William Park
William Park

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Chapel Hill, N.C.

High School:
East Chapel Hill

Experience:
1 Letter



05/17/2014

Peter Kim Completes Final Round At NCAA Regionals

Kim Places Fourth In Field Of 10 Individuals

05/14/2014

Peter Kim Begins NCAA Regional Action Thursday

Freshman Will Compete As An Individual In The NCAA Tournament

05/06/2014

This Week In Army Athletics

From The Desk Of Boo Corrigan

05/05/2014

Kim Sets Sights On NCAA San Antonio Regional

Freshman Will Compete In The NCAA Individual Tournament

05/19/2012

Park Closes Golf Season With One-Over-Par 72

Senior Finishes Tied for 41st at NCAA Ann Arbor Regional

05/16/2012

Rick Johnston talks with the senior golfer before Park competes in the Ann Arbor Regional starting on Thursday.

Rick Johnston talks with the senior golfer before Park competes in the Ann Arbor Regional starting on Thursday.

05/01/2012

Rick Johnston talks with the senior golfer after Park won the 54-hole Patriot League Championships over the weekend.

Rick Johnston talks with the senior golfer after Park won the 54-hole Patriot League Championships over the weekend.

Has played in 36 career events ... averages a 77.0 through 88 career rounds ... won the Patriot League Championships as a senior ... two-time NCAA Regional participant ... 10 career top-10 showings ... seven top-20 finishes ... four career rounds of 69 ... low scorer for Army at 2011 NCAA Tucson Regional with a +3 total of 216 ... NCAA round included a one-under-70 ... 10 career rounds of par or better.

SPRING 2012: Competed in six events ... two rounds under par ... won his first career tournament, capturing the Patriot League Championships ... blistered Bucknell Golf Club with one-under-par rounds of 69 with a 73 in second round ... shot a one-over-par 211 to win the championship by six strokes ... named Most Outstanding Golfer and first team All-Patriot League ... earned April Patriot League Golfer of the Month accolades ... opened the spring with a five-over-par 77 to tie for fourth against Florida Atlantic at the Polo Club of Boca Raton, Fla. ... tied for 33rd at the Rutherford Intercollegiate ... improved each round with 81-78-76 at Penn State's Blue Course ... tied for 35th at the National Invitational Tournament ... lowered score each time out with 76-75-74 at Tucson Omni National ... tied for 40th at the Triumph at Pauma Valley ... rounds of 80-77-78 at Pauma Valley Country Club ... tied for 68th at the Wolfpack Spring Invitational ... shot 82-77 at the Lonnie Poole Country Club.

FALL 2011: Competed in five events and the dual match against Navy ... one under-par round ... teamed with his brother, Eric, to halve a four-ball match opposite Navy ... dropped his singles match, 4&3 ... opened the season with a tie for 11th at the Bucknell Fall Invitational ... closed with a one-under-par 69 ... shot 76-71 on the first day at Bucknell Golf Club ... tied for seventh at the Service Academy Classic ... shot 77-80-83 at Trump National in Bedminster, N.J. ... placed 13th in the tri-match with Princeton and Georgia with an 82 at Aronimink Golf Club ... tied for 68th at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate ... shot 83-78-78 at the Blackthorn Club ... closed the fall with a 75th-place finish at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate ... rounds of 76-78-80 at Royal Oaks Country Club.

SPRING 2011: Competed in seven events during the spring ... Army's top finisher at the NCAA Tucson Regional ... fired a one-under-par 70 in the second round ... identical 73s in the first and third ... tournament total of 216 was three-over-par for the championship ... placed 15th at the Patriot League Championships ... an even-par 71 was sandwiched by a 78 and 75 ... 224 was +11 for the championship at the U.S. Naval Academy Golf Course ... rolled to a 4&3 win during singles play of the dual-match win at Stetson ... lost his four-ball match with his brother, Eric ... tied for 18th at the Rutherford Intercollegiate ... rounds of 73-77-76--226 at Penn State's Blue Course ... tied for 34th at the Fireline Invitational in Grasonville, Md., with rounds of 79-76-79--234 ... tied for 37th at Pauma Valley ... posted scores of 75-74-83--232 in California.

FALL 2010: Competed in five events during the fall season ... won two points in dual match against Navy ... opened the season tied for seventh at the Central Connecticut State Invitational ... was +6 for the championship (75-73--148) ... teamed with Anthony Kim for a 4&3 win during four-ball competition against Navy ... posted a 2-up win during singles play ... tied for seventh at the Classic at Shelter Harbor ... second-round one-under-par 70 led to 146, +4 for the championship ... tied for 18th at the 18-hole Service Academy Golf Tournament ... closed the fall tied for 64th at the Memphis Intercollegiate ... rounds of 83-78-74--236.

SPRING 2010: Played in four events, including one as an individual ... opened the spring season with a tie for 33rd at the Triumph at Pauma Valley ... rounds of 77-77-81--235 ... placed in a tie for 66th at the Fireline Towson Invitational ... 77-82-79--238 ... played as an individual at the Lafayette Invitational where he finished T67 ... shot 84-78--162 ... tied for 105th at the C&F Intercollegiate at the famed Kingsmill Resort ... rounds of 81-83--164.

FALL 2009: Competed in three events, including the dual match win against Navy ... two top-10 finishes ... earned half a point during singles play in Army's dramatic 6-5 win ... fired back-to-back under-par rounds at the Service Academy Championships to finish tied for sixth ... tournament total of 222 after 18s of 82-71-69 ... six-over-par for the championship ... opened the season tied for eighth at the Mulekicker Classic ... 74-71--145 total was five-over par.

SPRING 2009: Played in five events ... two top-10 finishes ... earned second team All-Patriot League honors ... opened the Patriot League Championships with an even-par 70 at West Point Golf Course ... shot 83-74 over final day to finish at 227 in ninth-place ... career-best tie for sixth in previous event, the Mount St. Mary's Invitational ... rounds of 76-72--148 led to a tie for sixth as team captured team title at Littlestown, Pa., event ... shot an 82 to finish tied for 29th at Peacock Invitational in Neshanic Station, N.J. ... 84-85--169 at the season-opening Carlton Oaks Collegiate in Santee, Calif. ... 79-80--159 and tied for 94th at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate in Williamsburg, Va.

FALL 2008: Competed in four events ... drew assignments in Fairway Club Invitational, Davidson Invitational and Sycuan Invitational as well as dual match against Navy ... earned two points against Midshipmen ... teamed with James Raymond for a 3&2 victory in doubles ... earned singles points with 2&1 victory ... finished in the top-11 twice ... tied for seventh at the Davidson Invitational ... 77-72-76--225 at the Charlotte, N.C., event where Army shared the team championship ... ended the fall with an 11th-place finish at the Sycuan Invitational ... rounds of 78-80-77--235 at the El Cajon, Calif., tournament ... tied for 56th in first career event ... shot 79-82--161 at the Fairway Club Invitational in Nebraska City, Neb.

MISC: Ranked as high as fifth in North Carolina and 370th nationally by Golfweek ... four-time all-conference selection at East Chapel Hill High School ... two-time team most valuable player and team captain ... chosen as the Piedmont Athletic Conference Player of the Year as a junior ... finished seventh at the North Carolina 3A High School Championships ... also secured seventh place at the North Carolina Junior Championship ... carded a 66 for a sixth-place finish at the Joe Cheves Championship ... placed seventh at the FCWT Wake Forest Junior Golf Classic ... finished fourth at the PGA Junior Series ... son of Beum-Jo and Hyun-Jun Park ... brother, Eric, is a junior member of the Army golf team ... enjoys eating, sleeping and watching movies ... majoring in Economics.

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