White Named All-America Scholar by the GCAA

July 20, 2011

Norman, Okla. – James White, a first-team All-American this spring on the golf course, has been named an All-America Scholar by the Golf Coaches Association of America. Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars for Divisions I, II and the NAIA were announced by the GCAA, and a total of 138 players in Division I, 49 in Division II and three in NAIA earned the honor.

To be eligible for Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar status an individual must be a junior or senior academically, compete in at least two full years at the collegiate level, participate in 70-percent of his team’s competitive rounds or compete in the NCAA Championships, have a stroke-average under 76.0 in Division I, 78.0 in Division II and NAIA and 79.0 in Division III, and maintain a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.2 in Division I, II and III and 3.5 in NAIA. A recipient must also be of high moral character and be in good standing at his college or university.

White, a Management major, has enjoyed tremendous success on the course and off this year. The junior from Acworth, Ga., was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year in June after a season in which he was named to the All-ACC team for the second time and led the Yellow Jackets to their third consecutive ACC title. He finished the spring ranked one of the top 10 golfers in the nation.

He becomes the 13th different Georgia Tech player to be honored by the GCAA as an All-America Scholar, a list that includes some of the biggest names in Yellow Jacket golf history – PGA Tour players Bryce Molder, Troy Matteson, Nicholas Thompson and Cameron Tringale among them.

Division I Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America ScholarsDerek Adams, UtahTroy Anderson, DenverJohn Apple, George MasonNate Barbee, KansasKeith Becker, UALRLee Bedford, Wake ForestJake Belote, MemphisChristian Blanchet, South AlabamaLogan Blondell, Georgia SouthernScott Brace, San DiegoChris Brant, IowaZahkai Brown, Colorado StateNicholas Brown, Southern MissMax Buckley, SMUThomas Buran, Arizona StateNicholas Carbary, Eastern MichiganBud Cauley, AlabamaColin Chapman, UNC-GreensboroSam Chavez, New MexicoJeff Clarridge, Detroit MercyEli Cole, TCURichard Conlin, Saint Mary's (Calif.)Michael Cress, Ohio StateIan Dahl, SeattleChad Day, NC StateHerbert Day, XavierJohan de Beer, TCUGaston De La Torre, New Mexico StateMatt Deal, Georgia SouthernTrey Del Greco, VanderbiltPreston Dembowiak, LibertyNicklaus Despain, Weber StateJustin Dorward, LouisvilleBrendan Doyle, ColumbiaLloyd du Preez, Arkansas StateTyler Duncan, PurdueJosh Dupont, NorthwesternAndres Echavarria, FloridaAnders Engell, Saint Mary's (Calif.)Harris English, GeorgiaDavid Erdy, IndianaJeff Evans, Southern UtahArie Fauzi, TulsaBrian Fister, Eastern KentuckyKevin Fitzgerald, UC RiversideNils Floren, Texas TechAlan Fowler, Georgia StateAndrew Frame, Northern IllinoisDylan Frittelli, TexasLinus Gillgren, UALR    William Golden, CharlotteClark Granum, ColumbiaMitch Gray, CampbellAustin Gray, LongwoodTony Grillo, HarvardRafael Guerrero, CharlotteAustin Gutgsell, LSULuke Guthrie, IllinoisJohn Hahn, Kent StateStephen Hale, CaliforniaHunter Hamrick, AlabamaRyan Haselden, VanderbiltBo Hoag, Ohio StateMorgan Hoffmann, Oklahoma StateTom Hoge, TCUHenrik Holm, Saint Mary's (Calif.)Warren Hood, Arkansas StateBrad Hopfinger, IowaMark Hubbard, San Jose StateMackenzie Hughes, Kent StateKyle Huus, GonzagaVince India, IowaStephan Jaeger, ChattanoogaMark Jargren, VCUAlex Johnson, PacificJeff Karlsson, Kennesaw StateJeff Katz, BinghamtonJeff Kellen, Illinois StateDevin Komlin, East Tennessee StateKyle Kopsick, AuburnScott Landreth, AkronScott Langley, IllinoisOlafur Loftsson, CharlotteTimothy Madigan, New Mexico StateMichael Marks, OaklandNyasha Mauchaza, TowsonThomas McCarthy, YaleEric Meier, Illinois StateC.G. Mercatoris, Robert MorrisJoakim Mikkelsen, BaylorJason Millard, Middle TennesseeBosten Miller, MarshallBrad Miller, RichmondMat Miller, San FranciscoKent Monas, Cleveland StateMatt Moot, CampbellChristopher Mory, Michigan StateJonnie Motomochi, Oregon StateLucas Murray, AkronHenrik Norlander, Augusta StatePaul O'Kane, East Tennessee StatePeter O'Neill, XavierKurt Owen, Weber StateTomaz Pinheiro, IPFWChris Piumelli, South AlabamaMark Pollak, HarvardRiley Pumphrey, OklahomaAndrew Putnam, PepperdinePeter Reilly, NavyDarren Renwick, TennesseeKyle Robbins, Stephen F. AustinTravis Ross, New MexicoScott Roudebush, TCUSamuel Ryder, StetsonMichael Sainz, EvansvilleMatthew Schovee, SMULorenzo Scotto, BaylorCedric Scotto, Southeastern LouisianaMichael Shrader, RichmondScott Smith, NevadaBrad Smith, Ohio StateDan Smith, BelmontBrian Sunker, Fresno StateNicholas Tarasiewicz, Utah ValleyTom Usher, Notre DameFelipe Velazquez, UALRBank Vongvanij, FloridaBen Westley, DePaulJames White, Georgia TechMichael Whitehead, RiceBrent Whitehead, WoffordScotty Williams, PennPeter Wilson, East Tennessee StateGriffin Wood, EvansvilleKeaton Woodland, Weber StateSang Yi, LSUMichael Young, LongwoodSteve Ziegler, Stanford

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