Now teeing off ... Paul Cecil
Raad and Toney shoot scores of 70 on first day, Hawks tally 598 total score
Raad finishes in top-30, Cecil drills hole-in-one
Raad and Veverka to lead team this fall, Cropper opens initial campaign with Hawks
by: David Whigham
2011-2012: Earned Coach's Award for UMES Golf ... Improved average round score by over 1.5 strokes from last year, averaging an 85 in 13 rounds ... best two-round finish of his career with +21 at the Black College Hall of Fame Invitational Golf Tournament, earning a +21 with rounds of 83 and 82 for 44th place ... took 40th place in the Savannah State Tiger Fall Invitational with +27 finish ... tied for 22nd place in three-round MEAC Showcase with a final score of +36, including a season best round of 78 on the second day.
2010-2011: Competed in six tournaments ... shot an average of 86.6 in 15 rounds ... had two strongest rounds of the season at Mount St. Mary's Spring Invitational, shooting 78 and 79 on first two days, finishing at +31 for 40th place in three-day event ... finished 26th in Savannah State Tiger Fall Invit. with +29.
High School: Lettered in golf and tennis ... captained high school golf team that began in 2009 ... made all league A-Team and made it to CIF.
Personal: Born May 12, 1992 in San Diego, Calif. ... son of Gordon and Harriet Brown ... has three brothers, Kenneth, Kashun and Keontae, and three sisters, Kijonnae, Kyrishaa and Kyonna ... major is professional golf management ... personal best sports moment was achieving top-16 in city match play ... personal best non-sports moment was performing lead roles in The Wiz, Once On This Island and Grease in high school theater ... plans to play and/or teach golf or operate a golf course after graduation ... favorite book is Sold ... favorite movie is Two Can Play That Game ... personal athletic goal is to be ready for all tournaments.