Noah Barth has been named G-MAC Men's Golfer of the Week.
As the GLIAC Freshman of the Year and PING All-Midwest Region selection in his first year with the program, Barth was primed to be one of the elite making the transition into a new league.
As is the case with all Dragons' student-athletes in their first year with the Great Midwest, fans are seeing the kind of impact and talent the institution is producing at this stage of the fall season.
Barth is the latest to make that impression after winning medalist honors in a deep field of 59 players at the Great Midwest Fall Invitational.
Barth edged out last year's championship medalist and conference freshman of the year Blain Turner by one stroke in the final scoring.
The Swedish product was at even par or better in all three rounds to finish with a cumulative total of 212 (-4) while the Dragons placed fourth as a team.
Barth sandwiched a 3-under par 69 in between an even par 72 and 1-under par 71 to record his second top-10 finish in as many events this season. He also tied for sixth in Tiffin's season opener at the Ohio Cup.
At 71.80 through five rounds scored, Barth currently ranks third in the conference in scoring average behind Turner (70.0) and Hillsdale's Liam Purslowe (71.70).