Former Pack golfer qualifies for 2014 British Open (July 17-20)
A two-time All-American in 2002 and 2003 ... 2002 and a 2003 All-ACC selection ... Two-time GCAA All-America Scholar in 2002 and 2003 ... Second all-time in lowest career stroke average, 71.93 ... Only player in NC State history to record two sub-72 stroke average seasons, both years of 71.93 rank third ... Broke school record for lowest tournament total with a 202 at the 2002-03 Nelson Invitational ... Finished tied for sixth at the NCAA Tournament in 2002, second in school history ... Won three collegiate tournaments, one of only eight players in school history to accomplish that feat ... Fired three rounds of 66 and one round of 65 (second lowest score in school history) to set the school record for most rounds of 66 or lower ... Owns five of the 10 lowest tournament totals in school history (sub 208), another school record
2001-02: Third-team PING All-American and All-ACC selection in his first season on the major college level...Led the Wolfpack in stroke average for the season at 71.9, the third best single season stroke average ever...Finished tied for sixth at the NCAA Championship, the second best finish in school history, by firing a 70-67-71-72=280...The 280 ranks as the second best individual tournament total in NC State NCAA Championship history...Won the Nelson Invitational and the Chris Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational to become only the fifth Wolfpack golfer to notch at least two individual titles during one season...Wolfpack All-American's Todd Smith, Nolan Mills, Kelly Mitchum, and Tim Clark each accomplished the feat...Clark won two titles in two different seasons (1995-96, 1996-97) while Kelly Mitchum and Nolan Mills are the only golfers to win three titles in one season with Mitchum doing so in 1990-91 and Mills doing so in 1982-83...Just the ninth player to fire a 65 in school history, the second lowest round ever fired by a NC State golfer...Played 40 rounds on the season with 35 of those scoring 75 or under...Fired 10 rounds in the 60s to lead the team...Recorded 17 rounds-under-par, second on the team...Finished in a team best five top-fives... Named Golf World magazine's "College Player Of The Week" following a win at the Chris Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational...Finished the season as Golfweek's 29th ranked golfer...2002 GCAA Division I All-America Scholar...2002 ACC Honor Roll selection...
1999-01: Competed at Huntingdon (Ala.) College where he won the 2001 NAIA National Championship individual title by firing a 284 (73-67-71-73) to finish four-under par...Was a two-time NAIA Men's Golf All-American in 2000 and 2001...Two-time NAIA Division I Region XI Team...Only freshman in NAIA history to earn All-American honors (2000)...