JUNIOR YEAR (2005-06):
Had his best finish of the 2005-06 season in the first tournament of the year, with a third place showing at the Missouri Intercollegiate ... finished in the top 10 in two of the first three tournaments of the year ... placed in the top-25 in six tournaments during the 2005-06 season ... had an 18-hole stroke average of 74.26 on the year ... took seventh place at the Mattaponi Springs Shootout, carding a season-best 212 for the three rounds ... shot a final round 66 at the Mattaponi Springs Shootout, his best round of the 2005-06 campaign ... shot 217 or better in all five tournaments of the Fall 2005 season ... took 15th place at the Matlock Collegiate Classic in February ... finished 20th at the Boilermaker Invitational with a 54-hole total of 227.
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2004-05):
Earned Honorable Mention All-America honors by virtue of his 16th-place finish at the NCAA National Championships ... was the first Tiger to earn the honor since John Utley in 1990 ... transfer fit into the Tiger lineup well, starting the first seven tournaments of the season before sitting out the Louisiana Classics ... played in the final six tournaments of the season, and posted six sub-par rounds in that span ... finished as runner-up to Chris Mabry at the Belmont Invitational, after both scorched the Legends Course in Franklin, Tenn., for a school-record-shattering round of 8-under-par 63 ... finished at 10-under 203 for the tournament, breaking the previous 54-hole school record set by Stan Utley in 1983 (and now held by Mabry at 199) ... shot his best first-, second-, and third-round scores of the season at either Belmont or Purdue ... qualified for the 64-man match-play tree at the 105th U.S. Amateur in Ardmore, Pa. Despite losing his first-round match, 1-down, aced the 120-yard 12th hole for his first career hole-in-one.
FRESHMAN YEAR (2003-04 AT NEWMAN UNIVERSITY):
Was part of a Newman (Kan.) squad that won the NAIA Region IV Tournament, which earned the team a berth in the NAIA National Tournament ... finished in a tie for 92nd individually before missing the 54-hole cut ... MCAC medalist and Player of the Year ... tied for third at the Texas Intercollegiate in March ... tied for fifth a month later at the Hal Sutton Intercollegiate.
Born August 14, 1984, in Washington, Mo. ... son of Debbie & Karl Jasper ... majoring in business.