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2020 NAIA PING All-America Teams Named

NORMAN, Okla. — 2020 NAIA PING All-America Teams have been announced today by the GCAA. Wilhelm Ahlgren of Keiser, Lindsey Wilson’s Callum Blinkhorn, Noah Hoffman of Ottawa (AZ), Carl Didrik Meen Fosaas of Keiser, Oklahoma City’s David Meyers, Ruan Pretorius of Point, Dalton State’s Ben Rebne, Eli Scott and Chip Thompson of Coastal Georgia, Alexandre Vandermoten of Ottawa (AZ), and Eric Wowor of Point all earned first-team honors.

Sport Allmond of Dalton State, Oklahoma City’s Peri’Don Castille, Matthew Cleary of Dalton State, Texas Wesleyan’s Tyron Davidowitz, Nicolas Evangelio of Missouri Valley, Johannes Hounsgaard of Wayland Baptist, Coastal Georgia’s Jackson Lawlor, Dawson Peters and Jacob Thomas of South Carolina Beaufort, Ryan Van Der Klis of Point, and Phil Williams of Ottawa (AZ) comprised the second team.

Third-team honorees included Colby Blake of William Carey, Keiser’s Lucas Cena, Dawson Day of Truett McConnell, Ethan de Graaf of British Columbia, Sentanio Minnie of Wayland Baptist, Texas Wesleyan’s Victor Miron, Ryan Morant of Houston-Victoria, Timothy Nielsen of Keiser, Oklahoma City’s Carson Seals, Sebastian Tremulot of Wayland Baptist, and Emiel Van Geet of Southwestern (KS).

A total of 10 golfers were named honorable mention All-America.

NAIA PING All-America Teams

First Team
Wilhelm Ahlgren, Keiser
Callum Blinkhorn, Lindsey Wilson
Noah Hoffman, Ottawa (AZ)
Carl Didrik Meen Fosaas, Keiser
David Meyers, Oklahoma City
Ruan Pretorius, Point
Ben Rebne, Dalton State
Eli Scott, Coastal Georgia
Chip Thompson, Coastal Georgia
Alexandre Vandermoten, Ottawa (AZ)
Eric Wowor, Point

Second Team
Sport Allmond, Dalton State
Peri'Don Castille, Oklahoma City
Matthew Cleary, Dalton State
Tyron Davidowitz, Texas Wesleyan
Nicolas Evangelio, Missouri Valley
Johannes Hounsgaard, Wayland Baptist
Jackson Lawlor, Coastal Georgia
Dawson Peters, South Carolina Beaufort
Jacob Thomas, South Carolina Beaufort
Ryan Van Der Klis, Point
Phil Williams, Ottawa (AZ)

Third Team
Colby Blake, William Carey
Lucas Cena, Keiser
Dawson Day, Truett-McConnell
Ethan de Graaf, British Columbia
Sentanio Minnie, Wayland Baptist
Victor Miron, Texas Wesleyan
Ryan Morant, Houston-Victoria
Timothy Nielsen, Keiser
Carson Seals, Oklahoma City
Sebastian Tremulot, Wayland Baptist
Emiel Van Geet, Southwestern (KS)

Honorable Mention
Taylor Beckstead, Texas Wesleyan
Santiago Chamorro, Oklahoma City
Robin Conlan, Victoria
Mason Domecq, Ottawa (AZ)
Jonathan Douglass, Morningside
Pablo Hernandez, Missouri Valley
Josh Miller, Victoria
Joe Tucker, Coastal Georgia
Blake Vise, Holy Cross (IN)
Chris Whitney, Reinhardt