Participated in five of South Carolina's tournaments Registered a low round score of 70 in the SEC Championship Posted a stroke average of 76.00 Was a member of the five-man squad that competed at the SEC Championships.
Competed in 10 of the Gamecocks 13 tournaments Led the team in the fall with a stroke average of 73.3 Ended the season with a combined stroke average of 75.45 Shot a low round score of 68 at the Southeastern Conference Championships Recorded one top 10 and two top 20 finishes Posted his highest finish of the year (eighth) at the SEC Championships A member of the five-man squad that competed in both the SEC and NCAA Championships.
Redshirted his freshman year.
Lettered four years at Marist High School in Atlanta, Ga. Was a part of Georgia AAA State Championship teams in 1999 and 2000 AAAA State Champions in 2001 Won Georgia Region 6-AAA Championships in 1998, 1999, and 2000 Won the individual Georgia Region 6-AAAA Championship 1999 SJGT Matt Peterson Award recipient Four-time all-county team selection All-state selection his senior year (2001) Qualified for the U. S. Junior Amateur in 1999 Qualified for the 2001 Amateur at East Lake in Atlanta.
Up Close With Strieb
Favorite Event/Sport in the Olympics: Bobsled
The best advice I have ever been given: Read everything you can get your hands on
If I could change one thing about college golf, I would: Eliminate the redundant rules of the NCAA
Growing up, I had these posters on my wall: Barry Sanders
If I had to cook all my own food, I would live on: Italian Herb Chicken, Green beans, Rice-a-roni, and Sweet tea
People would be surprised to know this about me: I want to be a United States Senator when I am older
Favorite Soda and favorite food: I gave up soda in the 10th grade for lent, and haven't had one since. I like filet and shrimp.
Prized possession: Spending time with my family and friends
Tournament I'd like to add to our schedule: Puerto Rico Classic
If USC could play on any course, I would like to see them play on: Augusta National Course
Who will have a big year this season: The South Carolina Gamecocks
The best player I've ever faced on the course: My buddy Justin Bolli from my home course (PGA Tour Player
Coach Puggy Blackmon impresses me in this way: He leads the team with Christian principles
Why did you choose South Carolina: Growing up a GA Bulldog fan, it was tough to come to come to a rival school, but I was really impressed during my visit to USC. I wanted to come to an established program with a proven coach. I found that here, along with the plentiful resources and facilities that USC has to offer. Also the number one ranked International Business program was one of the greatest factors that persuaded me to enroll at USC. Plus you really can't beat the environment and competition that exists in the Southeastern Conference.