DURANT, Okla. - Southeastern's Zach James wrapped up his fall season at the beginning of October, and on Oct. 23 climbed to the No. 1 individual ranking among NCAA Division II Golfers in the latest Golfstat player rankings.
James, a senior from Whitesboro, Texas, boasts a comparative record of 1,568-2 through five tournaments, meaning he has finished ahead of all but two competitors over the course of the fall portion of the season. Additionally, he is 5-0 versus players ranked 26-50 and 10-0 versus players 51-100.
He carries the nation's lowest adjusted scoring average at 69.03 per round.
James has won three of the five tournaments individually, and was second in the other two, including the final event of the fall which was shortened to one round due to weather conditions.
On the season so far he has fired a season-low 63, as well as posting 10 of his 13 rounds in the 60's, including a four-round streak of sub-70 scores to end the fall.