New York, N.Y. - Each week the Skyline Conference highlights one student-athlete for their success on and off the field. This week the Skyline Spotlight features Farmingdale State senior Adam Larkin.
Sport: Men's Golf
Hometown: Bellmore, NY
High School: Mepham
2013 Season Highlights: Larkin played in seven events this fall registering five wins, a runner-up and a fifth-place finish…he tied his school-record score of 68 at the Farmingdale State Skyline Invitational…has a 73.82 stroke average in 11 rounds this fall…named the Skyline Conference Player of the Year after winning the individual title at the league championship (Oct. 20-21) with a two-round score of 143 (+3).
Career Highlights: Skyline Conference Player of the Year in 2010, 2011 and 2013…four-time first-team all-conference honoree…tabbed first-team All-Northeast Region in 2012-13…has 22 wins to date…holds a career stroke a average of 76.19 over 78 rounds played…played in the NCAA Championships each year at Farmingdale State and recorded a hole-in-one as a freshman in 2011.
In The Classroom: Larkin is a Business Management major and is on track to graduate this May.
Did You Know? In 2012, Adam appeared in both the United States Public Links Championship and the Metropolitan Open.
"Adam is the best player
in the history of Farmingdale State golf. He is a big reason why
Farmingdale has captured four straight Skyline Championships and
participated in the NCAA's each of those years. Adam is a team
leader on and off the course and works very hard to improve his
game on a daily basis. More importantly, Adam is a great person
with an inviting personality."
Farmingdale State head coach Tom Azzara
To view previous spotlights on the Skyline Conference website, click HERE.