The George Washington University: Men's Golf

Bryan Derdenger
Bryan Derdenger

Hometown:
Scottsdale, AZ

High School:
Chaparral

Experience:
3V



Bryan and his twin brother Tim have made a huge impact in their years at GW. Bryan had an extensive AJGA and major junior tournament resume that included a win at the 1st ever PGA Junior Series Event (76-69) and a win at the Junior Golfer's of Arizona's PING Junior Masters with 70-72. . As an amateur Bryan has played in the North-South Amateur in Pinehurst, NC and has advanced to match play at the Arizona Amateur. Bryan is a Finance Major who has started all but a handful of GW's tournaments in three and a half years. The Colonials co-captain, Bryan is a leader on the course and off, often serving as a de-facto Assistant Coach for Coach Allen. On the course, Bryan was a member of the 1999-2000 Atlantic 10 All-Academic Team. He ranks 12th in school history with a 78.08 scoring average. He is fourth all-time in round played (with 85) and second all-time in top 5 finishes with seven. Bryan opened the 2000 Lehigh-Stabler Intercollegiate with a career low 69 and, after a second round 76 and 4 playoff holes, he had his first intercollegiate victory. He finished 2nd at the 1999 St. Bonaventure-Kennan Invitational (78-70) and the 1999 Caves Valley Intercollegiate (74-77). He added 3rd place finishes in the 1999 Lehigh-Stabler Intercollegiate (149) and the 1999 Dayton Flyer Invitational (73). Bryan caddied for his sister (who played collegiate golf at Arizona and Southern California) for a month this summer on the European Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour. He visited France, Italy, England and Sweden during his stint.

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