Men's Golf adds transfer Matthew McCulloch

Men's Golf adds transfer Matthew McCulloch

PUEBLO, Colo. (June 7, 2018) - Colorado State University-Pueblo Director of Golf Josh Koschke has added transfer Matthew McCulloch to the 2018-19 roster from Oakland University. 

"Matthew adds a dynamic we have yet to have during my 10 years of coaching at CSU-Pueblo," Koschke said. "As a Division I transfer from Oakland University, he brings a massive amount of talent and experience playing high-level competitive college golf. He obviously was a top recruit out of high school and looks to start fresh at CSU-Pueblo to help us advance past the NCAA Regional. He will have the ability to immediately help replace Neil Tillman, our lone graduating senior and anchor in the lineup for the last four years."

Matthew McCulloch, Stranraer, Scotland, Stanraer Academy, Oakland University

Oakland University (2016-18): Averaged 78.3 in three rounds as a freshman, which included shooting a 75 at the NKU Fall Classic ... Played one tournament as a sophomore, the CSU Invitaitonal, where he carded a three-round 244 (+28) to finish T-56th. 

Stanraer Academy: Member of both Scottish U-16 and U-18 National Boys Performance teams ... Served as captain on seven occasions in international play ... Recorded seven top 10 finishes in Scottish National events from 2013-16 ... Played on the Scotland Schools Team the three seasons before college ... Won the Paul Lawrie Foundation Scottish Schools Boys Championship in 2014 ... Finished fourth at the SGU Junior Tour U-18 Championship ... Helped Scotland Schools Team to a victory over England in the Schoolboys International Championship.

Personal: Son of Graeme and Wendy McCulloch … Intends to major in sports business management at CSU-Pueblo.

McCulloch adds to the European flavor of the men's squad, as there are three student-athletes on the current roster from Ireland, Scotland and the United Kingdom. The ThunderWolves returned to the NCAA Region Championships for the second straight season in 2017-18. The Pack had two All-RMAC performers and finished third at the RMAC Championships.

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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.