Player: Max Sekulic
University: Washington State University
Area of Study: Social Sciences-Economics
Expected Graduation: 2022
Soldier Honored: Daniel A. Quintana
WASHINGTON STATE CAREER
2019-20 | Redshirt Junior
Played in all six tournaments for Washington State as a redshirt junior … Counted his score in 16 of the 19 rounds he played in for the Cougs … Posted the third-best stroke-per-round average on the team at 73.63 … Shot par-or-better in four rounds … Carded a season-best 69 in three different rounds on the year … Recorded a season-best three-under par; 69 in the second round of the El Macero Classic … Collected his best finish of the season at the Arizona Intercollegiate, where he shot 220 (+7) in three rounds … Posted his best three-round score of the season at The Goodwin, where he carded 213 (+3) to finish in a tie for 33rd … Selected to the 2021 Pac-12 Spring Academic Honor Roll … Named a 2021 Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-American Scholar by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA).
Prior to Washington State
GRAND CANYON UNIVERSITY (2017-19)
Competed in nine tournaments for the Lopes from 2017-19 ... Held a stroke average of 74.17 during his final year at Grand Canyon ... Posted a career-best with at the 2019 ACU Spring Invitational by placing 13th overall ... Shot a career-best 68 at the Pacific Inivtational as a freshmen, then matched his round-best score at the GCU Invitational.
Received Academic Honor Roll all four years at Spirit River High School in Rycroft, Alberta, Canada… Under Coach Robert Ratcliff, Max was a part of the Canadian National Junior Developmental Team… Received the Rutherford Scholarship in High School.
Born Max Kristian Sekulic, July of 1999 in Sprit River, Canada… mother Caroline Sekulic and father Nick Sekulic are both entrepreneurs… enjoys hockey and basketball…played power forward in basketball and defenseman in hockey... made the Dean's List and Grand Canyon University...intends to major in business at Washington State.