Has appeared in 50 collegiate tournaments, including 19 at TCU.
Owns an impressive 72.69 career scoring average over 146 rounds.
Was an Honorable Mention All-American in 2002 and is a candidate for All-America honors in 2004.
Was a first-team All-Conference USA pick in 2003 and 2004 after claiming All-Big 12 honors in 2002.
Named the 2004 Conference USA Golfer of the Year and the 2003-04 TCU Co-Male Athlete of the Year.
Owns four individual tournament victories.
Has placed among the top 10 in 15 career events and has 13 finishes between 11th and 20th place.
2003-04 (Senior Year)
Has appeared in all 12 tournaments for TCU this season and owns a team-best and career-best 71.81 scoring average.
Named the Conference USA Golfer of the Year and first-team all-conference.
Honored as TCU's Co-Male Athlete of the Year for the 2003-04 school year.
Is rated 24th in the nation according to the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings.
Was the individual medalist at the 2004 Conference USA Championship, dominating the field en route to a nine-stroke win.
Helped the Horned Frogs claim their fourth consecutive league title.
His three-round score of 206 (-10) was just one off the C-USA Championship record established by former TCU golfer Bret Guetz in 2002.
Was named Golf World's National Men's College Golfer of the Week after his C-USA triumph and was the April Conference USA Golfer of the Month.
Placed among the top 15 in six straight events in the spring.
Helped TCU reach its 13th NCAA Championships, placing tied for 51st at the NCAA Central Regional after a team-best final round of 73.
For the year had six top-10 landings and three more in the top 20.
Led the team with 12 sub-70 rounds and had a season-best 67 in round one of the Cleveland Golf Classic.
Had under-par final scores of at the Gary Koch Intercollegiate (-7), The Prestige at PGA West (-4), Morris Williams Intercollegiate (-3), Hall of Fame Invitational (-5) and C-USA Championship (-10).
Has been the top TCU finisher at six of the 12 tournaments on the year.
2002-03 (Junior Year)
Played in five tournaments for Baylor prior to transferring to TCU in time for the 2003 spring season.
Had one top-10 and four top-20 finishes in his five outings with the Bears.
Secured one individual victory and had one top-10 and two top-20 finishes in seven events with the Horned Frogs.
Was named to the 2003 All-Conference USA first team.
Owned a 71.57 scoring average with the Horned Frogs and had five sub-70 rounds.
Was rated 78th in the Golfweek individual rankings system.
Started his Horned Frog career in style, winning the Waikoloa Intercollegiate by four strokes for his third career victory.
Claimed the event with a remarkable 12-under score of 202, thanks to consecutive rounds of 67-68-67.
Became the second player, joining David Schultz, to win an event in his first TCU appearance.
Was the runner up at the Conference USA Championship, finishing with a one-under-par score of 212.
Helped the Horned Frogs to their second straight C-USA team title.
Placed 19th at the National Invitational Tournament with a five-over score of 221.
Tied for 42nd at the Toyota/Las Vegas Collegiate and tied for 48th at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate.
Led TCU by tying for 43rd place at the NCAA Central Regional with a 219 (+3).
2001-02 (Sophomore Year)
Was named an Honorable Mention All-American and was an All-Big 12 performer.
Played in all 13 events for the Bears, which included Baylor's first-ever appearance in the NCAA Championships, where he placed in a tie for 27th.
Led the Bears in stroke average with a 71.84 over 38 rounds.
Recorded five top-10 finishes and three top-20 finishes.
Had nine sub-70 rounds on the season.
Won back-to-back tournaments, the last fall tourney of 2001 and the first spring tourney of 2002.
Tied for first at the Henry Griffits Classic with a 10-under score of 202 for his first collegiate victory.
Shared first place at the Rice Invitational after carding a three-under-par 213.
Took fourth place at the Border Olympics with a seven-under 209.
Recorded his lowest round of the year, a 65, at the Big 12 Championships where he finished tied for 15th place with a three-round score of 218.
2000-01 (Freshman Year)
Was the only freshman, and one of only two team members, to play in all 13 tournaments on the season.
Registered a 75.22 stroke average over 36 rounds of play.
Netted one top-10 and one top-20 finish on the season.
Finished fifth at the Udamon SW Classic after posting a 217 (71-74-72), which led the team to a tournament victory.
Tied for 18th place at the Belmont Invitational with a score of 219 (+6).
High School Highlights
Was a three-year letterman at Waco Covenant Academy.
Was a three-time individual state champion (1998, 1999, 2000) at TAPPS Division IIA.
Garnered fifth place at the 2003 Southern Amateur.
Snagged 10th place at the 2003 Monroe Invitational Championship after also taking 10th at "The MIC" in 2002.
Finished first in his 2002 U.S. Amateur qualifier (65-64=129).
Shot 78-69 at U.S. Amateur in August of 2002 but did not qualify for the match play portion of the tournament.
Managed a top-10 finish at the 2002 Southern Amateur, placing seventh after shooting 69-74-72-69 (284).
Placed first at the Baylor Invitational with an impressive 54-hole score of 200 (69-64-67).