2002 (Fall): Only tournament appearance came during the PING Preview.
2001-2002 (Junior): Made the Husky lineup for four tournaments during the season ... led Washington's scoring at the PING Intercollegiate with a 22nd-place finish ... shot 2-over 215 at that event, his best tournament of the year and just one shot off his best 54-hole score ... top tourney finish was 18th-place showing at Western Intercollegiate with a 6-over 216 ... only fall tournament appearance was the season-opening Vandal Classic ... shot 6-over 219 to help Washington to a second-place finish.
2000-2001 (Sophomore): One of two players on UW's NCAA roster that participated in the 2000 Championship ... turned in rounds of 74 and 79 to finish 122nd ... appeared in a total of six tournaments ... finished first for the Huskies at the PING Intercollegiate and at the U.S. Intercollegiate ... shot 1-over (214) at U.S. Intercollegiate ... that proved to be the second best 54-hole gross score during the season by a Husky ... fired a 2-over 286 to help the Huskies to a fourth-place finish at the Pac-10 Championships ... had back-to-back 68s between the last round at the U.S. Intercollegiate and the first round of the Pac-10s ... carded a 9-over 225 at the NCAA West Regional, highlighted by a 2-under 70 in the first round ... did not compete during fall season.
1999-2000 (Freshman): Appeared in 13 of 14 tournaments, including the NCAA Championships, as a freshman ... recorded the fourth most rounds (38) on the team ... one of three freshmen to letter for the Huskies ... best tournament came at the NCAA West Regional where he shot two under par (214) to place 29th overall ... finished among UW's top three golfers seven times during the season ... shot his best single round at the Southwestern Intercollegiate where he fired a 68 in the third round ... finished second for the Huskies at the Arizona Intercollegiate (219) and at the NCAA West Regional ... shot one-over par (217) to help the Huskies win the Oregon Invitational and followed that up with a 224 when UW captured the Anteater Invitational ... played eight rounds during the fall ... shot a 75 and 76 in first collegiate tournament at Japan's Topy Cup to help Washington capture the team title.
Cedarcrest High School/Junior Golf: Four-year golf letterwinner ... played in the No. 1 slot all four years ... league champion as a freshman, sophomore and junior ... district champion as a senior ... never finished below fourth in the district ... two-time All-WesCo honoree ... two-time All-KingCo ... four-year first team all-conference ... four-year team captain ... had low scoring average on the team four straight years, concluding with a 69.1 18-hole average as a senior ... had only one round of par golf as a senior, all others were under par ... carded a season-best 64 over 18 holes and had a best of 30 for nine holes ... won 1997 WJGA state championship by eight strokes ... two-year academic honor roll selection ... graduated with a 3.0 GPA. Personal: Born July 9, 1981 in Bellevue, Wash. ... son of Kim and Jim Berg ... mother is a teacher and father is a journeyman mechanic ... majoring in sociology.
Berg's Career Statistics
Career Best Finish: 6th, Topy Cup, Sept. 21-22, 1999