NOTRE DAME, Ind. – For the first time in program history, two Notre Dame men’s golfers made the Ping Division I All-Midwest Team. Recent graduate Miguel Delgado, along with rising junior Davis Chatfield earned the prestigious honor over the weekend.
They become the first Irish players to earn the honor since Niall Platt in 2014 and the eighth and ninth selections overall.
Delgado saved his best season for last, qualifying for the NCAA Championships. Delgado capped his senior year with the second lowest stroke average in program history with a 71.4. The California native also ended his time at Notre Dame with a 73.2 career stroke average, which ranks as the fourth lowest all-time.
Meanwhile, Chatfield competed in all five tournaments in the fall, where he accumulated the lowest stroke average on the team with a 71.1. Chatfield went five-under par overall and posted one top-10 finish.
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