Jason D'Amore

Jason  D'Amore

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Jason D'Amore was a member of the LMU men's golf team from 2005-08. During his freshman season in 2005, he was the Lions' low scorer in 10 of 11 events. In 2006, D'Amore led the LMU golf program onto a new stage, as it clinched its first-ever WCC Championship, tied for sixth at the NCAA West Regional and advanced to the NCAA Championships for the first time in program history. D'Amore would also go on to advance to the NCAA West Regional as an individual his senior year in 2008. At the time of his induction, he is the only golfer in school history to claim first-team All-WCC honors in each of his four seasons, and just the sixth student-athlete in LMU history to accomplish the feat. At the time of his induction, D'Amore's name is scattered atop the LMU all-time record book. He is tied for first in low round (64, 18 holes) and low 54-hole total (203) while ranking second in low 36-hole total (135) and career rounds under par (54).