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Fall 2006 - Spring 2007 -- Capped a strong sophomore season by being named to the All-Patriot League Team ... finished the year with a 76.8 stroke average that featured a pair of top-10 finishes and three top-20 showings ... saw action in five tournaments in the fall where he produced a 77.4 stroke average over 19 rounds of action ... opened the fall with a 7-over par 149 at the Navy Fall Invitational where he tied for 40th ... his opening-round 73 marked his low round of the fall campaign ... recorded a 9-over par 151 at the Big 5 Classic where he earned the highest finish of his young career and posted his first top-10 finish ... shot par (71) in the final round of the Big 5 Classic, the low round of his collegiate career ... followed up with a 14th-place finish at the Service Academy Classic in Texas where he posted an 11-over par 227 in his first-collegiate three-round match ... teamed up with Ryan Wielgus to defeat Army's Joey Cave and Adam Renfroe, 3&2, in the annual Star Match ... the Mids defeated the Black Knights, 6-5 to win the N-Star ... recorded a 77.1 stroke average in the spring ... opened the spring at the Cat Classic where he placed 29th with a 16-over par 160 ... turned in an 8-over par 79 at the snow-shortened Navy Spring Invitational ... followed up with a 24th-place finish at the Princeton Invitational where he shot a 7-over par 149 ... earned all-league kudos by finished sixth at the Patriot League Championship with a 12-over par 222 ... was named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for achieving a 3.63 grade-point average during the spring semester and earning a varsity letter..

Fall 2005 - Spring 2006 -- Finished 73rd in his first-collegiate competition ... turned in a 21-over par 163 at the Navy Fall Invitational ... ended the spring the spring with a 77.7 stroke average ... led the Midshipmen at the Princeton Invitational with an 8-over par 150 to finish 15th.

More on Hardie -- A 2005 graduate of Broadneck High School in Arnold, Md. ... a four-year standout in golf, who also was a two-year letterwinner as at outfielder for the baseball team ... led Broadneck High to the 2004 district championship with a team score of 287 ... served as a two-year captain of the golf team while earned All-County recognition from the Annapolis Capital and the Washington Post his junior and senior campaigns ... member of the National Honor Society ... attended the same high school which produced Navy football player Ben Gabbard, as well as Midshipmen swimmer Kayla Johnson ... an Ocean Engineering major, Hardie has been named to the Commandant's List twice ... he earned Dean's List recognition following the spring of 2007 ... son of Chuck and Debbie Hardie ... born Feb. 5, 1987, in Silver Spring, Md.

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