After earning co-medalist honors at the 2005 Conference USA Championships as a sophomore, Drew Stoltz continued his strong spring play in 2006 ... Tied for sixth place at the 2006 Mountain West Conference Championships and shared the team's best finish at the NCAA Central Regional ... Named to the PING South Central All-District Team in 2005 ... Has appeared in 20 events in three seasons and owns a 74.64 scoring average.
2005-06 (Junior Year)
Saw action in a career-high 10 tournaments on the year and carried a 74.97 scoring average.
Was an Academic All-Mountain West Conference honoree.
Had a pair of top-20 finishes during the spring season, highlighted by a share of sixth place at the Mountain West Conference Championships.
Posted rounds of 71-70-77 for a 2-over sum of 218 at the MWC Championships for his second straight top-10 at a league tournament (T-1st at 2005 Conference USA Championships).
Tied for 30th place to tie Tom Miles for the best finish at the NCAA Central Regional (220, +7).
Turned in the Horned Frogs' top performance at the regional for the second straight season.
Owned a 73.00 stroke average over his final two tournaments.
Matched a career-best effort with a 69 to open the National Invitational Tournament, and finished tied for 16th at the event with a season-best three-round total of 215 (-1).
2004-05 (Sophomore Year)
Snared co-medalist honors at the 2005 Conference USA Championships and grabbed all-tournament accolades.
Named to the PING South Central All-Region squad.
Rated 84th nationally according to Golfweek/Sagarin rankings.
Earned C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll academic accolades.
Posted a 72.76 average over six events, covering 17 rounds.
Tallied a career-best 54-hole score of 209 (-7) to tie teammate Colby Beckstrom for the individual crown at the C-USA tourney.
Shot under par in all three rounds, including a career-low 69 in the second round, and made a birdie on the final hole of the tournament to earn a share of the title.
Earned the first top-20 finish of his career by tying for 19th at the National Invitational Tournament.
Was the team's top finisher at the NCAA Central Regional, tying for 36th place.
Shot above 73 in just one of his last 11 rounds on the year.
2003-04 (Freshman Year)
Made his TCU debut, appearing in four tournaments on the season and carrying a 76.50 average over 12 rounds.
Had his best finish of the year at The Prestige at PGA West, placing tied for 45th.
Three-round 224 in his debut outing was best score of the year.
Fired a 70 to close the Morris Williams Intercollegiate.
Helped the Frogs to second-place team finishes in three of his four tournaments.
2002-03 (Redshirt Year)
Sat out the season as a redshirt.
High School Highlights
Was the 2001 Colorado High School State Champion and the 2000 runner up.
Was a four-time first-team all-conference and two-time all-state selection.
Earned Colorado Player of the Year honors in 2001.
Broke Hale Irwin's all-time state scoring record with a 10-under score at the 2001 state tourney.
Placed 11th among 90 participants at the 2005 Pacific Coast Amateur with a score of 290.
Competed at the 2005 Colorado Open, a professional event, and grabbed 19th place with a 5-under 283.
Earned a spot on the 2005 Colorado Cup team.
Won the 2004 Colorado State Amateur.
Finished 32nd at the 2004 Colorado Open with a four-round score of 290, and had the fourth-best score among all amateurs.
Landed in 40th position at the 2003 Southern Amateur with a 72-hole 293.
Placed sixth at the 2002 AJGA Colorado Junior Roundup.
Took third place at the 2002 Colorado Boys Stroke Play.
Full name is Drew Stephen Stoltz.
Is the son of Susan and Steve Stoltz.
Born July 15, 1984.
Is a finance major.