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Michael Mulieri
 
Michael Mulieri

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Silver Spring, Md.

High School:
Gonzaga College H.S.

Height / Weight:
5-7 / 150

Coach's Take: "The total player and a natural leader. Tremendous ball-striker with the proven ability to score."

2008 Fall: Was named MAAC Golfer of the Month in October...finished tied for sixth at the Santa Clara invitational, shooting a 217 (71-75-71)...just one of six players to finish at even-par or better on final round of the challenging California course...posted another Top Ten finish at the D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate... finished ninth with a 214...finished in a tie for 20th at the Hawks Invitational with rounds of 79-68...the 11-stroke difference was tied for the best shot improvement in the field...fired a 223 at the Ron Moore Invitational...the score tied his brother Jay for team-best.

2007-08: Earned MAAC Golfer of the Year honors after a fantastic season...named MAAC Student-Athlete of the Year in 2008...selected to Loyola's prestigious Green and Grey Society... won the MAAC Championship Individual Crown at Magnolia Golf Club at the end of April...shot a five-under par 211 to lead the Greyhounds to their 10th MAAC Championship Title... won three tournaments in the spring season, including six Top Tens... won the LaCrosse Homes Invitational in April...fired a final-round 69 for a two-round 144... in March his 219 took medalist honors at the Carlton Oaks Invitational, the team's first tournament of the season...fired a final-round 73 for his second career tournament win...named MAAC Golfer of the Month in March and April...won the 87th annual Maryland State Amateur Championship with a 4 and 2 victory in the match play final at Woodholme CC in Baltimore in June... finished sixth overall at the Diablo Grande Invitational (227)... helped the Greyhounds to the team title... placed third at the Golden Fox Invitational with rounds of 72-73-71.

2006-07: Was named a finalist for MAAC Student-Athlete of Year Award ... posted season stroke average of 72.9, matching stroke average of freshman campaign ... took third at Pala Mesa Invitational to lead Loyola to team championship ... scored season-low rounds of 69 at Joe Agee Invitational ... also helped the Greyhounds win the Fort Lauderdale Spring Classic with Top-10 finish and rounds of 73 and 71 ... had four Top-10 finishes for the season.

2005-06: Named PING first-team All Mid-Atlantic Region ... led team with 72.9 stroke average ... posted season-low rounds of 68 at both Joe Agee Invitational and at MAAC Championships ... won first college tournament with medalist honors at Fort Lauderdale Spring Classic ... shot a 144 to win the tournament ... led Greyhounds to team championship at Crowne Plaza Colonial with fourth-place finish ... was Loyola's top finisher in seven-of-10 tournaments played ... was runner-up at Navy Spring Invitational ... posted a round of 69 and tournament score of 140 at Navy ... placed third overall at MAAC Championships with three-round score of 222.

Before Loyola: Was captain at Gonzaga Prep ... his team won the WCAC Championship ... also earned FCWT Junior Tour honors.

Personal: Majoring in finance...the son of Cydney and Joseph Mulieri ...brother Jay is a freshman on Loyola's golf team.

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