TCU Career Highlights
Has participated in 28 tournaments over his TCU career.
Owns a 75.25 stroke average through 81 rounds of play.
Has three top-20 finishes to his credit.
2003-04 (Senior Year)
Has played in a career-high eight tournaments for the Horned Frogs, all in the spring semester.
Owns a 74.71 stroke average over 24 rounds.
Has a career-best two top-20 finishes on the season.
Tied for 15th at the Conference USA Championship, his best-ever placement, after a six-over score of 221.
Helped the Horned Frogs record their fourth consecutive conference title.
Tied for 19th at the Hall of Fame Invitational after a 54-hole sum of 217 (+1).
Matched his career-best round with a 67 to begin the event.
Fired a round of 69 at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate and ended up in a tie for 26th with a three-round 218 (+2).
Tied for 84th at the NCAA Central Regional, helping the Horned Frogs earn their 10th NCAA Championships appearance in the past 14 years.
Had impressive rounds of 75 and 77 to close the regional.
2002-03 (Junior Year)
Played in seven tournaments, registering a 75.06 scoring average in 18 rounds.
Had his spring season cut short due to a lower back injury.
Owned TCU's best win-loss record at the Collegiate Match Play, as he went 3-1 playing in the No. 3 spot.
Helped the Horned Frogs place fourth at the 16-team event.
Notched his best finish of the season at The Prestige at PGA West when he finished tied for 25th with a five-over 221.
Tied for 26th at the Waikoloa Intercollegiate when he posted an even-par score of 214, his best 54-hole figure as a college golfer.
Established a career-low round of 67 in the second round of the Waikoloa.
Participated in both of the Horned Frogs' victories in the fall semester, helping TCU win the Sooner Invitational and The Prestige at PGA West.
2001-02 (Sophomore Year)
Appeared in five tournaments during his sophomore season and carried a 74.53 scoring average.
Carded a five-over-par 221 at the U.S. Collegiate to place among the field's top 20 for the first time collegiately.
Fired a final-round 69 to propel himself onto the leaderboard in that event.
Tied for 51st individually at The Ridges Intercollegiate as TCU won the team title for the second consecutive year.
Recorded a three-under 69 in round two, his first of three sub-70 rounds on the year.
Placed in a tie for 37th, his second-best showing of the campaign, at the Gary Koch/Cleveland Golf Intercollegiate with a seven-over 223.
Shot par-or-better rounds six times during the year.
2000-01 (Freshman Year)
Played in six tournaments as a redshirt freshman, netting a 75.94 average.
Dropped his per-round stroke average nearly two full points from the previous year.
Earned a spot on the Western Athletic Conference Championships roster after winning a four-day qualifying event.
Helped TCU claim the 2001 WAC title as he finished with a share of 24th place at the conference tournament.
Shot a three-round 233 at the event as he achieved his highest finish of the year.
Made his first-ever NCAA Regional appearance, tying for 120th overall.
Grabbed his second-best placing of the campaign when he tied for 27th at the U.S. Collegiate with a 54-hole total of 222 (+6).
Previously snagged a tie for 32nd at the Waikoloa Intercollegiate with a 230.
1999-00 (Redshirt Year)
Awarded a medical redshirt by the NCAA after suffering a wrist injury early in the fall season.
Played in two events prior to being declared unable to participate.
Placed in a tie for 47th with a 228 at The Ridges Intercollegiate, his first college tournament experience.
Shot a 238 at the William H. Tucker, which proved to be his last event of the year.
Spent the remainder of the season rehabilitating his injury.
High School Highlights
Was a four-year letterwinner at Stevenson High School in Livonia, Mich.
Was well-honored as a high school golfer, grabbing team MVP laurels each year.
Tabbed as an all-state golfer each of his final two prep seasons and was named Mr. Golf for the state of Michigan his senior year.
Tied for sixth at the 2003 Michigan Open with a two-over score.
Placed 14th at the 2003 Western Amateur.
Took second place at the 2002 Michigan Open after recording a 276 (72-72-66-66).
Qualified for the 2002 U.S. Amateur for the second straight year but missed the cut for the match play portion of the event after shooting rounds of 73-74 in stroke play.
Played in the 2001 U.S. Amateur stroke play event after tying for first at the West Bloomfield, Mich., qualifying site.
Had a two-day score of 151 to tie for 190th among the top 312 amateurs.
Crowned as the 2000 Northern Amateur champion.
Recorded a scoring average of 73.39 in 10 stroke play events and had five top-10 finishes in 1999.
Achieved his best finish of the year in the IZZO Junior Classic when he took fourth.
Finished fifth in the Western Junior and placed second in the stroke-play portion of the 1998 U.S. Junior Amateur.
Was named Junior Amateur Player of the Year by the Golf Association of Michigan, coinciding with his junior and senior years of high school.