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  Breene Murphy
Breene Murphy

Player Profile
Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Los Alamitos, CA

High School:
Los Alamitos

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 180

R/L:
Right

Summer of 2003 -- Tied for 17th at the SCGA Amateur with rounds of 72-75-75-78--300, 12-over par.

2002-03 -- Redshirted the season ... Earned a spot on the Director's Honor Roll all three quarters.

Summer 2002 -- Tied for third in the Long Beach Men's City Championship with scores of 73-67-72--212, four-under par.

2001-02 -- Earned Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 honors after capturing seventh place ... Posted rounds of 72-73-73-71--289, one-over par ... Finished 15th with a final round 69 in the Oregon tournament ... Tied for 17th in his first collegiate event, the 49er Classic ... Averaged 74.2 in 28 rounds with five rounds under par and three in the 60s ... Best round of 68 was posted in the final round of the Cleveland Classic where he tied for 33rd ... Eighty-six percent (24 of 28) of his eligibile rounds were used in team scoring.

High School -- Lettered four years in golf for coach Al Gragnano at Los Alamitos HS ... Won the 2001 Sunset League championship and served as team captain for two years ... Won the FCWT Western Junior Shootout in February, 2001, with scores of 68-74, two-under par ... Also finished third in the AJGA Arizona Junior Classic at The Raven in April, posting rounds of 68-69--137, seven-under par ... In August, 2001, he tied for fourth at the AJGA Legendary Headgear event at the Auld Course in Chula Vista with scores of 70-69-73--212, four-under par ... In 2000, he placed second at the AJGA Nabisco Mission Hills event with scores of 69-71-68--208, eight-under par ... Sank a 12-foot birdie putt on the final hole to force a playoff in the 2000 AJGA Compaq event at Trophy Lake before finishing second ... Posted rounds at Trophy Lake of 73-73-71--217, one-over par.

Personal -- Entered UCLA in the Fall of 2001 as a sophomore academically with 39 units ... High school grade point average of 4.0 ... Chose UCLA because of his relationship with the players on the team ... Enjoys golf because it offers a good combination of mental and physical challenges ... Has one brother ... International Development Studies major.

Career Statistics


‹ UCLA Men's Golf


Year

App.

Rds

Victories

Top 10

Top 20

Rnds < 70

Rnds < Par

Avg.

Low

2001-02

9

28

0

1

3

3

5

74.2

68