MG: Hunter Brown named Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar

Hunter Brown is a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar.

July 24, 2013

ARLINGTON, Texas – UT Arlington golfer Hunter Brown, who recently completed his senior season, was named one of Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars for Division I by the GCAA.

Brown is the first UT Arlington golfer to be named a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar twice. He was also named to the Division I team after his junior year in 2012.

"I have had some great student-athletes in my 15 years at UTA, but Hunter is arguably the hardest worker I have ever had in the classroom and on the golf course," UT Arlington coach Jay Rees said.

"He made great sacrifices for our golf program and I will never forget his contributions in helping up with the Southland Conference golf championship in 2011. He is one of my all-time favorites."

A total of 152 players in Division I, 57 in Division II and 18 in NAIA earned the honor. Additionally, 21 honorees were added to the previously released Division III Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars.

To be eligible for Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar status an individual must be a junior or senior academically, compete in at least three full years at the collegiate level, participate in 50-percent of his team's competitive rounds or compete in the NCAA Championships, have a stroke-average under 76.0 in Division I, and maintain a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.2. A recipient must also be of high moral character and be in good standing at his college or university.

Division I Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars

Brian Anania, Marshall
Abraham Ancer, Oklahoma
Bo Andrews, Georgia Tech
Lucas Armstrong, Middle Tennessee
Nicholas Austin, Richmond
Derek Baade, New Mexico State
Matt Ball, VCA
Brandon Hagy, California
Thomas Bass, UNCW
Toni Hakula, Texas
Benjamin Bauch, New Mexico
James Beale, Mercer
Evan Beck, Wake Forest
Michael Bekken, William & Mary
Nick Benton, UALR
Sam Bernstein, Yale
Eric Brady, East Carolina
Stefan Brewer, UNCW
Tom Brown, Mississippi
Hunter Brown, UT Arlington

Matt Brown, Furman
Russell Budd, DePaul
Robi Calvesbert, Mississippi State
Niclas Carlsson, Auburn
John Catlin, New Mexico
Christian Bryce Chalkley, Virginia Tech
Derek Chang, Augusta State
Eli Cole, TCU
Corey Conners, Kent State
Ryan Couglin, Boston College
Emilio Cuartero, Missouri
Bernard D’Amato, Princeton
Anthony DeGol, Penn State
Kevin Dougherty, Oklahoma State
Greg Eason, UCF
Dan Ellis, MIchigan State
Jake Erickson, Southern Illinois
Will Evans, Georgia Southern
Finley Ewing IV, Texas Tech
Pedro Figueiredo, UCLA
David Fink, Oregon State
Hank Frame, Washington State
Joe Gasser, Ball State
Austin Gaugert, Valparaiso
Ryan Gay, St. John’s
Ben Greene, Kennesaw State
Tyler Gruca, Georgia State
Joe Gunerman, Towson
Justin Haley, Cal Poly
Jordan Hammer, BYU
Charlie Harrison, Wake Forest
Ricky Hearden, Illinois State
Michael Hebert, Auburn
Kyle Henning, Valparaiso
Peder Hermansson, Kennesaw State
Jordan Herzog, Weber State
Tanner Higham, Utah State
Robert Hoadley, UNCG
Willy Hogan, New Mexico State
Chance Holden, Arkansas State
Jacob Holt, Southern Utah
John Duke Hudson, College of Charleston
Charlie Hughes, Washington
Lane Hulse, South Alabama
Drew Imel, IPFW
Gregory Jarmas, Princeton
Jeff Jones, Weber State
Michael Kania, Villanova
Blake Kelley, South Alabama
Austin Kelly, Miami (Ohio)
Easton Key, Arkansas State
Jonathan Klotz, Kennesaw State
Kyle Kmiecik, Kent State
Hunter Kraus, Missouri
Brad Kushner, Yale
Rick Lamb, Tennessee
Andrew Lane, Notre Dame
Tony Lazzara, Ball State
Theodore Lederhausen, Harvard
Steve Lee, Memphis
Rich Leeper, James Madison
Nicholas Losole III, Northwestern
Mark MacDonald, Miami (Ohio)
Grant Martens, Cal Poly
Ian McConnell, Liberty
Ryan McCormick, St. John’s
Michael McGee, Indiana
James McKay, Liberty
Brent McKenzie, Wofford
Mac McLaughlin, Virginia
Payne McLeod, UNCW
Tyler Merkel, Ball State
Chris Meyer, Wisconsin
London Michelson, Rice
Devin Miertschin, UTEP
David Mills, Indiana
Grant Milner, Memphis
Charles Moore, Wofford
Caulder Moore, South Carolina
Tommy Mou, Florida
Trey Mullinax, Alabama
Ryan Mulvany, Nevada
Mark Mumford, Tulsa
Erik Oja, Arizona
Brinson Paolini, Duke

Eric Parish, Wyoming

William Pearson, Memphis

Jack Perry, Northwestern

Niall Platt, Notre Dame

Fielding Preston, Pennsylvania

Ole Ramsnes, Denver

Trent Redfern, Arizona

Simon Reyers, Detroit Mercy

Steve Rickels, Northern Kentucky

Brandon Rodgers, Tennessee

Jeremy Rogers, Marshall

Chanat Sakulpolphaisan, Mississippi State

Stratton Schulz, Utah Valley

Rob Seibly, Seattle

Aaron Siekmann, Xavier

John Skeadas III, Davidson

Sebastian Soderberg, Coastal Carolina

Joel Stalter, California

Alex Stinson, Ball State

Scott Strohmeyer, Alabama

Adam Sumrall, Duke

Julian Suri, Duke

Quinn Vilneff, Evansville

Ryan Vince, James Madison

Brett Walker, New Mexico State

Daniel Walker, Richmond

Michael Weaver, California

Andrew Wegeng, Butler

Jeremy Wells, William & Mary

Alex Wennstam, Augusta State

Rhys West, Southeastern Louisiana

Thomas Wettstein, Valparaiso

Cory Whitsett, Alabama

Ryan Williams, Sacramento State

Travis Wilmore, Louisiana Tech

Kyle Wilshire, UCF

Patrick Wilson, St. John’s

Cameron Wilson, Stanford

Daniel Wood, Kansas State

Chris Worrell, Tulsa

Bobby Wyatt, Alabama

Curtis Yonke, Kansas State

Daily Young, Missouri State

Andrew Yun, Stanford

Corey Ziedonis, Indiana

Nick Zimmerman, UALR

Wessel Zwiegers, Arkanas State




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