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Andy Spencer - Men's Golf - Kansas Jayhawks

Andy Spencer

Class Sr.
Hometown Prairie Village, Kan.
High School Shawnee Mission East

Son of Jeff and Jenny Spencer … Has two siblings, PJ and John … Majoring in business finance.

2018-19 | JUNIOR

  • Played in all 11 of the team’s events.
  • Recorded 15 rounds even or under par.
  • Academic All-Big 12 First Team.
  • Finished 4-1-0 at the Big 12 Match Play Championship in the fall.
  • Qualified for the 2019 U.S. Amateur at Pinehurst Country Club in Pinhurst, North Carolina, by finishing in the top three in Colorado with a score of 6-under par.

2017-18 | SOPHOMORE 

  • Competed in all 14 of team’s events
  • Led the team with a round average of 71.63
  • Leads team with 20 rounds under-par
  • Finished in the top-20 on nine occasions, four of those in the top-5
  • Finished second at the Badger Invitational, where his second-round 65 was the lowest round of his career
  • 54-hole total of 203 at the Ka’anapali Collegiate Classic is tied for the sixth-best total in program history
  • Champion of the 2018 Tom Watson Challenge (2nd time)
  • Academic All-Big 12 First Team

2017 | SUMMER

  • Won the 2017 Watson Challenge by seven strokes over former Kansas teammate Chase Hanna.

2016-17 | FRESHMAN

  • Shot in the 60’s in the first round of his college career at the Rod Myers Invitational
  • Competed in 10 events on the season
  • His eighth place finish (213 score) at the Desert Mountain Intercollegiate in Scottsdale, Arizona was the best amongst Jayhawks
  • Recorded a 65 in the final round of his individual showing at the Ka’anapali Collegiate Classic


  • Won the 2015 Kansas Class 6A State Championship at Carey Golf Course in Hutchinson, Kansas
  • Finished runner-up for the state title in 2016 as a senior
  • Twice named the Kansas City Star’s All-Metro Boys Golfer of the Year in 2015 and 2016
  • Awarded the Kenneth Smith Award, which is given to a Kansas City area male and female golfer who demonstrates excellence in performance, academic achievement, leadership and community service
  • As a senior, finished in the top two of seven of the nine tournaments he played in
  • Won the Shawnee Mission Northwest, Shawnee Mission East and Lawrence Free State Invitationals, all with scores of 72 or lower in his final season
  • In his final tournament for SM East, he shot 70 at Manhattan Country Club and led the Lancers to a team state title – their second-straight
  • Set a school record with a 71.2 stroke average during junior season
  • Won the 2015 American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) at the Kansas City Country Club