One of three sophomore returnees for Ducks in 2012-13, and reconds second among active players with his 10 rounds at or under par (8 (-), 2 (E)). Staked three, top-three tourney placings in his first season for the Ducks and played all 10 of its first tournaments of the fall and spring slates. Was one of two freshmen that helped Oregon ranked top 15 nationally all season and was an entrant in five of the team's regular-season six tournament titles.
2011-12: In the fall, shined early as one of the nation’s top freshmen
with his 70.8 fall scoring average the first four tournaments, and helped the Ducks rank top three nationally in the
Golfstat rankings. Connected on under-par scores in six of his first nine
rounds for UO, including a season-best five-under 67 in the finale of his
collegiate debut, the St. Mary's Invitational (second, 74-68-67-209). A month
later in October, added a third-place effort in the Alister MacKenzie
Invitational (67-68-66-201) en route to a 12-under tourney score that ranked
fourth all-time for UO. In the spring, he tied his season low round with his
five-under 67 in the Amer Ari Invitational opener in early February. In March
action, he added another under-par and par round on the par-71 Bandon Trails
course en route to a third-place Bandon Dunes Championship finish and two-under
tourney score (third, 72-68-71-211). Twice led the team in a tourney’s final standings
in the St. Mary’s (second) and Bandon Dunes Championship (third), and three of
his low rounds for the team came in those two events. The other came in the
finale of the Alister MacKenzie event. Altogether sported a 73.5 scoring average among his 10 events and 27 rounds of stroke play.
2011-12: Assisted in UO's tie for first-place overall, shooting 12-under 201 (67-68-66), placing third personally at the The Alister MacKenzie Invitational ... Tied for 34th place shooting even-par (73-69-74) and helped bring UO to first place overall at The Prestige at PGA West ... Made collegiate debut at the St. Mary's Invitational, finishing in a team-best second place overall shooting 7-under 209 (74-68-67) assisting with the Ducks first-place finish.
at Brea Olinda High School for head coach Ken Lutz. In 2007, won the Boys
Division in the Hanmi Bank Junior Open. In 2010 finished first in the American
Junior Gold Association's TEE Up Junior Challenge.