BOISE STATE CAREER
JUNIOR (2013-14): Competed in two tournaments...played in the Dash Thomas Memorial (Sept. 23-24) and the Utah Invitational (Oct. 7-8)...helped lead the Broncos to a victory at the Utah Invitational, finishing with a three-round total of 236 (80-81-75; +23)...Broncos had a six-stroke deficit entering the final round, but finished the tournament with a 10-stroke advantage - the widest margin of victory for Boise State in more than 18 years...three-round total of 229 (80-77-72; +16) at the Dash Thomas Memorial was a season best.
SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Competed in seven of the Broncos' 11 tournaments, averaging 76.76 strokes through 21 rounds on the season...best finish of the year came at the Sacramento State Collegiate (March 11-12), where he tied for 30th with a three-round total of 221 (71-76-74, +5)...included was an opening-round 1-under 71, tying for his lowest round of the season...also fired a final-round 71 (-1) at the season-opening Itani Quality Homes Collegiate, Sept. 11...lowest three-round total came at the Dash Thomas Memorial (220, +7), Sept. 24-25.
FRESHMAN (2011-12): Played in seven events during his debut season with the Broncos...scoring average of 75.15 on the season ranked fifth on the team...first-career event came at the Dash Thomas Memorial (Sept. 26-27), where he posted rounds of 71-79-75 (225; +12)...just missed the first top-25 finish of his career in only his second event, finishing tied for 28th at the Wildcat Invitational (Oct. 10-11) with a three-round total of 225 (75-75-75, +9)...carded an even-par 70 in the opening round of the Cowboy Classic (April 9), his lowest round of the season.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Four-year letterwinner and two-year team captain for head coach Jeff Dunn...helped lead the Mustangs to four-consecutive Southern Idaho Conference championship titles...won the state 5A championship as a freshman, junior and season...was Eagle High's Player of the Year his sophomore through senior seasons...finished in fourth place as a sophomore...also lettered in both basketball and football.
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