TAMU Men's Golf BIO
For the fourth consecutive year garnered a spot on the PING All-Central Region Team, selected by the Golf Coaches Association of America … has participated in all 14 tournaments as a member of the line-up this season … maintained a 73.07 scoring average while tying for the team-lead with 16 rounds of par or lower … recorded six top-20 finishes while cracking the top-10 three times … low round on the season was a 67 during the PING-Golfweek Preview … has carded seven rounds of 69 or lower … finished the Carmel Cup at 2-under par (221) … notched back-to-back top-20 placings at the Kikkor Golf Husky Invitational (221, +5) and the PING-Golfweek Invitational (213, +3), ending play in ties for 15th and 16th, respectively … recorded his highest finish and lowest 54-hole total of the year at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate (209, -4), where he earned a tie for sixth … notched tie for ninth at the John Burns Intercollegiate (221, +5) … ended play at the Don Puckette NIT at even par (216) in a tie for 22nd … finished in the top 10 at the Hootie Bulls Bay Invitational (219, +3), tying for seventh place … second highest placing Aggie at the SEC Championship (215, +5), ending play in a tie for 12th ... opened the NCAA Tempe Regional (211, +1) with a first-round 68 before finishing in 29th place … carded a second-round 69 en route to finishing in a tie for 60th at the NCAA Championship (213, +3).
For the third consecutive season earned All-American accolades as he was an honorable mention selection by PING/Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) and Golfweek ... named the Aggies' Most Valuable Player in a vote by his teammates ... a PING All-Central Region and All-Big 12 selection ... season was cut short prematurely by a back injury that caused him to miss the postseason ... competed in 12 tournaments, leading the team with a 72.06 stroke average ... recorded a team-high 18 par or better rounds ... posted eight top-20 and five top-10 finishes ... ended tournaments at or below par seven times ... 30 of 33 rounds (91 percent) counted toward team total ... finished in the top three in both tournaments in November, earning Big 12 Golfer of the Month honors ... finished second at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate (205, -8), leading A&M to the team title ... placed third days later at the Amelia Island Intercollegiate (211, -5) in Florida ... tied for ninth with an even-par 213 at the prestigious Western Refining Collegiate All-American in El Paso ... opened the spring with a 13th-place showing at the John Burns Intercollegiate in Hawai'i (215, -1), one of five top-15 finishes in the semester ... shot a 4-under 209 at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate in March in Austin, good for a fourth-place finish ... finished ninth at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate (216, E) in South Carolina ... carded a 2-under 214 at The Woodlands All-American Intercollegiate in April ... closed his season with a 10-over 226 at the Aggie Invitational at Traditions Club to finish 15th ... low round on the year was 65, coming in the second round of the season-opening Lone Star Invitational in San Antonio ... totaled eight sub-70 rounds on the year ... had five of the team's eight lowest rounds this season.
Named an honorable mention PING All-American by the Golf Coaches Association of America ... a PING All-Central Region selection ... one of two Aggies (Russell) to appear in all 13 tournaments ... stroke average of 72.46 was third-best on team ... posted 7 top-20 and 4 top-10 finishes ... back-to-back third-place showings at the NCAA Arizona Regional and NCAA Championships ... carded a 1-under 215 at the NCAA finals in Stillwater, as third-place showing was the highest by an Aggie at the event in school history ... fired a 6-under 207 at Regionals, the second-lowest score by strokes at the event in school history ... also had a fourth-place showing at the Topy Cup of Japan (208, -8) ... 33 of 39 rounds (85 percent) counted towards team total ... totaled 17 par or better and six sub-70 rounds ... fired a school-record tying 63 (-9) in the final round of the Kikkor Golf Husky Invitational in September outside Seattle ... finished in a tie for sixth at the tourney (213, -3), which was played just a few miles from his hometown ... placed 11th (290, +10) at most recent outing, the Big 12 Championship, at Prairie Dunes in Hutchinson, Kan. ... tied for 12th at the Aggie Invitational (221, +5) at Traditions Club in April ... played 14th at the U.S. Collegiate Championship (216, E) in the fall outside Atlanta ... finished 21st at the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate (225, +9) in February, 23rd at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate (143, +1) in November, and 25th at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters (224, +8) in Las Vegas in March ... was 1-2-1 at the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship in March ... defeated Pacific's Patrick Kucich (1 up) and halved UCLA's Connor Driscoll ... losses came on the final hole to Georgia Tech and the 17th hole to Illinois ... played in the prestigious U.S. Amateur Championships in August at Chambers Bay outside Seattle ... tied for 24th in stroke play with a 2-over 145 ... fell in first round of match play.
Named honorable mention All-America and an All-Region honoree by PING as a true freshman ... crowned the team's Newcomer of the Year ... competed in all 13 tournaments, finishing third on the squad with a 72.53 stroke average ... posted 24 par or better rounds, tied for tops on the team, with a low of 67 (twice) ... had two top-five and five top-10 finishes ... shot a 2-under 214 (71-72-71) to finish 11th and lead the Aggies to a second-place at the NCAA Central Regional at Traditions Club ... placed in the top 20 at the NCAA Championship, firing a 2-under 214 to finish in a tie for 18th (70-72-72) ... highest spring finish was 10th at the Linger Longer Invitational (79-70-69=218) ... tied for second at the Baylor Intercollegiate (71-70-68=209) ... placed fifth at the PING/Golfweek Preview (76-71-72=219).
One of the most accomplished athletes ever to sign with A&M in any sport...named AJGA National Player of the Year in 2008... won the 2008 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship, earning a two-year exemption into the U.S. Amateur...ranked No. 1 nationally in the Polo Golf Rankings...earned first-team All-America honors by the American Junior Golf Association...played in PGA Tour's 2009 St. Jude Classic and missed cut by two strokes with rounds of 69-73=142...2008 Washington junior player of the year...helped the U.S. defeat Great Britain and Ireland in the 2008 Junior Ryder Cup...won two other major AJGA tournaments in 2008 - the HP Boys' Junior and the Footjoy Invitational, which earned him a sponsor's exemption into the PGA Tour's 2008 Wyndham Championship...captured an additional AJGA tournament title at the Wellstone Communities Junior...finished fourth at the 2008 AJGA event at Traditions Golf Club in Bryan...placed fifth at the Junior Players Championship...took 11th at the Rolex Tournament of Champions...four-time all-state pick in high school...coached by Don Backman.
Cameron D. Peck is the son of James and Misun Peck of Olympia, Wash...born July 10, 1991 in Honolulu, Hawaii...business major...began playing golf at age 5...has made one hole-in-one...favorite pro is Anthony Kim.