Three Red Raiders earn All-Big 12 Championship team honors
Freshman Wes Artac and sophomore Hannes Ronneblad led the Red Raiders in match play
The match-play event will feature three top-20 teams through 36 holes
The Latin American Amateur Champion finished 8-over-par for the 36 holes
The Latin American Amateur Champion cards a 76 after the first round
2013-14: Ended the 2013-14 season as the No. 3 golfer on the squad with a 73.4 stroke average ... played in all 12 tournaments of the season and logged three Top 10 finishes and one Top 5 ... had a season-best outing at the Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate as he finished second overall behind teammate Clement Sordet ... shot a 1-under, 209 in the tournament to finish second place in a field of 139 golfers ...tied for 9th at the OFCC/Fighting Illini Invitational in September as he carded a 6-over, 216 in a field of 75 ... tied for 8th overall at the Mission Inn Spring Spectacular with a 5-over, 221 score card.
2012-13: Second-Team Academic All-Big 12 ... played 31 rounds of golf in 11 different tournaments over the course of the season ... ended the year with the fourth best stroke average on the squad at 74.6 ... saved his best golf for the end of the season and was key to leading Texas Tech to the NCAA Championships ... tied for 33rd at the Big 12 Championships in Hutchinson, Kan and then turned in a season best 5th place finish at the NCAA Columbus Regional ... that fifth place finish was vital as it helped give Tech a spot at the NCAA Championships in Atlanta ... fired his lowest rounds (69) of the season in back-to-back days at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate in Dallas.
SPRING 2012: Ended his first season with a 74.3 stroke average ... played in nine tournaments in the spring, including the Big 12 Championships and the NCAA Greensboro Regional ... earned All-Big 12 Tournament honors after posting his best outing of the year at the Big 12 Championships ... finished 10th in the tournament at 7-over par ... was a key part of Texas Tech's run to the NCAA Regionals.
FALL 2011: Saw action in three tournaments...turned in his best outing with a 70 in the first round of The Caramel Cup against Vanderbilt at Pebble Beach ... second best round of the year was a 71 in the second round of the Jack Nicklaus Invitational...finished the tournament tied for 40th...posted a 22nd place finish in the Adams Cup of Newport.
BEFORE TEXAS TECH: Prepped at Colegio del Verbo Divino... tied for 17th place in the 2010 Callaway Junior World Championship... finished tied for 41st place in the 2009 Junior Players Championship.
PERSONAL: Matias Dominguez... born Sept. 9, 1992 in Santiago, Chile...son of Jorge Dominguez and Francisca Balbontin...has two siblings, Tomas and Francisca...enjoys cooking and playing other sports.