2013 Golfweek Division I All-Americans

USC head coach Andrea Gaston talks with Annie Park at No. 8 in Round 2 of the 2013 Women's NCAA Championship. Park posted a 67.

Women's Rankings »

RankNameSchoolRating
1SooBin KimWashington  68.24 
2Leona MaguireDuke  69.15 
3Celine BoutierDuke  69.47 
4Alison LeeUCLA  69.81 
5Annie ParkUSC  69.83 

Women's Team Rankings »

RankNameRatingEvents
1South Carolina 70.50 
2Washington 70.67 
3Duke 71.00 
4Southern California 71.17 
5Stanford 71.20 

Men's Rankings »

RankNameSchoolRating
1Cheng Tsung PanWashington  67.01 
2Lee McCoyGeorgia  67.57 
3Ollie SchniederjansGA Tech  67.59 
4Maverick McNealyStanford  67.76 
5Charlie DanielsonIllinois  68.42 

Men's Team Rankings »

RankNameRatingEvents
1Illinois 69.06 
2Florida State 69.55 
3Oregon 70.00 
4Texas 70.08 
5LSU 70.09 

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Cal's Joel Stalter, Max Homa, and Michael Kim follow Max Homa's match during the semifinals of match play at the 2013 NCAA Championship at Capital City Club Crabapple Course.

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Alabama's Bobby Wyatt at No. 7 at the 2013 NCAA Championship at Capital City Club Crabapple Course.

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Texas' Brandon Stone signals his ball left at No. 15 during the final round of stroke play of the 2013 NCAA Championship.

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TCU's Julien Brun watches his tee shot at No. 17 during Round 2 of the 2013 NCAA Championship at Capital City Club Crabapple Course.

Here is Golfweek's list of Division I All-Americans for the 2012-13 season.

Haskins Award winner Michael Kim of Cal leads the men's first-team selections while women's national champion USC boasts five All-America selections.

Kim is one of five Cal players chosen as All-Americans, but the only one on the first team. Men's national champion Alabama claims four All-Americans, including juniors Bobby Wyatt and Cory Whitsett, and sophomore Justin Thomas on the first team.

Texas freshman Brandon Stone, who recently turned professional, and Ben Hogan Award winner Chris Williams, a Washington senior, also made the first-team list.

USC's Annie Park and Trojan teammate Sophia Popov are among the women's first-team selections. Duke’s Lindy Duncan, runner-up at the national championship, also earned first-team honors, as did Alabama’s Stephanie Meadow, a strong candidate for Player of the Year entering the national championship.

After Park, Stanford’s Mariah Stackhouse is the only other freshman on the first-team list.

Golfweek's All-America teams are determined by players’ order in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings.

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Men

First team

  • Michael Kim, California
  • Brandon Stone, Texas
  • Bobby Wyatt, Alabama
  • Cory Whitsett, Alabama
  • Julien Brun, TCU
  • Justin Thomas, Alabama
  • Daniel Berger, Florida State
  • Sean Dale, North Florida
  • Patrick Rodgers, Stanford
  • Chris Williams, Washington

Second team

  • Michael Weaver, California
  • Joel Stalter, California
  • Max Homa, California
  • Cheng-Tsung Pan, Washington
  • Pontus Widegren, UCLA
  • James Erkenbeck, New Mexico
  • Greg Eason, Central Florida
  • Scott Fernandez, Iowa State
  • Brandon Hagy, California
  • Pedro Figueiredo, UCLA

Third team

  • Oliver Goss, Tennessee
  • Brinson Paolini, Duke
  • Cody Gribble, Texas
  • Cameron Wilson, Stanford
  • Albin Choi, N.C. State
  • Sebastian Cappelen, Arkansas
  • Anders Albertson, Georgia Tech
  • M.J. Maguire, North Florida
  • Ollie Schniederjans, Georgia Tech
  • Tyler McCumber, Florida

Honorable mention

  • Corey Conners, Kent State
  • Chase Seiffert, Florida State
  • Ian Davis, Oklahoma State
  • Gavin Green, New Mexico
  • Evan Beck, Wake Forest
  • Jonathan Garrick, UCLA
  • Jon Rahm, Arizona State
  • Thomas Pieters, Illinois
  • Rodolfo Cazaubon, North Texas
  • Trey Mullinax, Alabama
  • Kevin Phelan, North Florida
  • Kevin Penner, UNLV
  • Jordan Niebrugge, Oklahoma State
  • Yi Keun Chang, USC
  • Talor Gooch, Oklahoma State
  • Taylor Pendrith, Kent State
  • Sam Smith, USC
  • T.J. Vogel, Florida
  • Curtis Thompson, LSU
  • Kramer Hickok, Texas

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Women

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Alabama's Stephanie Meadow in the final round of the 2013 Women's NCAA Championship.

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Duke's Lindy Duncan, is a senior, finishing her college career at Duke in after the 2013 Women's NCAA Championship.

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Stanford's Mariah Stackhouse in Round 3 of the 2013 Women's NCAA Championship.

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USC's Sophia Popov hits her tee shot at No. 7 in Round 2 of the 2013 Women's NCAA Championship.

First team

  • Annie Park, USC
  • Stephanie Meadow, Alabama
  • Lindy Duncan, Duke
  • Mariah Stackhouse, Stanford
  • Sophia Popov, USC
  • Kelsey Vines, Oklahoma State
  • Chirapat Jao-Javanil, Oklahoma
  • Brittany Altomare, Virginia
  • Grace Na, Pepperdine
  • Erynne Lee, UCLA

Second team

  • Kyung Kim, USC
  • Paula Reto, Purdue
  • Tiffany Lua, UCLA
  • SooBin Kim, Washington
  • Noemi Jimenez, Arizona State
  • Hayley Davis, Baylor
  • Erica Popson, Tennessee
  • Ally McDonald, Mississippi State
  • Laetitia Beck, Duke
  • Lindsey Weaver, Notre Dame

Third team

  • Demi Runas, UC Davis
  • Kimberly Kaufman, Texas Tech
  • Doris Chen, USC
  • Emilie Burger, Georgia
  • Emma Talley, Alabama
  • Anne-Catherine Tanguay, Oklahoma
  • Cassy Isagawa, Oregon
  • Camilla Hedberg, Florida
  • Emily Tubert, Arkansas
  • Caroline Powers, Michigan State

Honorable mention

  • Julie Yang, Oklahoma State
  • Celine Boutier, Duke
  • Kendall Martindale, Vanderbilt
  • Casey Grice, North Carolina
  • Manon Gidali, Arizona
  • Madalene Sagstrom, LSU
  • Tonje Daffinrud, Denver
  • Jennifer Kirby, Alabama
  • Laura Blanco, Arizona State
  • Gaby Lopez, Arkansas
  • Krista Puisite, Texas State
  • Isabelle Lendl, Florida
  • Laura Wearn, Furman
  • Charlotte Thomas, Washington
  • Alejandra Cangrejo, Duke
  • Lauren Taylor, Baylor
  • Mia Piccio, Florida
  • Maribel Lopez Porras, Tulane
  • Manuela Carbajo Re, Georgia
  • Rachel Morris, USC
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