Left the team to turn professional in January 2012.
FALL 2011: Did not compete.
SPRING 2011:Enjoyed a strong start to the spring season as he posted back-to-back top five finishes at the Ameri Ari Invitational and the UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational ... at the Ameri Ari Invitational, he finished fourth with a 12-under 204 ... in the secound round of that tournament, he fired a 65 which ranks tied for the third lowest round in school history ... helped lead Tech to a tournament championship at the UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational as he finished third at 3-under 210 ... ended the year (fall and spring) ranked fifth on the team with a 74.8 stroke average.
FALL 2010: Competed in two tournaments in the fall season ... finished with a 77.3 average per round.
SPRING 2010: Played in every tournament this spring for the Red Raiders ... finished in the top 10 twice at the UTSA Invitational and The Aggie Invitational ... despite a 10-over 81 first round, followed with a 5-under 66 second round and 1-under 70 final round to tie for seventh at UTSA Invitational ... his second round total was the best of his Tech career ... recorded another strong performance at the National Invitational Tournament by finished in a tie for 24th ... saved his best outing of Tech career for The Aggie Invitational by finishing 6-under and tied for third ... was in Tech's lineup for both the Big 12 Championships and NCAA South Central Regional ... rebounded from his struggles at the regional round by finishing with a 1-under 215 at the NCAA Championships which tied for 25th overall ... was Tech's only player to win in the match play opener against Florida State, defeating Wesley Graham, 3 and 2 ... averaged 74.9 strokes per round.
FALL 2009: Finished in 58th place at the Carpet Capital Collegiate ... opened with a pair of 82s, but bounced back with a 76 in the final round.
SPRING 2009: Played in the spring's first event at the UH-Hilo Intercollegiate ... carded rounds of 75-77-78 to finish tied 65th.
FALL 2008: Did not compete.
BEFORE TEXAS TECH: Southern California Player of the Year (2007) ... won the California Interscholastic Federation title ... qualified for U.S. Juniors ... lists strengths as ball striking and putting ... prepped at Cathedral Catholic in Carlsbad, Calif.
PERSONAL: Tyler Weworski ... born May 24, 1990, in Carlsbad, Calif. ... son of Corey and Joe Weworski ... has a younger brother, Ryan ... mother, Corey, is a past U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur champion.