USD Places Four on Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars List

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July 23, 2014

 NORMAN, Okla. - Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars for Divisions I, II and the NAIA have been announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America. A total of 207 players in Division I, 75 in Division II and 11 in NAIA earned the honor, highlighted by four University of San Diego men's golfers.

To be eligible for Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar status an individual must be a junior or senior academically, compete in at least three full years at the collegiate level, participate in 50-percent of his team's competitive rounds, have a stroke-average under 76.0 in Division I, 78.0 in Division II, 77.0 in NAIA and 79.0 in Division III, and maintain a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.2. A recipi­ent must also be of high moral character and be in good standing at his college or university.

Representing the Toreros on this list are Joe Carlson, Mathias Dahl, Grant Forrest, and Taylor Schmidt

 Division I Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars

Mortiz Ackerhans, DePaul

Anders Albertson, Georgia Tech

Brian Anania, Marshall

Michael Anderson, Washington State

Bo Andrews, Georgia Tech

Stephen Archibald, BYU

Lucas Armstrong, Middle Tennessee

Matt Ball Jr, VCU

Eric Banks, Florida

Joshua Baskins, Nevada

James Beale, Mercer

James Beck, Kennesaw State

Colby Benton, UALR

Sam Bernstein, Yale


 

 

Michael Blair, Eastern Michigan

Michael Borton, Furman

Eric Brady, East Carolina

Grady Brame, Southeastern Louisiana

Phillip Brennan, Troy

Stefan Brewer, UNCW

Alex Burge, Illinois

Joe Carlson, San Diego

Niclas Carlsson, Auburn

Carson Castellani, Michigan State

Christian Chalkley, Virginia Tech

Garrit Chambers, Washington

Cole Chelle, UMKC

Brandon Cloete, Marquette

McCormick Clouser, Ball State

Aaron Cockerill, Idaho

Samuel Cole, Southern Utah

Corey Conners, Kent State

Baptista Courtachon, Southeastern Louisiana

Taylor Cox, Southern Illinois - Edwardsville

Lukas Crisp, Francis Marion

Dylan Crowley, St. John's

Emilio Cuartero, Missouri

Alex Cusumano, Loyola (Chicago)

Mathias Dahl, San Diego

Sam Daley, Iowa State

Mike Dart, Utah Valley

Will Davenport, Yale

Ian Davis, Oklahoma State

Kevin DeHuff, Pepperdine

Matthew DeJohn, Central Connecticut State

Nick Dennis, Loyola (Chicago)

Will DiIanni, Elon

Roy Dixon, UNC-Greensboro

Tolver Dozier, Troy

Todd Eckstein, Davidson

Tommy Economou, Rice

Alex Ehlert, UNC-Greensboro

Brayden Eriksen, Utah Valley

Will Evans, Georgia Southern

Mathieu Fenasse, Liberty

David Fink, Oregon State

Jack Fiscus, UMKC

Ben Fogler, Vanderbilt

Grant Forrest, San Diego

Richard Fountain, Davidson College

Parker Frieburg, Illinois State

Matt Fry, Towson

Michael Garretson, of South Alabama

Sean Gaudette, Yale

Alex Gaugert, Minnesota

Cory Gaylord, Memphis

Michael Gellerman, Oklahoma

Wally Gonzalez, Hartford

Ricardo Gouveia, UCF

Patrick Grahek, of Notre Dame

Joshua Granger, UC Davis

Robert Grant, Alabama State

Jacob Groninger, IPFW

Tyler Gruca, Georgia State

Joe Gunerman, Towson

Brandon Hagy, California

Toni Hakula, Texas

Jordan Hammer, BYU

Robert Harper, Seton Hall

Cameron Harrell, Colorado State

Kyle Henning, Valparaiso

Alex Hicks, William & Mary

Tanner Higham, Utah State

Robby Hill, Army

Chance Holden, Arkansas State

Jacob Holt, Southern Utah

Nathan Hughes, UMKC

Lane Hulse, South Alabama

Jordan Janico, Vanderbilt

Greg Jarmas, Princeton

Michael Johnson, Weber State

Carl Jonson, UNLV

Daniel Keddie, Tennessee

Blake Kelley, South Alabama

Charlie Kern, William & Mary

Scott Kim, Oregon State

Drew Kirby, Southern Mississippi

Tyler Klava, South Alabama

Jonathan Klotz, Kennesaw State

Kyle Kmiecik, Kent State

Hunter Kraus, Missouri

Steven Kupcho, Northern Colorado

Nick Langley, Missouri State

Bennett Lavin, Northwestern

Theo Lederhausen, Harvard

Brian Lee, Hawaii

Jack Lempke, Louisiana Tech

Antoine LeSaux, Louisville

Joe Lewis, Mississippi

Scott Lowe, Santa Clara

Tyler Lowenstein, Minnesota

Mark MacDonald, Miami

Brad Mason, UTA

Ian McConnell, Liberty

Ryan McCormick, St. John's

Edward McCrossen, Georgetown

Xander McDonald-Smith, Penn State

Brent McKenzie, Wofford

Payne McLeod, UNCW

Alex McMahon, Arizona

Tyler Merkel, Ball State

Jeffrey Merrell, Houston Baptist

Landon Michelson, Rice

David Mills, Indiana

Akash Mirchandani, Harvard

Andrew Mlynarski, Ohio

Ted Moon, Belmont

Trey Mullinax, University of

Zack Munroe, College of Charleston

Keenan Nelson, Fresno State

Scott Newell, Oral Roberts

Michael O'Connor, CSUN

Erik Oja, Arizona

John O'Toole, Cinncinati

Bailey Patrick, North Carolina

Brett Patterson, Middle Tennessee

William Pearson, Memphis

Victor Perez, New Mexico

George Perkovich, Wofford

Jack Perry, Northwestern

Bradley Phelps, Stephen F. Austin

Kyle Pilgrim, Houston

Niall Platt, Notre Dame

J.T. Poston, Western Carolina

Bhuvan Potluri, UC Irvine

Rhys Pugh, East Tennessee State

Austin Quick, Arizona State

Ole Ramsnes, Denver

Nicholas Reach, Georgia

Curtis Reed, Houston

Seth Reeves, Georgia Tech

Taylor Riggs, Eastern Kentucky

Hunter Robinson, UC Santa Barbara

Jordan Rodgers, BYU

Patrick Rodgers, Stanford

Jeremy Rogers, Marshall

Sean Romero, New Mexico

James Ross, Houston

Jerry Ruiz, Baylor

Santiago Ruiz, IUPUI

Chanat Sakulpolphaisan, Mississippi State

Sam Saunders, New Mexico

Charlie Saxon, Oklahoma

John Schaffer, Francis Marion

Taylor Schmidt, San Diego

Ollie Schniederjans, Georgia Tech

Jack Sedgewick, Binghamton

Jose Pablo Segurola, IUPUI

Chris Selfridge, Toledo

Brett Silvernail, UC Santa Barbara

Martin Simonsen, UTEP

Ben Simpson, Belmont

Turner Southey-Gordon, Duke

Joel Stalter, California

Ben Stow, Kentucky

Eric Straub, Missouri State

Daniel Stringfellow, Auburn

Caleb Sturgeon, South Carolina

Patric Sundlof, Eastern Kentucky

Jens Talbert, Penn State

Tyler Thomas, Texas State

Curtis Thompson, LSU

Boo Timko, Ohio State

Henry Todd, Texas Tech

J.D. Tomlinson, Florida

Jon Trasamar, Minnesota

Michael Veverka, Maryland Eastern Shore

Quinn Vilneff, Evansville

Brett Walker, New Mexico State

Maximilian Walz, Louisville

Korey Ward, Xavier

Michael Weaver, California

Kyle Weldon, Kansas State

Alex Wennstam, GRU Augusta

Taylor White, Southern Illinois - Edwardsville

Cory Whitsett, Alabama

Jack Wilkes, Richmond

Nick Willenborg, Loyola (Chicago)

Travis Wilmore, Louisiana Tech

Kyle Wilshire, UCF

Cameron Wilson, Stanford

Tyler Wingo, Notre Dame

Daniel Wood, Kansas State

Bobby Wyatt, Alabama

Matthew Yelverton, Gardner-Webb

Bryan Yeo, Youngstown State

Ryan Zech, Missouri

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