2006-07 [Junior Season]
Corpening matched his career-high by competing in 11 tournaments during his junior campaign and notched a career-best 74.03 strokes average... claimed his first-ever collegiate tournament victory by firing a four-under 212 (72-70-70) at the Memphis Intercollegiate after draining a birdie in the event's final hole to record a one-stroke victory... became the 10th different Horned Frogs player in the past decade to earn a gold medal in a tournament event... tied for 30th overall with a 54-hole even-par score of 216 (73-71-72) at the Carpet Capital Collegiate... tied for 38th overall at the CordeValle Collegaite with a one-over tally of 217 (72-72-73)... guided the Purple and White to a pair of runner-up finishes in two of the team's first three events of the season at the Inverness Intercollegiate and Memphis Intercollegiate... notched a 73.67 strokes average during the Frogs' fall campaign... collected a season-best round score of 69 in the final round of the UH Hilo Intercollegiate - which was his second career sub-70 round... collected 10 even-par rounds during his junior campaign.
2005-06 [Sophomore Season]
The TCU sophomore appeared in 11 tournaments and notched a 74.07 strokes average over the course of 30 rounds during his second season... finished among the top-20 on three occasions - including a pair of top-10 showings... opened the season with a sixth-place finish at the Cleveland State Invitational with a 54-hole score of 217 (71-72-72)... tied for seventh overall at the National Invitational Tournament with a four-under score of 212 (71-70-71) - just one week after withdrawing from the Hall of Fame Invitational due to injury... recorded his second straight top-20 finish with a share of 17th-place at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate with a 54-hole score of 217 (74-72-71).... Had his top-20 string snapped by one stroke at the U.S. Collegiate Championships as he tied for 21st overall with a tournament tally of 222 (75-74-73)... posted the Frogs' lowest round of the season with a 68 in the final round of the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate en route to tying for 32nd overall with a tournament score of 215 (74-73-68)... notched nine rounds of 72 or better during his junior campaign with the Frogs.
2004-05 [Freshman Season]
Corpening appeared in six collegiate tournaments in his first campaign with the nationally-ranked Horned Frogs... notched a 76.00 strokes average over the course of 18 rounds of action... garnered a top-20 finish in his collegiate debut at The Ridges Intercollegiate where he posted a 54-hole score of 218 (71-75-71)... earned a spot on the Purple and White's traveling squad that competed at the prestigious Ping/Golfweek NCAA Preview where he tied for 50th overall with a score of 224 (74-73-77)... fired a season-best score of 70 in the second round of the Waikiloa Intercollegiate - which was his second straight under-par round in the event.
The local standout advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2007 North & South Amateur Match Play at Pinehurst... finished with a share of 30th-place at the 2006 Scratch Players' Championships... competed in the 2006 Southern Amateur... qualified for the 2005 U.S. Amateur at the Merion Golf Club where he notched a two-round score of 152 in stroke play... tied for 35th overall at the 2005 Southern Amateur after a 72-hole score of 290... won the 2004 Collegiate Players Tour (CPT) National Championships by a 54-hole score of 211 (71-69-71)... placed 10th overall at the 2004 CPT at San Antonio after firing a score of 68 over the final 18 holes of competition... collected a 12th-place showing at the 2004 CPT at Willowbrook... garnered gold medal honors at the 2003 Fort Worth City Junior Boys' Championships with a four-round score of 274... finished fifth overall at the 2003 Fort Worth Men's City Tournament with a 54-holes score of 208 (66-69-73)... participated in the 2002 U.S. Junior Amateur after earning medalist honors at the local qualifier.
Corpening was a four-year standout who finished his prep career for Trampas Wilson at Fort Worth's R.L. Paschal High School... cited as a two-time UIL District 5-A champion after winning the event during the 2002 and 2003 seasons... earned All-District 5-A accolades following his sophomore and junior campaigns... earned TAAPS 3A State Champion laurels as a freshman at Southwest Christian School in Fort Worth during the 2001 season... collected the tournament crown at the regional championships during his freshman season... placed first at the 2003 Bart Granger Memorial after firing a two-round score of 111 (66-65)... captured eight high school tournament titles during his career.
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Corpening is the son of Joe and Dede Corpening.