LCSC's McCracken earns another honor as PING third-team All-American
Lewis-Clark State College’s Connor McCracken added another award to his stellar college career as he was named NAIA PING third-team All-American for 2010-11.
McCracken, who is from Eagle, Idaho, finished up his playing career at LCSC by helping the Warriors to a fifth-place finish at the NAIA national tournament in late May. That is the best finish by the Warrior men’s golf team at nationals.
McCracken was a three-time first-team all-Frontier Conference selection and was the conference’s Player of the Year the previous two seasons before being co-Player of the Year as a senior. He earned third-team All-America NAIA honors the past two seasons.
McCracken is the most honored golfer in the history of the men’s golf program at LCSC.