Ben Wescoe
Year: Junior
Hometown: La Jolla, Calif.
High School: La Jolla High School

2007-08: Wescoe had a successful sophomore season, competing in all eight tournaments for the Bulldogs. His best finish came at the New England Division I Championship, where he finished in second place. Wescoe led the Bulldogs, along with first place finisher Colby Moore, to win the tournament. His low round was a 71 at New Englands and the Macdonald Cup. At the Ivy League Championship he came in 11th with rounds of 72, 79 and 79. Wescoe combined with Thomas McCarthy, Colby Moore, and Joe Hernandez to finish in second as a team at the championship. Wescoe also led Yale at the Lacrosse Homes Invitational with a 26th place finish. He finished the season with a scoring average of 76.73 over 19 rounds. 2006-07: Wescoe had a great freshman season, playing in all 10 tournaments for the Bulldogs with five top-10 finishes. His best finish came at the CCSU Invitational, where he tied for eighth. He finished the year with a round average of 75.6. High School: Wescoe split his high school career between two schools. For his freshman and sophomore years, he played golf at Homestead High School (Mequon, Wis.) and then after moving to La Jolla, Calif., at La Jolla High School. During high school, he made the 2004 Wisconsin High School Golf Association All-Academic Golf Team. He followed that up with a 2004 San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Golf Team spot. Capping it off, he was placed on the 2004-05 Future Collegians World Tour All-Academic Team. Wescoe also was an AP Scholar and made High Honor Roll every semester of high school. Personal: Wescoe is a member of Berkeley College. He is a History of Art major with a strong interest in golf course architecture. His parents both graduated from Kansas University, and went to Columbia for graduate school in law and medicine. Ben has two brothers and a sister. His older brother Max (23) attends Kansas, his younger brother Zak (18) attends UC Santa Cruz and his sister Zoe (16) attends La Jolla High School.