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CHICAGO – Greg Doherty, a standout player from Canada, has signed a National Letter of Intent to play golf at DePaul it was announced today by Blue Demon head coach Betty Kaufmann.

 

A native of Mississauga, Ontario, Doherty has qualified for, and survived all 36 and 54 hole cuts in the last three Canadian national junior championships as well as the last three Ontario provincial junior championships.

 

He won the 2003 Canadian Juvenile Championship while finishing sixth overall in the Canadian Junior that year and finished seventh in the 2005 Ontario Junior. Doherty has been the Most Valuable Performer of his high school golf team for the last three years and finished third in the 2004 Ontario Boy's High School Championship.

 

Doherty has played in seven AJGA tournaments since 2003 with a third place finish in one and two other Top 25 finishes. He was also a top 20 finisher in the 2004 Hudson (Ohio) Junior Invitational and was the Runner-Up in the Gold Flight of Match-Play at the 2005 International Junior Masters in East Aurora, N.Y. Doherty was a member (along with current Blue Demon, Will Cumberland) of the Ontario Junior Boys Team that defeated the South Carolina Junior Team in the 6th Annual Can-Am Team Matches in Myrtle Beach in 2004 and finished this year as the top-ranked junior boy from Ontario in the overall Golfweek Titleist junior rankings for 2005.