NORMAN, Okla.—Texas A&M’s Cameron Peck was an honorable-mention selection to the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) All-America team, the organization announced Wednesday.
Peck, a junior from Olympia, Wash., earned All-America accolades for the third consecutive season despite not participating in any postseason tournaments. He joins PGA Tour alums David Ogrin (1977-79) and Danny Briggs (1981-83) as the only other three-time All-Americans in program history.
Named the squad’s Most Valuable Player by his teammates, Peck led the team with a 72.06 stroke average before a back injury prematurely cut short his season. He posted eight top-20 and five top-10 finishes en route to earning All-Big 12 and PING All-Central Region honors.
Peck was instrumental in helping lift the Big 12 Champion Aggies into the postseason, where they would go on to post a fifth-straight top-15 finish—one of only two schools nationally to do so.
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