2015-2016• JUNIOR SEASON
Fall 2015: Played in all four tournaments for the Gophers with a 73.36 scoring average•tied career-low round score of 70 twice at Alister Mackenzie Invitational•posted career-low tournament score of 215(+2) at Alister Mackenzie Invitational•tied for 16th at Husky Invitational
2014-2015• SOPHOMORE SEASON:
Held a 77.71 stroke average in three tournaments. Fall 2014: Had a 78.16 scoring average over six rounds •played in the Gopher Invitational and Royal Oaks Intercollegiate. Spring 2015: Shot a 75 (+3) at the Dartmouth dual match.
2013-14 • FRESHMAN SEASON:
Played in four tournaments, including three as an individual • held a stroke average of 74.13.Fall 2013: Made his collegiate debut playing as an individual in the Gopher Invitational, where he tied for 30th at 8-over (221) • also played in the Crow River JV Shootout, tying for fourth. Spring 2014: Tied for 63rd in the NCAA Raleigh Regional (+13), with two rounds counting toward the team score • playing as an individual, placed second at St. John's Spring Invitational with 18-hole score of 70.
HIGH SCHOOL/AMATEUR PLAY:
A graduate of Shanley (Fargo, N.D.) High School • 2011 and 2012 North Dakota junior champion • part of 2011 team state title and 2012 runner-up finish • earned all-state honors, tying for second individually at the 2013 North Dakota Class A state tournament • All-Eastern Dakota Conference • all-region.
|Year||Tournaments||Rounds||Strokes||Average||-Par||Top-10 Finishes||Low Round|
|Round||70||Most recent: Alister MacKenzie Invitational||10/13/15|
|Score||215||Alister MacKenzie Invitational||10/12-13/15|
|Tourn. Score to Par||+2||Alister MacKenzie Invitational||10/12-13/15|
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