From left, Hope men's golf coach Bob Ebels and men's golfer Winton Munch

For the second season in a row, Hope College’s Winton Munch has earned men’s golf Most Valuable Player honors in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association.

Munch, who was the season medalist with an average round of 73.9, headlined this year’s All-MIAA men’s golf team that was announced at the conclusion of Tuesday’s final season Jamboree, in which Hope claimed the season championship.

Munch is the third Hope golfer to be MIAA medalist and MIAA MVP in consecutive seasons. He follows Steven Strock (2008-09) and Eric Wohlfield (1998-99).

It is the 22nd time all-time a Hope golfer has been MIAA medalist and the 18th time a Hope golfer has been league MVP.

The Flying Dutchmen placed three players on the first team, while Trine, Adrian and Calvin each had one. 

All-MIAA First Team
**Winton Munch, Hope (sophomore from Traverse City, Michigan/Traverse City Central HS)
**Collin Breit, Hope (senior from Muskegon, Michigan/Western Michigan Christian HS)
*Ben Lanting, Hope (senior from Littleton, Colorado/Front Range Christian HS)
*Cody Knapp, Trine (junior from Liberty Center, Ohio/Liberty Center HS)
**David Smith, Kalamazoo (sophomore from Highland, Michigan/Clarkston Everest Collegiate HS) 
*John VanNoord, Calvin (freshman from Troy, Michigan/Oakland Christian HS)

All-MIAA Second Team
Evan Telzerow, Hope (senior from Grand Rapids, Michigan/Forest Hills Northern HS)
Corey Bremigan, Trine (junior from Russia, Ohio/Russia HS)
Connor Dwyer, Trine (junior from Coldwater, Michigan/Coldwater HS)
Cameron McKee, Adrian (senior from Newmarket, Ontario, Canada/Huron Heights Secondary)
Phil Ritchie, Kalamazoo (sophomore from Novi, Michigan/Detroit Catholic Central HS)
Ben VanScoyk, Calvin (freshman from Grand Rapids, Michigan/Grand Rapids Christian HS)