Mateusz Gradecki

Mateusz Gradecki

HT. 6'0"
YR. Fr.
HOMETOWN Oborniki Slaskie, Poland
PREVIOUS SCHOOL Liceum Ogolnoksztalcaqcego

2015 Summer
Appeared in the British Amateur Championship … Advanced to match play before falling to England’s Sean Towndrow by one in the third round of the tournament … Defeated teammate Gudmundur Kristjansson in the second round and beat Germany’s Alexander Matlari, 2-up, in the opening round.

2014-15 Season
Named to the SoCon Academic Honor Roll … Played in all 13 tournaments for the Bucs … Recorded a scoring average of 74.1, while totaling 10 rounds of par or better and two rounds in the 60s … Showcased his best collegiate finish at the Southern Conference Championship as he placed tied for fifth to help guide ETSU to the tournament win … Fired a 68 in the opening round of the championship, marking the lowest round of his collegiate career … Also carded a 68 in the final round of the Seminole Intercollegiate (March 15).

2013-14 Season
Played in 12 of the 13 tournaments for the Bucs in his rookie season … Posted a stroke average of 75.8 … Recorded seven rounds of par or lower, including two rounds of 69 set in the second rounds of the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate and Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational … Had a pair of top-30 finishes, including a season-best 22nd-place finish at the Atlantic Sun Championship.

Prior To ETSU
Won the 2011, 2012, and 2013 Polish Amateur Championships ... finished first in the 2012 World Junior Golf Series (WJGS) rankings ... also finished fifth at the 2012 Junior Orange Bowl Championship ... posted four top-5 finishes in the WJGS, as he also finished second in both the American Junior and Toya Polish Junior Tournaments, and third in the Czech International Junior Amateur Championship ... played with current ETSU golfer Adrian Meronk in the 2012 World Team Championship and tied for 67th in the 214-player field back in October 2012 ... In May of 2012, Gradecki also led Poland in the French Amateur after posting a 70 in the final round to finish in a five-way for ninth.