Cardinals one stroke behind Notre Dame
Chris Malec and Justin Dorward finish first and second overall
Cardinals hold 21 stroke lead
Walz ties for fith
Malec tied for fourth
2011-12: Made three starts in the fall... averaged 73.6 strokes per round... tied for 20th at the Cardinal Intercollegiate while competing as an individual... tied for 15th at the Bank of Tennessee @ Blackthorn Club after shooting a 220... tied for 40th at the ODU/Outerbanks Intercollegiate.
2010-11: Appeared in nine events, playing in 27 rounds and finishing with two rounds in the 60s... recorded a 74.8 stroke average... qualified for the U.S. Amateur... finished tied for 15th at the Cardinal Collegiate, ending the two-day tournament at 1-over par... shot 1-under par during the Old Dominion/Outerbanks Intercollegiate, which was good for a 17th place tie... top spring showing was at the BIG EAST Championship where he finished tied for 16th... lowest spring round came at the Irish Creek Collegiate with a second-round score of 70.
2009-10: Member of the first-team All-BIG EAST Team... appeared in all nine events as a sophomore, playing 24 total rounds, including one round with a 4-under par 68 during the Michigan Intercollegiate... recorded a 73.8 stroke average, good for second on the team... tied for ninth at the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate... opened the season by finishing tied for 10th at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate... ended the Michigan Intercollegiate in a tie for 11th with rounds of 75-70-68=213 (-3)... placed in a tie for 12th at the BIG EAST Championship.
2008-09: Appeared in four events as a true freshman, ... averaged 75.36 strokes over 11 rounds... recorded his best finish at 24th, playing as an individual at the Cardinal Collegiate by shooting a season-low 217... also had a low round of 69... tied for 39th with 221 at the Louisiana Tech/Squire Creek Classic... finished tied for 79th at the Rio Pinar Invitational by carding 229.
Before Louisville: Four-time Most Valuable Player at King High School... two-time team captain... recorded the lowest stroke average in the district during his junior and senior seasons... named first team All-County from his sophomore to senior seasons by The Tampa Tribune... shot a 68 to earn a district championship as a junior... posted three top 12 AJGA finishes with the best showing a tie for eighth at The Golf Pride Junior Classic.
Personal: Son of Chris and Lisa Montelione... born 11/11/89... recipient of University of Louisville's National Scholar Program Academic Scholarship.