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Brock Bergman
Brock  Bergman


Pittsburgh, Pa.

High School:
Shady Side Academy


Villanova Career: Veteran player and team co-captain ... Has improved his stroke average in each of his three seasons ... Career scoring mark of 77.30 in 20 tournaments and 40 total rounds ... Has two top-10 and two top-20 finishes in tournaments ... Has counted 35 of his 40 rounds (88.9%) towards the team score.

2005-06: Played in three tournaments and totaled seven rounds for the season ... Posted a 75.86 stroke average that was the best of his career ... Scored between a 72 and a 76 in each of his first five rounds of the fall season ... Saw action in each of the Wildcats first two tournaments, 54-hole events at Rutgers and St. John's ... Opened the season with a round of 73 (+2) at Rutgers ... Also carded scores of 73 and 72 in the first two rounds of the St. John's/McLaughlin ... Placed 42nd in the field at Rutgers.

Summer 2005: Qualified to play in the West Penn Amateur and West Penn Open ... Finished 13th and 12th, respectively, in the field at those two tournaments.

2004-05: The only Wildcat golfer to play in each of the team's rounds ... Competed in all 12 tournaments and 23 team rounds ... Had a team-best 22 rounds counted in the team score (95.7%) ... His scores in all but two rounds fell in a range between 73 and 79 ... Owned at least a share of the team's low score in each of the final four tournaments of the season ... Wound up with a 76.87 stroke average for the season, third best on the squad ... Claimed two top-10 finishes and one top-20 finish ... Best finish was a tie for fourth out of 94 golfers at the Widener Invitational with a round of 4-over-par 75 ... Low round of the season was a 2-over 73, which he achieved on four different occasions ... Carded a 77-73=150 to tie for 15th out of 104 at the Navy Invitational ... Concluded the season with a round of 80 at the Big East Championship.

2003-04: Saw action in five tournaments and 10 rounds during his first collegiate campaign ... Had a 79.30 stroke average and had eight of his rounds count in the team score (80.0%) ... Low round of the season was a 1-over-par 73 in the first round of the Rutherford Intercollegiate ... It was the best round of his career relative to par, and the 73 matched his low scoring round ... His first collegiate competition was the Rehoboth Beach Fall Invitational ... He debuted by checking in with the team's low score for the tournament, shooting a 75-81=156.

Personal: Coming off a successful summer season, in which he qualified to play in the West Penn Amateur and West Penn Open tournaments near his home ... Born 5/26/84 ... Son of Jeff and Beth Bergman ... Younger brother Brett is a sophomore on the golf team this season ... Major is Business.