Jimmy Stanger
Jimmy  Stanger

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Tampa, Fla.

High School:
Gaither



08/07/2014

Virginia Has 305 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

Conference has record 3,967 student-athletes recognized

Virginia
2014 Fall (Sophomore)

• One of two players to appear in all five fall tournaments
• Led the team in scoring at the Northern Intercollegiate and Primland Challenge tournaments
• Reset low collegiate scoring mark with 6-under 201 at Primland
• Equalled his low 18-hole score with 5-under 67 at Primland, posting that number in both the second and third rounds

2013-14 (Freshman)
• Played in nine tournaments during the season
• Combined with first-year Derek Bard to give UVa the No. 10 freshman class according to Golfstat
• Posted a stroke average of 73.44
• Top showing was at Schenkel Invitational where he placed third
• That tourney also provided him his low single-round score (67) and tournament score (212) on the season
• Had four top-25 finishes and came in 26th twice
• Tied for third at U.S. Open Local Qualifier (Trinity, Fla.) to advance to Sectional site
• Was 64th at NCAA Regional • Named to ACC Honor Roll

Amateur & Junior Golf Notes
•Qualified for a 2014 U.S. Open Sectional
•AJGA All-American in 2012 and 2013 • Was ranked No. 51 by American Junior Golf Association/Polo when he signed with UVa.
• Was ranked No. 63 by Junior Golf Scoreboard and No. 3 player in the state of Florida when he signed with the Cavaliers
• Ranked in top-10 by AJGA and Golfweek for 2013 high school class
• Placed fourth at 2013 Eastern Amateur
• Participated in 2013 Wyndham Club (East vs. West Coast)
• Tied for 11th at 2013 AJGA Thunderbird Invitational
• Was ninth at 2013 AJGA Innisbrook event
•Was top-20 at 2013 Dixie Amateur
• Tied for runner up at 2012 Jones Club and was fifth at 2011 Junior Jones Cup
• Tied for fifth at 2012 AJGA in Puerto Rico
•Florida Cup Team member in 2012 • Was ninth at 2012 Western Junior Championship
• Managed a runner-up finish at 2012 AJGA Colorado tourney
• Champion of 56th Florida State Boys Junior and tied for first the following year
• Won the HJGT 54-Hole Mid-Season Championship
• Was second at the AJGA Junior at Fox Hill
• Placed third at the FJT at Lake Jovita tournament

Gaither / Personal
• Was third in the Florida Boys 2A State Championship in 2012
• Was home schooled, but competed for Gaither High School team golf for coach Dwane Olinger
• A four-time All-Hillsborough County first-team selection
• Was selected as the Hillsborough County Player of the Year in 2011, 2012 and 2013
• Won two district titles and regional medalist as a senior
• Mother is named Teri and father is James
• Has an older sister (Cheryl) and brother (Derick) and younger sister (Theresa)
• Born in Tampa, Fla.

Jimmy Stanger's Career Statistics

YEAR ROUNDS STROKES AVG LOW
2013-2014 25 1836 73.44 67
2014-2015 14 1027 73.36 67
CAREER 39 2863 73.41 67

Jimmy Stanger's Career Bests
Career Best Tournament Finish: 3rd, Schenkel Invitational, March 16, 2014
Career Top-10 Finishes: 3
Career Best 54-Hole Score: 210, Primland Collegiate, Sept. 29-30, 2014
Career Best 18-Hole Score: 67 (3 times most recently) Primland Collegiate, Sept. 30, 2014

2013-14 Tournament Results

Date Tournament Score Par Total Overall Place UVa Place
Sept. 8-9 Northern Intercollegiate 70-74-73 +1 217 9 2
Sept. 20-22 DICK's Sporting Goods Challenge Cup 72-75-71 +5 218 23 4
Oct. 11-13 Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate 78-74-73 +9 225 56 5
March 11-12 Palmetto Intercollegiate 79-71-73 +13 223 38 5
March 14-16 Schenkel Invitational 72-67-73 -4 212 3 1
March 23-25 Hootie @ Bulls Bay 75-75-68 +2 218 23 4
April 7-8 Jim West Intercollegiate 70-75-72 +1 217 26 5
April 20 Wolfpack Spring Open 76 +4 76 5
May 15-17 NCAA Regional 79-78-73 +8 224 59 4

2014-15 Tournament Results

Date Tournament Score Par Total Overall Place UVa Place
Sept. 5-7 Northern Intercollegiate 76-73-70 +3 219 7 1
Sept. 19-21 DICK's Sporting Goods Challenge Cup 72-79-74 +12 225 42 4
Sept. 29-30 Primland Challenge 76-67-67 -6 210 15 1
Oct. 10-11 Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate 79-70 +5 149 56 5
Oct. 17-19 U.S. Collegiate 76-77-71 +8 224 59 4