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Kaleb Gorbahn (above), Joey Medora (below) and Demitri Keopradit (below) have chosen to join the Saints next season
Men's Golf - Thu, Mar. 27, 2014

John Brodbeck

Sports Information Director

NOTRE DAME, Ind. – First year head golf coach T.J. Mannen has announced the signing of Kaleb Gorbahn, Joey Medora and Demitri Keopradit  for the 2014-2015 season.

"We're excited to add Kaleb, Joey and Demitri for next season," said coach Mannen. "All three possess a great skill set and will really help us continue our success next season."

Gorbahn joins the Saints from Smithers, British Columbia where he has been his high school's MVP every year playing and winning 13 of 18 events. Kaleb competed in the 2013 Canadian men's amateur where he had the opportunity to play with the top players in Canada. He won the long drive competition in 2012 during provincials and looks forward to leading his team to a provincial championship this season.

Aside from athletics, Gorbahn has acted in many school plays.

The son of Dana and Shannon Gorbahn, Kaleb plans to study business at Holy Cross.

"Kaleb continues our tradition of great Canadian athletes playing for Holy Cross," Mannen stated. "He is an exciting and dynamic player that can score low at any given tournament. "He has a great swing with the potential to do great things."

Joey Medora joins the Saints from Bishop, California where he's currently in his fourth season as a member of the golf team at Bishop Union High School. Medora played two summers in the Northern Nevada Junior Golf Association (NNJGA) where he won three events. In his last year in the NNJGA, Medora shot a 66 at Redhawk Country Club in Sparks, Nevada to win the tournament by eight strokes.

A three-year of the California Interscholastic Federation Team to date, Medora has also made individuals twice.

The son of Mark Medora and Cyndi Raftevold, Joey plans to study business at Holy Cross.

"Joey is an unbelievable talent from California," continued Mannen. "He has a proven scoring average that can compete at the top level as well as possessing the skills necessary to keep this program at its current high level and even take it a step further."

Demitri Keopradit joins the Saints from Lee High School in Springfield, Virginia where he has been a member of the varsity golf team.

He's had a number of successful rounds in a year and a half on the junior circuit, including a career-low of 69.

"Demitri has great potential to be one of the best players we've had at Holy Cross," Mannen said. "He has a great swing and has worked with instructors from the Butch Harmon Academy. "I think we are just scratching the surface of his abilities."

Demitri plans to study business while attending Holy Cross.