A 2004 and 2005 first-team All-Conference USA performer, Beckstrom is one of the most heralded players in school history ... Added to his first-team all-league accolades by claiming co-medalist honors at the 2005 Conference USA Championships ... Garnered mention on the PING South Central All-Region Team ... Was the lone amateur to earn a spot in the field at the 2005 EDS Byron Nelson Championship ... Named the 2003 C-USA Freshman of the Year and was a member of the All-Freshman Team ... Has played in 36 tournaments in his three-year TCU career ... Has two tournament titles, and 14 other finishes in the top 20 ... Owns a 72.84 scoring average over 102 rounds ... Has a brother, J.J. Beckstrom, who played golf for Michigan State.
2004-05 (Junior Year)
Became a two-time first-team All-C-USA choice after posting a team-best 72.06 scoring average over 31 rounds.
Was one of four Horned Frogs named to the 15-person PING South Central All-District Team.
Claimed co-medalist honors with teammate Drew Stoltz at the Conference USA Championships with a three-round score of 209 (-7).
Helped the Frogs to their fifth straight league crown with his second college tournament win.
Had two other top-10 finishes, as he tied for sixth at the Carpet Capital Collegiate and tied for seventh at The Ridges.
Had a hot stretch in which he secured under-par scores in six of seven rounds.
Totaled a career-best 54-hole score of 204 (-12) to tie for 15th at the Waikoloa Intercollegiate.
Posted six rounds of better than 70 on the year, including a round of 66 at the Waikoloa Intercollegiate that matched his personal best.
Paced the Frogs in three tournaments on the year.
Finished the year ranked 68th according to the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings.
2003-04 (Sophomore Year)
Played in all 13 events for the Horned Frogs, posting a 72.95 stroke average along the way.
Was a first-team All-Conference USA performer in 2004.
Secured a first-place finish, two top-10s and four top-20s on the year.
Was TCU's top finisher at three tournaments on the season.
Finished the year rated 65th nationally according to the Golfweek/Sagarin ratings.
Posted sub-70 scores eight times, including a 66 at the Gary Koch Intercollegiate, the best round by a TCU player during the 2003-04 year.
Had an unbelievable fall semester, placing no worse than 11th in the four events and finishing the slate ranked sixth nationally.
Picked up his first collegiate victory, winning The Prestige at PGA West with a 10-under 206.
Took fifth at The Ridges Intercollegiate with a 3-under 213, the first of four straight under-par final scores.
Helped TCU claim its fourth straight league title, placing tied for 11th at the Conference USA Championship.
Tied for 27th place at the NCAA Central Regional with a 54-hole sum of 226 (+10).
Helped propel the Horned Frogs into the NCAA Championships in the process.
Was featured on The Golf Channel in April as he gave a tour of TCU to "College Central" host Steve Burkowski.
2002-03 (Freshman Year)
Competed in 12 of 13 events for the Horned Frogs in his true freshman year.
Owned an impressive 73.47 stroke average over 32 rounds of play.
Was voted Conference USA's Freshman of the Year following the year and also was named to the league's all-freshman team.
Was TCU's top finisher at two tournaments on the season.
Rated 146th in the final Golfweek/Sagarin individual rankings.
Fired five sub-70 rounds and had a pair of top-10 and two more top-20 finishes.
Recorded his best finish of the season in just his second career event, as he tied for second at the Sooner Invitational with a three-round total of 206 (-10).
Helped the Horned Frogs claim the team title in that event as he fired back-to-back rounds of 66 to open the tournament.
Tied for sixth place at the highly-competitive NCAA Preview with a 3-over 219, and was TCU's best finisher at the tourney.
Tied for 17th at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate with a two-round 141 that included a 4-under 67 in round one.
Was named Conference USA's October Golfer of the Month.
Sported a 2-2 record at the Collegiate Match Play, playing in the No. 5 slot.
Tied for 18th at the Conference USA Championships with a score of 220, which included a team-best 69 in the final round.
Helped the Horned Frogs to their third consecutive league title.
High School Highlights
Was a four-year letterman at North Muskegon (Mich.) High School.
Became a three-time Michigan state champion in Division IV.
Won the 1999 title with a 36-hole 148.
Claimed the 2000 state championship with a 141.
Fired a 36-hole 139 in 2001 to once again take home state medalist honors.
Crowned Mr. Golf in Michigan in 2000 and 2001.
Became the first TCU golfer under Bill Montigel to qualify for a PGA Tour event when he fired a 6-under 65 to earn a spot in the 2005 EDS Byron Nelson Classic.
Posted rounds of 72-74 (+6) to miss the Nelson cut by six strokes.
Claimed victory at the 2004 Idyllwild Invitational.
Advanced to the Sweet 16 of the 2003 Western Amateur.
Crowned champion of the 2003 Michigan Amateur.
Earned a spot in a 2003 Canadian Tour event, where he was paired with 13-year-old women's golf phenom Michelle Wie.
Advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2002 Western Amateur after posting scores of 69-70-71-71.
Tied for second at the 2002 Golf Association of Michigan Championship.
Named a 2001 Second-Team American Junior Golf Association All-American.
Competed in the 2001 Canon Cup.
Was rated ninth in the Golfweek/Sagarin Boys Rankings System when he signed to play for TCU.