|High School:||Bishop McGuinness|
Spring 2016: Competed in three team events...earned a score of 229 (77-74-78), which was +13 at the Puerto Rico Classic...scored a 228 (82-73-73), which was +12 in the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate...earned a score of 163 (81-82), which was +21 at the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate.
Fall 2015: Competed in two team events and two as an individual...made his collegiate debut in the Rod Myers Invitational at Duke and earned a score of 230 (77-73-80), which was +14...competed as an individual in the Janney VCU Shootout and earned a score of 234 (77-78-79), which was +18)...competed as an individual in the Terrapin Invitational and finished tied for 32nd with his +8 score of 152 (76-76)...earned a score of 155 (82-73), which was +11 in the Kiawah Classic.
Before Maryland: Racked up three top-10 finishes and four top-20 finishes with the AJGA...competed at Holy Ghost Preparatory School (Pa.) for freshman and sophomore seasons, then Bishop McGuinness (N.C.) junior and senior seasons...helped Bishop McGuinness to fourth and fifth consecutive conference, regional and state titles in his junior and senior years...as a senior, won North Carolina individual title by nine strokes...won conference as a junior and finished fifth in the state...won the individiual conference title in Pennsylvania as a sophomore...won the Pennsylvania State Junior championship in 2011 and was named Philadelphia Player of the Year in 2011...named an HP Scholastic Junior All-American...named third team All-State by the Tarheel Youth Golf Association...named to the Triad All-Golf Team in 2014...Triad Player of the Year 2015.
Personal: Parents are Clement and Melanie Erhardt...has a brother, Regan...mother played field hockey and lacrosse at Towson...father played rugby at Loyola (Md.)...won the Spanish Award twice at Holy Ghost...member of NHS and on Principals' List all four years...came to Maryland because of the Big Ten and the Smith School of Business...chose Maryland over Penn State, NC State, UNCG, Elon, Wisconsin and James Madison...accounting and finance major.
ERHARDT'S CAREER BESTS
Best score: +8 (Terrapin Invitational, 2015-16)
Fewest strokes in a round: 73, 3X (last at Hootie at Bulls Bay, 2015-16)
Lowest 3-round total: 228 (Hootie at Bulls Bay, 2015-16)
Best Finish: T32 (Terrapin Invitational, 2015-16)