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Jon Seward
Jon Seward

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Fort Washington, Md.

High School:
DeMatha H.S.

Height / Weight:
5-3 / 120

Birthdate:
05/18/1994

2013-2014: Competed in two tournaments and four rounds for the Hawks ... posted second-best average on team with 78.00 (+6) ... shot season-best 75 in first round of year at Myrtle Beach Invitational (Sept. 23) ... used 75, 80 to place 42nd with score of 160 (+16) at same tournament ... shot consecutive rounds of 76 to place 33rd at Black College Alumni HOF Invitational (Sept. 28) ... three of four rounds on year were under 80 ... named to MEAC Commissioner's All-Academic Team

2012-2013 (Freshman): Played in four tournaments and seven rounds for UMES ... averaged a score of 85.29 (+13) ... had two of the top-40 rounds for UMES ... shot sixth most rounds on team ... finished with season-best score of 79 in second round of PGA Minority Championships (May 10) ... finished 112th at Whiting Turner Towson Invitational (April 2) ... placed 45th at PGA Minority Championships.

High School: Graduated from DeMatha Catholic High School ... lettered in golf, baseball and basketball ... was undefeated in individual competition his junior year ... recieved a silver medal during the 2012 golf season ... inducted into the Leadership Institute during his sophomore year ... was awarded the best new journalist in 2011.

Personal: Born May 18, 1994 in Fort Washington, Md. ... son of Jon and Karen Seward ... has one sister, Kamille ... major is PGA Golf Management ... superstitions include praying before every match ... lists his parents as the people that have influenced him the most in his life ... personal best non-athletic accomplishment is being the editor of his high school newspaper ... plans to get a job in the PGA after graduation from UMES ... best advice recieved is "If yout dont stand for something, you will fall for anything" ... personal athletic goal before graduation is to win the MEAC Championship ... favorite book is Malcom X ... favorite movie is The Tempations.

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