Scott Travers
Scott Travers
Height: 6-4
Year: RS Senior
Hometown: Trabuco Canyon, Calif.
High School: El Toro

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One of the most accomplished players in SCU history
2010 WCC Player of the Year and NCAA tournament qualifier
Won two collegiate tournament titles
99th California State Amateur Champion

2010 Southern California Golf Association (SCGA) Amateur Champion
2010 Male Amatuer Athlete of the Year, San Jose Sports Hall of Fame

AS A REDSHIRT SENIOR IN 2010-11:  Competed in all 12 events for the Broncos as the lone senior on the team … won the Desert Intercollegiate with a 213 total that included rounds of 74, 70, and 69 (his second collegiate tournament victory) … finished 3rd at the Palouse Cougar Collegiate with the best event total of the season for the SCU golf team of 204 (-12) that included rounds of 67, 71, and season best 66 (-6) … tied for 4th at the St. Mary’s Invitational with rounds of 69, 71, and 77 … finished 9th at the Anteater Invitational with rounds of 71, 70, and 78 … tied for 11th at the Del Walker Intercollegiate shooting 74, 72, and 70 … tied for 18th at the UTA/Waterchase Invitational with rounds of 72, 72, and 74 … tied for 19th at the WCC Championships where he shot 73 and 82 in the first two rounds, but finished strong with a third round 68 … tied for 26th at the Pacific Invitational with rounds of 75, 72, and 69.

AS A REDSHIRT JUNIOR IN 2009-10: Selected as the 2010 West Coast Conference 'Player of the Year' ... named to the All-WCC First Team ... won the 99th California State Amateur Championship in the summer of 2010 ... 2010 Southern California Golf Association (SCGA) Amateur Champion, not only breaking the Amateur's scoring record with a 16-under-par 268, but became the first person since 1942 to win the event concurrently with the California State Amateur ... the previous SCGA Amateur scoring record was 14-under-par 270, which was set by Tiger Woods in 1994 during his first SCGA Amateur win at the par-71 Hacienda Golf Club ... the SCGA Amateur-California State Amateur combo win has only happened three times in the events' simultaneous 99-year history: Dr. Paul Hunter in 1921, George Von Elm in 1925 and Johnny Dawson in 1942 ... finished the fall season ranked 60th nationally by Golf Week and among the NCAA leaders in scoring average (69.4) … tied for 2nd at the Del Walker Intercollegiate with a season best 66 (-4), followed by a 68, and 67 to finish with a very impressive total of 201 … finished 2nd at the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate with rounds of 71, 71, and 69 … finished 3rd at the BancorpSouth Intercollegiate with rounds of 69, 73, and 68 … tied for 4th at the Braveheart Classic with rounds of 79, 69, and 68 … tied for 5th at the Spartan Classic with rounds of 69, 68, and 71 … finished 6th at the Anteater Invitational where he shot 69, 68, and 75 … tied for 6th at the WCC Championships with rounds of 77, 72, and 73 … tied for 7th at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate with rounds of 70, 67, and 70 … tied for 8th at the Turtle Bay Resort College Invitational with rounds of 75, 69, and 70.

 AS A JUNIOR IN 2008-09: Redshirted the season due to health reasons.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2007-08:  Competed in nine of ten events for the Broncos and was very impressive … won the UCI Anteater Invitational with rounds of 68, 68, and 72 (won on a three hole playoff) … tied for 4th at the Fresno State Classic with rounds of 70, 71, and 69 … tied for 6th at the Purple and Red Invitational with two under par rounds of 71 and 70 (two round tournament) … tied for 11th at the UH Hilo Invitational with rounds of 70, 69, and a season low round of 66 … tied for 11th at the SCU Invitational with rounds of 73, 69, and 73 … was named to the All-WCC First Team for the 2007-08 Season ... earned WCC Player of the Month award for his play in March.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2006-07:  Competed in five events for the Broncos as a true freshman … best finish of the year was tying to 21st at the Callaway Golf Invitational with rounds of 72, 74, and 74 … also tied for 43rd at the CordeValle Intercollegiate with rounds of 74, 75, and 69.