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Lile Named First Team All-SEC

Lile Named First Team All-SEC

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – University of Arkansas senior golfer Craig Lile was named first-team All-SEC as was announced by the Southeastern Conference media relations’ office on Monday. Lile was the only Razorback that was selected for post-season honors by the conference.
For Lile, who has led the Razorbacks in all eleven tournaments the Hogs have played in this season, this is third time he has been named All-SEC. In 1998, Lile was named freshman of the year and earned first team honors and last year was named second team All-SEC.
In the 11 tournaments that the Razorbacks have played in, Lile won three tournament titles winning the Cleveland Golf Intercollegiate, the Pepsi Southwest Missouri State Fall Challenge and the University of Texas-San Antonio Invitational. Lile finished in the top five in six tournaments, top ten in seven tournaments and finished in the top 20 in all but one tournament all season.
Lile is currently ranked 33rd in the nation and has the lowest stroke average in the conference at 68.61.
Lile and the Razorbacks will play in the Maxwell this weekend, May 11-13, at Dornick Hills Country Club in Ardmore, Okla. Lile will then move on to compete at the NCAA Central Regional, May 17-19, at Karsten Creek in Stillwater, Okla.

2001 SEC Individual Honors
2001 SEC Player of the Year – Nick Cassini, Georgia
2001 SEC Coach of the Year – Mike Griffin, Auburn
2001 SEC Freshman of the Year – Camilo Viegas, Florida

First Team All-SEC:
Bryant Odom, Georgia
Nick Cassini, Georgia
Eric Compton, Georgia
Camilo Vilegas, Florida
Bubba Dickerson, Florida
Craig Lile, Arkansas
Kyle Thompson, South Carolina
Alan Morgan, LSU

Second Team All-SEC:
David Miller, Georgia
Nick Rousey, Alabama
Ryan Hybl, Georgia
Camilo Benedetti, Florida
Troy Miller, Ole Miss
Jan-Are Larsen, Alabama
John Humphries, LSU
Brandt Snedeker, Vanderbilt
Kevin Haefner, Auburn
Andy Brimer, Tennessee

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