With a 3.0 cumulative grade-point average, four All-America citations and intangible leadership qualities, Chris Nallen exemplified what it meant to be a complete student-athlete. His consistency on the links resulted in a 71.19 career stroke average and a 69.79 single-season average in 2004, both of which remain school records. Following his junior year in which he earned first-team All-America honors, Chris was the lone senior on the 2004 Arizona golf team. Chris responded with a repeat first-team All-America season and led the freshman-laden squad to UA’s first Pac-10 Championship in 13 years. For these accomplishments, Chris was cited by the Pacific-10 Conference as Arizona’s male Pride of the Pac medal award winner. Additionally, he received the Sapphire award which recognizes Arizona’s male student athlete of the year. Chris gained additional experience by playing on the 2003 Walker and Palmer Cup Teams and was the 2003 Northeast Amateur Champion. In his first professional debut on the Nationwide Tour, Chris won the 2004 Gila River Golf Classic. At the time of his induction, Chris remains active on the Nationwide tour and has competed in more than 120 events.