Clemson’s Matt Hendrix Named Semifinalist for Hogan Award


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NORMAN, Okla. — Bank of America in association with The Friends of
Golf (FOG), Colonial Country Club and the Golf Coaches Association of
America (GCAA), has announced the 10 semifinalist for the 2004 The
Ben Hogan Award. The Hogan is presented annually to the top men’s
NCAA Division I, II or III or NAIA golfer, taking into account all
collegiate and amateur competitions during the last 12 months.


The 10 semifinalist include Florida’s Matt Every and Camilo
Villegas, Bill Haas from Wake Forest, Clemson’s Matt Hendrix,
Washington’s Brock Mackenzie, Ryan Moore of UNLV, Arizona’s Chris
Nallen, Chris Stroud of Lamar, Peter Tomasulo of California and
Oklahoma State’s Casey Wittenberg. Haas and Moore were finalist for
the award last year while Nallen was named to the semifinalist list.
Every, Moore, Nallen, Stroud and Wittenberg have been named to
represent the United States at the 2004 Palmer Cup presented by
Monster.


The Hogan Award selection committee will name five finalists
on April 27. The winner of The Hogan Award will be announced on May
6 and the presentation banquet will be held at Colonial Country Club
on May 17, the Monday prior to the Bank of America Colonial.

2004 The Ben Hogan Award Semifinalist

(in alphabetical order)

Matt Every, Florida

Bill Haas, Wake Forest

Matt Hendrix, Clemson

Brock Mackenzie, Washington

Ryan Moore, UNLV

Chris Nallen, Arizona

Chris Stroud, Lamar

Peter Tomasulo, California

Camilo Villegas, Florida

Casey Wittenberg, Oklahoma State

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