Sophomore Alex Cusumano shoots a 78 today and finishes with a 54-hole score of 228
Ramblers one shot behind No. 47 Middle Tennessee State for 13th place
Loyola is four shots out of 12th place in stacked field in Norman, Okla.
Ramblers are making first-ever postseason appearance
Ramblers are part of 14-team field at Jimmie Austin Golf Club, May 17-19
2011-12: Closed out his career in impressive fashion, helping Loyola to its first-ever Horizon League Championship and NCAA regional berth...his 76.7 average is the second lowest of his collegiate career...for the fourth straight season, registered three top-ten finishes...shot under par on six occasions, three times coming in at under 70...tied for fifth at the John Dallio Memorial by posting a 54-hole score of 218 (75-68-75)...claimed second place with a 216 (70-71-75) at the Hotels at Grand Prairie Invitational...in Loyola's very next meet, tied for second place with teammate Alex Cusumano at the Detroit Titans Invitational (75-67-70=212)...his second-round 67 at the Detroit Titans Invitational matched the second-lowest mark of his career...two-time Horizon League Golfer of the Week selection (April 11, April 16) after back-to-back second-place showings at the Hotels at Grand Prairie Invitational and Detroit Titans Invitational...his one-under 71 in the second round at the Horizon League Championship helped the Ramblers overcome a 13-stroke deficit to surge ahead of Green Bay en route to the tourney title...helped Loyola post team victories at the Hotels at Grand Prairie Invitational, Detroit Titans Invitational and Horizon League Championship...member of the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll.
2010-11: Ranked third on the team with a 77.3 average in 26 rounds...picked up three top-ten finishes, including in each of the first two events of the season...placed seventh with a 149 (72-77) at the competitive Purdue/Midwest Shootout and finished fourth with a 222 (71-77-74) at the Green Bay Fall Invitational...tied for second place after firing back-to-back, one-under-par 71s at the Butler Spring Invitational...carded a one-over 72 in round one and wound up tied for 11th with a 149 (72-77) at the Dayton Flyer Invitational...tabbed Horizon League Men's Golfer of the Week on March 30 following his performance at the Butler Spring Invitational...member of the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll.
2009-10: Got off to a fast start and finished in the top 10 in three of the team's six fall meets en route to a 76.2 season average...posted a season-best finish when he tied for seventh at the season-opening John Piper Intercollegiate...fired a five-under 67 in round two of that tourney and followed that up with a 71...shot an even-par 71 and a one-under 70 to finish with a 215 (74-71-70) and tie for ninth at the Butler Fall Invitational...shot a 73 in round two at the Palmas Del Mar Intercollegiate...recorded a 238 (82-80-76) at the Horizon League Championship, which was good for a tie for 34th place.
2008-09: Posted a 78.0 average in his first season at Loyola...burst onto the scene by tying for ninth place (75-72-75=222) at the John Piper Intercollegiate in his first collegiate appearance...shot an even-par 72 in round two of that tourney...finished with three top-ten finishes, including a tie for eighth at the Caputo Invitational with a score of 157 (80-77)...shot a season-best 66, tying the lowest mark by a Rambler all season, in round two at the IPFW Fall Classic...carded a one-under 71 in the final round at the Horizon League Championship.
High School: Four-time all league and all-district selection...was the 2004 high school sectional champion as a freshman...won the 2007 sectional with a one-under-par 71...claimed the title at the 2007 Toledo Junior with a 142 (74-68)...won the Powerbilt Tour and Big I Qualifier...made three AJGA appearances in 2007, highlighted by a top-20 finish in the Midwest Junior Players Championship...placed fourth at the Ohio State Junior with a 146 (71-75)...also played basketball...named Perrysburg High School's winner of the Wendy's High School Heisman Award.