BLACKSBURG, Va. - The Virginia Tech golf program has announced that Bryce Chalkley has signed a national letter of intent to attend Virginia Tech and play golf for the Hokies in Fall 2010.
Chalkley, from Richmond, Virginia, attends St. Christopher’s School, where he is an honor student. For the class of 2010, he is currently ranked 27th in the Polo Golf Rankings and 53rd overall nationally.
Earlier this year, he won his second consecutive Virginia Prep League Championship and was named to the VISAA All-State First Team for the second year in a row. He also won the 2009 American Junior Golf Association Kingsmill Open, has seven top-10 finishes in AJGA events and has won an event on the IJGT and FCWT junior circuits. He was a two-time selection to represent Virginia in both the Virginias/Carolinas and the Virginia/West Virginia Junior Team Matches.
“Bryce is a very consistent player who has succeeded on the junior and amateur levels and continues to work hard to improve,” Virginia Tech head coach Jay Hardwick said. “An excellent student, Bryce should have an outstanding career at Virginia Tech on the course, as well as in the classroom.”
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