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Trent Peterson
Year: Senior
Hometown: Eagan, Minn.
High School: Eagan High School
 Events  37
 Rounds
 102
 Strokes  7,526
 Average  73.78
 Low 18
 67 (3)
 Low 36
 138
 Low 54
 206
 Top-10s  15
 Top-25s  28
 Best finish
 1st (2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SDSU Records: Career scoring average (73.78), top-10s (15), top-25s (28) and rounds played (102); Season scoring average (72.41), top-10s (8), top-25s (11) and rounds played (32) ... co-holder of the record for most wins in career (2) and season (1).

2008-09: Competed in 12 events, posting a school-record and Summit League-leading scoring average of 72.41 in 32 rounds ... named Summit League Men's Golfer of the Year ... named to PING All-Central Region Team ... posted his second career win after successfully defending his title at the Beu/Mussatto Invitational (Western Illinois) on April 20-21, where he shot 142 (68-74) ... became the first Jackrabbit to qualify for NCAA Division I postseason play, when he was selected as an at-large pick for the Men's South Central Regional (Oklahoma State) ... was first-round leader and ended up tying for 13th at SC Regional with a score of 226 (67-81-78) ... earned first-team all-league honors after taking second at The Summit League Championships with a score of 211 (73-71-67) ... shot a career-low 54-hole score of 206 at the Santa Clara Invitational ... shot a career-low 36-hole score of 138 ... shot a career-low 18-hole score of 67 on three occasions ... posted eight top-10s, including a win, four runner-up finishes and a third-place finish ... finished in the top-25 in all 12 events ... broke the school records for scoring average, top-10s, top-25s and rounds played ... named Summit League Men's Athlete of the Month for August/September and was also named The Summit League Men's Golfer of the Week once ... earned academic all-Summit League honors, was named the the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District At-Large First Team and, for the second consecutive year, was a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar.

2007-08: Won the Beu/Mussatto Invitational (Western Illinois) on April 4-5, 2008, at Harry Mussatto Golf Course in Macomb, Ill., with an even-par total of 216 (70-74-72) ... tied for ninth at The Summit League Championships with a 4-over 220 (73-73-74) total and earned second-team all-league honors in the process ... in 24 rounds, led the team with a scoring average of 74.4, which was ranked eighth in The Summit League ... shot a season-low score of 70 ... had two top-10 and five top-25 finishes ... was a Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar and made The Summit League Academic All-Conference squad.

   During the summer, named Minnesota Golf Association Men’s Player of the Year ... became just the third player in Minnesota state history to win the MGA Players Championship (match play) and Amateur Championship (stroke play) in the same season ... competed against professionals and finished tied for second in the Minnesota Open ... placed second at the Minnesota Public Golf Association State Publinks Championship ... placed sixth in the MPGA Four-Ball ... teamed with former SDSU player Charlie Jacobson and tied for second at the South Dakota Golf Association Two-Man Championship

2006-07: Posted two top-10 finishes during the fall season ... placed seventh at the Kansas Fall Invitational and the Bill Ross Intercollegiate ... had a scoring average of 73.9 for the year ... shot a season-low 69 during the second round of the Mission Inn Collegiate Classic ... named to the Division I Independent All-Academic Team.

   During the summer of 2007, won the MGA Four-Ball.

2005-06: During the fall season, had a fourth-place finish at the Oral Roberts Invitational ... carded an average of 76 during the fall season ... finished tied for ninth at the Branson Creek Invitational ... placed fourth at the Division I Independent Championships.

Before SDSU: Six-year letterwinner at Eagan High School ... won the state title in 2005 and finished eighth in 2004 ... three-time all-state and four-time all-conference selection ... named team MVP during junior and senior years, and was also a captain as a senior.