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  Zach Wilson
Zach Wilson

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Austin, Texas

High School:
Stephen F. Austin

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 170

Experience:
1L


At Rice
2007-08: Competed in four of five fall tournaments ... top performance of the fall season was a tie for 45th at the Pacific Invitational played in Stockton, Calif. ... carded a 70-72-76=218 to shoot two-over par on the Brookside Golf Club course in Stockton ... also played in the Memphis Intercollegiate, Louisiana Tech's Squire Creek Classic and the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate hosted by New Mexico State.

2006-07: Played in two tournaments as a freshman ... shot an 81 during the rain-shortened Squire Creek Invitational during the fall season ... playing as an individual tied for 49th at the Rice Intercollegiate.

Amateur Highlights
2006: Led qualifying for the Southern Amateur in San Antonio ... placed 11th at the Valero Texas Open Junior with a 225 (76-75-74) ... tied for fifth at the Texas-Oklahoma Junior with a 285 (70-70-71-74). 2005: Placed 15th at the Valero Texas Open Junior (74-72-71=217) and 17th at the Randy Smith Classic (76-72-72=220) ... finished 21st at the Abilene Junior (73-72-80=225) and 29th at the Stars of Texas (78-71-79=228). 2004: At the Ping Harvey Penick Junior, placed 29th (80-76-76=232) ... finished 30th at the Abilene Junior (81-73-73=227).

Stephen F. Austin High School
Lettered three seasons for the Stephen F. Austin Maroons ... was a co-captain on the squad all three years ... first-team all-district selection in 2005 ... won a pair of tournaments during his prep career - the 2002 San Antonio ISD Invitational and the 2006 San Marcos ISD Invitational.

Personal
Full Name: Zachary Todd Wilson ... Born: Sept. 11, 1987 in Austin, Texas ... Parents: Tim and Cathy Wilson of Austin, (one brother, Nick) ... mother and father each played golf four years at Texas ... Major: economics/business minor.

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