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Juan Pablo Hernandez
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 157
Year: Senior
Hometown: Mexico City, Mexico
High School: Irish Institute
Experience: 3 Letters
Junior (2011-12): Arizona's leader in stroke average (72.56), top-10 finishes (4), top-20 finishes (3) and rounds at par or better (21) ... Has eight rounds in the 60s ... Ninety-five percent of his rounds played (41-of-43) have counted towards the team total ... Has been Arizona's top finisher five times ... Tied for 35th place at the 2012 NCAA Southwest Regional with a 10-over 226 total ... Tallied a 13-over 301 to tie for 47th place at the 2012 Pac-12 Championships ... Finished the Wyoming Cowboy Classic under par for the first time in seven events with a final of 208 (-2), which earned him his seventh top-20 finish of the season at 17th ... At the ASU/Thunderbird Invitational, finished nine-over with a 222 for 48th place ... At the Barona Collegiate Cup, finished with a 220 (+4) to tie for 46th place ... Hernandez finished in the top-20 of the National Invitational Tournament with a 218 (+2) for a tie for 16th place ... At the Fresno State Lexus Classic, Hernandez shot a 216 (E) for seventh place and his fourth top-10 finish of the season ... At the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate, finished even with a 216 to tie for 21st place ... At the John A. Burns Intercollegiate, finished three-over with a 219 to tie for 31st place ... At the Arizona Intercollegiate, carded a low-round 66 in the second round to finish under par for the first time this season with a score of 206 (-7) for second place ... At the Gifford Collegiate Championship, finished nine-over (222) and tied for 25th place ... At the Lone Star Invitational at Briggs Ranch, carded a 71 in the first two rounds for a two-over finish to tie for 12th place ... Finished in sixth place at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate with 210 (E) and his second consecutive top-10 finish ... Opened the season with a top-10 finish at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate, tying for ninth with a 218 (+2) total.



Sophomore (2010-11): A key member of the postseason line-up, helping the Wildcats earn a berth in the NCAA Championships ... Ranked eighth on the team with a stroke average of 75.00 ... Ten of his 34 rounds played were at par or better with a low of 69 ... Had one top-10 and two top-20 finishes to his credit ... Was UA's top finisher at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters ... Tied for 54th place at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate after shooting a 15-over 231 ... Tallied a 75-70=145 (+1) in dual match at New Mexico ... Opened the spring with a 71-74-72=217 (+4) to tie for ninth place at the Arizona Intercollegiate, his best placing of the season ... Shot a 15-over 231 at the Anteater Invitational to tie for 44th place ... Shot a 77-76-72=225 (+9) at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters to finish in a tie for 33rd place, a team best ... Posted another top-20 finish (T17) at the National Invitational Tournament with a 72-75-74=221 total (+5) ... Tied for 69th place at the Barona Cup with a 17-over 233 ... Posted a 75 (+4) in dual match vs. Brown ... Posted a 77-76-69=222 (+12) at the Wyoming Cowboy Classic, where he tied for 71st, but his final round tally was a season low ... Carded a 75-76-70-73=294 (+14) at the 2011 Pac-10 Championships, where he tied for 39th place ... Posted his best effort of the year at the 2011 NCAA Arizona Regional, carding a 71-69-71=211 (-2) to tie for 14th place, one of two Wildcats to finish in the top-15 places ... Shot a 29-over 245 at the 2011 NCAA Championships to tie for 143rd place.



Freshman (2009-19): Has one top-10 finish and five rounds at par or better ... Tied for 46th place at the 2010 Pac-10 Championships after posting a 72-72-72-76=292 (+8) ... Carded a 216 (+3) in the ASU Thunderbird Invitational where he tied for 42nd, his first varsity appearance ... Tied for 66th in the NIT at 15-over ... Tied for 48th in the Arizona Invitational at 219 (+6) ... Shot a 151 (+7) in a Dual Match at New Mexico State ... Led the team with a 139 (-3) in the WNMU Cactus Thaw where he placed third in the best tournament of his young career ... Shot a 77 in a Dual Match at San Diego State in his first round as a Wildcat.



High School: Ranked third in the Mexican Golf Rankings in July of 2008 and first in Mexican Junior Golf Rankings in July 2009 ... Named Rolex Junior All-American in 2008 ... Two-time champion both nationally and internationally ... Three-time national junior doubles champion ... Played internationally in Canada and England.

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