Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Andrew Yun named to the All-Pac 10 first team by conference coaches

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The following article appeared on the gostanford.com website - http://www.gostanford.com/sports/m-golf/spec-rel/050911aaa.html honoring Andrew Yun as an All-Pac 10 first team performer for his great 2010-11 season.  

Andrew is currently ranked #2 by Golf Week/Sagarin --- http://www.golfweekrankings.com/ellington/default.asp?t=mi --- among all collegiate golfers behind only Peter Uihlein of Oklahoma State, and ahead of the Pac 10 player of the year, Patrick Cantlay of UCLA.  

Andrew has a stroke average of 70.6, about 3 strokes lower than any other Stanford player this season, and he has one win and 7 top 10 finishes with a low round of 64.  He finished 4th in the recent Pac 10 championship held at Stanford.  See Andrew's summary results --- http://stanfordmensgolf.com/players.htm ---  this year along with the rest of Stanford's players.

May 9, 2011

STANFORD, Calif. - Stanford's Andrew Yun was named to the 2011 All-Pac-10 Men's Golf Team on Monday, as selected in a vote of the conference coaches.

Yun, who has seven Top 5 finishes amonmg his 10 starts this season, including his first intercollegiate title, was Stanford's lone representative on the all-conference team.

Patrick Cantlay of UCLA was named the Pac-10 Men's Golfer of the Year and Pac-10 Freshman of the Year, while UCLA's Derek Freeman was tabbed Pac-10 Coach of the Year.

Other first team honorees included Gregor Main of UCLA, Daniel Miernicki of Oregon, Alex Moore of Oregon State, Scott Pinckney of Arizona State, Martin Trainer of USC, Pontus Widegren of UCLA and Chris Williams of Washington.

Heading up the second team were Stephen Hale, Max Homa and Eric Mina of Cal, Charlie Hughes of Washington, Jeffrey Kang and Steve Lim of USC, Tarquin MacManus of Arizona and Andrew Vijarro of Oregon.

Ben An (Cal), Philip Francis (Arizona state) and T.J. Vogel (USC) landed honorable mention honors. 

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