FALL 2006: Participant in three events for the Saints...Best showing came at the St. Bonaventure Invitational, where he finished third on the team and 24th overall 76-73-149...Recorded a scoring average of 77.4 by semester's end, besting his spring average of 79.4.
SPRING 2006: Appeared on the Saints' scorecard in each event during regular season, except for the Lafayette Invitational...Secured a 79.4 scoring average by the end of the spring campaign...Finished tied in 21st place and second on the team at the University of Dayton Spring Invitational...Finished the 2006 JetBlue MAAC Championships in 13th place 77-82-76-235.
FALL 2005: Made his only appearance of the fall at the Binghamton NBT Bank Collegiate Classic, where he notched an 18th place showing 75-77-152...Calculated a 76 scoring average.
SPRING 2005: Sat out the semester per NCAA regulations after transferring from Western Carolina University.
FALL 2004 (Western Carolina): Registered a pair of appearances out of the five scheduled on the Dukes' fall slate...Competed in the Shoot-Out at Wild Wing, where he had his best performance of the semester, as he finished third on the team and tied for 14th overall 74-77-151...Played as an individual in the WCU/Sapphire Valley Intercollegiate Invitational, where he posted an overall 45th place showing.
SPRING 2004 (Western Carolina): Featured in three events for the Dukes...Saw his best play of the spring come at the UTC-Geico Direct Spring Invitational, where he concluded the event tied for 35th overall and third on the team 83-75-75-233...Also participated in the Winthrop-Waterford Invitational, where he finished tied for 68th place 85-75-75-233 and the Furman Invitational, where he concluded the spring season fifth on the team 82-88-79-249.
FALL 2003 (Western Carolina): Featured in just one event on behalf of WCU with it being the Sonic/Chattanooga Intercollegiate Invitational, where placed 75th over a three-day span 84-78-78-240.
BEFORE SIENA: Attended Lowville High School in his hometown of Lowville, N.Y.
WRONOWSKI ON ARRIGO: "Alex will be an important asset to us this spring in capturing victories at various tournaments. He's a golfer with a quite demeanor who lets his play on the course speak for himself."