Pariya Junhasavasdikul
Pariya  Junhasavasdikul


Bangkok, Thailand

High School:
Bangkok Christian

Junhasavasdikul's Career Accomplishments

Junior Season (2005-06)
>Played in every tournament
>Averaged a team low 73.2 strokes per round
>Placed third at the Big Ten Championships
>Fired 12 rounds of even or under par
>Led Purdue with the lowest score in seven of 12 tournaments

Sophomore Season (2004-05)
>Competed in 13 events and averaged 73.6 strokes per round
>Placed fourth at the Boilermaker Invitational
>Four top-10 finishes
>Shot low rounds of 68 at the Radrick Farms Intercollegiate and Hall of Fame Invitational
>Top finisher for Purdue in three tournaments

Freshman Season (2003-04)
>Averaged 73.8 strokes per round, third on the team
>Finished in the top-40 in nine of the 14 tournaments he played in, including two top-10 places
>Tied for ninth at the Badger Invitational
>Shot a low round of 70 at Alister MacKenzie
>Over 90 percent of his rounds counted, third on the team

High School (Bangkok Christian)
>Tied for 50th in 2003 Thailand Open
>Won 2002 Optimist International Junior Golf Championship in West Palm Beach, Fla.
>Won 2002 Grohe NGC Junior Open Championship
>Voted 2000-01 Best Junior Boy Golfer by the Executive Golf Magazine and Thailand Junior Golf Club
>Won 2001 Thailand Amateur Open Championship
>Earned silver medal at 2001 Southeast Asia Games
>Won 2001 Volkswagen Singapore Junior Open
>Placed fourth at 2001 UBC Asia Pacific Junior Open
>Runner-up at 2001 TGA Junior Golf Championship

>Undecided on major
>Born Aug. 14, 1984, in Bangkok, Thailand
>Son of Nanthana and Banthun Junhasavasdikul
>Has one brother, Paniti


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