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Miles, Stevens Tabbed Golfweek All-Americans
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Miles, Stevens Tabbed Golfweek All-Americans

Duo earns the 40th and 41st All-America honors in program history

COLUMBIA, S.C — The senior duo of Scott Stevens and Will Miles was named 2018-19 Golfweek All-Americans on Friday afternoon. Stevens earned Third Team honors, while Miles received Honorable Mention recognition.
Stevens, who was named a PING Third Team All-American on Thursday, had a standout final year at Carolina, leading the team in scoring average (70.59), rounds of par or better (26), top-five finishes (3), top-10 finishes (5) and top-20 finishes (10). The 2019 First Team All-SEC selection helped lead the Gamecocks back to the NCAA Championship this season. He T-3rd at the NCAA Pullman Regional after matching a career 54-hole low, shooting 198 (-12) at Palouse Ridge Golf Club.
The Chattanooga, Tenn., native finished his time in Garnet and Black with the lowest career scoring average in program history at 71.57. He started every tournament the past four seasons for the Gamecocks. Stevens’ 20 career top-10 finishes are T-3rd most all-time. His eight career top-fives are T-7th most all-time.
Miles also had a standout final season with career-best numbers across the board. His 70.97 scoring average was second on the team as well as his 22 rounds of par or better and seven top-20 finishes. The Hilton Head Island, S.C., native, won twice in the spring while also leading the Gamecocks to a team win as well both times. He shot a career-low 197 (-13) en route to a nine-shot win for his first college victory at the Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate (March 11-12). The 197 T-2nd lowest 54-hole score in school history. He won again at the Southern Intercollegiate (April 15), the team’s final event of the regular season in Athens, Ga. Miles, an All-SEC selection like Stevens, fired a 66 (-6) in the final round at NCAA Regionals to help lead Carolina back to the NCAA Championship.
Miles, who has started every tournament the past two seasons, finished his career with a scoring average of 72.40, the sixth lowest mark all-time for the Gamecocks. His 70.97 scoring average during the 2018-19 season was the fifth-best all-time, while Stevens’ 70.59 ranks third all-time.
Stevens was also a standout student at Carolina, earning GCAA Scholar All-America honors in 2018. He graduated this spring with a degree in tourism management. Stevens, who finished school with an impressive 3.814 GPA, was named to the President’s List (4.0 GPA) twice, and the Dean’s list (3.5 GPA or higher) six times.
Since 2007 under head coach Bill McDonald, South Carolina has now garnered 18 All-America honors by eight different student-athletes. Keenan Huskey was the program’s last Golfweek All-American, earning Honorable Mention honors as a junior in 2016-17.  
Steven Fisk (Georgia Southern)
Will Gordon (Vanderbilt)
Cole Hammer (Texas)
Viktor Hovland (Oklahoma State)
Collin Morikawa (California)
Bryson Nimmer (Clemson)
John Pak (Florida St)
Justin Suh (USC)
Matthew Wolff (Oklahoma State)
Chun-An Yu (Arizona State)
John Augenstein (Vanderbilt)
Chandler Eaton (Duke)
Austin Eckroat (Oklahoma State)
Stefano Mazzoli (TCU)
Chandler Phillips (Texas A&M)
Trent Phillips (Georgia)
Isaiah Salinda (Stanford)
Sandy Scott (Texas Tech)
Alex Smalley (Duke)
Brandon Wu (Stanford)
Albin Bergstrom (USF-Bulls)
Stephen Franken (NC State)
Phillip Knowles (North Florida)
Peter Kuest (BYU)
Patrick Martin (Vanderbilt)
McClure Meissner (SMU)
Andy Ogletree (Georgia Tech)
Luke Schniederjans (Georgia Tech)
Scott Stevens (South Carolina)
Cameron Young (Wake Forest)
Zach Bauchou (Oklahoma State)
Eric Bae (Wake Forest)
Riley Casey (Oklahoma)
Steven Chervony (Texas)
Pierceson Coody (Texas)
Quade Cummins (Oklahoma)
Blake Elliott (McNeese St)
Michael Feagles (Illinois)
Noah Goodwin (SMU)
Tripp Kinney (Iowa State)
K.K. Limbhasut (California)
Will Miles (South Carolina)
Kaito Onishi (USC)
Spencer Ralston (Georgia)
Garett Reband (Oklahoma)
Jovan Rebula (Auburn)
Matthias Schmid (Louisville)
David Snyder (Stanford)
Davis Thompson (Georgia)
Trevor Werbylo (Arizona)