CB&T SA of the Week: M-Golf's Todd Baek
Aztecs Earn Invites To College All-America Golf Classic
Men's Golf's Final-Round Rally Comes Up Short
Men's Golf Tied For Third At Alister MacKenzie Invite
Aztec Men's Golf Concludes Fall Schedule In Bay Area
Fall: Played in each of the three fall events, posting a stroke average of 70.87 ... All nine of his rounds counted toward the team score ... Had seven even-par or better rounds, including three in the 60s ... Was 15th at his first collegiate tournament at the Husky Invitational ... Along with Alex Kang, became the first two Aztecs to ever break the 200-mark in a 54-hole tournament with a 15-under 198 at the Alister MacKenzie Invite ... Tied for second out of 80 golfers and fired a second-round 65, which is the best 18 holes of his career thus far.
High School: A two-time player of the year at Orewa High School in Auckland, New Zealand ... Carded a top-10 finish at the North Island U-19 Amateur Championship ... Won the Secondary Match Play Championship and shot a course-record 61 ... Played at Rancho Bernardo High School in San Diego after moving to the U.S. ... Fired a 71 and 67 to win the San Diego Junior Amateur in December 2008 ... Won the San Diego Junior Masters with a 5-under 139 ... Garnered first-team all-CIF accolades ... Earned Player of the Year honors in the North County and the Palomar League during his senior campaign ... Finished seventh in qualifying for the U.S. Amateur.
Personal: Woohyun Baek was born in Seoul, South Korea, on Oct. 6, 1991 ... Son of Charlie and Stella Baek ... Also considered USC, Oregon, Michigan and Michigan State ... Enjoys basketball ... A scholar-athlete.