Aaron Boggs
Aaron Boggs
Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Madison, W.Va.

High School:
Scott HS

Major:
Business

Fall 2011: Was inelligible for the fall season.

2010-11 (Sophomore): Averaged 74.08 (3rd best on the team)... Won the individual title at the University of Louisville Cardinal Intercollegiate... Tied 20th at the University of Cincinnati Bearcat Invitational... Tied for 26th at the Renaissance Invitational... Tied for 19th at C-USA Championship... Low round of the Fall was a 68 at the Renaissance Invitational... Led team with 10 rounds under par for the year.

Summer 2010: Tied for third (143) with teammate Nathan Kerns at the Sugarwood Invitational (local event)... Placed 29th at the West Virginia Open (the 13th low amateur)... Qualified for the West Virginia Amateur.

2009-10 (Freshman): Played in eight events... Tied for third on the team in scoring average (77.20) with Bennett Boyer... Fourth on the team in rounds played (24)... Shot season low 68 during the University of Kentucky Bluegrass Invitational... Tied for 37th at the Ball State Invitational... Finished 52nd at the Conference USA Championships.

2008-09 (Redshirt): Sat out the season as a redshirt.

Prior to Marshall: Runner-up medalist at 2007 AA Regional H.S. Tournament... Placed 5th at 2007 West Virginia Class AA State High School Championship... T-3rd at W.Va. Top-Flite Junior Tour Championship... Qualified for W.Va. Amateur (T-34th)... Medalist at W.Va. Amateur qualifier (Grandview C.C.).

Personal: Born May 18, 1990... Son of Diana and Rick Boggs... Comes from family with strong ties and tradition to Marshall golf... Grandfather Linden Meade (`59) was Mid-American Conference individual champion and is a member of the Marshall Hall of Fame... Other Meade's who played at MU are: Drexel (`61), Greg (`82) and Brian (`85)... Also Aaron's half-brother, Justin Dalton, played in 2000 and 2001.

Year Rounds Strokes Average Low Round - Tournament
2009-10 24 1853 77.20 68 - Kentucky
2010-11 24 1778 74.08 68 - Renaissance
Career 48 3631 75.64 68-Kentucky/Renaissance