| Andres Cuenca
Finished his three-year career at Western Carolina second on the all-time scoring charts with an average of 73.16 in 88 rounds from 2006-09 ... Was a three-time All-Southern Conference selection, one of just three men's golfers at Western Carolina to garner three-or-more All-SoCon accolades.
2008-09 (Senior): Led the Catamounts with a 73.61 stroke average, the seventh-best, single-season average in WCU history ... Was an All-Southern Conference selection ... Was Western's top finisher five times in the 11 events in which he played, opening the fall portion of the season with consecutive top 5's including tied for second at the season-opening Aldila Intercollegiate at the Council Fire Golf Club in Chattanooga, Tenn. ... Set the school's individual 54-hole record at the Aldila Intercollegiate, carding a three-round 205 (68-69-68) ... Posted three top 10 finishes on the season.
2007-08 (Junior): Ranked second on the team with a 73.53 scoring average ... Was named All-Southern Conference ... Paced the team in two events on the season, coming in consecutive weeks -- won the WCU Intercollegiate at the Country Club of Sapphire Valley with a two-round score of 135 (66-69), which included a career-low round tying score of 66 ... Finished tied for 100th with a three-round score of 221 in his first-ever NCAA Regional appearance ... During the summer, finished tied for 68th in stroke play at the 112th Amateur Championship in Lytham St. Annes in Lancashire, England.
2006-2007 (Sophomore): All-Southern Conference team selection ... Won first career event at the Wofford Invitational, where he fired a second-round 66 ... After the victory, was named the Southern Conference Men's Golfer of the Week ... Started the year with three consecutive top-ten finishes, topped off by a runner-up finish to teammate Matt Cook at the Liberty/Frank Landrey Invitational ... At the Samford Invitational, was the top Catamount finisher with a third place effort after a final-round 66 ... At the Wofford Invite, his 54-hole score of 208 was the second best in WCU history.