Had a stellar freshman campaign ... Played in all 12 events and finished second on the team with a 72.84 scoring average ... Had 14 rounds at par or better and almost 80 percent of his rounds counted towards the team score ... Notched the team's only victory on the season, winning the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate ... Became just the 11th Demon Deacon freshman to win an event, joining the likes of Arnold Palmer, Lanny Wadkins, Jay Haas, Curtis Strange, Bill Haas and Webb Simpson ... Was just the fourth freshman to win an event since 1980 ... Led the team on the year with seven eagles made ... Opened his career with rounds of 79-75-70 (+8) at the Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic and finished tied for 41st ... Carded a final round 69 at the Collegiate Challenge Cup and finished 29th at 7-over par ... Shot a 77 in the stroke play portion of the Payne Stewart Invitational but rebounded to down Andrew Buchanan 4&3 in match play ... Started the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate with a 77 but bounced back with rounds of 68-71 to finish tied for 26th at even par ... Finished tied for 29th at the US Collegiate Championship after a final round 69 ... Started the spring with a bang, firing rounds of 68-74-68 (-6) to win the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate ... The 6-under par 54-hole score was the lowest of his season ... Also had a 69 in the second round of the San Diego Classic en route to in 18th place at 3-over ... Had a tough tournament at The Hootie at Bulls Bay, finishing tied for 52nd but came back with rounds of 72-69-70 at the Irish Creek Collegiate to finish tied for fifth at 2-under par ... That was his second under-par finish and his second top-5 finish of the season ... Shot a 76 at the rain-shortened Wolfpack Spring Open ... Led the team with rounds of 71-67-76 (-2) and finished tied for 14th in his first ACC Championship ... Posted rounds of 71-74-75 (+7) to finish in a tie for 38th at the NCAA Raleigh Regional.
Prior to Wake Forest
Earned a total of seven varsity letters on the golf course at The Benjamin School in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. ... Played for coach Toby Harbeck ... Was a four-time team MVP ... Was the 2012 Sun Sentinel and Palm Beach Post Player of the Year ... Was part of one state championship team and finished runner-up individually ... Was a two-time regional champion ... Was the Long Island Amateur runner-up in 2011 ... Was the low amateur at the 2011 New York Open ... Finished third at the Long Island Open in 2013 and seventh at the 2013 Terracotta Championship ... Competed in the 2013 US Junior Amateur Championship ... Was third at the Met Junior Championship in 2013 and finished 17th at the Pacific Coach Amateur ... Also earned one varsity letter on the basketball court ... Was on the honor roll four years.
Full name is James Clancy Waugh ... Born on Nov. 16, 1994, in Farmington, Maine ... Son of Seth and Sheila Waugh.