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2024 NCAA Division II PING All-Region Teams Announced

NORMAN, Okla. — NCAA Division II PING All-Region honorees have been announced by the GCAA. Players across eight regions earned all-region honors in 2024.

Division II PING All-Region Teams


Giovanni Delorenzi, Gannon

Benjamin Fernandez, Glenville State

Shaun Fedor, IUP

Mattia Parrini, Gannon

Timothy Peters, Millersville

Shaunak Rama, Gannon

Pau Sanchez, Charleston 

Alex Swinnerton, IUP

Francisco Taboada, West Virginia Wesleyan

Erik Ulväng, Charleston

Reese Watson, California (PA)

Travon Willis, Virginia Union


Djaia Darrason, St. Thomas Aquinas 

Evan Desjardins, Bentley

Aissa El-Khadri, New Haven

Joe Ensign, Post

Pablo Hidalgo, Felician

Bill Koch, Post 

Tanner Little, St. Thomas Aquinas 

Diego Ocasio, St. Thomas Aquinas

Ethan Phillips, Post

Timothy Picard, Bentley

Juan Ignacio Simon, St. Thomas Aquinas 

Nolan Skaggs, St. Thomas Aquinas


McCoy Biagioli, Ferris State

Caleb Bond, Ferris State

Kyle Buzaki, Walsh

Drew Coble, Grand Valley State 

Manuel Cue Vargas, Grand Valley State

Simon Engman, Indianapolis

Nick Krueger, Grand Valley State 

Gunnar McCollins, Malone

Carl Miltun, Missouri S&T 

Bryson Oots, William Jewell

Jeppe Thybo, Missouri S&T

Johan Widal, Tiffin


Bennett Baldwin, Central Oklahoma

Nick Canales, Central Oklahoma

Nathan Cossement, Henderson State 

Alex Hadden, Henderson State 

Jeffrey Johnston, Missouri Western

Luis Limón, Missouri Southern

Tradgon McCrae, Missouri Southern

Caleb Miller, Southern Arkansas

Sam Tandy, Harding 

Alessandro Trenta, Winona State

Ethan Wilkins, Henderson State

Jordan Wilson, Central Oklahoma


Adam Alvarez, Florida Southern 

Per Ekelund, West Florida

Donte Groppuso, Florida Southern

Mike Hay, Nova Southeastern

Blake Henriques, Shorter

Nico Lang, West Florida

Oliver Lewis-Perkins, Lee

Tyler Mistretta, Florida Southern

Jake Nash, Saint Leo

Joseba Torres, Nova Southeastern

Nathan Trodd, Shorter

Fabian Wennerlof, West Florida


Will Chambless, North Georgia

Ethan Day, North Georgia

George Durkan, Lincoln Memorial

Erik Fogel, Georgia Southwestern

Ryan Jahr, Barton

Alex James, Lincoln Memorial 

Linus Jonsson, Lander 

Stephen Kinsel, North Georgia

Bernard Meyer, Columbus State

Loic Naas, Lincoln Memorial

Erik Olin, USC Aiken

Max Reynolds, Lincoln Memorial

Payne Sells, Georgia Southwestern

Marco Trstenjak, Georgia Southwestern

Jack Vajda, North Georgia

Harrison Wierse, Barton

Noah Zediker, North Georgia

South Central

Dylan Arthur, Colorado Christian

Seth Bearden, Midwestern State

Xavier Bighaus, Colorado Christian 

Seth Campbell, UT Tyler

Adam Duncan, Colorado Christian 

Sam Jenkins, Dallas Baptist

Leandro Mihaich, Oklahoma Christian

Oskari Nikku, Oklahoma Christian

Adam Niles, Western New Mexico 

Sangha Park, UTPB 

Wyatt Provence, West Texas A&M

Exequiel Rodriguez, Oklahoma Christian 

Jamie Roberts, CSU Pueblo

Rudy Sautron, Cameron 


Tyler Ashman, Chico State 

Francis Bautista, Cal State Dominguez Hills

Wilhelm Berg von Linde, CSU Monterey Bay 

Simon Björken, CSU Monterey Bay 

Chris Chomyn, Stanislaus State

Michael Crisologo, Simon Fraser

Naoki Easterday, Chico State

Lucas Happy, Sonoma State

Colin Huang, Sonoma State

Nate Jetton, Stanislaus State

John Kim, CSUSB

Chris Wardrup, CSUSB

About PING

PING designs, manufactures and markets a complete line of golf equipment including metal woods, irons, wedges, putters and golf bags. The family-owned company was founded in 1959 in the garage of the late Karsten Solheim, a mechanical engineer with an extensive background in the aerospace and computer industries. His frustration with his putting inspired him to design his own putter, which created a “pinging” sound when striking a golf ball. This sound was the source of the name now synonymous with innovation, quality and service throughout the world of golf. Solheim and his company are credited with numerous innovations that became industry standards, including perimeter weighting, custom fitting and the use of investment casting in the manufacturing of golf clubs.  His insistence on adhering to strict engineering principles and tight manufacturing tolerances raised the level of product performance and quality throughout the golf industry.  Solheim is the only person to be inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame as a golf club manufacturer. Today, the Phoenix-based company is under the direction of Solheim’s grandson, John K. Solheim, who leads a team of more than 800 dedicated employees committed to helping improve the games of golfers around the world.