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Hall, Miles and Stevens Named PING All-Southeast Region
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Hall, Miles and Stevens Named PING All-Southeast Region

Trio three of 21 SEC players named to the 26-player all-region team

NORMAN, Okla. – Senior Scott Stevens, senior Will Miles and freshman Ryan Hall were named PING All-Southeast Region the Golf Coaches Association of America announced. It’s the second time Stevens has been named to the all-region team, and the first time for Miles and Hall.
Stevens, a four-year starter that hasn’t missed in a tournament in his Gamecocks career, came into the NCAA Championship this week the all-time scoring average leader at South Carolina (71.52). Stevens is ranked 21st in the nation in the latest Golfstat Player Rankings. The Chattanooga, Tenn., native leads the team this season in scoring average (70.29), rounds of par or better (25), top-fives (3), top-10s (5) and top-20s (10). His 20 career top-10s are T-3rd most in program history.
Miles notched two individual wins this spring and was one of only two players in the Southeastern Conference to tally multiple victories. SEC Player of the Year Will Gordon of Vanderbilt was the other. The Hilton Head Island, S.C., native, recorded his first collegiate victory at the Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate (March 11-12). He shot a career-low mark of 197 (-13) en route to a nine-shot win. Miles’ 197 T-2nd lowest 54-hole score in program history. His 21 rounds of par or better and seven top-20 finishes both rank second on the team and his 70.74 scoring ranks third behind Stevens and Hall (70.39).
Hall started every tournament this fall for the Gamecocks with three top-20 finishes. He was out most of the spring with a wrist injury. Hall competed for the first time as an individual at the Wofford Invitational where he earned runner-up medalist honors after shooting 209 (-7). The Knoxville, Tenn., native, made his return to the lineup at the NCAA Pullman Regional. Hall shot a career-best 205 (-5) on the par-70 course and finished T-24th. He posted three rounds of par or better, including a bogey free 4-under 66 in the final round to help Carolina punch its ticket back to the NCAA Championship.
The Gamecocks tee off in the afternoon wave at 1:22 p.m. ET today in the third round of stroke play at the NCAA Championship. Carolina started the day T-18th, three shots out of 15th place. The top-15 teams after today advance to the final round of stroke play tomorrow. Live scoring is available via Golfstat. Stay tuned to for updates on today’s round.
2019 Division I PING All-Region Teams
John Barone, Temple
Evan Brown, Loyola (MD)
Christian Cavaliere, Boston College
Ryan Davis, Penn State
Christopher Gotterup, Rutgers
Will Halamndaris, Lafayette
Nick Harrington, UConn
Jimmy Hervol, Connecticut
JD Hughes, Penn State
Drake Hull, UConn
Charles Huntzinger, Penn State
Tony Jiang, Rutgers
Dawson Jones, Rhode Island
Peter Knade, Maryland
Logan Lowe, George Washington
Jake Mayer, Princeton
Gen Nagai, Seton Hall
Matt Naumec, Boston College
Jared Nelson, Siena
Michael O’Brien, St. Joseph’s (PA)
James Nicholas, Yale
Justin Williamson, Army
Trey Wren, Temple
Chris Yeom, Seton Hall
Teddy Zinsner, Yale
Kengo Aoshima, Wake Forest 
Eric Bae, Wake Forest
Jacob Bridgeman, Clemson
Eugenio Chacarra, Wake Forest
Ervin Chang, Liberty
Jack Lang, Davidson
Chandler Eaton, Duke
Alex Fitzpatrick, Wake Forest
Stephen Franken, NC State
Ryan Gerard, North Carolina
Austin Hitt, North Carolina
Gabe Lench, Liberty
Nick Lyerly, UNC Greensboro
Bryson Nimmer, Clemson
Noah Norton, Georgia Tech
Andy Ogletree, Georgia Tech
Andrew Orischak, Virginia
Adrien Pendaries, Duke
Luke Schniederjans, Georgia Tech
Benjamin Shipp, NC State
Alex Smalley, Duke
Tyler Strafaci, Georgia Tech
Zack Taylor, Coastal Carolina
Kieran Vincent, Liberty
Thomas Walsh, Virginia
Cameron Young, Wake Forest
John Augenstein, Vanderbilt
John Axelsen, Florida
Philip Barbaree, LSU
Bradley Bawden, Memphis
Albin Bergstrom, USF
Trace Crowe, Auburn
Lukas Euler, Kentucky
Steven Fisk, Georgia Southern
Wilson Furr, Alabama
Luis Gagne, LSU
Will Gordon, Vanderbilt
Ryan Hall, South Carolina
Philip Knowles, North Florida
Brandon Mancheno, Auburn
Patrick Martin, Vanderbilt
Will Miles, South Carolina
John Pak, Florida State
Trent Phillips, Georgia
Peng Pichaikool, Mississippi State
Spencer Ralston, Georgia
Jovan Rebula, Auburn
Jacob Solomon, Auburn
Scott Stevens, South Carolina
Davis Thompson, Georgia
Trey Winstead, LSU
Hunter Wolcott, Tennessee
Bryan Baumgarten, Illinois
Davis Chatfield, Notre Dame
Miguel Delgado, Notre Dame
Adrien Dumont de Chassart, Illinois
Hunter Eichhorn, Marquette
Oliver Farrell, Marquette
Michael Feagles, Illinois
Angus Flanagan, Minnesota
Will Grimmer, Ohio State
Jordan Hahn, Wisconsin
Timmy Hildebrand, Purdue
John Murphy, Louisville
David Nyfjall, Northwestern
James Piot, Michigan State
Billy Tom Sargent, Western Kentucky
Alex Schaake, Iowa
Matthias Schmid, Louisville
Matthew Sharpstene, West Virginia
Austin Squires, Cincinnati
Giovanni Tadiotto, Illinois
Donnie Trosper, Michigan State
Trent Wallace, Illinois State
Daniel Wetterich, Ohio State
Benton Wienberg, Iowa
Jiri Zuska, Louisville
Zach Bauchou, Oklahoma State
Sam Bennett, Texas A&M
Riley Casey, Oklahoma
Steven Chervony, Texas
Parker Coody, Texas 
Pierceson Coody, Texas
Quade Cummins, Oklahoma
Austin Eckroat, Oklahoma State
Blake Elliott, McNeese State
Noah Goodwin, SMU
Blaine Hale, Oklahoma
Cole Hammer, Texas
Viktor Hovland, Oklahoma State
Tripp Kinney, Iowa State
Stefano Mazzoli, TCU
Garrett May, Baylor
Mac Meissner, SMU
Julian Perico, Arkansas
Chandler Phillips, Texas A&M
Ivan Ramirez, Texas Tech
David Ravetto, TCU
Garett Reband, Oklahoma
Sandy Scott, Texas Tech
Hayden Springer, TCU
Matthew Wolfe, Oklahoma State
Mason Andersen, Arizona State
Sean Carlon, New Mexico
Sebastian Crampton, California
Alex del Rey, Arizona State
Kyler Dunkle, Utah
Clay Feagler, Pepperdine
Peter Kuest, BYU
Harry Hall, UNLV
Thomas Hutchison, UC Davis
KK Limbhasut, California
Joshua McCarthy, Pepperdine
Collin Morikawa, California
Kaito Onishi, Southern California
Rhett Rasmussen, BYU
Isaiah Salinda, Stanford
Cameron Sisk, Arizona State 
Zach Smith, UC Santa Barbara
David Snyder, Stanford
Justin Suh, Southern California
Blake Wagoner, Arizona State
Trevor Werbylo, Arizona
Tim Widing, San Francisco
Brandon Wu, Stanford
Edwin Yi, Oregon
Chun An Yu, Arizona State