GCAA names Division I Ping All-Americans

On the final day of the 2010 Ryder Cup golf tournament at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, Wales, Monday, Oct.  4, 2010 the team gathers to celebrate their victory including Scottish golfer and European captain Colin Montgomerie.

GCAA names Division I Ping All-Americans


GCAA names Division I Ping All-Americans

After the first team Ping All-Americans were announced during the NCAA Championship in May, the GCAA named the players to the second, third and honorable mention teams this week. Here are the players that made the team:

First Team

Full list and story right here.

Second Team

  • Brian Campbell, Illinois
  • Sebastian Cappelen, Arkansas
  • Wyndham Clark, Oklahoma State
  • Bryson Dechambeau, SMU
  • Joey Garber, Georgia
  • Gavin Green, New Mexico
  • Denny McCarthy, Virginia
  • Trey Mullinax, Alabama
  • Seth Reeves, Georgia Tech
  • Roman Robledo, Houston

Third Team

  • Emilio Cuartero, Missouri
  • Trevor Cone, Virginia Tech
  • Paul Dunne, Alabama-Birmingham
  • Talor Gooch, Oklahoma State
  • Ricardo Gouveia, Central Florida
  • Rico Hoey, USC
  • Stewart Jolly, LSU
  • Chase Koepka, South Florida
  • Jack Maguire, Florida State
  • Cory Whitsett, Alabama

Honorable Mention

  • David Boote, Stanford
  • Niclas Carlsson, Auburn
  • Lorens Chan, UCLA
  • Cheng-Tsung Pan, Washington
  • Michael Cromie, Georgia
  • Charlie Danielson, Illinois
  • Thomas Detry, Illinois
  • Grant Forrest, San Diego
  • Jonathan Garrick, UCLA
  • Toni Hakula, Texas
  • Beau Hossler, Texas
  • Marco Iten, Austin Peay
  • Kyle Jones, Baylor
  • M.J. Maguire, North Florida
  • Lee McCoy, Georgia
  • Jose Mendez, Minnesota
  • Will Murphy, South Carolina
  • Jordan Niebrugge, Oklahoma State
  • Erik Oja, Arizona
  • Anthony Paolucci, USC
  • Taylor Pendrith, Kent State
  • J.T. Poston, Western Carolina
  • Jon Rahm, Arizona State
  • Chris Robb, Chattanooga
  • James Ross, Houston
  • Trey Rule, Mercer
  • Jonathan Sanders, Washington
  • Ben Taylor, LSU
  • Curtis Thompson, LSU
  • Ryan Zech, Missouri



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