Competed in three varsity events and one Garnet Team tournament in the fall before a knee injury shortened his season ... tied for team-best honors with a 3-1-0 record at Callaway Golf Collegiate Match Play, collecting wins against Florida State, Alabama and Georgia Tech to help the Gamecocks to fourth place at the event ... picked up his first top-20 finish of the season with a 16th-place showing to lead the team at the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational after an opening-round 69 ... took second at the Coker Intercollegiate (Garnet Team) behind a second-round 67 to help the Gamecocks to the team victory.
Played in eight tournaments with a 73.54 average to finish third on the team ... posted a 70 in the third round of the NCAA Championship ... matched his career low with a second-round 67 at the NCAA West Regional to tie teammate Mark Anderson for 18th place ... matched Anderson and Warren Thomas for the team's top spot in the SEC Championship, finishing 16th ... picked up a season-best seventh place to tie teammate George Bryan IV in the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate ... carded a final-round 69 at the Augusta State Invitational to pick up his first top-15 finish of the season in 12th place.
Named to the All-SEC second team ... sported a 73.25 stroke average, second best on the team ... played in 12 of 13 events and posted three top-10 finishes ... Was the Gamecocks' top player in six events ... led Carolina with a top-25 finish at the NCAA Championship ... tied for 36th at the NCAA East Regional ... led the Gamecocks with a top-15 finish at the SEC Championship ... Low round was a 67 in the second round of the ASU Thunderbird Invite ... tied for ninth (along with teammate Eirik Johansen) at the Hootie at Bulls Bay ... opened the spring slate by tying for sixth at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship ... was the top Gamecock performer in the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate, finishing second with three straight rounds below par to help Carolina win the team title.
Prior to South Carolina
Ranked No. 1 German (Men's) Amateur in 2004 ... also earned the No. 1 ranking among all German Youth Amateurs ... captured the 2004 European Youth Championship in Ireland ... won the 2004 Optimist International Junior ... was a top-10 finisher in the 2004 World Amateur held in Puerto Rico.
Fritsch's Career Stats
(Garnet Team events not counted in career bests and season stroke averages)