Andy Pope
Andy Pope

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Glen Ellyn, Ill.

High School:
Glen Bard West

Height:
5-10


2005 Summer: Earned low amateur honors and finished fifth place overall in the Illinois Open with a 3-under-par 213.

2004-05: Posted three top ten finishes in the spring including a third place finish at the Pinehurst Intercollegiate • Turned in a career-low rounds of 66 (-6) in the third round of the Xavier Invitational and matched that with another 66 at the Marshall Invitational • Recorded seven rounds below par with four of those rounds coming in the spring season • Tied for 72nd with rounds of 74-74-75 at the NCAA Central Regional at Notre Dame • His third place finish at Pinehurst started a string of three straight top-seven finishes as Pope carded rounds of 72-66-71 -- 208 for a fourth place finish at the Marshall Invitational and shot a 1-over 217 (68-76-73) for a seventh place finish at the Bruce Fossum-Taylor Made Invitational.

2004 Summer: Placed 15th in the Illinois Open and 16th in the Illinois Amateur after firing rounds of 73-73-75-69.

2003-04: The 2004 Atlantic 10 Individual Champion • Won medalist honors at the conference tournament on the first playoff hole after shooting an even-par 216 through 54 holes • Fired a below par score in three of his last five rounds of the year • Three Top-Ten finishes • Eight rounds below par and four at even par for the season • Low round of the year was a 68 with the JV team in the Hoosier Invitational.

2003 Summer: Medalist at Chicago District Amateur with a 139 • Qualified for Western Amateur.

2002-03: Only freshman on NCAA Team • Runner-up at the Atlantic 10 Tournament with a 216 • Led A-10s with a one-under 70 in the first round and with a one-over 143 after 36 holes • Finished one stroke behind the medalist • The score of 216 was his season-low • Fired a 217 at the Wolverine in the fall • Played in every event in the spring • Placed in the Top 20 three times • Shot five rounds of 72 or lower this season.

High School: 2001 Polo All-America Honorable Mention • 2002 Illinois Junior Player of the Year • Won Indiana AJGA Classic with a 208 • 2001 Illinois State Junior Amateur runner-up • Ranked No. 1 in state by Chicago Sun Times • Won 2001 Illinois Tournament of Champions • Named All-State • Shot school record 68.

Personal: An organizational communications major • Born March 3, 1984 in Glen Ellyn, Ill.

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