Six @ACCMGolf-ers Named Golfweek All-Americans

Georgia Tech’s Ollie Schniederjans named to first team

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Six golfers from the Atlantic Coast Conference were named Golfweek All-Americans, announced Tuesday. 

The league contingent is led by Georgia Tech junior Ollie Schneiderjans, the ACC Golfer of the Year, who was named to the first team. Florida State freshman Jack Maguire, Georgia Tech senior Seth Reeves, Virginia junior Denny McCarthy, and Virginia Tech junior Scott Vincent garnered second-team honors, while Virginia Tech junior Trevor Cone is on the third team.

Schniederjans, a rising senior from Powder Springs, Ga., won five tournaments in 2013-14, including the ACC individual championship, and was runner-up in both the NCAA Raleigh Regional and NCAA Championship. 

Maguire, a native of St. Petersburg, Fla., had eight top ten finishes as he was named the ACC Freshman of the Year and to the 2014 Palmer Cup. He finished the season ranked No. 20 in the Golfweek/Sagarin College rankings.

Reeves, who graduated from Tech in May, won twice for the Yellow Jackets in his final year and posted six top-10 finishes.

McCarthy finished his junior year with a 70.38 stroke average and was ranked No. 8 in the final Golfstat individual rankings. He was the runner-up at the ACC Championships and placed sixth at the NCAA Columbia Regional. He also finished in sixth place at the NCAA Championships, UVa's second-best individual finish in program history.

Vincent won three tournaments in 2013-14, including back-to-back events in September to earn ACC Golfer of the Month honors. The native of Harare, Zimbabwe, posted nine top-10 finishes in 12 events played over the year.

Cone, a native of Concord, N.C., was named to the All-ACC team and led all Hokies at the NCAA Championship by finishing tied for 19th. He ends the season ranked 27th national by Golfweek.