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Wolfes, Lippett each receive postseason recognition

Georgia Southern men’s golfer Scott Wolfes has been named to the Division I PING All-Southeast Region Team, earning the honor for the second time in his career, according to
Wolfes was the Sun Belt Golfer of the Year and a first-team all-conference selection. He posted seven top-10 finishes in 11 tournaments this season and shared medalist honors at the Wendy’s Kiawah Classic. His scoring average of 70.96 set a school record, and his 63 in the third round of the Wendy’s Kiawah Classic tied the school mark.
A PING all-region selection in 2013, Wolfes was also the Southern Conference Golfer of the Year that season. He completed his career with 31 top-20 finishes in 46 collegiate tournaments, and his career scoring average of 72.41 ranks
third at GSU. Wolfes posted
15 top-5 and 22 top-10 finishes, and he is the only four-time all-conference selection and only two-time Golfer of the Year in school history.
Lippett honored
for off-field work
NEW ORLEANS — Georgia Southern women’s soccer player Katey Lippitt has been named to the Sun Belt Conference’s Leadership Team to recognize her outstanding work off the field, according to
Lippitt, a native of Lawrenceville, will complete her senior season in 2015. She enters her third season as team captain and has been a standout student, earning dean’s list honors five times.
Among her numerous off-the-field involvements, Katey works with Young Life, Athletes in Action and the Georgia Southern Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement as a site leader for Alternative Spring Break. Katey also worked an internship with Soccer Without Borders, traveling to Uganda with the organization in January 2014.
As a freshman, Katey started every game as the Eagles’ won the 2012 Southern Conference Tournament championship and the program’s first and only trip to the NCAA tournament.

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