Competed in three tournaments during the 2006 fall season... Best finish came at Vanderbilt's Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate, a tie for 52nd place... Lowest three-round total of the season posted at the Carpet Capital Collegiate in Dalton, Ga., a 15-over 231... Lowest 18-hole score came of the year on the first day of the Mason Rudolph, a two-over 74.
Called to action in seven of 10 team tournaments during the season, including the season-ending Southeastern Conference Championship... Shot in the 220's on four occasions during the year, including a pair of 226's at the Hootie at Bulls Bay and in the SEC Championship... Lowest three-round total in relation to par came at the Courtyard by Marriott Intercollegiate, an 11-over 227... Tied his best finish from the SEC Championship in an appearance at the Seminole Intercollegiate (T-52nd).
Participated in all 11 team events in his first campaign as a Commodore... Posted a trio of Top-10 finishes during the year, including two Top-5 performances... Tied for fifth place in his first collegiate tournament, the 2004 Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate, after shooting a two-under 211... Shot a three-under 210 at the 2004 Coca-Cola Tournament of Champions to finish in a tie for third place... Won the Craig Rudolph Cup, becoming the third freshman to do so (following Mark Donnell and Luke List)... Season-low 18-hole total came in the second round of the Mason Rudolph (two-under 69) and was repeated in the final round of the Tournament of Champion... Tied for 10th place at the Hootie at Bulls Bay during the spring season.
Placed sixth at the 2006 Southeastern Amateur at the Country Club of Columbus (Ga.)... Alternate for the 2004 United States Open after missing qualification by one stroke as the low amateur at the Ansley Golf Club in Atlanta... Advanced to the Sweet 16 of the 2004 Western Amateur... Represented the East in the 2003 Canon Cup at Sea Island, Ga., including a successful pairing with fellow-future Commodore Chris Brady... Tied for 11th at the 2004 TaylorMade-adidas Golf Junior at Chateau Elan... Traveled over 7,000 miles to participate in a 2003 Fiji World Golf event... Won the 2002 Western Junior championship at Sea Island, Ga.
Four-year varsity starter for Marist... Sank the winning putt on the final hole of the 2003 Class AAAA championship to give his WAR Eagles the title... Tied for third among individuals in the event... Also helped lead Marist to the 2001 state championship... Named the Georgia High School Player of the Year (AAAA) for the 2003-04 season... Also recognized as an AJGA All-American on two occasions -- a first-team selection in 2004 following an honorable-mention nod in 2003.
Christopher Brett Lange... Born March 10, 1986...Father Joe played baseball at the University of Virginia and mother Mary played tennis at Trinity College...Has one sibling, Kelsey...Majoring in human and organizational development.