Ducks' Clark gets highest honor
Golfweek has made it a sweep for the Oregon Ducks men's golf team.
The Ducks finished second in the NCAA championships this year, after winning the title in 2016.
Golfweek has named Oregon senior Wyndham Clark its Division I player of the year.
The magazine also had chosen UO's Casey Martin as its D-I coach of the year.
Clark, a transfer from Oklahoma State, won three tournaments, including the Pac-12 championship. He finished in the top 10 in 11 of 13 starts. He averaged 70.05 strokes per round, with a national-best 4.46 average on par-5s.
From Denver, Clark followed ex-Duck Aaron Wise, the 2016 NCAA individual champion, in the national voting.
Clark also is the fifth consecutive golfer from the Pac-12 to be Golfweek's D-I player of the year.
Golfweek's All-America teams had Clark on the first team and Oregon's Norman Xiong on the second team.