San Jose, Calif. – Felix Moesmang, a native of Munich, Germany, and Andrew Romano, out of Littleton, Colo., have each signed a National Letter-of-Intent to compete for the San Jose State men’s golf team beginning in the 2013-14 school year. Head coach John Kennaday made the announcement.
Moesmang, who spent the last two years competing for Western Texas College (head coach Walt Williams) in Snyder, Texas, was most recently the medalist at the 2013 Texas State Junior College Championship. He is 10th in the April 25 Golfstat national rankings of junior college players and won three tournaments among six top-10 finishes this year. Last year, Moesmang and WTC were the state and Region 5 champions; won the Western Junior College Athletic Conference and finished the year runners-up at the NJCAA Division I National Championship.
Romano is the reigning Colorado Junior Golf Match Play Champion. In nine Colorado Junior Golf Association (CJGA) events in 2012, he never finished out of the top-10 and earned 2012 CJGA Academic All-Star Team honors. In three Colorado High School Activities Association 5A Boys Championship tournaments, he recorded two top-25 finishes for Rock Canyon High School (head coach Jason Dunkle).
“We are excited about both of these young men joining our program,” head coach John Kennaday said. “They are made of the right stuff to be great Spartans.”
Moesmang and Romano join Scott Munger of Monte Vista High in Danville, Calif. and Matthew Ashley of San Jose’s Valley Christian High School who signed NLIs in November.