College golf recruiting: Division I verbal commitment list

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There’s isn’t much of an offseason when it comes to the college golf scene.

Schools compete in both the fall and spring seasons, and as soon as the NCAA Championship concludes in May, players spend their summers playing in amateur events nationwide and their coaches are out hitting the recruiting trail.

To keep you up to date on the future of your favorite college teams, here is a list of college golf verbal commitments for Division I, by school. Schools are listed in alphabetical order and commits are separated by class year.

If you have a commitment you’d like added, email Adam Woodard, Julie Williams or Lance Ringler with name, class, hometown and which college the player committed to.

**LAST UPDATED: August 30, 2021**

Men

ALABAMA

2022

  • Nick Dunlap, Greenville, South Carolina

  • Jonathan Griz, Hilton Head, South Carolina

ARIZONA STATE

2022

  • Luke Potter, Encinitas, California

  • Michael Mjaaseth, Oslo, Norway

2023

  • Connor Williams, Escondido, California

  • Anawin Pikulthong, Gilbert, Arizona

AUBURN

2023

  • Cayden Pope, Lexington, Kentucky

BUCKNELL

2022

  • James Robbins, North Andover, Massachusetts

CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY

2023

  • Sihao Cong, Irvine, California

  • Ethan Fang, Plano, Texas

  • Tyler Lee, Franklin Lakes, New Jersey

  • Eric Lee, Fullerton, California

CENTRAL FLORIDA

2022

  • Cooper Tate, Windermere, Florida

EAST TENNESSEE STATE

2022

  • Matthew Dodd-Berry, Cheshire, England

 

FLORIDA

2022

  • Will McGriff, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

  • Parker Bell, Tallahassee, Florida

  • Luke Poulter, Orlando, Florida

2023

  • Jay Brooks, Boca Raton, Florida

 

FLORIDA GULF COAST

2022

  • Sebastian Frau, Milan, Italy

 

GEORGIA TECH

2022

  • Hiroshi Tai, Singapore

  • Aidan Tran, Fresno, California

ILLINOIS

2022

  • Ryan Voois, Ladera Ranch, California

 

JAMES MADISON

2022

  • Garrett Kuhla, Richmond, Virginia

KANSAS STATE

2022

  • Ben Stoller, Owasso, Oklahoma

 

 

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT

2023

  • Mason Snyder, Las Vegas

 

 

 

MURRAY STATE

2022

  • Jakob Wellman, Owensboro, Kentucky

  • Drew Wallace, Crestwood, Kentucky

 

OKLAHOMA

2022

  • Karson Grigsby, Abilene, Texas

  • Jase Summy, Keller, Texas

2023

  • Ryder Cowan, Edmond, Oklahoma

  • PJ Maybank, Cheboygan, Michigan

OKLAHOMA STATE

2023

  • Gaven Lane, Argyle, Texas

OREGON STATE

2022

  • Rylan Johnson, Gilbert, Arizona

  • Collin Hodgkinson, Beaverton, Oregon

PACIFIC

2022

  • Ian Fritz, Las Vegas

 

SOUTHERN MISS

2021

  • Cam Guidry, Picayune, Mississippi

  • Ryan Dupuy, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

2022

  • Tommy Latter, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

STANFORD

2023

  • Kush Arora, Pleasanton, California

  • Ethan Gao, Alpharetta, Georgia

TEMPLE

2022

  • Darren Nolan, Glenside, Pennsylvania

TENNESSEE

2022

  • Evan Woosley-Reed, Shelbyville, Tennessee

  • Bruce Murphy, Johns Creek, Georgia

TEXAS

2022

  • Jacob Sosa, Austin, Texas

2023

  • Jack Gilbert, Houston

  • Tommy Morrison, Dallas

TEXAS A&M

2021

  • Dallas Hankamer, Temple, Texas

2023

  • Aaron Pounds, The Woodlands, Texas

TROY

2021

  • Blake Rigdon, Destin, Florida

  • Jake Springer, Tallahassee, Florida

  • Brantley Scott, Dothan, Alabama

UAB

2021

  • Matthew Streitman, Dothan, Alabama

  • Cole Imig, Birmingham, Alabama

  • Paul Bruce, Guntersville, Alabama

UTSA

2021

  • Carson Gallaher, New Braunfels Texas

  • Patrick Kahanek, San Antonio

2022

  • Brayden Bare, Waco, Texas

UCLA

2021

  • Evan Chien, Irvine, California

2022

  • Lincoln Melcher, Burbank, California

  • Matthew Yamin, New York

  • Anton Ouyang, San Jose, California

2023

  • Luciano Conlan, Carlsbad, California

UNLV

2021

  • Tommy Kimmel, Spokane, Washington

USC

2021

  • Gavin Aurilia, Phoenix, Arizona

  • Jackson Rivera, Rancho Santa Fe, California

2022

  • Mahanth Chirravuri, Chandler, Arizona

2023

  • Carson Kim, Fullerton, California

UTAH STATE

2021

  • Julio Arronte, Xalapa, Mexico

VANDERBILT

2021

  • Gordon Sargent, Birmingham, Alabama

  • Jackson Van Paris, Pinehurst, North Carolina

2022

  • John Broderick, Wellesley, Massachusetts

  • Wells Williams, West Point, Mississippi

VIRGINIA

2021

  • Matthew Monastero, Leesburg, Virginia

2022

  • Benjamin James, Milford, Connecticut

VIRGINIA TECH

2021

  • David Stanford, Vienna, Virginia

WAKE FOREST

2021

  • Scotty Kennon, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

  • Marshall Meisel, Chevy Chase, Maryland

  • Collin Adams, Charlotte, North Carolina

XAVIER

2021

  • Justin Gabbard, Fort Thomas, Kentucky

  • Shawn Sehra, Canada

2022

  • Drew Wagner, Austin, Texas

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Women

ARIZONA STATE

2022

  • Beth Coulter, Ireland

  • Paula Schulz-Hanssen, Germany

  • Grace Summerhays, Scottsdale, Arizona

AUBURN

2021

  • Casey Weidenfeld, Pembroke Pines, Florida

  • Morgan Jones, Auburn, Alabama

BOSTON COLLEGE

2021

  • Eubin Shim, Waco, Texas

CINCINNATI

2021

  • Julia Rabadam, Upper Arlington, Ohio

COLGATE

2021

  • Robbie Herzig, New York, New York

COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

2022

  • Adrian Anderson, Murrells Inlet, South Carolina

DUKE

2021

  • Sophia Bae, Norwood, New Jersey

  • Rylie Heflin, Avondale, Pennsylvania

2022

  • Andie Smith, Hobe Sound, Florida

FLORIDA

2022

  • Karoline Tuttle, Lake Mary, Florida

GEORGIA

2023

  • Natachanok (Drive) Tunwannarux, Bangkok, Thailand

HOUSTON

2021

  • Brooke Morales, Mckinney, Texas

LIPSCOMB

2021

  • Tzunami Polito Franklin, Tennessee

PEPPERDINE

2021

  • Lauren Gomez, San Diego

RADFORD

2021

  • Kaitlyn Mosdell, Roanoke, Virginia

TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI

2021

  • Reagan Gray, Missouri City, Texas

  • Anastacia Johnson, Tacoma, Washington

TULSA

2021

2022

  • Grace Kilcrease, Springdale, Arkansas

USC

2023

  • Bailey Shoemaker, West Edmeston, New York

VANDERBILT

2022

  • Lynn Lim, Gallatin, Tennessee

WASHINGTON STATE

2022

  • Hannah Harrison, Granite Bay, California

WESTERN KENTUCKY

2021

  • Catie Craig, Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia

XAVIER

2022

  • Madison Reemsnyder, Canton, Ohio