Texas golfers Beau Hossler, Gavin Hall and Doug Ghim were all honored as 2016 Golfweek All-Americans on Wednesday.
Hossler made the first team while Hall and Ghim made the second team.
Hall won twice this season and had five top-10 finishes. Ghim finished in the top 10 at six tournaments and went 3-0 during match play at the NCAA Championship.
In addition to being named first-team All-American, Hossler was named to the All-Nicklaus team, announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America.
Hossler is among 24 honorees recognized for outstanding play. It’s his second time making the All-Nicklaus team. Hossler led the Longhorns this year, earning five medalist honors and six more top-10 finishes in 12 events.
Hossler’s head coach at UT, John Fields, was also honored on Wednesday as the 2016 Golfweek coach of the year.
“Our team enjoyed extraordinary success this year. I am so appreciative of my team and their desire to win,” Fields said.
2016 Golfweek Division I All-Americans
Jon Rahm, Sr. (Arizona State)
Beau Hossler, Jr. (Texas)
Maverick McNealy, Jr. (Stanford)
Charlie Danielson, Sr. (Illinois)
Aaron Wise, Soph. (Oregon)
Sam Horsfield, Fr. (Florida)
Lee McCoy, Sr. (Georgia)
Robby Shelton, Jr. (Alabama)
Michael Johnson, Sr. (Auburn)
Matthias Schwab, Jr. (Vanderbilt)
Matthew NeSmith, Sr. (South Carolina)
Rico Hoey, Jr. (USC)
Zach Wright, Sr. (LSU)
Thomas Detry, Sr. (Illinois)
Doug Ghim, Soph. (Texas)
Will Gordon, Fr. (Vanderbilt)
Gavin Hall, Jr. (Texas)
Stephen Behr, Sr. (Clemson)
K.K. Limbhasut, Soph. (California)
Adrian Meronk, Sr. (East Tennessee State)
2016 All-Nicklaus Team presented by Barbasol
Hugo Bernard, Saint Leo
Jackson Bugdalski, Indian Hills
John Coutlas, Florida Southern
Charlie Danielson, Illinois
Alistair Docherty, Chico State
Peter French, Johnson & Wales (FL)
Lee Gearhart, Chico State
Sam Horsfield, Florida
Beau Hossler, Texas
Rupert Kaminski, Oklahoma City
Connor Klein, South Mountain
Addison Lambeth, Huntingdon
Logan Lanier, LaGrange
Marco Maldonado, Tyler
Lee McCoy, Georgia
Maverick McNealy, Stanford
Matthew NeSmith, South Carolina
Jon Rahm, Arizona State
Matthias Schwab, Vanderbilt
Robby Shelton, Alabama
Kerry Sweeney, Eastern Florida State
Andrew Williamson, Wayland Baptist
Alex Wrenn, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
Aaron Wise, Oregon
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