Mackenzie Named First-Team Golf All-American

June 1, 2003

Seattle, WA - Washington golfer Brock Mackenzie has been named a first-team PING All-American by the Golf Coaches Association of America. The junior from Yakima becomes the first Washington golfer to be a first-team selection. Last year Mackenzie was a second-team pick and earned honorable mention accolades as a freshman. He is the first three-time All-American in the program's history.

Mackenzie finished fifth at the 2003 NCAA Championships, posted a 3-over par score of 291 at Oklahoma State's Karsten Creek Golf Course. He was one of just seven golfers in the 156-man field to post at least two under-par rounds during the four-day event.

Mackenzie led Washington during the 2002-2003 season with a 71.63 stroke average, the second best in the program's history. He gained national attention when he shot 12-under 60 at Oregon's Duck Invitational at the Eugene Country Club on March 24. He became just the second collegiate golfer to post a 12-under score and the third to shoot 60 during an event.

He managed a top-10 finish in 10 of the 14 tournaments he played in during the season. He shot par or better in 25 of his 43 rounds. Mackenzie also tied the school record for a 54-hole score with a 202 he sot at The Nelson at Stanford in October.

2003 Golf Coaches Association of America Awards

PING All-America Team


Ricky Barnes, Arizona
Dustin Bray, North Carolina
Alejandro Ca�izares, Arizona State
Bill Haas, Wake Forest
Brock Mackenzie, Washington
Hunter Mahan, Oklahoma State
Troy Matteson, Georgia Tech
Chris Nallen, Arizona
Brandt Snedeker, Vanderbilt
D.J. Trahan, Clemson
Nick Watney, Fresno State

Steve Conway, UCLA
Andrew Dahl, Arkansas
Brandon de Jong, Virginia Tech
Jack Ferguson, Clemson
David Inglis, Tulsa
James Lepp, Illinois
Michael Letzig, New Mexico
Bruce McDonald, College of Charleston
Ryan Moore, UNLV
Oliver Wilson, Augusta State

Jason Hartwick, Texas
Matt Hendrix, Clemson
Patrick Nagle, Illinois
Adam Rubinson, TCU
Chris Stroud, Lamar
Dan Swanson, UTEP
Peter Tomasulo, California
Camilo Villegas, Florida
Justin Walters, NC State
Lee Williams, Auburn

Ryan Baca, Baylor
Chris Baryla, UTEP
Brett Callas, Houston
David Denham, Georgia
Zach Doran, Ohio State
Judd Easterling, Wichita State
Matt Every, Florida
Ryan Gildersleeve, South Alabama
Brad Heaven, Toledo
John Holmes, Kentucky
John Humprhies, LSU
Eirik Johansen, South Carolina
Tom Johnson, Northwestern
Travis Johnson, UCLA
Kevin Kisner, Georgia
Martin Laird, Colorado State
Chris Marshall, Kansas
Gareth Maybin, South Alabama
John Merrick, UCLA
Jason Moon, UCLA
Simon Nash, Minnesota
Michael Putnam, Pepperdine
Chez Reavie, Arizona State
Zack Robinson, Oklahoma State
Matt Rosenfeld, Texas
David Schultz, TCU
David Skinns, Tennessee
Justin Smith, Minnesota
Nicholas Thompson, Georgia Tech
Richard Treis, North Carolina
Emmett Turner, Augusta State
James Vargas, Florida
Brent Wanner, Wake Forest
Chad Wilfong, Wake Forest

Softspikes All-Freshmen Team
Alejandro Ca�izares, Arizona State
Eirik Tage Johansen, South Carolina
Kevin Kisner, Georgia
Patrick Nagle, Illinois
Matt Rosenfeld, Texas
James Vargas, Florida

Jack Nicklaus Award (Presented to the college player of the year)
Hunter Mahan, Oklahoma State

Outback Steakhouse Arnold Palmer Award (Presented to the NCAA medallist)
Alejandro Ca�izares, Arizona State

Byron Nelson Award Presented by Cleveland Golf
(Presented to a graduating senior taking into account academic and athletic achievement over his career)
Troy Matteson, Georgia Tech

Pride/Softspikes Freshman of the Year
Alejandro Ca�izares, Arizona State

Eaton Golf Pride Dave Williams National Coach of the Year
Larry Penley, Clemson

Jan Strickland Assistant Coach of the Year
Presented by TaylorMade-adidas Golf
Mike McGraw, Oklahoma State

Eaton Golf Pride Regional Coaches of the Year
Tom Drennan, Rhode Island - New England
Frank Landrey, Liberty - Mid-Atlantic
Larry Penley, Clemson - South
Buddy Alexander, Florida - Southeast
Mike Small, Illinois - Midwest
Mike Holder, Oklahoma State - Central
Mike Ketcham, Arkansas - South Central
Glen Millican, New Mexico - Southwest
O.D. Vincent, UCLA - Pacific

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