Dominic DiGiacomo
Dominic DiGiacomo
Height: 5-9
Weight: 150
Year: So.
Hometown: Ocean City, N.J.
High School: Ocean City

2015-16: DiGiacomo completed one of the best two-year careers in Owens golf history as a sophomore. He was named First Team All-OCCAC, First Team All-Region XII, Region XII Player of the Year, PING All-East Region, NJCAA Division II All-National Tournament Team and NJCAA Second Team All-American. He medaled three tournaments, including the Region XII tournament. On April 17, he was named the OCCAC golfer of the week.

In the fall season, DiGiacomo averaged 76 strokes over seven rounds. In eight conference tournaments, he averaged 75.75 strokes, including a season-low 69 on April 17, to finish third overall. In the Region XII tournament, he shot a 218 (+2) over three rounds to finish first. Then, in the NJCAA Division II National Tournament, he shot a 292 (+4) over four rounds to tie for 13th place, which was the highest individual finish at the national tournament by an Owens golfer in program history.

In 15 spring rounds, he averaged a team-low 74.4 strokes. In postseason play, that average was lowered to 72.86 strokes over seven rounds, which also led the team. Overall, DiGiacomo averaged 74.91 strokes over 22 tournaments as a sophomore.

In his two-year career, DiGiacomo averaged 75.5 strokes over 44 total rounds, which included a 75.27 fall average and a 75.62 spring average. In conference play, he averaged 76.79 strokes over 14 rounds. In Region XII play, he averaged 74.17 strokes through six rounds. At the national tournament, he averaged 74 strokes over eight rounds. In postseason play, he averaged 74.07 strokes through 14 total rounds.

2014-15: As a freshman, DiGiacomo finished as the team's third best golfer behind sophomores Harrison Long and Philippe Weppernig in terms of total season average. Over 22 total rounds, he averaged 76.1 strokes. Over eight fall tournaments, he averaged 74.6 strokes. Over 14 spring tournaments, he averaged 76.9 strokes.

In OCCAC play, DiGiacomo averaged 78.2 strokes over six rounds. That was good enough for him to finish fifth in the conference, and he was named First Team All-OCCAC.

In Region XII tournament play, DiGiacomo shot rounds of 73-76-78 for a total of 227 (+11). He finished in ninth place and was named First Team All-Region XII and was a member of the Region XII All-Tournament team.

At the NJCAA Division II National Tournament, DiGiacomo shot rounds of 70-74-79-77 for a total of 300 (+12). He finished in a tie for 62nd place. His round of 70 tied his season-low set on Sept. 9 in the Spiess Memorial.

In postseason play (Region XII and NJCAA Division II National Tournament), DiGiacomo averaged 75.3 strokes over seven rounds.

Following the season, he was named the team's Co-Coaches Award winner along with Wyatt Spalding.

Prior to Owens: As a junior, DiGiacomo earned First Team All-Cape Atlantic League honors while breaking school records for lowest nine hole round (32) and lowest nine hole average (37.10). He shot a 75 to finish second among 220 participants in the Carl Arena Tournament, and he tied for second place with a 75 among 105 participants in the Garden State Cup. 

Also during his junior year, DiGiacomo earned two first place finishes and a third place finish in Junior Golf of America (JGA) events. He had two rounds of 80 on Sept. 22 and Sept. 29 to capture first place in the JGA Tour at Atlantic City, he shot a 73 for first place at the JGA Tour at Greate Bay Country Club on Oct. 6 and he took home third at SJGA at Woodcrest Country Club on Oct. 20.

On the national scene, DiGiacomo won the 2013 Optimist International District Qualifier at Greate Bay with a 72. In doing so, he participated in the 2013 Optimist International Championship in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. July 31-Aug. 4. While there, he shot rounds of 87-75-78 for a 240.

DiGiacomo has lettered on varsity all three years. As a freshman, he shot a 75 to place third in the Garden State Cup under the tutelage of his high school coach Skip Angelo. 

Personal: Dominic is the son of Ron and Gina DiGiacomo.