also earned an individual silver medal at the conference championships and recorded three top-5 finishes this season. As a freshman, Griffin continues to hone his craft; he is easily coachable and always willing to learn.


   

Olivier Ménard

 

Jonathan Vermette

 

Boomerang
d’André-Laurendeau

 

Champlain
St. Lawrence Lions

In his second season with the Boomerang, Ménard was victorious in four of five RSEQ events. He was the runner-up at the 2018 Canadian Junior Golf Championship and finished tied for fifth in the 2018 Quebec Men’s Amateur Championship. Ménard has excellent individual skills and manages all aspects of his game extremely well. He continues to mature at Cégep André-Laurenedeau.

 

Vermette was dominant at the RSEQ Championships, firing back-to-back 69’s to finish at six-under par. He has a high sense of belonging toward his team and shows great pride in wearing the Lions uniform. In his third year at Champlain St. Lawrence, Vermette proved to be a positive influence on his teammates with his great work ethic; he also exemplifies commitment to academics.