Doull Lands on PING All-America Team

SOURCE: COLUMBUS STATE UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS

The honors keep rolling in for Columbus State University men’s golfer Jordan Doull as he was selected to the Division II PING All-America Team by the Golf Coaches Association of America Wednesday.

Doull earned a spot on the second team becoming one of 25 Division II All-Americans this season.

Quickly becoming one of the top golfers in the nation, Doull wrapped up his sophomore season in style with the Cougars. Doull led the Peach Belt Conference with 16 rounds below par while finishing second with a 72.15 stroke average. In 11 events, Doull finished inside the top-10 seven times and also won the individual title in the loaded field at the McDonough Cup.

For his good work, the Australian became just the fourth player, and second sophomore, in PBC history to have won both the Freshman and Player of the Year awards.

This summer, Doull has continued to impress finishing second at the prestige Southeastern Amateur, which features top collegiate golfers from the southeast.

The Columbus State men’s golf program now boasts 61 All-Americans in its illustrious history.

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