Sonoma State senior Jarin Todd and sophomore Patrick Bauer have been named second-team All-Americans by PING and the Golf Coaches Association of America after leading the Seawolves to the Division II national championship.

With the honor, Todd, a two-time National Player of the Year, became just the fourth three-time All-American in school history joining Melissa Costa (track and field), Amy Apodoca (women’s soccer) and Mike Stone (track and field). Todd won two tournaments, had a 71.50 stroke average and was under par in 21 of 38 rounds.

Bauer became just the second athlete in school history to earn All-American honors in his first two years, joining Costa. Bauer placed third at the NCAA Tournament, had a 72.10 stroke average, 16 under-par rounds and won the Cal State Monterey Bay Otter Invitational.