Fall 2006 -- Turned in a pair of top-10 finishes, including an eighth-place 8-over par 224 at the annual Service Academy Classic ... for the second-consecutive season, he pitched a ninth-place tie at the Rehoboth Beach Invitational, turning in a 5-over par 147, including his low round of the fall campaign, a 73 on the final day ... opened the year with a 14-over par 156 at the Navy Fall Invitational where he placed 75th.
Fall 2005 - Spring 2006 -- For the first time in his career, was able to complete a season without injury ... played in eight events that covered 19 rounds ... owned a season average of 78.4 ... shot his low round of the year in back-to-back competitions ... tied for ninth at the Rehoboth Beach Invitational in the fall with a 6-over par 148 where he turned in a 1-over par 72 in the opening round ... followed up with a 10-over par 226 at the Service Academy Classic where he finished in a tie for ninth ... shot par in the middle round ... his best finish of the spring campaign was a tie for 37th at the Iona Invitational where he shots a 24-over par 166 ... his low round of the spring season was in the final round of the Princeton Invitational where he cut 10 strokes off his opening round ... he finished 16-over (158) and tied for 58th ... finished up the spring campaign with an 11-over par 153 at the Navy Spring Invitational where he tied for 51st.
Fall 2004 - Spring 2005 -- Saw action in Navy's first two tournaments of the year and the annual Star Match before a knee injury slowed him ... owned a 79.20 stroke average for the fall ... placed 19th at the Service Academy Classic with a 22-over par 238 ... finished 73rd at the Navy Fall Invitational with a 16-over par 158 ... underwent shoulder surgery, missing the entire spring campaign.
Fall 2003 - Spring 2004 -- Played in three meets in the fall, including the ever-important Army-Navy competition ... partnered up with fellow plebe Bryan Stoniecki to win the doubles point, 1 up ... also won his individual round, 1 up ... competed in the Navy Fall Invitational, his first-collegiate meet, placing 48th with a 13-over par 155 ... traveled to Leesburg, Va., to compete in the Georgetown Hoya Invitational, where he placed 63rd with an 11-over par 83 in a rain-shortened tournament ... posted a 79.33 stroke average ... suffered a shoulder injury and missed the entire spring campaign after a promising fall season.
More on Garner -- A 2003 graduate of Starr's Mill High School where he lettered in golf ... also attended T.C. Roberson High School, as well as Gaither High School ... served as co-captain of the Starr's Mill golf team his junior and senior campaigns ... earned the Coaches Award as a sophomore, while being named a member of the St. Petersburg Times' Class of the County ... named team MVP as a freshman in high school ... name to the All-Mountain team as a freshman, as well as All-Western Carolina ... guided his golf squad to the 2000 conference championship, the 2001 Western Conference Championship and the 2003 region title ... served as Student Council President ... a member of the Key Club and Beta Club ... a History major, Garner was named to the Commandant's List in the spring of 2006 ... son of Jay and Karen Garner ... born Oct. 1, 1984, in Dalton, Ga.