Norwalk Golfer Cameron Wilson Wins Division I College Championship

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Norwalk native and St. Luke's graduate Cameron Wilson is the NCAA Division I men's gold individual champion after taking the title on Monday.
Norwalk native and St. Luke's graduate Cameron Wilson is the NCAA Division I men's gold individual champion after taking the title on Monday. Photo Credit: GoStanford.com

NORWALK, Conn. -- Norwalk native Cameron Wilson, a graduate of St. Luke's School in New Canaan, joined elite company on Monday as he became the first Stanford University student since Tiger Woods to win the NCAA Division I men's golf individual championship, according to GoStanford.com.

Wilson sank a birdie putt on the third playoff hole of the tournament to narrowly top Georgia Tech’s Ollie Schniederjans at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan., according to the article.

Wilson is just the third golfer in Stanford University history to win the individual title.

He shot a six-under 204 over the three-day tournament. He was helped by an astounding seven-under 63 on the second day of the championship, which is reportedly tied for the second-lowest single-round score in Stanford history.

Click here to read the full GoStanford.com report.

Click here to see video highlights of Wilson's win from the NCAA.

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