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Peter Gullickson
Year: Senior
Hometown: Spokane, WA
High School: Lewis and Clark
Experience: 3 Letters
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HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Spokane's Lewis and Clark High where he earned four varsity letters for Coach Jim Travis...capped his career by being named to the All-Greater Spokane League first team and GSL MVP after helping Tigers to Washington State Class 4A title with a team score of 88.0...finished in a three-way tie for fifth at 145 with rounds of 75-70...first-team All-GSL as a sophomore and second-team selection as junior...State 4A qualifier as a freshman and sophomore....won the Inland Empire High School Golf Tournament with a 1-under par 71 at Spokane Country Club in 2009...fall of 2009 tied for ninth at the Purdue Open played at Purdue University's Kampen Course, one of the events on the Future Collegians World Tour, shooting 78-75 for 153, seven strokes off the lead...placed sixth in August, 2009, at the American Junior Golf Association tournament at Wenatchee Country Club with a 1-over par 217 and tied for fifth at the Stockton Sports Commission Junior Classic AJGA with another 1-over par 217 that included a final-round 69....competed in the Junior Worlds at Torrey Pines Golf Course in the summer of 2009, finishing in a tie for 30th... Junior America's Cup member of Team Washington in summer of 2009.


FRESHMAN (2010-11): Began his collegiate career with a 224 at the Palouse Cougar Collegiate, including a second-round 70...third collegiate tournament shot a 215 with rounds of 71-74-70 to pace the Bulldogs...finished regular-season with 213 at Wyoming Cowboy Classic with final-round 68 for career low and 217 at Braveheart Classic to tie for seventh with rounds of 72-75-70...played No. 1 in West Coast Conference Championship, shooting 222 to finish tied for 17th for second on team.

SOPHOMORE (2011-12): Began his sophomore season with a 219 at the Mark Simpson Colorado Invite, including a second round 72...at the Saint Mary's Collegiate shot a 227 with rounds of 76-76-75 to pace the Bulldogs...at the Brickyard Collegiate Championship shot a 219, with a third round 70...at the Cabo Intercollegiate shot a 225 with rounds of 75-78-72...came alive at the West Coast Conference Championship, tying for sixth with a 54-hole total of 212 (69-73-70) which was a Zag WCC Championship record score...his score of 212 was the fourth-best finish by a Gonzaga golfer at the WCC Championship...earned All-West Coast Conference accolades...finished the season with a 74.3 stroke average.

JUNIOR (2012-13): Playing as an individual at the Itani Quality Homes Collegiate posted a 234 (80-81-73) to tie for 46th…at the Kikor Husky Invitational shot a 237 (85-77-75)…at the Mark Simpson Colorado Invitational finished with a score of 227 (77-77-73)…tied for 36th at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic with a score of 223 (74-74-75)…at the Bill Cullum Invitational posted a 227 (81-74-72)…placed fifth at the Snowman Getaway with a season-low 213 (72-67-74)…shot the team’s second lowest score of 226 (74-79-73) at the Bandon Dunes Championship…at the Duck Invitational shot a 234 (79-74-81)…led Gonzaga to first place at the Wyoming Cowboy Classic with a team-low 142 (75-67)…his score of the Wyoming Classic tied him for seventh…tied for 23rd at the West Coast Conference Championship with a 225 (78-74-73)…ended the season with a 75.4 stroke average.

Misc.: 3.4 high school GPA...mother, Catherine, and sister, Anna, played tennis collegiately at the University of Portland, and brother Benjamin played tennis at the College of William and Mary.