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Honors and Awards :: Cleveland Golf All-America Scholars :: 2002 Division III

In order to receive the award student-athletes had to play in a minimum of 70-percent of his team's competitive rounds, while maintaining a minimum grade-point average and scoring average. Additionally, to be eligible the golfer must be either a junior or senior in eligibility.

2002 Cleveland Golf All-America Scholars
Seth Adair, Savannah College of Art and Design
David Allan, DePauw University
Brooks Anderson, Gustavus Adolphus College
Kevin Baker, Savannah College of Art and Design
Jimmy Becker, University of Redlands

Andre Belland, Saint John's University
Aaron Bondi, California Lutheran University
Richard Burgland, DePauw University
Brian Clark, Skidmore College

Ryan Dorff, Otterbein College
David Easley, Nebraska Wesleyan University
Robert Fink, Oglethorpe University
John Fischer, Claremont-McKenna College
Ryan Franks, Susquehanna University

Nicholas Gardner, Otterbein College
Rick Gibbons, Olivet College
Philip Giordano, New York University
Jonathon Hietbrink, Central College
David Honnens, Nebraska Wesleyan University
Jason Job, Ohio Wesleyan University
Avi Khitri, Claremont-McKenna College
Ryan Lanzen, Nebraska Wesleyan University
Scott Miller, Olivet College
Kevin O'Connell, Greensboro College
Josef Pohle, Skidmore College

Paul Ponath, Saint John's University
Anthony Reese, Lakeland College
N. Thomas Romance, DePauw University
Will Sicks, Williams College
Dan Suedbeck, Gustavus Adolphus College
Todd Michael, Hardin-Simmons University

Alex Walsh, Depauw University
Timothy White, Central College
Joel Wisdom, Nebraska Wesleyan University