Player: Max Schwarz

Max Schwarz
Hometown: Paradise Valley, AZ
University: University of Wisconsin
Graduation Year: 2023
Area of Study: Master of Science in Real Estate

2022-23: Made his debut as a Badger at the Badger Individual Tournament shooting a +12 to T15 ... competed as an individual in the Marquette Intercollegiate ... competed in the Purdue Fall Individual shooting even par to place 11th.
2021-22 (Emory University): Earned his third-consecutive Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) PING All-America honor, named to the third-team ... An impressive career saw Schwarz earn his third consecutive All-Region award as well as his third consecutive spot on the All-UAA (University Athletic Association conference) team ... Averaged an impressive 72.9 strokes per round over the course of 27 rounds which is third best scoring average in Emory program history ... At the Emory Invitational, Schwarz registered his career best round when he posted a 68 in the second round to help the Eagles to win the tournament ... Competed in team-leading 10 tournaments ... Finishing with a 72-hole total of 300 (75-76-75-74) at the NCAA DIII Championships, Schwarz finished just two strokes off the team lead to see him tied for 32nd at tournament's end and helped lead the Eagles to a fifth-place team finish ... ... earned CoSIDA Academic All-District honors, the first men's golf honoree for the Eagles since 2012
2020-21 (Emory University): Turned in another solid campaign at Emory as a junior, pacing the Eagles in scoring with an average of 72.6 strokes over 14 rounds ... Chosen as a Division III PING First Team All-American, the first Eagle to claim that distinction since 2012 (Ryan Dagerman) ... PING All-South Region ... All-UAA Team honoree ... Posted a team-leading six rounds of par or better ... Recorded a pair of top-five finishes ... Ranked as the Eagles' top scorer in two tournaments ... Named UAA Golfer of the Week (Mar. 17) for the first time in his career after tying Pierce Robinson of Washington and Lee for medalist honors at the Hampden-Sydney Tiger Invitational (Mar. 13-14) where his 36-hole score of seven-under par 137 (69-68) tied the school record for a two-round tournament ... Ten birdies at the Tiger Invitational represented the second-highest total in the 70-player field and his second-round 68 tied his career best ... Tabbed as the UAA Golfer of the Week (Mar. 24) after pacing the Emory contingent and finishing tied for second out of 133 competitors at the Jekyll Island Collegiate (Mar. 19-21), carding a 54-hole mark of 212 (70-70-72) that tied the program's 11th-best showing for a three-round event while tying the school's second-best mark at the Collegiate ... Rang up 13 birdies at Jekyll Island, tying the second-highest total in the field ... Second on the squad and tied for 26th on the leader board out of the 191 players who started out at the NCAA D-III Championships with a 72-hole showing of 298 (73-79-72-74)
2019-20 (Emory University): Emerged as a regular member of the playing group during sophomore season ... Ended the season No. 2 on the team in scoring average at 71.9 strokes over 14 rounds ... PING Second Team All-American ... PING All-South Region ... Landed a berth on the All-University Athletic Association Team ... Tied Matt Organisak for the team lead with eight rounds of par or better ... Ranked as the Eagles' No. 2 finisher and 22nd out of 90 competitors at the Golfweek Fall Preview (Oct. 13-15) with a two-over par 215 (68-70-77) ... Second among the Emory contingent and tied for fifth on the 120-player leader board at the O'Briant-Jensen Memorial (Oct. 28-29) with a one-under par 141 (72-69) ... Best 18-hole outing was a three-under par 68 during the opening round of the Golfweek