June 23, 2016
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Tee-k Kelly received an exclamation point to his Buckeye playing career on Thursday (June 23), earning Division-I PING All-America Honorable Mention, announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA).
Kelly captured medalist honors for the NCAA Kohler Regional, becoming the first Buckeye to ever do so, and advance to the NCAA Championships. There, he registered a share of 30th place in the 156-player field through 56 holes, missing the cut by a lone stroke. First-year head coach Jay Moseley oversaw Ohio State’s first All-American since Bo Hoag also garnered honorable mention in 2009.
Kelly represents the only Buckeye to play in all 13 events during the 2015-16 season. In 38 rounds, he posted a team-best 73.16 season stroke average. He registered 19 rounds at or under par and dipped into the 60s five times during his senior campaign. Kelly also captured medalist honors at the Lone Star Invitational.