Thomas Rosenmueller
Thomas  Rosenmueller

Munich, Germany

High School:
Munchen Eichenried



UNT Shoots Its Best Round Of Tournament To Close Out The Hayt

Snyman, Rosenmueller Shoot Under Par On Final Day


North Texas Struggles On Opening Day In Loaded Field

Mean Green Finish Strong, Gain Momentum Heading Into Monday


UNT Riding Momentum Of Win To The Hayt

Mean Green Looking To Make Noise In Loaded Field


Mean Green Claw Back To Win Spring Break Challenge

Solid Final Rounds From Everyone Propel UNT To Tournament Title


Consistency Puts UNT Within Striking Distance Of Tournament Win

Snyman Leads Way For Mean Green In Second Round

• Played in all four tournaments in the fall and had a scoring average of 73.27
• Shot a season-best 69 at the Trinity Forest Invitational
• Tied for seventh place at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate

• Appeared in 12 tournaments, averaging a score of 73.44 and had a pair of top-10 finishes
• Made four fall appearances, including a 21st place finish at the David Toms Intercollegiate and a 221 total score at the Quail Valley Invitational
• Had four top-20 finishes during the spring, including both top-10 performances
• Shot a season-low 213 at the Valspar Collegiate, which put him in a tie for fourth, his best finish of the year
• Shot a 216 at The Maxwell to finish tied for 16th
• Finished in a tie for 28th at the Lamkin Grips San Diego Classic after firing a 218
• Concluded the Conference USA Championship in a tie for seventh individually, posting a 220 total score and shot a season-low 68 during the first round
• Qualified for the NCAA Austin Regional as an individual, finishing tied for 35th with a total score of 220


Burst onto the scene in the fall by winning the Quail Valley Collegiate Championship
• Played in all 12 tournaments and led the team with a 73.36 scoring average
• Had three rounds in the 60s (67, 63, 69) 

Shot a 63 to the win the championship, which is a school record for a freshman
Was named the C-USA Player of the Week as he posted a score of 12-under par in the win, the lowest score 54-hole score since 1999
Became the first freshman to win a tournament since Anthony Broussard
Finished in second at the Windon Memorial Classic
Notched six top-15 finishes in 11 events, had a 12th place finish at the Memphis Intercollegiate
• At the C-USA championship, finished third with a three-round score of 213
• Named to the C-USA All-Tournament team
• Named second team All-Conference and All-Freshman team
• Tied for 54th at the NCAA Tucson Regional

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