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Cameron Tringale

Cameron Tringale - Men's Golf - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Year Graduated 2009
Experience 4 VL
Height 6-2
Weight 177
Hometown Laguna Niguel, Calif.
Last School Mission Viejo
Cameron Tringale - Men's Golf - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

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Played in every tournament for Tech since he arrived, earned first- or second-team All-America honors three times … All-Atlantic Coast conference selection four times … Won four tournaments and had 22 top-10 finishes in 46 team events during his career … His stroke average of 71.80 in 140 rounds was the second-best of any Tech player when his career ended … Became only the third Tech freshman ever to win two events, and the first Tech frosh to win an Atlantic Coast Conference title … Had two top-10 finishes in NCAA Championships and three top-20s in regionals … Was named a GCAA All-America Scholar in 2009 … Graduated May 4, 2009 with a degree in Management.

2008-09: First-team All-American by the GCAA and Golfweek magazine … Also named to the All-Nicklaus team by the GCAA, comprising all NCAA divisions … Made the All-Atlantic Coast Conference team for the fourth time … Finalist for the Byron Nelson Award … Named to the USA team for the Palmer Cup (went 3-0-1) … The nation[apos]s No. 3-ranked player according to the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index, with a 811-118-17 head-to-head record against the nation[apos]s 31st-toughest opposition … Was 205-91-9 against the top 100, 101-71-6 against the top 50 … Topped Tech and ranked second in the ACC in stroke average at 71.36, including a 71.29 norm in 21 spring rounds … Finished his career the second-best career stroke average (71.80) in Tech history … Won twice as a senior (Brickyard Collegiate in the fall, Southern Highlands Collegiate in the spring) and four times in his career … Had seven top-10 and two other top-20 finishes in 11 events … 18 rounds of par or better among his 33, including 11 rounds under 70.

2007-08: Named All-Atlantic Coast Conference for the third time, and was an honorable mention All-American by Golfweek magazine … Posted three of his four top-10 finishes in the spring and averaged 71.75 strokes over 20 rounds … Averaged 72.22 in 32 total rounds (8th in the ACC) … Had 18 rounds of par or better … No. 47 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index (64th in the Golfstats Cup), and ranked 8th in the ACC in stroke average … Finished fourth at the UH Hilo Invitational, tied for seventh at Southern Highlands and finished fifth at the United States Collegiate in the spring … In the fall, tied for third at the Brickyard Collegiate after a poor start at the Carpet Capital Collegiate (T-82) … Counted for the team in all but one round thereafter … Compiled a 539-257-21 head-to-head record against the nation[apos]s 8th-toughest opposition according to the Sagarin ratings.

2006-07: Second-team All-American in 2007 by the GCAA and Golfweek … Named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference team for the second time, and also made the ACC All-Academic golf team … Rose 39 spots from the end of the fall to No. 16 in the final Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index … Had five top-10 finishes and two top-20s in six spring events, including a runner-up finish at the ACC Championship and a tie for ninth at the NCAA Championship … Led the NCAA East Regional after 36 holes, but tied for 14th … Spring stroke average was 70.87 and ranked second in the ACC overall at 71.45 … Posted 12 rounds in the 60s, 22 at par or under … Counted for the team all but one round … Tech[apos]s top-rated player coming out of the fall (No. 55) in the Sagarin Index … Led team in stroke average (72.33), played in all four team events and finished 22nd at the Western Refining College All-America Classic (1-over 214, including a 67).

2005-06: Second-team All-America and national All-Freshman honors by the GCAA, second-team All-America by Golfweek magazine … Named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference team, also named ACC Freshman of the Year … Won the ACC Championship and posted two victories overall, the only ACC player with more than one … Ranked 18th overall in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index, fourth highest among the nation[apos]s first-year players and third among all ACC players ranked … Shot 10-under-par 206 at the ACC Championship, including a second-round 65 that tied the competitive course record … Named Co-National Amateur of the Month by the Southern Golf Association for that effort … Survived the 54-hole NCAA Championship cut as an individual and shot 3-under-par 285 … Tech[apos]s top finisher seven times, and with seven top-10s in 12 events … Won the UH-Hilo Intercollegiate … Wound up the team leader in stroke average (72.19, fourth-best in the ACC), including a team-best 71.64 norm in 24 spring rounds and a 70.5 average in ACC and NCAA events … Counted for the team in 33 of 36 rounds … Had an 842-212-40 head-to-head record, against the 14th-toughest competition, according to the Golfweek/Sagarin Index … Led the team in rounds in the 60s (9) and rounds under par (15).

ACC Championship experience: Won the ACC Championship in his first try in 2006, the first Tech freshman ever to do so, a runner-up finish as a sophomore and a tie for third as a senior … Cumulative 30-under-par over 12 rounds (69.50 avg.), never shot a round over par.

NCAA Championship experience: Averaged 71.96 in 23 regional and championship rounds … Best regional finish occurred the 2009 NCAA Central in Bowling Green, Ky. (T-3) … Had two top-10 finishes in the NCAA Finals (T-8 in 2006 at Sunriver, Ore., T-9 in 2007 in Williamsburg, Va.).

Amateur: 2009: Named to the USA team for the Palmer Cup, where he went 3-0-1 … Qualified for the U.S. Open by finishing third in sectional qualifier at Hawks Ridge in Ball Ground, Ga. (missed cut at Open after shooting 70-77) … 2008: Fourth at the Sunnehanna Amateur (even-par 280) … Tied for first (67-69) with Jamie Lovemark in stroke-play qualifying for the North & South Amateur; reached third round before falling to Kevin O[apos]Connell in 20 holes … 2007: Won sectional qualifier to make U.S. Amateur field, tied for 59th in stroke play before dropping first-round match … Second at Pacific Coast Amateur by one shot, T-2 at the Monroe Invitational, T-11 at the Porter Cup, T-27 at the Sunnehanna Amateur … 2005: Won two matches and finished ninth in the U.S. Junior Amateur after tying for ninth in stroke play (68-71 – 139) … Finished third in the Southern California Amateur (70-66-71-74 – 281) … Tied for 10th at the Memorial Amateur in Carmichael, Calif. (71-67-75–213) … Earned an alternate[apos]s spot in a U.S. Amateur sectional qualifier.

High School: Lettered three years and served two years as a team captain at Mission Viejo High School, and lettered one year at Santa Margarita Catholic High School … 2004 CIF sectional champion, and California state finalist in 2004 and 2005 … Won the individual South Coast League championship in 2003, 2004 and 2005, and led his team to the 2004 South Coast League title … Orange County Register and Los Angeles Times first-team all-county in 2003, 2004 and 2005, and earned county player of the year honors in 2005.

Junior Golf: Ranked as high as No. 12 in Golfweek magazine[apos]s boys ratings, No. 27 in the National Junior Golf Scoreboard … 2004 honorable mention All-American by the American Junior Golf Association and the FCWT … Finished third in the 2005 AJGA Justin Leonard team play championship … Had seven top-10 finishes in AJGA events in 2003 and 2004 … 2004 junior competitions included a tie for sixth at the Heather Farr Classic, a tie for seventh at the FootJoy Boys Invitational, a tie for 10th at the Lennar Junior at Mission Hills, a tie for 20th at the Rancho Santa Margarita Auto Dealers/Cox Communications Junior, a tie for 25th in the Polo Golf Championship (73-71) … a 28th-place finish at the Western Junior Amateur, a tie for 37th at the Rolex Tournament of Champions … In 2003, he tied for fourth at the IRI Golf Group Arizona National Junior, a tie for 22nd at the Lennar Junior at Mission Hills, and a tie 25th at the PING Phoenix Junior Championship.

Personal: Full name is Cameron Joseph Tringale … Born August 24, 1987 in Mission Viejo … Son of Joe Tringale and Robin Mullin … Graduated with a bachelor[apos]s degree in Management.

Collegiate Tournament Results

T28Ping/Golfweek Preview Invitational (+5)75-77-69 – 221
T4Jerry Pate National Collegiate (-6)73-67-67 – 207
T45Isleworth-UCF Invitational (+14)74-74-82 – 230
T40Carpet Capital Collegiate (+6)79-69-74 – 222
naHooters Collegiate Match Play Championship2-2
1UH-Hilo Intercollegiate (-11)65-67-70 – 202
T27Puerto Rico Classic (+2)70-70-78 – 218
T30Southern Highlands Collegiate (+14)78-72-80 – 230
T8Morris Williams Intercollegiate (-2)70-70-74 – 214
T21United States Collegiate Championship (+6)72-77-73 – 222
1Atlantic Coast Conference Championship (-10)69-65-72 – 206
T4NCAA Central Regional (+1)71-71-72 – 214
T8NCAA Championship (-3)73-70-68-74 – 285
T19Carpet Capital Collegiate (-3)73-74-66 – 213
T13Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational (+9)74-76-69 – 219
T31PING/Golfweek Preview Invitational (+5)73-74-68 – 215
T25Isleworth/UCF Collegiate Invitational (+8)70-77-77 – 224
22Western Refining College All-America Classic (+1)77-67-70 – 214
T5UH-Hilo Intercollegiate (-9)64-64-73 – 201
T17Puerto Rico Classic (-1)71-70-74 – 215
T10Southern Highlands Collegiate (+3)73-70-76 – 219
Georgia State (dual match)70
T8United States Collegiate Championship (+5)72-77-72 – 221
2Atlantic Coast Conference Championship (-7)72-68-69 – 209
T14NCAA East Regional (+1)67-70-80 – 217
T9NCAA Championship (-2)67-68-69-74 – 278
T82Carpet Capital Collegiate (+20)77-84-75 – 236
T3Brickyard Collegiate (-10)70-68-68 – 206
T23Isleworth/UCF Collegiate Invitational (+2)74-72-72 – 218
naCallaway Golf Collegiate Match Play2-2
24Western Refining College All-America Classic (+3)74-73-69 – 216
4UH Hilo Invitational (-10)65-67-68 – 200
T17Puerto Rico Classic (+1)74-73-70 – 217
T7Southern Highlands Collegiate (E)71-69-76 – 216
5United States Collegiate Championship (-3)69-71-73 – 213
T27Administaff Augusta State Invitational (+1)71-74 – 145
T13Atlantic Coast Conference Championship (-4)71-72-69 – 212
T89NCAA Central Regional (+19)80-74-78 – 232
T7Carpet Capital Collegiate (-1)79-77-72 – 215
T13PING/Golfweek Preview Invitational (+1)77-71-75 – 214
1Brickyard Collegiate (+1)69-74-72 – 211
T10Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational (+2)76-73-78 – 218
T10UH Hilo Invitational (-2)74-73-67 – 214
T21Puerto Rico Classic (-1)70-75-70 – 215
1Southern Highlands Collegiate (-11)67-70-68 – 205
T41United States Collegiate Championship (+13)73-79-75 – 227
T3Atlantic Coast Conference Championship (-9)67-69-71 – 207
T3NCAA Central Regional (-2)69-74-71 – 214
T18NCAA Championship (+2)74-67-74 – 215
Career Statistics

#includes rounds played as an individual

Career low round: 64, UH-Hilo Intercollegiate (-7), 1st and 2nd rounds, 2007
Career low tournament score: 200, UH-Hilo Intercollegiate (-10), 2008
Career best finish: 1, UH-Hilo Intercollegiate, 2006; Atlantic Coast Conference Championship, 2006; Brickyard Collegiate, 2008; Southern Highlands Collegiate, 2009

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