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Team Captain J.R. Steinbauer


Head Coach Kyle Blaser

blaserwebsiteBlaser is in his 20th season at Oklahoma City where he has led the Stars to ten NAIA Championships. With his tenth championship coming this past year, he became the winningest coach in NAIA history. Blaser is an eight-time recipient of the Dave Williams National Coach of the Year Award presented by Golf Pride. OCU won its 18th Sooner Athletic Conference (SAC) Championship under Blaser this past year while setting the SAC Championship’s scoring record. He has coached five NAIA Individual Champions and three Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award recipients. He has coached 25 PING First-Team All-America selections, two Phil Mickelson Outstanding Freshman Award winners, and 12 SAC Players of the Year. Blaser has been inducted into both the Golf Coaches Association of America and NAIA Hall of Fame.


Frankie Capan
Hometown: Phoenix, AZ


Capan was a 2016 AJGA Rolex All-America Honorable Mention. He recently won the 2017 AJGA PING Heather Farr Classic and the 2016 AJGA Puerto Rico Junior Open. Capan competed in the 2016 PGA Tour Puerto Rico Open, missing the cut by one stroke. He was named the 2016 Minnesota Junior Player of the Year.

Brandon Mancheno
Hometown: Jacksonville, FL

Mancheno was the 2017 Florida Times-Union Player of the Year and is a two-time AJGA Rolex All-America Honorable Mention and was the Florida State Golf Association Junior Player of the Year in 2015. He won the 2017 First Coast Amateur and the 2016 St. Augustine Amateur. Mancheno was a 2016 Florida 3A State Individual Champion. He has signed to play for Auburn in the fall.

Reese Ramsey
Hometown: Austin, TX

Ramsey is the number one ranked player in the state of Texas for the Class of 2017. He was a 2016 AJGA Rolex All-America Honorable Mention. He was UIL 6A All-District and Academic All-District. He broke the AJGA low-round record at Hale Irwin Colorado Junior. Ramsey signed with Texas A&M for the class of 2017.

Travis Vick
Hometown: Houston, TX

Vick was named to the 2016 AJGA Rolex All-America Second Team and is ranked number one in the class of 2019 according to the Junior Golf Scoreboard. He sits at number 10 overall in Junior Golf Scoreboard ranking. He was a medalist at the 2016 U.S. Junior Amateur.