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Loe Earns National Golf Honor

July 13, 2007

NORMAN, Okla. - Trevor Loe, a senior-to-be on Gonzaga University's men's golf team, has been named a Cleveland Golf All-American Scholar by the golf coaches for the 2007 season.

Loe has a 3.74 grade point average in accounting and becomes the second Bulldog to earn Cleveland Golf All-American Scholar status, Matt Munroe earning the accolade in 2005.

Loe also became the first Bulldog men's golfer to earn ESPN The Magazine District 8 academic honors, being named to the at-large second team this past spring.

The native of Sammamish, Wash., finished tied for ninth with teammate Brandon Crick at the 40th annual West Coast Conference Championship this season. He completed the year with a 74.7 stroke average in 27 rounds.

Loe had two other Top 10 finishes this season as he tied for fourth at the Weber State University Purple and Red Invitational and tied for fifth at the University of Idaho Fall Classic. He also tied for 11th at the Wolf Pack Classic hosted by the University of Nevada.

To be eligible for Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar status an individual must be a junior or senior academically and competed in at least two full years at the collegiate level, participate in 70-percent of his teams competitive rounds, have a stroke average under 76.0 in Division I and maintain a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.2. A recipient must also be of high moral character and be in good standing at his college or university.

The 2006-2007 Cleveland Golf All-America Scholars for Division I are:

William Allcorn, BaylorFredrik Andersson, Arizona StateGunnar Avinelis, Fresno StateChris Baker, Iowa StateTom Ballinger, Kent StateNicholas Becker, Brigham YoungBarden Berry, North CarolinaBryan Bigley, SienaLouis Bishop, UC DavisJonas Blixt, Florida StateWallace Booth, Augusta StateAlan Borowsky, LehighChris Bouchard, EvansvilleMarc Bourgeois, Kent StateMatthew Busa, GeorgetownGregg Buckway, Weber StateZack Byrd, Coastal CarolinaRoberto Castro, Georgia TechGrant Christman, OhioMitch Cohlmia, TulsaJulian Colmenares, Jacksonville StateWayne Denger, Ball StateAndrew DiBitetto, CharlotteTyler Docking, KansasKevin Dore, MichiganBrad Doster, KentuckyBrian Edick, UC IrvineJustin Fetcho, South FloridaOscar Floren, Texas TechMatthew Gann, Morehead StateCJ Gato, UNLVStan Guerrero, Old DominionKeith Guest, Augusta StateRodney Hamblin, Iowa StateMatt Hanlon, U.S. Military AcademyJonas Enander Hedin, CharlotteRyan Henry, TulsaNick Higham, Weber StateGraham Hill, Eastern MichiganTaylor Hobin, San FranciscoCD Hockersmith, Ball StateKyle Hosick, IllinoisBen Howe, St. BonaventureJustin Hull, ToledoShawn Jasper, MissouriZach Jecklin, Northern IllinoisGarrett Jones, WisconsinPariya Jonhasavasdikul, PurdueJeff Kaiser, WisconsinJohn Kelly, MissouriAlexander Knoll, DavidsonSam Korbe, TulsaMorgan Landry, Louisiana-LafayetteKevin Larsen, Georgia TechColby Lindsay, UTEPTyler Leon, Oklahoma State
Trevor Loe, GonzagaPablo Martin, Oklahoma StateMarc Matalavage, NC-WilmingtonMark Alexander Matza, YaleStephen Mayo, DavidsonMichael McRae, Saint Mary¹s (Calif.)Garret Merrell, Texas TechBrett Myers, TulsaKyle Morris, Seton HallJay Moseley, AuburnColin Norris, UTPAAndrew Oleksak, HartfordJohn Pelet, RichmondJustin Perry, Western KentuckyThomas Petersson, PacificRyan Posey, Oklahoma StateBrian Prouty, ArizonaLindsay Renolds, Coastal CarolinaZachary Reeves, Texas-ArlingtonRobert Rohanna, Penn StateBryan Rozier, Jacksonville StateTim Schaetzel, MichiganGareth Shaw, East Tennessee StateRyan Siekmann, OhioAndy Skillman, Ball StateMichael Smith, Louisiana-LafayetteMatthew Snowden, Arkansas StateGiwon Suh, Central FloridaDaniel Summerhays, Brigham YoungJoseph Sykora, AlabamaJarred Texter, UNLVWarren Thomas, South CarolinaChase Thomas, BaylorBrendan Todd, GeorgiaTrey Todd, Texas A&MJordan Utley, RichmondManuel Villegas, FloridaTino Weiss, TennesseeOliver West, Kennesaw StateDerrick Whiting, Colorado StateChris Wilson, NorthwesternMichael Wilson, CaliforniaJeff Wolniewicz, BinghamtonKyle Yonke, Kansas State