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Alex Smalley

SMALLEY RALLIES BACK AT NIKE GOLF COLLEGIATE

Duke Senior Alex Smalley fired a 74-66-68 to tie for 5th place at the Nike Golf Collegiate. Not only did Smalley light it up the final 36 holes for a Top 5 finish, he helped the 9th ranked Blue Devils to take home the team championship.

Smalley had these remarks following his final round 68:

“It was another huge week for us. I got off to a solid start today by getting through the tough holes early. I had a couple bad mistakes for the round but was able to bounce back every time with a birdie which kept the momentum going.”


SMALLEY WINS LOUISVILLE CARDINAL CHALLENGE!

Alex Smalley went wire-to-wire to take individual honors at the Louisville Cardinal Challenge. The Duke Senior shot an amazing 61-66-70 to WIN the title by 4 strokes and lead the Blue Devils to victory. The opening round 61 is the 2nd lowest round in NCAA
history!

You can read all about it right here!


Courtesy: AmateurGolf.com

Duke Junior, Alex Smalley, continues his remarkable play after WINNING the Sunnehanna Amateur Championship in Johnstown, PA. Alex fired an 11-under on the Par 70 course (66-64-69-70) to win the event by 2 strokes!

*Click here (and scroll down) to see the Final Round Highlights and Interview with the 2018 champion!


Smalley ALL-ACC…Again!

Congratulations to Duke Junior, Alex Smalley, for being named to the 2017-2018 All-ACC men’s golf team! Alex was 1 of 15 student-athletes chosen for the honor for the 2nd consecutive year, proving himself to be one of the best golfers in the ACC and in the nation (ranked #38).

Recently, Alex tied for 10th in the NCAA Regional firing a 71-70-67, helping the Blue Devils to advance to the NCAA Championship in Stillwater, OK on May 25. Alex will compete in the U.S. Open Sectionals on June 4.


Bryson Boyette

BOYETTE ALL-TOURNAMENT HONORS!

Bryson Boyette continued his stellar play at the Myrtle Beach Golf Intercollegiate. The sophomore from Barton College earned all-tournament honors after posting a 69-72 to tie for 4th place.


BOYETTE 4-UNDER TO LEAD BULLDOGS

Bryson Boyette led the Barton Bulldogs to a 6th place at the season-opening Jay Jennison Cup after firing 71-70-71. Boyette finished in 5th place following his impressive 4-under to start the season.


The superb play continues for Bryson Boyette. The rising sophomore from Barton College shot a 76-69-69-71 to tie for 9th place in the North Carolina Amateur Championship. Way to go, Bryson!


Boyette Freshman of the Year, All Conference!

Congrats to Bryson Boyette of Barton College for being named Freshman Player of the Year and All-Conference! The Wilson, NC native won the BC Intercollegiate, finished runner-up in the Southeast Preview at Rock Barn, and posted 2 other top-15 finishes while playing much of the season in the Bulldogs’ No. 1 spot. Way to go!

Photo from Wilson Times


BOYETTE WINS FIRST COLLEGIATE EVENT!

On March 13 Bryson Boyette of Barton College fires a 74-71 to WIN his first ever collegiate event! The 18-year old became the first Barton freshman to win a tournament since 2009.

Barton coach Ashley Leonard offered these comments following Boyette’s 2-stroke victory at the Barton Intercollegiate at Wilson Country Club:

“I’m just proud of him. The kid works hard and is so mentally tough. He’s a steady player and never gives up. He’s pretty good and he’s only going to get better and better.”

Congrats to Bryson!!


Boyette 1st Career Runner-up!

Barton College Freshman, Bryson Boyette, fired a 68-72 at the Division II South/Southeast Super Regional Preview to claim his 1st career runner-up finish and 3rd Top 15 in 4 collegiate starts! Boyette’s tie for 2nd place earned him all tournament honors, helped the Bulldogs to WIN the event!


Alex Burris


Burris lights up a 65!

Alex Burris, a junior at Appalachian State had a strong April for the Mountaineers. First tied a school record by firing a 7-under, 65 in Round 2 at the Wofford Invitational in Spartanburg, SC.

Burris then closed out the season with a 16th place finish at the Sun Belt Championship after shooting 72-74-71 in the 3-round event in Sandestin, FL.


Alex Smalley

Smalley 69 in US Open Local Qualifying!

Duke Junior, Alex Smalley, takes the first step to making a repeat appearance at The US. Open. On May 8 he shot a 69 in US Open local qualifying at Duke University Golf Club! Alex now moves on to US Open Sectionals which will be 36 holes. Last year Alex shot 68, 69 in Sectionals to advance to the U.S. Open. He was 1 of 13 amateurs in the star-studded field.


Smalley Lights it up in April!

Duke Junior, Alex Smalley, had a terrific April for the Blue Devils. He finished in 2nd place finish at The Stich Intercollegiate followed by a 12th place finish at the ACC Championship. Alex’s scores for the 2 events were: 73-65-68 and 70-67-71.


SMALLEY LIGHTS IT UP FOR DUKE!

On March 20 Alex Smalley, a junior at Duke, fires a 69-67-70 to tie for 3rd at the Valspar Collegiate Championship at Florida National Golf Club!

Alex had this to say after carding a 7-under in the 54-hole event:

“This tournament gives me confidence for the next couple of months because it was a tour level golf course with a really good field.”

Nice job, Alex!


Alex Smalley, a rising junior at Duke University, shot a 68-69 on Monday at the U.S. Open Sectional in Ball Ground, GA, to advance to next week’s U.S. Open at Erin Hills, Wisconsin! Smalley birdied holes 11,12,13 on the back 9 in the final round to tie for 1st and secure a spot in the U.S. Open.

“Words cannot express how thrilled I am for Alex. To lead Duke to the NCAA Golf Championship and then qualify for the U.S. Open is truly an amazing accomplishment. Way to go, Alex!

Seth Kaplan, M.Ed.
Alex’s Mental Coach


Congrats to Alex Smalley of Duke University for being named All-ACC! Alex played a key role in bringing this ACC title back to Durham and recently finished tied for 3rd at the ACC Regionals in Baton Rouge, LA. What a year for the sophomore from Wake Forest!


Congrats to Alex who fired a 73-69-70 at the ACC Championship in Clinton, SC to lead to Blue Devils to an impressive 12-stroke victory! This is Duke’s 8th conference title and their first trophy since 2013.

Alex (3rd in from the right) finished -4 for the event for a 2nd place finish – just 1 stroke behind the leaders. For more on the ACC champs…click here.


Alex Smalley of #21 Duke University lit it up at the GCU Invitational in Phoenix, AZ. The sophomore ended the tournament with an impressive and team-best 204 (-9) after finishing the final round with a 66 (-5). Smalley would finish the tournament tied for second, his best finish of the year, thanks to eight birdies in his final round!


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