Daniel Stanley named PING Division II second team All-American by GCAA


Daniel Stanley named PING Division II second team All-American by GCAA
Friday, June 17, 2011 | by Publinx qualifier earns second career All-America honor

NORMAN, Okla. - Newberry College men's golfer Daniel Stanley put the wraps on a stellar collegiate career Friday, as he earned PING Division II Second Team All-American honors from the Golf Coaches Association of America. This marks Stanley's second career All-America honor, as he was a third team All-American in 2010.

Stanley earned all-Southeast Region honors from the GCAA earlier this week, marking his third all-region honor. The Inman, S.C., native was the South Atlantic Conference champion in 2010 and 2011 and earned all-SAC honors in all four seasons.

Stanley was Newberry College's first-ever golf All-American with his third team honor in 2010, and now becomes the Wolves' first two-time All-American. Stanley finished his senior season with 25 rounds, a 72.4 stroke average and 15 rounds at or below par. He ranks second in Newberry history with 100 career rounds and a school-record 72.8 career stroke average.

During Stanley's 100 career rounds, he played in the 2008 and 2011 NCAA Division II National Tournaments, with the Wolves earning a program- and conference-best quarterfinal finish in 2011. The Wolves qualified for the NCAA Division II Super Regional Tournament in all four seasons and earned three SAC Tournament championships. Newberry won 10 tournament titles during Stanley's time in the scarlet and gray.

Stanley, whose next tournament will be the U.S. Amateur Public Links at the Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Oregon later this month, was also recently profiled in the Spartanburg Herald-Journal. To view the article, click here.

2011 Division II PING All-America Teams

First Team
Cyril Bouniol, Abilene Christian
Alex Carpenter, Abilene Christian
Ricardo Gouveia, Lynn
John Jackson, Cal State Monterey Bay
Jose Joia, Lynn
Jake Murphy, Coker
Kyle Souza, Chico State
Daniel Stapff, Barry

Second Team
Patrick Bauer, Sonoma State
Chris Carlin, Barry
Josh Creel, Central Oklahoma
Matt Miller, Central Missouri
Kenny Pigman, Cal State San Bernardino
Daniel Stanley, Newberry
Jason Timmis, Cameron
Joe Young, Georgia College

Third Team
Otto Bonning, West Florida
Daniel Claytor, Barton
Dylan Goodwin, Western Washington
Andrew Green, Central Oklahoma
Ben Hargis, West Texas A&M
Tyler Sheppard, Abilene Christian
Rourke Van der Spuy, Columbus State
Scott Yeakel, Cal State Monterey Bay

Honorable Mention
Baer Aneshansley, Central Oklahoma
Trevor Blair, Cal State Stanislaus
Chris Bray, Flagler
Tyler Chandler, North Alabama
Kyle Chappell, Dixie State
Jude Eustaquio, Florida Southern
Eric Frazzetta, Chico State
Jake Greer, North Alabama
Dylan Jackson, Cal State Monterey Bay
Hayden Letien, South Carolina-Aiken
Michael Marshburn, Barton
Jonathan McCurry, UNC-Pembroke
Aaron Monson, Indianapolis
Carlos Rodriguez, West Florida
Jared Schmader, Clarion
Marcus Segerstrom, Barry
Billy Shida, Georgia College
Zack Van Dolah, Central Missouri
Ben Vertz, Nova Southeastern
Stephen Woodill, Columbus State
Daniel Young, Lynn