Tim Gavrich
Tim Gavrich
Height: 5-9
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Avon, Conn.
High School: Westminster

2010-11: Three-year letterwinner and a team captain ... expected to remain one of the team's top golfers during his senior campaign.

2009-10: Played in all 20 rounds during his junior season, posting a 77.0 stroke average, which was good for second on the team ... tied for 22nd at the ODAC Championship event by shooting a three-day score of 78-84-75—237 ... carded a team-best score of 71 in the stroke play portion of the Buck Leslie Challenge against James Madison ... shot a 75-71-76--222 at the Marine Corps Intercollegiate ... led the team and finished tied for 43rd overall at the Jekyll Island Collegiate with a score of Tim Gavrich   76-74-79--229 ... tied for 35th at the Callaway Collegiate (76-82--158) ... also had a strong fall season, finishing 14th at the Elizabethtown Invitational with a 78-80—158 … tied for 22nd overall with a 74-77—151 at the Greensboro Invitational … tied for 11th overall at the Virginia Intercollegiate Tournament (77-76—153).

2008-09: Logged a 77.6 stroke average over nine rounds played … carded a 76-81—157 to tie for 51st at the Greensboro Invitational … tied for eighth place with a 77-78—155 at the McDaniel Invitational … finished in 51st-place with a 74-79-77—230 at the Marine Corps Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate.

2007-08: Played 20 rounds and finished fifth on the team with a 78.8 scoring average ... tied for 23rd at the ODAC Championship with a 79-78-83—240 ... completed the NCAA Championships in a tie for 106th place by carding a 91-81-73-78—323 ... tied for 15th in his first career invitational, shooting a 76-78—154 at the Randolph-Macon Invitational ... shot a season-low 69 en route to tying for 18th place (69-78—147) at the Oglethorpe/Royal Lakes Classic.

High School: Lettered in golf, soccer and squash at The Westminster School ... helped lead the golf team to a conference championship as a sophomore ... named team MVP as a sophomore and senior.

Off the Course: Member of the University Wind Ensamble … English major.