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2024 NCAA Division I PING All-Region Teams Announced

CARLSBAD, Calif. — NCAA Division I PING All-Region honorees have been announced by the GCAA. Players across six regions and 84 schools earned all-region honors in 2024.

Division I PING All-Region Teams


Ben Carpenter, Yale

Graham Chase, Temple 

Peicheng Chen, St. John's

Tommy Dallahan, UCONN 

Riccardo Fantinelli, Princeton 

Matthew Ferrari, Siena 

Jackson Fretty, Princeton 

Jake Griffin, Penn State

Nathan Han, Columbia 

Jakub Hrinda, George Washington 

Florian Huerlimann, Maryland

William Hunag, Princeton 

Marcus Lim, Sacred Heart 

Will Lodge, Yale 

Brian Ma, Harvard 

Xavier Marcoux, Rutgers 

Carlo Pizzano, Loyola (MD)

Bryson Richards, Rhode Island 

James Rico, Loyola (MD)

Jackson Roman, Loyola (MD)

Bradley Sawka, UCONN

Rhett Sellers, Rutgers 

Patrick Sheehan, Penn State

Luke Wells, Rutgers 

Lewis Wright, Long Island 

Wenliang Xie, Seton Hall 


Michael Brennan, Wake Forest 

Matthew Dodd-Berry, East Tennessee State 

Mats Ege, East Tennessee State 

Ethan Evans, Duke 

David Ford, North Carolina 

Maxwell Ford, North Carolina 

Bartley Forrester, Georgia Tech 

Austin Greaser, North Carolina 

John Houk, Chattanooga 

Walker Isley, UNC Wilmington 

Ben James, Virginia 

Tobias Jonsson, Mercer 

Scotty Kennon, Wake Forest 

Algot Kleen, East Tennessee State 

Christo Lamprecht, Georgia Tech 

Bryan Lee, Virginia 

William Love, Duke 

Nick Mathews, NC State 

Dylan Menante, North Carolina 

Jonathan Nielsen, Clemson 

Deven Patel, Virginia 

Josh Ryan, Liberty 

Luke Sample, Duke 

Hiroshi Tai, Georgia Tech 

Grayson Wood, VCU


Gray Albright, Florida State 

J.M. Butler, Auburn 

Luke Clanton, Florida State 

Canon Claycomb, Alabama 

Nathan Franks, South Carolina 

Nick Gabrelcik, North Florida 

Connor Gaunt, LSU 

Ian Gilligan, Florida 

Alex Goff, Kentucky 

Jake Hall, Tennessee 

Frederik Kjettrup, Florida State 

Jackson Koivun, Auburn 

Michael La Sasso, Ole Miss

Bryce Lewis, Tennessee 

Hunter Logan, Mississippi State

William Moll, Vanderbilt 

Jake Peacock, South Florida 

Matthew Riedel, Vanderbilt 

Gordon Sargent, Vanderbilt 

Cole Sherwood, Vanderbilt 

Cameron Tankersley, Ole Miss 

Jack Turner, Florida 

Brendan Valdes, Auburn 

Jackson Van Paris, Vanderbilt 

Ben van Wyk, Georgia 

Evan Woosley-Reed, Tennessee


Barend Botha, Toledo 

Jackson Buchanan, Illinois 

Cooper Claycomb, Louisville

Timmy Crawford, Illinois 

Noah Gillard, Indiana 

Max Green, West Virginia

Max Herendeen, Illinois 

Cameron Huss, Wisconsin 

Palmer Jackson, Notre Dame 

Max Kennedy, Louisville

Ashton McCulloch, Michigan State

Jacob Modleski, Notre Dame 

Maxwell Moldovan, Ohio State

Sebastian Moss, Louisville

Drew Salyers, Indiana 

Herman Sekne, Purdue

Neal Shipley, Ohio State

Nels Surtani, Purdue 

Daniel Svärd, Northwestern 

Hunter Thomson, Michigan 

Ethan Tseng, Northwestern 

Caleb VanArragon, Valparaiso

Ryan Voois, Illinois 

Adam Wallin, Ohio State

Ben Warian, Minnesota


Jonas Baumgartner, Oklahoma State

Cecil Belisle, Kansas 

Stephen Campbell Jr., Oklahoma 

Matthew Comegys, Texas Tech 

Ryder Cowan, Oklahoma 

Santiago de la Fuente, Houston 

John Driscoll III, Arkansas 

Gustav Frimodt, TCU 

Drew Goodman, Oklahoma 

Johnny Keefer, Baylor 

Luke Kluver, Oklahoma 

Ben Lorenz, Oklahoma 

Jack Lundin, Missouri 

Christiaan Maas, Texas

Phichaksn Maichon, Texas A&M 

Jaime Montojo, Texas A&M 

Tommy Morrison, Texas 

Nathan Petronzio, Texas

Daniel Rodrigues, Texas A&M 

Calum Scott, Texas Tech 

Baard Skogen, Texas Tech 

Jacob Skov Olesen, Arkansas 

Tyran Snyders, Texas Tech 

Brian Stark, Texas

Rayhan Thomas, Oklahoma State


Bastien Amat, New Mexico 

Josele Ballester, Arizona State

Mahanth Chirravuri, Pepperdine

Tiger Christensen, Arizona

Enrique Dimayuga, Nevada

Wenyi Ding, Arizona State

Pablo Ereño, UCLA

Ethan Fang, California 

Caden Fioroni, UNLV

Justin Hastings, San Diego State

Petr Hruby, Washington 

Filip Jakubcik, Arizona

Ryggs Johnston, Arizona State

Zac Jones, BYU

Tyler Kowack, San Diego State

Riley Lewis, Loyola Marymount

Omar Morales, UCLA

Luke Powell, UCLA

Taehoon Song, Washington 

Preston Summerhays, Arizona State

Matthew Sutherland, Fresno State

Michael Thorbjornsen, Stanford 

Karl Vilips, Stanford 

Andi Xu, San Diego 

Sampson Zheng, California

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.