Jeffrey Hatten
Jeffrey Hatten
Year: Senior
Hometown: Farmington, Conn.
High School: Loomis Chaffee

2011-12: Captained the men's golf team for the 2011-12 season, which included victories at the Princeton Invitational and the Macdonald Cup ... Won the Widdy Neal Award ... Runner-up individually at the Princeton Invitational ... Achieved several top-10 finishes and led the team on the leaderboard on several occasions.

2010-11: Elected captain for the 2011-12 season … Placed fourth at Ivy League Championship … Selected for first team All-Ivy … Achieved three straight top-10 finishes in the season; at the Princeton Invitational, the Century Intercollegiate and the Ivy League Championship … Played at the NCAA Virginia Tech Regional … Averaged 76.4 over eight tournaments and shot a low round of 71.

2009-10: Appeared in six tournaments for the Bulldogs…Best finish was a tie for 17th at the Macdonald Cup…Lowest round of the year was a 70 at the Macdonald Cup…Averaged 79.36 strokes per round.

2008-09: Appeared in six tournaments as a freshman…Finished tied for seventh at the Yale Spring Opener…Best round of the year was a 70 at the Yale Spring Opener, putting him in a tie for first after first round.

Before Yale: Attended high school at Loomis Chaffee in Windsor, Conn., where he played four years of Varsity golf…Captained the team while compiling the lowest scoring average on the team…Medaled in five tournaments his senior year…Third place at the Kingswood Oxford Invitational with a round of 72…Won Coaches Award his freshman and sophomore years and followed it up with the MVP award his junior and senior years…Academically, made the high honor roll and received a PSAT National Merit Scholarship Commendation.

Personal: Member of Morse College…Majoring in sociology with a concentration in economics and interned in finance for the past two summers…Bit unusual as a golfer, in that he swings lefty, but putts righty…Father, Mark, attended Marquette…Mother, Linda, attended Tufts…Two brothers, Mike and Charlie…Mike graduated from Clemson in 2000 and Charlie graduated from Boston College in 1996.