Senior (2011-12): An honorable mention Pac-12 all-Academic selection ... Bagdade was the recipient of the UA Athletic Department's C.A.T.S. (Commitment to an Athlete's Total Success) Life Skills Career Achievement Award for his community service efforts ... Ranks seventh on the team with a 74.90 stroke average ... Eight of his 10 appearances have come this spring ... Has five rounds at par or better and a top-20 finish to his credit ... Seventy-nine percent (15-of-19) of his rounds played have counted towards the team total ... Carded a 15-over 231 to tie for 56th place at the 2012 NCAA Southwest Regional ... His final-round 70 at the Pac-12 Championships was UA's low round of the day en route to a 312 (+24) total and a tie for 57th place ... Finished the ASU/Thunderbird Invitational in a tie for 70th place with a total of 229 (+16) ... At the Barona Collegiate Cup, Bagdade finished even with a total of 216 to tie in 31st place ... Competing as an individual at the National Invitational Tournament, recorded a season-best finish at 16th place with a two-over (218) ... In the first round of the NIT, Bagdade carded a 68, his low round for the season ... At the Fresno State Lexus Classic, finished 12-over (228) for 61st place ... Competing as an individual at the Arizona Intercollegiate, finished in a tie for 51st place with a score of 228 (+15) ... At the Gifford Collegiate Championship, finished with a 226 (+13) to tie in 44th place ... Competing as an individual at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate, tied for 41st place with a 227 (+11).
Junior (2010-11): An honorable mention Pac-10 all-Academic honoree ... Posted a 77.61 stroke average in six events played (18 rounds) ... Had two rounds at par or better, including a low round of 72, two of which were his first two rounds of the year ... Tallied two top-40 finishes, and his low tournament total was 220 (+4), accomplished at the Topy Cup (T33rd), his first tournament of the year ...Tied for 40th at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate with a 227 (+11) total ... Placed 65th at the Isleworth Invitational, carding a 24-over 240 ... Posted a 21-over 234 at the Arizona Intercollegiate, finishing in 72nd place ... Tied for 78th place at the National Invitational Tournament, shooting a 236 (+20).
Sophomore (2009-10): A first-team Pac-10 all-Academic selection ... Ranks fourth on the team with a 73.52 stroke average ... Thirteen of 33 rounds played are at par or better ... Has three top-20 finishes to his credit ... Tied for 66th place at the 2010 NCAA Southwest Regional with a 20-over 236 finish ... Posted a 71-72-66-70=279 (-5) to finish 15th at the 2010 Pac-10 Championships, where the third-round 66 was a career low round ... Carded a second-round 67 (-4) while tying for 49th in the ASU Thunderbird Invitational ... Went 0-4 in the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship... Played the final two rounds under par in the National Invitational Tournament where he tied for 21st ... Tied for 31st in the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters... Strung together two consecutive top-20 finishes in the John Burns Intercollegiate (T18) and Braveheart Classic (14) ... Competed as a member of the varsity team in the Gifford Collegiate at CordeValle where he finished tied for 57th with a 74-72-78=224 (+8) ... Tied for 33rd in the Arizona Invitational behind a two-over 215 ... Carded back to back 74s in a Dual Match at New Mexico ... Shot a round of 69 at a Dual Match at New Mexico State where he finished with a team-best score of 143 (-1) ... Carded a 78 (+6) in a Dual Match at San Diego State.
Freshman (2008-09): His 42 rounds played are the most on the squad ... Third on the team with three top-10 finishes ... Ranks fifth on the team with a 74.38 stroke average, the 18th-best mark for a freshman in school history ... Stroke average falls to 73.31 in last five events (16 rounds) ... Four of his team-leading 14 appearances has been with the varsity (CordeValle Collegiate/Pac-10 Championships/NCAA Regional/NCAA Championships), seven were JV appearances and three came while playing as an individual ... Nine of his 42 rounds are at par or better ... Collected a top-10 finish in his debut tournament as a Wildcat, finishing tied for 10th in the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate, a junior varsity event ... In the seven JV events Bagdade participated, he led the team in five of them ... Best finish was third place in the National Invitational Tournament, in which he carded a 69-68-73=210 (-6), a season low for the freshman ... Shot a 23-over 236 total at the NCAA Championships to tie for 151st place ... Tied for 19th place in his NCAA postseason debut with a 67-72-70=209 (-4) at Red Tail Golf Club, and his opening-round tally was his low round of the year ... Carded a 71-77-75-75=298 (+10) to tie for 38th place at the Pac-10 Championships ... Finished tied for 39th while competing as an individual in the ASU Thunderbird Invitational with a 70-73-75=218 (+5) ... Led the JV with a 71-71-70=212 (+2) in the Wyoming Cowboy Classic, finishing in a tie for 19th ... Tied for 21st in the Anteater Invitational, totaling a 76-75-77=228 (+12) ... Led all 13 Arizona golfers competing in the NIT with his six-under 210 ... Tallied a 238 (+22) at the Southern Highlands Championship to tie for 75th place as an individual ... Tied for 52nd place at the Braveheart Classic with a 14-over 230 ... Tied for fifth in the two-round Cactus Thaw with a score of 70-75=145 (+3) ... Carded a 17-over 230 at the Arizona Intercollegiate to tie for 68th place ... Posted a 77-79-76=232 (+16) in the CordeValle Collegiate, finishing in a tie for 55th place, his first varsity appearance ... Was the JV's top finisher in the Del Walker Intercollegiate firing a 72-72-73=217 (+4) and tying for 33rd place ... Tied for 10th place at the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate with a score of 75-75-71=221 (+5).
High School: Named rookie of the year his freshman year ... Team MVP sophomore, junior and senior years ... Won the 2007 Oregon Golf Association Junior Player of the Year ... 2007 Oregon state champion ... 2007 OGA Junior Match Play champion ... First team all-state three times ... Named to all-conference team all four years ... Prep athlete of the year ... Played in the Junior World tournament in San Diego ... An honor student.