Spring Arbor University’s Cameron Conley earns his first All-Crossroads League selection
JTV Sports | May 10th, 2019 | Chris Bauman
Spring Arbor, Michigan– Spring Arbor University senior Cameron Conley closed out his outstanding career by earning his first All-Crossroads League selection, as announced by the league office Wednesday.
Conley becomes Spring Arbor’s first all-league performer since the 2014-15 season when Cody Lysher secured the honor.
The Grand Ledge, Michigan product put together a spectacular campaign in his final season with the Cougars. He placed in the top-three in a total of three events, including one runner-up finish, and recorded the best scoring average of his four-year career, posting a team-leading 74.6 in 18 rounds played. His season-low round was a five-under par 67 he fired at the Lou Collins Memorial Classic at Bedford Valley Golf Club in the fall, which tied the program’s all-time record set by SAU Hall of Famer Roy Adair in 2001 at the same course.
Conley has either ranked first or second on the team in scoring average in each of his four seasons. He has 10 career top-10 finishes and eight career top-5 finishes.
Conley’s name litters the SAU record book. Along with sharing the program’s best 18-hole score, he holds the third-best 36-hole score (142) and the fifth-best 54-hole score (221), both of which he carded this season.