2022-23 NAIA Men's Golf All-Americans Announced

2022-23 NAIA Men's Golf All-Americans Announced

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the 2022-23 NAIA Men's Golf All-America teams, as selected by the NAIA Men's Golf Coaches' Association All-America Committee. Three teams of 15 individuals are named to each to honor a total of 45 student-athletes.

Chris MacDonald from British Columbia was honored as the 2022-23 NAIA Men's Golf National Coach of the Year during the awards ceremony after the final round last Friday. He led his squad to the Red Banner in a come-from-behind victory in the fourth round. This is the second title in program history as well as being the second personal honor for MacDonald - the first being following the 2008 season. 

The NAIA Men's Golfer of the Year will be announced on NAIA.org following the Golf Coaches Association of America naming the 2023 recipients of The Jack Nicklaus Award.

1st Team  School Year Hometown
Leon Acikalin Arizona Christian Sr. Istanbul, Turkey
Easton Johnson The Masters (Calif.) Fr. Kansas City, Mo.
Steve Kibare Dalton State (Ga.) Jr. Canton, Ga.
George Langham Coastal Georgia Jr. Peachtree City, Ga.
Trevor Lewis Embry-Riddle (Ariz.) So. Prescott, Ariz.
Leandro Mihaich Oklahoma City Fr. Córdoba, Argentina
Rodrigo Navarrete Bellevue (Neb.) Sr. Guadalajara, Mexico
Gavin Noble Dalton State (Ga.) Sr. Ringgold, Ga.
Ivan Ninkovic Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) Fr. Pula, Croatia
Hugo Ronnberg Bellevue (Neb.) Jr. Stockholm, Sweden
Aiden Schumer British Columbia So. Columbus, Ohio
Matthew Soucinek Southeastern (Fla.) Sr. Lake City, Fla.
Cole Stevens Point (Ga.) So. Johannesburg, South Africa
Jakob Stubhaug Keiser (Fla.) So. Floroe, Norway
Isac Wallin Keiser (Fla.) Jr. Kungsangen, Sweden

 

2nd Team School Year Hometown
Wilhelm Ahlgren Keiser (Fla.) Jr. Karlskrona, Sweden
Robin Conlan Victoria (B.C.) Sr. Berlin, Germany
Haydn Driver Rocky Mountain (Mont.) Sr. Sandton, South Africa
Jack Dudeck The Masters (Calif.) Sr. Stevenson Ranch, Calif. 
Benjamin Lubker Wayland Baptist (Texas) So. Fano, Denmark
Callum Waugh Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) Fr. Glasgow, Scotland
Colby Watkins OUAZ (Ariz.) Jr. Maple Valley, Wash.
Dylan Teeter Oklahoma City So. Bixby, Okla.
Javan Johnson Taylor (Ind.) Sr. Franklin, Ind.
JP Kahlert British Columbia So. Maple Ridge, British Columbia
Thacher Neal Coastal Georgia Sr. Kingsland, Ga.
Zach Ryujin Victoria (B.C.) Jr. North Vancouver, British Columbia
Seb Sandin Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) Jr. Dublane, Scotland
Jacob Thomas USC Beaufort (S.C.) Sr. Edmonton, Alberta
Jorgen Viken Lewis Clark State (Idaho) Sr. Kongsberg, Norway

 

3rd Team  School Year Hometown
Gerardo Alemany Friends (Kan.) So. Valencia, Venezuela
Florian Benner Keiser (Fla.) Jr. Recklinghausen, Germany
Kade Cannon St. Thomas (Fla.) Jr. Plantation, Fla.
Carson Caylor Houston-Victoria (Texas) Sr. Urbandale, Iowa
William Dexheimer Rocky Mountain (Mont.) Fr. Las Vegas, Nev.
Chayan Duha Texas Wesleyan Sr. Paris, France
Janik Hawlitzky Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) Jr. Karlsruhe, Germany
Hudston Lafayette British Columbia So. North Vancouver, British Columbia
Beng Keat Lim OUAZ (Ariz.) Sr. Miri, Malaysia
Nick Lippe OUAZ (Ariz.) Fr. Chandler, Ariz.
Jackson Malone Kansas Wesleyan Fr. Frisco, Texas
Liam Mosher Victoria (B.C.) Fr. Ancaster, Ontario
Jack Ross OUAZ (Ariz.) Fr. Medford Lakes, N.J.
Noah Ross Taylor (Ind.) Sr. Upland, Ind.
Mateo Quiroga Missouri Valley Fr. Canelones, Uruguay

 

Championship Information


72nd ANNUAL
MEN'S GOLF 

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
May 21-24, 2024
Dalton Golf and Country Club
Dalton, Georgia