2014-15 (Senior Season):
• Chosen as the team captain.
• Was Georgia’s top finisher in the stroke play portion of the NCAAs as he finished 11th and led the Bulldogs into match play.
• Had three top-10 finishes — third in the Seahawk Intercollegiate, seventh in the NCAA San Diego Regional and eighth in The Carmel Cup.
2013-14 (Junior Season):
• Played in three events, highlighted by a 15th-place finish in the Dick’s Sporting Goods Collegiate Challenge Cup.
2012-13 (Sophomore Season):
• Claimed first place in the 11-man Puerto Rico Individual Classic for his first collegiate victory.
• Appeared in the lineup in four events for the Bulldogs, highlighted by an 11th-place effort in the Bulldog Battle at Mountain Lake.
2011-12 (Redshirt Season):
• Redshirted and did not see any action for the Bulldogs.
2010-11 (Freshman Season):
• Saw action in seven tournaments for Mercer University.
• Posted averages of 75.5 per round and 226.5 per tournament.
• Best finish was a 16th-place effort in the Bandon Dunes Championship.
• Also posted his lowest round in Bandon Dunes, signing for a 69.
• Graduated from Providence Christian.
• Set all the individual Providence records.
• Claimed medalist honors at the region tournament as a freshman.
• Named to the All-State Team in 2010.
• Chosen for the All-Region and All-County teams in 2009 and 2010.
• Was the medalist in the 2010 Creekview Grizzly Classic.
• Came in second in the 2010 Atlanta Athletic Club Invitational.
• Reached the match play portion of the 2014 United States Amateur after finishing 14th in stroke play.
• Came in fifth in the 2013 Palmetto Amateur.
• Advanced to the Sectionals in the 2011 U.S. Open Qualifying.
• Participated in the Monday qualifying for the 2010 Web.com Tour’s Stadion Classic in Athens, missing a spot in the field by only one shot.
• Posted victories on the International Junior Golf Tour and the Hurricane Tour in 2009.
• Recorded multiple victories in Atlanta Junior Golf Association tournaments.
• Born June 9, 1991.
• Son of Mark and April DeMoss.
• Majoring in Communication Studies.