TAMU Men's Golf BIO
 Johannes Veerman
2013-14 (JUNIOR)
Steady performer who participated in all 14 tournaments (13 as a member of the A&M line-up) … owned a 73.21 scoring average with nine rounds of par or lower and a season low round of 66 … 35 of his 39 rounds (890%) in the line-up counted toward the team score … notched five top-20 finishes with one in the top-five ... opened the season by shooting two of three rounds under-par at the Carmel Cup (213, -3) … posted his best finish of the year at the SeaBest Invitational (223, +7) in early February, ending the event in a tie for ninth … posted back-to-back top-20 finishes at the John Burns Intercollegiate (224, +8) and the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters (220, +4), recording a tie for 20th and a tie for 19th, respectively … stood out as A&M’s highest finisher at the Aggie Invitational (217, +1) in a tie for 11th … ended the SEC Championship (220, +10) in a tie for 27th ... enjoyed an impressive run at the NCAA Tempe Regional (203, -7) where he finished in a tie for fourth place ... fired a final round of 66 in Tempe to post his lowest round of the year … finished in a tie for 60th at the NCAA Championship (213, +3), featuring a second round of even par 70.

2011-12 (SOPHOMORE)
A PING All-Region selection ... played in nine tournaments, one as an individual ... recorded four top-10 finishes ... scoring average of 72.89 was third-lowest on team ... 13 rounds were par or better ... 20 of 25 rounds (80 percent) counted toward team total ... finished 17th at the NCAA Regional with a 3-over 219 ... shared medalist honors at the prestigious U.S. Collegiate Championship in the fall outside Atlanta, firing a 6-under 210 at Hawk's Ridge to top the field ... victory was the first of his young career ... named to the Big 12 All-Tournament team after helping lead the Aggies to their first conference crown since 1987 ... shot a 2-over 290 to place sixth overall ... turned in a seventh-place showing in his first event at A&M, carding an even-par 216 at the Lone Star Invitational in San Antonio in October ... fired a 4-under 209 at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate in October in Dallas, finishing ninth to help the Aggies to the team title ... finished 26th at the fall season-ending Amelia Island Intercollegiate (222, +6) in Florida ... season-low round was 68 in the NCAA Regional (second round).

Named to Conference USA All-Freshman Team ... played in all 13 tournaments, helping lead the Golden Hurricane to a third-place C-USA finish and an NCAA Regional berth ... ranked third on the team with a 74.3 stroke average ... posted four top-20 finishes, including a season-best fifth at the Conference USA Championship (71-71-72=214, -2) in Texarkana, Texas ... shot 67 in a pair of tournaments, a team low ... fired a 7-under 209 (73-69-67) to finish 11th at the Desert Shootout in Goodyear, Ariz. in March ... carded an even-par 213 (67-73-73) to open the spring at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational in San Antonio.

A four-year letterwinner for coach Jason Jezek at Clements High School in Sugar Land ... was an all-state selection and named the team’s MVP ... helped lead the Rangers to three district titles and a regional championship ... low competitive round was a 66.

Johannes Veerman is the son of Jan and Yanti Veerman of Sugar Land ... born May 17, 1992 in Orange County, California ... has one sister, Elisabeth ... began playing golf at age 9.
Height: 6'3"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Sugar Land, Texas
High School: Clements HS
Other College: Univ of Tulsa
Experience: 1 Letter
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