All-America Selections

1980 Kevin Harrison 2nd
1980 Dave Davis 3rd
1980 David Sann HM
1986 Jim Sorenson 2nd
1986 Pete Jordan 3rd
1990 Chad Magee HM
1991 Chad Magee HM
1992 Charlie Stevens HM
1996 J.J. Henry HM
1997 Alberto Ochoa 1st
1997 J.J. Henry HM
1998 J.J. Henry 1st
2002 Adam Rubinson HM
2002 Bret Guetz 3rd
2003 Adam Rubinson 3rd
2003 David Schultz HM
2004 Adam Meyer 3rd
2005 J.J. Killeen 3rd
2009 Tom Hoge HM
2009 James Sacheck HM
2012 Julien Brun 1st
2013 Julien Brun 1st
2014 Julien Brun 1st
2015 Andrew Presley HM

All-America Scholar

1997 Deron Zinnecker
1998 Grady Girard
1999 Grady Girard
2002 Bret Guetz
2010 Tom Hoge
2010 Travis Woolf
2011 Eli Cole
2011 Tom Hoge
2011 Johan de Beer
2011 Scott Roudebush
2012 Johan de Beer
2013 Eli Cole
2014 Julien Brun
2015 Julien Brun
TCU Men's Golf on the PGA Tour and Select All-American Bios

Dan Jenkins (1953) / Best-Selling Author and Pulitzer Prize Nominee

After serving as the team captain for the Horned Frogs' men's golf program for three seasons - Dan Jenkins graduated from TCU in 1953.
After graduation - Jenkins became a legendary sportswriter for the Dallas Times Herald, Sports Illustrated and Golf Digest. Jenkins has also authored over 17 books - seven of which have been best-selling novels. Three of his best sellers were made into movies - Dead Solid Perfect, Semi-Tough and Baja Oklahoma.

The former TCU captain was a seven-time recipient of the "Best Story of the Year Award" selected by the Golf Writers Association of America and six-time "Best Story of the Year Award" winner by the Texas Sportswriters Association. He also was a three-time nominee for the Pulitzer Prize in commentary. He has covered more than 175 major championships throughout his career - including 54 consecutive trips to the Master's.

Jenkins has been induced into the World Sportswriters Hall of Fame, National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame, Texas Golf Hall of Fame and TCU Letterman's Hall of Fame. His other awards include the Jack Nicklaus Memorial Golf Journalism Award, Lincoln A. Werden Award for Outstanding Contributions to Golf Journalism, PGA Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism, Distinguished TCU Alumnus Award and the 2001 College Golf Foundation Rolex Achievement Award.

Don Massengale (1960) / 1967 PGA Championship Runner-Up

Don Massengale was a standout for the TCU men's golf program during the 1950s and joined the PGA Tour following his graduation in 1960. He narrowly missed becoming the first Majors champion in the history of TCU as he was defeated in an 18-hole playoff by Don January for the 1967 PGA Championship title.
The former TCU standout captured a pair of victories during the 1966 season at the Bing Crosby National Pro-Am and The Canadian Open en route to finishing 27th overall on the money list that campaign. Massengale finished among the top-60 on the money list on the PGA Tour on four occasions.

A 16-time Majors competitor - Massengale played on the Champions Tour full-time from 1987 to 1996 where he collected a pair of victories at the 1990 Grand Rapids Open and 1992 Royal Caribbean Classic. During his career on the Senior PGA Tour - Massengale amassed over $1 million in prize winnings. Massengale passed away in January of 2007.

Charles Coody (1960) / 1971 Master's Champion & 1971 U.S. Ryder Cup Team Member

After finishing a fine collegiate career at TCU in 1960 - Charles Coody joined the PGA Tour in 1963 where his career highlight would be capturing the 1971 Master's Championship. A three-time winner of the PGA Tour - Coody was a member of the 1971 U.S. Ryder Cup Team.
Coody - who was diagnosed with polio at the age of 13 - joined the Champions Tour during the 1987 season where he has accumulated 12 victories during his career on the senior circuit. The former TCU standout captured the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf on three occasions as well as claimed four victories during the 1991 season - including the Chrysler Cup and NYNEX Commemorative.

A winner of over $4 million on the Champions Tour - Coody captured the 1997 MasterCard Champions Championship and finished second overall at the 1991 Senior Players Championship. Coody ranks among the top-30 on the tour's all-time money list and has been inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame and Texas Golf Hall of Fame.

Dave Davis (1980) / Third Team All-American 1980

Dave Davis put together a solid senior season in 1979-78, earning All-American accolades along the way. The third-team selection finished tied for 23rd at the NCAA Championships with a 10-over-par 298.
Davis was the Frogs' most consistent golfer during the campaign, recording TCU's low score in six of 10 events, including the first four of the spring season.

Davis' three-round 217 at the Southwest Conference tournament was the Horned Frogs' best score and led TCU to a second-place finish. Davis then turned in a stellar performance at the NCAAs to help TCU to a fourth-place finish in the nation.

Kevin Harrison (1980) / Second Team All-American 1980
A junior college All-American in 1977-78 at Paris Junior College, Kevin Harrison was familiar with national recognition prior to coming to TCU. He continued to add to his trophy case by becoming a second-team All-American as a Horned Frog senior.
Harrison led the Frogs' 1979-80 team in scoring average with 72.90 and also had four sub-70 rounds. Surprisingly, Harrison was never TCU's highest placing participant in any tournament of the season.

Harrison shot rounds of 74, 74, 79, 72 at the 1980 NCAA Championships en route to an 11-over-par 299 and a 26th-place tie.

David Sann (1980) / Honorable Mention All-American 1980

Dave Sann was one of three TCU golfers to find his way onto the All-America team following the 1979-80 campaign. Sann came alive in the spring semester to earn his way on the All-America roster.
It was his fifth-place tie with a 290 score at the NCAA Championships that offically earned him All-American laurels, but it was his steady play over the final five tournaments that solidified him as a star.

Beginning with his TCU-leading 215 at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate in March, Sann posted a solid finishing run of five straight events. For the year, Sann averaged 73.40 strokes per round.

Pete Jordan (1986) / Third Team All-American 1986

Pete Jordan, a four-year letterman at TCU, joined Jim Sorenson as an All-American on the 1986 Southwest Conference championship team. Jordan, who received third-team mention, later earned his PGA Tour card.
Jordan also was a unanimous choice to the All-Southwest Conference squad as he helped the 1986 TCU squad to its first conference title in its 61 years of men's golf.

Jordan, who participated in the NCAA Championships as a freshman in 1983, returned to the NCAAs in 1986 and finished in a tie for 98th individually, helping the Frogs to a 19th-place national finish.

Jim Sorenson (1986) / Second Team All-American 1986
Jim Sorenson, a senior who transferred from Texas Lutheran, joined the Horned Frogs with NAIA All-American honors already under his belt. After winning the 1985 Butler National Invitational in the fall, Sorenson went on to lead TCU as the individual medalist at two more events in the spring of 1986.
His biggest win came at the Southwest Conference Championships. Sorenson's individual title helped the Horned Frogs to their first-ever conference title and earned him a spot on the All-SWC squad. After a team-best 24th-place finish at hte NCAAs, he became a second-team All-American.

Chad Magee (1990-91) / Honorable Mention 1990, 1991

Chad Magee became the first TCU player to receive All-American honors twice in a career, as he earned the national distinction following both the 1990 adn 1991 seasons.
Magee won one individual title in his two-year stint as a TCU golfer, the USA/Japan Friendship in Tokyo, Japan.

With seven top-10 finishes in 13 events in 1991, the all-conference performer was one of TCU's most consistent golfers.

In 1990, Magee was the lone Frog to participate at the NCAA Championships, finishing 33rd. The next year he led TCU by tying for 16th place at the NCAAs.

Charlie Stevens (1992) / Honorable Mention All-American 1992
Originally a walk-on at the University of Oklahoma, Charlie Stevens turned into one of TCU golf's most valuable finds.
After transferring to TCU, the Wichita, Kan. native proved to be the leader fo the Horned Frog squad that finished third at the Southwest Conference tournament and competed at the 1992 NCAA Championships. Stevens was the only TCU individual who made the cut at the 1992 NCAAs.

After 69s in the first two rounds, Stevens held on to snag 10th place at 3-under and gained honorable mention All-American status.

Deron Zinnecker (1997) / Academic All-American 1997

In the spring of 1997, Deron Zinnecker earned the distinction of becoming TCU's first golf Academic All-American. Previously, he was a three-time honoree on the GTE-SWC Academic Honor Team.
Zinnecker played in 51 college tournaments during his four-year career and landed 11 top-10 finishes. He made three NCAA Championships appearances and helped TCU to a seventh-place finish at the 1997 national event.

In addition, Zinnecker was named to 1995 All-SWC team after topping the team with scoring average of 73.42

Grady Girard (1999) / Academic All-American 1998, 1999

Grady Girard is the lone two-time Academic All-American in school history, earning the accolades in 1998 and 1999.
Over 105 rounds for the Frogs during his career, he posted a 74.20 scoring average. Girard was a 1996 All-Southwest Conference honoree.

As a freshman, Girard finished tied for sixth at the SWC Championships and was the individual medalist at the 1995 UT-Pan American Intercollegiate Gold Classic.

After redshirting in 1996-97, Girard had four top-10 finishes in 1997-98. He tied for second at the Topy Cup in Japan to lead TCU to the tournament title.

J.J. Henry (1998) / 2006 Buick Championship & 2006 U.S. Ryder Cup Team Member - Honorable Mention All-American 1996, 1997, First Team All-American 1998

J.J. Henry earned Golfweek College Co-Player of the Year honors following his senior campaign in 1998 and became the lone three-time All-American in the history of TCU men's golf. The Western Athletic Conference champion finished second overall by one stroke at the 1998 NCAA Championships - which was the highest finish ever for a TCU golfer.
Henry closed his collegiate career with 11 top-10 finishes, including a 14th-place finish at the NCAA Championships in 1996 and a 17th-place finish at the 1997 NCAAs.

In his eighth season on the PGA Tour - Henry has became one of the elite golfers in the world as he earned a spot on the 2006 U.S. Ryder Cup Team and finished the season ranked in the top-30 on the money list. In addition - he is among the top-75 in the Official World Golf Rankings.

The former TCU standout registered his first PGA Tour victory in his home State of Connecticut at the 2006 Buick Championship and has won more than $8 million during his professional career. As a PGA Tour rookie in 2001 - Henry finished 49th on the money list at over $2 million in purse prize - which was keyed by a pair of second-place finishes at the Kemper Insurance Open and Texas Open at La Cantera.

Albert Ochoa (1998) / First Team All-American 1997, Honorable Mention All-American 1998
Albert Ochoa was named a first-team All-American following his sophomore season of 1996-97. He finished 36th at the NCAA Championships that year.
Ochoa ended the 1997 season as the second-ranked college player in the country and was named the Western Athletic Conference's Player of the Year. As a result, he was TCU's inaugural first-team All-American.

In 1998, Ochoa, along with conference player of the year J.J. Henry, led the Frogs to their second consecutive WAC title, and Ochoa was named honorable mention All-American.

Bret Guetz (2002) / Third Team All-American 2002, Academic All-American 2002

Bret Guetz put together one of the most decorated seasons in TCU golf history in 2001-02. The senior earned third-team All-America mention, while also being honored as an Academic All-American going down as one of the top student-athletes in school history. In doing so, he became the first Horned Frog golfer ever to achieve both honors in the same year.
Guetz won back-to-back tournaments in April, including an individual victory at the Conference USA Championships.

For the season, Guetz donned an impressive 72.00 scoring average. His 54-hole score of 200 (-16) at the 2002 ASU Thunderbird set both school and tournament records.

In 2002, Guetz was one of three finalists for the Byron Nelson Award, recognizing the scholar-athlete of the year in college golf.

He received the TCU Chancellor's Award, which is given to a student who has displayed outstanding achievement in scholarship, athletics, leadership and service to the university and the community.

Adam Rubinson (2003) / Honorable Mention All-American 2002, Third Team All-American 2003

Adam Rubinson enjoyed a stellar junior season that was capped off by a runner-up finish at the 2002 NCAA Championships. Rubinson finished just one stroke behind the tournament champion, but following the event, received honorable mention All-America accolades.
His second-place finish matched J.J. Henry's runner-up showing in 1998 as the best NCAA individual finish ever by a TCU golfer.

He followed that up with a third-team All-America performance as a senior. For his career, he carried a 72.93 stroke average and owns the school single-round tournament scoring record (64).

David Schultz (2003) / Honorable Mention All-American 2003

David Schultz burst into the TCU scene as a sophomore transfer from Colorado State, earning honorable mention All-America plaudits his first season in Fort Worth. He became just the third sophomore at TCU ever to earn All-America mention.
Schultz claimed a pair of individual tournament titles in 2002-03, winning The Ridges Intercollegiate in his first event as a Horned Frog and then taking the ASU Thunderbird crown in the spring.

Schultz was a first-team All-Conference USA selection following a season in which he carried a stout 72.03 stroke and had six top-20 finishes.

Adam Meyer (2004) / Third Team All-American 2004

Despite playing just three semesters for the Horned Frogs after transferring from Baylor, Adam Meyer made an indelible stamp at TCU. He claimed medalist honors in his first TCU appearance as a junior, and was a third-team All-American as a senior.
Meyer, the 2004 C-USA Golfer of the Year, won the individual crown by nine shots at the league championships, and helped TCU pick up its fourth straight conference title. He later guided the Frogs to a 20th-place finish at the 2004 NCAA Championships.

As a TCU player, he owned an impressive 71.73 stroke average and had eight top-10s.

J.J. Killeen (2005) / Third Team All-American 2005

In 2005, J.J. Killeen became just the third athlete, and first golfer, in school history to compete on four conference championship teams. In addition, the Conference USA Golfer of the Year earned third-team All-America accolades for his individual achievements.
Killeen carried a career-best 72.09 average during his senior year, finished among the field's top 20 in all but two events and paced the nationally-rated Frogs five times.

He played in 50 tournaments during his four-year career and owned a 73.29 scoring average to earn a spot among the greatest players in school history.

Adam Meyer (2004) / Third Team All-American 2004
Despite playing just three semesters for the Horned Frogs after transferring from Baylor, Adam Meyer made an indelible stamp at TCU. He claimed medalist honors in his first TCU appearance as a junior, and was a third-team All-American as a senior.
Meyer, the 2004 C-USA Golfer of the Year, won the individual crown by nine shots at the league championships, and helped TCU pick up its fourth straight conference title. He later guided the Frogs to a 20th-place finish at the 2004 NCAA Championships.

As a TCU player, he owned an impressive 71.73 stroke average and had eight top-10s.


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