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2011 Fall: Third on the team with a 73.78 stroke average through the fall...Shot under par through two rounds...Finished tied for 54th at the Maryland Intercollegiate (9/12-13) with a score of 10-over 223 (74-74-75)... Opened the Hartford Hawks Invitational with a season-best 3-under 69 and then shot a 74 and 80 to finish tied for second on the team and 19th overall with a 7-over 223...Had a season-best performance at the Cobra-PUMA Invitational (10/2-3), finishing tied for 19th with a 2-over 218...Shot 3-under 69 in the first round, a 1-over 73 in the second round and a 76 in the third round.
2011 Spring: Tied for 13th at the C&F Bank Intercollegiate (3/21-22) going even on the course (144) shooting a 71-73...Shot 75-79-79 at the Fireline Towson Invitational (3/26-27) tying for 32nd with a 233 stroke total...Shot 80-70-77 at the Rutherford Intercollegiate (4/8-10) tying for 23rd going 14 over (227)...Went 10 over (152) at the Navy Spring Invitational (4/16-17) tying for 18th shooting 78 and 74...Shot 74-71-72 at the MAAC Championship (4/29-5/1) where he tied for first going 1-over in the tournament with a stroke total of 217...Tied for 42nd at the NCAA Southwest Regional (5/19-21) shooting 76-71-70 (217).
2010 Fall: Tied for eighth place at the Manor Intercollegiate (9/13-14) shooting 75-73-75 with a 223 total...Shot a 73-78-69 at The McLaughlin (9/17-18) tying for 54th with an aggregate of 220...Went 13 over (157) at the Hartford Hawk Invitational (9/27-28) shooting 79-78 tying for 42nd...Shot a 79-75 at the Joe Agee Invitational (10/9-10) tying for 37th, totaling 12 over (154)...Shot 81-76-88 at the Saint Mary's Invitational (10/25-26) finishing 82nd with a 243 stroke total.
2010 Spring: Produced two top 15 finishes in the spring, one in the regular season and one in the MAAC Championship... tied for 12th at the Carlton Oaks Invitational (2/15-16) after shooting a 73-85-79 for a 21-over 237... finished 70th at the Jackrabbit Invitational (3/15-16) with an aggregate 240... went 81-80-77 to tie for 66th at the Fireline Towson Invitational (3/27-28)... tied for 51st at the Titan Invitational (4/16-17) with rounds of 78-76-82 for an aggregate236... finished 10th at the MAAC Championship after shooting a 13-over 229 (73-76-80) to help Loyola win its third straight MAAC title... tied for 36th at the NCAA West Regional, turning in the best finish for Loyola by going 75-74-73 in his second NCAA Regional start.
2009 Fall: Shot the lowest round of any Loyola player at the Manor Intercollegiate (9/14-15) with an even-par 72 and went on to finish 20th with an aggregate 227... led all Greyhounds after shooting 70-76-77 to finish 13-over (223) at the D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate (10/11-12) to finish 12th... shot a career-low round with a 70 at the Bill Cullum Invitational (10/26-27) and finished with a team-best score of 219 to tie for 39th.
2009 Spring: Competed in three events for the Greyhounds during the spring season...his best showing came at the CSUMB Otter Invitational (03/16-17) in Seaside, Calif., as he finished 17-over par (78-80-75)...his final-round 75 led Loyola and helped him to second-place on the team...finished with an aggregate 251 (85-87-79) at the Charleston Invitational (04/6-7), and rounded out the rotation for Loyola at the Jacksonville Inviational (02/16-17).
2008 Fall: Finished tied for 108th in first collegiate start at Hawks Invitational...shot a three-day 225 (72-74-79) at the D.A. Weibring Invitational.
Before Loyola: Played varsity golf since the eighth grade and earned five letters at University School...won 18 of 22 high school golf matches his senior year...had a 35.4 scoring average his senior year while serving as team captain...elected team MVP as a sophomore and senior... was selected as an all-county golfer his sophomore, junior and senior years by the Sun-Sentinel and the Miami Herald...helped lead University School to a district championship in 2006.
Personal: Majoring in finance at Loyola... the son of David and Amy McCormick...has one sister Kelsey (14).