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Wednesday, July 9, 2008

 

Cleveland Golf All America Scholars Announced

 

NORMAN, Okla. ? Cleveland Golf All-America Scholars for Divisions I and II have been announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America. A total of 96 players earned the honor in Division I and 26 in Division II. Additionally, nine honorees were added to the previously released released Divison III Cleveland Golf All-America Scholards. To be eligible for Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar status an individual must be a junior or senior academically and compete in at least two full years at the collegiate level, participate in 70-percent of his team?s competitive rounds or compete in the NCAA Championships, have a stroke average under 76.0 in Division I, 78.0 in Division II 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.

 

Division I Cleveland Golf All America Scholars

Bill Alcorn, Baylor

Andrew Allenspach, Indiana

Pete Alminas, Winthrop

Paul Amess, Temple

Danny Amundson, Belmont

Andrew An, Mercer

Mark Anderson, South Carolina

Chris Baker, Iowa State

Ben Bastel, Miami (OH)

Michael Beausejour, Xavier

Barden Berry, North Carolina

Larry Blatt, Illinois

Cory Blenkush, Depaul

Jared Brader, Southern Utah

Tyler Brown, Florida

Zen Brown, Colorado State

Phillip Bryan, Oklahoma

Scooter Buhrman, Longwood

Jay Calvo, Liberty

Matthew Carvell, Southeastern Louisiana

Colin Clemente, Akron

Troy Coker, Bethune-Cookman

Will Cumberland, DePaul

Patrick Cunning, South Carolina

Andrew DiBitetto, Charlotte

Brad Doster, Kentucky

David Dragoo, Georgia Tech

Chris Gilliland, Furman

Noah Goldman, Mississippi State

Steven Groover, Auburn

Matt Grush, UC Santa Barbara

Adam Hadwin, Louisville

Timothy Hager, Georgetown

Taylor Hall, Georgia Tech

Brian Harmon, Georgia

Jonas Enander Hedin, Charlotte

Graham Hill, Eastern Michigan

Matt Hughes, Alabama

Justin Hull, Toledo

Matthew Hunsaker, Evansville

Zach Jecklin, Northern Illinois

Tim Johnson, George Washington

Patrick Kelley, IPFW

Matthew Kinsinger, UNLV

Walter Koelbel, Kansas

Jeffrey Koprivetz, Denver

Morgan Landry, Louisiana-Lafayette

Markus Leandersson, East Carolina

Trent Leon, Oklahoma State

Garrett Logan, Georgetown

Peter Malnati, Missouri

Nick Martin, DePaul

Ciaran McAleavey, Toledo 

Matthew McArthur, Southern Utah

Conor McMahon, George Washington

Michael McRae, St. Mary?s (CA)

Garrett Merrell, Texas Tech

Kyle Moore, Northwestern

Kyle Morris, Seton Hall

Jay Moseley, Auburn

Kurt Nino, San Francisco

Glenn Northcutt, Auburn

A.J. Oleksal, Hartford

Josh Oller, Mississippi State

Mikhial Pasic, Detroit Mercy

Brennan Payne, St. Bonaventure

Trent Peterson, South Dakota State

Michael Randle, Purdue

Lindsey Renolds, Coastal Carolina

Greg Rodgers, Notre Dame

Robert Rohanna, Penn State

Tim Schaetzel, Michigan

Michael Schnegelberger, UMKC

Will Shambley, UNC-Wilmington

Gareth Shaw, East Tennessee State

Mark Silvers, South Carolina

Michael Smith, Louisiana-Lafayette

Mark Sommerfield, Detroit Mercy

Mark Stevens, Rhode Island

Matthew Swan, Alabama

Ryan Swanson, St. Bonaventure

Joseph Sykora, Alabama

Andre Thorsen, East Carolina

Cameron Tringale, Georgia Tech

Jordan Utley, Richmond

Jurrian van der Vaart, Virginia Tech

Mike Van Sickle, Marquette

Matt Van Zandt, Texas A&M

Manuel Villegas, Florida

Zachary Vinal, Binghamton

Drew Weaver, Virginia Tech

Stefan Wiedergruen, Charlotte

Ben Wood, Miami (OH)

R.J. Zielinski, Fairfield

John Zur, Seton Hall

 

Division II Cleveland Golf All America Scholars

Eric Atsma, Findlay

Ryan Balley, UC San Diego

Brian Carlson, Lewis

Chase Carroll, Tusculum

Jeff Cox, Northeastern State

Adam Craig, Findlay

Matthew Galloway, West Florida

Rodolfo Gami?o, Lincoln

Robert Hamilton, Oklahoma Panhandle State

Patrick Hanauer, Abilene Christian

Jordan Holley, Lynn

Jeff Howard, St. Edward?s

Mike King, Saginaw Valley State

Adam Kulczycki, Southwestern Oklahoma State

Jon Lodovico, California University of Pennsylvania

Thomas Moore, Bellarmine

Ted O?Brien, Southern Indiana

Sean Packer, Western Washington

Sean Rutherford, Saginaw Valley State

Scott Smith, West Liberty State

Wesley Smith, North Alabama

Peter Svajlen, Cameron

Pat Swanton, Northwood

Chance Tatum, Central Oklahoma

Marcus Williams, Lynn

Donald Zaruba, Grand Canyon

 

Additional Division III Cleveland Golf All America Scholars

Marc Fillari, Washington & Jefferson

Stephen Goodridge, Rochester

Michael Grasso, Washington & Jefferson

Drew Harker, Emory

Ben Jensen, St. Thomas

Keith Mattingly, Claremont McKenna

Jon Pecor, Rochester

Frank Steinberg, Denison

Kyle Travis, Alma

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