The duo led the Lions in their historic effort to the NCAA DII Final Four in May.
Savoie was named a second team All-American while Gendron picked up third team All-America honors. Of the 25 student-athletes that made up the three All-America teams, 13 were from the Sunshine State Conference (SSC).
Savoie was ranked seventh in the Division II for the majority of his sophomore campaign and averaged a team low 72.00 stroke average. He turned in seven top-10 finishes, including a fourth place finish at the NCAA Championships.
Gendron turned in the highest finish by a Saint Leo individual at the NCAA Championships in program history. The sophomore finished in third place, and completed the year with a 72.69 stroke average and two top-10 finishes.
Ray Badenhorst, Florida Tech