Summer 2006 -- Tied for 26th at the California State Amateur with scores of 72-75-76--223 and missed the cut for match play.
2005-06 -- Recorded two Top 10 and five Top 20 finishes in nine appearances ... Best result was second at the Pala Mesa Invite on scores of 72-70-71--213 (-3) ... Tied for fifth at the Chico State Invite with scores of 69-73-75--217 (+1) ... Tied for 11th at the Cowboy Classic with scores of 68-73-71--212 (+2) ... Tied for 18th at the Cougar Invite and at the Battle of Monarch Bay ... Earned a spot on the Director's Honor Roll in the Winter and Spring quarters.
Summer 2005 -- Advanced to the third round of match play at the North and South Amateur ... Defeated Patton Kizzire in 20 holes in the first round ... Beat Bradley Wilder 6 and 5 in the second round ... Fell 4 and 3 to Ryan Posey in the third round ... Tied for 29th at the Porter Cup with scores of 71-70-71-70--282 (+2) ... Tied for 34th at the Sahalee Players Championship ... Shot 142 at the SCGA GC in Murietta on July 28 to earn alternate status for the U.S. Amateur.
2004-05 -- Tied for first at the Gold Rush with scores of 69-68-68--205 (-11) ... His score of 205 ranks in a tie for fifth among all-time 54-hole scores in UCLA history ... Tied for fourth at the Pac-10/Big-10 Challenge with scores of 73-72--145 (+1) ... Recorded seven rounds under par ... Three-time member of the Director's Honor Roll.
Summer 2004 -- Won the California State Fair Amateur Championship with scores of 67-65-68--200 (-16) ... Eagled the final hole to beat teammates Chris Heintz and Erik Flores ... Won four Golden State Tour events: the Temecula Valley Amateur (70-70--140), Landmark (63-67--130, -14), Temecula Creek (66-70--134, -8) and at El Camino CC (67-68--135, -9) ... Also participated in the John Elway Celebrity Pro-Am.
2003-04 -- Won the Carson Daly Invitational with a 54-hole total of 209 (-4) ... Posted rounds of 66-71-72 and won by one shot ... Also recorded two other Top 10 finishes: fourth place at the Anteater Invitational and tie for ninth at the SCU Invitational ... Played the final 36-holes in five-under par at the Wyoming Cowboy Classic to tie for 13th place ... At the Cowboy Classic he started slow in the second round and then birdied 10 of his final 15 holes for a career-best score of 66 (-4) ... Posted six rounds under par, including five rounds under 70 and a pair of 66s ... Played as the sixth man for the Bruins in the Pac-10 Championship and tied for 46th.
Summer 2003 -- Tied for 18th at the Club Corp Junior at Mission Hills with scores of 71-75-72 -- 218 (+2) ... Tied for eighth at the Polo Golf Jr. Classic at Walt Disney World Resort with scores of 72-69 --141 (-2) ... Lost in the first round of match play ... Tied for 36th at the Rolex Tournament of Champion at Chateau Elan Resort with scores of 76-71-76-74 -- 297 (+9).
High School -- Lettered four years in golf and two years in soccer as a midfielder at La Costa Canyon HS ... Played for Coach Steve Armstrong in golf and Coach Apollo Rios in soccer ... Selected the 2003 and 2002 Player of the Year in golf for San Diego County ... Led La Costa Canyon to the 2003 CIF Championship ... Voted 2002 San Diego Hall of Champions Athlete of the Year ... Earned First-Team All-Avacado League, All-San Diego County, CIF and State honors ... Finished eighth in the 2002 Jr. World Golf Championships ... Earned 2002 AJGA Polo All-America honors and was ranked 26th nationally by GolfWeek/Titleist.
Personal -- Youngest of three sons whose parents are Stephen and Dorothy Campbell ... Chose UCLA because of the combination of athletics and academics ... Plays golf because of "the mental challenge" ... His biggest athletic thrill was winning the United States Cup in soccer when he was 13 ... Enjoys soccer in his spare time ... Admires professional golfer Phil Mickelson ... History major.