FALL 2010: Competed in three events...Shot season-low round of 69 in first round of Navy Fall Invitational (9/11)...Tied for 16th in that event, his season-best finish.
SPRING 2009: Appeared in all five spring events plus the MAAC Championships...Shot a season-best par score of 71 in serving as the Saints individual leader following the first round of the Navy Invitational (4/18)...Finished in the top-20 in helping the Saints to a close second-place finish at the MAAC Championships.
FALL 2008: Competed in all four fall invitationals, finishing in the top-10 once...Shot a season-best round of +3 (75) at the Cornell Invitational (9/27-28)...Tied teammate Dan Abbondandolo as the top Siena finisher at the Lehigh Invitational (10/25-26), finishing tied for eighth overall.
SPRING 2008: MAAC Rookie of the Year...Finished in the top-10 individually in two tournaments...Tied for 10th overall at the MAAC Championships...Shot a two round score of 148 (75-73) in leading all Siena competitors finishing 10th at the Lafayette Invitational (4/12-13)
FALL 2007: Tied for 19th at Keenan Invitational to start his career posting a 148(77-71)...Tied for 41st place in Cornell Invitational with 231 (73-82-76) finish...Captured fourth place finish in Hofstra Invitational win, shooting an impressive 144 (75-69)...Bested Siena men with second-place tie at Lehigh fall season finisher, posting a 151 (73-78).
BEFORE SIENA: Lettered six years of Varsity Golf at Christian Brothers Academy under Head Coach Michael Wood...Named three time 1st team All-Section...Was the 2006 NYS Junior Amateur Champion...Qualified for the Westfield Jr. PGA Championships in Ohio by shooting a 66 in the final round...Named the 2006 Northeastern New York PGA Junior Player of the Year.
PERSONAL: Born June 1, 1989...The son of Donald Jr. and Ann DeNyse...Has a younger brother Daniel...A Marketing/Management Major...Chose Siena for its "small school atmosphere and athletic reputation"...Also was recruited to play golf by Wagner, Skidmore, St. John's, Rochester and Binghamton.