April 30, 2001
NORMAN, Okla. - The University of Oklahoma men's golf squad placed two student-athletes on the 2001 All-Big 12 Men's Golf Team. A total of 10 student-athletes and a head coach were selected by the league's head coaches. Junior Cody Freeman and sophomore Matt Cohn were each all-conference selections for the first time in their careers.
Freeman, who didn't see any action until the third tournament of the season, has led OU at five tournaments this season while maintaining a scoring average of 74.04. The junior from Arnett, Okla., has recorded three top-five finishes this year, including his first start of the season where he tied for second while leading the Sooners to a team championship at the Windon Memorial Classic. Freeman is ranked 28th nationally by Mastercard and 65th by Golfweek.
Cohn hails from La Jolla, Calif., and has led Oklahoma at three tournaments this season. Cohn boasts the lowest scoring average for OU with a 73.68. In his first tournament of this season, he led OU at the Ridges Intercollegiate by tying for third place with a score of 212. In the national rankings, he is stands 50th by Golfweek and 55th by Mastercard. Cohn was also recently named to the 2001 Big 12 All-Academic Team.