KURT SCHUETTE ON DAVID OH: ?David Oh has taken his game to a new level this year. He's always had good fundamentals, but he has finally put it all together and that is allowing him to score better now. He is doing a better job managing himself and his game. He is beginning to accept a leadership role and has matured a lot over the last year. He's really focused on his game and is taking care of business.?
FALL RESULTS: David Oh had an outstanding fall, leading the team with a stroke average of 71.1 ... Won his first collegiate individual championship by five strokes in a strong field at the Long Cove Invitational with a career-low score of 206 (68-69-69) ... Shot a career-low 65 at The Ridges Intercollegiate on his way to a fifth place finish ... Lead the squad with five rounds in the 60s this past fall.
David Oh in the Fall of 2001: The Ridges 71-65-72--208 (5th) William Tucker 74-75-76--225 (51st tie) Red River Classic 75-71-69--215 (27th tie) Long Cove Invit. 68-69-69--206 (1st)
2000-01: Oh played in 13 tournaments for the Trojans as a sophomore ... His stroke average of 74.5 was fifth-best on the team ... Had his top performance at the Northwest Classic, shooting 214 to tie for 29th ... Shot a low round of 67 at the Ping Arizona to help the Trojans win that tournament ... Shot 69 in the final round to help USC clinch the Pac-10 Championship ... Had five rounds in the 60s on the year.
1999-00: Oh played in 13 tournaments for the Trojans as a true freshman, including the Pac-10 Championships, the NCAA West Regionals and the NCAA Championships ... Finished fifth on the team with a 74.7 stroke average and had a low round of 67 ... Had four rounds in the 60s during the season--second on the squad to Kevin Stadler's five ... Shot 219 to finish in a tie for 10th in his collegiate debut at the Northwest Classic ... Fired a 69 and a 68 in the final two rounds to finish 11th at the Pac-10 Championships in Tempe, Ariz.
HIGH SCHOOL: At Whitney High in Cerritos, Calif., Oh developed into one of the top junior golfers in the country ... In 1998, he garnered junior All-American second-team honors and was named to the All-Southern California junior team for the second consecutive year ... Also was named the 1998 Delphic League MVP... In 1998 and 1999, was the AJGA Nabisco Mission Hills Desert junior champion ... Won the 1997 CIF individual championship ... Was the 1995 Junior World champion in the 13-14 age division.
LINKS: Born on March 28, 1981, David is a business major at USC.