Men's Golf



Andrew Buchanan
Andrew  Buchanan

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Los Altos, Calif.

High School:
Menlo School

Height:
6-3

Experience:
SO-1L


05/16/2015

SMU Wins NCAA Noblesville Regional, Shares Title With No. 4 Illinois

Mustangs advance to second consecutive NCAA Championship

05/15/2015

SMU Leads After Two Rounds At The NCAA Noblesville Regional

Burgess, Buchanan pace Mustangs with 1-under par rounds

05/14/2015

Mustangs In Second After First Round At NCAA Noblesville Regional

Baxter tied for first individually at 4-under par

05/12/2015

SMU Set For NCAA Noblesville Regionals

Fifth-seeded Mustangs begin play Thursday

05/08/2015

DeChambeau Named American Athletic Conference Player Of The Year

DeChambeau, Buchanan receive all-conference recognition

11/05/2013

2013 Royal Oaks Invitational

2013 Royal Oaks Invitational, Dallas, Texas

2013-14 (Fr.):Tallied 10 rounds of par or better across 13 tournaments... Led Alabama's Robby Shelton (ranked No. 3 in the nation) through 14 holes in the match play playoff in the NCAA Championship quarterfinals... Tied for 19th at the NCAA San Antonio Regional (+2); tallied a season-low 69 (-3) in the second round... Tied for 28th at the National Invitational Tournament in Arizona (E)... Tied for 25th in his first collegiate event at the Erin Hills Intercollegiate.

2013 - Summer: Placed seventh at the Trans-Miss Championship and was a second alternate for the U.S. Amateur.

Prep: Was the 2011 Future Collegians World Tour Player of the Year and First Team All-American... Won four total FCWT tournaments... Was the West Bay Athletic League MVP in 2012 and 2013 and won the league title in 2010 and 2012... Won the 2011 Stockton AJGA tournament... Won the 2012 CCS Regionals and CCS finals... Qualified for the U.S. Open Sectionals in 2012... Was First Team All-League 2010-13... FCWT Academic All-American in 2011 and 2012.

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