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Eckroat on Team USA in 2016 TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup NORMAN Golfers Austin Eckroat, of Edmond, Will Thomson, Matthew Wolff and Norman Xiong along with Head Coach Jeff Roope, of Wittenberg University, will represent the United States at the TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup supported by JAL at Chuyko Golf Club's Ishino Course in Toyota City, Japan. The Junior Golf World Cup, which follows a four players count three scores format, will consist of four rounds played June 14 17. The TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2016 is the world's only junior golf championship in which national teams, winners of regional qualifiers held across six continents and participated in by more than 60 national squads, compete for the world champion trophy. Team USA has won the tournament five times since its inception in 1992 but has failed to claim the team title since 2005. The USA squad placed fourth last year. Eckroat, who plays at Edmond North, was the first and only freshman in Oklahoma history to be the Class 6A individual state champion. He was named to the 2015 AJGA Rolex All America Second Team and was the 2015 Scott Robertson Memorial nike news champion when he broke the competitive course and tournament records with an 8 under 63 in the second round. Eckroat also broke the 54 hole championship scoring record at the 2015 Scott Robertson Memorial by four strokes. The Husky was the 2015 Oklahoma Junior Amateur champion and won his US Amateur local qualifier. Eckroat had a third place finish at the 2015 AJGA Ping Invitational. "Being nike tanjun sandals selected to represent the nike tracksuit red, white and blue is the greatest honor. I am looking forward to playing some great golf in Japan," Eckroat said. Roope, in his ninth season as head coach at Wittenberg, has advanced his teams to NCAA Division III Championship Tournaments in six straight years starting in 2010. He has been North Coast Athletic Conference Coach of the Year five times, and was also named Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year in 2014. Roope's players have won the NCAC's Bob Nye Award as the conference's individual medalist six straight years, with Craig Osterbrock becoming the program's first All American in nearly 20 years with back to back awards in 2010 and 2011, followed by David Wetterich in 2012, and Alex Andrews in 2013. In 2014, Andrews, John Chaney and Ben Hoenkamp made the list and in 2015 Andrews and Chaney were honored nationally. Roope has previously worked as assistant tournament director with the Florida State Golf Association and as Assistant Caddiemaster at Muirfield Village Golf Club. A member of the GCAA All America committee, he is also former chair of the Great Lakes Regional Advisory Committee to the NCAA Division III men's golf selection committee. "I am extremely honored to have been selected to coach the Junior World Cup team for the United States," said Roope. "The chance to represent my country in such a competition is a once in a lifetime opportunity and I could not be more excited. The opportunity to coach and collaborate with some of the best young talent in the United States is equally unique and a chance I'm looking forward to as much as the competition. "What an amazing year to be part of international competition. With the Olympics and Ryder Cup being played in 2016, the interest in golf around the world might never be higher. I'm so excited to just play a small part in growing the game around the globe." Thomson was named a Second Team Rolex Junior All American for the 2015 AJGA season. He won the 2015 AJGA Chateau Elan Junior All Star. Amateur. Wolff was the 2014 and 2015 Toyota Tour Cup Championship winner at Sandpiper Golf Club. He collected victories from the Toyota Tour Cup at River Ridge Golf Club, Olivas Links Golf Club and Alisal River Course in 2014. He was also the champion at the AJGA JAS at Tanglewood Park Championship Golf Course. Wolff has been named to the 2015 Wyndham Cup West Team, 2015 SCPGA Challenge Cup Team and the 2014 2015 SCPGA All Southern California Team. He received the 2015 SCPGA Curtis Cup Award, 2014 SCPGA Ralph Miller Award, and was named 2014 Toyota Tour Cup Player of the Year. Xiong was the 2014 and 2015 Toyota Tour Cup Champion at The Golf Club of La Quinta. He also collected wins from the 2015 Toyota Tour Cup at Saboba Springs and Morongo Legends courses. Xiong was the 2014 Toyota Tour Cup winner at Red Hawk Temecula. In 2014, Xiong had AJGA tournament wins at Mill River Foundation, Sunriver Bend and Nike JAS Invitational at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club. He received selections to the 2015 Wyndham Cup West Team, 2015 SCPGA Challenge Cup Team and was named a 2014 and 2015 AJGA Second Team All American and 2014 Gary Gilcrest AJGA All American. He is the winner of the 2015 SCPGA Ralph Miller Award and 2014 SCPGA Curtis Cup Award.