Bosdosh shoots 71 for second straight day
Bosdosh, Harris and Warnquist all in the top-10
Maryland travels to North Carolina for two-day tourney
Senior Sean Bosdosh shot an even-par 216
Maryland jumps to fourth after Saturday's play
Fall 2012: Competed in all five fall tournaments... had the second best found average (71.29) in the ACC in the fall...finished four of the five tournaments with scores under par... shot a 2-over 218 (74-73-71) at the Tar Heel Intercollegiate... won the VCU Shootout finishing at 4-under 212 (70-71-71)... won his second straight tournament at the Firestone Invitational shooting a 5-under 139 (69-0)... fired a 1-under 215 (69-76-70) at the Wolfpack Intercollegiate which was good for a piece of fourth place... had another top ten finish at the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate finishing at a 2-under 214 (70-71-73) which was tied for sixth.
Spring 2012: Played in all five spring events...led the team with a 74.13 scoring average...had a team-high four rounds at or below par...closed the spring with a season-low 1-under 215 (70-71-74) to lead the Terps at the ACC Championships...opened the season at The Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate and shot a 227...at the General Hackler Championships at the DeBordieu Club, finished with a team-leading 223...carded a 228 at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate at Bulls Bay Golf Club...fired a 3-over 219 (72-73-74) at the River Landing Intercollegiate at the River Landing Golf Course.
Fall 2011: Played in all five fall tournaments...seven rounds at or below par...carded a 54-hole career-best 5-under 208 (68-72-68) to lead the Terps to a sixth place finish at the Maryland Intercollegiate to open the season, individually finished a season-best sixth...led Maryland with a 2-under 214 (72-72-70) at the VCU Shootout at Hermitage Country Club...finished with 4-over 220 (74-71-75) at the Firestone Invitational...at The Invitational on the Kiawah Island-Ocean Course, carded an 11-over 227...closed the fall with an 11-over 227 at the ODU/OBX Collegiate Invitational.
Spring 2011: Competed in all six spring tournaments...opened the spring season with a team-best 222 at the Cleveland Golf Intercollegiate...tied fo 16th with a two-round 153 at the Penn Quaker Invitational...finished second on the team at the Wolfpack Spring Open with a 148, tied for 13th individually...placed 41st at the ACC Championship with a 9-over 225...tied for 16th at the season-concluding Cavalier Classic with a 6-over 150...ranked tied for 35th in the ACC with an average score of 74.06.
Fall 2010: Competed in all six fall tournaments for Maryland...closed out the season with a 218 (76-70-72) at the Georgetown Invitational...led the Terps to a top-5 finish at the Maryland Intercollegiate with a three-over 216 (71-71-74)...finished the Inviational at Ocean Course with a 3-over 219 (71-71-77), leading the Terps to an 11th-place finish.
Before Maryland: Won the Williamson Cup at the Pete Dye Club in Bridgeport, W. Va., with a 75-68--143 (-1)...named MVP of the Williamson Cup...claimed the crown at the 89th Maryland State Amateur, becoming the youngest amateur golfer to win the tournament...Bosdosh defeated former Terrapin Keith Unikel...ranked as high as No. 31 and is currently ranked 72nd in the world by Polo Golf Rankings...ranked 23rd in the Class of 2010 by Polo Golf Rankingsr...four-time (2007, 08, 09, 10) Most Valuable Player at the Potomac Valley Athletic Conference in high school...in 2009 claimed top-20 spots in all four International Junior Golf Tournaments in which he competed ...in 2008 at the Robert Riley Junior Open, claimed top honors after carding a 147 (75-72).
Personal Information: Son of Steve and Debbie Bosdosh...has three siblings, two attending the University of Maryland, Stacey and Stephen, and Stephanie ...Stephen is also on the Maryland men's golf team...father Steve is a PGA Golf Pro...major is undecided.