Goss Named Golfweek All-American
June 17, 2013
Oliver Goss has been chosen as a Golfweek Third Team All-American.
"Each award I get is very prestigious and special to me," Goss said. "I knew All-American was a goal of mine coming into this season. Coach was saying he had never heard of it being done before, a player starting their season in December and winning the award. But it was a goal of mine and now I've done it."
Goss joins eight other Southeastern Conference golfers on the list. Golfweek's All-America teams are determined by players' order in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings.
The freshman now has racked up four post-season honors, including All-SEC First Team, All-SEC Freshman Team, and PING All-Region Team. The native of Perth, Australia recently attempted to qualify for the U.S. Open, missing out by six strokes.
Goss is the first Tennessee All-American since Robin Wingardh was named a 2011 Honorable Mention.
Complete list of Golfweek All-Americans:
First team Michael Kim, California Brandon Stone, Texas Bobby Wyatt, Alabama Cory Whitsett, Alabama Julien Brun, TCU Justin Thomas, Alabama Daniel Berger, Florida State Sean Dale, North Florida Patrick Rodgers, Stanford Chris Williams, Washington
Second team Michael Weaver, California Joel Stalter, California Max Homa, California Cheng-Tsung Pan, Washington Pontus Widegren, UCLA James Erkenbeck, New Mexico Greg Eason, Central Florida Scott Fernandez, Iowa State Brandon Hagy, California Pedro Figueiredo, UCLA
Oliver Goss, TENNESSEE
Brinson Paolini, Duke
Cody Gribble, Texas
Cameron Wilson, Stanford
Albin Choi, N.C. State
Sebastian Cappelen, Arkansas
Anders Albertson, Georgia Tech
M.J. Maguire, North Florida
Ollie Schniederjans, Georgia Tech
Tyler McCumber, Florida
Honorable mention Corey Conners, Kent State Chase Seiffert, Florida State Ian Davis, Oklahoma State Gavin Green, New Mexico Evan Beck, Wake Forest Jonathan Garrick, UCLA Jon Rahm, Arizona State Thomas Pieters, Illinois Rodolfo Cazaubon, North Texas Trey Mullinax, Alabama Kevin Phelan, North Florida Kevin Penner, UNLV Jordan Niebrugge, Oklahoma State Yi Keun Chang, USC Talor Gooch, Oklahoma State Taylor Pendrith, Kent State Sam Smith, USC T.J. Vogel, Florida Curtis Thompson, LSU Kramer Hickok, Texas