|Hometown:||Ann Arbor, MI|
Solid first year with the Eagles, competing in eight tournaments and totaling 19 rounds of play ... No. 3 on the squad in scoring average with a 76.2 strokes-per-round mark ... Was tabbed as the UAA Rookie of the Year and garnered first team all-conference recognition after posting a fifth-place finish at the league championship with a two-over par effort of 146 (73-73) ... Earned a berth on the Georgia Cup All-State Team ... Low round of the campaign was a 68 on the second day of action at the Marine Federal Credit Union Championship ... Captured UAA Player of the Week honors after playing as an individual at the Wynlakes Wynternationals (Mar. 5-6), tying for fifth place out of 47 players with a score of 151 (77-74) ... Named the UAA Player of the Week for a second time following a strong effort at the Emory Spring Invitational (Apr. 9-10) after leading the team and ranking fifth out of 96 entries with a 36-hole performance of one-over par 145 (73-72) with his second-round effort representing the lone Emory player to reach par on the day ... Good outing at the Jekyll Island Invitational (Mar. 16-18) with his 54-hole total of 221 (77-71-73) placing 31st in the 150-player field ... Carded Emory's best score during the second round at the NCAA D-III Championships with an even-par 72 on the 6,950-yard Los Colinas Course at the Mission Inn Resort in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla.
Four-year member of the golf program at Huron High School where he was coached by Dee Drake ... Three-year captain of his squad ... First Team All-State selection as a senior ... Took home medalist honors at the Southeastern Conference Championships for two straight years, winning in a playoff his senior year, and helped his squad to back-to-back conference titles ... Three-time all-conference honoree ... 2011 district champion ... Tied for medalist honors at the state regional championship and spearheaded his team's first-place peformance ... Averaged 73.0 strokes per round his final year ... Qualified to play in the Trusted Choice Big "I" National Championship to be held in Madison, Miss., in the summer of 2011.
Son of Richard and Caroline Wunderlich ... Also competed on his high school's swim team.