|Hometown:||New Philadelphia, Ohio|
|High School:||New Philadelphia HS|
|BLAKE SATTLER'S CAREER STATS
|Fall 2005 (DNP )
|Spring 2006 (DNP)
as a senior (Fall 2006): Competed in all six events, tallying 1,226 strokes over 17 rounds ... finished second on the team with a 72.12 scoring average ... led the Zips with nine rounds of par or better ...led the team with five top-20 finishes and was second on the squad with two top-10 performances ... recorded the third victory of his career at The McLaughlin (Sept. 22-23), posting a 6-under 204 to earn the win ... tied his own school record for the lowest single round with a mark of 65 in round one of the tournament ... named MAC Golfer of the Week on Sept. 27 after his outstanding performance at The McLaughlin ... helped UA win the MAC/Big East Challenge (Nov. 4-5) after finishing tied for fifth with a 2-under par score of 214 ... started the season with an 11th-place showing at the Rich Harvest Farms Intercollegiate (Sept. 9-10), posting a three-round mark of 227... finished second on the team with three rounds in the 60’s.
as a senior (Spring 2006) (Redshirt): Received a medical redshirt for the spring season.
as a senior (Fall 2005) (Redshirt): Received a medical redshirt for the fall season.
as a junior (Spring 2005): Had one of the best seasons in program history in the spring, setting seven school records and earning first-team All-MAC honors...finished the spring with a team-best 71.95 average...finished in the top-15 in six of seven events and recorded one victory, the second of his career...finished the season with three-consecutive top-10 finishes...won the Marshall Invitational (April 8-9) with a career-best 11-under 202, setting six school records including lowest single round (65), lowest round under par (6-under; 65), lowest 36-hole under par total (9-under; 68-65), lowest 54-hole total (11-under; 69-68-65), lowest 36-hole aggregate (133) and lowest 54-hole aggregate (202)...he also set the tournament record for lowest three-round total (202) at the Marshall Invitational (April 8-9)...broke the school record for rounds in the 60’s with six, including a round of 69 at the Lexus Naples Invitational (March 14-15) and two rounds of 69 at the MAC Championship (May 5-7)...led the Zips at the MAC Championship (May 5-7), finishing tied for seventh with a 3-under 285, the lowest MAC Championship four-round total for a Zips’ golfer in school history...named MAC Golfer of the Week on April 12 following his historic performance at the Marshall Invitational (April 8-9)...finished the season with an average of 73.14, just .24 strokes off the school record for season average (72.90)...carded 10 of 22 rounds at even par or better...during the summer, tied for medalist honors at the U.S. Open Local Qualifier following a round of 2-under-par 70...carded back-to-back rounds of even par 72 at the U.S. Open Sectional Qualifier...posted a 136 to earn medalist honors at the U.S. Amateur Sectional.
as a junior (Fall 2004): Competed in all five tournaments in the fall and led the Zips with a 75.00 average...recorded one top-20 finish and was the top UA finisher in two events...opened the season with a 5-over 221 to finish tied for 20th place at the Northern Intercollegiate (Sept. 18-19).
as a sophomore (Spring 2004): Competed in all seven tournaments...Zips’ top finisher in four events...earned second-team All-MAC honors after finishing tied for 30th at the MAC Championship...had three top-20 finishes...tied for sixth at the Marshall Invitational (April 9-10) with a 2 under-par, 214 (72-70-72)...tied for tenth place at the Birkdale Intercollegiate (March 13-14) after shooting 226 (75-76-75)...finished tied for 12th place at the El Diablo Intercollegiate with 226 (71-79-76)...shot a 222 at the First Energy Intercollegiate (April 24-25) to finish tied for 27th place...led the team with a 75.24 stroke average...during the summer, he lost in the second round of the North-South Invitational at Pinehurst after shooting 72, 69...shot rounds of 68, 68, 69, 73 at the 2004 Ohio Pub-links Championship over the summer.
as a sophomore (Fall 2003): Participated in all
five tournaments and was the Zips’ top performer in three of
those events ... posted a team-best 73.17 strokes-per-round average
... collected his first collegiate victory in the rain-shortened
Fairway Club Invitational (Sept. 8-9), the opening tournament of
the season ... posted a 36-hole score of 1-under 141, including a
then career-low 69 in the second round, and tied for the top spot
... his co-championship was the first individual title for a
Zips’ golfer since Greg Boyette finished first at the
Cleveland Energy Resources Invitational (April 28-29, 1996) ...
posted two more top-20 finishes ... registered a tie for 15th-place
at the Northern Collegiate (Sept. 20-21) with a 54-hole tally of
5-over-par 218 (72-72-74) ... finished tied for 19th at the Xavier
Invitational (Oct. 13-14) with a 36-hole total of even-under-par
as a Freshman (Spring 2003): Competed in all seven tournaments...earned the first top-20 finish of his career at the Kent State FirstEnergy Intercollegiate (April 19-20) with a three-round score of 220 (74-73-73) which tied for 20th...ended the season at the MAC Championship with a four-round 311 (83-71-73-84) tying for 28th place...finished the spring with a 76.85 shots-per-round average...qualified for match play at the 2003 U.S. Amateur, but lost in the first round...fired a 7-over-par 147 (75-72) during the two rounds of medal play at Oakmont Country Club in Pittsburgh...qualified for the U.S. Amateur by sinking a 30-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole in sectional qualifying at Mound Builders Country Club in Newark, Ohio, defeating three other players to claim the third and final qualifying spot for play at Oakmont.
as a Freshman (Fall 2002): One of only two Zips to see action in all five tournaments...opened season with a 39th-place finish at the Fairway Country Club Invitational, shooting a 230, the second-best UA score...best showing was at the Cardinal Intercollegiate with a 22nd-place finish and a team-best total of 218.
at New Philadelphia HS: A four-time, first-team East Central Ohio League choice...a three-time ECOL Player of the Year...tabbed the Eastern District Player of the Year as a senior...competed in the state tournament as a freshman.
Personal: Born in New Philadelphia, Ohio...parents are Rick and Sue Sattler...his uncle, Bill Hagey, played baseball at Akron...majoring in business and organizational communication.