2014 No. 19 player nationally (Golfweek/Sagarin)
2014 No. 19 player nationally (Golfstat)
2014 PING All-America Second Team
2014 All-American Athletic Conference Team
2013 All-Conference USA First Team
2014 PING All-Central Region Team
2013 PING All-Central Region Team
2013 Conference USA Championships All-Tournament Team
2012 Conference USA Championships All-Tournament Team
2014 Border Olympics Individual Champion
2014 Querencia Cabo Collegiate Individual Champion
2014 Bayou City Collegiate Championship Individual Champion
2013 Northern Intercollegiate Individual Champion
2013 Conference USA Individual Champion
2011-12 Conference USA All-Freshmen Team
Golfweek National Player of the Week (March 17, 2014)
American Athletic Conference Golfer of the Week (March 19, 2014)
American Athletic Conference Golfer of the Week (Feb. 26, 2014)
JUNIOR (2013-14) Fall - Captured the individual title at the season-opening Northern Intercollegiate... Was his second tournament title in a three-event stretch... Opened the tournament with a 68 and followed with a 70... Helped lead the Cougars to the team title at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic... Opened that tournament with a 70 and tied for 24th at 220... Tied for 10th at the David Toms Intercollegiate with a score of 218...Fired a 1-under-par 71 in the second round and closed out that tournament with a 72. Spring - Made his season debut at the Cougars' own Bayou Collegiate Championship.... Fired three straight rounds in the 60s, including a final-round 66, to win his second individual title of the season... Became only the 10th player in Houston history to post a round of 66 or better in the third round or later... Bogeyed two of his first four holes and then played his final 50 holes bogey free... Honored as the American Athletic Conference Golfer of the Week following that performance... Captured the Querencia Cabo Collegiate individual title with a score of 4-under-par 209 and helped lead the Cougars to the team championship... Was his fourth win in his last eight events... Fired back-to-back 68s to open that tournament... Became the first Cougar to win consecutive tournaments since Andy Sanders in 1999... Posted three straight sub-par rounds to win the Border Olympics individual title at 7-under-par 209... Fired a second-round 68 at that event... Tied for fourth at the rain-shortened Reunion Intercollegiate with a score of 145. The American Championships: Tied for fourth with a score of 213... Posted a score of 70 in the Second Round... Was his third straight top-5 finish at a conference postseason tournament. NCAA Eugene Regional: Fired a 1-under-par 69 in the Final Round to move into a tie for eighth at 215... Was his career-low score and best finish at an NCAA Regional. NCAA Championships: Fired back-to-back rounds in the 60s during the final two rounds at Prairie Dunes Country Club... Posted a 68 in the Second Round and a 69 in the Third Round... Tied for 19th at 1-under-par 209... Joined with James Ross to become first Cougar teammates to finish among the NCAA Championships top-20 leaders since 2000.
Posted the team's lowest round of the season with a 65 in the second round at the Conference USA Championships... Led the Cougars with a 73.21 scoring average and tied for the team lead with two top-five finishes and five rounds in the 60s. Fall - Made his season debut at The Invitational at Kiawah Island... Tied for 18th with a score of 230 to finish second among the Cougars at that event... Finished in a tie for 11th at the Shoal Creek Intercollegiate with a score of 217... Shot a second-round 68 at that event, draining birdies on four of five holes during one stretch... Drained four straight birdies during his final nine holes in the final round of the Lone Star Invitational to help lead the Cougars to the team championship... His final birdie on the 538-yard, par-5 fourth hole moved Houston to within one stroke of North Texas for the lead... Finished in a tie for second at 214... Lowered his scores by at least three strokes with each round at that event. Spring - Finished with a 68 in the final round at the Bayou City Collegiate Championship to move into a tie for 11th with a score of 215... Tied for seventh at the Louisiana Classics with a score of 216... Posted sub-par totals in the first and final rounds... Capped his stay at the Border Olympics with a final-round 69 to tie for 10th with a score of 217. Conference USA Championships: Became the 14th player in Houston history to win a conference tournament... Posted three straight rounds of par or better to win the Conference USA Championships with a score of 8-under-par 208... Drained a 40-foot birdie on the 18th hole of the second round to finish with a 65... Became only the second player in school history to shoot a 65 in a conference tournament, joining Tray Tyner (1987 Southwest Conference)... Clinched the team and individual titles with a 30-foot birdie on the 18th hole of the final round. NCAA Baton Rouge Regional: Tied for 45th with a score of 231. Summer: One of five Cougars to finish among the top-13 leaders at the Texas Amateur Championship at Houston's Lakeside Country Club... Closed out the tournament with a final-round 67 to move into a tie for 13th at 287.
One of only two Cougars to compete in all 13 team-scoring tournaments... Led the team with a 72.97 scoring average and 15 rounds of par or better... Topped the Cougars with three top-five finishes and tied for the team lead with four top-10 showings... Second among the Cougars with five rounds in the 60s. Fall - Made his collegiate debut at the season-opening Gopher Invitational... Led the Cougars with a score of 222 to tie for 14th... Fired a final-round 70 to move into a tie for 11th place at the Fighing Irish Gridiron Classic.... Posted scores of 66-67 during the first two rounds of the Lone Star Invitational... Tied for fourth place with a score of 215. Spring - Capped the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational with back-to-back par rounds to lead the Cougars and finish in a tie for 2nd with a score of 219... Posted 69s in the first and final rounds of the Rice Intercollegiate to finish third with a score of 212... Fired an opening-round 71 at the Louisiana Classics... Finished in a tie for 24th at that event... Shot an even-par 72 in the opening round at the Border Olympics... Tied for 29th at that tournament with a score of 225... Fired rounds of 72-71 to open the Insperity Augusta State Invitational... Finished in a tie for 34th at that event. Conference USA Championships: Opened the first two rounds with 70-68 to grab a share of the second-round lead... Finished in a tie for fifth place with a score of 214 to earn a place on the Championships All-Tournament Team. NCAA Athens Regional: Tied for 45th with a score of 221. Summer: Finished in a tie for 19th at the Southern Amateur Championship with a score of 3-over-par 291 at Chenal Country Club in Little Rock, Ark... Moved as high as seventh place at that prestigious amateur event... Fired sub-par scores in the first and third rounds.
HARLINGEN SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL
Competed for head coach Larry Kruse. Senior (2010-11): Class 5A All-State First Team selection... Won his fourth straight District 31-5A individual championship with back-to-back 74s to help lead the Hawks to the team title for the third time during his prep career. Junior (2009-10): Won his third straight District 31-5A individual championship... Qualified for the Class 5A State Golf Tournament the day after his mother passed away... Finished seventh at the Class 5A State Golf Tournament... Earned second-place finishes at the Junior Championship Qualifier at The Woodlands, at the Texas Junior Masters at Hyatt Hill, at the Texas State Junior Championships at Horseshoe Bay Country Club and at the AJGA Houston Junior at Sweetwater Country Club. Sophomore (2008-09): Successfully defended his District 31-5A individual championship... Helped lead team to second straight district championship. Freshman (2007-08): Captured the District 31-5A individual crown during his first prep season... Led squad to district team title.
Full name is Roman Andres Robledo... Born Jan. 16, 1993, in Harlingen, Texas... Son of Roman Robledo and the late Imelda Rangel Robledo... Uncle Rene Rangel lettered for the Cougars from 1990 to 1993... Majoring in retailing and consumer sciences.
Conference USA Championships
Oct. 16, 2011
Lone Star Invitational
Oct. 16-17, 2011
Bayou City Collegiate Championship
Feb. 21-23, 2014
Relative to Par
Bayou City Collegiate Championships
Feb. 21-23, 20-14
Querencia Cabo Collegiate
Bayou City Collegiate Championship
Conference USA Championships
March 14-15, 2014
March 2-4, 2014
Feb. 21-23, 2014
Sept. 6-8, 2013
April 21-23, 2013