Theo Humphrey

Hometown Greenwich, Conn.
High School Rye Country Day School
Bio

Honors
2018 GCCA All-America Scholar
2018 GCCA First-Team All-American
2018 SEC Player of the Year
2018 All-SEC First Team
2018 SEC Scholar Athlete of the Year
2018 Hogan Award Semifinalist
2017 GCCA All-America Scholar
2017 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2017 GCAA Third-Team All-American
2017 All-SEC Second Team
2016 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2015 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
2015 SEC All-Freshman Team
2015 All-SEC Third Team

As a Senior (2017-18)
Averaged 70.26 strokes per round…Named the 2018 SEC Player of the Year and a first-team All-SEC selection, as well as a GCAA First-Team All-American…Also selected as a Ben Hogan Award semifinalist…Played in all 12 events…Won his first individual title at the Schenkel Invitational when he carded a 13-under par, 203…Finished tied for second at the East Lake Cup, third at the Mason Rudolph Championship, and tied for third at the Querencia Cabo Collegiate…Carded three other top 10 finishes (T-10, Nike Collegiate; T-8, SunTrust Gator Invitational; SEC Championship, T-7th)…Won SEC Player of the Week honors after his win at the Schenkel…Posted 15 rounds in the 60’s…Posted a win-loss record of 819-115 this season…Had a 1-1-1 record in match play; defeated Thomas Mulligan of Oregon, 3 & 2, halved his match with Dylan Meyer of Illinois at the East Lake Cup in Atlanta, and lost to Jonathan Hardee of Alabama in the SEC Quarterfinal…Named SEC Scholar Athlete of the Year for his work on the course and in the classroom…Also named a GCAA All-America Scholar.

Summer of 2017
Advanced to the semifinals of the U.S. Amateur at Riviera Country Club…Tied for third at the prestigious Players Amateur.

As a Junior (2016-17)
Averaged 70.75 strokes per round…Played in all 11 events…Named to All-SEC Second Team and a third-team GCAA All-American…Finished with five top six finishes and eight in the top 12, including a third-place finish in the stroke play portion of the NCAA Championship…Other top fives came at the Carmel Cup (T-5), The All-American (T-2), the Schenkel Invitational (T-5), and the Mason Rudolph Championship (T-3)…Other top 12 finishes came in the stroke-play portion of the East Lake Cup (T-6) and a 12th-place finish at the SEC Championship…Shot a season-low 66 in the first round of the Mason Rudolph Championship…Carded 11 rounds in the 60’s, with latest coming in third round of the NCAA Championship.

As a Sophomore (2015-16)
Played in 28 rounds this season and posted a 71.89 stroke average…In the spring, he posted a 70.86 average in seven stroke-play tournaments, with seven of his 22 rounds in the 60’s…Was team’s best finisher at the NCAA Franklin Regional, carding a fourth-place finish with a final total of -11, 205 (70-66-69)…Tallied a season-low 66 in the second round of the Franklin Regional…Registered a 67 on two occasions – in the final round of the Schenkel Invitational and in the final round of the SunTrust Gator Invitational…Finished sixth at the Schenkel, and in a tie for seventh at the Mason Rudolph Championship.

As a Freshman (2014-15)
Played in all 12 events and 37 rounds, and posted a 71.73 stroke average for the season…Named to the SEC All-Freshman Team and the All-SEC Second Team…Posted 12 rounds in the 60’s this season, including a season-low 66 in final round of the Schenkel Invitational…Best finish was a tie for second at Schenkel…Carded two other top 10’s at the Dick’s Collegiate Challenge Cup (T-9th) and the Tavistock Collegiate (T-7th).

High School and Amateur
Attended Rye Country Day School in Rye, N.Y., where he finished his senior season as the 15th ranked amateur in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings…Was an AJGA honorable mention All-American in 2013, he won the Philadelphia AJGA for the 2nd straight year this past season, made match play at the U.S. Junior, qualified for the U.S. Amateur in 2013, and played on the East team at the Wyndham Cup in 2013…Also continued his very productive summer of 2013 with a fourth-place finish at the AJGARolex Tournament of Champions, a fifth-place standing at the Western Junior, and a third-place finish at the AJGA Bridgestone Golf Music City Junior…In 2014, Humphrey again qualified for the U.S. Amateur.

Academics: Graduated with a degree in Economics in May of 2018.

Personal
Recipient of the John W. and Ann Johnson Athletic Scholarship.

Humphrey’s Statistics:
Year | Rounds | Strokes | Average
2017-18 | 35 | 2,459 | 70.2
2016-17 | 32 | 2,264 | 70.8
2015-16 | 28 | 2,013 | 71.9
2014-15 | 37 | 2,654 | 71.7
Career | 132 | 9,390 | 71.14