Fall 2007: John Cronly saw limited action in the fall, playing in the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate, shooting 85-78-81--244...An outstanding student, he maintains a team-high 3.63 GPA while majoring in journalism.
2006-07: A solid fall for Cronly included winning the second stage of the fall qualifier, competing in three of the five tournaments and recording a 77.4 scoring average...He finished 26th at the Missouri Intercollegiate, registering 81-73-79--233...Cronly fired his career low at North Texas, shooting 76-72-75--223 to tie for 35th place...He played in three of the six spring events and finished the year with a 78.7 scoring average...He finished 41st at the Branson Creek Invitational and shot 246 at the Diablo Grande Intercollegiate...He recorded 83-77-77--237 in the first spring tournament, the Ron Smith/USF Invitational.
2005-06:Cronly saw limited action, playing in one event in the fall and one in the spring...He shot 80-79-77--236 to tie for 60th at the MSU/Rivercut Invitational, then carded 81-78-77--236 at the Branson Creek Invitational in the spring.
2004-05: Cronly played in three tournaments and averaged 81.6 in nine rounds...His best performance came at the Colorado/Stevinson Ranch Invitational, where he opened with a then career-best 75 and followed with 79-82--236...He also played in the MSU Fall Invitational and Branson Creek Invitational.
Background:He won the Southeast England Nick Faldo Championship his senior year with a two-over par 74...Cronly also captured the Frilford Health Club U18 title as a senior and played for his BB&O county team that finished third nationally...As a junior, he placed second in the BB&O county U18 Championships and eighth in the Southeast England Championships...He won the Hadden Hill U18 club championship as a junior.
Personal: John Byron Cronly was born January 9, 1985, in Oxford,England, the son of John and Diane Cronly...He is majoring in journalism...He lists winning the Southeast England Nick Faldo Championship as his biggest thrill in sports...John's interests outside of golf include music, tennis, cricket and badminton.