At Rice Played in 10 tournaments during career at Rice including seven events during freshman season ... for his career averaged 76.48 strokes over 29 rounds played.
2011-12 Averaged 77.22 strokes per round over three tournaments played ... competed in the final two events of the fall season - the Lone Star Invitational at Briggs Ranch and the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate ... tied for 67th at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational to open the spring season ... carded a three-round 231 (77-81-73) at Oak Hills Country Club.
2010-11 Competed in seven events including five in the spring during his freshman season ... fourth on the squad with a 76.15 strokes per round average ... best finish of the year was a tie for 17th at the weather-shortened Bancorp South Intercollegiate ... fired an even-par, second-round 72 to finish with a 146 two-round score (+2) ... tied for 44th at the Conference USA Championship later in the month of April ... finished with a three-round 229 (+13) at the conference tournament ... also played in the first two events of the spring season, playing in his native San Antonio at the UTSA/oak Hills Invitational as well as competing for the Owls' five-member team at the 11th Rice Intercollegiate ... qualified and played in the Owls' first tournament of the fall season ... shot a 227 (+14) at the Sam H. Hall Intercollegiate hosted by Southern Miss ... also competed for the Owls at the Louisiana Tech/Squire Creek Intercollegiate.
Ronald Reagan High School District 26-5A individual champion and also helped prep team to district title and fifth-place finish at Texas 5A State Championship ... carded a two-round score of 140 (68-72) at the district tournament ... an all-region and all-state selection ... won the NEISD Tournament of champions with a two-round score of 145 (71-74) ... placed second at the Rio Grande Valley Invitational with a 140 (71-69) ... was seventh at the state tournament ... had a 72.1 scoring average as a senior ... member of high school team which began the year by winning the 52-team Bart Granger Memorial Tournament in Fort Worth ... high school coach was Brent McCuiston ... academically, graduated Magna Cum Laude ... was a National Hispanic Scholar and named to the academic all-district squad ... as a junior was the San Antonio Express-News Player of the Year ... won both the District 26-5A tournament with a two-round score of 144 (71-73) as well as the Region IV Class 5A tournament, carding a 140 (67-73) ... was 10th at the Texas 5A State Championship with a two-round score of 149 (77-72) ... finished eighth out of 248 competitors at the Bart Granger memorial Tournament with a three-round score of 215 (72-72-71).
Amateur Highlights 2010 Tied for 12th at the Rice Planters Amateur Championship ... carded a 283 (71-74-67-71) over the four-round championship ... finished fourth at the College Players Tour event played at Canyon Springs with a 215 (73-72-70) ... was the runner-up at the San Antonio Men's Amateur Match Play Championship, losing Texas Tech senior Will Griffin in the finals ... carded a three-round score of 221 (71-76-74) at the Southwestern Amateur Championship.
2009 Finished third at the AJGA Valero Texas Open Junior with a 214 (74-68-72). 2008: won the Texas Junior Golf Tour Traditions at Texsa A&M with a one-under par 215 (73-72-70) ... sixth at the AJGA Stars of Texas junior with a three-round score of 219 (72-73-74).
Personal Born Nov. 16, 1991 in San Antonio ... son of Tom and Leti Contreras ... has a younger sister, Kelly ... father played collegiately at St. Mary's University in San Antonio ... McMurtry College.