Fall 2004: Finished with a 74.1 scoring average that included three sub-par rounds. Tied for the team's low 18 holes of the fall season with an opening-round 67 at the Rutgers Invitational... Followed with a 74 to finish at 1-under 141 and a T5th individual finish as the Terps placed second as a team... Marked his best individual finish of the fall season... Tied for 23rd to match teammate John Eades for low-Terp honors at the James Madison Invitational... Shot 68-74-74--216 in Harrisonburg, Va.
Spring 2004: Finished third on the team in scoring average for both the spring (76.2) and entire 2003-04 seasons (75.9)... Had 22 of 25 rounds count toward the team total in the spring and 30 of 36 over the entire year... Tied for sixth at the rain-shortened Rehoboth Beach Invitational with a 75... Finished second on the team and T68th overall with a 79-73-73--225 at the NCAA East Regional at Yale... Was 38th overall with 10-over-par 226 (77-77-72) at the ACC Championship, also second on the team... Best 18-hole total of the spring season were five different rounds of 71.
Fall 2003: Posted scoring average of 75.5 during four fall appearances... eight of his 11 rounds of the fall were counted in team scores... best finish of the fall was T28th at the Adams Cup of Newport with 76-72-79--227... best round was an even-par 71 in the second round of the James Madison Invitational... scored 74-71-74--219 for 6-over-par total and T35th finish in Harrisonburg, Va... finished T40th to help Maryland to team championship at The McLaughlin at Bethpage Red... had rounds of 73-75-75--223 at The McLaughlin.
Spring 2003: Played in three tournaments for Maryland during the spring... finished with 78.8 scoring average in nine rounds... best 18 holes came with second-round 66 at the Rutherford Invitational at Penn State... round was sandwiched around 77s as he finished T27th with 4-over-par 220 total... member of Maryland squad that played in NCAA East Regional at Auburn, posting 82-75-77--234 for a tie for 109th.
Fall 2002: One of three Terps to participate in all five fall competitions ... posted a scoring average of 76.7 ... best finish came in the Terps' team victory at the Temple Invitational, when he shot rounds of 72-74--146 to finish in a tie for ninth place ... low round of the fall came in the final round of the James Madison Invitational when he shot a 69 on the par-71 Lakeview Golf Club Course.
Spring 2002: Finished second on the squad with a 74.48 spring scoring average ... tied for the team lead with three top 10 finishes ... carded a 69 in the final round of the ACC Championships, a round which included eight birdies ... finished tied for third at the Colonial Intercollegiate, ninth at the Rutherford Intercollegiate and tied for 25th at the Birkdale Intercollegiate.
Fall 2001: In his first semester at Maryland, competed in all five fall tournaments ... finished fourth on the team with a 75.1 stroke average ... finished eighth individually in the Temple Invitational at six-over-par (74-74), helping Maryland to a team victory ... best round was an even-par first round performance at the Seascape Invitational, en route to a four-over-par finish.
Before Maryland: Earned four varsity letters in men's golf and ice hockey at Upper St. Clair High School ... 2000 Pennsylvania State High School state champion ... Highly recruited golfer from western Pennsylvania who tied a state record held by Jim Furyk while winning the 2000 Pennsylvania High School Championships ... team's sole newcomer with a tremendous junior record ... three-time all-section team member ... two-time Observer Reporter Golfer of the Year ... two-time Western Pennsylvania Junior Champion ... 2001 Athlete of the Year nominee ... 2001 YMCA Scholar Athlete.
Personal: Son of Val and Bob MacWhinnie ... lists music, reading and movies among his hobbies ... recruited by Ohio State, Notre Dame and Winthrop ... chose to attend Maryland because of the competitive athletics and academics program ... lists Tiger Woods as favorite athlete because of his work ethic and determination ... has one sister, Kelly , who is a freshman on the Maryland's women's team.