The Notre Dame Men's Golf team wins the Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic, at the Warren Golf Course on October 6
AS A SENIOR: Part of the Irish rotation that claimed the 2010-11 BIG EAST Championship ... competed in four tournaments as a member of the five-man rotation, including one in the spring and three during the fall schedule ... finished the year with a 75.54 stroke average - 75.50 in the spring and 75.56 in the fall ... saw four of his 10 rounds (.400) counted toward the team score, while recording one under-par round ... enjoyed most success during his second rounds, averaging 74.00 strokes per round ... opened his season with a tie for 44th at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic with a 225 (+15) ... finished tied for 62nd at the Firestone Invitational, carding a three-round score of 231 (+15) ... competed as an individual entrant at the St. Mary's Invitational, finishing tied for 26th at 224 (+8) ... posted lowest round of the season at the St. Mary's Invitational with a second round 69 (-3) ... returned to the Irish lineup at the one round Battle at the Warren, finishing tied for ninth with a 73 (+2) ... concluded his season at the BIG EAST Championship, finishing fifth among the Irish rotation and tied for 34th overall at 16-over par (229).
IN THE FALL (2010): Appeared in three tournaments for the Irish in the fall ... posted a 226.67 tournament average with a total of 680 strokes in the three tournaments ... played as the number five player for
the Irish in two of the three tournaments ... had his best finish of the fall when he tied for 26th place at
the St. Mary's Invitational as an individual participant ... posted personal-year best of 224 (+8) at the St.
Mary's Invitational ... his best round of the fall also came in the St. Mary's Classic, where in the second
round he posted a 69.
AS A JUNIOR: Competed in six tournaments for the Irish ... had seven out of 12 rounds count towards Notre Dame's team score ... recorded a 75.33 stroke average for the 2009-10 season ... recorded his best finish at the Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate by tying for 30th with a one-over par 143 (69-74).
AS A SOPHOMORE: Monogram winner ... got the nod for 10 tournaments, including nine appearances in starting lineup ... charted 75.90 stroke average in 29 rounds, with 19 of his 27 rounds as a starter contributing to the team total ... turned in solid fall campaign with 74.93 stroke average while starting all five events ... tied for 46th place at season-opening USF Olympic Club Intercollegiate at 13-over par 226 (78-74-74) ... shared 42nd place at Saint Mary's (Calif.) Invitational with eight-over par 221 (74-73-74) ... shot 17-over par 227 (76-76-75) at Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic to wind up 46th in the field ... tied Dustin Zhang for team-high honors with 35th-place showing at 12-over par 228 (73-73-82) in The Prestige at PGA West ... closed fall with 24th-place tie at UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate Championship at six-over par 222 (72-74-76) ... opened spring with best score as member of travel squad, carding career-low four-over par 220 (77-75-68) to tie for 11th at Palmas del Mar Intercollegiate in Puerto Rico; final-round 68 also was career-best ... tied for 64th place at Border Olympics with 18-over par 234 (81-72-81) ... shot 19-over par 235 (78-77-80) to finish in 90th-place tie at Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational ... warmed up for conference tournament with team-best third-place tie at Caputo Invitational with 12-over par 156 (81-75) while playing as individual ... got start for BIG EAST Championship and tied for 48th place at 16-over par 232 (83-74-75).
SUMMER 2008: Advanced to 32-man match play tree at California State Amateur Championship in Burbank after tying for 29th in medal play with four-over par 146 (74-72); lost in first round of match play, 4 & 3, to top-seeded Matt Hoffenberg (San Diego State) ... tied for 20th during qualifying for Southern California Golf Association (SCGA) Amateur at Oceanside (El Camino GC) with four-over 76.
AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in six tournaments during his rookie season, including four in the starting lineup ... registered 76.41 stroke average in 17 total rounds, with 10 of his 12 travel-squad rounds (83.3 percent) counting to the team score ... cracked lineup for season-opening Gopher Invitational and parlayed strong start in tie for 26th place at 12-over par 228 (74-70-84) ... competed as individual at Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic, carding season-low 225 (+15; 79-75-71) to earn share of 48th place ... made spring debut in John Hayt Collegiate Invitational, tying for 69th place at 19-over par 235 (78-78-79) ... teed off in USC Collegiate Invitational and ended up in 56th-place tie at 21-over par 234 (82-75-77) ... participated in Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational, tying for 92nd place at 18-over par 234 (76-76-82) ... closed out freshman season and showed hint of promise to come with tie for 10th place in Irish Invitational at three-over par 143 (69-74) while playing as an individual; opening-round 69 was a season-best.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Earned letters all four prep seasons at La Jolla Country Day School in La Jolla, Calif. ... two-time first-team all-California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) San Diego Section pick (2006, 2007), becoming the first golfer in school history to earn first-team honors ... three-time all-Coastal South League selection ... named Coastal South League Athlete of the Year as a senior (2007) ... twice tapped for San Diego Hall of Champions All-Section Team (2006, 2007) ... tied for 42nd place in 2006 CIF-SCGA Southern California Championship after shooting 75 ... led Country Day to 36 consecutive dual-match wins in league play and four Coastal South League titles ... won Coastal South League medalist honors as a freshman (2004) and was league runner-up as a sophomore (2005) ... was school's all-time match play medalist upon graduation ... shot career-low 29 during nine-hole match play event as a freshman ... also turned in solid career on American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) Tour, posting 75.05 stroke average in seven events with pair of top-10 finishes to his credit ... full name is Connor Daniel Alan-Lee ... middle of three children born to Brett and Lauri Alan-Lee ... comes from athletic family -- brother, Taylor, played soccer at Dartmouth from 2004-06; father, Brett played tennis at San Diego State; and uncle, Scot Brewster, lettered in football at Dartmouth in 1978 ... born June 2, 1988 in San Diego, Calif. ... graduated from the College of Arts and Letters with a psychology degree.