Mizzou will advance to NCAA Finals May 23-28
Kraus, Zech lead Tigers during Sunday's final round
Cuartero fires even-par 70 to pace the Tigers heading into Sunday's finale
Tigers one of 12 nationally-ranked programs competing this weekend
Cuartero, Kraus finish second to pace strong Mizzou effort
Columbia Orthopedic Group Intercollegiate
JUNIOR YEAR (2011-12):
Led Missouri with a 72.4 stroke average in 11 events, including victories at the Michigan Wolverine Intercollegiate and the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate, where he shared medalist honors ... Had six Top 10 finishes and qualified for the 2012 NCAA Regional Championships ... Top round came in the opening round of the 2012 Columbia Orthopedic Group Mizzou Intercollegiate where he fired a 6-under-par 66 ... Also shot a final-round 66 to win in Michigan as well ... Finished second at the John Dallio Memorial and the C&F Bank Invitational.
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010-11):
Recorded one of the greatest seasons in Mizzou Golf history as a sophomore, winning four events including the 2011 NCAA Southeast Regional Championship ... The four wins are a single-season record at Mizzou ... Qualified for the NCAA Championships with his regional victory ... 2011 Ping Golf All-American ... 2011 Team USA member at the World University Games in China, where he finished 15th in the world ... Had nine Top 10 finishes as a sophomore and eight finishes in the top five ... Won three consecutive events, a first at Mizzou, with wins at the South Dakota State Jackrabbit Invitational, the Arkansas-Little Rock First Tee Classic and the Mizzou Intercollegiate ... Led the club with a 71.8 scoring average ... Tied the school record in the final round of the NCAA Regional Championship with a 10-under-par 62 ... The 62 is the lowest final round score in school history and the lowest ever for a Tiger at a postseason event ... Had 13 rounds in the 60s, including a 9-under-par 63 at the Jackrabbit to open play ... His 54-hole total of 199 at that event is the lowest finishing total in school history.
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009-2010):
Finished in the top-25 in all five fall tournaments, including three top-fives ... claimed fourth place at the Turning Stone Intercollegiate with a three-round total of 219 ... took runner-up honors at the Kansas Intercollegiate with a career-best 214 total, with rounds of 71, 71 and 72 ... finished in fifth place at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic with a 216 total ... opened the Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic with a 68 ... was 11th at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate ... picked up top-six finishes in each of the first three events of the spring ... took sixth at the Snowman Getaway, which included a 67 in the opening round on his way to a 54-hole total of 216 ... carded a season-best 211 at the George Washington Invitational, finishing in fifth place ... shot a 69 in the final round of the GW Invite ... was the medalist at the First Market Intercollegiate with rounds of 69 and 70 ... recorded a 205 at the COG-Mizzou Intercollegiate.
Played in three tournaments in the fall ... best finshed was a 31st-place showing at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate ... low round of the fall came in the final round of the Austin Peay Intercollegiate, when he carded a 70 ... had a season-best 54-hole score of 221 at the Austin Peay Intercollegiate with rounds of 75-76-70 ... did not participate in any spring tournaments due to injury and received a medical redshirt ... advanced to the round of 16 at the United States Amateur Public Links ... finished second in the stroke-play qualifying for the U.S. Amateur Public Links.
Won every match he played in during his junior and senior years at Dixon High School in Dixon, Mo. ... claimed two State Championships and took third place in his sophomore season ... was a four-time All-State, All-District and All-Conference selection ... was a five-time winner of the AJGA Championship ... earned All-American honors in 2007 and 2008 ... was the youngest player to win an AJGA tournament at 13 years, two months and six days ... picked up 14 top-10s in AJGA play ... had a career low high school round of 64 ... made the Honor Roll all four years.
Son of Randy and Teresa Long... majoring in business at Missouri ... sister played golf at Evangel College in Springfield, Mo.
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