DENTON, Texas – For the first time in 21 years, the North Texas golf team has an All-American. Senior Rodolfo Cazaubon was named to Golfweek’s All-America team as he was tabbed as an honorable mention pick after his record breaking season.
Cazaubon is the first North Texas golfer to be named an All-American since Mike McCaffrey in 1992 and is the 13th player in school history to earn the honor, picking up the Mean Green’s 21st All-America award since 1958.
This season, Cazaubon became the first North Texas golfer to qualify as an individual for the national title. He finished in a tie for 32nd place at the NCAA Championship and the Golfweek.com final rankings put him at No. 39.
He won three individual tournaments this past year, the most in the modern era for an individual. Cazaubon was named to the all-conference team for a fourth straight season, becoming just the second player in school history to earn all-conference honors in four consecutive years.
This season, Cazaubon had the most top-10 finishes in a decade at North Texas. Cazaubon had seven top-10 finishes, the most since 2002-03, and wrapped up his career with 14 top-10 and eight top-five finishes.
He helped lead North Texas to back-to-back conference titles for the first time since 1974-75 and to the NCAA Tournament in three straight seasons, the first time in 37 years the Mean Green has made three straight NCAA Appearances.
Cazaubon has already qualified for the U.S. Amateur this summer and will begin his professional career following the event.