Bodda Getta Daily Brew 6/4:

Good Morning, Auburn Family. Auburn men's golf freshman Jackson Koivun adds one final award to his resume this season as he was named the recipient of the 2024 Jack Nicklaus Award.
Koivun is the first player in the history of the sport to sweep the three national Player of the Year awards — the Haskins, the Hogan, and the Nicklaus — and the Phil Mickelson Outstanding Freshman Award in the same season.

As the 2024 Nicklaus winner, Koivun earns a spot in this week's Memorial Tournament on the PGA Tour set for Thursday, June 6 – Sunday, June 9, in Dublin, Ohio. 

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🔼 Party On. Megan Schofill concluded her run at the 2024 U.S. Women's Open Golf Championship on Sunday. The Auburn standout carded a 72-hole score of 292 (+12) to finish the event tied with Asterisk Talley and Catherine Park for lowest amateurs in the field and in a tie for 44th place on the leaderboard.

Schofill was one of four amateur players to make the 36-hole cut after Friday's round and became the first former Auburn player to do so since Candace Schepperle at the 2009 U.S. Women's Open.

🔼 Forward Motion. Auburn soccer and head coach Karen Hoppa announced the addition of transfer forward Jordyn Crosby to the program. Crosby joins the program as a sophomore after spending the previous year at Santa Clara University.
Last season, the Broncos went 14-5-1 and appeared in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Crosby appeared in all 21 matches and bagged five goals. She was honored as a member of the West Coast Conference All-Freshman Team.

Auburn soccer returns to action in early August with the commencement of its 26th season under Hoppa. A full schedule will be announced at a later date. 

🔼 No Bandwagoners Allowed. The latest edition of Auburn Being Auburn once again features members of the Auburn family who share stories about the dedication of the fans. Whether their team is winning or losing, they’re all in.

“They don’t realize how important the Auburn family is until they’ve left it,” said ‘74 graduate Ed Bagwell, who works in Program Distribution for Auburn Sports Properties.

“How many times have you been somewhere and someone says, ‘War Eagle.’ And you know that there’s family everywhere,” said former marching band member Susan “Nun” Nunnelly.

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He is just the eighth player to sweep the three national golfer of the year awards, joining Ludvig Åberg (2023, Texas Tech), John Pak (2021, Florida State), Sahith Theegala (2020, Pepperdine), Patrick Rodgers (2014, Stanford), Ryan Moore (2005, UNLV), Bill Haas (2004, Wake Forest) and Hunter Mahan (2003, Oklahoma State).

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