Summer 2008 -- Finished third at the Sahalee Players Championship with scores of 70-72-71--213 (-3) ... Advanced to the quarterfinals of the Pacific Northwest Amateur after winning medalist honors with scores of 65-67--132 (-8) ... Advanced to the finals of the Western Amateur, where he lost 4&2 to Danny Lee, who won the U.S. Amateur ... Tied for fifth at the U.S. Amateur with scores of 72-66--138 (-4) ... His second round U.S. Am score came at Pinehurst No. 2 ... Advanced to the second round where he lost in 20 holes to Charlie Holland of Dallas.
2007-08 -- Earned 3rd Team Golfweek and GCAA All-America honors after tying for 33rd at the NCAA Championship ... Finished the season ranked 22nd by GolfWeek ... All-Pacific Region and 1st Team All-Pac-10 selection ... Won the CS Bakersfield tournament with scores of 68-69-69--206 (-10) ... The win was his first as a collegian ... Ranked second on the team in scoring average (72.5), Top 10 finishes (6), Top 20s (7), rounds under par (15) and rounds under 70 (9) ... Recorded three third place results: the Big Ten/Pac-10 Challenge, the Cougar invite, and the Augusta State tournament.
Summer 2007 -- Advanced to the quarterfinals of the Pacific Northwest Amateur after tying for 27th in stroke play with scores of 72-74--146 (+4) ... Defeated Dean Whitaker, 3 & 2 in the first round ... Beat Corey Steger, 6 & 5 in the second round ... Won 5 & 4 against Ted Whitney in the third round before falling 1-up to Blake Trimble in the quarterfinals.
2006-07 -- Recorded three Top 10s, four Top 20s, 11-sub-par rounds and six rounds under 70 as a sophomore ... Fired a first-round 64 (-8) to take the lead at the NCAA West Regionals before finishing in a tie for 23rd at 207 (-9) ... His first round score ranks in a tie for second for lowest round to par and tied for third for best score in UCLA golf history ... Also tied for fifth at the Big Ten/Pac-10 event and tied for 10th at the USC Invitational ... Closed with a 69 (-3) to tie for 18th at the Southern Highlands Collegiate ... Posted a 67 (-3) in the third round of the NCAA Championship, where he tied for 46th ... Averaged 73.4 with a counter percentage of 77.1.
Summer 2006 -- Tied for ninth at the State Fair Amateur Championship with scores of 67-70-73--210 (-6) at Haggin Oaks CC ... Placed 13th at the Western Amateur with scores of 72-73-69--214 (+4) ... Advanced to the second round of match play at the Western ... Defeated Jamie Lovemark 5 & 4 and lost 5 & 4 to Pablo Martin ... Played the final 54 holes in four-under par at the Porter Cup and tied for 30th with scores of 77-68-69-69 -- 283 (+3).
2005-06 -- Earned 2nd Team GCAA All-America honors after leading the Bruins with a scoring average of 72.1 ... Voted Freshman of the Year in the Pac-10 and earned 1st Team All-Pac-10 honors ... GCAA All-Freshman Team and All-Pacific Region honoree ... Recorded 10 rounds under 70, a team best ... Led the Bruins with four runner-up finishes and 10 Top 10 finishes overall ... Led the Gold Team with a 92% counter ratio ... Placed second at the Mercedes Championships and tied for second at CordeValle, the National Invitation Tournament and at the U.S. Intercollegiate ... Tied for third at The Prestige and at Augusta State ... Tied for 15th at the Pac-10 Championship and tied for 18th at the NCAA East Regional.
Summer 2005 -- Won the California State Fair Amateur on Sept. 5 with scores of 67-70-68--205 (-11) ... Led Team USA to a 12-stroke victory in the Toyota World Junior Golf Cup ... Individually, he won medalist honors with scores of 65-71-64-68--268 (-20) ... Tied for 13th at the Sahalee Players Championship with scores of 73-77-74-76--300 (+12) ... Tied for 21st at the Pacific Coast Amateur with scores of 75-72-72-77--296 (+10).
Junior Golf -- Earned 2nd Team AJGA All-America honors in 2004 and 3rd Team honors in 2003 ...In 2004 he tied for third at the Rolex Tournament of Champions with scores of 74-67-74-68--283 (-5) ... Tied for fourth at the AJGA Polo Championships with scores of 70-70--140 (-2) before falling 4 & 3 in the first round of match play ... Placed third at the AJGA Family Honda/Toyota Junior with scores of 69-70-72--211 (-5) ... Tied for second at the California State Fair Amateur with scores of 69-64-68--201 (-15) ... Placed fourth at the Heather Farr Classic and seventh at the Scott Robinson Invitational ... At the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship, he tied for 56th with scores of 76-76--152 (+12) ... In match play, he advanced to the round of 16 ... In 2003, he won three tournaments on the AJGA and FCWT circuits and recorded five additional Top 10 finishes.
High School -- Lettered three seasons at Nevada Union HS under coach Hank Davidson ... Earned Sacramento Bee Player of the Year honors. Personal -- Chose UCLA for its great academics and athletics ... Enjoys golf because it is a "true test of skill and mental strength" and also because of its "integrity and honesty" ... Lists his biggest thrill as representing the United States in the Japan Cup ... Admires Phil Mickelson ... Enjoys playing the guitar in his spare time ... Favorite class is History ... Has one older sister ... Full name Erik Nathan Flores ... History major.