WASHINGTON STATE CAREER
RS SENIOR (2001-02): Competed in 11 events on the season for the Cougars...posted 16 rounds of par or better, including seven round below 70 in his 11 tournaments...put forth top-25 efforts in every tournament but one (9), including four top-10 finishes...won the Duck Invitational with a 10-under 206 in three rounds...matched his career low mark of 66 in the first round of the Wolf Pack Classic, where he finished fourth...left WSU atop the school's all-time list for tournament wins in a career, with three...also finished his career at fifth on WSU's all-time list for career scoring average (73.78)...named to the PING All-Pacific Region Team...named to the All-Pacific-10 Conference Second Team...tied for 14th at the Pac-10 Championships in Corvallis, Ore., shooting 3-over for the tournament...scoring average of 72.0 led the team...left WSU at second on the list for career top-10 finishes (14) and first on the list for career top-25s (28).
RS JUNIOR (2000-2001): Established school record with a 73.4 stroke average in 2001...was a model of consistency in his third season, becoming the first Cougar play every round of every event under 80...tied for eighth at the Wolf Pack Classic in October to begin a tear that would continue through the spring...tied a career-best by firing a 67 in the final round of the 49er Collegiate Classic to propel him into a tie for fourth...finished second in back-to-back weeks at the Inland Collegiate Challenge and the Sacramento State Invitational...exploded for a career-best 66 at the Shocker Classic to finish in a tie for 24th...fired rounds of 69, 72, 71, and 72 to place 18th at the Pac-10 Championship...named Honorable Mention All-Pac-10...finished the season with four top 10 appearances and six top 25's... Competed at the British Amateur in Prestwick, Scotland in June.
RS SOPHOMORE (1999-2000): Opened the season by firing a career-low 67 in the second round of the Rocky Mountain Invitational in fall 1999, finishing 12th...eighth at the Fairway Club Invitational with a seven-over par 220...tied for 13th at the Husky Invitational...ended the fall 1999 season by placing 13th at the Stan Sheriff Intercollegiate in Hawaii...placed in the top 25 in each of the five fall events with an average of 73.8...helped WSU to second consecutive win at the Inland Collegiate Challenge with a two-under par 70 and a second place finish...earned seventh top 25 appearance of the year at the US Intercollegiate, placing 21st to end his sophomore season...finished 99-00 season with a 74.6 average.
RS FRESHMAN (1998-1999): Qualified for 1998 U.S. Amateur at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York...made collegiate debut at the Northwest Classic in fall 1998...played in 24 rounds as a freshman...best fall finish came at the Idaho Invitational, where he placed fifth... Won the Inland Collegiate Challenge in spring 1999, firing a first round 69 and thrid round 68.
FRESHMAN (1997-1998): Redshirt season.
Earned two varsity letters in golf and baseball...as a junior, was named second team All-Northwest League and played on league and county championship teams in golf...first team all conference and 25th at state his senior year... Tigers went 13-0 and captured the league, county, district, and state titles in 1997, under head coach Charlie Herzberg.
Born June 23, 1979 in Mt. Vernon, Wash.... parents Greg and Patty Hattori and Gerb and Cheryl Reehoorn...teammates call him "The Bear"...communication and business major at WSU.
YEAR EVENTS ROUNDS STROKES AVG LOW TOP 10 TOP25 1998-99 8 24 1810 75.4 68 2 3 1999-00 12 35 2612 74.6 67 2 7 2000-01 12 33 2423 73.4 66 4 6 2001-02 10 28 2015 71.9 66 4 9 Totals 42 120 8860 73.8 66 12 25