Anthony Delisanti

Anthony Delisanti

Yr. So.
Hometown Sanborn, N.Y.
High School (Prev. School) Niagara Wheatfield

2022-23 NCAA Regional Qualifier
2022-23 MVC Individual Medalist
2022-23 MVC Player of the Year
2022-23 All-MVC First Team
2022-23 MVC Scholar-Athlete First Team
2022-23 CSC Academic All-District Team
2022-23 Valparaiso University Male Athlete of the Year (ARC Awards)
2021-22 NCAA Regional Qualifier 
2021-22 MVC Individual Medalist
2021-22 Valparaiso University Male Performance of the Year (ARC Awards) 
2021-22 All-MVC First Team
2021-22 MVC Newcomer of the Year

2022-23: Earned an automatic NCAA Regional berth for the second straight season after repeating as the individual medalist at the Missouri Valley Conference Championship… Tabbed MVC Player of the Year while also earning a place on the All-MVC First Team and MVC Scholar-Athlete Team… Named Valparaiso University Male Athlete of the Year at the annual ARC Awards… Finished second in the Missouri Valley Conference and second in the single-season program record book with a scoring average of 71.17, behind only teammate Caleb VanArragon in both locations… Golfed in 36 rounds over 12 tournaments… Posted a season-low 64 (-7) on two occasions, the third round of the Zach Johnson Invitational (Sept. 26-27) and the second round of the MVC Championship (April 23-25). That score tied a program record for 18-hole low, both overall and in relation to par… Had 23 rounds of par or better, three individual titles, five top-5 finishes and six top-10 finishes… Shattered the MVC Championship record for 54-hole tournament score with a 200, outdoing a mark that had stood for 73 years. He finished four strokes ahead of the runner-up at the MVC Championship… His score of 200 shattered his own modern program record for 54-hole tournament score of 202 that came earlier in the season at the Zach Johnson Invitational… Now owns the top-2 54-hole tournament scores in modern program history, both overall and in relation to par… Was named the MVC Golfer of the Week four times this season… Earned Valparaiso University Presidential Academic Honors.

2021-22: Earned an automatic NCAA Regional berth by winning individual medalist honors at the MVC Championship, where he shot six under par on the back nine in the third and final round with six birdies in the final nine holes. That performance helped him come from behind to edge MVC Golfer of the Year Matthis Besard (Southern Illinois) by one stroke for the conference title... Became Valpo’s first NCAA qualifier since joining the Missouri Valley Conference... Named to the All-MVC First Team in addition to earning MVC Newcomer of the Year recognition... Finished tied for 15th in a competitive, 75-player field at the NCAA Columbus Regional by carding a 214 (74-70-70)... Tied for first in a 98-player field at the Butler Spring Invitational... Finished the season with a 72.86 scoring average and seven top-10 finishes in 14 events totaling 37 rounds... Carded par or better in 16 rounds... Season scoring average ranked fourth in program history behind only his teammate Caleb VanArragon’s first three collegiate seasons... Carded a 67 (-5) in the third round of the MVC Championship on April 26, tying for the sixth-best 18-hole score in modern program history while also tying for the third-lowest 18-hole score in MVC Championship history (since 1956)... Posted a 140 (-2) at the Twin Oaks Intercollegiate, tied for the fourth-best 36-hole tournament score in the program record book... Tied for fourth in modern program history in 36-hole tournament score in relation to par by going one stroke under at the Butler Spring Invitational in March... His MVC Championship performance earned the Valparaiso University Male Performance of the Year honor at the department’s annual ARC Awards.

Prep: Six-year starter… Helped his team to a 99-match winning streak and an overall record of 120-6 while playing under head coach Tim Codd…. Four-time Niagara Frontier League champion… Shattered a conference record for lowest match score with a six under 30… Was a Section VI Championship runner-up as a freshman, helping his team qualify for state that season… Was also a WNY Prep Talk Athlete of the Week and qualified for the National High School Invitational at Pinehurst… Posted two runner-up finishes and a third-place finish in three HJGT events, compiling a scoring average of 72 over those tournaments… Was the Buffalo District Golf Association men’s individual and match play champion, becoming the youngest player in the association’s 97-year history to accomplish that feat… Won back-to-back BDGA Junior Match Play championships and had a top 5 finish at the AJGA Junior at Southpointe… High honor roll member… Was in the top 6 percent of his class, was a NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete and a member of National Honor Society… Volunteered for SABAH, which teaches ice skating and hockey to children and adults with special needs… Was also a three-year member of his school’s varsity hockey team and a captain of both his travel team and the varsity team.