As a Junior (2013-14)
Perez had a strong junior season, earning PING All-Midwest Region honors after compiling a 74.31 stroke average in 13 events (39 rounds).
Recorded seven top-25 finishes, good for second on the team.
Was Purdue's top finisher at the Big Ten Championship, finishing in a tie for 12th (72-76-76-76=300; +12).
Turned in career-best 18-hole (66) and 54-hole (211; -5) scores en route to a T-16th showing at the USF Invite in early March.
Starting with the USF Invitational, had a string of five top-25 finishes in a six-event span.
Overcame a tough start at the NCAA Central Regional to finish T-23rd (78-74-74=226; +10).
32.2 of his 39.0 rounds were used on the counting team (.826).
Recorded nine rounds of even par or better.
As a Sophomore (2012-13)
Appeared in 10 tournaments with 27 of his 29 rounds being used on the counting team.
Ranked second on the team in scoring at 74.79 strokes per round.
Recorded top-10 finishes at the Mission Inn Spectacular (4th; -1) and 10th at the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate (10th; +3).
Fired a then career-best round of 69 (-3) at the Mission Inn Spectacular.
Finished tied for 17th at the Big Ten Championships (+12).
Recorded five rounds of even par or better.
As a Redshirt Freshman (2011-12)
An Academic All-Big Ten honoree.
Played in six tournaments on the year, averaging 74.82 strokes per round.
Counted 10.3 of his 17 rounds on the season to Purdue's team score.
Shot a season-best 214 to tie for 16th at the Windon Memorial, marking his best finish of the campaign.
Placed 55th at the NCAA Ann Arbor Regional.
Finished 21st at the Southwestern Amateur and 22nd at the Northern Amateur in the summer of 2011.
Majoring in industrial management.
Born on July 9, 1992.
Son of Jose Antonio and Sophie Perez.
Has a sister, Rita.