Ben Moser

    Hometown:
    Waterloo, Ontario

    High School:
    St. David Catholic Secondary/Kent State

    Height / Weight:
    5-11 / 180

    Birthdate:
    04/11/1986

    Experience:
    2L

    Major:
    Business Management

    Ben Moser

    • C-USA Co-Golfer of the Week (March 26, 2008)

    SENIOR (2008-09)
    Fall - Made his season debut at the Cobb/Ferrell Mean Green Classic... Led the Cougars at that tournament with a score of 221 to finish in a tie for 15th place... Tied for 15th at the Del Walker Intercollegiate to lead the Cougars for the second straight tournament... Posted a score of 212 to lead the team... Led the Cougars at the Baylor Intercollegiate with a 17th-place finish. Spring - Led the Cougars with an even-par 216 to tie for third at the Rice Intercollegiate... Fired a 69-68 through the first two rounds to grab the first-day lead... Finished second at UH's own All-American Intercollegiate... Fired back-to-back 69s in the final two rounds to lead the Cougars... Led the Cougars at the National Invitational Tournament with a score fo 221 to tie for 29th... Shot a 4-under-par 68 during the final round of the Administaff Augusta State Invitational to lead the Cougars... Rallied from a tough start to shoot a 69 in the final round at the River Landing Intercollegiate.

    JUNIOR (2007-08)
    Fall - Played in all four tournaments... Recorded the first Top-Five finish of his career with a fifth-place score of 219 at the Kansas Invitational... Had a score of 217 at the Del Walker Intercollegiate... Shot 227 at the Duke Classic... Began his collegiate career at the St. Mary's Invitational, where he posted a score of 230. Spring - Finished second at the Cougars' own All-American Intercollegiate with a score of 216... Fired a 71 in the middle round at that tournament... Posted an even-par 72 in the second round at the Border Olympics... Tied for medalist honors at the National Invitational Tournament after shooting 8-under-par 208... Finished 7-under-par through the final two rounds of that tournament... Led the Cougars with a 13th-place finish at the C-USA Championship... Posted scores of 72 and 71 during the first two rounds on the way to a 54-hole score of 218.

    PRE-HOUSTON
    Golfed for two years at Kent State... Competed in four tournaments in his sophomore season... Tied for 26th place at the Mattaponi Springs Shootout with a 3-over-par score of 219... Tied for 38th place at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate after shooting 9-over par... Played in six tournaments in freshman season with the Flashes... Posted a scoring average of 75.50... Best finish was a tie for 22nd place at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at the Ridges after shooting an even par 72 in the final round... Shot a season-low round of 71 in the second round of the 2006 Louisiana Classics, where he tied for 32nd place... Also played in the Tunica National Intercollegiate and Inverness Intercollegiate Tournaments.

    HIGH SCHOOL
    Attended St. David Catholic Secondary School... Honored as the 2004 Male Athlete of the Year... Was also named golf team MVP all four years of high school... Won the Ontario Junior Tournament of Champions and the R.C.G.A. Future Links Championship at Listowel Golf Club in 2004... Was the medalist in Porter Cup Qualifying after he tied the tournament's record for low qualifying round with a 64... Eventually tied for 53rd place...Lost in the round of 16 at the 2005 GAO Ontario Match Play Championship and RCGA Canadian Amateur... Tied for third at GAO Men's Amateur with a 5-under-par 283... Selected to the Canadian Junior Boys All-Star Team that competed in the 2004 Canada vs. Ireland matches... Was the runner-up at the 2004 Ontario Junior Boys Championship where he had a four-round total of 2-under par 286... Played hockey in the Cambridge Winterhawks League and helped team capture a provincial championship.

    PERSONAL
    Born April 11, 1986, in Waterloo Ontario, Canada... Son of Dennis and Judy Moser... Majoring in business management... Is left-handed... Also recruited by UAB and Oklahoma.

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