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Field Set for Callaway Golf Collegiate Match Play

Monday, June 17, 2008

Field Set for Callaway Golf Collegiate Match Play Championship
The Farms Golf Club to host 16-team event

NORMAN, Okla. ? The field has been set for the 2009 Callaway Golf Collegiate Match Play Championship at The Farms Golf Club announced the Golf Coaches Association of America. The event - previously staged during the fall season - will be played March 22-24 and feature a new format taking into account proposed changes to the Division I championships.

Alabama, Arizona State, UC Irvine, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Duke, Florida State, Indiana, Louisville, Middle Tennessee, San Diego State, Stanford, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, UCLA and host school San Diego comprise the field. A total of 12 conferences will be represented with seven conference champions and 10 participants in the NCAA Championships finals.

?Callaway Golf is very pleased with the field for the upcoming Collegiate Match Play Championship,? said Callaway Golf Collegiate Representative Jeff Harris. "This will be the most conferences represented in the Match Play field and consists of teams that played some their best golf at the end of last season. Hopefully, with the tournament's format reflecting what will be played at the NCAA Championships and competing at a great venue like The Farms will prepare them for success this spring."

Originally conceived as a true match play event, the Callaway Golf Collegiate Match Play Championship will now contain both a medal and match play component. The 16 participating teams will play 36 holes of stroke play during the first day of competition. The top eight finishers will then advance to a championship match play bracket while finishers nine through 16 will be placed in a consolation bracket. Each team will play three rounds of match play over the next two days. The match play portion will reflect the proposed format of the NCAA Championships.

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2003 GCAA Announces Division III Nicklaus, Softspikes Freshman of the Year and PING All-America Recipients

GCAA Announces 2003 Division III Nicklaus, Softspikes Freshman of the Year and PING All-America Recipients

NORMAN, Okla. ?

The Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) has released NCAA Division III recipients of the 2003 Jack Nicklaus Award, Softspikes Freshman of the Year and PING All-America teams. The Nicklaus - which is presented to the college player of the year - was awarded to Wisconsin-Eau Claire?s Ryan Quinn. Joe Green of Oglethorpe was selected the Softspikes Freshman of the Year and also earned honorable mention PING All-America honors. Those selected as PING first-team All-Americans include Outback Steakhouse Arnold Palmer Award recipient Janna Mommo of Averett, Methodist?s Adam Horton, Neil Johnson of Gustavus Adolphus, Wesley?s Zac Oakley, Nathan Proshek of St. John?s and Toni Karjalainen, also of Averett.

Jack Nicklaus Award
(Presented to the college player of the year)

Ryan Quinn, Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Softspikes Freshman of the Year

Joe Green, Oglethorpe

PING All-America Team
First Team

Adam Horton, Methodist
Toni Karjalainen, Averett
Neil Johnson, Gustavus Adolphus
Janne Mommo, Averett
Zac Oakley, Wesley
Nathan Proshek, St. John?s

Second Team

Anthony Apolostico, Wesley
Jordan Bailey, Redlands
Luke Benoit, Gustavus Adolphus
Mark Christensen, Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Craig Eckerle, Denison
Sammy Schmitz, St. John?s
Chris Summers, Oglethorpe
Fred Waddell, Denison

Third Team

Chad Poling, Ohio Wesleyan
Ryan Quinn, Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Simon Thompson, Trinity
Brandon White, Greensboro

Honorable Mention

Ben Bates, Skidmore
Ryan Dorff, Otterbein
Jeff Dunn, Linfield
Trent Erb, Oglethorpe
Joe Green, Oglethorpe
Adam Lescalleet, Muskingum
Ryan Lescalleet, Muskingum
Scott Maurer, Texas-Dallas
David Mihm, Williams
Chris Noll, Wesley
Dave Patterson, Guilford
Ben Rathfon, Allegheny
Will Sicks, Williams
Brian Sparks, Trinity
Jay Tilton, Ohio Wesleyan
Trevor Young, Redlands

This is the By-Laws

Revised Jan. 20, 2005

GOLF COACHES ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
BY-LAWS

ARTICLE I - MANAGEMENT
1. The National Advisory Board
A. The active management of the Association shall be delegated to the National Advisory Board (the "NAB"). In addition to such other functions as may be provided in the Association's Constitution and in these By-Laws, the NAB shall have the functions of planning, organizing, directing and controlling the duties and responsibilities of the committee chairpersons. The NAB is a policy-making body, which determines the direction of the Association.

B. The NAB shall meet two times annually at approximately six-month intervals. In addition, the NAB shall be empowered to hold any number of meetings deemed necessary by the majority of its individual members or by the President of the Association. Members of the NAB may participate in a meeting of the NAB by means of conference telephone or similar communication equipment by means of which all persons participating in such a meeting can hear each other. The annual Business Meeting of the Association shall be held in conjunction with the Annual Convention.

C. The members of the NAB shall be the President, the First Vice-President, the Second Vice-President, the Third Vice-President, the Treasurer, the Immediate Past-President, the Representatives-at-Large and Directors. The Association Counselor-at-Law and Executive Director shall be non-voting consulting members.

2. Representatives-at-Large
There shall be four (4) Representatives-at-Large who shall serve on the NAB. The four (4) At-Large Representatives shall consist of one (1) from Division I, one (1) from Division II, one (1) from Division III and one (1) from NAIA schools who are members of the Association. Representatives-at-Large shall be nominated and elected in accordance with Article V of these By-Laws.

3. Directors
There shall be six (6) Directors who shall serve on the NAB. The six (6) Directors shall consist of three (3) Division I Directors ? from the East, Central and West Regions ? one (1) Division II Director and one (1) Division III Director. Additionally, there will be one (1) Director At-Large that shall be selected among any member in good standing. Directors shall be elected in accordance with Article V of these By-Laws.

4. The Executive Director
A. The day-to-day administration of the affairs of the Association shall be delegated to the Executive Director who shall report directly to the NAB.

B. The length of appointment shall be decided by the NAB and shall be reviewed by the NAB on a yearly basis.

C. The Executive Director shall serve ex-officio, without vote, on the NAB.

5. Association Counselor-at-Law
A. The NAB shall appoint the Association Counselor-at-Law. The Association Counselor-at-Law's term of office may be terminated by the majority vote of the NAB.

B. The length of appointment shall be decided by the NAB and shall be reviewed by the NAB on a yearly basis.

C. The Association Counselor-at-Law shall sever ex-officio, without vote, on the NAB.

D. The responsibilities of the Association Counselor-at-Law are to: 1. Advise and represent the GCAA on all legal matters 2. Review GCAA Constitution and By-Laws.

6. Association Certified Public Accountant
A. The NAB shall appoint the Association Certified Public Accountant. The Association Certified Public Accountant?s term of office may be terminated by the majority vote of the NAB.

B. The length of appointment shall be decided by the NAB and shall be reviewed by the NAB on a yearly basis.

C. The Association Certified Public Accountant shall sever ex-officio, without vote, on the NAB.

D. The responsibilities of the Association Certified Public Accountant is to advise and represent the GCAA on all financial matters.

7. Executive Committee
A. The Executive Committee shall consist of the President, Immediate Past President, First Vice-President and Treasurer.

B. The Executive Committee shall work with the Executive Director, Association Counselor-at-Law and Association Certified Public Accountant during preliminary stages of association business before such issues are presented to the NAB as a whole. This includes, but is not limited to: contracts, legislative issues and issues deemed of national importance.

8. Coaches Congress
A. The Coaches Congress shall consist of coach representatives from each conference with a minimum of number of four universities/colleges in NCAA Division I, NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III and NAIA, as well as up to, but not to exceed four at-large representatives from each division. Members of the Coaches Congress shall be appointed in accordance with Article V of these By-Laws.

B. The Coaches Congress shall act as a direct liaison between the respective Division Representatives At-Large and coaches from their conference or region on all matter pertaining to legislation and issues deemed of national importance.

ARTICLE II - MEMBERSHIP IN THE ASSOCIATION
1. Eligibility
All individuals engaged in the coaching of men's golf and others who wish to ally themselves with the nature and purpose of the Association are eligible for membership. Educational institutions may also become members of the Association upon payment of the annual dues and notice to the Treasurer of the institution's representative for purposes of membership in the Association.

2. Classification, Duties and Privileges of Individual Memberships
A. Head Coach Membership - Any person actively engaged in coaching the game of golf on the men's collegiate level may become a member of the Association upon payment of the annual dues established by the NAB.

B. Assistant Coach Membership ? Any person actively engaged in coaching the game of golf on the men?s collegiate level as an assistant coach may became a member of the Association upon payment of the annual dues established by the NAB.

C. Professional Membership ? Individual professional golfers who are members in good standing of the PGA, LPGA, or other comparable foreign organization who teach or coach the game of golf on any level may became a member of the Association upon payment of the annual dues established by the NAB. Professional members can not vote or hold office in the Association.

D. Associate Membership ? PGA of America members, LPGA members, non-collegiate level golf coaches, women's golf coaches and other individuals who wish to ally themselves with the nature and purpose of the Association may become associate members upon payment of annual dues established by the NAB.

E. Retired Membership - Any person who is a former head coach or assistant coach at any level may become a Retired member upon payment of annual dues established by the NAB. Retired members can vote and hold office in the Association.

F. Honorary Membership - Any person who has distinguished him/herself in golf may be elected to such membership by a two-thirds vote of the members at the business meeting of the Annual Convention. Recommendations shall be presented by the chairperson of the Honor Award Committee. Any such recommendation must have received unanimous approval of the NAB. Honorary members are exempt from the payment of annual dues, shall have full benefits and shall enjoy all rights and privileges of membership, are able to serve on committees, but shall not have the right to vote or hold office in the Association.

G. Life Membership - Any individual who has been an active member of the Association for more than twenty (20) years and who has distinguished him/herself in the interests of golf may be awarded such membership by a two-thirds majority vote of the NAB. The Chairperson of the Honor/Award Committee shall present recommendations. Life members are exempt from the payment of annual dues, shall have full benefits and shall enjoy all rights and privileges of Active Membership. All Past-Presidents of the Association receive automatic Life Membership upon completion of their term of office as Immediate Past-President. Retired elected Hall-of-Fame members shall receive an automatic Life Membership to the Association.

3. Membership Fee and Annual Dues
The annual dues, in the amount to be set by the NAB, shall be payable for each fiscal year of the Association. Members whose dues are in arrears thirty (30) days or more, following notification by the Treasurer, shall be dropped from membership.

4. Termination of Membership
The membership of any member failing to maintain the code of ethics established by the Association may be terminated, suspended or otherwise disciplined by a vote of two-thirds of the NAB. The NAB shall publish the procedures regarding termination of membership.

5. Reinstatement of Members
Any member who membership has been terminated or suspended may be reinstated in accordance with the procedures adopted by the NAB.

ARTICLE III - OFFICERS
1. President - The President shall serve as Chairperson of the NAB and shall direct the functions of the NAB according to policies established by the NAB. The President shall be a member ex-officio of all committees, and shall be the official representative of the Association. The President may not succeed himself/herself, and shall sign all contracts of the Association.

2. First Vice-President - The First Vice-President shall assist the President as requested. The First Vice-President shall act in the absence or other unavailability of the President.

3. Second Vice-President - The Second Vice-President shall assist the President as requested, conduct the election of officers according to these By-Laws, and shall serve as administrator for all functions of the Association as established by the NAB.

4. Third Vice-President - The Third Vice-President shall assist the President as requested and is responsible for presenting the minutes of all NAB meetings to the NAB for approval.

5. Treasurer - The Treasurer shall assist the President and the Executive Director as requested and shall serve as administrator of the financial function of the Association. The NAB, in its sole discretion, may require the Treasurer to be bonded in the amount equal to the anticipated total assets of the Association for his/her tenure of office. The NAB shall establish this amount. The Treasurer shall co-sign with the President all contracts of the Association.

6. Immediate Past-President - The Immediate Past-President shall assist the President as requested, shall be the chairperson of the Nomination Committee, and shall serve as requested by the NAB.

ARTICLE IV - COMMITTEES
Set forth below is a list of the Standing Committees of the Association. The NAB shall have the power to create ad hoc committees in order to address matters of interest or importance to the Association.

1. Composition and Functions
A. Composition of all standing committees shall be representative of the membership and be subject to the discretion and judgment of the President.

B. It shall be the function of each standing committee to develop plans for implementing assigned duties. Each of the standing committees is responsible to a designated officer, President and Executive Director who shall be an ex-officio members of all committees under his/her jurisdiction within the procedural guidelines established by the NAB.

C. NAB members may not serve as a voting member on any standing committee unless specified in the operating procedures of that committee. Respective Representatives At-Large may be appointed by the President as a temporary voting member of a committee if an appointed committee member is disqualified from voting or becomes ineligible to serve. After a permanent replacement has been appointed, the Representative At-Large must relinquish his position on the committee.

2. List of Committees and Responsibilities
A. All-America Selection Committee in Divisions I, II, and III. The All-America Selection Committee shall be responsible for:

1. Annual selection of All-America players from four-year colleges.

2. Recommends revision of selection methods and procedures.

3. Annual selection of Player-of-the-Year

4. Annual selection of Freshman-of-the-Year

5. Naming of All-Region Teams as recommended by Regional Advisory Chairs.

B. All-America Scholar Committee - The All-America Scholar Committee shall be responsible for annual selection of All-America Scholars in Divisions I, II, and III.

C. Audit Committee - The Audit Committee shall review and report on the financial status of the Association as submitted by the treasurer at the Business Meeting of the Annual Convention.

D. Coach-of-the-Year Committee - The Coach-of-the-Year Committee shall coordinate the selection of Regional and National Coaches-of-the-Year in Divisions I, II and III. The Coach of the Year Committee is also responsible for international competition coach selection.

E. Constitution Committee - The Constitution Committee shall be responsible for:

1. Updating the Association Constitution and By-Laws.

2. Chairperson acts as parliamentarian at Annual Meeting of the Annual Convention.

F. Convention Committee - The Convention Committee shall be responsible for making recommendations to the NAB on all matter pertaining to the convention including, but not limited to, schedule of events, speakers, outings, functions, site and fees.

G. Education/Development - The Education/Development Committee shall establish procedures for the conducting of clinics for coaches and players at all levels of coaching and at all levels of competition.

H. Hall of Fame Committee - The Hall of Fame Committee shall be responsible for selections to the Association Hall of Fame.

I. Honor Award Committee - The Honor Award Committee shall be responsible for:

1. Annually selecting the Honor Award recipient; recommending to the NAB persons entitled to receive Honorary and Life Membership Awards.

2. Maintain personal data file on all nominees.

3. Keep cumulative record of recipients.

4. Recommend honors and awards to the NAB for individuals who have made a significant contribution to college golf and the GCAA.

J. Legislation Committee - The Legislation Committee shall:

1. Act and react to all legislation initiated by other national associations affecting the game of golf.

2. Act and react to all aspects of tournament play at the college level.

K. Liaison Committee - The Liaison Committee shall assist the NAB and the Executive Director on business and relationships with other organizations and foundations, e.g. - NCAA, NGCA, PGA, USGA, LPGA, AJGA and other coaching associations.

L. Membership Committee - The Membership Committee shall be responsible for assisting the Executive Director in increasing and maintaining membership.

M. Nomination Committee - The Nomination Committee shall nominate for Association offices those individuals who are most active in their contributions to the Association. The Immediate Past-President serves as committee chairperson. The committee presents a slate of officer nominations to the President as found in these By-Laws.

N. Poll Committee - The Poll Committees shall be responsible for voting in the GCAA Coaches Poll.

O. Records and History Committee - The Records and History Committee shall:

1. Assist the Executive Director in assembling and preserve the records of the Association, engage in research concerning the history of golf and maintain the archives of the Association.

2. Assist the Executive Director in maintaining a list of all GCAA award winners, including all past All-Americans and All-American Scholars.

P. Necrology Committee - The Necrology Committee shall maintain an annual record of member coaches who have died, so that proper recognition may be given at GCAA functions and included in GCAA publications.

Q. Long Range Planning Committee - The Long Range Planning Committee shall be responsible for providing the NAB with recommendations for long-term growth of the GCAA and ideas for their implementation.

R. International Competition Committee ? The International Competition Committee shall select participants for international competitions in which the GCAA participates in or administers.

S. International Coach Committee ? The International Coach Committee shall select coaches for international competitions in which the GCAA participates or administers.

T. Award at-Large ? The Award at-Large committee shall administer awards that do not fall under any other standing committees

ARTICLE V ? NOMINATIONS, ELECTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS
1. Nominations - The Nomination Committee shall prepare a list of candidates for Representatives At-Large and the office of Third Vice-President no later than thirty (30) days prior to the Annual Meeting at the GCAA convention. The Executive Director shall submit to the membership a written slate of candidates for Representatives-At-large and the office of Third Vice-President with provisions for write-in candidates as directed by the President and the NAB.

2. Terms of Office - Vacancies:
A. The President, First-Vice President, Second Vice-President and Immediate Past President shall serve for two (2) years in each office. Representatives-At-Large shall each serve for a four (4) year period. The Directors shall be elected and serve for two (2) years. The NAB shall have the power to establish different terms of office in order to evenly stagger the terms of office of the elected members of the NAB so that one-half of the elected members of the NAB are elected or advanced by automatic succession each year at the Business Meeting of the Annual Convention. The Treasurer, Executive Director, Counselor-At-Law and Certified Public Accountant shall be appointed by the NAB on a yearly basis. Members of the Coaches Congress shall be appointed and serve two (2) years. The office of President is one of automatic succession following his/her term of office as First Vice-President. The office of First Vice-President is one of automatic succession following his/her term as Second Vice-President. The office of Second Vice-President is one of automatic succession following his/her term as Third Vice-President. The office of Immediate Past-President is one of automatic succession following his/her term of office as President.

B. When any vacancy occurs in any office referred to in paragraph 2A of this Article V, excluding the office of President, the NAB is empowered to fill the vacancy until the next Business Meeting of the Annual Convention and shall do so within thirty (30) days following confirmation of the vacancy. In the event of a vacancy in the office of President, the First Vice President shall assume the office of President until the next Business Meeting of the Annual Convention.

3. Elections - Officers shall be elected at the business meeting at the GCAA annual convention by a majority of those GCAA members voting. Ballots will be distributed to all GCAA members no fewer than thirty (30) days prior to the convention. Absentee ballots will be signed and returned to the Association prior to the business meeting. Ballots will be distributed at the business meeting, completed and returned, and then tabulated along with absentee ballots by the GCAA First Second-President plus the Treasurer. Results will be announced by the President of the Association at the convention.

ARTICLE VI - MEETINGS
1. Annual - There shall be one Business Meeting of the membership at a date and place to be set by the NAB in conjunction with the Annual Convention. Twenty percent (20%) of those members of the Association in attendance at the Annual Convention shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.

2. Regular Meetings of the NAB - The quorum for all regular meetings of the NAB shall be fifty-one percent (51%) of its voting members.

3. Special Meetings - Special meetings of the membership and the NAB may be called by the President. The quorum for any special meeting of the entire membership shall constitute five percent (5%) of the entire membership. Fifty-one percent (51%) of the NAB voting members is required for a quorum at a special meeting of the NAB. Advance written notice of at least thirty (30) days must be given prior to any special meeting.

4. Parliamentary Procedure - All business conducted at any meeting shall be governed by Roberts? Rules of Order (revised) except as may otherwise be set forth in these By-Laws.

ARTICLE VII - AMENDMENTS
The By-Laws may be amended by two-thirds vote of those members present at the Business Meeting of the Annual Convention and from members voting by absentee ballot received by the NAB prior to the business meeting, provided that proposed amendments are submitted in writing to the NAB at least thirty (30) days prior to the annual Convention, and provided that notice of the proposed amendments is sent to each member in good standing of the Association at least fifteen (15) days prior to the Business Meeting of the Annual Convention.

 

2003 Division I Award Winners Announced

Division I Award Winners Announced 

 

NORMAN, Okla. ?

The Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) announced the award recipients for Division I at the GCAA Division I Award Dinner May 30, in Stillwater, Okla. Among the honors announced were the Jack Nicklaus Award, the Outback Steakhouse Arnold Palmer Award, the Byron Nelson Award presented by Cleveland Golf and PING All-America teams.

Jack Nicklaus Award

(Presented to the college player of the year)
Hunter Mahan, Oklahoma State

Outback Steakhouse Arnold Palmer Award

(Presented to the NCAA medallist)
Alejandro Ca?izares, Arizona State

Byron Nelson Award

Presented by Cleveland Golf
(Presented to a graduating senior taking into account academic and athletic achievement over his career)
Troy Matteson, Georgia Tech

Pride/Softspikes Freshman of the Year

Alejandro Ca?izares, Arizona State

Eaton Golf Pride Dave Williams National Coach of the Year

Larry Penley, Clemson

Jan Strickland Assistant Coach of the Year

Presented by TaylorMade-adidas Golf
Mike McGraw, Oklahoma State

Eaton Golf Pride Regional Coaches of the Year

Tom Drennan, Rhode Island - New England
Frank Landrey, Liberty - Mid-Atlantic
Larry Penley, Clemson - South
Buddy Alexander, Florida - Southeast
Mike Small, Illinois - Midwest
Mike Holder, Oklahoma State - Central
Mike Ketcham, Arkansas - South Central
Glen Millican, New Mexico - Southwest
O.D. Vincent, UCLA - Pacific

PING All-America Team

First Team
Ricky Barnes, Arizona
Dustin Bray, North Carolina
Alejandro Ca?izares, Arizona State
Bill Haas, Wake Forest
Brock Mackenzie, Washington
Hunter Mahan, Oklahoma State
Troy Matteson, Georgia Tech
Chris Nallen, Arizona
Brandt Snedeker, Vanderbilt
D.J. Trahan, Clemson
Nick Watney, Fresno State
Second Team
Steve Conway, UCLA
Andrew Dahl, Arkansas
Brendon de Jonge, Virginia Tech
Jack Ferguson, Clemson
David Inglis, Tulsa
James Lepp, Illinois
Michael Letzig, New Mexico
Bruce McDonald, College of Charleston
Ryan Moore, UNLV
Oliver Wilson, Augusta State
Third Team
Jason Hartwick, Texas
Matt Hendrix, Clemson
Patrick Nagle, Illinois
Adam Rubinson, TCU
Chris Stroud, Lamar
Dan Swanson, UTEP
Peter Tomasulo, California
Camilo Villegas, Florida
Justin Walters, NC State
Lee Williams, Auburn
Honorable Mention
Ryan Baca, Baylor
Chris Baryla, UTEP
Brett Callas, Houston
David Denham, Georgia
Zach Doran, Ohio State
Judd Easterling, Wichita State
Matt Every, Florida
Ryan Gildersleeve, South Alabama
Brad Heaven, Toledo
John Holmes, Kentucky
John Humprhies, LSU
Eirik Johansen, South Carolina
Tom Johnson, Northwestern
Travis Johnson, UCLA
Kevin Kisner, Georgia
Martin Laird, Colorado State
Chris Marshall, Kansas
Gareth Maybin, South Alabama
John Merrick, UCLA
Jason Moon, NC State
Simon Nash, Minnesota
Michael Putnam, Pepperdine
Chez Reavie, Arizona State
Zack Robinson, Oklahoma State
Matt Rosenfeld, Texas
David Schultz, TCU
David Skinns, Tennessee
Justin Smith, Minnesota
Nicholas Thompson, Georgia Tech
Richard Treis, North Carolina
Emmett Turner, Augusta State
James Vargas, Florida
Brent Wanner, Wake Forest
Chad Wilfong, Wake Forest

Softspikes All-Freshmen Team

Alejandro Ca?izares, Arizona State
Eirik Tage Johansen, South Carolina
Kevin Kisner, Georgia
Patrick Nagle, Illinois
Matt Rosenfeld, Texas
James Vargas, Florida

Team Effort Regional Champions

Clemson - East
Oklahoma State - Central
UCLA - West

Team Effort Regional Medallists

Troy Matteson, Georgia Tech - East
Brett Callas, Houston - Central
Michael Letzig, New Mexico - West

Cleveland Golf All-America Scholars

Ryan Abbate, SMU
Justin Ahasic, Santa Clara
Mathew Anderson, Minnesota
Scott Anderson, Ohio State
Zach Atkinson, North Texas
Kyle Bradley, College of Charleston
Parker Briley, Texas A&M
Derek C. Butts, Drake
Ryan James Campbell, Troy State
Jose Campra, Jacksonville State
Stephen Carroll, Colorado
Michael Castleforte, Duke
Christopher Cirimotich, Butler
James Clarke, Rhode Island
Jordan Code, Florida
Kenny Cook, Ball State
Justin Cross, Ball State
Brian J. Crum Navy
Buddy Davis, Furman
Sean Deacon, Oregon State
James Douris, Bethune-Cookman
George Downing, Stanford
Julien Duxin, Southwest Missouri State
F.J. Daniel Felder, Wofford
Mitchell Foss, Butler
Adam Fuchs, Binghamton
Anthony Giarratano, Denver
Geoffrey Harris, Old Dominion
Billy Hurley, Navy
Ryan Hybl, Georgia
Travis Johnson, UCLA
Kasper Jorgenson, Georgia State
Michael Jurgensen, Oregon State
John Koskinen, Michigan State
Kurt Kowaluk, Wyoming
Thomas Kulcak, North Texas
Martin Laird, Colorado State
Michael R. Lavery, California-Irvine
Mark Leveck, Iona
Benjamin Levy, Yale
Ryan Loucks, Elon
Brad Lusenhop, Florida State
Jeremy Lyons, Iowa State
Doug Manor, Oklahoma
Trevar Matheson, Baylor
Troy Matteson, Georgia Tech
Ian Medlock, New Mexico
Travis R. Mobley, Georgia Southern
Ryan Nicklaus Morgan, Rice
David Nichols, Michigan
Anthony Olson, Missouri-Kansas City
Kevin Oswald, Iowa State
Jared Davis Overton, BYU
Chad Perman, Penn
Christopher Piercy, Old Dominion
Andrew Pratt, Tennessee
Michael Radek, Missouri
Brian Six, UC-Santa Barbara
Greg Stephanson, Iowa State
Jon Ashley Stephenson, Wofford
Andrew Svoboda, St. John?s
Luke Swilor, Utah
Peter Tomasulo, California
Jeffrey Tracy, St. Bonaventure
Cassidy Traub, Princeton
Richard Treis, North Carolina
Justin VanHyning, Seton Hall
Camilo Villegas, Florida
Justin Walters, NC State
Brent Wanner, Wake Forest
Isaac Weintraub, San Jose State
Bjorn Widerstedt, Northwestern
Lee Williams, Auburn
Neel Williams, Yale
Chris Yoder, Wake Forest

PING All-Region Teams

New England
Michael Carbone, Rhode Island
Kenneth Fahey, Rhode Island
Adam Fuchs, Binghamton
Steve Gray, Yale
Keith Hendrickson, Binghamton
Chris Holmes, Hartford
Andrew Klein, Harvard
Joe Kunz, Binghamton
Scott Manley, Army
Bobby Myles, Central Connecticut State
Ryan Riley, Sacred Heart
Petr Skopovy, Central Connecticut State
Chad Spencer, Rhode Island
David Spitz, Rhode Island
Neel Williams, Yale
Mid-Atlantic
Nick Cook, Georgetown
Brian Crum, Navy
James Farrah, Georgetown
Jim Fuller, Penn State
Billy Hurley, Navy
Tim Kane, Maryland
Mark Leon, Penn State
Jay Lindell, St. Bonaventure
Craig Mason, George Mason
John Moheyer, Maryland
Chad Perman, Penn
Greg Pieczynski, Penn State
Andrew Svoboda, St. John?s
Billy Wingerd, Towson
Jay Woodson, James Madison
South
Ram?n Bescansa, North Carolina
Dustin Bray, North Carolina
Brendon de Jonge, Virginia Tech
Jack Ferguson, Clemson
Bill Haas, Wake Forest
Geoffrey Harris, Old Dominion
Matt Hendrix, Clemson
Gregg Jones, Clemson
Troy Matteson, Georgia Tech
D.J. Trahan, Clemson
Richard Treis, North Carolina
Emmett Turner, Augusta State
Justin Walters, NC State
Brent Wanner, Wake Forest
Oliver Wilson, Augusta State
Southeast
Matias Anselmo, Jacksonville State
David Denham, Georgia
Ryan Gildersleeve, South Alabama
Ty Harris, Georgia State
John Humphries, Lousiana State
Eirik Tage Johansen, South Carolina
Kevin Kisner, Georgia
Gareth Maybin, South Alabama
Bruce McDonald, Charleston
David Skinns, Tennessee
Brandt Snedeker, Vanderbilt
Brett Stegmaier, Florida
James Vargas, Florida
Camilo Villegas, Florida
Lee Williams, Auburn
Midwest
Matt Anderson, Minnesota
Brandon Brown, Eastern Kentucky
Zack Doran, Ohio State
Brad Heaven, Toledo
John Holmes, Kentucy
Tom Johnson, Northwestern
Brett Jones, Louisville
Eric Jorgensen, Michigan State
Peter Karmis, Purdue
Peter Laws, Kent State
James Lepp, Illinois
Patrick Nagle, Illinois
Simon Nash, Minnesota
Jeff Overton, Indiana
Justin Smith, Minnesota
Central
Stephen Carroll, Colorado
Chris Clarke, Oklahoma State
Judd Easterling, Wichita State
Martin Flores, Oklahoma
David Inglis, Tulsa
John Kidwell, Oklahoma
Hunter Mahan, Oklahoma State
Chris Marshall, Kansas
Blake Martin, Oklahoma
P?r Nilsson, Oklahoma State
Chris Noel, Tulsa
Alex Nor?n, Oklahoma State
Zack Robinson, Oklahoma State
Julien Trudeau, Wichita State
Aaron Watkins, Kansas State
South Central
Zack Atkinson, North Texas
Ryan Baca, Baylor
Brett Callas, Houston
Andrew Dahl, Arkansas
Jason Hartwick, Texas
Matt Larson, Lamar
Nicholas Loar, SMU
Adam Meyer, TCU
Matt Rosenfeld, Texas
Adam Rubinson, TCU
David Schultz, TCU
Chris Stroud, Lamar
David Tasker, Texas A&M
J.J. Wall, Texas
Adam Wing, Arkansas
Southwest
Chris Baryla, UTEP
Jay Choi, New Mexico
Barrett Jarosch, Denver
Lars Johansson, San Diego State
Martin Laird, Colorado State
Michael Letzig, New Mexico
Greg Machtaler, BYU
Ian Medlock, New Mexico
Nolan Martin, Colorada State
Chad Spencer, Fresno State
Daniel Summerhays, BYU
Dan Swanson, UTEP
Mark Warman, San Diego State
Nick Watney, Fresno State
Shawn Wills, Denver
Pacific
Ricky Barnes, Arizona
Travis Bertoni, Cal Poly
Alejandro Ca?izares, Arizona State
Jeff Coburn, California-Irvine
Steve Conway, UCLA
John Ellis, Oregon
Brock Mackenzie, Washington
John Merrick, UCLA
Roy Moon, UCLA
Ryan Moore, UNLV
Chris Nallen, Arizona
Michael Putnam, Pepperdine
Chez Reavie, Arizona State
Peter Tomasulo, California
Travis Whisman, UNLV

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