Andreas Lunding –
Major: Business Management
High School: Rungsted Gymnasium
Hometown: Horsholm, Denmark
Awards: 2014: All-CACC; Wilmington Academic All-Star; 2013: Division II PING All-East Region, CACC All-Tournament, CACC Rookie of the Year, All-CACC, CACC Golfer of the Week (3/18; 4/1); Wilmington Academic All-Star
Sophomore Season: Named All-CACC after finishing 373 in the Golf Stat National Rating – played in 12 tournaments as a sophomore, averaging 76.14 strokes per round – finished with four round of par or better on the season, including two rounds in the 60s – finished second in the St. Thomas Aquinas Invitational, shooting a season’s best 67 in the second round to finish at 138, six-under par, one stroke off the leader – also shot a 69 in the second round of the Sonoma State Invitational, finishing in a tie for 34th overall – finished tied for 12th at the CACC Tournament with a75-88 for a 163.
Freshman Season: Named CACC Rookie of the Year after finishing 319th in the National Rating, best among freshman in the CACC – named All-CACC and named to CACC All-Tournament Team after placing fourth overall – named Division II PING All-East Region – played 24 rounds with an average score of 75.75, finishing five rounds with par or better – won the Bayside Resort Invitational with a 70-74 for a 144 two-round score, besting the field by three strokes – also won the WU Spring Invite with a score of 69-74 for a 143, one-over par, beating the field by three strokes.
High School: Attended Rungsted Gymnasium in Horsholm, Denmark.
Personal: Andreas Gustav Lunding – son of Thomas and Tine Lunding –has two siblings, Marcus and William – majoring in business management and administration at Wilmington University – from Horsholm, Denmark – his favorite athletes are Tiger Woods, LeBron James, and Roger Federer – if he could be anything but a collegiate or professional golfer, he would want to be a pilot – his favorite professional sports teams are FC Copenhagen and Arsenal – the greatest piece of advice he’s ever received is “Drive for show, putt for dough”.