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Published: Wednesday, June 1, 2005 at 1:28 p.m.
Last Modified: Wednesday, June 1, 2005 at 1:28 p.m.

Every (Daytona Beach, Fla.), who earned his third career individual win at the 2005 Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate, makes his second straight appearance on the All-Southeast Region team. The 2004 PING first-team All-American also garnered his second consecutive All-Southeastern Conference First-Team honor as well. Leading the team in stroke average (72.19), single-round low score (63), tournament low score (203), rounds played (36), average strokes behind the leader (2.08), rounds even or under par (19) and top-20 finishes (10), Every has been a consistent contributor in leading the Gators to three tournament titles this spring.

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PING All-Southeast Region Team

Mark Anderson, South Carolina
Stuart Moore, Auburn
Jordan Dempsey, Ole Miss
David Skinns, Tennessee
David Denham, Georgia
Brett Stegmaier, Florida
Matt Every, Florida
Steve Tiley, Georgia St
Andreas Hoegberg, UCF
Brendon Todd, Georgia
Chris Kirk, Georgia
Richard Treis, Florida
Patton Kizzire, Auburn
James Vargas, Florida
Luke List, Vanderbilt
Chris Wells, LSU
Ross McGowan, Tennessee
Lee Williams, Auburn

Cleveland Golf All-America Scholars

Scott Anderson, Ohio State
Jordan Mitchell Krantz, Texas-Arlington
Matias Anselmo, Jacksonville State
Jeffrey Krogsgard, Birmingham Southern
Nick Baker, UNC-Greensboro
Rob Langley, Furman
Michael Barbosa, Georgia Tech
Joe Lanza, Saint Mary's (Calif.)
Justin Bertsch, Toledo
James Lepp, Washington
Robert Bigley, Siena
Jason Lindgren, North Texas
Kevin Blue, Stanford
James Logeman, Long Beach State
Brandon Boomsma, Ball State
Korey Mahoney, Eastern Michigan
Andrew Bostrom, Pacific
Brad Marek, Indiana
Frank Buttacavoli, Rice
Rory McCaughna, Gardner-Webb
Alejandro Caņizares, Arizona State
Todd Miller , Brigham Young
Brian Carroll, George Washington
Mark Modglin, Fresno State
Ryan Carter, Fresno State
Ryan Moore, UNLV
Alex Coe, Pepperdine
Matt Munroe, Gonzaga
Keith Cone, Troy
Keith Orlen, Elon
James Cunningham, Denver
Creighton Page, Princeton
Daniel Dennis, Southern Mississippi
Steven Pena, Lousiana-Lafayette
Jonathan Dickinson, Liberty
David Perrit, Saint Louis
Tim Dillon, Davidson
Nate Pettitt, Colorado State
Robert Dinwiddie, Tennessee State
Craig Pickerel, Bowling Green State
Mark Donnell, Vanderbilt
Greg Pieczynski, Penn State
Brent Dorner, Troy
Brent Pittman, Rutgers
Andrew Dresser, Texas Tech
Clint Provost, Alabama
Chris Dukeminier, Oregon
Michael Putnam, Pepperdine
Jonathan Edwards, Santa Clara
Scott Redmond, Air Force
Taylor Edwards, Southern Utah
Robert Eric Reeves, Mercer
Brian Elsea, Ohio
William Roach Jr., Tulane
Kenneth Fahey, Rhode Island
Zack Robinson, Oklahoma State
Darren Fletcher, Nevada
Andrew Ross, Arkansas State
Evan Frederick, Saint Louis
Ethan Roush, Northern Illinois
Andrew Gallo, George Washington
Scott Seibert, Indiana
Jason Gerken, Princeton
Michael Shelly, San Diego
Bud Graessle, Ball State
Daniel Silva, Wyoming
Zachary Guthrie, Western Illinois
Chan Song, Georgia Tech
Alex Hamilton, South Carolina
West Streib, South Carolina
James Harris, San Diego
Nicholas Thompson, Georgia Tech
Ron Harvey Jr., Brigham Young
Andrew Tiedt, Iowa
Andreas Hoegberg, UCF
Richard Treis, Florida
Anders Hofvander, Southeastern Louisiana
Emmett Turner, Augusta State
John Holmes, Kentucky
Matt Van Cleave, Kansas State
Jason Huff, Idaho
Jonathan Vannelli, Fairfield
Eirik Johansen, South Carolina
Matt Wells, Kentucky
Jonathan Johasky, Ohio
Travis Whisman, UNLV
Zachary Johnson, Southern Utah
Jeffrey Wolniewicz, Binghamton

Stegmaier (Madison, Conn.), a 2004 PING honorable mention All-American, added to his impressive spring by collecting his second career PING All-Southeast Region team honor. The 2003 SEC Individual Tournament Champion also earned his second career All-SEC accolade as he garnered second-team honors earlier this season. In eight tournaments this spring, Stegmaier owns five top-10 finishes and leads the team in rounds counted at 94.4-percent. Stegmaier is tied with Every for the team lead in rounds played (36) and is tied for second on the squad with 10 rounds of at or below par this year.

Treis (Baden-Baden, Germany), picked up his first career All-Southeast Region team honor. The 2003 Atlantic Coast Conference Individual Champion also earned his first All-SEC honor earlier this season as he was named to the second-team. Overcoming a career threatening thumb injury, Treis claimed one individual win this season, while posting four top-20 finishes in nine tournaments this season. For the year Treis owns a 73.55 stroke average and has fired 10 rounds at or below par.

Vargas (Miami, Fla.), a 2003 PING honorable mention All-American, made his second career All-Southeast Region team appearance. The 2003 All-SEC first-team selection is second on the team in stroke average (73.30), rounds played (33), rounds counted (92.4-percent), average strokes behind the leader (3.18) and rounds of play at or below par (10). During the season Vargas has fired two rounds of 65 and earned his collegiate career-best finish as he tied for second-place at the Puerto Rico Classic.

Each of the nine PING All-Region teams are comprised of 15 golfers and any player ranked in the top 75 nationally in either Golfstat or the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings. Three PING First-Team All-America honorees from 2004 highlight the list along with 28 others who made either the second, third or honorable mention teams. Members of the PING All-Region teams are eligible for PING All-America honors.

The seventh-ranked Gator men's golf team opens NCAA Championship play today at the Caves Valley Country Club in Baltimore, Md.

Men's golfer Richard Treis named as a Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar

University of Florida redshirt senior men's golfer Richard Treis (Baden-Baden, Germany) was named as a Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar the Golf Coaches Association of America announced today.

Treis, one of only two members of the PING All-Southeast Region team to be named as a Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar, joins six other Southeastern Conference golfers on the prestigious team.

A 2002-03 Academic All-American at the University of North Carolina, Treis garnered his first career Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar award. In his first season as a Gator, Treis earned his first career All-Southeast Region team honor, while also being named to the All-SEC's second-team. The 2003 Atlantic Coast Conference Individual Champion has overcome a career threatening thumb injury to claim one individual win this season, while posting four top-20 finishes in nine tournaments. For the year Treis owns a 73.55 stroke average and has fired 10 rounds at or below par.

To be eligible for Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar status an individual must be a junior or senior academically and competed in at least two full years at the collegiate level, participate in 70-percent of his teams competitive rounds, have a stroke average under 76.0 in Division I and maintain a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.2. A recipient must also be of high moral character and be in good standing at his college or university.

The seventh-ranked Gator men's golf team opens NCAA Championship play today at the Caves Valley Country Club in Baltimore, Md.

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