Posted a 73.11 stroke average in the fall... posted a pair of two top 10 finishes... placed fourth at the Fall Beach Classic by shooting 69-71-77=217... shot 214 (73-72-69) to rank in a tie for sixth at the Cardinal Intercollegiate.
Finished with a 75.01 stroke average in 13 events... posted one top 10 finish and four top 20 finishes... placed 11th at the Conference USA championships... tied for fourth at the Mean Green Invitational with 71-70-74=215... was 17th at the General Jim Hackler Invite... fired 226 to place in a tie for 30th at the Cardinal Intercollegiate.
Became the first Louisville golfer to qualify for the NCAA Tournament... named to the Midwest Ping All-Region team... set the school record for stroke average in a season at 72.5... posted six top 10 finishes... earned second team All-Conference USA accolades... finished eighth at the C-USA championship... placed second at the Johnny Owens Invitational... wrapped up the fall season ranked No. 19 nationally with a 70.9 stroke average, nearly three strokes under the U of L single season record established by Grant Sturgeon during the 2001-02 season ... logged four top seven finishes, including a pair of top three finishes, in five events ... fired a one-under 215 to finish tied for seventh at the season-opening Mid Pines Intercollegiate ... carded a three-under 213 to finish tied for seventh at the U of L Cardinal Intercollegiate -- the 213 tied his own performance in the 2001-02 Mid Pines Intercollegiate for the 10th-best 54-hole score ever by a Cardinal golfer ... used a final-round 68 to card an even par 214 and a tie for third place at the Adams Cup of Newport ... topped an opening-round 71 with consecutive 67s to card an 11-under 205 and lock up a second-place finish at the Baylor Invitational in the final event of the fall season -- the 205 bested the school record for a 54-hole score by five shots.
Competed in all 12 events and ranked second on the squad with a 73.76 average, finishing only four shots off of Grant Sturgeon's record-setting pace while notching the third-best single season average ever by a Cardinal golfer ... logged three top 10 and three top 20 finishes ... teamed with Mark Anderson and Charlie Woo to form one of the top freshman classes in the nation -- the trio ranked fifth nationally according to the Golfstat Freshman Class Impact Rankings ... fired a 67 in first collegiate round to notch a three-under 213 at the Mid-Pines Intercollegiate in his collegiate debut ... followed that with a four-under 212 to tie for fifth-place and help lead the Cards to the title at the Earl Yestingmeier Invitational -- his second-round 66 was a team season-best and marked only the third time in school history a golfer had carded a 66 or better -- the 212 also marked the eighth-best 54-hole score in school history ... tied for seventh place at the Mississippi Gulf Coast Classic in the first event of the spring season ... finished tied for 16th at the Emerald Coast Collegiate, tied for 21st at the Johnny Owens Invitational and tied for 18th at the Marshall Invitational to round out the regular season ... fired a one-under 215 to finish tied for seventh place at the Conference USA Championships and lock up the league's Freshman of the Year award.
Tilghman High School:
Lettered in golf at Paducah's Tilghman High School for coach Nancy Ragland and helped lead his team to a state championship ... earned all-state honors in 1997 and was Mr. Golf in 2001 for the state of Kentucky ... also lettered in basketball where he earned all-state accolades in 1998 and 2001 and McDonald's All-American honors in 2001.
Son of Robert and Jennifer Jones ... born April 12, 1982... majoring in sports administration.