Marc Dobias
Marc Dobias


Lausanne, Switzerland

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Previous School: Played one season at VCU and earned First-Team All-Colonial Athletic Association honors ... Tied for fourth at the conference tournament to lead the Rams to a fourth place showing ... Played in 11 tournaments at VCU and led the team with a 73.4 strokes per round scoring average ... Shot three straight rounds in the 60s to tie for fourth at the Marshall Invitational in his first event for VCU ... Opened with a season-low 68, and followed with back-to-back 69s for a 206 total ... Went 3-0 at The Match Play against teams from Seton Hall, Central Arkansas and Villanova to open the spring season ... Was VCU's top finisher in five tournaments.

Junior College: Named honorable mention PING All-America and was a first-team selection to the PING All-District II Team ... Was the top ranked player in the region as a sophomore with a 71.5 scoring average ... Helped Midland place fourth at the NJCAA National Championship ... Tied for 20th in the event at Odessa Country Club after carding rounds of 72-73-74-76=295 (+7) ... Tied for 36th at the national tournament as a freshman after rounds of 74-76-74=224 (+8).

Prep: Placed first in the Swiss International Amateur ... Was first on the Swiss Order of Merit in 2006 ... Took second for the Duke of York Trophy.

Personal: Marc Dobias was born on Dec. 27, 1988, in Lausanne, Switzerland ... Son of Georges and Jaroslava Dobias ... Is a general studies major.


Lamar finishes third at Southland Conference Tournament

Cardinals lead all Southland Conference schools with 24 titles in men's golf


Cardinals stand in third after opening round of Southland Tournament

Lamar has won 24 Southland Conference titles in men's golf


Cardinals look to defend Southland Conference title

Lamar has won 24 Southland Conference titles in men's golf


Lamar places 11th at US Intercollegiate

Cardinals have just one tournament remaining before conference tournament


Lamar tied for 11th at US Intercollegiate

Cardinals will head into Saturday's final round just seven shots out of fifth place

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