BOISE STATE CAREER
RS SENIOR (2014-15): Did not compete for the Broncos during his final collegiate season.
RS JUNIOR (2013-14): Made two appearances on the season...carded a three-round total of 232 (78-77-77; +19) at the Dash Thomas Memorial (Sept. 23-24), the Broncos' lone home tournament of the season...also played in the Sacramento State Invitational (March 10-11).
RS SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Competed in three tournaments...averaged 76.5 strokes through eight rounds on the season...missed his second-career top-25 finish by just two strokes at the Dash Thomas Memorial (Sept. 24-25)...fired a career-low 2-under 69 in the final round, finishing with a three-round total of 217 (+4)...also competed in the Bill Cullum Invitational (Oct. 22-23), and the Thunderbird Invitational (Feb. 11-12).
SOPHOMORE (2011-12): Made one tournament appearance for the Broncos during the season...recorded his first-career top-25 finish with a tie for 24th at the Dash Thomas Memorial (Sept. 26-27)...carded a three-round total of 219 (+6; 71-73-75) at the event while playing as an individual...the three rounds were the lowest of his Bronco career...redshirted the season due to injury.
FRESHMAN (2010-11): Played in two tournaments during his collegiate debut with the Broncos...competed in both the Pat Hicks Thunderbird Invitational and the Bandon Dunes Championship...averaged 81.4 strokes and 9.4-over-par per round...counted 3.5-of-5 (.700) of his rounds on the season.
Won the 2008 Junior World Qualifier at Sun Willows Golf Club...twice advanced to the Junior World Qualifiers...finished eighth at the Washington Junior Golf Association State Championship in 2008...took seventh at the WJGA State Championship at 15...won multiple sub-district tournaments in the WJGA...second place at the 2006 and 2008 Banner Bank Junior Invitational, and finished eighth in 2007...second place at the 2010 Tri-Cities Junior Open.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Four-year letterwinner for the Scotties was a three-time team captain...nominated for athlete of the year in the Yakima Valley...won the SCAC District Championship as a junior and was a three-time runner-up...advanced to four-straight state tournaments, placing second during his senior year...four-time member of the HHS Honor Roll...sophomore class president.
Older sister Minhee Park played for the Boise State women's team from 2006-10.
MAJOR - Health Science Studies
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