OCU’s Cheung, Wilson named Academic All-Americans

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City University’s Matthew Cheung and Katie Lee Wilson collected CoSIDA academic all-American at-large college division honors.

Cheung, a sophomore golfer from Brisbane, Australia, has compiled a 3.92 cumulative grade-point average pursuing an exercise science degree. He earned second-team academic all-American acclaim.

Cheung accumulated a 73.20 stroke average to go with an eagle and 71 birdies in 20 rounds in 2014-15. He became a second-team NAIA all-American and a Golf Coaches Association of America all-NAIA Central Region performer. Cheung competed in the World Amateur Team Championships for Hong Kong in September.

Wilson, a sophomore golfer from Owasso, Okla., owns a 4.00 cumulative grade-point average studying exercise science. She made the academic all-American second team.
Wilson provided the Stars with a 78.57 stroke average and 37 birdies this season. She earned second-team NAIA all-American and all-Sooner Athletic Conference nods. Wilson paced OCU with a 17th-place finish in the NAIA Championships. She carded a season-best 72 in the first round of the SAC Championships, while her sixth-place finish was a season best in 2014-15.

The Stars took sixth in the NAIA Championships on May 12-15 at Savannah Quarters Country Club in Pooler, Ga., after winning their fourth SAC championship in a row April 20-21 at Twin Hills Golf & Country Club in Oklahoma City. OCU won two tournaments this season.

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