Carmona and Kerjiwal tied for third and fifth, respectively.
The senior is three-under par.
Carmona leads the Owls in seventh-place.
Meissner and Carmona are tied for fourth and eighth, respectively.
Participated in three events...Had a stroke average of 82.44 in nine rounds...Carded a season-best 73 in the first round of the Bayou City Collegiate Classic (10/10-11).
Participated in six tournaments (16 rounds) ... Averaged 77.31 strokes in 16 rounds ... Had one top five finish ... Recorded two rounds of par of better ... Fired a season-best 69 in the final round of the Sam Hall Intercollegiate (9/14-15) ... Also had a season-best 54-hole score of 217 ... Recorded first career top-five finish at the President's Day Challenge (2/15), tying for second-place.
2013-15 (At Cal)
Redshirted in his first season in 2013-14 ... did not see tournament action in his redshirt freshman campaign in 2014-15 ... placed 25th at the 2015 Saguaro Amateur with a 74-74-68 -- 216 (E) ... Cal tied for 11th place at the 2014 NCAA Championship and finished its season in seventh place at the 2015 NCAA Lubbock Regional.
Burlison was named the 2012 Mission Trail Athletic League Most Valuable Player as a junior at Palma High School ... academically he received High Honors (above 4.0 GPA) at Palma High School and was named an HP Scholastic All-American in each of his final two years ... compiled six top-10 finishes in AJGA play, highlighted by a second-place showing at the 2011 Southern Junior (67-75-78 - 216) ... was also the youngest player at the time to win an open AJGA event when he captured the Mayakoba Junior Golf Classic in 2008 at the age of 14 ... also won amateur events earlier in his career at the Callaway Junior World Championships and the U.S. Kids World Championship ... as a freshman at Stevenson High School, earned Tri-County MVP honors and was the medalist on the CCS championship team.
Full name: Jay Houston Burlison ... son of Robert and Joan Burlison ... has two younger brothers, Jack and Joseph, and one older sister, Sydney ... born Nov. 12, 1994 in Salinas, Calif. ... also played basketball at Palma HS and Stevenson HS ... sister became the youngest player to ever qualify for the U.S. Open when she accomplished the feat at age 13 in 2003 and went on to play collegiately at Stanford.
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