WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – The Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) announced that Cole bradley and Joe weiler were named PING All-Midwest Region.
Weiler is taking home all-region honors for the second time after being nominated last year. Weiler has had an outstanding senior season, leading the team in stroke average (72.17), while also finishing tied for second at the Big Ten Championships, Purdue’s highest result since Pariya Junhasavasdikul won medal honors in 2007. He tied for 10e to the NCAA Noblesville Regional for his fourth top 10 of the season. He would finish with 12 or better even rounds (out of 24 played) and has seven top 10 finishes in 14 events over the past two seasons.
Weiler has the fourth and fifth lowest stroke averages in school history (5e – 2021; 4e – 2020) and ranks sixth on the school’s average career stroke list.
and has three top-5 finishes in seven events this spring. Weiler leads the team with an average of 72.33 strokes and now has the weakest fourth and fifth stroke averages in school history (4e in 2020 – 72.05). In addition to his second place in the Big Ten, he tied for fourth at Timuquana Collegiate and Boilermaker Invitational.
In his last two seasons, he has finished seven in the top 10 in 14 events. He currently ranks sixth on the school’s average career stroke list (73.52).
Bradley, meanwhile, his first region-wide accolade after a stellar last month. Bradley won the NCAA Noblesville Regional for his first career victory and currently sits in T-11e at the NCAA National Championships for Sunday’s third round. Entering the third round, he has an average of 72.27 strokes, good for the sixth in the history of the school. He was the first-round leader in Scottsdale after shooting a 4-under par 66, the lowest round for a Purdue player in NCAA championship history.
He recorded three top 20 results, including one in the top 20 at the Big Ten Championships. He was 10 years olde at the Hootie Intercollegiate in Bulls Bay and has nine career best results, The Team Leader.