Junior (2009-10): Named all-West Region by the NGCA ... An honorable mention all-Pac-10 selection ... Leads Arizona in scoring average (71.65), top-10 finishes (4), rounds in the 60s (11) and rounds at par or better (23) ... UA's top finisher in seven of 12 stroke play events ... Shot 75-71-70=216 (E) to tie for fifth place at the 2010 NCAA Southwest Regional ... Carded a 67-71-67-73=278 (-6) to finish 14th at the 2010 Pac-10 Championships ... Had worst finish of the season in the ASU Thunderbird Invitational where he tied for 57th with a six-over 219 ... Went 2-2 in the Callaway Match Play Championship ... Shot a 68-73-74=215 (-1) in the NIT, good enough to tie for fifth in the event ... Finished just outside the top-20 while facing the toughest competition of the year in the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters; his T21 finish led the team ... Bounced back from his worst tournament to pick up his second win of his collegiate career - and first of the season - in a victory in the Braveheart Classic ... Tied for 43rd in the John Burns Intercollegiate in his worst finish of the season to-date ... Tied for fifth in the Arizona Invitational where his 206 (-7) was his low tournament in relation to par on the season ... Invited to the Western Refining College All-America Golf Classic, where he finished tied for 23rd with a score of 218 (+5) ... Earned his second 13th place finish in four events at the Gifford Collegiate at CordeValle, posting a 71-70-71=212 (-4) ... Finished a spot out of the top-20 in the Del Walker Intercollegiate where he shot a 209 (-1) ... Carded a 72-75-73=220 (+4) in the Wolf Pack Classic to tie for 33rd ... In the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate, tied for 13th, the 15th top-20 finish of his career.
Sophomore (2008-09): Earned honorable mention All-America and all-West region honors from GCAA ... Arizona's first All-American since 2006 ... A second-team all-Pac-10 selection ... An honorable mention selection to the Pac-10 All-Academic team ... Leads the team with a 72.35 stroke average ... That figure falls to 71.19 in his last five events (16 rounds) ... UA's top finisher in seven of his 13 appearances ... Has five top-10 and two top-20 finishes to date, including a win and two top-five efforts ... Low round of 63 is the lowest for any UA player and tied for the fourth-lowest round in school history ... Sixteen of 40 rounds have been at par or better, including nine rounds in the 60s ... Carded a 77-75-74=226 (+13) at the NCAA Championships to tie for 96th place ... Posted his first collegiate victory with a 63-66-69=198 (-15) at the NCAA Southeast Regional, where his first-round 63 was the fourth-lowest round in school history ... Collected a tie for sixth place at the Pac-10 Championships after carding a 77-68-69-71=285 (-3) and played the last three rounds at eight under par ... Ended the regular season with a 72-71-70=213 (E) at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational, where he finished tied for ninth ... Finished tied for 14th place at the NIT with a 75-69-73=217 (+1) ... Highest score of the season came at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Championship where he carded a 227 (+11) and tied for 48th place ... Shot a 73-76-74=223 (+7) in the Braveheart Classic and finished 22nd ... Finished second at the John Burns Intercollegiate after tallying a 64-70-72=206 (-10), which tied for the 19th-lowest tournament total in school history ... His 74-69-72=215 (+2) in the Arizona Intercollegiate tied him for 13th place ... Tied for 28th place at the CordeValle Collegiate after a 75-76-74=225 (+9) ... Finished tied for 23rd in the Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational with a eight-over 224 ... Finished tied for fourth in the Wolf Pack Classic with a 72-73-64=209 (-7) ... Carded a 226 (+10) in the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate to tie for 37th place.
Freshman (2007-08): Over the last eight seasons, only three Arizona players (accomplished a total of seven times) tallied more top-20 finishes than MacManus' seven this year: Ricky Barnes (8 in 2001; 8 in 2002 ;10 in 2003), Chris Nallen (11 in 2002; 12 in 2003 ; 11 in 2004) and Henry Liaw (8 in 2004) ... A second-team all-Pac-10 selection ... Enjoyed a solid freshman campaign, where his 72.82 stroke average led the team and ranks as the fifth lowest for a freshman in school history ... UA's top finisher in five of 12 team starts ... Thirty-four of 35 rounds (97.1 percent) counted towards the team total in competition ... Seven top-20 finishes, including three top-10s ... Ranked second on the team lead with 17 rounds at par or better, including nine rounds in the 60s ... Can go low quite often as he opened the spring with four rounds in the 60s in his first nine rounds ... Played in the NCAA West Regional, May 15-17, as an individual and tied for 79th place with a 80-75-74=229 (+13) total ... Finished in a tie for 24th place at the 2008 Pac-10 Championships with a 64-74-80-71=292 (+8) total ... Tied for 31st place at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational with a 74-69-76=219 (+6) ... Finished in 15th place at the National Invitational Tournament after carding a 75-72-68=215 (-1) ... Registered rounds of 75, 70 and 70 en route to a 215 (-1) tally and a tie for 17th place at the Barona Collegiate Cup ... Tied for 21st place at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Championship with a 75-69-78=222 (+6) ... Tied for 10th place at the John Burns Intercollegiate with a 66-69-73=208 (-8) total ... Opened the Spring with a tie for 15th place at the PING-Arizona Intercollegiate with a 74-66-71=211 (-2) tally ... Finished 61st at the CordeValle Collegiate with a 16-over 232 ... Tied for 10th place at the Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational where he carded a 71-69-74=214 (-2) ... Tied for eighth place at the Wolf Pack Classic after posting a 69-71-74=214 (-2) ... Shot a 72-75-73=220 (+4) at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate to tie for 14th place ... Opened the year with a 76 in the rain-shortened Purdue Midwest Shootout.
High School: Attended Kelvin Grove State College in 2006-07, where he earned the Gold Achievement Award (the highest sporting award at the school) ... Named 2005 Sportsperson of the Year at Smithfield State High School ... Was captain of the Queensland junior team in 2006 and 2007; member of the Queensland schools team in 2006 and captain in 2006; and was a member of the Australian schools team .... Won the Greg Norman Junior Masters in 2006 ... Won the Queensland Junior Championships in 2007 ... Posted the fourth-best junior scoring average in 2006-07 ... Played on the Australian Junior National Team in 2006-07 ... Helped the Australian Junior National team win the Clare Higson Trophy in New Zealand.