Nevada has graduated nearly 700 student-athletes over past decade.
Cougar Classic up next for the Pack.
Nevada is in fourth with 18 holes to play.
Nevada and UC Davis are the co-hosts of the event.
Freshman Jooho Lee is tied for fourth after the first round of El Macero Classic.
2013-2014 (Spring): Competed in five events with this best finish coming at the Sacramento State Intercollegiate where he finished tied for 20th ... The Sacramento State tournament was also his career best finish and his career low round (69) and his low round to par (-3) ... Was fifth on the team in scoring average at 74.9.
2013-14 (Fall): Did not compete.
2012-13: Joined the team as a freshman and competed in six events and was seventh on the team in stroke average at 76.4 ... Best finish came at the Winchester classic when he tied for 40th ... Winchester also produced his lowest round (70) ... Best tournament score came at the Fresno Lexus Classic (227) ... Finished tied for 43rd in the Mountain West Championship.
High School/Junior Golf
A graduate of Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento, Calif. ... Four year high school letter-winner in golf ... Played golf in the Capital Valley Conference ... A member of teams that won conference all four years and won division in 2009 and 2010 ... Member of team that placed fourth at the state championship in 2010 ... Received All League for four years ...Won Divisions in 2010 ...Named most-improved player in 2010 ... Had the lowest putting average on his team in 2011 and 2012.
Born Christopher Curtis Carson ... Son of De and Terry Carson ... Has one older brother, Roy Gilmore and three older sisters, Christina Rico, Julie Nunez and Jodi Guira ... Was an active member of the Christian Service Corps, which helped to raise money for local shelters ... Invited to be a member of the Lasallian Student Leaders ...Chose to play for Nevada because he loved the atmosphere and it was the right fit ... Wants to turn professional after his collegiate golf career ... states most memorable sports moment as winning his first Future Collegiate World Tour by three strokes.
Season Low Round (score): 74 at the 2014 Gene Miranda Falcon Invite.
Season Low Round (to par): +2 at the 2014Gene Miranda Falcon Invite.
Season Best Finish: T50th at the 2014Gene Miranda Falcon Invite.
Career Low Round (score):69 at the 2014 Sacramento State Invitational.
Career Low Round (to par):-3at the 2014 Sacramento State Invitational.
Career Best Finish:T20that the 2014 Sacramento State Invitational.