2002-2003 (Junior): Played in nine events and posted a stroke average of 74.41 ... best outing of the season was his 19th-place finish at the MacKenzie Invitational where he shot 2-over 215 ... carded a 68 during the final round of The Nelson for his best 18-hole score of the year ... shot 214 at Waikoloa Intercollegiate for his low tournament score of the year ... did not qualify for Pac-10s or NCAA competition.
2001-2002 (Sophomore): Competed in 11 of UW's 14 tournaments ... ranked fourth on team with stroke average of 73.29 ... that ranks sixth on UW's single-season stroke average list ... turned in his best tournament score with a 4-under 209 in UW's season-opener at the Idaho Vandal Classic ... posted four rounds in the 60s ... equaled his best tournament finish with a fourth-place showing at the Vandal Classic ... was 2-under 211 at The Nelson to place 12th overall ... was fifth overall at the Cleveland Golf Classic with a 1-over 214 ... equaled his career-best round with a 67 at The Nelson ... shot 5-under 211 to win the Pacific Coast Amateur Championship in August at ... also played on three-man team that represented the state of Washington at that event ... won Washington's U.S. Amateur Qualifier ... finished second at the 2001 Washington State Men's Amateur championship at Sudden Valley.
2000-2001 (Freshman): Was second on the team in stroke average as a freshman ... averaged 73.14 per round ... that ranks as the fifth best single-season stroke average in UW history ... appeared in 10 of Washington's 14 tournaments ... earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors ... turned in the top two rounds of the season, a pair of 67s, both at the Pac-10 Championships ... set the UW four-round record at that event, scoring 9-under 275 to place fourth at the Pac-10s ... broke the old four-round record, held by former Husky head coach O.D. Vincent, of 279 ... shot a total of four rounds in the 60s during the season and was below par on six occasions ... led the Huskies in scoring at The Nelson (216), the Western Intercollegiate (216) and the Pac-10s ... had a poor outing at the NCAA Championships, carding a 11-over 155 ... one of four Husky freshmen that competed in the fall...led the Huskies to a third- place finish at the Nelson Invitational at Stanford, tying teammate Gordy Scutt for 13th place...tied for 49th with teammate John Robertson at the Red River Classic...tied for 41st with teammate Joe Ramos at the Prestige with a three-day total of 224...did not compete at the Husky Invitational, Ping Intercollegiate, or Waikoloa Intercollegiate ... was 18th overall at the Cleveland Golf Classic with a 6-over score of 148 ... was ninth at the Oregon Invitational with a 3-over score of 210.
Ferris High School/Junior Golf: Four-year letterwinner at Ferris High School in Spokane ... medalist at the state championships his senior year ... team won state senior year ... named team MVP freshman and senior years ... Player of the Year in the Greater Spokane League his senior year ... placed fifth at the State Amateur in 2000 ... runner-up at the 1999 State Amateur, losing to current teammate Brock Mackenzie in a playoff. Personal: Born June 19, 1981 in Spokane, Wash. ... son of Steve and Susan Prugh ... father is a golf pro ... younger brother, Alex, is a freshman on UW squad ... sister, Hillary, played golf at Montana State ... competed in U.S. Amateur in 2000 ... cousin Ty Gregorak was a football player at Colorado and is now an assistant coach at Montana.
Prugh's Career Statistics
Career Best Finish: 4th, Pac-10 Championships, April 27-30, 2001 & 4th at Vandal Classic, Sept. 24-24, 2001
Corey Prugh's Tournament Results
UW Date Tournament 1-2-3-4 Par Tot. Pl. Pl. 9/9-11 Topy Cup 77-77-74 +12 228 44 4 9/29-30 Husky Invitational 73-87-71 +15 231 46 6 2/11-13 Waikoloa Intercol. 70-72-74 E 216 38 3 3/3-4 Cleveland Classic 75-80-76 +15 231 73 5 3/12-14 Southern Highlands Col. 71-78-78 +11 227 57 5 4/9-10 ASU Thunderbird 72-78-78 +12 228 79 5 4/26-28 Pac-10 Championships 77-74-72-77 +12 300 21 3 5/3 Northwest Shootout 76-81 +13 157 15 5