WASHINGTON STATE CAREER
RS SENIOR (2005-06): Competed in four events for the Cougars, all in the Spring...finished in the top 25 in three of the four tournaments...tied for 25th in the Inland Cup, tied for 24th in the Thunderbird Invite, and tied for 19th in the Washington Winter Championship...show season-low single-round score of 71 in the first round of the Thunderbird Invite...concluded his career with 10 total top-25 finishes.
RS JUNIOR (2004-05): Recorded seven top 25 finishes including four top 10 efforts...ended season with a 74.0 scoring average...captured Inland Cup title with a 1-under 70 to open spring schedule...fired a 3-under 69 in the second round of the Bite/Pacific Coast Intercollegiate en route to a 10th place finish...first top 25 finish came with a 23rd place effort in second tournament as a Cougar at the Opus Northwest Husky Invitational...finished tied for 10th in next tournament, the Wolf Pack Classic...second consecutive top 10 finish came with a tie for 9th place at the Barona Collegiate Cup...fired season bests rounds of 4-under 68s to finish with a 54-hole total of 208 (-8)...fourth consecutive top 25 finish at the Turtle Bay Invitational...captured the 103rd Pacific Northwest Amateur Championship in the summer of 2004...won the championship 4 and 2 in the final round of match play format at the Overlake Golf and Country Club, July 17...qualified for the 2004 U.S. Amateur Championship by firing a two-round total of 134 (-10) to win the Woodburn, Ore., qualifier, July 28.
Transferred to WSU from Pepperdine University after 2002-03 season.
Earned four varsity letters in golf for coach Paul Peters at Mead...was team-captain his last three seasons...earned first team All-Greater Spokane League honors his freshman, junior and senior seasons...placed 14th in the 4A State Championship freshman year...notched his first tournament victory in the Clarkston Invitational...finished seventh at State his sophomore year and earned second team all-league honors...won the 4A State Championship his junior season and helped his team to a second place finish in State...awarded the Greater Spokane League MVP...finished eighth at State his senior season, helping his team to a third place finish at State...finalist for the Junior Male Athlete of the Year award sponsored by The Spokesman Review.
David Michael Fern...born Sept. 13, 1982, at Oakland, Calif....father Peter is a MD obstetrician...mother Susan is an ex-nurse...sister Andrea and brother Alex...graduated high school with a 3.75 GPA...studying sport management at WSU.
YEAR EVENTS ROUNDS STROKES AVG LOW TOP 10 TOP25 2004-05 13 37 2736 74.0 68 4 7 2005-06 4 9 691 76.7 71 0 3 Totals 17 46 3427 74.5 68 4 10