Golf: Snedeker Named First Team All-SEC

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Vanderbilt golfer Brandt Snedeker was named to the SEC's First-Team, it was announced Monday. Snedeker was selected to the league's Second-Team last season.

Snedeker, who played prep golf at Nashville's Montgomery Bell Academy,
leads the team with a stroke average of 71.3. In 12 tournaments this
season, Snedeker has recorded five top-five finishes and eight top-10
finishes.

The junior's best finish this season was a tie for second place at the
Mercedes Benz Collegiate Championships, where he shot rounds of 74, 69
and 69 to post a four-under-par score of 212. Snedeker's best score came at
The Intercollegiate at Finley, where he fired rounds of 66, 68 and 71 to
record an 11-under-par mark of 205 to finish tied for third place.

Snedeker helped lead the Commodores to a fourth-place finish at the SEC
Championships two weeks ago, shooting a 218 to finish in a tie for 12th
place.

2002 SEC Men's Golf Awards

FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC
Kevin Haefner, Auburn
Lee Williams, Auburn
Camilo Benedetti, Florida
Camilo Villegas, Florida
Ryan Hybl, Georgia
John Holmes, Kentucky
David Skinns, Tennessee
Brandt Snedeker, Vanderbilt

SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC
Clint Provost, Alabama
Nick Rousey, Alabama
David Miller, Georgia
Bryant Odom, Georgia
Nathan Goulding, LSU
Heath West, LSU
Martin Rominger, South Carolina
Andrew Pratt, Tennessee

SEC COACH OF THE YEAR
Mike Griffin, Auburn

SEC PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Camilo Villegas, Florida

SEC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR
David Skinns, Tennessee

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