Men's Golf



    Jorge Campillo  
    Jorge Campillo

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Caceres, Spain

    High School:
    La Asuncion

    Height:
    6-1


    11/05/2014

    Mayer Winner of Labron Harris Sr. Award

    The award is handed out by the Golf Coaches Association of America in cooperation with The PGA of America

    10/18/2014

    Preview: Tavistock Collegiate

    The Hoosiers join some of the other top teams in the country in Orlando the next three days.

    09/19/2014

    Men's Golf Hosts Wolf Run Intercollegiate

    The 15 team tournament gets underway at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday in Zionsville, Ind.

    04/11/2014

    NYX Hoosier Invitational in Bloomington This Weekend

    04/28/2008

    Jorge Campillo Wins Big Ten Tourney 2008

    Jorge Campillo Wins Big Ten Tourney 2008

    2007-08 (Junior): Tied for second place at the NCAA Championship after shooting a 289 (75-70-72-72) ... led the team with a 71.72 scoring average, the third-best total in school history ... enters season with second-best career average at 72.68 ... won the Big Ten "triple crown," taking home the Big Ten Golfer of the Year, Les Bolstad Award (presented to the Big Ten player with the lowest average) and a Big Ten Championship ... won back-to-back-to-back tournament titles late in the season ... collected eight top-fives, nine top-10s and 13 top-25s in 14 events ... recognized as the Big Ten Golfer of the Week two times ... shot 212 (72-66-74) at the UMB Bank-Mizzou Tiger Classic, 201 (63-68-70) at the Boilermaker Invitational and 278 (69-71-71-67) at the Big Ten Championship to earn his three victories ... shot a career-low round and second-lowest 18 in Hoosier history with a 9-under 63 in the Boilermaker Invitational ... finished second at the Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational with a 204 (69-67-68) ... tied for fifth at the NCAA Central Regional after carding a 217 (71-73-73) ... shared fifth place at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate with a 215 (69-76-70) and at the Pinehurst Intercollegiate with a 218 (71-74-73) ... selected as Indiana's sportsmanship honoree.

    2007 (Summer): Represented Europe at the Palmer Cup and became the second Hoosier to participate at the event (Jeff Overton) ... posted a 3-under 138 (69-69) to advance to match play at the British Amateur, where he advanced to the quarterfinals ... won medalist honors at the Sofitel Biarritz Cup with a 10-under total (67-67-68-64) ... placed eighth at the European Amateur with a 72-68-69-73 (-6) ... advanced to sectionals at the U.S. Open Qualifier with a 70 at the local Indiana site.

    2006-07 (Sophomore): First team All-Big Ten selection for the second straight year ... qualified for the NCAA Central Regional as an individual, where he tied for 72nd place at 235 ... led the team for the second consecutive season in scoring average, posting a 73.76 mark ... his career average of 73.21 ranks second behind former two-time All-American Jeff Overton ... captured top-10 finishes (six top fives) in each of the first eight tournaments to push his career top-10 total to 15 ... collected his second and third career medalist honors at the GADO North Texas Classic (Feb. 17-19) and the Pinehurst Intercollegiate (March 18-20) ... shot 214 (73-68-73) to tie for first at the GADO while claiming a 213 (73-67-73) at Pinehurst ... day-two 67 matched career-best round ... opened the season sharing third at the Rich Harvest Farms Intercollegiate (Sept. 9-10) followed by a tie for fifth at the Gopher Invitational (Sept. 16-17) ... tied for third at the VCU/Mattaponi Springs Shootout (Sept. 25-26) before a sixth-place showing at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate (Oct. 7-8) ... prior to his two individual titles, shared fifth at the Big Ten/Pac-10 Challenge (Oct. 23-24) and tied for ninth at the Landfall Tradition (Oct. 27-29) ... netted a tie for 12th at the Big Ten Championships (April 27-29) ... picked up a pair of Big Ten Golfer of the Week honors (Feb. 22, March 22 to run his career total to five).

    2006 (Summer): Third at the Copa Biarritz with a total of 268 (67-68-63-70) ... finished fourth at the Campeonato Internacional de Canarias with a four-round total of 299 (80-76-76-67) ... led the Spanish National Team to victory in the European Under-21 Team Championships, carding rounds of 71 and 72 and winning all of his matches throughout the championships.

    2005-06 (Freshman): Unanimous Big Ten Freshman of the Year selection and named first team All-Big Ten ... second player in IU history to earn Big Ten Freshman of the Year (Jody Roudebush, 1991) ... posted a 72.72 average to break the school's all-time freshman scoring mark ... shared 24th place at the Big Ten Championships ... tied for third at the Kepler Intercollegiate with 217 (73-70-74) ... became the second true freshman in the IU history to win a tournament after lapping the field by eight strokes at the Boilermaker Invitational ... shot 212 (74-70-68) en route to his first collegiate victory ... captured the final of his three Big Ten Golfer of the Week honors following the event ... also earned Big Ten honors following a runner-up finish at the Santa Anita/NT Classic and a tie for sixth at the Orange County National ... shared third at the Kepler Intercollegiate with 217 (73-70-74).

    Prep/Personal: Member of the Norba club de golf de Caceres and trained at the Blume Center, a training center for top amateurs in Spain ... member of the Spanish National Federation team ... selected to the Spanish National team more than 16 times and was ranked No. 1 in Spain six separate years ... finished 13th at the 2005 European Amateur Championship ... in 2003, captured a bronze medal with Spain at the World Championship in Kobe, Japan, while finishing 11th as an individual ... selected to the 2004 European Continental team ... was a member of the 18-U European champion team with Spain in 2002 and a member of the runner-up 18-U team in 2004 ... runner-up at the 18-U Spanish Championship both in 2003 and 2004 ... born on June 1, 1986 ... business major ... parents Jorge Campillo and Rosario Iniguez ... one brother, Pepe.


       

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