Anthony Arvidson

Anthony Arvidson

Player Profile


Beaverton, Oregon

High School:




Former Beaver Morten Madsen Makes Cut At U.S. Open

Former Beaver Morten Madsen Makes Cut At U.S. Open


David Fink Selected To All-Pac-12 Men's Golf Second Team

David Fink Selected To All-Pac-12 Men's Golf Second Team

OREGON STATE: (1999-2000): Anthony finished his junior campaign with the lowest scoring average of his career at 73.1 over 37 rounds...became the first menís golfer at OSU in 12 years to win two tournaments in a season when he won the Northwest Classic and the Duck Invitational...shot 3-under 213 at the Northwest and 4-under 212 at the Duck...finished tied for second at the Pacific Invitational with 1-under 215, including a 68...tied for 24th at the NCAA West Regional with a 3-under 213 that included a 68 in the final round...NGCA Scholar Athlete, Pac-10 All-Academic First Team, Honorable Mention All-Pac-10...Anthony tied for sixth at the U.S. Intercollegiate with a 215, including a season-low 68...he tied for 36th at the Pacific-10 Championships, shooting 5-over 293...eight sub-par rounds.

(1998-99): Anthony ended the season with seven sub-par 30 rounds he averaged 74.1...finished in the top-15 in three finish was tied for sixth at the U.S. Intercollegiate with a three-round total of 219, which included a team-low 66...the 66 ranks among the best 10 scores in Oregon State history...named to the Pac-10 Conferenceís All-Academic Second Team...had a banner summer, shooting 29-under par in 18 competitive rounds.

(1997-98): Anthony had one of the best freshman seasons of any Oregon State golfer in school history...he shared the teamís low scoring average with Justin Johnson at 74.4 strokes per round...earned Pac-10 Conference Honorable Mention...finished in the top-15 in three tournaments...won the Oregon Duck Invitational with a three-round total of 6-under-par 210.

SUNSET: Arvidson lettered three years...first team all-state as a senior after finishing second in the state 4A tournament... two-time Metro League Player of the Year...three-time all-conference...two-time first team Hogan Cup and 1996 Junior Americaís Cup...won the Pacific Northwest Golf Associationís Under-17 Championship prior to his senior year...1997 Rolex Junior All-American...won the Portland City Junior Championship at age captain as a senior.

PERSONAL: Born May 6, 1979 in Portland...son of Don Arvidson and Sue Springer...has one brother and one sister...hobbies include fishing and skiing...chose OSU because of the ďatmosphere, Coach Ketcham, and the teamís potentialĒ...majoring in business.

Arvidsonís career totals
Season 	Top 10	Rds.	Avg. 	Low
1999-00	   4	37	73.1	68
1998-99	   1	30	74.1	66
1997-98	   2	37	74.4	67
Totals	   7	101	73.9	66

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