More accomplishments for Oklahoma State's men's golf team roll in.
On Monday, the Golf Coaches Association of America announced the PING All-America teams, with three Cowboys earning honors.
Eugenio Chacarra earned first-team status after finishing the season ranked third by Golfstat and ninth by Golfweek/Sagarin. Chacarra, the Big 12 Newcomer of the Year, had two runner-up finishes and came in third three times this season.
Bo Jin earned a second-team nod after completing a decorated freshman campaign, which saw him place second in the Big 12 Championship, NCAA Stillwater Regional and NCAA Championship.
A native of Beijing, China, Jin was ranked seventh by Golfstat and 18th by Golfweek/Sagarin Ranking. He adds the accomplishment to a season where he earned a spot on the All-Big 12 first-team and a GCAA All-Freshman.
Austin Eckroat earned a third-team honor, and is now the 14th Cowboy all-time with four All-American awards during his career. Eckroat finished the season with four top five finishes and was ranked 16th by Golfstat and 25th by Golfweek/Sagarin Ranking.
This is the sixth time in eight seasons the Cowboys have had three or more golfers earn All-American honors under coach Alan Bratton.