Fall 2003: Posted five top-10 finishes in his five fall events for the Terps... best individual finish was a third-place to help Maryland win The McLaughlin at Bethpage Red... posted 68-68-70 to finish at 206, his best 18-hole and 54-hole totals of the fall schedule... led Maryland with T8th finish at the Adams Cup at 71-76-74--221... also led Terps in opening event of year, carding 1-under-par 143 to finish T8th at Cleveland Golf / Kiawah Island Intercollegiate... finished fall with five under-par rounds and placed second in scoring average at 71.8 in fall, behind only Dan MacDonald... score was counted for the Terps in all 13 fall rounds.
Spring 2003: Ended the 2002-03 season as the Terps' scoring leader with a stroke average of 73.8 over 10 tournaments ... led team in scoring in four tournaments, matching freshman John Eades for the team high ... posted a team-high four top-10 finishes, including two in the spring (1st at the Wofford Invitational, T5 at the Rutherford Invitational) ... at the Wofford Invitational, carded back-to-back 69s at the Carolina Country Club for a six-under total of 138 to win by five shots.
Fall 2002: Team's scoring leader although his fall campaign was cut short when he contracted mononucleosis ... did not participate in the team's final two fall tournaments ... in three tournaments covering eight rounds, he posted a team-best 72.0 scoring average and a pair of top 10 finishes ... best finish was a tie for fourth at the James Madison Invitational, when he carded rounds of 65-70-71 for a seven-under total of 206 ... his 65 in the opening round tied the single-round Terrapin record ... in the following tournament, he shot rounds of 72-70 to finish in a tie for eighth at The McLaughlin.
Spring 2002: Competed in all eight spring tournaments ... had a 75.38 spring scoring average to rank fifth on the team ... was the Terps' top finisher at the NCAA Central Regional in Little Rock, shooting a seven-over-par 223 to tie for 45th place ... his highest finish of the spring was a tie for 19th at the Rutherford Intercollegiate.
Fall 2001: Competed in all five competitions during the fall season ... recorded a season-low 70 in the third round of the Kiawah Island Intercollegiate ... finished tied for 30th at four-over-par (75-75--70) at the Kiawah Island Intercollegiate Tournament, helping the team to a fifth-place finish ... his other under-par round came at the Seascape College Golf Invitational where he shot a first-round one-under-par (71).
Spring 2001: Recorded a season-best sixth-place, two-over-par (74-72--146) at the Birkdale Collegiate, where he helped the Terps to a fourth-place finish ... shot a season-low 70 in the first round of the Furman Intercollegiate ... went on to shoot five-over-par (70-75-76--221) as the team tied for sixth place ... finished among the Terps' three lowest scores in each of the five spring tournaments.
Fall 2000: Competed at five of the Terps' six tournaments, notching the team's fourth-best stroke average of 76.52 ... finished tied for 24th (75-37--112) at the rain-shortened G. Gunby Jordan Intercollegiate, helping Maryland to a fifth-place finish ... finished tied for 24th at the Old Dominion/Seascape Collegiate, helping the team to a sixth-place finish.
Before Maryland: Four-time all-state and all-conference performer ... 2000 All-American selection by the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) and 2000 Connecticut Player of the Year ... led Simsbury High School to a record of 116-3-1 during his four years there ... also lettered in basketball for four years
Personal: Born on Sept. 9, 1982 ... son of Christine and James Kane ... majoring in education ... recruited by Virginia, Charleston, Memphis and Georgia Tech ... hobbies include tennis and basketball ... has one brother, Alex (16), and one sister, Chelsea (10).