: Finished in a tie for 23rd while playing as an individual at The Duck Invitational, shooting 2-over 218 (71-74-73) ... Played as an individual at the Bandon Dunes Championship, shooting 16-over 232 (72-79-81) and tying for 48th overall ... Opened the spring season with a 1-under 215 (72-72-71) at the Amer Ari Invitational, tying for 38th overall and placing third among his teammates ... Fall 2010: Played in three tournaments, highlighted by a tie for 11th as UO’s top man at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational, shooting a collegiate-low 65 en route to a 7-under 206 (65-72-69).
: Oregon’s No. 5 golfer at the USC Invitational had a solid showing, tying for 43rd at 5-over (74-72-72-218) ... Tied for 67th at 14-over (78-75-77-230) at the Mauna Lani Ivitational ... Fall 2009: Ranked sixth on the team with a 71.9 scoring average ... Opened season by tying for 24th at the Giustina Memorial Classic (73-75-74-222) ... Tied for 26th at the Del Walker Intercollegiate (71-68-72-211) ... Tied for 27th at the Pacific Invitational (71-70-73-214).
: Played in four tournaments, including a tie for 12th at the Oregon Duck Invitational (71-74-75-220) ... Also played in the Hilo Intercollegiate (t-50th) ... In the fall, competed as an individual in the Husky Invitational, finishing 66th ... Showed marked improvement in the Pacific Invitational, where he finished in a tie for 18th, second-best on the team, (70-75-72-217) ... Great summer showing at the 2009 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship, where he advanced to the round of 16 before bowing out.
: Played in all 14 tournaments ... Fifth on the team with a 74.5 stroke average ... Struggled a bit in the spring after a strong fall ... Best showings of the new year were a tie 22nd at the Hilo Invitational (67-72-70-209) and a tie for 32nd at the Pac-10 championships (74-73-74-73-294) ... Was the third-highest Oregon finisher at the NCAA Championships ... Three top-15 finishes in the fall ... Started his Oregon career off with a bang, finishing in 7th in his first tournament, the OSU Giustina Memorial Classic (67-75-69-211) ... Less than a month later, finished in a tie for 12th at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational (69-66-72-207) ... Wrapped up the fall with a tie for ninth at the Pacific Invitational (69-67-70-206) ... During the summer, qualified for the 2008 U.S. Amateur Public Links championship.
: Was a four-time Big Island Interscholastic Federation league champion, and the 2007 Hawaii state Champion for coach Ross Birch ... Personal:
Born Sean Choken Maekawa on June 13, 1989, in Hilo, Hawaii. Parents Schoen and Monica Maekawa. Has one older sister, Elise Pak. Major is political science.