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Golf: Smith, Landry Named All American Scholars

Smith, Landry Named All American Scholars
Golf  07/13/2007  Courtesy RaginCajuns.com
 

NORMAN, Okla.-The Cleveland Golf All-America Scholars for Division I and II have been announced by the GCAA All-America Scholars Committee. Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns golfers Morgan Landry and Michael Smith were named to the list. 

Juniors and seniors with a 3.2 minimum cumulative grade-point average are eligible to be a Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar. In addition, athletes must obtain under a 76.0 stroke average for Division I, under a 78.0 for Division II and under 79.0 for Division III.

Smith and Landry led the Cajuns during the 2006-07 season.  The duo were two of just three players to play 36 rounds on the year.  Smith led the team with a 73.9 stroke average, while Landry followed with a 75.0 mark.  Smith led the Cajuns with 10 sub-par rounds on the season.  Landry carded four rounds under par, submitting a season low 68 at the Hal Sutton Intercollegiate. 

The 2006-2007 Cleveland Golf All-America Scholars are as follows:

Division I:
William Allcorn, Baylor
Fredrik Andersson, Arizona State
Gunnar Avinelis, Fresno State
Chris Baker, Iowa State
Tom Ballinger, Kent State
Nicholas Becker, Brigham Young
Barden Berry, North Carolina
Bryan Bigley, Siena
Louis Bishop, UC Davis
Jonas Blixt, Florida State
Wallace Booth, Augusta State
Alan Borowsky, Lehigh
Chris Bouchard, Evansville
Marc Bourgeois, Kent State
Matthew Busa, Georgetown
Gregg Buckway, Weber State
Zack Byrd, Coastal Carolina
Roberto Castro, Georgia Tech
Grant Christman, Ohio
Mitch Cohlmia, Tulsa
Julian Colmenares, Jacksonville State
Wayne Denger, Ball State
Andrew DiBitetto, Charlotte
Tyler Docking, Kansas
Kevin Dore, Michigan
Brad Doster, Kentucky
Brian Edick, UC Irvine
Justin Fetcho, South Florida
Oscar Floren, Texas Tech
Matthew Gann, Morehead State
CJ Gato, UNLV
Stan Guerrero, Old Dominion
Keith Guest, Augusta State
Rodney Hamblin, Iowa State
Matt Hanlon, U.S. Military Academy
Jonas Enander Hedin, Charlotte
Ryan Henry, Tulsa
Nick Higham, Weber State
Graham Hill, Eastern Michigan
Taylor Hobin, San Francisco
CD Hockersmith, Ball State
Kyle Hosick, Illinois
Ben Howe, St. Bonaventure
Justin Hull, Toledo
Shawn Jasper, Missouri
Zach Jecklin, Northern Illinois
Garrett Jones, Wisconsin
Pariya Jonhasavasdikul, Purdue
Jeff Kaiser, Wisconsin
John Kelly, Missouri
Alexander Knoll, Davidson
Sam Korbe, Tulsa
Morgan Landry, Louisiana-Lafayette
Kevin Larsen, Georgia Tech
Colby Lindsay, UTEP
Tyler Leon, Oklahoma State
Trevor Loe, Gonzaga
Pablo Martin, Oklahoma State
Marc Matalavage, NC-Wilmington
Mark Alexander Matza, Yale
Stephen Mayo, Davidson
Michael McRae, Saint Mary’s (Calif.)
Garret Merrell, Texas Tech
Brett Myers, Tulsa
Kyle Morris, Seton Hall
Jay Moseley, Auburn
Colin Norris, UTPA
Andrew Oleksak, Hartford
John Pelet, Richmond
Justin Perry, Western Kentucky
Thomas Petersson, Pacific
Ryan Posey, Oklahoma State
Brian Prouty, Arizona
Lindsay Renolds, Coastal Carolina
Zachary Reeves, Texas-Arlington
Robert Rohanna, Penn State
Bryan Rozier, Jacksonville State
Tim Schaetzel, Michigan
Gareth Shaw, East Tennessee State
Ryan Siekmann, Ohio
Andy Skillman, Ball State
Michael Smith, Louisiana-Lafayette
Matthew Snowden, Arkansas State
Giwon Suh, Central Florida
Daniel Summerhays, Brigham Young
Joseph Sykora, Alabama
Jarred Texter, UNLV
Warren Thomas, South Carolina
Chase Thomas, Baylor
Brendan Todd, Georgia
Trey Todd, Texas A&M
Jordan Utley, Richmond
Manuel Villegas, Florida
Tino Weiss, Tennessee
Oliver West, Kennesaw State
Derrick Whiting, Colorado State
Chris Wilson, Northwestern
Michael Wilson, California
Jeff Wolniewicz, Binghamton
Kyle Yonke, Kansas State

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