Noah Ratner
Noah Ratner
Height: 5-9
Weight: 150
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Asheville, N.C.
High School: Asheville
Major: Sport Management



  • ranks second all-time at Guilford with a 73.435 stroke average in 108 rounds, the most in the Quakers' NCAA Division III history
  • won a school record-tying five medalist honors, including the 2013 ODAC Championship


  • Spring
    • earned his school-record third straight PING First Team All-America honor
    • collected an unprecedented third consecutive ODAC Golfer of the Year honor
    • finished 12th at the NCAA Division III Championships
    • took medalist honors at the ODAC Championships (73-81-70-224) Apr. 21-23
    • finished in second place at the Davidson Spring Invitational Mar. 4-5 (73-73-146)
    • had five top-10 finishes
    • shot a season-low 65 in the second round of the Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate Mar. 22-24
    • led the league with a 73.07 stroke average, the sixth-lowest figure in school history
  • Fall
    • led the team and ranks second in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference with a 73.67 stroke average through 12 rounds
    • won two ODAC Golfer of the Week Awards this fall, raising his career total to 11
    • finished in the top-16 in each of Guilford's five fall events, including two two-10 performances
    • placed seventh at the predominantly Division I  Hummingbird Intercollegiate Nov. 3-4 with a 74-69-143
    • shot 72-72-73-217 to finish ninth at the Golfweek D3 Preview Tournament in Destin, Fla.


  • received Nicklaus Award from the Golf Coaches' Association of America (GCAA) as the top player in NCAA Division III
  • one of 24 college golfers (all divisions) named to the GCAA's All-Nicklaus Team
  • PING First Team All-American for the second straight year, making him Guilford's ninth two-time golf All-American
  • All-South Region honoree
  • ODAC Golfer of the Year
  • First Team All-ODAC
  • spent most of the season atop the NCAA Division III Head-to-Head Player Standings before edging out national medalist Anthony Maccaglia of Oglethorpe University in the final rating
  • recorded a 72.73 season stroke average in 26 rounds, second-best in school history
  • won his first three tournaments of the year and finished with a school record-tying four medalist honors, the first of his college career
  • shot 70-72-71-213 to win the Gordin Division III Preview Sept. 27
  • finished first at the Golfweek Invitational Oct. 9-11 with a 66-69-69-204, which helped Guilford win the team title
  • earned his third victory at the O'Briant-Jensen Memorial where he shot a career-low five-under 65 in the first round and finished at 141
  • three-time ODAC Player of the Week and Guilford College Student-Athlete of the Week 



  • PING First Team All-American
  • All-South Region honoree
  • ODAC Golfer of the Year
  • First Team All-ODAC
  • Guilford's top player all season
  • posted an ODAC-best 73.1 stroke average over 28 rounds, which ranked seventh in school history
  • shot a season-low 68 at the 40th Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate and Greensboro-Gordin Classic
  • finished eighth in the May 11 Golfstat NCAA Division III Head-to-Head Player Standings
  • placed second at the ODAC Championships (75-72-71-218)
  • five-time ODAC Golfer of the Week selection
  • tied for 11th at the NCAA Championships
  • had seven top-10 finishes
  • finished third at the Greensboro-Gordin Classic Invitational (68-76-144) and third at the Davidson College Invitational (68-71-75-214)


  • named to the PING All-Freshman Team
  • ODAC Rookie of the Year, the second in Guilford history
  • First Team All-ODAC
  • finished among the top-14 in four tournaments
  • ranked 55th in’s Division III Head-to-Head Player Standings
  • his 74.89 stroke average ranked third in the ODAC
  • placed 42nd in the NCAA Division III Championships with a 302
  • placed fourth at the Johnny Palmer Invitational (74-76-150)
  • ODAC Golfer of the Week and Guilford Student-Athlete of the Week (9/28)
  • tied for fourth at the Davidson College Invitational with a team-best 222 over 54 holes
  • shot a season-low 67 at the Sea Trail Intercollegiate


  • named to 2012-13 Academic All-ODAC team
  • three-time member of Guilford's Student-Athlete Honor Roll
  • dean's list student
  • placed 19th at the 2011 Carolinas Amateur (72-72-73-74-291)
  • 2009 Western North Carolina Golfer of the Year according to the Citizen Times
  • won two gold medals at the 2009 Maccabiah Games, including the junior boys' individual gold (77-69-74-220)
  • helped the American team to a five-stroke win over Israel in the team competition
  • son of Robert and Susan Ratner
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