The honors were announced Monday at the league's annual award banquet following the first round of the OVC Championship.
Slattery, a junior from Rockford, Illinois, entered the Championship with the third-best scoring average in the OVC at 72.6. It is the lowest season average of his career and currently ranks second all-time for a single season at SIUE. His best finish in the regular season came at Missouri State's Twin Oaks Intercollegiate where he was second of the 73 golfers. Slattery has carded a career-low 68 for a round three separate times this season.
Harre, a senior from Nashville, Illinois, is sixth in the OVC in scoring at 73.0. His scoring average currently ranks in the top five all-time for a single season at SIUE. Harre tied for seventh at Loyola where he recorded the lowest round of his career (68) and his best 54-hole total (204).
This season marks the first in which two SIUE golfers have been chosen to the All-OVC team. Including Slattery and Harre, only four SIUE golfers have been selected to the All-OVC team.
UT Martin's Hunter Richardson was chosen as the OVC Player of the Year. Jacksonville State's Jesus Montenegro earned Freshman of the Year honors. Eastern Kentucky's Pat Stephen was named the Coach of the Year.