Where our IJGA graduates are going next year!

School Year Recap: Find out where IJGA graduates are going next year!

High school graduation is one of the proudest and most fulfilling moments in a student’s academic career. It is not just the culmination of years of hard work but also the beginning of a whole new challenge – college.  For our students, college, and the opportunity to play collegiate golf, is the goal and this year’s graduating class certainly did not disappoint. Below is a list of IJGA’s 2017 graduates and universities they will be attending this coming fall:

 

Adam Miller(PG) – Chowan University

Alejandro Guillen – Savannah College of Art and Design

Anton Ugnivenko – Tennessee Tech University

Arjun Puri – Columbia University

Colton Tanner – University of Utah

Demetrius Johnson – Fairmont State University

Frank Parisi(PG) – Saint Francis College

Jason Hijazi – Alabama University

Jose Javier Chavez – Auburn University

Kanata Irei – Coastal Carolina University

Kayla Kozak – University of Central Florida

Konosuke Takahahi – Marymount California University

Kotaro Nishimura – Savannah College of Art and Design

Linda Trockel – University of Louisville

Lino Galdin – Mercer University

Matthew Thomas – Savannah State University

Oreo Prommart – University of Cincinnati

Punya Khanna – Depaul University

Santiago Diaz – Alabama University

Saptak Talwar – Sacred Heart University

Sera Tadokoro – University of Kansas

Shiso Go – Eastern Tennessee State University

Shunsuke Omura – Temple University

Stephanie Orrell – Queens University (Canada)

Victor Sanchez – Indiana University

Wint Phoo Nadi Aung – Indiana University

Yuna Sato – University of Central Oklahoma

 

With the incredible talent we have, it is no surprise to see our students being accepted to schools of this caliber. We look forward to following how this group of graduates progresses not only in their golfing careers but also into young adults. From all of the coaches and staff here at IJGA, we are proud of this class of 2017 and want to wish this group the best of luck as they move onto their next exciting chapter.

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