Petersson Picked For DI PING All-Region Team

Petersson Picked For DI PING All-Region Team

EUGENE, Ore. – The Division I PING All-Region honorees were announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) on Saturday, May 29 and Augusta University senior Robin Petersson made the list for the Southeast Region.

A total of 156 players across six regions - Northeast, East, Southeast, Midwest, Central and West - earned all-region honors for 2016. Petersson is one of 30 players to be honored on the Southeast Region list.

Robin Petersson (Landskrona, Sweden) ended his collegiate career with one of his best seasons in Augusta. He earned a No. 29 national ranking by The Jaguars reached the NCAA Stillwater regional and finished in the top 10 in all 13 tournaments while earning a No. 29 national ranking.

Petersson had three individual wins on the season. He took first place at the NC State Wolfpack Intercollegiate firing back-to-back 68's, won the Kiawah Classic shooting 68 and 66, and carded first-place honors at the MEAC Championship for the second consecutive year. He was named the MEAC Most Outstanding Player.

Posting six top-five finishes and nine top-20 finishes in his 12 events, Petersson ended the year with a 71.45 stroke average and had 20 rounds at par or better and 11 rounds in the 60s.

The Arnold Palmer Cup teams for both Europe and the United States were announced on April 18 on Golf Channel's Morning Drive and Petersson was named to the European squad. The annual Ryder Cup-style competition will be played June 24-26 at Formby Golf Cub in Formby, England.


Division I PING All-Region Teams


Dawson Armstrong, Lipscomb

Sam Burns, LSU

Claudio Correa, USF

Cristobal Del Solar, Florida State

Luis Gagne, LSU

Will Gordon, Vanderbilt

Zach Healy, Georgia

Sam Horsfield, Florida

Keenan Huskey, South Carolina

Michael Johnson, Auburn

Chase Koepka, USF

Hank Lebioda, Florida State

Tom Lovelady, Alabama

Patrick Martin Vanderbilt

Lee McCoy, Georgia

Tyler McDaniel, Kentucky

Chad Merzbacher, Tennessee

Matt NeSmith, South Carolina

Aksel Olsen, USF

Thomas Perrot, Memphis

Robin Petersson, Augusta

Davis Riley, Alabama

Matthias Schwab, Vanderbilt

Robby Shelton, Alabama

Greyson Sigg, Georgia

Jacob Solomon, Auburn

Sepp Straka, Georgia

Alejandro Tosti, Florida

Lars van Meijel, Memphis

Zach Wright, LSU



Cole Berman, Georgetown

Chris Crawford, Drexel

Robert Deng, Harvard

Eric Dietrich, Connecticut

JD Dornes, Penn State

Luke Graboyes, Cornell

Tom Harris, Maryland

Chris Houston, Penn State

Charles Huntzinger, Penn State

Lloyd Jefferson Go, Seton Hall

Peter Kim, Army

David Kocher, Maryland

Brandon Matthews, Temple

Cole Miller, Penn State

Quinn Prchal, Princeton

Marcus Plunkett, Army

Harrison Rhoades, Georgetown

Evan Russell, Hartford

Dean Sakata, Army

Harrison Shih, Columbia

McKinley Slade, Bryant

Ethan Wall, Loyola (Md.)

Billy Walthouse, Rhode Island

Li Wang, Yale

Zach Zaback, Connecticut



Adam Ball, VCU

Derek Bard, Virginia

Stephen Behr, Clemson

Miller Capps, Clemson

Ryan Cole, James Madison

Patrick Cover, UNCW

Stephen Franken, NC State

Austin James, Charleston Southern

Carter Jenkins, North Carolina

RJ Keur, Charleston Southern

Austin Langdale, Clemson

Isaiah Logue, Liberty

Paul McBride, Wake Forest

Adrian Meronk, ETSU

Bryson Nimmer, Clemson

Andrew Novak, Wofford

William Rainey, College of Charleston

William Register, North Carolina

Alex Smalley, Duke

Jimmy Stanger, Virginia

Vince Whaley, Georgia Tech

Davis Womble, Wake Forest

Adam Wood, Duke

Carson Young, Clemson

Will Zalatoris, Wake Forest



Fernando Barco, Purdue

Otto Black, Toledo

Brian Carlson, Purdue

Charlie Danielson, Illinois

Keegan de Lange, Louisville

Thomas Detry, Illinois

Austin Eoff, Purdue

Patrick Flavin, Miami (OH)

Will Grimmer, Ohio State

Nick Hardy, Illinois

Josh Heinze, Michigan State

Ian Holt, Kent State

Chase Johnson, Kent State

Tee-k Kelly, Ohio State

Raymond Knoll, Iowa

Joo-Young Lee, Northern Illinois

Dylan Meyer, Illinois

Jose Montano, Xavier

Kyle Mueller, Michigan

Chris O'Neill, Michigan

Mitch Rutledge, Michigan State

Carson Schaake, Iowa

Robin Sciot-Siegrist, Louisville

Dylan Wu, Northwestern

Nate Yankovich, Iowa



Braden Bailey, Baylor

Paul Barjon, TCU

Cameron Champ, Texas A&M

Wyndham Clark, Oklahoma State

Brad Dalke, Oklahoma

Nicolas Echavarria, Arkansas

Martin Eriksson, McNeese State

Doug Ghim, Texas

Gavin Hall, Texas

Grant Hirschman, Oklahoma

Beau Hossler, Texas

Brendon Jelley, Oklahoma State

Victor Lange, Louisiana Tech

Max McGreevy, Oklahoma

Taylor Moore, Arkansas

Jordan Niebrugge, Oklahoma State

Stratton Nolan, Oklahoma State

Alvaro Ortiz, Arkansas

Michael Perras, Houston

Chandler Phillips, Texas A&M

Hannes Ronneblad, Texas Tech

Antoine Rozner, UMKC

Scottie Scheffler, Texas

Kristoffer Ventura, Oklahoma State

Nick Voke, Iowa State



Shintaro Ban, UNLV

Shotaro Ban, California

David Boote, Stanford

Sean Crocker, Southern California

Jonathan De Los Reyes, St. Mary's

Jared du Toit, Arizona State

Jonathan Garrick, UCLA

Rico Hoey, Southern California

Franklin Huang, Stanford

KK Limbhasut, California

Maverick McNealy, Stanford

Nahum Mendoza III, San Diego State

Riccardo Michelini, San Diego State

Collin Morikawa, California

John Oda, UNLV

Jeremy Paul, Colorado

Corey Pereira, Washington

Jon Rahm, Arizona State

Ryann Ree, San Diego State

Max Rottluff, Arizona State

Jonah Texeira, Southern California

Sahith Theegala, Pepperdine

Sean Walsh, Gonzaga

Frederick Wedel, Pepperdine

Aaron Wise, Oregon

Carl Yuan, Washington


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