Wildcats move up in team standings after senior fires second-best total in school history
Fall 1999: Six of 11 rounds under 70 ... Second on the team in stroke average with 71.8 ... Had two second-place finishes at the Ping Preview and The Nelson ... Shot rounds of 68-70-66??204 to finish 9-under par at the Nelson ... Played in all four tournaments of the fall.
1998-99: Set a school record with a 64 in the opening round of The Nelson ... Had four consecutive top-ten finishes in the spring: Finished second at the Wolverine Invitational, sixth at the Big Ten Championship, ninth at the Kepler Invitational, and tenth at the Marshall Invitational ... Posted a 73.5 stroke average, second-best on the squad and seventh best in NU history ... All-Big Ten selection.
1997-98: Posted a 74.3 stroke average, the seventh-best in school history ... Shot a career-best 69 on two occasions ... Opened the Bridges All-American with a 69 and closed the Big Ten Championships with the same score ... Notched three top-10 finishes ... Tied for second at the Bridges All-American ... Also tied for eighth at the Kepler Intercollegiate and tied for ninth at the Big Ten Championships.
1996-97: Played in one tournament ... Shot 224 to finish tied for 31st at The Nelson ... Best score of 73 came in the final round.
High School: 1996 Washington High School State Champion ... 10th place at 1996 AJGA Carson tournament ... Finished in 21st place at the 1995 Junior World Championships ... Tied for third at the 1995 AJGA Ralph Lauren/Polo Championships ... Fifth at the state high school championships as a junior.
Personal: Born Jesse Ford Daley on 12/17/77 ... Son of Mel and Cathy Daley ... 1998 Washington Amateur Champion ... 1998 Seattle City Amateur Champion ... Qualified for the 1998 and 1999 U.S. Amateur ... Communication studies major.