|YR.||Fort Myers, Fla./Fort Myers H.S.|
At A Glance
Enters senior season with a 73.8 career stroke average over 62 rounds … figure ranks fifth all-time … has turned in a counting score in 56 of 62 rounds … nine of 10 top 20s have been top 10 finishes … finished in the top 10 in both Atlantic Sun Championship appearances.
As A Junior (2010-11)
Finished in a tie for sixth at the Atlantic Sun Championship (April 18-20) after a back-to-back under-par rounds led him to a one-under 212 (69-70-73) … posted a career-low 73.2 stroke average over 27 rounds at nine tournaments … carded seven under-par rounds, including six in the spring where he had a 72.7 stroke average over five tournaments … added three even-par rounds … posted three top 10s and four top 20s … turned in a counting score in 24 of 27 rounds, while all 27 rounds were in the 70s or lower … team leader in par 3 scoring (3.09) and fairways hit (.767), figures that ranked 50th and 38th in the nation … added 71 birdies that helped him produce a 72.8 average in the opening round … opened the season with an even-par 72 en route to tying for 14th (72-76-78/226) at the John Dallio Memorial … back-to-back even-par 72s helped him finish tied for 21st at the Renaissance Invitational … finished the fall strong at the Stetson Invitational by tying for fourth place in the field of 44 … season-low 214 (-2) was fueled by season-low five-under par 67 … played the par 5s at six-under over the three-round Rice Intercollegiate in which he finished tied for 23rd out of 81 participants (74-71-74/219) … closed the USF Invitational with a one-under par 71 to tie for 30th in a field of 130 … produced best two 54-hole scores of his career in the final two tournaments with a 70.5 stroke average over the six rounds … opened the FAU Spring Break Championship with a four-under par 68 and closed with a two-under 70 … finished in a tie for second overall and second in the field with 13 birdies.
As A Sophomore (2009-10)
Turned in a breakout second season … one of two players to participate in all 11 tournaments … ranked second on the team with a 73.9 stroke average over 30 rounds … had a pair of top-5 finishes and six top-10s, including three straight to end the year … hit .781 percent of fairways and had 73 birdies … carded six under-par rounds, highlighted by a season-low six-under par 66 in the second round of the Bethune-Cookman (B-CU) Fall Invitational … 29 of 30 rounds were in the 70s or lower … sported a 73.3 stroke average in the eight 54-hole tournaments … took sole possession of seventh place at the FGCU Eagle Invitational (74-74-73/221) … finished the final two events of the fall with a pair of top-5 finishes and a 71 stroke average over the six rounds … tied for second in the 55-player field at the B-CU Fall Invitational and finished with a three-day two-under par 214 (73-66-75) … turned in three straight under-par rounds of 71(-1)-70(-2)-71(-1)/212 (-4) to take fifth place at the Stetson/CFSC Invitational … fourth top-10 (9) finish of the year came at the Mission Inn Spring Fling (77-74/151) … opened the FAU Spring Break Championship with a one-under par 70 followed by a three-under 68 to ignite a seventh place (70-68-73) finish … tied for ninth in first-ever appearance at the Atlantic Sun Championship with a three-day 75-72(E)-72(E)/219 … ranked among the tournament leaders with nine birdies, 33 pars, and in par 3 (E) and par 5 (-1) scoring.
As A Freshman (2008-09)
Saw time in two tournaments in the spring … posted a 76.6 stroke average over five rounds … four of five rounds were the in the 70s and counted towards the four-man score … tied for 21st at first collegiate tournament with rounds of 75-78/153 at the Golden Ocala Collegiate … closed out first season with back-to-back 75s at the Larry Nelson Collegiate Invitational.
Graduated from Fort Myers High School … coached by Howard Wright … High School team MVP three straight years.
Son of Michael and Carol Medinis … born on September 4, 1989 … has a younger brother, Airik (18), and a younger sister, Alexus (16) … father played tennis at Northwood University in Michigan … communications major.