Junior is tied for 3rd overall
Junior tied for fourth overall as Cards sit in sixth place
Gus Lundquist paced the Cards after round one
Cards have three in the top 20
Cards shot 7-under par
Louisville Men's Golf | Cardinal Intercollegiate Day 1
Louisville Men's Golf Cardinal Intercollegiate | Day 1
Fall 2014: Took part in five of the Cardinals' fall tournaments... notched two top-10 finishes... tied for seventh at the ACC-SEC Challenge with a 69-70-72=211 showing... tied for third at the Cardinal Intercollegiate with a 72-71-72=215... tied a career best round of 67 during the second round of the Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational.
2013-14: Named American Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year... appeared in 12 of the Cardinals' 13 events... one of three players to earn five top 10 finishes... averaged 72.57 strokes per round... finished the season with ten of 35 rounds below par... won the Warrior Wave Invitational with a 3-under par 201 ... finished sixth at the Cardinal Intercollegiate to help the team take second place...tied for 10th at both the Colorado State Invitational and the Pinetree Intercollegiate with a score of 212 and 220, respectively... earned a fourth place finish at the AAC Championship with a score of 213... selected to Ping All-Midwest Region Team.
Before Louisville: Attended American Heritage High School...was the ranked 53rd player in the NJGS...won the 2011 Bubba Conlee Junior championship by firing 65-70-71...qualified for match play at the 2012 U.S. Junior championships...runner-up at the Florida High School 1A championship last season...won the 2012 Qdoba Tournament of Champions.
Personal: Was born in South Florida... Father is from New York, and mother is from Belize... has an older brother whom he has looked up to all his life... started playing golf at the age of six and developed a deep passion for it right away... identifies house music as a second passion. Enjoys listening to it and searching for new songs... states that his ultimate goal is to earn his way on to the PGA Tour.