Played in 12 events for the Aggies, compiling a 74.52 stroke average in 33 rounds of competition … notched six rounds of par or lower on the year … low round of 68 came at the Reveille Challenge in mid-April … stood out as the Aggies’ highest finisher (along with teammate Greg Yates) with a tie for 21st at the Jerry Pate Intercollegiate (215, +5) in early October … earned his first collegiate win during the Reveille Challenge (138, -6) at Traditions Golf Club … opened the 36-hole event with a four-under par 68 in the opening round before closing with a two-under 70.
Became an important part of the A&M lineup as a sophomore, competing in 14 tournaments after seeing action in only three the year before … maintained a 72.83 average for the season and logged 17 rounds under par … notched six top-20 finishes … recorded his first top 10 finish at the Dick’s Challenge Cup (212, -1) and his first top five finish at the Valspar Invitational (204,-9) … shot a season low round of 67 during the second round of the Valspar Invite … shared 10th place at the U.S. Collegiate Championship (213, -3) … finished in a tie for 20th at the NCAA Raleigh Regional (215, +2) ... carded career-low round of 67 and at the Valspar Invitational in late March … was the Aggies’ highest finisher at the NCAA Championship, ending play with a share of 55th place (214, +4) … received the Most Improved Award at the team’s end of year banquet.
2012-13 (RS Freshman)
Came on strong late in the year to earn a spot in the Aggie line-up during the Aggie Invitational and the SEC Championship … appeared in three tournaments, posting a 73.56 scoring average … owns a win-loss record of 104-68 with two top 20 finishes on the season … four of his six rounds (67%) as a member of the line-up counted toward the team score … saw his first action of the year as an individual at the Kikkor Golf Husky Invitational (221, +8) in September, finishing in a tie for 17th … posted a three-round total of 219 to end at three-over par and in a tie for 18th at the Aggie Invitational … finished in a tie for 36th at the SEC Championship.
Attended Battlefield High School in Virginia for three years before spending senior year and earning degree from Coronado High School in San Diego ... a four-year letterwinner in golf ... won Battlefield’s first-ever state championship as a junior (2009), taking home the Virginia Class AAA title ... also won district and regional individual championships ... low competitive round was a 67.
An honorable mention AJGA All-American ... has two AJGA top-five finishes, including a second-place showing at the 2010 Nemacolin Junior Classic ... won the FCWT Yankee Trace in Ohio (2010) and advanced to the round of 16 at the 2010 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship in Michigan ... low junior round was a 66.
Andrew Lister is the son of Scott and Margaret Lister of San Diego ... born January 4, 1993 in College Station, Texas ... has one brother, Logan ... majoring in general studies ... a 2011 graduate of Coronado High School ... was an honor roll student ... introduced to the game of golf at age 11 by his father ... has an ace under his belt, in 2009 at the Ginn Resort in Orlando ... enjoys fishing and cooking in his spare time ... was born in College Station while his father—a captain in the United States Navy—was attending post-graduate school at Texas A&M.