Campbell led wire-to-wire and Wednesday became the first men’s golf team to win PGA Jones Cup four times.
The Camels built on their four-stroke lead entering the second and final round to win by 11 strokes over runner-up Florida State. The event had players from the 19 colleges and universities accredited by the PGA of America for aspiring PGA professionals.
Florida State’s Spencer Smith earned medalist honors with a two-day total of 145. Smith and Central Oklahoma’s Justin Watkins were the only players to shoot under par during the second round.
Campbell and Mississippi State were vying for a record fourth title.
A 21-4 run that spanned portions of both halves broke open the contest for North Carolina, which will open the regular season Nov. 14 against Howard. The Eagles shot just 18 percent from the floor, and they didn’t score until the 12-minute, 34-second mark on a layup from Lacy Miller.
Craddock, a forward, and Wold, a midfielder, were honored for a third time. Craddock leads the team in goals with 11.
Shealy, a forward, and Travers, a back, were named All-ACC for the first time. Shealy ranks second on the team in points (29) and goals (10) and is tied for the team lead in assists with nine.
Duke (12-5, 2-4) will host the ACC field hockey championship as the No. 7 seed and will take on No. 2 seed North Carolina (16-2, 4-2) at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the quarterfinals.
A year after garnering third team All-America recognition, Blazing ranks among the top goalkeepers nationally this fall. A Durham native, she leads the ACC in save percentage (.791) and ranks fourth in the nation in the category. She also owns a 1.05 goals-against average to come in second in the conference and fifth nationally.
Johnson, a midfielder, leads the Blue Devils in assists (six) and ranking second in goals (six) and points (18).
Two former members of the Wolfpack were with the Knights this past season in Eric Surkamp and Carlos Rodon, the No. 3 overall pick in the 2014 major league draft.