His stellar UA career was distinguished by First Team All-Pac-10 honors for three straight years and All-America honors for four including First Team All-America honors in his senior year. As a freshman he finished second in the U.S. Amateur and third at the NCAA Championships, and in his sophomore year, after finishing in the top ten in seven tournaments, he won the Pac-10 individual title and qualified for The Masters as an amateur. In 1992, his junior season, he won the John Burns Invitational and the U.S. Intercollegiate and helped propel Arizona to its first NCAA Men's Golf Championship by finishing third overall at the NCAA tournament. After playing in the 1992 World Amateurs-one of only two Wildcats to have taken part in that competition--in his senior year he led UA to the NCAA West Regional Championship by capturing the individual title.