|Hometown:||San Antonio, Texas|
|High School:||Tom Clark|
Named to the Ping Division I All-New England team ... Earned a spot on the 2010 All Ivy League Men’s Golf team after posting a three-round total of 75-77-74-226 to finish in a 10th place tie ... Tied for 18th at The McLaughlin at Bethpage Red with a three-round score of 69-73-72-214 alongside teammate Tony Grillo ... Led Harvard with a seventh place finish at the Philadelphia Big 5 Invitational with a two-day score of 74-73-147 ... Led Harvard with a seventh place finis at the Yale Spring Intercollegiate (74-72-146) ... Led Harvard to a team title at the Princeton Invitational with a three-round score of 69-77-69-215 to finish fourth individually. Harvard shot a 288 in the first round and finished with a 294 and 292 for an 874 overall.
Named to Ping Alll-Northeast Region Team ... Finished ninth overall at the Big 5 Invitational (71-75-146) and led all players at -4 on the par 5 holes ... Finishes sixth at the Geico Intercollegiate in Savanah, Ga. with a three-round total of 77-72-77-226 ... Tied for first place in the Crimson's dual-meet against UC-Riverside ... placed fourth at the Caves Valley Spring Intercollegiate with a score of 70-73-143.
Four-year letterwinner in golf at Tom Clark High School ... AJGA Scholastic All-America in 2007 ... Two-time San Antonio Player of the Year ... Two-time All-Region IV-5A Super Team ... Three-time All-District 28-5A selection ... Greater San Antonio Junior Match Play champion in 2008 ... HP Scholastic All-America in 2007 ... National Merit Commended Scholarship ... Graduated Summa Cum Laude ... Class treasurer ... National Honor Society ... Model United Nations member ... Vice President of Ultimate Frisbee organization ... Brother, Eric is class of 2009 at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo. And was part of the school's 2008 NCAA Division III national championship tennis team ... Many former high school teammates are playing at the collegiate level including Coy Breen (College of Charleston), Jerry Holguin (St. Mary;s) and Jordan Lampkin (Incarnate Word).