Austin Eoff
Austin  Eoff

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Benton, Ark.

High School:
Benton



06/05/2015

Tracking the Boilermakers

News & Notes on Purdue Athletics.

06/02/2015

Eoff Named to PING All-Midwest Region First Team

Eoff is school's career leader in stroke average (72.83).

05/16/2015

Boilermakers Lose in Playoff to Fall Short of NCAA National Championships

Eoff, Barco record top-15 finishes.

05/15/2015

Boilermakers Just Four Shots Off NCAA Championships Cutline After Two Rounds

Purdue in ninth place, but just four shots out of fifth place.

05/15/2015

Tracking the Boilermakers

News & Notes on Purdue Athletics.

04/26/2015

MGOLF | Big Ten Championships

Action from the final round of the Big Ten Championships (April 26, 2015).

04/19/2015

Boilermaker Invitational (April 18-19, 2015)

Purdue hosted the Boilermaker Invitational at the Kampen Course on April 18-19, 2015.

05/25/2014

NCAA Men's Golf Championship Second Round

NCAA Men's Golf Championship Second Round (May 25, 2014)

05/25/2014

NCAA Men's Golf Championship Third Round

NCAA Men's Golf Championship Third Round (May 25-26, 2014)

05/23/2014

NCAA Men's Golf Championship First Round

NCAA Men's Golf Championship First Round (May 23-24, 2014)

2014-15 / SOPHOMORE
• Eoff had another strong season, earning second-team All-Big Ten and PING All-Midwest Region accolades for the second straight season.
• Recorded the third-best single-season stroke average in school history (72.44), and owns the best career stroke average mark in school history (72.83).
• Sixteen of his 36 rounds were at or under par and led the team with four rounds in the 60s.
• His scores were counted in 34.3 of his 36.0 rounds (.953) and for his career, his scores have been counted in 69.3 of 75.0 rounds (.924).
• Finished in the top 35 of every tournament, including top 10 finishes at the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate (T-5th), Desert Mountain Intercollegiate (T-7th), Big Ten Championships (T-9th) and NCAA Lubbock Regional (10th).
• Led after the first round of the NCAA Lubbock Regional after shooting a career-best 6-under par 65. Finished 10th at 3-under par 210, the second-best score by a Purdue player in NCAA Championships competition.
• Led the team with 113 birdies and was a cumulative 28-over par on the season. Also led team in par-4 scoring (+31), 14 shots better than the next "regular".
• Over his last eight tournaments, was a combined 3-over par.
• Averaged 71.58 strokes per round during the first round of tournaments.
• Was a member of the Big Ten's All-Academic Team, owning a 3.51 cumulative GPA.
• Following the year, won the Arkansas State Golf Association (ASGA) state amateur championship in a playoff. Also competed in the 113th Western Amateur, one of the most-prestigious amateur tournaments in America.

2013-14 / FRESHMAN
• Eoff had an outstanding freshman campaign, becoming the first Purdue freshman to earn All-Big Ten (second team) honors since Peter Richardson in 2004. He also earned a spot on the PING All-Midwest Region team.
• Eoff appeared in 13 events (39 rounds) for a 73.18 stroke average. His average is the second-best average by a freshman in school history (Adam Schenk in 2011; 73.06).
• 35.0 of his 39.0 rounds were on the counting team (.897).
• Recorded 16 rounds of even par or better and his 66 in the second round of the Augusta Invitational (April 5) tied for the 14th-lowest round in school history.
• Finished with three top-10 finishes and had six top-25 showings.
• Finished third at the Crooked Stick Invitational (71-74-72=217; +1).
• Finished no lower than 11th in any of his first four tournaments (all during the fall).
• Placed tied for 11th at the NCAA Central Regional (77-74-71=222; +6).
• Earned a spot in U.S. Open Sectional qualifying after placing high in local qualifying.
• Competed in the Southern Amateur Championship advancing to stroke play.

HIGH SCHOOL
• Was a three-time Class 6A state medalist (2009, 2010, 2011) and four-time all-state and all-conference honoree.
• Led team to the state title as a freshman in 2009.
• Finished third in the AJGA Junior All-Star at Texas Tech in 2011 and tied for sixth at the AJGA Bass Pro Shops in 2011.
• Was the Arkansas State Junior Match Play champion in 2011 and finished fourth at the Optimist International (16-18 Division).
• In 2012, qualified for the U.S. Junior Amateur, shooting a 76-72 to advance to match play.
• Also finished tied for ninth in the Bubba Conlee National Junior Tournament and tied for 15th in the Optimist International.
• Earned the Dick and Margaret Russ Award for highest GPA for a male athlete and graduated Summa Cum Laude.

PERSONAL
• Plans to major in business management.
• Born Oct. 12, 1994 in Little Rock, Ark.
• Son of Buddy and Susan Eoff.
• Brother, Adam, attends Arkansas State University.

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