Ryan Weinhaus
Ryan Weinhaus

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Chesterfield, Mo.

High School:
Parkway Central HS

Height:
6-3

Experience:
High School

Fall 2009: Played in three of the Bears' five tournaments, averaging 78.13 in eight rounds...Began theseason by shooting 76-79-82--237 to tie for 61st at Nebraska...Shot 79-78--157 for a 33rd-place tie at the Colbert Intercollegiate and then closed out the fall at Austin Peay, shooting 78-76-77--231 to tie for 76th.

2008-09: One of the team's core players, he saw action in all but one tournament and posted a 77.97 scoring average in 31 rounds, good for fourth on the team...Best finish was a tie for 20th at the Branson Creek Invitational, shooting 78-77--155, low for the team...Also low for MSU at the UALR/First Tee Intercollegiate as he tied for 51st with 74-79-77--230...Best 54-hole score came at the USF Invitational, where he went 71-75-73--219 to tie for 39th...Shot 74-78-83--235 at the UMB Bank/Tiger Intercollegiate and tied for 36th at the Missouri Valley Conference Championship with 82-74-81--237...Wrapped up the fall with a tie for 22nd at the UT Arlington Fall Classic as he shot 78-73-78--229...Started off the season by shooting 80-76--156 at Nebraska, then finished third on the team at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate with 76-77-91--248...Shot 84-81-79--244 at the Oral Roberts Shootout and 84-75-73--232 at the D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate.

2007-08: The most improved player on the team from the previous season,he averaged 77.7 in22 rounds while playing in all but three tournaments...Opened the year by firing 75-73-80--228 at the Missouri Intercollegiate for 16th place...Also played at Kansas and Texas-Arlington, where he was third on the team with 77-76-79--232...In the spring, recorded his best 54-hole collegiate score, shooting 72-74-72--218 at Arkansas State, where he tied for 56th...Also tied for 37th at the Branson Creek Invitational, posting 74-78--152, and the Missouri Valley Conference Championship, recording 75-85-74--234.

2006-07: Played in three events, including the season-opening Missouri Intercollegiate, where he posted 85-75-78--238...Also competed at Kansas (79-80-82--241) and Branson Creek (79-77-80--236).

Background:A Plantations Tour All-American for 2004-05who also had the national low stroke average that year...Finishedsecondat the 2006 Missouri StateHigh SchoolChampionship with a second-round 66...Qualified for the 2005 Junior World Championship...A four-time all-state, all-district, all-metro and all-conference performerat Parkway Central.

Personal: Ryan Matthew Weinhaus was born December 26, 1987, in Chesterfield, Missouri...Majoring in Business...Son of Mike and Jane Weinhaus...As a 12-year-old, he was a national finalist in The Golf Channel's Drive, Chip and Putt competition in Orlando, Florida...Father served as the Executive Director of the Gateway Section of the PGA of America until 2002.

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