Averages 73.78 strokes over 95 rounds through three seasons ... low round is a 67 ... selected by the coaching staff to be apart of a pilot leadership program within the athletic department ... completed the department's "Developing Leaders in Sports and in Life" program during the 2011-12 academic year.
Led Rice with a 74.67 stroke average over 27 rounds ... best score was a 67 in the Rice Intercollegiate second round ... opened the season at the Sam H. Hall Intercollegiate ... placed 64th at the event with a 74-73-78--225 (+12) ... led Rice and notched a seventh place finish at the Jim Rivers Intercollegiate with a 72-71-72--215 (-1) ... led the team for a second tournament in a row with a 73-72-73--218 (+2) at the Lone Star Invitational and placed 12th at the event ... opened the spring with a bang, tying for fourth at the Rice Intercollegiate with a 70-67-76--213 (-3) ... followed up with a strong showing at the Bayou City Collegiate Championship in 67th with a 78-77-75--230 (+14) ... ranked second on the team in each of his final three tournaments of the season, beginning at the USF Invitational with a 41st-place finish of 226 (+10) ... carded a 27 (+11) for 46th place at the Border Olympics ... closed out the season in 52nd place at the Old Waverly Collegiate Championship with a 230 (+14).
Competed in all 11 events during the year ... averaged 73.33 strokes per round ... was the Owls' top finisher in eight events during the season ... first career victory came at the Lone Star Invitational at Briggs Ranch during the fall season ... had a strong, fall season averaging 71.67 strokes per round ... parlayed an even-par, final round 72 into a one-stroke victory at the Lone Star Invitational ... entered the final round of the tournament in fifth place and four strokes back of the lead ... with north winds gusting to 30 miles per hour, was one of only four golfers in the 84-player field to shoot even par or better for the final round ... shot a three-round score of 209 (70-67-72), seven-under par ... finished in a tie for 14th at the Louisiana Tech Squire Creek Invite ... shot a three-round 219 (69-72-78) at Squire Creek ... began the fall with a tie for 23rd at the Sam H. Hall Intercollegiate, firing a three-round 214 (71-73-70) ... began the spring season back in San Antonio and tied for 16th at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational ... fired a second-round 68 at the tournament en route to a 218 score (77-68-73) ... also posted a Top 20 finish at the Argent Financial Classic in Louisiana ... tied for 13th at the Louisiana Tech-hosted event with an even par 216 (72-73-71).
2010-11 Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team after a rookie season in which he posted three top-20 finishes and ranked second on the squad with a 73.51 strokes per round average ... a Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll selection in his first season at Rice ... fired a final-round 69 to finish the Conference USA Championship with a one-over par 217 and cap his season with a tie for 13th at the league championship ... competed in all 12 events the Owls participated in ... his best performance came at home at Westwood Golf Club where he finished in a tie for 11th at the 11th Rice Intercollegiate ... closed out the home event with a two-under par 70 to shoot even par for the tournament (72-74-70-216) ... in first collegiate event tied for 40th at the Sam H. Hall Intercollegiate in Hattiesburg, Miss. ... carded a 217 (75-74-68) in his first tournament ... best finish of the fall was a tie for 18th at the UTA/Waterchase Invitational ... shot a two-over par 218 (73-71-74) at UTA's fall event ... tied for 22nd at the Louisiana Tech/Squire Creek Intercollegiate.
Wrapped up summer prior to sophomore season by winning the City of Los Angeles 2011 Match Play Tournament ... qualified for match play by finishing eighth in stroke-play qualifying then won five matches on three different municipal courses at the tournament conducted by the City of Los Angeles' Department of Recreation and Parks ... defeated Cal State Northridge golfer Matt Siporin (1 Up) in the championship round ... the day prior to the championship, won back-to-back matches, defeating top seed and University of Kansas golfer Chris Gilbert (2 Up) in the quarterfinals and Maxwell Cohen (2 & 1).
Harvard-Westlake High School
Was named the Mission League's MVP as well as a first-team all-area selection ... as a senior won the Canon Cup by one point ... had a 35.4 scoring average (nine holes) during season season ... high school team advanced to the CIF state championship finals ... high school coach was Scott Wood ... was a National Merit Finalist ... best finish during junior tournament play was a fifth-place finish at the AJGA Houston Open ... carded a three-round score of 217 (70-74-73) ... also placed 12th at the AJGA Winn Grips Heather Farr with a three-round score of 215 (70-73-72) ... as a junior at Harvard-Westlake was a FCT Honorable Mention All-America selection ... in junior golf, posted three straight Top 5 finishes - AJGA Ping Phoenix, Call State Junior and AJGA Northeast Open ... began the run with a second-place finish at the Ping Phoenix Junior with a three-round score of 208 ... fourth at the Cal State Junior (68-70-74) and fifth at the AJGA Northeast Open (71-72-72) ... advanced to match play at the AJGA Polo Junior Classic ... carded a two-round score of 143 in stroke play at the AJGA Polo Junior Classic.
Born May 2, 1992 in Encino, Calif. ... son of Jimmy and Josephine Wibawa ... has a younger sister, Jessica ... pursuing a degree in civil engineering ... Baker College