Moll Named All-America

Sophomore honored after impressive season

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Vanderbilt rising junior William Moll has been named a PING Second Team All-American, the Golf Coaches Association of America announced Monday.

“It’s always special to see a student-athlete be recognized as All-America,” Vanderbilt head coach Scott Limbaugh said. “In my opinion, it shows a certain competitive character and a lot of consistency in performance. William displayed both of those things this year and we are certainly proud of him.

“He is really a special young person and he loves competing for our team and his energy is contagious.”

Moll, from Houston, was also named Golfweek Third Team All-America earlier this year. He led the Commodores as a sophomore with a 70.5 stroke average while finishing inside the top 15 nine times in 11 tournaments.

Ranked 34th nationally by Golfstat, Moll was also named All-Region (Southeast) and First Team All-SEC. 

Moll is the 21st All-America selection during Limbaugh’s coaching tenure.