| Ricky Stout
2008-09 (Junior): Ranked fifth on the team in overall scoring average at 75.11, third among those with six-or-more rounds on the year ... Carded a career-low round of 67 in the opening round of the Aldila Intercollegiate at the Council Fire Golf Club in Chattanooga, Tenn., finishing tied for 8th with his career-best, three-round score of 209 ... Led WCU at the Mason Rudolph Championship, hosted by nationally-ranked Vanderbilt, with a three-round 217 (74-72-71, t-23rd) ... Finished tied for fifth -- a career-best -- at the 2009 Southern Conference Men's Golf Championship with two rounds 69 bookending his three-day total of 213 ... During the summer, finished tied for fourth in the 142-golfer field - a career best - at the 49th annual North Carolina Amateur Championship carding a five-under 283 in the 72-hole event.
2007-08 (Sophomore): Played in 12 events for a combined 34 holes ... Finished fourth on the team with a 75.03 stroke average ... Registered a then career-best finish (11th-t) at the Raines Development Group Intercollegiate, hosted by Francis Marion at the Country Club of South Carolina ... Carded his career-low round of 69 at the Xavier Invitational in early October, finishing tied for 32nd overall with a three-day total of 216 ... Posted a career-best finish at the Southern Conference Men's Golf Championship, finishing sixth overall with a three-day score of 217 ... During the summer, he finished tied for 21st out of 94 amateurs trying to qualify for the North & South Championship after carding a round of 73 (36-37) on the Pinehurst No. 4, and then beat out eight other golfers to become one of three to complete the qualifying field of 23.
2006-2007 (Freshman): Played in five events during freshman season ... Shot a season-low round of 73 at the West Florida Argonaut Invitational on his way to a 35th place finish ... At the Fuman Intercollegiate, placed 2nd best on the team ... Shot consecutive rounds of 75 at the Southern Conference Championships to place 32nd, good for third best on the team.