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Jack Lundin Earns All-America Honors

Jack Lundin Earns All-America Honors

After completing one of the best seasons in program history, senior Jack Lundin of the University of Missouri men’s golf team was honored among the nation’s best on Wednesday, earning a spot on the Division I PING All-America Second Team.

Lundin is the first Tiger – and just second overall – to earn first or second-team All-America accolades since Stan Utley also received second-team accolades in 1983 and 1984. Overall, he becomes the program’s 11th All-American – who have received a combined 13 honors – and the first since current PGA Tour member Hayden Buckley was named to the third team in 2018.

Ranked as the nation’s No. 22 golfer to finish the 2023-24 campaign, Lundin posted a 69.69 stroke average in his final collegiate campaign. He posted a 1.5 stroke improvement from the 2022-23 season, while also posting the lowest average by a Tiger since Buckley in 2017-18 (69.5).

A first-team All-SEC honoree and five-time SEC Golfer of the Week, Lundin won two individual titles as a senior, earning medalist honors at the Hootie at Bulls Bay and Tiger Intercollegiate in back-to-back tournaments during the spring season. Overall, he placed in the top five in seven of his 12 tournaments, while leading Mizzou in scoring nine times in 2023-24.

Lundin also earned a spot on Team United States for the 2024 Arnold Palmer Cup, set to be held at Lahinch, Ireland, from July 5-7.

Lundin finished his three-year career at Mizzou with a 70.73 stroke average. He helped the Tigers advance to the NCAA Championship in all three of his seasons, marking the first time MU qualified in three-consecutive campaigns in its history.


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