GCAA names NAIA Ping All-America selections

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The GCAA has announced its 2014 Ping All-America first-, second- and third-team selections:

First Team

  • Ian Ansett, Wayland Baptist
  • Ryan Connolly, Wayland Baptist
  • Tyler Falk, Northwest Christian
  • Dylan Freeman, Coastal Georgia
  • Daniel Jansen, Faulkner
  • Anthony Marchesani, Oklahoma City
  • James Marchesani, Oklahoma City
  • Jose Rolz, Texas Wesleyan
  • Damon Salo, Johnson & Wales
  • Julian Taylor, William Woods

Second Team

  • Allen Bradford, Coastal Georgia
  • Anders Ellingsberg, Wayland Baptist
  • Peter French, Johnson & Wales
  • Jesse Heinly, Concordia (Ore.)
  • David Houlding, William Woods
  • Billy McKenzie, William Woods
  • Jay Monahan, Grand View
  • Ryan Odom, CSU San Marcos
  • Michal Pospisil, University of the Cumberlands
  • Jose Vega, Bellevue

Third Team

  • Felix Aberg, Northwood (Fla.)
  • Nikolaj Brons-Piche, Texas Wesleyan
  • Matthew Cheung, Oklahoma City
  • Hrafn Gudlaugsson, Faulkner
  • Mateo Gomez, Oklahoma Baptist
  • Nicolas Herrera, Bellevue
  • Ben Johnson, Bethany (Kan.)
  • Conner Kozak, British Columbia
  • Garrison Mendoza, Oklahoma City
  • Thane Ringler, The Master’s College
  • Scott Secord, British Columbia
  • Matt Wells, William Woods
  • Jack Wood, British Columbia
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