On Moheyer: Will share team captain duties along with fellow senior Scott Ehrlich was one of the Terps top performers as a junior, finishing second on the team in scoring average (73.91) across 13 tournaments a year ago was rated the No. 1 performer in District II during the fall of 2001 a player with the ability to contend for All-ACC and All-America honors has the ability to shoot low numbers finished second on the team for most sub-par rounds (7) during the 2001-02 season a first alternate for the 2002 U.S. Amateur Open competed in the U.S. Amateur in 1999 and 2000.
Fall 2002: Strong fall campaign included a scoring average of 72.2, a pair of top 10 finishes and five sub-par scoring rounds team scoring leader in two of the Terps final three tournaments, including a tie for third at the Baylor Invitational and a tie for fifth at The McLaughlin tied the Maryland single-round record with a 65 at the James Madison Invitational, helping the Terps to a third-place finish posted four rounds in the 60s during the fall.
Spring 2002: Had a 75.05 spring scoring average to finish third on the team had a pair of top 25 finishes tied for 10th at the Rutherford Intercollegiate and tied for 23rd at the ACC Championships (including a four-under 68 in the second round).
Fall 2001: Placed in the top five of three tournaments second at the JMU Invitational with a six-under-par (68-68136), third at the Tillinghast Intercollegiate with a one-over par (70-71141) and fifth at the Temple Invitational with a three-over-par (74-71145) his team-low finish at the Temple Invitational led the Terps to their only team victory of the season tied for first on the team with Corey Brigham with a 71.73 stroke average had two season-low rounds of three-under-par 68, both at the JMU Invitational, helping the Terps to a third-place finish.
2001: Competed in each of the Terps five tournaments turned in two season-best rounds of 69, including one at the Furman Intercollegiate where he finished at two-under-par (69-72-73214), good for fourth place individually, and helped Maryland to a sixth-place finish the other round of 69 came in the second round of the Wofford Invitational, where he finished at seven-over-par and the team placed third overall his 73.4 scoring average was second on the team, two-tenths of a point behind Corey Brigham led the Terps with five even-par rounds, including two each at the ASU Invitational and the ACC Championships finished first on the team and 22nd overall at the ACC Championships at four-over-par (76-7272).
Fall 2000: Terps top golfer during the fall season, competing at all six tournaments and notching four top-10 finishes finished tied for fifth (73-72145) at the Old Dominion/Seascape Collegiate finished in a tie for seventh (74-70144) at the Virginia Commonwealth Fall Preview finished tied for eighth (81-70151) at the Rehoboth Beach Invitational, helping Maryland to a third-place finish placed ninth (74-35109) at the rain-shortened G. Gunby Jordan Intercollegiate, leading Maryland to a fifth-place finish had the Terps top stroke average of 74.67.
2000: Finished tied for 30th (75-77-75227) to help lead Maryland to a first-place finish at the Wofford Invitational finished in a tie for 31st (74-76-76226) at the ACC Championships finished tied for 31st place (73-74147) at the Pepsi Intercollegiate.
Fall 1999: Won the Chattanooga Intercollegiate (70-69-69208) as Maryland also took home the team championship as well finished five-under-par for the tournament shot sub-par rounds on all three days matched his own low score of the tournament with a 69 in the final round to hold off Morehead States Ben Hensley started for the Terps in his first collegiate tournament at the G. Gunby Jordan Intercollegiate at the Calloway Gardens Resort, home of the PGA Tours Buick Challenge tied for 56th (80-75-77232) team finished sixth of 14 schools.
Before Maryland: State runner-up in Ohio in 1998 first-team all-state selection shot a career-low round of 65 on 16th birthday.
Personal: Born on July 11, 1980 son of Jane and Jorge Moheyer majoring in public relations lists his hobby as meeting new people chose to attend Maryland because of the great competition in the ACC.