Named Third-Team All-Southland Conference ... Also named to the Southland Conference All-Academic Team ... One of two Cardinals to play in all 13 tournaments during the season, finishing third on the team with a 74.27 strokes per round average ... Had three top 10 finishes on the year, including a career-best tie for second at the Wolfpack Spring Open after rounds of 70-74 (+2) ... Tied for ninth at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic at 3-over par after rounds of 72-69-72 ... Also tied for ninth at the River Landing Intercollegiate at 4-under par, including opening with a season-low round of 68 ... Tied for 13th at the Southland Conference Championships after scores of 75-73-72 (+4) ... Tied for Lamar's top finisher at the NCAA Virginia Tech Regional at 45th after posting 77-75-78 (+14).
2009-10: Played in nine tournaments and fashioned a 75.93 scoring average ... Low round of the season was a 70 at the Border Olympics ... Tied for 47th at the Southland Conference Championships after shooting 84-79-81 ... Tied for 23rd at the Gator Invitational with rounds of 71-77-71.
2008-09: Named Southland Conference Freshman of the Year ... Played in all eight spring tournaments, including the NCAA Regional in Austin, and finished with a 75.13 scoring average ... Best finish was a tie for fourth at the Border Olympics after rounds of 76-71-71 ... Posted a top 10 with a ninth place tie at the Administaff Augusta State Invitational after shooting 69-68-73 ... Tied for 14th at the Southland Conference Championships after rounds of 76-72-73 ... Helped the Cardinals to their fourth straight SLC title ... Improved score each day at the NCAA Regionals, shooting 80-79-77 to finish 64th ... Competed for Belgium at the World Amateur Team Championships in Sydney, Australia ... Teamed with fellow Lamar teammates Kevin Hesbois and Hugues Joannes to finish 16th in the team standings ... Tied for 43rd (out of 192) with a 74-70-72-80=296 total.
PREP: Has played for various levels of the Belgian National Team since 2000 ... Coached by John Gulesarian ... Also was the lone Belgian player on the Continental Team, which included nine players from seven European countries, that participated in the Jacques Leglise Trophy at the Nairn Golf Club in Scotland in August of 2004.
PERSONAL: Xavier Maria Feyaerts was born Mar, 13, 1988, in Bonheiden, Belgium ... Son of Wilfried Feyaerts and Carine Dock ... Hobbies are playing sports and listening to music ... Major is business.