Height: 6'0"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Davidsonville, Md.
High School: Archbishop Spalding


Fall 2017: Competed in four events with the Terps...competed as an individual in the Janney VCU Shootout and earned a score of 219 (72-75-72), which was +3 (Sept. 18-19)...shot a 222 (74-78-70) in the Tar Heel Intercollegiate, which was +6 (Oct. 8-9)...led Terps and tied for 13th with score of 209 (70-70-69), which was -7, in the Quail Valley Intercollegiate (Oct. 23-24)...earned a score of 238 (73-83-82) in The Battle at Stono Ferry (Nov. 3-4).

Fall 2016: Competed in two events with Maryland...shot a 152 (76-76) in the Tar Heel Intercollegiate, which was +8...shot a 238 (78-77-83), which was +22, in the Kiawah Classic.

Spring 2016: Competed in two events with the Terrapins...earned a score of 231 (73-75-83), which was +21, at the Cleveland Golf Palmetto Invitational...earned a 228 (74-79-75), which was +18, at the Kingsmill Intercollegiate.

Fall 2015: Competed in two events - one with the team and one as an individual...earned a score of 240 (76-85-79), which was +24, at the Janney VCU an individual, finished tied for 41st with a score of 155 (82-73), which was +11, at the Terrapin Invitational.

Before Maryland: Played four years of varsity golf at Archbishop Spalding and helped team to 2014 and 2015 MIAA Championships...won the MIAA Individual Championship three times, in 2012 as a freshman after going 6-1-3 on the year, in 2014 with a record of 8-1 and as a senior in 2015...only the second player in MIAA history to win thee titles...named the Annapolis Capital Gazette Player of the Year in 2015...holds the scoring record in the MIAA Individual Championship...named to th MIAA First Team and Anne Arundel Country First Team all four years...named Player of the Week by the Baltimore Sun and the Annapolis Capital Gazette.

Personal: Parents are Timothy and Kendra Navarro...has two sisters, Julia and Katelyn...biggest sports thrill was playing in the U.S. Amateur Championship...favorite golfer growing up was Arnold Palmer...chose to Maryland because he grew up a Maryland fan and wanted to stay close to home...chose Maryland over Missouri, UNC Charlotte, Elon, Michigan and Illinois...letters and sciences major.

Best score: -7 (Quail Valley Intercollegiate, 2017)
Fewest strokes in a round: 69 (Quail Valley Intercollegiate, 2017)
Lowest 3-round total: 209 (Quail Valley Intercollegiate, 2017)
Best Finish: T13 (Quail Valley Intercollegiate, 2017)

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Interview with Coach Rodenhaver
Interview with Coach Rodenhaver
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