Burgoon Picks Up All-American Honors

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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Texas A&M sophomore Bronson Burgoon (The Woodlands, Texas) has been named third-team All-American by the Golf Coaches Association of America.

Burgoon is the first Aggie golfer to make higher than honorable mention All-America since Anthony Rodriguez was a first-team pick in 1995. Andrew Parr was an honorable mention selection last season.

Burgoon led the Aggies with a 72.13 stroke average, the third best in school history. He posted nine top-20 finishes in 10 tournaments, including four top-10s.

Burgoon was the only Big 12 Conference player to make higher than honorable mention.

Division I PING All-America Teams

First Team
Rhys Davies, East Tennessee State
Billy Horschel, Florida
Dustin Johnson, Coastal Carolina
Chris Kirk, Georgia
Niklas Lemke, Arizona state
Jamie Lovemark, Southern California
Kyle Stanley, Clemson
Daniel Summerhays, Brigham Young
Brendon Todd, Georgia
Dawie van der Walt, Lamar

Second Team
Benjamin Alvarado, Arizona State
Charlie Beljan, New Mexico
Jonas Blixt, Florida State
Joseph Bramlett, Stanford
Roberto Castro, Georgia Tech
Kevin Chappell, UCLA
Rob Grube, Stanford
Brian Harman, Georgia
Michael Thompson, Alabama
Cameron Tringale, Georgia Tech

Third Team
Bronson Burgoon, Texas A&M
Derek Fathauer, Louisville
Matt Harmon, Michigan State
Colt Knost, SMU
Lucas Lee, UCLA
Brian Locke, Loyola Marymount
Zack Miller, Stanford
Matthew Savage, Stanford
Joel Sjoholm, Georgia State
Martin Ureta, North Carolina

Honorable Mention
Victor Almstrom, Minnesota
Oliver Bekker, Lamar
Louie Bishop, UC Davis
Matt Bortis, Texas
George Bryan IV, South Carolina
Jon Curran, Vanderbilt
Andrew DiBitetto, Charlotte
Oscar Floren, Texas Tech
Charles Ford, Tennessee
Aaron Goldberg, San Diego State
Chesson Hadley, Georgia Tech
Jason Kokrak, Xavier
Bronson LaCassie, Minnesota
Andrew Landry, Arkansas
Trent Leon, Oklahoma State
Daniel Lim, Stanford
Michael Manning, Augusta State
Pablo Martin, Oklahoma State
Adam Mitchell, Georgia
Brett Myers, Tulsa
Corey Nagy, Charlotte
Lindsey Renolds, Coastal Carolina
Matt Savage, Florida State
Michael Schachner, Duke
Gareth Shaw, East Tennessee State
Webb Simpson, Wake Forest
Tim Streng, Western Illinois
Zach Sucher, UAB
Jarred Texter, UNLV
Niall Turner, Minnesota
Mike Van Sickle, Marquette
Dan Woltman, Wisconsin