Men's Golf

Frank Wrenn
Frank Wrenn

Greenville, S.C.

High School:
Chris Church Episcopal

Last College:



2007-08: Played in three events... Was 86th at the Purdue/Midwest Shootout, 48th at the UTSA Invite and 36th at The Maxwell;

2006-07: Opened up his SMU career with a bang, winning the Robert Burns Intercollegiate with a 67-67-69... Earned Conference USA Golfer of the Week honors for his efforts... Finished 31st at the C-USA Championships, shooting a 71-79-75;

2004-05 & 2005-06: Spent the 2004-05 season and fall 2005 semester at Clemson... Did not see collegiate tournament action... Finished strong in the South Carolina Amateur with rounds of 78-72-73-70 for a five over par 293 total and a T-20 finish... Also had rounds of 69-78-75 for a six over par 222 total and a 61st place finish in the Rice Planters Amateur.

Prep: Three-time South Carolina Class A Champion, winning the tournament as a freshman, junior and senior... Finished third as a sophomore in 2002... Finished ninth at the South Carolina Amateur in 2003 and was 21st in 2004... Medalist at the South Carolina State qualifying tournament in 2003... Letteres six seasons for R.J. Beach at Christ Church Episcopal School... Played on six regional championship teams and three state championships teams... An all-region player for six straight years... Regional II A Player of the Year in 2003 and 2004... Was team MVP each of his last five years, eighth grade through senior year... Finished second at the Southern Cross High School Tournament in 2003... Won the 2001 Ford Picard SCJGA Classic... Took eighth at 2003 AJGA Ping Peninsula Classic... Was 11th at 2003 AJGA Boys Championship... Finished 19th at the Eastern Amateur in 2004.

Personal: Son of Martha and Frank Wrenn... Father played on the Wake Forest Golf team for three years 1969-71, with Wake Forest winning the ACC Championship all three years he was on the team... Has one sister, Catherine.

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