The Fresno State men's golf team concluded the 2013 Winchester Classic to finish in ninth place out of 11 teams.
As defending champions, the Fresno State men's golf team will compete in the Winchester Classic on April 19-21st in Meadow Vista, Calif.
The Fresno State men's golf team swings back into stroke play on April 13-14 in Santa Cruz, Calif.
The Fresno State men's golf team concluded their first match play tournament of the season at the Cal Poly Match Play Championship on Friday, March 29.
The Fresno State men's golf team competed at the Cal Poly Match Play Championship to finish the day with one loss and one victory.
2012-13 (Senior): Competed in 11 of 12 tournaments ... recorded a 73.90 scoring average over 30 rounds ... posted a low round 68 at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational (72-68-73--213) and the Farms Collegiate Invitational (68-73-75--216) ... best finish was a tie for second place at the Farms Collegiate Invitational ... awarded John Sirman Award ... named Bulldog Scholar Athlete.
2011-12 (Junior): Competed in eleven tournaments ... averaged 76.79 strokes per round over 31 rounds ... best finish was a tie for 10th at the WAC Championship (71-76-75--222) ... finished in the top 15 three times ... carded two rounds of par or better ... shot a low round 69 at the Fresno State Lexus Classic ... awarded team's Most Improved Player.
Reedley College: Finished first in the Central Valley Conference ... recorded the lowest scoring average (72) on the team.
Personal: Born February 15, 1989 in London, England ... parents are Lorraine and Ambrose Mulroy ... has two younger brothers, Rory and Sean ... interests include rugby and soccer ... chose to attend Fresno State because of the great golf schedule.
Coach's Comments: Jack is driven to succeed. He finished his junior year strong getting a top ten at the WAC Championship. He is a very hard worker and seems to enjoy the process that it takes to become an exceptional student-athlete. He reminds me of Gary Player. Gary knew he would have to work harder than Arnie and Jack to compete successfully with them. He did that well winning nine majors, the grand slam, and 166 professional tournaments worldwide. Jack has an excellent swing and is the most accurate player on the team. He seems to have tightened up his short game a bit and if that's true, Jack will be a force on the college tour this season.
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