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2014 Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars Named
NORMAN, Okla. – Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars for Divisions I, II and the NAIA have been announced by the GCAA. A total of 207 players in Division I, 75 in Division II and 11 in NAIA earned the alternatives to cialis honor. Additionally, 46 honorees were added to the previously released Division III Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars. 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 cialis order be in good standing at his college or university. 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 University
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 wow look it 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
Daniel Yustin, Hartford
Ryan Zech, Missouri Division II Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars
Felipe Anzarut, Cameron
Joseph Atkisson, Missouri-St. Louis
Ray Badenhorst, Florida Tech
Gary Buffington III, West Florida
Kyle Burgess, Ohio Dominican
Ryan Carter, Florida Tech
Ricardo Celia, Nova Southeastern
Jon Clark, Malone
Kevin Clarke, West Georgia
Trent Cloninger, UNC Pembroke
Lucas Collins, Harding
Shane Convery, Florida Southern
Tim Crouch, Florida Southern
Jared Dalga, Barry
Steven DaSilva, Regis
Trent Davison, Ferris State
Chris Doyle, Chico State
Ross Earnshaw, Post
Chris Eaton, Ferris State
Bruce Eccleton, Northwood
Jordan Eck, CUP
Ian Facey, Nova Southeastern
Mitch Farrer, Nova Southeastern
Robert Favaro, Wayne State
Nicolas Fonseca, Barton
Braden Galyon, Lincoln Memorial
Conor Gilbert, Millersville
Ryan Glass, Bellarmine
Davis Hall, Rollins
Neil Hand, California Baptist
Fredrik Hansson, California Baptist
Juan Miguel Heredia, West Florida
Jose Hernandez, St. Edward’s
Austin Hill, Wayne State
Brandon Hortt, CSUMB
Dylan Jackson, CSUMP
Berry Jole, Barry
Justin Kalanquin, Florida Tech
Jack Kastor, Findlay
Zachary Kempa, IUP
Niklas Koerner, St. Thomas Aquinas
Tyler Koivisto, St. Cloud State
Oscar Lengden, Nova Southeastern
Hayden Letien, USC Aiken
Tyler Light, Malone
Thomas Linehan, St. Thomas Aquinas
Tucker MacDonald, North Greenville
Micah Machado, California Baptist
Ross Maietta, King
Tyler Maranville, Tiffin
Corey Martinez, Tiffin
Dylan McClure, Cameron
Jack McKinney, Maryville of St. Louis
Paul McPhee, Lynn
Gilles Medale, Northwood
David Metz, Western New Mexico
Gaines Milliner, USC Aiken
Tre Mullins, Lincoln Memorial
Brandon Moore, Dowling
Michael Mullmann, UNC Pembroke
Evan Muscari, Concord
Dakota Norton, Tusculum
Trey Payne, Oklahoma Christian
Adam Peterson, Concordia (Minn.)
Marcus Sanna, Texas A&M-Commerce
Micah Skidmore, Saginaw Valley State
Brian Smith, St. Edward’s
Scott Smyers, Barry
Sam Stark, Ferris State
Ernesto Vitienes, Lynn
Andrew Ward, USC Aiken
Rand Wasson, Lincoln Memorial
Jacob Wherley, Illinois Springfield
Travis Williamson, Armstrong State
Andrew Wuethrich, Florida Tech (Follow link for previously named Division III Honorees - Previously Named Division III Honorees)
Additional Division III Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars
Jacob Abrahams, Williams
Matt Adams, Wheaton
Brian Barry, Millikin
Stephen Beamer, Mount St. Joseph
Brandon Bekkering, DePauw
Alex Blickle, Kenyon
Rodes Bowers, Huntingdon
Collin Breit, Hope
Nick Buenaventura, Trinity (Conn.)
Charlie Castino, DePauw
Jackson Cersosimo, Concordia (Texas)
John Chaney, Wittenberg
Jordan Cowart, Southwestern
Christopher Cox, Greensboro College
Tyler Cuculi, Wheaton
Kyle Demshki, New York University
Dylan Dethier, Williams
Connor Doria, Adrian
Ben Fister, Transylvania
Phil Gilmore, Mount St. Joseph
Tyler Gunderson, Coe
Jacob Hardy, Ferrum
Ben Hogenkamp, Wittenberg
Ryan Hughes, Hardin-Simmons
Brad Hyland, Carthage
Matt Jensen, Gustavus Adolphus
Griffin Just, Huntingdon
Cheyne Kendall, Schreiner
Steven Kluemper, Centenary
Ben Lanting, Hope
Jamey Lester, Huntingdon
Ben Lukehart, Stevenson
Drew Lynch, Saint John’s (Minn.)
Mikey McGinn, California Lutheran
Tyler McMorrow, Gustavus Adolphus
Andrew Oakes, Gustavus Adolphus
Greg Palmer, Trinity (Conn.)
Gregory Pappas, Greensboro College
Nick Peoples, Greensboro College
Dillon Sass, Hobart
Kelby Scharmann, La Verne
Cody Semmelrock, Williams
Steven Smith, Huntingdon
Matt Stiens, Mount St. Joseph
Oliver White, Allegheny
Alex Wunderlich, Emory NAIA Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars
Drake Genna, Northwood (Texas)
Shane Gilbert, Southwestern (Kan.)
Connor Hausauer, Carroll
Zach Israelson, SCAD-Atlanta
Ben Johnson, Bethany (Kansas)
Tyler Mitchell, Dalton State
William Nisbet, SCAD-Savannah
Jeremy Novakowski, (Texas)
Taylor Ratliff, Carroll
Daniel Stoakes, Northwood (Texas)
Gavin Taylor, SCAD-Atlanta
Dave Williams National Coach of the Year Award presented by Golf Pride Grips Announced
LONDON – The GCAA in conjunction with diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton Corporation today announced the six outstanding collegiate golf coaches receiving the Dave Williams National Coach of the Year Award presented by Golf Pride Grips. Golf Pride Grips will present the coaches with their awards during the ivsa-slo.org Hall of Fame Banquet at the GCAA Convention on December 8. Jay Seawell of Alabama (Division I), Ken Hyland of Malone (Division II), Jim Owen of Oglethorpe (Division III), Mike Cook of Coastal Georgia (NAIA), Mike Hagen of buy tramadol webmed Indian Hills (NJCAA Division I) and Bill Gardner of Walters State (NJCAA Division II) earned coach of the year honors for 2014. Golf Pride Grips Region and District Coaches of the Year were also named. Seawell led Alabama to back-to-back national championships. The Crimson Tide produced a school-record nine wins and a team scoring average of 280.39 (-2.86 shots below par per round). Alabama won its third straight SEC title with a conference and school record 34-under-par. Robby Shelton was not only named winner of the Phil Mickelson Outstanding Freshman Award, but also won the SEC Player and Freshman of the Year honors while earning First-Team All-America accolades. Bobby Wyatt was also a First Team All-American while Trey Mullinax garnered second-team and Cory Whitsett third-team accolades. Seawell’s teams also combined to win a NCAA-record 11 consecutive tournaments from March 2014 to March 2015. Hyland led Malone to the semifinals of the NCAA Division II Championships in its first year of levitra alternative eligibility. The Pioneers won seven tournaments on the season, were runner-up twice and never finished outside the top three in 11 events. Nate Tarter was named a first-team All-America selection while Tyler Light was a third-team selection. Malone was also named GLIAC Coach of the Year. In 2014, Oglethorpe came within just a few strokes of winning their third national championship in six years, but came away with the program’s first national runner-up finish and generic levitra soft tabs fifth Top 5 finish in program history. Sophomore Maccaglia was named First Team All-America for the third consecutive year in 2014 and became the first Division III golfer selected to compete in the Palmer Cup. Senior Hayden Jones garnered Second Team All-America honors for his third consecutive All-America designation. In addition, sophomore David Kleckner received All-America honorable mention accolades. Owen was named conference coach of the year for the 14th time in the last 17 seasons. In December, He was inducted into the GCAA Hall of Fame. Cook has led Coastal Georgia to remarkable success since starting the program from scratch as a junior-college team four years ago. The Mariners capped a strong campaign by winning the NAIA national championship in May. The national title was the http://www.nowe-dotacje.pl/tadalafil-cialis-from-india first for Coastal Georgia in any sport. The national-championship triumph was the fifth victory of the season for Coastal Georgia. The team never finished lower than third in any tournament during the 2013-14 campaign. Cook also was named the SSAC Coach of the Year by his fellow conference coaches before later being named the league’s Male Coach of the Year for all sports. Indian Hills’ golf team this spring won the school’s third NJCAA Division I National Championship in the past four years by a convincing 16-stroke margin. This past year, the Warriors won seven of the 12 tournaments they entered in the fall and spring seasons and were second in two others. They finished first in their final four meets in the spring, capped by their performance in the national tourney, where they led after all four rounds. Hagen was also named the Dave Williams Award recipient in 2011 and 2012. Gardner earned the Williams Award for the second-straight season. He led Walters State to its first national championship this season. The Senators also finished runner-up three times on the season and only finished outside the top five twice in 10 events. Brad Hawkins was named a first-team All-America selection while Andrew Hall was named to the second team. Eaton’s Golf Grip Division is the world’s largest manufacturer of golf grips, with manufacturing, sales and distribution facilities on six continents. The division’s Golf Pride brand is recognized globally as the number one choice in grips among tour and recreational players, competitive amateur golfers, club manufacturers and club repairmen. For more information, visit www.golfpride.com or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/GolfPride. Dave Williams National Coach of the Year Award Presented by Golf Pride Grips Division I - Jay Seawell, Alabama
Division II - Ken Hyland, Malone
Division III - Jim Owen, Oglethorpe
NAIA - Mike Cook, Coastal Georgia
NJCAA Division I - Mike Hagen, Indian Hills
NJCAA Division II - Bill Gardner, Walters State Golf Pride Grips Region and District Coaches of the Year Division I
Northeast - Colin Sheehan, Yale
East - Bruce Heppler, Georgia Tech
Southeast - Jay Seawell, Alabama
Midwest - Mike Small, Illinois
Central - Alan Bratton, Oklahoma State
West - Conrad Ray, Stanford Division II
East - Stephen Ferrera, St. Thomas Aquinas
Atlantic - Frederick Joseph, IUP
Southeast - Michael Butler, Armstrong Atlantic State
South - Jimmy Stobs, Barry
Midwest - Ken Hyland, Malone
Central - Tim Poe, Central Missouri
South Central - Todd Ohlmeyer, St. Edward’s
West - T.L. Brown, Chico State Division III
Northeast - Dan Wesley, Rochester
Mid-Atlantic - Bob Simms, St. John Fisher
Southeast - Jim Owen, Oglethorpe
Great Lakes - Jeff Roope, Wittenberg
Central - Jim Ott, Illinois Wesleyan
West - Ron Macosko, Schreiner NAIA
North - Chris Winkel, Grand View
South - Mike Cook, Coastal Georgia
Central - Tom Harp, Wayland Baptist
West - Chris MacDonald, British Columbia NJCAA Division I
District I - Sandy Davis, Eastern Arizona
District II - Vince Clark, McClennan
District III - Mike Hagen, Indian Hills
District IV - Dale Dover, Darton State NJCAA Division II
East - Bill Gardner, Walters State
Central - Gary Huber, Black Hawk
West - John Guerrero, Mesa
Arnold Palmer Announces Changes to Palmer Cup
ORLANDO – Arnold Palmer, his group of companies and buying levitra online canada the Golf Coaches Association of America have announced they have entered into an agreement to jointly operate and expand the Palmer Cup beginning with its playing June 26-28 at Walton Heath Golf Club in Surrey, England. “The Golf Coaches Association of America have done a wonderful job of stewarding this event since its inception in 1997 and our involvement will only assist in continuing to grow and expand its importance on the collegiate and amateur golf calendar in the US and overseas,” said Palmer, whose legendary career inspired the creation of the event. First held at Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge in 1997, The Palmer Cup is an annual ten-man team golf competition between American college golfers and their European counterparts. The Palmer Cup is played in the same style and a similar format to the Ryder Cup, arguably the premier team event in professional golf. Mr. Palmer created and gave his name to the event because of a desire to support the college game as well as it having natural links to his great Ryder Cup career. It is hardly surprising that 19 competitors in the Palmer Cup have gone on to represent Europe or the USA in the Ryder Cup and levitra mail order over 40 have claimed victory on the PGA or European Tours. What is surprising is that this has happened in such a relatively short space of time. “I was honored to play in the Palmer Cup twice, 2004 and 2005,” said Matt Every, winner of the 2014 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard and two-time Palmer Cup participant. “When I was selected to the team in 2004 it showed me that I was on the right track with my game. Being part of such a prestigious event and to play venues like Ballybunion and Whistling Straits gave me the confidence and belief that I could reach the where to buy levitra cheap PGA TOUR. It is one of the best events I have ever been a part of and is something every collegiate player should strive to be a part of. Everything Mr. Palmer does is first class and for me to go from a two-time Palmer Cup member to winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard is truly special.” In addition to Bay Hill and we like it Walton Heath, the list of courses that have hosted the Palmer Cup are some of the finest in the game. The Old and New Courses at St. Andrews, The Honors Course, Royal Liverpool, Baltusrol, Doonbeg, Cassique, Ballybunion, Whistling Straits, Prestwick, Caves Valley, Glasgow Golf Club Gailes Links, Cherry Hills, Royal Portrush, The Stanwich Club, The Royal County Down and Wilmington Country Club have all hosted the Palmer Cup. The event will be played at Rich Harvest Farms and Atlanta Athletic Club in 2015 and 2017, respectively. “We are very excited for the future of the Palmer Cup,” said GCAA President Todd Satterfield. “Arnold Palmer will always be one of the legends in golf and we are honored to be a part of his continuing legacy. The expansion of this relationship with the Arnold Palmer Group allows the Palmer Cup to grow in visibility and prestige in the golf world and make it one of the premier events in college and sildenafil citrate amateur golf. We are fortunate that this event showcases our very best players and coaches as they are inspired by the values of The King.” The United States leads the Palmer Cup series 9-7-1.
Jack Nicklaus Award Recipients Announced
DUBLIN, Ohio – Patrick Rodgers of Stanford University, Barry University’s Adam Svensson, Bobby Holden of the University of the Redlands, Oklahoma City University’s James Marchesani and Central Alabama Community College’s Tim Walker have been named the 2014 Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award recipients. The Nicklaus Award recognizes the top players at the Division I, II, III, NAIA and NJCAA levels. Division I: A junior from Avon, Ind., Rodgers had six collegiate victories in 2013-14 and tied Tiger Woods’ all-time Stanford record for career wins (11). His season victories have come at the Erin Hills Invitational; The Goodwin; Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters; The Prestige; Pac-12 Championships; and NCAA Eugene Regional. A three-time PING First-Team All-America selection, Rodgers boasts nine top-10 finishes this season. He also won the Ben Hogan Award and was named Pac-12 Player of the Year. Rodgers led Stanford to the NCAA semifinals posting a 2-0 record in match play. He is Stanford’s first Nicklaus Award recipient since Tiger Woods in 1996. Division II: A two-time PING First-Team All-America selection, Svensson led Barry to back-to-back NCAA Division II Championships. He won seven tournaments this season, which set new single-season and career marks at Barry. Svensson’s worst finish was a tie for 14th, his only showing outside the top eight in 12 events. He twice set school records during his sophomore campaign, including low round (61) and low tournament (13-under 200). Hailing from Surrey Vancouver, B.C., Svensson was named Barry University Male Athlete of the Year. He is Barry’s first Nicklaus Award recipient. Division III: Holden completed an impressive junior campaign that culminated in winning the NCAA Division III individual national championship. The win at NCAAs was his second of the season. Holden also finished runner-up on four occasions and only finished twice outside the top 10. He was named the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Lee Fulmer Athlete of the Year for Men’s Golf and PING First-Team All-America. In addition, the native of Simi Valley, Calif., illustrates the epitome of the student-athlete with recognition as a Redlands Scholar-Athlete, Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar and being named CoSIDA Academic At-Large All-District. Holden is the first Nicklaus recipient from Redlands. NAIA: Marchesani earned his fourth PING First-Team All-America recognition this season. The Oklahoma City senior from Rosebud, Victoria, Australia, earned the Arnold Palmer Award for claiming medalist honors at the NAIA Championships. It was one of six victories for Marchesani, including his last five events of the season. He was named Sooner Athletic Conference Golfer of the Year and dosage viagra led the NAIA with a 70.74 stroke average. Marchesani is Oklahoma City’s fifth four-time first-team All-American, fifth NAIA individual champion and helped the http://carta-jerusalem.com/cialis-10-mg Stars claim two team national titles. He is the third Oklahoma City golfer to win the Nicklaus Award and second straight. NJCAA: Walker came to Central Alabama Community College from Victoria, Australia. The sophomore led Central Alabama by winning three tournaments and finishing second in three others. The top-ranked golfer in the NJCAA, Walker posted 10 top-10 finishes in 12 events and placed no lower than 14th. Academically, Walker was named to the Dean’s List two of his four semesters at Central Alabama where he earned his associate’s degree. He signed a Letter of Intent with Mississippi State University where he will continue his college career. Walker is Central Alabama’s first Nicklaus Award recipient. Since 1988, the award for the GCAA Collegiate Players of the Year has been named after Jack Nicklaus, a Big Ten and NCAA Champion at The Ohio State University. Mr. Nicklaus annually recognizes the recipients during the final round of the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio, just outside of Nicklaus’ hometown of Columbus.

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Rodgers honored with The 2014 Ben Hogan Award Stanford junior is first winner in school history
FORT WORTH, Texas (May 18, 2014) – Colonial Country Club, the Friends of Golf (FOG) and the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) have announced that the recipient of The 2014 Ben Hogan Award is Stanford junior Patrick Rodgers. The first honoree in school history, Rodgers is the third straight winner from the Pac-12 Conference, following UCLA’s Patrick Cantlay (2012) and Washington’s Chris Williams (2013). Rodgers, a native of Avon, Ind., is the world’s top-ranked amateur golfer according to both the World Amateur Golf Ranking as well as the Scratch Players World Amateur Ranking. A Hogan Award finalist as a freshman in 2012, he is just the fourth golfer invited to the banquet at Colonial on multiple occasions. The other three, Georgia’s Chris Kirk, Oklahoma State’s Rickie Fowler and Cantlay each were winners as well. Heading into the NCAA Championships, Rodgers has six collegiate victories in 2013-14 to tie Tiger Woods’ all-time Stanford record for career wins (11). In his last six events, Rodgers has five wins and a runner-up finish. His season victories have come at the Erin Hills Invitational, The Goodwin, Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters, Prestige at PGA West, Pac-12 Championships and NCAA Eugene Regional.
Rodgers, the Pac-12 Player of the Year, is currently ranked first in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings and real viagra gel third according to Golfstat. In 11 tournaments this year, he boasts nine top-10 finishes and a stroke average of 69.41. On the amateur circuit, he was a member of the winning United States Walker Cup and Palmer Cup teams in 2013 and finished with a 5-1-2 record. Last summer, he was the medalist at the Western Amateur and reached the round of 16 in match play at both the Western Amateur and the United States Amateur. In addition, he tied for 15th place at the PGA TOUR’s John Deere Classic last July. By virtue of his win, Rodgers was presented with an exemption into the PGA TOUR’s 2015 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial by tournament director Bobby Patton. In addition, his university earned a $25,000 grant for its men’s golf scholarship program. The other finalists, Stanford teammate Cameron Wilson and Georgia Tech’s Ollie Schniederjans, each earned their respective schools $12,500 grants. All three finalists were present for the announcement, which was made at a black-tie banquet at Colonial Country Club. The Ben Hogan Award is presented annually to the top men’s NCAA Division I, II or III, NAIA or NJCAA college golfer taking into account all collegiate and amateur competitions during the 12-month period dating from the previous award’s banquet. The Ben Hogan Award selection committee is made up of 24 leaders and experts in amateur, college and professional golf. The award, which was first issued in 1990 and included academic achievement in its original list of standards, revised its criteria for the 2001-02 collegiate season to its current standard of honoring the legal online cialis outstanding amateur collegiate golfer, and the award presentation was moved to Colonial Country Club. Since that time, the winners have
included: D.J. Trahan (Clemson, 2002), Ricky Barnes (Arizona, 2003), Hunter Mahan (Oklahoma State, 2003), Bill Haas (Wake Forest, 2004), Ryan Moore (UNLV, 2005), Matt Every (Florida, 2006), Chris Kirk (Georgia, 2007), Rickie Fowler (Oklahoma State, 2008), Kyle Stanley (Clemson, 2009), Nick Taylor (Washington, 2010), Peter Uihlein (Oklahoma State, 2011), Patrick Cantlay (UCLA, 2012) and Chris Williams (Washington, 2013). For information on The Ben Hogan Award, visit www.TheBenHoganAward.org and follow @BenHoganAward on Twitter.

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Hagy Recipient of Byron Nelson Award presented by Cleveland Golf/Srixon
NORMAN, Okla. – Brandon Hagy of California has been named recipient of the 2014 Byron Nelson Award presented by Cleveland Golf/Srixon, in cooperation with the Four Seasons Resort and Club Las Colinas, the Salesmanship Club of Dallas and low cost viagra no subscription required the Golf Coaches Association of America. Candidates for the Nelson Award must be graduating seniors and the selection committee considers equally a nominee’s entire collegiate academic and golf career and his character and integrity while in college. Particular consideration will be given to a nominee’s good citizenship, as portrayed by Mr. Byron Nelson over the course of his life and golf career. Hagy has excelled both on and off the course during his first four-plus seasons at Cal. Hagy, who is currently ranked in the top 10 in both world amateur and collegiate rankings, has earned second-team All-American, All-Region and second-team All-Pac-12 honors as a four-time individual medalist with 17 top-five showings and cialis no percription 21 finishes in the top 10. Hagy will represent the United States in the 2014 Palmer Cup and earned first-team All-Pac-12 team honors in 2013-14. He is also a semifinalist for The Ben Hogan Award. Academically, he is a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar, third-team Academic All-America, first-team Academic All-District 8 and two-time Pac-12 All-Academic selection who has completed the work for his bachelor’s degree from the Haas School of Business and will graduate in May 2014. He has been awarded the Cal Golden Bear Award for earning the buy cheap levitra online highest GPA for Cal’s men’s golf four times and the Ben Furth Award for Cal men’s golf academic and athletic excellence. Hagy is involved with a number of community service and volunteer activities. Off campus, he works with The First Tee, Special Olympics and the Northern California Golf Association’s Youth on Course for underprivileged kids. On Cal’s campus Hagy is an officer and the golf team’s representative on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. This committee organizes student-athletes in community service including feeding the homeless, visiting local hospitals, Jog for Jill (a cancer awareness and fundraising project) as well as acting as a liaison to the Cal athletics administration on behalf of fellow student-athletes. “It is an incredible honor to receive the Byron Nelson Award,” said Hagy. “It is humbling to be associated with Mr. Nelson’s name and cialis in u s this is a memory I will keep for the rest of my life. I feel fortunate to know the other finalists and I will say that college golf and the communities they are from are better off with them involved in the game. They are outstanding in their own ways. I have tried to have balance throughout my golfing career and I feel it is our obligation to give back.”
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2014 Palmer Cup Teams

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1.    Wyndham Clark   Oklahoma State     FR   1.    Pep Angles   Central Arkansas    JR
2.    Bryson Dechambeau   SMU     SO   2.    Thomas Detry   Illinois    SO
3.    Brandon Hagy   California    SR   3.    Paul Dunne   UAB    JR
4.    Rico Hoey   Southern California    FR   4.    Ricardo Gouveia   UCF    SR
5.    Stewart Jolley   LSU     JR   5.    Grant Forrest   San Diego    JR
6.    Anthony Maccaglia   Oglethorpe     JR   6.    Jack McDonald   Stirling    
7.    Jack Maguire   Florida State    FR   7.    Erik Oja   Arizona    SR
8.    Trey Mullinax   Alabama    SR   8.    Jon Rahm   Arizona State    SO
9.    Ollie Schniederjans   Georgia Tech    JR   9.    James Ross   Houston    SR
10.    Robby Shelton   Alabama    FR   10.    Louis Tomlinson   UCLAN-Myerscough    
 
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Golf World/Nike Golf Coaches Poll

  • 1.   Alabama
  • 2.   Oklahoma State
  • Semifinals.   LSU
  • Semifinals.   Stanford
  • Quarterfinals.   Georgia Tech
  • Quarterfinals.   Illinois
  • Quarterfinals.   SMU
  • Quarterfinals.   UCLA
  • 9.   South Carolina 
  • 10. Houston
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