The Western Refining College All-America Golf Classic will have the largest field in its 35-year history when 32 All-Americans from the 2008-09 season compete in two weeks at El Paso (Texas) CC.
Alumni of the event, hosted by the Sun Bowl Association, have gone on to earn more than $1 billion on the PGA Tour. In all, 133 colleges and universities have participated in the tournament, raising more than $640,000 in scholarship money for the participating institutions.
Each university is awarded a $1,000 scholarship if a golfer from that school competes in the tournament, played Nov. 23-24.
Player, School, Class__
Knut Borsheim, Arizona State, Senior
George Bryan IV, South Carolina, Senior
Alex Ching, San Diego, Sophomore
Harris English, Georgia, Junior
Mitchell Fedorka, La Verne, Sr.
Kevin Foley, Penn State, Sr.
Dustin Garza, Wichita State, Sr.
Matt Giles, USC, Jr.
John Hahn, Kent State, Jr.
Hunter Hamrick, Alabama, Soph.
Russell Henley, Georgia, Jr.
Matt Hill, N.C. State, Jr.
Bo Hoag, Ohio State, Jr.
Morgan Hoffmann, Oklahoma State, Soph.
Tom Hoge, TCU, Jr.
David Holmes, Tennessee, Sr.
Lion Kim, Michigan, Jr.
Scott Langley, Illinois, Jr.
Richard Lee, Washington, Sr.
David Lingmerth, Arkansas, Sr.
Lance Lopez, Texas, Sr.
Gregor Main, UCLA, Soph.
Tarquin MacManus, Arizona, Jr.
Daniel Miernicki, Oregon, Soph.
Corey Nagy, Charlotte, Sr.
Eddie Olson, UNLV, Sr.
John Peterson, LSU, Jr.
Scott Pinckney, Arizona State, Jr.
Andrew Putnam, Pepperdine, Jr.
Alexander Sitompul, Michigan, Jr.
Nick Taylor, Washington, Sr.
Kevin Tway, Oklahoma State, Jr.