John Streibich

John Streibich


St. Thomas, Virgin Islands

High School:



2006 Summer: Carded rounds of 68 and 71 to finish with a 5-under-par 139 en route to winning the U.S. Amateur Public Links Sectional Qualifier, which was held at the par-72, 7,044-yard Hueston Woods Golf Course • The win advanced him to the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton, Wash. where he missed the cut by a stroke.

2005-06: Honored as the 2006 Atlantic 10 Conference Co-Performer of the year with teammate Jason Kokrak after shooting rounds of 69-71-66 for a total of 10-under-par 206 • Named to the Atlantic 10 All-Conference Team along with Co-Conference winner Jason Kokrak and teammate Andy Pope • Had back-to-back first-place finishes at the Xavier Invitational and the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate with scores of 202 (-14) and 209 (-7), respectively • Shot a season-low 66 (-6) in the final round at the Atlantic 10 Championship • Tied for second with Hall of Famer David von Haefen for Multiple Medalist Honors with three medals • Named to the 2006 PING All-Midwest Region Team • Leads the team shooting average with a 72.14 • Second on the team with 13 rounds under par.

2005 Summer: Competed in the U.S. Public Links Qualifier and the U.S. Amateur Qualifier • Worked in the Pro Shop at Oasis Golf Club, Xavier's home course.

2004-05: Second on the team with eight rounds under par including a 3-under-par 68 on the last day of the Marshall Invitational • Registered four top ten finishes and six top twenty finishes • Shot a 3-under-par 69 to cap off the NCAA Central Regional at Notre Dame • Shot a 2-over-par 218 to finish seventh in the Memphis Intercollegiate and carded a 70 on the last day • Recorded a season-best third place finish at the St. Croix Intercollegiate after shooting rounds of 72-69-72 • Carded rounds of 75-72-72 -- 219 (+3) to finish in fifth place at the Pinehurst Intercollegiate.

2004 Summer: Won the Virgin Islands Amateur and finished third at the Caribbean Amateur • Also won his Club Championship in St. Thomas.

2003-04: His freshman average of 73.24 is a shot better than teammate Neal Grusczynski's freshman record of 74.34 that was set in 2001-02 • A four-time winner of Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week honors • Also won Player of the Week honors once • Xavier's low scorer in a team-high five events • Six Top Ten finishes • Opened his college career with a fourth place finish as he shot a six-under 210 at Mid Pines • Twice shot a season-low 67 (49er and Steve Kerr).

High School: Interscholastic champion in 2002 and 2003 • Fourth place at 2002 World Juniors • 2003 Caribbean Junior Champion • 2003 runner-up at Caribbean Amateur • Made match play finalist at 2002 U.S. Junior as a qualifier • Trinidad/Tabago Open Champion in 2002 • Men's Eastern Caribbean Golf Champion in 2002 • St. Thomas Open Champion in 2000 • St. Croix Open Champion in 2002 • Naples International Junior Champion in 2002 • Shot a record 67 at Dye 4 Course in Dominican Republic • St. Thomas/St. John Male Athlete of the Year.

Personal: A business administration major • Born April 17, 1985 in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.

YearEventsRoundsStrokesAvg.Low RoundLow Trn.Top 10/20U-ParTitles/R-Up
2003-041538278373.2467 (-4)210 (-6)5/7100/1
2004-051131.5232773.8868 (-3)213 (-3)4/680/0
2005-061337266972.1466 (-6)202 (-14)4/9133/0
TOTAL39106.5777973.0466 (-6)202 (-14)13/22313/1