2012-2013 All-Midwest Team

BOYS 12 & UNDER

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Brian Terlesky

- Player of the Year -

Brian Terlesky, Youngstown, Ohio

Player of the Year Points: 1,575

First-Team All Midwest Points: 1,174

Won seven tournaments including the season-ending Tour Championship by nine strokes.

Finished with a scoring average of 72.79.

Finished out of the top 2 just once.

Terlesky's results

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Ben Smith

Ben Smith, Novi, Mich.

Player of the Year Points: 1,524

First-Team All Midwest Points: 1,230

Won five tournaments and was runner-up at the season-ending Tour Championship.

Compiled a 79.61 scoring average and never finished out of the top four in any event he participated, including four second-place finishes and three thirds.

Smth's results

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Trent Tipton

Trent Tipton, Orient, Ohio

Player of the Year Points: 1,282

First-Team All Midwest Points: 1,043

Won three tournaments and was runner-up six other times.

Compiled a 78.86 scoring average and finished out of the top three just four times in 14 events, including a tie for third in the Tour Championship.

Tipton's results

BOYS 13-14

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Allen Hamilton

Player of the Year

Allen Hamilton, Louisville, Ky.

Player of the Year Points: 1,150

First-Team All Midwest Points: 797

Won four tournaments including three straight to close out the season.

Victorious in the season-ending Tour Championship by four strokes.

Compiled a 77.88 scoring average.

Hamilton's results

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Patrick Allgeier

Patrick Allgeier, Fort Wayne, Ind.

Player of the Year Points: 968

First-Team All Midwest Points: 731

Notched two victories on the Tour and finished out of the top four only once the entire season.

Compiled a 79.43 scoring average and finished tied for second at the season-ending Tour Championship.

Allgeier's results

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Andrew Wood

Andrew Wood, Zionsville, Ind.

Player of the Year Points: 864

First-Team All Midwest Points: 774

Won three tournaments including back-to-back titles during April's stretch run.

Compiled a 78.80 scoring average and placed sixth in the season-ending Tour Championship.

Wood's results

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Mitchell McFarland

Mitchell McFarland, Wheelersburg, Ohio

Player of the Year Points: 507

First-Team All Midwest Points: 507

Won two of the four events he participated including a two-shot victory in his last tournament at Avalon Lakes.

Compiled a 77.05 scoring average in a season that also included a fourth- and a sixth-place finish.

McFarland's results

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Matthew Liston

Matthew Liston, Louisville, Ky.

Player of the Year Points: 406

First-Team All Midwest Points: 406

Won in each of his first two starts of the season then tied for fourth in his only other appearance.

Compiled a 77.40 scoring average with his best a 73 during his victory at Yankee Trace.

Liston's results

BOYS 15-19

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Daniel Wetterich

Player of the Year

Daniel Wetterich, Cincinnati, Ohio

Player of the Year Points: 4,793

First-Team All Midwest Points: 4,451

Won five tournaments and participated in a tour-most 17 events.

Finished tied for 13th at the Tour Championship.

Compiled a 76.31 scoring average and placed in the top five 12 times.

Wetterich's results

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Tyler Gray

Tyler Gray, Huntingburg, Ind.

Player of the Year Points: 2,544

First-Team All Midwest Points: 2,544

Notched seven top-5 finishes including a tie for second in his final event at Kearney Hills.

Compiled a 77.52 scoring average in 12 events he competed.

Gray's results

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Tyler Pearson

Tyler Pearson, Richmond, Ind.

Player of the Year Points: 2,000

First-Team All Midwest Points: 2,000

Amassed four top-5 finishes and added three other sixth-place finishes.

Closed with a 70 at Ball State for his low round of the season and a third-place finish.

Compiled a 77.20 scoring average over the eight events he participated.

Pearson's results

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Callahan Ellzey

Callahan Elzey, Fort Wayne, Ind.

Player of the Year Points: 1,958

First-Team All Midwest Points: 1,703

Tied for low-Tour finisher at the Golfweek East Coast Invitational after surging to the first-round overall lead.

Was runner-up four times during the season.

Compiled a 77.11 scoring average.

Elzey's results

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Devan Schulert

Devan Schulert, Kingsville, Ontario

Player of the Year Points: 1,691

First-Team All Midwest Points: 1,691

Played in six tournaments during the season, notching a victory at Purdue in the second week.

Compiled a 77.10 scoring average with three top-5 finishes and tied for low GJT Player at the East Coast Invitational.

Schulert's results

GIRLS 14 & UNDER

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Allyson Geer

Player of the Year

Allyson Geer, Brighton, Mich.

Player of the Year Points: 844

First-Team All Midwest Points: 844

Won six tournaments out of the seven she participated.

Compiled an 80.81 scoring average over 21 rounds in which she carded 27 birdies.

Geer's results

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Jennifer Wang

Jennifer Wang, Solon, Ohio

Player of the Year Points: 729

First-Team All Midwest Points: 507

Won twice in five appearances and never finished out of the top six.

Compiled an 81.27 scoring average and turned in a fifth-place finish in the season-ending Tour Championship to nearly catch Geer for POY honors.

Wang's results

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Sammi Blackburn

Sammi Blackburn, Monroe, Ohio

Player of the Year Points: 585

First-Team All Midwest Points: 517

Participated in nine tournaments, pulling out a victory at Cherry Blossom.

Had one runner-up finish and placed out of the top-5 just once, at the season-ending Tour Championship.

Compiled an 86.04 scoring average.

Blackburn's results

GIRLS 15-19

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Anna Hack

Player of the Year

Anna Hack, Murray, Ky.

Player of the Year Points: 1,402

First-Team All Midwest Points: 880

Won four events out of the six she participated. She earned a runner-up finish at the Tour Championship.

Compiled a 74.58 scoring average with 33 birdies in 12 rounds.

Hack's results

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Lexi Toth

Lexi Toth, Dublin, Ohio

Player of the Year Points: 1,063

First-Team All Midwest Points: 715

Notched one victory and finished runner-up twice in five tournament appearances.

Compiled a 77.17 scoring average and grabbed an eighth-place finish at the season-ending Tour Championship.

Toth's results

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Julia Montgomery

Julia Montgomery, Shelby Township, Ohio

Player of the Year Points: 1,061

First-Team All Midwest Points: 630

Played in five tournaments while earning a victory at the University of Michigan over the summer series.

Has compiled a 79.07 scoring average and finished tied for fourth at the season-ending Tour Championship.

Montgomery's results

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Erin Harper

Erin Harper, Dublin, Ohio

Player of the Year Points: 775

First-Team All Midwest Points: 565

Victorious at Kearney Hills and earned a runner-up finish at Cherry Blossom.

Compiled a 79.06 scoring average and finished 14th at the season-ending Tour Championship.

Harper's results

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Jillian Hollis

Jillian Hollis, Rocky River, Ohio

Player of the Year Points: 564

First-Team All Midwest Points: 564

Earned a victory at Windmill Lakes and finished second in her only other appearance of the season.

Has compiled a 76.94 scoring average and has never finished below third place during her GJT career.

Hollis' results