Brandt Snedeker

Senior 6-0, 190

Nashville, TN

Montgomery Bell Academy

2001-2002 Season
Named Second-Team All-America by the Golf Coaches Association of
America...Top individual and tied for third overall at the NCAA East
Regional...Only the second Commodore men's player ever to advance to the
NCAA Championship and the first in the "modern era"...Finished the NCAA
Championship tied for 23rd place with an even-par score of 284...Posted nine
Top-10 and seven Top-6 finishes in his 14 tournaments this past
season...Named First-Team All-SEC...Tied for 12th at the SEC Championship,
leading the Commodores to a best-ever fourth-place tie at the league
tournament...Finished fourth in the SEC and first on the team with a 71.29
stroke average, improving from his 72.83 average last season...Best
performance came at The Intercollegiate at Finley, where he tied for third
place with an 11-under-par 205...Best finish was at the Mercedes-Benz
Collegiate Championship, where he tied for second with a four-under-par
212...Twice posted a team-best round of 66, one in the second round of the
Mason Rudolph Championship and one in the first round of The Intercollegiate
at Finley...Joined Mark Donnell as the only two Commodores to compete in all
12 of Vanderbilt's tournaments.

2000-2001 Season
Enjoyed perhaps the best season to date of any Vanderbilt golfer in the
history of the program©First Vanderbilt men's golfer ever to qualify for
NCAA Regional play©Ranked 99th in the nation by Golfweek.com at season's
end©Earned Second-Team All-SEC honors©Shot a career best 6-under-par 210 at
the NCAA East Regionals, tying for 10th and losing a sudden death playoff to
Leif Olson of Duke for the right to play in the NCAA Championships.©Bettered
his stroke average (72.83) by more than a full stroke from his freshman
campaign© Scored a 69 on the final day of the Cleveland Intercollegiate to
finish the tournament at 3-under-par, good for a tie for fifth© Tied for
third place at the Desert Willow with a 5-under 211© Posted a 67 on the
second day of the Gator Invitational for the lowest round of any Commodore
last season© Paced Vanderbilt golfers in eight of 11 tournaments.

1999-2000 Season
SEC Freshman of the Year candidate©His seventh-place finish at the SEC
Championships was the best for a Commodore since 1986©Led team with a 73.86
stroke average©Team's top performer in three tournaments©Led team with four
top-10 finishes©Best finish was fifth at the Alabama Spring
Invitational©Best 54-hole score was a 211 at the Alabama Spring
Invitational©Low round was a 68 in the first round of the Alabama Spring

One of eight collegiate golfers chosen to represent the United States in the
2002 USA vs. Japan Collegiate Golf Championship...Teamed with Arizona junior
Chris Nallen to defeat Riki Ikeda and Kiyota Taichiro of Japan in first day
action at the USA vs. Japan matches...Fired a round of 65 to surpass The
Glen Club course record by three shots on the second day of the USA vs.
Japan tournament...Helped lead the USA to a narrow 31-29 victory over Japan
by going a perfect 3-0 in his matches vs. Japan...Qualified for the 2001
U.S. Amateur Championship in Owensboro, Ky., his second straight appearance
in the event© Advanced to the semifinals in the North-South Amateur at
Pinehurst in July 2001© Placed in the top 10 at the Monroe Invitational in
June 2001 after shooting a career low round of 63© AJGA Honorable Mention
All-American in 1999©Won the 1998 AJGA Music City Challenge, shooting a
5-under-par 211©Qualified for the 1998 U.S. Junior, advancing to match play
©Posted a top-20 finish at the 1998 Maxfli National Championship©Recorded a
top-20 finish at the 1998 AJGA Greensboro Junior©Won 1999 Nashville Metro
Amateur©Posted a top-10 finish and was the fifth-lowest amateur at the 1999
Men's State Open.

High School
No. 1 recruit in Tennessee in 1999©Two-time Tennessee state
champion©Two-time Tennessee State Junior Player of the Year©Member of the
Tennessee Tri-State Team for three years in a row.

Recipient of the Toby S. Wilt Scholarship©Major is Communications©Has five
holes-in-one to his credit, most recent of which was sunk at Knollwood
Country Club in September 2000© Older brother Haymes was a four-year
letterman at Ole Miss in golf and earned a First-Team All-SEC berth in
1997-98. Haymes now serves as an assistant coach while he attends law school
at his alma mater©Born December 8, 1980©Son of Larry and Candice Snedeker.

Off the Course With the Commodores
Favorite Golfer: Payne Stewart
Favorite Non-Golf Athlete: Jim Brown
Favorite Golf Course: Pinehurst No. 2
Favorite Tournament Played: USA vs. Japan Team Cup matches
Favorite Professional Golf Tournament: The Masters
Favorite Professional Sports Team: St. Louis Cardinals
Favorite Non-Sports Movie: Tommy Boy
Favorite Sports Movie: Caddyshack
Favorite Candy: Big League Chew
Favorite City: Savannah, Ga.
Favorite late-night snack: Krystal burger
Favorite Book: To Kill a Mockingbird
One word that describes you: Driven
Most treasured possession: Signed picture from Arnold Palmer
My favorite non-golf sport is: College football

Year-By-Year Tournament Scores
1999-2000 Tournaments Finish Scores Par
G. Gunby Jordan T31 75-74-77=226 +10
Kiawah Island T50 74-78=152 +8
Cavalier Classic T32 73-74-75=222 +6
Windon Memorial T10 73-69-77=219 +6
Pepperdine STRATA T32 77-73-78=228 +12
Real Del Mar Classic T11 73-78-72=223 +7
Gator Invitational T40 70-72-75=217 +7
Mercedez-Benz T52 75-85-72=232 +16
Seminole Classic T25 73-73-73-219 +3
Alabama Spring Invitational 5 68-70-73=211 -5
Billy Hitchcock T10 72-77-71=220 +4
SEC Championship 7 70-75-71=216 E
2000-2001 Tournaments Finish Scores Par
Windon Memorial 11 69-73-75=217 +1
Cleveland Int. T5 72-72-69=213 -3
Louisiana Int. T14 71-72-75=218 +2
Desert Willow T3 71-71-69=211 -5
Gator Invitational T32 70-70-69=212 +2
Mercedes-Benz T58 80-76-73=229 +13
Seminole Collegiate T12 75-73-72=220 +4
Alabama Spring 7 72-72-76=220 +4
The Intercollegiate T40 73-80-71=224 +8
SEC Championships T42 76-75-76=227 +17
NCAA East Regionals T10 72-69-69=210 -6
2001-2002 Tournaments Finish Scores Par
US Naval Academy Invitational T4 69-72=141 -1
Mason Rudolph Championship T3 73-66-67=206 -4
The Adams Cup T23 73-75-71=219 +8
Tennessee Tournament of Champions T6 73-68-69=210 E
CC of Louisianna Intercollegiate T19 73-76-68=217 +1
Rice Intercollegiate 9 77-72-70=219 +3
Mercedez-Benz Collegiate Championship T2 74-69-69=212 -4
Coastal Carolina Invitational T4 73-70-71=214 -2
Conrad Rehling Spring Invitational T9 75-68-69=212 -1
Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate T28 74-75-74=223 +7
The Intercollegiate at Finley T3 66-68-71=205 -11
SEC Championship T12 73-74-71=218 +8
NCAA East Regional T3 70-72-72=214 -2
NCAA Championship T23 69-70-72-73=284 E
Career Totals
Year Rounds Strokes Stroke Avg.
1999-2000 35 2585 73.86
2000-2001 36 2622 72.83
2001-2002 42 2994 71.29
Totals: 113 8201 72.58



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