Freshman jumps 15 spots over final 18 holes to lead Catamounts
WCU playing in the Mizzou’s Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate
Senior Dylan MacQueen leads the Catamounts as he sits tied for seventh overall
Junior selected to All-Southern Conference team
WCU sits in fourth place, 13 strokes off the leading pace entering Tuesday
2016-17 (Junior): Played in nine of the team's 12 seasonal events for 25 combined rounds ... Finished fourth on the squad with a seasonal stroke average of 74.76 to rank 25th in the Southern Conference ... All but one of his 25 rounds were shot in the 70s-or-better including twice turning in rounds in the 60s ... Led the team in scoring once on the season at the Pro Compression Invitational, hosted by San Diego at the Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., finishing tied for 19th ... Posted a season-best third-place finish at the Frontier Secure Intercollegiate, finishing behind teammate and medalist Mark David Johnson ... Shot his season-low round of 68 on the final 18 holes for his season-best finish ... Selected to the 2017 Spring Academic All-Southern Conference team.
2015-16 (Sophomore): Played in two events and three total rounds, finishing with a seasonal stroke average of 77.00 ... Played at the Wolfpack Intercollegiate and as an individual at the Hummingbird Intercollegiate ... Two of his three rounds were shot in the 70s including a season-low round 71. ... Named to the 2015-16 Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll.
2014-15 (Freshman): Finished fourth on the WCU squad with a scoring average of 76.86, 43rd in the Southern Conference ... Played in 11 of the team's 12 events on the year, each coming as a part of the scoring five ... Made his collegiate debut at the season-opening The Invitational at the Ocean Course, pacing the Catamounts with a career-best finish (3rd) ... Carded career-low rounds of 67 and 69 in the season-opener, recording his personal-best, 54-hole score of 209 - tied for the 19th-lowest three-round tournament score in program history ... Named to the 2014-15 Southern Conference Honor Roll.
Prior to Western Carolina: Came to Cullowhee with the reputation as one of Thailand's most-gifted young golfers, winning more than 18 tournaments and finishing among the top-3 in 15 other events throughout Thailand, Asia and the United States ... Won the Class B title at the World Junior Qualifying at Royal Hills Golf Course and was rated No. 1 in the Thai Golf Association rankings ... Finished third in the 2009 Callaway World Junior and first in the TGA-CAT Junior Golf Rankings 2008-2009 (13-14 age group) ... Was awarded the National Outstanding Youth Award for Sport at the Children's Day ceremony at the Bromsgrove International School.