NEWARK, Del. -- University of Delaware men’s golf head coach Mike Keogh has announced that Matt Bastian will join the Blue Hens this spring while three high school standouts will join the program next fall.

Bastian, a native of Media, Pa., was a two-time first team All-State selection at nearby Archmere Academy. He has qualified for the last three Pennsylvania Opens, and earned a top 20 ranking for the IJGT during the 2014-15 season.

Christian Chapman, a Victor, N.Y., native who attends Victor High School, won the 2016 New York State Junior Championship with a six under par score of 68-70-138. A three-time first team All-Greater Rochester and three-time Daily Messenger Player of the Year, Chapman won the 2016 Section 5 Championship and the 2016 Section 5 Monroe County Championship. Last summer he fired a 63 in an AJGA event at Saucon Valley Country Club.

Jake Hanzel, a native of Sewell, N.J. who attends Washington Township High School, qualified for the U.S. Junior Amateur by carding a 74-69-143 at Chesapeake Bay Rising Sun. He then fired a 153 at the Amateur, missing the match play cut by just two strokes. Hanzel, who won the IJGT Philly Showcase with a 74-73-147, represented the Golf Association of Philadelphia at the 53rd Williamson Cup.

Luke Shevlin, a Thornton, Pa. native who attends Rustin High School, shot a 73 at the PIAA East Regional Championships at Golden Oaks Golf Club. He fired a 147 at the PIAA District 1 Championships at Turtle Creek Golf Course, and placed second at the Club Championship at Concord Country Club with a 148 score.

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