|Hometown:||Spring Hill, Fla.|
|High School:||Central HS|
|Previous College:||Central HS|
AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13)
In his first season with the Green and Gold, Grey became an instant difference-maker on the Saint Leo men’s golf team…Participating in 22 rounds over the fall and spring seasons, Grey posted a stroke average of 75.2—the second best on the team…Grey’s best play came at the Indian Bayou Classic when he posted rounds of 70 and 72 to win the individual tournament…Low-round for the year came at the Smokey Mountain Invitational when he fired a 68 in the second round on February 11…After the spring season Grey participated in the U.S. Open Local Qualifier at Lake Jovita Golf Club where he claimed the final advancing spot by birdying the second hole of a playoff…Grey advanced to the U.S. Open Sectional Qualifier in Sarasota, Fla.
2012 California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) Conference and State Medalist...2011 All-Marine Corps Medalist...Played his freshman year at the College of the Desert...Finished that season with a 72.7 scoring average...A 2006 graduate of Central High School...Played under Head Coach Gary Morton...Earned Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Year...A two-tme winner of both the NSJGA Black Diamond Junior Masters Championship and the NSJGA Tournament of Champions.
Born on October 12, 1987...Majoring in Sport Business...Hobbies include golfing, working out, fishing, and camping...Lists his career goal as becoming a PGA Tour Professional...Claims his best asset to the team is dedication and leadership...Favorite athlete is Tiger Woods...Lists his favorite team as the University of Florida football team...Chose Saint Leo because of the opportunity to play golf and get an education...Had been taking online classes with the Distance Learning Program while he served in the United States Marine Corps...Son of Alan and Kelli Grey...Has two brothers, Cody and Jason, and one sister named Aaron...His step-father, Jim Cocchi, played golf at Miami-Dade Community College from 1969-71.