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Posted Wednesday, May 31, 2006

 

GCAA Announces Division I All-Region Coaches, Teams

 

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Eaton Golf Pride Regional Coaches of the Year and PING All-Region Teams have been announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America.

 

The Eaton Golf Pride Regional Coaches of the Year include Binghamton?s Nick Lasky (New England), Columbia?s Rich Mueller (Mid-Atlantic), Georgia Tech?s Bruce Heppler (South), Tom Shaw of Tulane (Southeast), Indiana?s Mike Mayer (Midwest), Mike McGraw of Oklahoma State (Central), Lamar?s Brad McMakin (South Central), Bruce Brockbank of Brigham Young (Southwest) and UCLA?s O.D. Vincent (Pacific). The nine regional coaches are also candidates for the Dave Williams Eaton Golf Pride National Coach of the Year.

 

Each of the nine PING All-Region teams are comprised of 15 golfers and any player ranked in the top 75 nationally in either Golfstat or the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings. Members of the PING All-Region teams are eligible for PING All-America honors.

 


New England - Nick Lasky, Binghamton
Mid-Atlantic - Rich Mueller, Columbia
South - Bruce Heppler, Georgia Tech
Southeast - Tom Shaw, Tulane
Midwest - Mike Mayer, Indiana
Central - Mike McGraw, Oklahoma State
South Central - Brad McMakin, Lamar
Southwest - Bruce Brockbank, Brigham Young
Pacific - O.D. Vincent, UCLA

PING All-Region Teams

New England Region

Kevin Crawford, Binghamton
Craig Cyr, Quinnipiac
Larry Haertel, Brown
D.J. Hynes, Harvard
Jesse Larson, Rhode Island
Austin Luher, Army
Mark Matza, Yale
Jason Pannone, Rhode Island
Jason Parajeckas, Connecticut
Bob Reed, Boston College
Alex Snickenberger, Boston College
Ben Spitz, Rhode Island
Mark Stevens, Rhode Island
Dustin Wetherup, Hartford
Jeff Wolniewicz, Binghamton

Mid-Atlantic Region

Steve Arnold, Villanova
Bryan Bigley, Siena
Keegan Bradley, St. John?s
Brian Carroll, George Washington
Jeffrey Castle, Towson
Chris Condello, Columbia
John Eades, Maryland
Jason Gerken, Princeton
Blaine Peffley, Maryland
Scott Marino, James Madison
Michael Mulieri, Loyola

Robert Rohanna, Penn State
Matt Schall, Maryland
Jordan Utley, Richmond
Tyler Witman, Maryland

South Region

Ryan Blaum, Duke
Roberto Castro, Georgia Tech
Rhys Davies, East Tennessee State
Brian Duncan, Clemson
Jake Grodzinsky, Duke
Vince Hatfield, Clemson
Dustin Johnson, Coastal Carolina
Kevin Larsen, Georgia Tech
Stephen Lewton, NC State
Stephen Poole, Clemson
Kyle Reifers, Wake Forest
Gareth Shaw, East Tennessee State
Ray Sheedy, Charlotte
Webb Simpson, Wake Forest
Scott Stallings, Tennessee Tech
Cameron Tringale, Georgia Tech
Martin Ureta, North Carolina

Southeast Region

Matt Every, Florida
Mark Haastrup, Georgia State
Brian Harman, Georgia
Mark Harrell, Alabama
Billy Horschel, Florida
Erik Johansen, South Carolina
Chris Kirk, Georgia
Kevin Kisner, Georgia
Russell Knox, Jacksonville
Luke List, Vanderbilt
Garrett Osborn, UAB
Jonathan Mount, Tennessee
Richard Scott, Georgia
Brett Stegmaier, Florida
Brendon Todd, Georgia
James Vargas, Florida
Daniel Willett, Jacksonville State

Midwest Region

Colin Biles, Ohio State
Ryan Brehm, Michigan State
Jorge Campillo, Indiana
Brad Doster, Kentucky
Derek Fathauer, Louisville
Cole Isban, Notre Dame
Pariya Junhasavasdikul, Purdue
Jason Kokrak, Xavier
Bronson LaCassie, Minnesota
Korey Mahoney, Eastern Michigan
David Merkow, Northwestern
Patrick Nagle, Illinois
John Streibich, Xavier
Chris Wilson, Northwestern
Ryan Yip, Kent State

Central Region

Chris Clarke, Oklahoma State
Brodie Flanders, Oklahoma
Kane Hanson, Drake
Ryan Henry, Tulsa
Anthony Kim, Oklahoma
Ben Kern, Kansas State
Sam Korbe, Tulsa
Trent Leon, Oklahoma State
Tyler Leon, Oklahoma State
Pablo Martin, Oklahoma State
Edward McGlasson, Colorado
Matt Miller, Illinois State
Jonathan Moore, Oklahoma State
Zack Robinson, Oklahoma State
Gary Woodland, Kansas

South Central Region

Ryan Baca, Baylor
Oliver Bekker, Lamar
Matt Bortis, Arkansas
Jeff Bell, Texas
Bronson Burgoon, Texas A&M
Casey Clendenon, Lamar
Andrew Dresser, Texas Tech
Oscar Floren, Texas Tech
Bobby Gates, Texas A&M
Jerad Harklau, Texas A&M
Colt Knost, SMU
Matthew Mills, Texas
Andrew Parr, Texas A&M
Martin Piller, Texas A&M
Dawie Van Der Walt

Southwest Region

Oscar Alvarez, Brigham Young
Jason Anthony, Fresno State
Charlie Beljan, New Mexico
Danny Bowen, New Mexico State
Jay Choi, New Mexico
Graham DeLaet, Boise State
Aaron Goldberg, San Diego State
Adam Hagen, Nevada
Jake Ellison, Brigham Young
James Love, Denver
Clay Ogden, Brigham Young
Dustin Pimm, Utah
Andrew Scott, San Diego State
Charlie Soule, Denver
Daniel Summerhays, Brigham Young
Casey Watabu, Nevada

Pacific Region

Benjamin Alvarado, Arizona State
Travis Bertoni, Cal Poly
Alejandro Ca?izares, Arizona State
Kevin Chappell, UCLA
Alex Coe, Pepperdine
Erik Flores, UCLA
Andres Gonzales, UNLV
Rob Grube, Stanford
Chris Heintz, UCLA
Daniel Im, UCLA
Niklas Lemke, Arizona State
James Lepp, Washington
Henry Liaw, Arizona
Brian Locke, Loyola-Marymount
Alex Prugh, Washington
Jarred Texter, UNLV
Taylor Wood, Southern California

Eaton Golf Pride Regional Coaches of the Year

 

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