NEWARK, Del. -- University of Delaware men’s golf head coach Mike Keogh has announced that high school standout Erik Dulik has committed to UD and will begin playing for the Blue Hens during the 2014 fall season.

Dulik, who attends Dominion High School in Sterling, Va., was named Washington Post All-Met honorable mention as a sophomore and junior. He won the 2013 VHSL 4A state championship by five strokes after carding a 72-69-141.

Dulik also captured the 4A North region tournament by carding a 68, and was the only player in the 72-person field with a score below par. Additionally he won the Curly Licklider Memorial Tournament, which consisted of 17 schools and 102 players, by shooting a 107 over 27 holes.

Dulik posted a runner up finish by carding a 71 during the first ever Loudoun County High School Championship, while he placed sixth in the Conference 21 tournament with a 76 score.

Dulik won the MAPGA Junior Tour tournament event at the University of Maryland by firing a 72, and tied for first place at the Optimist International qualifier. He was also the last remaining player from Virginia in the WMGA’s 79th Annual Frank Emmit Schoolboy, when he finished fourth with a 76-70-70-216.

Dulik qualified for the 2013 Capital Cup with a 72, and subsequently won his singles match at TPC Avenel Farms by the largest margin in the tournament.

“For numerous years, the state of Virginia has produced many proven players who starred in college and on the Professional Golfers Tour. To acquire a player of Erik’s quality this late in the process is a definite coup for Delaware,” Keogh said. “He was extremely careful in his selection process, and both he and our program are the benefactors of his diligence.”