NORMAN — University of Oklahoma men's golf senior Max McGreevy has been named to the 11-member 2017 All-Big 12 Team, the conference announced Monday.
This marks the second consecutive season McGreevy has received the honor.
The Edmond, Okla., native has competed in all 12 team events this season, posting a 71.31 scoring average, putting him on pace to record the lowest season scoring average in program history. The record is currently held by Anthony Kim, who logged a 71.36 average in 2004-05, according to records dating back to the 1993-94 season.
During his senior campaign, McGreevy has earned nine top-20 finishes, including six in the top 10 and three in the top five. He has also claimed two titles this season at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate and the Lone Star Invitational, marking three total wins in his career and making him the winningest golfer under eighth-year OU head coach Ryan Hybl.
The All-Big 12 team was identified using the highest-ranked golfers according to the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings following the Big 12 Championship, and the team increased to 11 individuals this season to include the medalist of the championship. McGreevy is currently ranked No. 45 nationally.
McGreevy and the Sooners return to the course May 15-17 at the NCAA Stanford Regional.