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SHERIDAN — Cameron Lindell is back to golfing in Wyoming. After two years at Tyler Junior College in Tyler, Texas, University of Wyoming golf coach Joe Jensen announced Lindell’s signing late Tuesday.
“Cameron was a good player coming out of high school, but he really took advantage of playing at the junior college level,” Jensen said in a release from the school. “He won several tournaments, was named an All-American and became a highly recruited athlete.”
Lindell averaged 75.39 strokes in 51 rounds in his Tyler career, and last year as a sophomore he led the team in strokes per round with 75.48 after finishing with 75.31 strokes per round as a freshman.
“He matured and committed himself to the game in a very good situation,” Jensen said. “Returning to his home state, he knows what to expect so he will fit in with our program very well.”
Lindell, a 2011 graduate of Sheridan High School, was an all-conference performer for four years under Larry Martoglio and was All-State twice. During his time there, Sheridan won three conference titles, two state titles and posted a 30-plus tournament win streak.
He joins current Wyoming golfer and former SHS teammate Kamrin Allen.
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