An accomplished junior and amateur player, Drew Pigg had a strong fall season in 2004 ... Has played in 10 events for the Horned Frogs, posting a 74.60 average ... Has participated in two consecutive U.S. Amateurs.
2004-05 (Junior Year)
Had a career-best 72.73 stroke average over a career-high 15 rounds.
Posted his first career top-10 finish at The Ridges, carding an even-par 216.
Narrowly missed a top-20 landing with a 21st-place finish at the NCAA Preview.
Tied for 24th after a career-low three-round total of 211 (-2) at the Jerry Pate.
Had sub-70 rounds in six of his 15 rounds on the year and had a career-best 68 at the Waikoloa Intercollegiate.
2003-04 (Sophomore Year)
Played in two events as a sophomore, recording a 74.83 stroke average over six rounds of play.
Best result was a tie for 41st at The Ridges with a 54-hole score of 223 (+7).
2002-03 (Freshman Year)
Appeared in three tournaments for the Horned Frogs in his true freshman season.
Owned a scoring average of 77.56 on the year in his nine rounds.
Had his best score and finish at the Sooner Invitational as he tied for 44th place with a 54-hole 225 (+9).
Finished in a tie for 50th at The Ridges Intercollegiate in September, his first collegiate tournament.
High School Highlights
Was a four-year letterman at Plano West High School for head coach Rick Hardison.
Named most improved player in 2001 and team most valuable player in 2002.
Placed third at the 2001 Texas State Tournament and second place at Texas' 2002 Championships.
Competed in the U.S. Amateur for the second straight year in 2004.
Qualified for the 2003 U.S. Amateur and fired rounds of 74 and 75, but did not advance to match play.
Placed 35th at the 2004 Southwestern Amateur with a 72-hole sum of 295.
Was a finalist at the Cotton States Amateur in the summer of 2003.
Tied for eighth at the 2003 Southwest Amateur after scores of 70-67-68-70.
Was rated 33rd in the Golfweek/Sagarin Boys Rankings when he signed with the Horned Frogs.
Was a two-time American Junior Golf Association All-American.