Team Canada athletes commit to collegiate teamsWritten by Golf Canada
Wednesday, Nov. 8 marked the day where the majority of early national letters of intent are signed to attend collegiate golf programs both in the United States and Canada.
Among those to sign were Team Canada Amateur and Development Squad athletes Grace St-Germain, Peyton Callens, Johnny Travale, Nolan Thoroughgood and Thomas Critch:
Grace St-Germain (Ottawa) – after two years with the Daytona State Falcons, St-Germain will join the University of Arkansas Razorbacks.
Officially signed to join @RazorbackWGolf for Fall 2018. Thank you to my family, friends, coaches, supporters and everyone who helped get me to this point. I would not be who I am without all of you. I am so grateful! pic.twitter.com/WztxJMWtIo
— Grace (@gracestgermain) November 8, 2017
Peyton Callens (Langton, Ont.) – set to join the Texas A&M Aggies alongside senior and Team Canada Women’s Amateur Squad member Maddie Szeryk.
Nolan Thoroughgood (Victoria, B.C.) – will stay on the west coast, set to join the Oregon State Beavers.
Johnny Travale (Stoney Creek, Ont.) – signed with the Kent State Golden Hawks, set to follow in the footsteps of program graduates Mackenzie Hughes, Corey Conners and Taylor Pendrith.
Thomas Critch (Cedar Park, Texas) – signed to join St-Germain and the University of Arkansas Razorbacks.