Earned first team All-West Coast Conference honors for the second consecutive season…finished the year with a team-low stroke average of 72.53 for his 10 events (30 rounds)…was USF’s top finisher in five of the 10 events on the year…enjoyed four top-10 finishes…best showing was a tie for third at the Fresno State Classic in March…played in the No. 1 position in seven of the team’s 10 events on the year… finished with a stroke average of 72.60 in five fall events…got out the gates fast with a pair of top-10 finishes at the Columbia (Mo.)
Regional Preview (t-6th) and Saint Mary’s Invitational (4th)…finished 2-under at Columbia on rounds of 73-69-72…followed up with a solid fourth place finish at the Saint Mary’s Invitational at the rugged Bayonet and Black Horse Courses at Seaside…posted rounds of 74-69-72 to finish 1-under for the tournament…shot rounds of 77-70-83 (230) to tie for 37th at the Cabo del Sol Invitational.
After opening with a 78 at the Alister Mackenzie Invitational, came back to post back-to-back 70’s to finish at 218 (+2) and tie for 41st place…closed out the fall by tying for 28th at the Warrior-Wave Invitational in Princeville on rounds of 69-71-72 (-4)…opened the spring season at The Farms Intercollegiate, where he tied for 24th at 224 (+8) on rounds of 74-79-71…finished at even par 216 for 54-holes at the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate on rounds of 74-68-72…held the outright lead after a first round 68 at the Fresno State Classic at the San Joaquin Country Club.
Eventually finished tied for third after shooting rounds of 73 and 77 over the final 36 holes…shot a two-over 212 (71-67-74) to finish tied for 24th at The Goodwin held at Stanford Golf Course…tied for fifth at the WCC Championships in Bremerton, Wash. with a 54-hole score of 217…followed an opening round 68 with rounds of 74 and 75.
Earned first team All-West Coast Conference honors in his first season on The Hilltop after transferring from the University of Washington…played in all 12 events and finished with a team-best 72.86 stroke average…was USF’s top finisher in five events on the season…had four top-10 finishes on the year, highlighted by a tie for second at The Triumph at Pauma Valley…opened the season tying for 31st at the Golfweek Conference Challenge at the Spirit Hollow Golf Club in Burlington, Iowa after rounds of 77-75-73 (225)…tied for 26th at the Saint Mary’s Challenge at the Bayonette and Black Horse Courses in Seaside…posted rounds of 75-76-71 (222) to finish at six-over for the tournament.
Placed fourth at the Williams Tucker Invitational in Albuquerque, New Mexico with a score of 213 (-4)…carded a pair of 69’s on the first day before closing with a 75 to earn a tie for fourth…tied for 21st at the Notre Dame Gridiron Classic at the Warren Course in South Bend…opened strong with rounds of 71 and 72 before closing with a 77 to finish at 220 (+7)
Finished at two-under 211 to tie for 17th at the Alister Mackenzie Invitational at the Meadow Club in Fairfax on rounds of 71-67-73…his second round 67 was his lowest round of the year, later matched at the U.S. Intercollegiate at Stanford…opened the spring campaign by tying for 28th at The Farms Intercollegiate in San Diego on rounds of 80-74-76 (230; +14)…finished one-over to tie for 11th at the Wyoming Desert Classic after rounds of 70-71-76 (217)…enjoyed top-10 finishes in three of his next four events…tied for second at The Triumph at Pauma Valley with an even par score of 213 on rounds of 72-71-70, helping USF to the team title…struggled at the Duck Invitational in Eugene, Ore., finishing tied for 62nd with a score of 229 (+13) after rounds of 79-75-75…was in title contention at the prestigious U.S. Intercollegiate at Stanford before tying for ninth at 209 (+2)
Followed an opening round four-under 66 with rounds of 71 and 72…was the Dons top finisher at the WCC Championships in Bremerton, Wash., where he tied for fourth with an even par score of 216 (74-70-72)…took team honors at the NCAA Columbus Regional, where he tied for 13th at 218 (+5)…was tied for fourth place after shooting an opening round 70…followed with rounds of 76 and 72 to tie for 13th.