Jerry Haas Announced 2015 Signing Class
Head coach Jerry Hass announced the 2015 signing class on Thursday
Dec. 4, 2014

By Erika Carrubba, Wake Forest Athletic Communications (@WakeMGolf)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -Wake Forest men's golf coach Jerry Haas announces that three student-athletes signed a letter of intent to attend Wake Forest next fall. Haas' class of 2015 includes Lee Detmer, Kyle Sterbinsky and Cameron Young.

"With the addition of these three talented young men the future of Wake Forest men's golf is very promising," said head coach Jerry Haas. "Along with the current underclassmen we feel the program couldn't be in a better position. These are tremendous young men as well as talented golfers. Associate head coach Dan Walters and I are very excited about the future of Wake Forest golf."

Detmer is a Washington, D.C. native where he attends St. Albans School. He is not only an accomplished golfer but an accomplished ice hockey player, earning All-Conference honors in both sports. Detmer is a three-time All-Interstate Athletic Conference golfer and won the IAC Individual Championship as a sophomore. As a junior he was named first-team All-Metropolitan by the Washington Post. He finished second at the 2014 Maryland Junior Amateur and posted top-15 finishes at the Middle Atlantic Amateur in 2013 and 2014. Detmer also has top-10 finishes at the AJGA events in Ravenwood, Philadelphia and Bethesda. Along with his partner, Morgan Egloff, Detmer qualified for the USGA Amateur Four Ball which will be played in May.

Sterbinsky is originally from Yardley, Pa. but attends The Peddie School in Hightstown, N.J. During his junior year, Sterbinsky notched his second straight Mercer County championship and carded a double eagle in taking the NJISAA Prep A title. He also earned the individual crown at the prestigious Garden State Cup. He was named a second-team Rolex junior all-American by the American Junior Golf Association. Sterbinsky is ranked No. 7 in his class by NJGS and No. 9 by Golfweek. He finished second at the 2014 Pennsylvania State Amateur and third at the AJGA Davis Love III Junior Open. As a high school freshman he qualified for sectionals of the US Open.



Young comes to Wake Forest from Scarborough, N.Y. He attends Fordham Prep and has helped the Rams to three-straight state championships. He was a member of both the 2014 Junior Ryder Cup team and Junior World Cup team. At the Junior Ryder Cup, Young helped Team USA win by a 16-8 margin. Young finished fourth at the Junior World Cup in Japan. He also finished sixth at the Junior PGA Championship in 2014. Young defeated some of the best juniors in the country to win the AJGA Polo Golf Junior Classic at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. He also won the Met Junior and tied for fifth at the Met Open. Young is currently No. 29 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking and is ranked No. 6 in the class of 2015 by NJGS.