Grant, left, and Cameron Rappleye are wrapping up their fourth and final year at Sacramento State by next week leading the men's golf team into its first Division I playoff appearance after more than 20 years at the D-I level in Sacramento, Calif., May 10, 2012. The brothers (part of triplets) grew up in Elk Grove and were a recruiting coup for Sac State and they have finally achieved some of the promise they held when they decided to stay local for college instead of taking higher-profile offers elsewhere.
Grant, left, and Cameron Rappleye are wrapping up their fourth and final year at Sacramento State by next week leading the men's golf team into its first Division I playoff appearance after more than 20 years at the D-I level in Sacramento, Calif., May 10, 2012. The brothers (part of triplets) grew up in Elk Grove and were a recruiting coup for Sac State and they have finally achieved some of the promise they held when they decided to stay local for college instead of taking higher-profile offers elsewhere. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
Grant, left, and Cameron Rappleye are wrapping up their fourth and final year at Sacramento State by next week leading the men's golf team into its first Division I playoff appearance after more than 20 years at the D-I level in Sacramento, Calif., May 10, 2012. The brothers (part of triplets) grew up in Elk Grove and were a recruiting coup for Sac State and they have finally achieved some of the promise they held when they decided to stay local for college instead of taking higher-profile offers elsewhere. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com

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