Recent Notre Dame graduate represents Irish on conference's all-academic team
Notre Dame ends final day with a 303 score for a 911 three-day total
Notre Dame completed its second round of the conference tournament on Saturday
Notre Dame players pick up three shots in final two holes to enter tournament's top 10
Notre Dame, 11 conference foes to compete for conference championship this weekend
Images of the Fighting Irish during their run to another BIG EAST title.
AS A SENIOR: Started seven tournaments during senior season … 75.85 stroke average over 20 total rounds as a member of the Notre Dame starting five … clip of .850 (17-for-20) in rounds scored that counted toward the team total … logged best finish, a tie for 33rd place, at the Fighting Irish Golf Classic (Sept. 28-30) ... carded a season-low score of two-under-par 70 during the second round of the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate (Oct. 25-26) … fired a spring-low 70 during the first round of the Mason Rudolph Championship (April 3-5), ultimately tying for 40th place at 224 (70-79-75) … shared 52nd place at the ACC Championship (April 24-26) after posting a tournament score of 230 (76-78-76).
AS A FRESHMAN: Competed in three tournaments for the Irish during first year, entering as an individual competitor in two events before cracking the rotation at The Match Play (Feb. 13-14) ... concluded the year with a stroke average of 76.40 ... began collegiate career at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic (Sept. 26-27) during the fall, finishing tied for 42nd with a 227 (+17) ... after posting matching 76's (+6), ended tournament with best round of the event after carding a 75 (+5) ... entered the starting lineup to begin the spring calendar, posting a 3-1 match-play record in helping the Irish capture The Match Play title ... ended season as an individual competitor at the Battle at the Warren (Apr. 22) ... finished the event tied for 24th at 155 (+13) at the end of the 36-hole event.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Four-year letter winner in golf while attending Paul VI Catholic High School ... earned national ranking in each of four seasons ... ranked as the 39th-best prospect in the class of 2011 according to Golfweek ... named team MVP each of first three seasons with the team ... named to all-state team during all four years with team, while claiming All-America honors during his senior year ... named to 2011 Washington Post all-metropolitan team for third time after claiming 2011 Virginia State Catholic individual championship for third time in senior year ... biggest thrills to-date including winning first AJGA golf tournament in August 2010 wire-to-wire by one shot and recording a double eagle (2) on a par five during a high school match ... claimed a top-20 finish at the 2011 Scott Robertson tournament ... earned medalist honors at 2010 AJGA event at Kingsmill, carding a five-under par score of 208, including a first-round 68 (-4) ... won 2009 conference championship with two-over par 144 ... finished third at 2010 Optimist International Championship with four-round total of 287 (-1) ... named to 2010 AJGA HP Junior Scholastic All-American Team ... named Salutatorian of graduating class ... member of both the National Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society ... took part in Student Ambassadors, Spanish Club and Peer Mentoring ... son of Craig and Betty Lou Wingo ... born in Fairfax, Va. ... has one brother, Justin ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business, majoring in finance with a minor in economics.
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