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 Jake Younan-Wise
Jake Younan-Wise


Kingscliff, Australia

High School:
Kingscliff High



Jake Younan-Wise
Participated in three tournaments during the fall season... Tied for 3rd for a team high at the International Collegiate Tournament with a combined three round score of 210... Went on to tie for 11th at the Carpet Capital Collegiate with a combined score of 212, where he also shot his season low, 67... Tied for 72nd in his last tournament for the season with a combined score of 230... Has the second-highest team stroke average with 72.44.

2005-06 (Freshman)
Emerged as a contributor for the Red Raiders in only his first season in Lubbock, participating in 10 tournaments on the year ... Posted a 74.53 scoring average ... Opened his career with a three-round total of 211 to earn a tie for 27th at the Taylor Made Barona Cup in October ... Nabbed the first Top Ten performance of his career at the 2006 Aggie Invitational, ending in 10th place, to help Tech cap a momentous third round comeback with its second team tournament title of the year ... At the 2006 Big 12 Men's Golf Championship, recorded the Red Raiders second lowest finish of the event by finishing in a tie for 14th place, trailing only teammate Andrew Dresser ... Fired a season-low round of 68 at the Aggie Invitational.

Kingscliff High School
Graduated from Kingscliff High School in Kingscliff, Australia, in November of 2004 ... Was a contributor on the golf team under coach Ian Ludeke ... Also participated in swimming, rugby soccer and basketball ... Was selected to the Australian Schoolboy team ... Earned state medalist and state champion honors ... Placed second nationally ... During his prep career turned in a career-best low round of 63.

Born March 14, 1987, in Forster, Australia, to parents Tony and Sandra Younan ... Aspires to one day play on the PGA tour ... Has three siblings (Rhys, Lee and Amira) ... Enjoys watching television, sleeping and going to the beach ... Undecided on a major.

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