2016 Division I PING All-America Teams Named Print
Thursday, 23 June 2016 13:30

FORMBY, England – The second, third and honorable mention PING All-America Teams have been announced by the GCAA. Charlie Danielson of Illinois, Florida’s Sam Horsfield, Beau Hossler of Texas, Georgia’s Lee McCoy, Maverick McNealy of Stanford, South Carolina’s Matthew NeSmith, Jon Rahm of Arizona State, Vanderbilt’s Matthias Schwab, Alabama’s Robby Shelton and Oregon’s Aaron Wise were previously named to the PING All-America First Team.

Thomas Detry of Illinois, Doug Ghim and Gavin Hall of Texas, Southern California’s Rico Hoey, Michael Johnson of Auburn, California’s KK Limbhasut, San Diego State’s Nahum Mendoza III, East Tennessee State’s Adrian Meronk, UMKC’s Antoine Rozner and LSU’s Zach Wright comprised the second team.

Third-team honorees included Derek Bard of Virginia, TCU’s Paul Barjon, Stephen Behr of Clemson, Vanderbilt’s Will Gordon, Chase Koepka of USF, Kentucky’s Tyler McDaniel, Max McGreevy of Oklahoma, California’s Collin Morikawa, Greyson Sigg of Georgia and Oklahoma State’s Kristoffer Ventura.
comprised the second team.

A total of 31 golfers were named honorable mention All-America.

PING All-America Teams

First Team
Charlie Danielson, Illinois
Sam Horsfield, Florida
Beau Hossler, Texas
Lee McCoy, Georgia
Maverick McNealy, Stanford
Matthew NeSmith, South Carolina
Jon Rahm, Arizona State
Matthias Schwab, Vanderbilt
Robby Shelton, Alabama
Aaron Wise, Oregon


Second Team
Thomas Detry, Illinois
Doug Ghim, Texas
Gavin Hall, Texas
Rico Hoey, Southern California
Michael Johnson, Auburn
KK Limbhasut, California
Nahum Mendoza III, San Diego State
Adrian Meronk, East Tennessee State
Antoine Rozner, UMKC
Zach Wright, LSU


Third Team
Derek Bard, Virginia
Paul Barjon, TCU
Stephen Behr, Clemson
Will Gordon, Vanderbilt
Chase Koepka, USF
Tyler McDaniel, Kentucky
Max McGreevy, Oklahoma
Collin Morikawa, California
Greyson Sigg, Georgia
Kristoffer Ventura, Oklahoma State

Honorable Mention
Chelso Barrett, TCU
David Boote, Stanford
Sam Burns, LSU
Ryan Cole, James Madison
Jared du Toit, Arizona State
Luis Gagne, LSU
Franklin Huang, Stanford
Tee-k Kelly, Ohio State
Charles Kim, Arkansas
Hank Lebioda, Florida State
Patrick Martin, Vanderbilt
Dylan Meyer, Illinois
Taylor Moore, Arkansas
Gordon Neale, Florida
Jordan Niebrugge, Oklahoma State
Stratton Nolen, Oklahoma State
John Oda, UNLV
Aksel Olsen, USF
Jeremy Paul, Colorado
Corey Pereira, Washington
Michael Perras, Houston
Robin Petersson, Augusta
William Rainey, College of Charleston
Ryann Ree, San Diego State
Davis Riley, Alabama
Robin Sciot-Siegrist, Louisville
Justin Suh, Southern California
Will Starke, South Carolina
Sepp Straka, Georgia
Lars van Meijel, Memphis
Will Zalatoris, Wake Forest