Senior (2007-08) -- Gray earned his first-ever and only collegiate victory at the 2008 BIG EAST Conference Championship with a five-under par 211 (68-68-75). He was the only player at the conference meet to shoot under par, helping Marquette win its first BIG EAST title in any sport. For his breakthrough performance, Gray was honored with an All-BIG EAST Conference nod. He was also named to the Carter Plantation Intercollegiate All-Tournament team in March after placing in tie for third place and helping MU to a runner-up finish. One of the most experience collegiate golfers to play for the Golden Eagles, Gray's 128 rounds played is second all-time at Marquette behind senior teammate Mike Bielawski (132). Gray helped MU win the Xavier Invitational during in October after carding a seven-under par 209, his lowest 54-hole total of his career. There he also fired his lowest individual round of the season with a second-round 66. Gray's scoring average of 73.34 this year is the third lowest single-season scoring average at MU, while his 74.06 career clip is second all-time.
Junior (2006-07) -- Gray struggled to find his rhythm during the Fall season, but stepped up mightily during BIG EAST head-to-head competitions. His best score of the campaign came at the BIG EAST/MAC Challenge, the last event of the Fall, where he posted a 218, finishing 12th overall and helping his MU squad to a runner-up showing, just two strokes behind team champion Akron. At the BIG EAST Championship, he carded a three-day total of 220 to tie for 15th place with teammate Dustin Schwab. Recorded a 75.83 scoring average for the season, resulting in a 74.58 career scoring average after three years at MU. He was one of four Golden Eagles to play every round in all all of the team's 11 tournaments.
Sophomore (2005-06) -- Gray turned in yet another great year as he recorded a scoring average of 74.41. With a career mark of 73.91 after two years, he ranked second on Marquette's all-time scoring average list behind Nathan Colson. After a decent fall, he came out in the spring and shot well in MU's first tournament, the Wexford Plantation. He finished 10th to lead MU. He had one other top-10 finish on the season, placing ninth at the BIG EAST/MAC Challenge. He shot a one-under, 215 to help Marquette to its second team title of the year.
Freshman (2004-05) -- Gray had a sensational initial season, recording Marquette's best single season average at 73.48. He made a big splash in his collegiate debut, shooting three-under, 213 to finish fourth at the John Piper Intercollegiate. He shot a 65 in his first collegiate round. He led MU with a 15th place finish, shooting one-under, 215, at the the Xavier Invitational. He placed a season best second at the 49er collegiate classic, after finishing the tournament with a 68 and 69 to finish at seven-under, 209. He was also MU's top finisher at the St. Croix Collegiate Classic. A 26th place finish at the Conference USA Championships led him to a spot on the C-USA All-Freshman team.
Prior to Marquette -- A four time letterwinner at Oshkosh West, Gray was all-conference each of his four seasons. He was captain each of those seasons and was a second-team all-state selection during his high school career. He led his team to a pair of state championship tournaments and qualified for state each of the four seasons he played.
Personal -- Gray was born January 9, 1986, to Todd and Karen Gray in Tucson, Ariz. He has an older brother, John, and younger brother, Charlie. He is a communications major.
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