| Cody Walker
Finished his WCU career ranked tied for 14th on the school's career scoring chart at 76.64 over 36 rounds.
2008-09 (Senior): Coming off of a back injury that required surgery, played in five events for a combined 12 rounds - four of which came in the fall season and three of which were as an unattached individual ... Averaged 77.08 with a season-low round of 73 carded in his first event, the Raines Development Group Intercollegiate ... Posted a season-best finish of tied for 15th at the rain-shortened Independent College Invitational, hosted by Brevard College at the Etowah Valley Country Club - carded an opening round 75.
2007-08 (Junior): Only played in two events before being sidelined by a back injury ... Posted a 79.50 scoring average over four rounds ... Finished tied for 60th with a three-round score of 237 at the Raines Development Group Intercollegiate in mid-September ... Only completed one round, shooting 81, at the Mizuno Southbridge Intercollegiate before withdrawing ... Underwent back surgery that kept him off the course the remainder of the season.
2006-2007 (Sophomore): Posted four top-20 finishes on the year, highlighted by two 10th place results to open the season...Shot a low round of 68 on the season, accomplished twice...Holds the 18th best individual season stroke average in WCU history at 75.80 strokes per round.
2005-06 (Freshman): Redshirted.
Prior to Western: Attended Hibriten High School where he was a three-time North Carolina 2A All-State pick and two-time Mountain Valley Conference (MVC) Player of the Year ... As a senior, Earned All-State honors, placing second at the 2005 North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) 2A State Championships ... His 146 was one shot off the lead and he led Hibriten to a third-place team finish ... Averaged 73.8 strokes per round as a senior ... Was additionally tabbed MVC Player of the Year and All-MVC ... As a junior, finished second in the 2004 NCHSAA 2A State Championships ... Fired a 143 that year, finishing two strokes off the lead, and his first round score of 67 was the third-lowest, single round in state history ... Hibriten also placed third as a team in the 2004 state championships ... Was named All-State, All-Piedmont Region as well as Piedmont and MVC Player of the Year ... As a sophomore, led Hibriten to the first of its three third-place 2A finishes at the state championships ... Individually, he placed eighth in the state to earn his first All-State honor, five strokes behind former teammate and third-place finisher Tripp Morrow.