Michael Fader
Michael Fader
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Owings Mills, Md.
High School: McDonogh School
Previous College: Duke

High School: Fader attended the McDonogh School in Owings Mills, Md., where he played four years of golf. He was captain of his golf team (senior year), which made the playoffs three out of four years. Individually, he was the team's No. 1 player all four years. He was a three-time 1st Team All-League (MIAA). He was also the Coaches Award winner for his team. Outside of high school, he won the 2007 Baltimore Amateur Championship. He was also a three-time qualifier for the Maryland Amateur (2006-08) and a two-time qualifier for the Maryland Open (2007-08). During his time at the McDonogh School, he also played soccer. Academically, he was a member of the cum-laude honors society and an AP scholar with distinction. Personal: Fader is a member of Silliman College and intends to major in economics. He transferred to Yale from Duke, after his freshman year. His father Steven attended McDaniel College, and his mother Judi attended the University of Maryland. He has two sisters, Dorie and Lexi. They are both seniors, Dorie at Vanderbilt, and Lexi at McDonogh High School.