Dalton State's Cleary Named To NAIA PING All-American Team
Wednesday, June 29, 2022
The second and third 2022 NAIA PING All-America Teams have been announced by the GCAA. Florian Benner of Keiser, Matthew Cleary of Dalton State, John Houk of Tennessee Wesleyan, Trevor Lewis of Embry-Riddle (AZ), Jack Maxey of Keiser, Dawson Peters of South Carolina Beaufort, Cole Stevens of Point, Logan Smith of William Woods, Jakob Stavang Stubhaug of Keiser, and Isac Wallin of Keiser were previously named to the first team.
Hector Barnetche of Ottawa (AZ), Jack Dudeck of The Master's, Noah Endicott of Southeastern (FL), Byron Evans of Ottawa (AZ), Javier Neira Garcia of Keiser, Matthew Soucinek of Southeastern (FL), Dylan Teeter of Oklahoma City, Jacob Thomas of South Carolina Beaufort, Sebastian Tremulot of Wayland Baptist, and Jay Williams of Marian comprised the second team.
Third team honorees included Wilhelm Ahlgren of Keiser, Trevor Bassett of Dalton State, Claes Borregaard of William Carey, Mackenzie Bickell of British Columbia, Hunter Clay of Reinhardt, Robin Conlan of Victoria, Dalton Daniel of Oklahoma City, Jonathan Douglas or Morningside, Cameron Jones of Embry-Riddle (AZ), Steve Kibare of Dalton State, John Morrow of Victoria, Marcus Reynolds of Coastal Georgia, Hugo Ronnberg of Bellevue, Aidan Schumer, and Sam Storey of Morningside.
Cleary was previously announced as a 1st team selection after the final round of the National Championship.
He was the 2022 SSAC Player of the Year with a scoring average of 73.00 in 11 tournaments played on the season.
Steve Kibare and Trevor Bassett find their way on the 3rd team. Kibare played in 6 tournaments collecting two wins, one of which was the 2022 SSAC Championship. Bassett had a scoring average of 73.91 with 1 top-5 and 5 top-10 finishes. All three golfers finished in the top-15 at the NAIA Men's Golf National Championship where the Roadrunners finished as runner-up.
NAIA PING All-America Teams
Florian Benner, Keiser
Matthew Cleary, Dalton State
John Houk, Tennessee Wesleyan
Trevor Lewis, Embry-Riddle (AZ)
Jack Maxey, Keiser
Dawson Peters, South Carolina Beaufort
Cole Stevens, Point
Logan Smith, William Woods
Jakob Stavang Stubhaug, Keiser
Isac Wallin, Keiser
Hector Barnetche, Ottawa (AZ)
Jack Dudeck, The Master's
Noah Endicott, Southeastern (FL)
Byron Evans, Ottawa (AZ)
Javier Neira Garcia, Keiser
Matthew Soucinek, Southeastern (FL)
Dylan Teeter, Oklahoma City
Jacob Thomas, South Carolina Beaufort
Sebastien Tremulot, Wayland Baptist
Jay Williams, Marian
Wilhelm Ahlgren, Keiser
Trevor Bassett, Dalton State
Claes Borregaard, William Carey
Mackenzie Bickell, British Columbia
Hunter Clay, Reinhardt
Robin Conlan, Victoria
Dalton Daniel, Oklahoma City
Jonathan Douglas, Morningside
Cameron Jones, Embry-Riddle (AZ)
Steve Kibare, Dalton State
John Morrow, Victoria
Marcus Reynolds, Coastal Georgia
Hugo Ronnberg, Bellevue University
Aidan Schumer, British Columbia
Sam Storey, Morningside