Napikoski Named Honorable Mention All-American

By Doug Fitzgerald published May 23, 2008

COLORADO SPRINGS - University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golfer Todd Napikoski was named NCAA Division II Ping All-American honorable mention, the Golf Coaches Association of American announced Friday.

Napikoski led the Mountain Lions with a 72.40 stroke average in 2007-08. He shot a three-round score of 3-over par at the NCAA Division II National Championship, leading UCCS to a 12th-place finish.

First Team
Jude Eustaquio, Florida Southern
Jeff Goff, USC-Aiken
Erick Justesen, CSU-Stanislaus
Tobias Rosendahl, West Florida
Kyle Scott, West Florida
Jarin Todd, Sonoma State
Will Wilcox, Clayton State
Brent Witcher, Valdosta State
Chris Wolfe, Armstrong Atlantic State

Second Team
Roberto Diaz, USC-Aiken
Matthew Galloway, West Florida
Andrew Georgiou, Columbus State
Justin Hueber, Indianapolis
Niclas Johansson, Georgia College
Jake Koppenberg, Western Washington
Colby Shrum, Central Oklahoma
Justin Yoder, Central Missouri

Third Team
Jack Bartlett, Henderson State
Matt Ewald, Washburn
Jeff Howard, St. Edward's
Collin Mayer, St. Edward's
Greg O'Mahony, Nova Southeastern
Sean Packer, Western Washington
Constantin Schwierz, Nova Southeastern
Peter Svajlen, Cameron

Honorable Mention
Scott Aydelotte, Lynn
Patrick Bauer, Sonoma State
Brandon Bennett, West Georgia
Juan Bialet, Georgia College
Victor Billskoog, Barry
Daniel Castleberry, Barton
Scott Crichton, Western New Mexico
Lucas Delgado, Chico State
Ryan Deutsch, Washburn
Seth Fair, Indianapolis
Max Hadenfeldt, Nebraska-Kearney
Jordan Holley, Lynn
Joe Juszczyk, Wayne State
Matt Lazzo, Washburn
Aaron Lisenbee, Missouri Western State
Ben Lown, Newberry
Brian Mackey, Dominican
Todd Napikoski, UC-Colorado Springs
Josh Orler, Grand Valley State
Greg Pool, Western New Mexico
Sam Powell, Northeastern State
Jared Schmader, Clarion
Wes Smith, North Alabama
Ryan Sperry, Grand Canyon
Matt Vela, St. Mary's
Gene Webster, CSU-San Bernardino
Cole Willis, Valdosta State
Joe Young, Georgia College

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