Four OSU Men’s Golfers Named Division I All-America Scholars
NORMAN, Okla. – Oregon State men's golfers Carson Barry, Mateo Fuenmayor, Jackson Lake and Nolan Thoroughgood have been named Srixon/Cleveland Golf NCAA Division I All-America Scholars.
It's the second academic honor of the year for all four as each was recognized on the Pac-12's Spring Academic Honor Roll last week.
To be eligible for All-America Scholar honors, student-athletes must be a sophomore, junior or senior and participate in at least 50 percent of their team's competitive rounds. Golfers must also have a stroke average of under 76.0 and maintain at least a 3.2 grade point average.
Barry and Thoroughgood are both repeat selections after being recognized after the 2021 season as well.
Barry maintained a 72.23 stroke average in 2021-22, and tallied 11 rounds under par. Fuenmayor posted nine rounds under par and finished with a 73.32 stroke average. Lake tallied seven rounds under par and ended the year with an average of 72.71. Thoroughgood averaged 73.96 strokes per round and finished with two under par.
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