Four Tigers earn All-SEC honors

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Auburn men’s golf quartet of Graysen Huff, Andrew Kozan, Jovan Rebula and Alex Vogelsong were selected to the 2019-20 All-SEC teams, the Southeastern Conference office announced Wednesday.

Rebula earned first-team honors, while Huff and Kozan picked up second-team accolades. Vogelsong was named to the all-freshman team.

Rebula, who was recently named a PING All-American for the third consecutive season, set the single-season record for lowest stroke average at 70.19 during the 2019-20 campaign. His 71.4 career average is second in the Auburn record books, trailing only Blayne Barber (2010-12) at 70.83.

The George, South Africa native was the top finisher for the Tigers four times and logged five top-10 finishes in the seven tournaments played. Seventeen of his 21 rounds were at or below par with seven that were in the 60s.

Huff, who also was chosen to the SEC Community Service Team for the second time, touted a stroke average of 71.39, the lowest of his career. He logged five top-20 finishes in six tournaments played, including three inside the top 10.

The Eagle, Idaho native totaled nine rounds under par, which included six in the 60s.

Kozan also put together a career year and was Auburn’s second-lowest regular scorer at 71.14 strokes per round. He finished inside the top 20 in six of his seven tournaments and had 17 of his 21 total rounds count to the team score.

The West Palm Beach, Fla. native had 10 below-par rounds and tied for the team lead with seven in the 60s.

Vogelsong, a two-time SEC Freshman of the Week honoree, competed in all seven tournaments in his first campaign with the Tigers. He notched a 71.62 average round that was one of the top marks in the conference among freshmen.

The Palm City, Fla. native secured a pair of top-5 finishes and had eight rounds below par, including five in the 60s.


Davis Thompson, Georgia

John Augenstein, Vanderbilt

Trent Phillips, Georgia

John Axelsen, Florida

Ricky Castillo, Florida

Jovan Rebula, Auburn

William Paysse, Texas A&M

Julian Perico, Arkansas

Jamie Wilson, South Carolina


Reid Davenport, Vanderbilt

Walker Lee, Texas A&M

Sam Bennett, Texas A&M

Rhys Nevin, Tennessee

Spencer Cross, Tennessee

Andrew Kozan, Auburn

William Buhl, Arkansas

Graysen Huff, Auburn


J.T. Higgins, Texas A&M


John Augenstein, Vanderbilt


Ricky Castillo, Florida


William Paysse, Texas A&M

Ricky Castillo, Florida

Jimmy Lee, Texas A&M

William Moll, Vanderbilt

Alex Vogelsong, Auburn


Ben Fuller, Alabama

Wil Gibson, Arkansas

Graysen Huff, Auburn

Manny Girona, Florida

David Sikes, Georgia

Jacob Cook, Kentucky

Drew Gonzales, LSU

Charlie Miller, Ole Miss

Griffin Agent, Mississippi State

Tommy Boone, Missouri

Jack Parrott, South Carolina

Spencer Cross, Tennessee

Reese Ramsey, Texas A&M

Michael Shears, Vanderbilt