Jack Perry finishes third overall; Matthew Negri surges into top-20 with final round 69
Fall 2014: Has not seen action this season while taking a redshirt year.
2013-14: After playing in three of Northwestern's five fall tournaments as an individual while working on his swing, launched himself toward the top of the NU team lineup in the spring ... Competed in six tournaments in the spring as a member of the team's counting score ... Finished the year ranked second for the Wildcats in full-season stroke average at 74.13, carding nine rounds at par or better ... Best finish of the fall came via a 22nd-place performance at the Wildcats' own Windon Memorial Classic where he opened with a fall-season-best 1-under 71 ... Also played in the Erin Hills Intercollegiate and the Rod Myers Invitational as an individual ... Began the spring by going 2-1 at the Big Ten Match Play Championship, defeating Andrew Havill of Indiana in the quarterfinal and Luis Fernando Barco of Purdue in the semifinal ... Opened with a 1-under 71 en route to a 22nd-place finish at the Puerto Rico Classic (Feb. 23-25) ... Had a season-best 13th-place result to lead NU at the Kepler Intercollegiate (April 12-13) ... Briefly flirted with the individual lead at the Kepler after an opening round even-par 71 and a second-round 2-under 69 ... Opened with a 2-under 70 at the Boilermaker Invitational, eventually placing 26th overall (April 19-20) ... Challenged for the lead early at the Big Ten Championships with an opening 2-over 74 and an even-par 72 before ending up 24th overall ... Opened the NCAA San Antonio Regional with an even-par 72 (May 15) ... In the summer of 2014, shot a final-round 3-under 67 at the Pacific Coast Amateur Championship to earn a top-25 finish.
2013-14 Results: Windon Memorial Classic 71-74-74=219 (22nd) (played as an individual)
Erin Hills Intercollegiate 78-75-78=231 (58th) (played as an individual)
Rod Myers Invitational 77-79-77=233 (59th) (played as an individual)
Big Ten Match Play Championship 2-1
Def. Andrew Havill (IU), 3 and 2
Def. Luis Fernando Barco (PU), 4 and 3
Lost to Raymond Knoll (IOWA), 4 and 3
Puerto Rico Classic 71-73-69=213 (22nd)
Kepler Intercollegiate 71-69-78=218 (13th)
Boilermaker Invitational 70-77-75=222 (26th)
Big Ten Championships 74-72-79-79=304 (24th)
NCAA San Antonio Regional 72-74-79=225 (52nd)
2012-13: Competed in nine of Northwestern's 11 stroke play tournaments as a member of the team lineup while also competing at the Big Ten Match Play Championship ... Opened his college career with a 2-under 69 during the first round of the Inverness Intercollegiate, nearly winning the tournament before two late double bogeys left him in third place, one shot off the pace at 3-over 216 ... His third-place finish helped Northwestern win the team title at Inverness ... After going 1-1 at the Big Ten Match Play Championship to start the spring season, finished 12th at the Fresno State Lexus Golf Classic (3/4-3/5) with a 4-under 212 ... Opened that event with a 1-over 73 before carding a 71 in the second round and a closing collegiate-best 4-under 68 in the final round ... Finished 12th at the Northwestern Spring Invitational (4/15-4/16) for his third top-20 of the season to help NU take the team title at the event.
Inverness Intercollegiate 69-73-74=216 (3rd)
Windon Memorial Classic 74-78-76=228 (37th)
Olympia Fields CC/Fighting Illini Invitational 72-74-81=227 (46th)
Rod Myers Intercollegiate 81-76-74=231 (53rd)
Big Ten Match Play Championship 1-1
Lost to Carson Castellani (MSU), 2 and 1
Def. Matt Alessi (U-M), 2 and 1
Fresno State Lexus Golf Classic 73-71-68=212 (12th)
U.S. Intercollegiate 71-72-78=221 (73rd)
Northwestern Spring Invitational 73-74-74=221 (12th)
Big Ten Championships 74-77-74-84=309 (43rd)
NCAA Baton Rouge Regional 76-84-79=239 (65th)
High School: Named the Washington State Golf Association Junior Boys Player of the Year in 2011 ... At the time of his NLI signing, ranked as the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) No. 71 overall recruit and No. 31 in the class of 2012 ... Advanced to the Round of 16 at the 2012 Pacific Northwest Men's Amateur Championship ... Semifinalist of the 2011 Pacific Northwest Junior Boys Amateur ... Represented Washington at the 2011 Junior America's Cup ... Finished 16th at the 2011 Junior PGA Championship ... Quarterfinalist at the 2011 U.S. Junior, losing to eventual champion Jordan Spieth ... In AJGA Open competition, finished fifth at the 2010 Junior at Wenatchee, fifth at the 2010 Nebraska Junior at Quarry Oaks, sixth at the 2011 Las Vegas Junior Open and 10th at the 2011 Junior at Diablo Grande ... Central Washington Athletic Conference (CWAC) Men's Player of the Year in 2009, 2010 and 2011 ... CWAC All-League first team in 2009, 2010 and 2011 ... National Honor Society member ... 2010 and 2011 AJGA HP Scholastic Honor Roll list.