DURANT, Okla. — Southeastern Oklahoma State’s Zach James has been named to the Great American Conference Men’s Golf All-Decade Team.
James, a native of Whitesboro, is one of the most dominant golfers in GAC and Southeastern history over his career, which spanned from 2015 through 2019.
He is one of three players to earn All-GAC honors in all four years and is the only player to be a first-team selection in three of those.
James picked up nine career tournament wins, highlighted by his 2018 GAC Individual Championship.
He was twice named the GAC Golfer of the Year, winning in 2018 and 2019, and was twice a PING All-American while being a finalist both of those years for the Jack Nicklaus Division II National Player of the Year Award.
James carries a career scoring average of 72.13 over 136 rounds, posting 67 rounds at par of better. He owns Southeastern career record for birdies (475) and eagles (23).