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TRACK & FIELD
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: Tied for 57th at The Duck Invitational as an individual with a 13-over 229 (76-77-76) ... Opened the spring season with an 11-over 227 (78-74-75) at the Amer Ari Invitational, tying for 96th ... Fall 2010: Played in three events ... Best performance came at the Allister MacKenzie Invitational, where he shot 4-over 217.
2009-10 : Tied for 51st at the NCAA Championships with a 2-over 218 (71-75-72) ... Best performance as a Duck came at the NCAA Southwest Regional, where he tied for third and fired the low round of the tournament (67) on his way to a 1-under 215 ((75-73-67) as UO took home the team title ... Fourth among the Ducks, tied for 31st overall at the Pac-10 Championships after a 1-over 285 (74-70-67-74) ... Tied for fifth on the squad but was 14th (tie) overall at the Western Intercollegiate to help UO to the team title with a 3-over 213 (72-70-71) ... Fifth on the Ducks and tied for 51st overall at the U.S. Intercollegiate with a 10-over 220 (75-71-74) ... Charged up the leaderboard with a closing round of 67 at the USC Invitational, which included seven birdies, to finish tied for 25th at 1-over (73-74-67-214) ... Finished fourth among his teammates, but tied for 19th overall at 3-over (74-71-74-219) at the Mauna Lani Invitational ... Fall 2009: Ranked fifth on the team with a 71.1 stroke average ... Tied for eighth at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational (68-69-137) ... Opened season with an 18th-place finish at the Giustina Memorial Classic (70-74-74-218) ... Tied for 38th at the Del Walker Intercollegiate (72-71-71-214).
2008-09 : All-Pac-10 honorable mention selection has played in back-to-back NCAA Championships. Oregon's most experienced player tied for fourth on the team with a 73.6 scoring average. Played in 12 tournaments and was Oregon’s top golfer at the Pacific Invitational. Six top-25 finishes and three top-10 showings. After an average spring regular season, where he posted only one top-20 finish (Braveheart Classic, 71-74-77-222), came on strong during the championship season by tying for ninth at the Pac-10 Championships (74-71-70-73-288) and tying for 10th at the NCAA West Regional (72-67-71-210) as Oregon finished second in both tournaments. Matched his career low, 67, in the second round of the NCAA West Regional to help Oregon advance to the NCAA Championships for the second straight year. Was the Ducks' No. 4 player at the NCAA Championships where he tied for 113th. Competed in all four tournaments for the Ducks in fall play. Had three top-25 finishes. Closed out the season with his strongest performance at the Pacific Invitational, finishing ninth overall and first on the team (70-69-75-214). Capped 2009 summer schedule by winning the PNGA Amateur Public Links title in August. Also advanced to the semifinals of the Oregon Amateur.
2007-08 : Oregon product ranked fourth on the team with a 74.2 scoring average. Played in 12 tournaments. Showed promise in fall play after a slow start, finishing in a tie for 13th in the Big Ten/Pac-10 Challenge (74-74-76-224). Also competed in the Alister MacKenzie Invitational, tying for the 32nd position (67-73-72-212). Struggled early in the spring, but really came on during the championship season. Tied for 27th at the Pac-10 tournament (67-73-79-74-293). Terrific performance at the NCAA West Regional where he tied for 11th at even par 216 (71-76-69). Finished fourth on the team at the NCAA Championships (83-76-82-241). Qualified for the 2008 U.S. Amateur where he advanced to match play.
Before Oregon : Was an all-league and Oregon all-state player for each of his four seasons at Tualitin High School under coach Bob Marling ... Personal: Born Isaiah Kaimana Telles on August 25, 1989, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Parents are John and Michele Telles. Has one brother, Josiah, and two sister, Leisha-mae and Seshia-Lei. Major is undeclared.