Gator Locker Room
Gator Ticket Office

BIO

Richard Treis
  • 6-0 ,170
  • Redshirt Senior (Transfer)
  • Baden-Baden, Germany
  • (Univ. of North Carolina)

Florida-
(2004-05)
Named to the PING All-Southeast Region Team…Recognized as a Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar…Member of the All-SEC second-team…Carded rounds of 74-72-80 = 226 (+16) at the 2005 NCAA Championships at the Caves Valley Country Club…Shot a six-over par score of 219 to tie for 68th-place at the NCAA East Regional…Tied for 31st-place by recording rounds of 76-75-76 = 227 (+17) at his first career SEC Championships…Claimed second tournament win of his collegiate career by taking top honors at the Morris Williams…Defeated six of the then top-10 players in collegiate golf at the Morris Williams and earned first career SEC Golfer of the Week Honor (April 7)…Carded a nine-over score of 225 at the Chris Schenkel Invitational to finish tied for 36th-place overall…Fired rounds of 73-74-75 = 222 (+6) to tie for 31st-place at the Southern Highlands Collegiate…Finished with an even par score of 216 at the Puerto Rico Classic to tie for 18th-place…Fired a season-best final round of 67 to help lead the Gators to their second come-from-behind-win of the season at the Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate…Tied for 14th-place at the SunTrust Gator Invitational and helped spark the final round come-from-behind win over Wake Forest by firing a then season-best round of 69 over the final 18 holes…Posted a record of 2-1-1 at the Hooters Match Play Championships…In UF stroke-play debut, fired rounds of 79-71-76 = 226 (+10) to finish tied for 32nd -place at the Carpet Capital Collegiate…

Prior to Florida - Played three seasons for Head Coach John Inman at the University of North Carolina…Captured the 2003 Atlantic Coast Conference Individual Championship…Placed 22nd at the 2003 NCAA Championships…Finished in third place at both the Seminole Intercollegiate and The Intercollegiate in 2003…Took sixth place at the 2003 Schenkel Invitational…Took the top individual honors at the 2002 Shootout…Placed first at the 2001 Lee Nissan/Barton College Intercollegiate…Finished 19th at the Ping/GolfWeek Preview.

Amateur Competition - Set the single-round course record of 66 at the 2003 Danish International Amateur Championships en route to a seventh-place finish …Member of Golf Club Stuttgart Solitude that captured the 2002 German Team Championship…At the 2002 German Team Championships, he fired a 67 to set the single-round course record…Took first place in the 2002 Luxembourg International Amateur Championship…Member of the 2000 German Junior team that competed in the European Championships…Placed fourth in the 2000 German Club Championships…Played on the 1998-2000 German National team…Finished ninth overall in the 1999 German National Men's Rankings…Recorded a third-place finish at the 1999 German National Amateur Championship…Took fifth place in the 1999 Italian Amateur Championship…Placed in the top-10 at the 1999 World Amateur Championship…Captured 1999 Baden-Wurttemberg Championship…Ranked second in 1998 German Junior Golf rankings…Member of 1998 German team that played in the 1998 European Boys Team Championships…Two-time Stuttgart club champion…Took fifth place in the 1998 Belgian Juniors.


Richard Treis Career Stats
Best Rounds
Year Tourneys Rds Strokes Avg. 18 54 Even or Under
Par Rds.
Top-10
Finishes
2004-05 10 30 2,212 73.73 67 212 10 1
Totals 10 30 2,212 73.73 67 212 10 1

Best Finish: 1st, 2005 Morris Williams and 2003 ACC Championships
Low Round: 67, 2005 Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate
Low Tourney Score: 212, 2005 Morris Williams

Date Tournament (Site) Finish (Score)
Nov. 5-7 Carpet Capital Collegiate (Dalton, Ga.) T32nd 79-71-76--226 (+10)
Nov. 14-16 Hooters Match Play (Howie-in-the-Hills, Fla.) 2-1-1  
Feb. 5-6 SunTrust Gator Invitational (Gainesville, Fla.) T14th 72-76-69--217 (+7)
Feb. 20-22 Mercedes-Benz Collegiate (Ponte Vedra, Fla.) T19th 73-82-67--222 (+6)
Feb. 27-Mar.1 Puerto Rico Classic (San Juan, Puerto Rico) T18th 76-68-72--216 (E)
March 11-13 Southern Highlands Collegiate (Las Vegas, Nev.) T31st 73-74-75--222 (+6)
March 19-20 Chris Schenkel (Statesboro, Ga.) T36th 71-75-79--225 (+9)
April 4-5 Morris Williams (Austin, Texas) 1st 69-71-72--212 (-4)
April 15-17 SEC Championships (Sea Island, Ga.) T31st 76-75-76--227 (+17)
May 19-21 NCAA East Regional (Nashville, Tenn.) T68th 74-70-75--219 (+6)
June 1-4 NCAA Championships (Baltimore, Md.) MC 74-72-80--226 (+16)
Florida Athletics - A Championship Experience with Integrity - Vision Statement
  • University of Florida
  • NCAA
  • Sun Sports / Fox Sports Florida
  • IMG
  • SEC Network

© 1998 - 2014 University Athletic Assoc., Inc., Sun Sports & IMG College. All Rights Reserved.