May 28, 2013
EAST LANSING, Mich. - Michigan State men's golf senior Matthew Moseley was named to the PING All-Midwest Region Team, announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) on Tuesday. Moseley earned the all-region honor for the first time in his career.
"Another great accolade for Matthew in his wonderful season," said MSU head coach Casey Lubahn. "His consistency on the course was only bested by his determined preparation in practice. He brought a great level of focus and attention to detail in everything that he did this season and it certainly paid off in great play.
"I am extremely proud of him and look forward to watching his career continue after he finishes his studies here at MSU."
A second-team All-Big Ten selection, Moseley led the Spartans throughout his senior season. His season was capped off by individually qualifying for the NCAA Regionals, tying for 22nd in Columbus, Ohio. For the season, Moseley led MSU with a 73.92 scoring average, which ranks 14th on the Spartan single-season list. He also posted nine top-25 finishes in his 12 stroke play events, including three top-5 showings, highlighted by winning the Colleton River Collegiate.
For his career, Moseley concluded seventh on the Spartan career scoring average list at 74.84.
Moseley is the 13th Spartan overall to earn PING All-Region honors, and the second in Lubahn's two seasons as head coach (Dan Ellis last season).
A total of 155 players across six regions - Northeast, East, Southeast, Midwest, Central and West - earned all-region honors for 2012.