Cory Howard
Cory Howard
Year: Senior
Hometown: Jacksonville Beach, Fla.
High School: Ponte Vedra
Major: Accounting

2014-15 season: First team Division III PING All-America, third straight year on team... USA South Player of the Year... One of five finalists for the 2015 Division III Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award... One of 24 golfers nationwide selected to the All-Nicklaus team... USA South Academic All-Conference... NCAA Division III Men's Golf All-American Scholar... USA South Don Scalf Award as the conference's male student athlete of the year... First LaGrange College athlete to receive the award... Third straight season selected to PING Southeastern All-Region Team... USA South All-Conference first team for third straight year... Selected three times as USA South Player of the Week... Finished second in Golfstat.com Division III player rankings... Led USA South conference with a 74.4 scoring average... Low medalist in USA South Tournament with rounds of 77-71-73 for a 221 total... Low medalist by eight shots in USA South Tournament with rounds of 69-70-71 for a 210 total... 11th at NCAA Division III Championships...Shot first round 67 at NCAA tournament... Won Wynlakes Invitational with five-under par total of 139... Tied for first at Jekyll Island Intercollegiate with three round total of 9-under par 207... Tied career low round with second round 66 at Jekyll Island... In same tournament, played final 47 holes without a bogey...

2013-14 Season: Named to Division III PING All-America second team... Second Panther to make All-America teams twice... Second straight season selected to PING Southeastern All-Region Team... USA South All-Conference first team... Earned USA South Academic All-Conference honors... Low medalist in USA South Tournament with rounds of 77-71-73 for a 221 total... Won Wynlakes Intercollegiate Invitational with rounds of 72 and 73 for a 145 total... Tied for 19th at NCAA Division III National Championship Tournament... Finished second at Golfweek Fall Invitational with three day total score of 4-under par 209, the best tournament score by a Panther during the season... In same tournament, shot collegiate low-round of 66... Tied for third at Royal Lakes/Oglethorpe Fall Invitational... Twice selected as USA South Golfer of the Week... Led team and was third in the USA South scoring average at 73.9... Finished the season 14th in the Golfstat Division III player rankings...

2012-13 Season: NCAA Division III PING First-Team All-American... Selected to the PING Southeastern All-Region team... First team to USA All-Conference team... Ranked fourth in the Division III Golfstat.com individual rankings... One of five individuals to be invited to play in the NCAA Division III Championships... Runner-up in the USA South Tournament and earned All-Tournament honors... Finished season with 72.95 score per round average... Had team-leading six rounds under par... Set team record of 8-under par in winning Golfweek Fall Invitational... Had low rounds of back-to-back 68 in same tournament... Named USA South Golfer of the Week for winning Golfweek Fall Invitational... In addition to winning the Golfweek Fall Invitational, had second place finish at O'Briant-Jensen Invitational... Finished in the top 10 in eight of 10 tournaments...

2011-12 Season: GSAC Freshman of the Year... GSAC All-Conference... Played in all 11 fall and spring tournaments... Had three top-10 finishes... Runner-up to teammate Hudson Kenner at the GSAC Championship Tournament... Shot season best and tournament best 68 in final round of GSAC Championship Tournament... Finished third at Reeder Cup and tied for ninth at Pine Needles Tournament...

High School: Member of Nease High School golf team's 2008 Florida state champion... Played on two more state champion team at Ponte Vedra High School... Named to Florida High School First Coast team 2009, 2010 and 2011... Recipient of Vardon Trophy for North Florida Junior Golf Tour in 2010... Won several events during junior career on local and regional tours.

Born: Feb. 17, 1993... Parents: David and Kim Howard.