2014-15 (Junior – As of 5/1/15)
Stood out as Texas A&M’s most consistent performer during his junior campaign, appearing in all 13 of the team’s events … ended play as A&M’s top individual in five tournaments … led the squad with a 72.11 scoring average in 36 rounds of competition … notched 14 rounds of par or lower … also paced the team with seven top-20 finishes … carded back-to-back top-15 finishes in September … finishing tied for 15th at the Fighting Illini Invitational (219, +9) and following that up with a 14th-place showing at the Dick's Sporting Goods Challenge Cup (215, +2) … during play at the Dicks Challenge Cup, carded a season-low scorecard of 65 in the second round to end the tournament at two-over par … was again a top-20 finisher at the U.S. Collegiate Championship (215, -1) in mid-October, carding two rounds under par at the event to finish in a tie for 19th … posted a top-five finish at the John A. Burns Intercollegiate (212, -4) by shooting two-under in the first and third rounds to share fourth place … notched his highest-career finish with a second-place showing at the Talis Park Challenge (208, -5) in mid-March … opened with a first-round 66 to finish at five-under for the event … finished in a tie for 12th at the 36-hole Reveille Challenge (146, +2) in mid-April … earned 22nd place at the SEC Championship (210, E) … selected as the Aggies’ Most Valuable Player and Most Improved Player at the program’s end of the year banquet.
Took a big step forward during his second season in the Aggie program … competed in nine events as a sophomore, maintaining a 74.22 scoring average in 27 rounds of competition … carded two top-10 finishes with eight rounds of par or lower … recorded his first top 10 finish at the Valspar Invitational, tying for 10th with a score of three-under par … logged a 67 in the first round ... enjoyed his best performance as an Aggie at the NCAA Raleigh Regional (207, -6) recording a third-place finish, the highest of his collegiate career, along with a personal low round of 66 during the event's closing round … was 11-over par at the NCAA Championship, finishing in a tie for 99th place.
As a true freshman, participated in two tournaments … held a 77.67 scoring average in six rounds … made his Aggie debut in late October during the U.S. Collegiate Championship (238, +22), finishing 76th place … fired his low round of the season, a third-round 74, while playing as an individual during the Aggie Invitational (228, +12).
One of the top junior golfers in his country ... ranked third in the Spanish Boys (under 18) ranking and fifth in the Spanish Amateur ranking ... won the European Boys Under-18 championship in July 2011 and was a quarterfinalist at the Spanish International Amateur in March 2011 ... finished in a tie for third and a tie for fourth at the Spanish U21 Junior Tournament in 2010 and 2012, respectively ... ended in a second place tie at the McGregor Trophy in 2010 ... carded his best round of 67 at the Spanish International Junior in 2010.
At Instituto Joaquim Blume
Played under coaches Manel Linan and Felipe Garcia ... given the High Level Sportsmen Award ... also involved in Spanish Government.
Adria Arnaus Antonez is the son of Joaquim and Lidia Antunez ... born October 17, 1994, in Barcelona, Spain ... began playing golf at the age of five with his parents ... father is a golf course manager ... enjoys soccer, painting, going to the movies and hanging out during his spare time ... plans to major in business or sports management.