Golfweek’s 2020-21 men’s college golf All-Americans

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The 2020-21 college golf season is in the books after two weeks of championship golf at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. A favorite to win all year long, the Pepperdine Waves won their second national title in program history – and first in the match-play era – after defeating 2017 national champion Oklahoma in the final round of matches.

The COVID-19 pandemic still had an impact on the season, canceling the fall portion of competition for some teams and conferences. But now, after a full spring season and postseason, it’s time for individual postseason awards.

Here are Golfweek’s First Team, Second Team, Third Team and Honorable Mention All-Americans.

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First Team

John Pak, Florida State Noah Goodwin, SMU Nick Gabrelcik, North Florida Alex Fitzpatrick, Wake Forest Pierceson Coody, Texas Peter Fountain, North Carolina Davis Thompson, Georgia Ludvig Aberg, Texas Tech Eugenio Chacarra, Oklahoma State Turk Pettit, Clemson

Second Team

David Puig, Arizona State Jonathan Brightwell, Oklahoma Michael Feagles, Illinois Jacob Bridgeman, Clemson Ryan Hall, South Carolina Sam Bennett, Texas A&M Quade Cummins, Oklahoma Bo Jin, Oklahoma State Vincent Norrman, Florida State Joey Vrzich, Pepperdine

Third Team

Benjamin Shipp, NC State Logan McAllister, Oklahoma Brad Reeves, Arizona William Moll, Vanderbilt Austin Eckroat, Oklahoma State Ryggs Johnston, Arizona State Chun-An Yu, Arizona State Kieran Vincent, Liberty Adrien Dumont De Chassart, Illinois Dylan Menante, Pepperdine

Honorable Mention

Ross Steelman, Missouri Jerry Ji, Illinois Patrick Welch, Oklahoma Puwit Anupansuebsai, San Diego State Travis Vick, Texas Hugo Townsend, Boise State Trent Phillips, Georgia RJ Manke, Pepperdine Maximilian Steinlechner, NC State Dan Erickson, Texas A&M Joshua McCarthy, Pepperdine Alex Schaake, Iowa Garett Reband, Oklahoma McClure Meissner, SMU Ricky Castillo, Florida William Holcomb, Sam Houston State Mark Goetz, West Virginia Brett Roberts, Florida State Joe Highsmith, Pepperdine Albin Bergstrom, South Florida