James Sacheck
James Sacheck

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
The Woodlands, Texas

High School:
Zionsville High School

Height:
6-0


Season
Tourns.
Rounds
Strokes
Avg.
Low 18
Low 54
Sub-70
Wins
2nd-10th
11th-20th
Best Finish

2007-08

13

38

2,813

74.03

70

210

0

0

5

1

T-5th

2006-07

1

3

224

74.67

73

224

0

0

0

0

T-68th

2005-06

2

6

444

74.00

72

222

0

0

0

0

T-26th

2004-05

6

17

1,266

74.47

68

213

3

0

1

0

4th

Totals

22

64

4,747

74.17

68

210

3

0

6

1

4th

2007-08 | Junior Season
Sacheck recorded a banner season during his junior campaign as the Zionsville, Ind., talent advanced to the NCAA Division I Men's Golf National Championships for the first time in his career... tied for ninth overall at the NCAA Central Regional Championships at The Scarlet Course on the campus of The Ohio State University with a score of 220 (74-76-70) - including a tournament-best 70 on the final day of action... advanced to the NCAA National Championships after defeating Charles Ford of the University of Tennessee on the second playoff hole en route to earning the second individual berth... became the second TCU individual golfer to ever earn a berth at the NCAA National Championships - joining Chad Magee in 1990... competed in a career-high 13 tournaments - logging 38 total rounds... notched a 74.03 strokes average during his junior campaign... recorded a 73.66 strokes average in tournaments that the Frogs competed in - which was the best on the Purple and White during the 2007-08 campaign... recorded a fifth-place showing at the Mountain West Conference Championships where he finished with a 54-hole tally of 213 (72-70-71)... tied for seventh overall at the National Invitational Tournament with a three-round score of 213 (70-71-72) en route to leading the Frogs' to their second tournament title of the season... tied for eighth overall at The Prestige at PGA West with a two-under-par score of 214 (72-70-72)... tied for ninth overall at The MacDonald Cup hosted by Yale University with a two-round score of 146 (72-74) en route to guiding the Frogs to their first tournament title of the season... notched his best score of the season at the UH Hilo Invitational with a 54-hole tally of 210 (70-70-70) - which set a new career-best for the TCU junior... recorded a team-best 13 rounds of par or better during the 2007-08 campaign - including a team-high seven rounds of 70... recorded a team-best six showings in the top-20 of tournament action.

2006-07 | Red-Shirt Season
During his sophomore campaign - Sacheck competed in one tournament for the Frogs where he notched a 68th-place showing at the CordeValle Collegiate with a three-round score of 224 (73-73-78)... finished the season with a 74.67 strokes average over the course of three rounds.

2005-06 | Sophomore Season
Sacheck competed in a pair of tournaments during the fall season before sitting out the remainder of the season due to an injury... posted a career-best strokes average of 74.00 over the course of six round - including a trio of rounds of 72... tied for 26th overall at the Ridges Intercollegiate after notching a score of 222 (72-78-72) over the course of 54 holes... tallied a score of 222 (75-75-72) at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate to finish tied for 53rd overall.

2004-05 | Freshman Season
In his first season with the Horned Frogs, Sacheck competed in six tournaments where he finished with a recorded a scoring average of 74.47 to go along with six par-or-better rounds - including below-70 rounds on three occasions... named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll for academic achievements... recorded a fourth-place showing at the Conference USA Championships to land on the all-tournament team... notched a pair of rounds of 69 at the Conference USA Tournament to finish with a career-best three-under-par score of 213 (69-75-69)... placed among the top-35 in all, but one event that he competed in during his first campaign with the Frogs... notched a career-low round of 68 to close out the National Invitational Tournament en route to helping the Purple and White secure their first team title of the season.

Amateur Highlights
Sacheck participated at the 2005 U.S. Amateur at Merion Golf Club as well as the 2006 U.S. Amateur at Hazeltine... garnered third team Polo Golf American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) All-American accolades during the 2003 season... ranked seventh in the Golf Digest's 2003 Boys' Player of the Year rankings... ranked 46th overall in the 2003 Golfweek/Sagarin boy's final rankings... owned a ranking of 32nd overall in the National Junior Golf Scoreboard... named to the 2002-03 second team All-Future Collegians World Tour Team... competed in the West Amateur on three occasions in 2004, 2005 and 2006... tied for 29th overall at the 2007 Southwestern Amateur... earned runner-up laurels at the 2005 Indiana Amateur with a four-round tally of 284... tied for 20th overall at the 2005 Southwest Amateur after posting a 72-hole score of 282... reached the semifinals of the 2003 U.S. Junior Amateur Championships... burst onto the national scene with a runner-up finish among 157 competitors at the 2001 Indiana State Men's Amateur at the age of 15... finished second at the 2003 National PGA Junior Championships... recorded a ninth-place showing at the USGA Junior Championships... collected a pair of top-five finishes at the National PGA Junior Championships.

Zionsville High School
The Zionsville High School standout was a medalist at the 2004 Indiana State Tournament where he finished with a four-under-par score of 140 (68-72) en route to earning fifth-place laurels... finished among the top-20 at the Indiana State Tournaments in three consecutive seasons... earned gold medal honors at the regional championship in 2003 and section tournament during the 2002 campaign... led the Eagles to the 2002 and 2004 Indiana State Championship - including a silver medal during the 2001 season... earned four letters on the golf team during his tenure at the Zionsville High School.

Off the Links
Sacheck is the son of Tim and Sandy Sacheck... born on May 28, 1986... has two brothers - Tad and Ryne... brother - Tad - played collegiate golf at Indiana University... majoring in sociology.


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