A 2003 Honorable Mention All-American and three-time first-team All-Conference USA player, David Schultz has been TCU standout since transferring prior to his sophomore year ... Named to the 10-member Conference USA All-Decade Team following the 2005 season ... Claimed PING South Central All-District honors in 2003, 2004 and 2005 ... Earned spots on the Conference USA All-Tournament team his junior and senior years ... Had a pair of individual tournament championships to his credit, winning the 2002 Ridges Intercollegiate and the 2003 ASU Thunderbird Invitational ... Honored by Golf Digest as the National Men's College Golfer of the Week in April of 2003 ... Competed in 49 collegiate tournaments, including 36 for TCU ... Owned a career scoring average of 73.04 over 139 rounds of play ... Has a cousin, Brad Fritsch, who is currently playing on the Canadian Tour.
2004-05 (Senior Year)
Named first-team All-Conference USA for the third consecutive season and landed a spot on the C-USA All-Decade Team.
Earned South Central All-District honors for the third straight year.
Earned academic accolades on the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Finished the campaign with a 72.51 stroke average.
Recorded two top-10 finishes and placed in the top-20 three other times.
Led the Horned Frogs in sub-70 rounds (9).
Was TCU's top finisher in three events.
Tied for second place at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate with a three-round score of 205 (-8).
Had three rounds in the 60s in that event, posting cards of 69-67-69.
Placed third at the Conference USA Championships in helping TCU to its school-record fifth straight league title.
Scored a 212 (-4) at the league tournament to place in the event's top five for the second straight year.
Had a career-best round of 64 in the TCU-Notre Dame dual match in April.
2003-04 (Junior Year)
Competed in 12 events on the season, carrying a scoring average of 73.06.
Was named to the Conference USA First Team for the second consecutive season.
Ranked 72nd in the nation according to the Golfweek/Sagarin ratings system.
Secured three top-10 and one more top-20 finish on the year.
Tied for third among 26 All-American selections at the 2003 All-America Classic with a 206 (67-69-70).
Placed tied for fourth for the team champs at the C-USA Championship with a three-round 218 (73-72-73).
Placed 26th at the NCAA Central Regional with a 54-hole 225 (+9).
Participated in the NCAA Championships for the lone time in his career and was 55th individually for the Frogs, who tied for 20th.
Opened the season with a tie for ninth at The Ridges Intercollegiate.
Withdrew from the final round of the Carpet Capital Collegiate and missed the remainder of the fall season due to a back injury.
2002-03 (Sophomore Year)
Posted a career-best scoring average of 72.03, playing in all but one tournament on the year.
Earned Honorable Mention All-America accolades in 2003, becoming just the third sophomore to earn All-America distinction in TCU history.
Recorded a pair of top-20 finishes, two top-10 finishes and two tournament victories in his first season with the Frogs.
Was TCU's top finisher in four events, which tied for the most on the squad.
Named to Conference USA's First Team.
Was the nation's 47th-rated golfer according to the Golfweek/Sagarin ratings system.
Logged seven sub-70 scores on the year, the second-most on the team.
Started his TCU career in fine fashion, tying for first place at The Ridges Intercollegiate with a 1-under score of 215.
Followed his medalist honors by taking sixth at the Sooner Invitational 209 (-9).
Tied for 12th at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate with a 140 (-2) in the rain-shortened event.
Grabbed a share of sixth place at The Prestige at PGA West with a 2-under 214.
Took 18th at the National Invitational Tournament after carding a 220 (+4), which included a round of 68.
Had a 1-3 record playing in the No. 2 position in the Collegiate Match Play event.
Tied for 25th at the prestigious NCAA Preview with a 10-over score of 225.
Claimed an outright tournament title at the ASU Thunderbird with a remarkable 15-under score of 201.
Finished just one stroke shy of the tournament and school record of 200 set by former Frog Bret Guetz in 2001.
Was Golf Digest's National Golfer of the Week for April 7-13.
Tied for 21st at the Conference USA Championships, helping the Horned Frogs to their third consecutive league crown.
2001-02 (Freshman Year)
Competed in all 13 tournaments as a true freshman at Colorado State.
Had a 74.38 scoring average in 37 rounds.
Owned one top-10 and two additional top-20 finishes.
Had his best finish of the campaign when he tied for fourth at The Nelson with a 4-under-par score of 209.
Finished with a share of 18th place at the UNM Invitational, just his second career collegiate event.
Recorded his second straight 18th-place finish at the Fresno Lexus Classic with a 54-hole score of 220 (+4).
Tied for 26th at the Mountain West Conference Championships.
High School Highlights
Earned five letters in high school golf, two under Don Johnson at Fargo Shanley and three under Steve Kennedy at Fargo South.
Helped Shanley claim the state title as a freshman alongside former TCU star Andy Doeden.
Helped Fargo South win three straight North Dakota state championships from sophomore through senior year.
Won the individual state championship as a sophomore.
Named all-conference and all-state each of his final three seasons.
Was an all-state quarterback in football and threw 30 touchdown passes in three years.
Was an all-conference defensive player on the hockey team senior year.
Tied for second place at the 2004 Players Amateur after firing a round of 64 to close the event with a four-round 279 (-7).
Had a strong showing at the 2004 Pine-to-Palm, placing first in stroke play and finishing as the runner up in match play.
Passed the first stage of the 2004 U.S. Open qualifying in the spring, and ultimately missed making the Open by just two shots to PGA Tour legend Tom Kite.
Fired a round of 66 in the open qualifying for the 2004 EDS Byron Nelson Classic, missing the mark by just two strokes.
Qualified for a 2003 Canadian Tour event and missed the cut by just one shot after a two-under 69 in the second round.
Was a three-time KX Amateur champion (1999, 2003, 2004).
Finished first at the 2002 NDGA Stroke Play Tournament.
Also was victorious at the 2002 North Dakota Golf Association Match Play.
Won the 2001 and 2002 Birchmont.
Crowned champion of the 2002 Pine-to-Palm Tournament.