Broc Everett
Broc Everett
Height: 6-4
Weight: 180
Year: Sr.
Hometown: West Des Moines, Iowa
Previous School: Valley

AS A SENIOR IN 2017-18: Won the NCAA National Championship as an individual … Carded a final round 1-under 71 after back-to-back 70s (-2) to win the title in a playoff at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Okla. … His 7-under 281 set the course record for a 72-hole score at Karsten Creek … Named PING First-Team All-American … Competed in 13 events and 40 rounds ... Led the team with a 71.88 stroke average ... Posted eight rounds in the 60s and shot par or better 25 times ... Had six top-five finishes and eight top 15s ... Shot 67 (-4) and back-to-back 66s (-5) in the final regional tournament of his career to finish with a 199 for the week – tying the school record for the low 54 hole total at a regional ... Finished top three in his last four college events … Took third at the 3M Augusta Invitational, finished runner-up at the MEAC Championship and NCAA Raleigh Regional, and won the NCAA National Championship in his last collegiate event.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2016-17: Named Division I PING All-Region ... Ended the season ranked No. 27 in the nation … Named the MVP for men’s golf at the Augusta Athletics Awards Banquet and nominated for Male Athlete of the Year … Led Augusta with a 70.97 scoring average … Played in all 36 rounds and 12 events … Had 13 rounds in the 60s and 22 rounds par or better … Shot a season-low 65 at the 3M Augusta Invitational to take fifth overall … Top 10 six times and top 25 in 10 events … Best finish was second at the MEAC Championship … Led Augusta in six of the 12 tournaments.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2015-16: Earned a starting spot for the Jaguars and played in 12 events … Had the third best scoring average on the team at 72.72 … Shot par or better 10 times and in the 60s five times … Led Augusta in two different tournaments …  Low round was a 64 at The MEAC Championship … Everett tied the low round school record for Augusta since 1993-94 with a 64 (-8) in round three at The MEAC … Best finish was second place at The MEAC and he had four top-10 finishes and seven top 25s. 

AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN IN 2014-15: Enjoyed five events where he played 13 rounds … Recorded a 73.62 average score and shot in the 60’s twice, highlighted by a 67 at the 2015 MEAC Championships where he also carded his best finish on the year with a tie for third overall … Shot par or better four times.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2013-14: Took a redshirt and will compete in 2014-15 ... Over the summer he tied for fourth at the U.S. Amateur Qualifier at Rathbun Lake in Moravia, Iowa … Tied for fourth at the U.S. Open Qualifier at Blue Top Ridge, third at the Ottumwa Amateur and took second at the Des Moines City Tournament … Named Academic All-Conference and was a member for the honors program.