2002-2003 (Junior): Competed in three of five tournaments... Continued improvement throughout fall season... Shot a three-round 241 at the Kiawah Island Invite and finished 73rd... Fired a three-round 234 and placed 69th overall at the Missouri Bluffs Invitational... At Baylor Invitational shot a 228 and finished 75th...In the spring, had a season-best finish of tied for 30th at the UTSA Roadrunner Invitational...Fired a season-low 226, including tying a season-low 72 in the opening round of the NCAA Central Regional...Advanced to the second round of match play in the 2003 Public Links...Made the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in both the fall and spring...Named Academic All-Big 12 for second straight year.
2001-2002 (Sophomore): Competed in seven of 13 tournaments...Helped Bears to tournament victory at Henry Griffitts Classic by shooting a three-round 216, finishing 31st of 80 golfers...Averaged a 74 over eight rounds in the fall...In the spring saw dramatic improvement culminate in final appearance at Chenal Trojan Cup where he shot a three-round 218 and finished tied for fifth individually...Finished spring with a 76.25 stroke average over 12 rounds...Qualified for the 2002 US Amatuer...Made the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in the fall.
Spring 2001 (Freshman): Participated in six of eight tournaments including each of the last four after transferring...Shot low round of 217 and placed ninth of 90 golfers at the Belmont Invitational in Nashville...Helped Baylor to Big 12 championship by placing 29th among 60 golfers at the Big 12 Tournament in Hutchinson, Kan...Shot a 219 at Rice Invitational finishing 10th of 62 golfers...Made the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in the spring.
Prior to Baylor: Played at Sam Houston State during the fall 2000 season...Played in all five tournaments for the Bearkats and led the team with a 72.8 average in 13 rounds...Had three top-10 finishes and placed second at the Nebraska Fairway Club Invitational...Also shot a season-best 67 at the same tournament.
High School: Was a four-year letterman for Coach Dan Murrah at Belton High School...Was named to the all-district team all four years, all-region team twice and the all-state team in 1999...Had eight victories in high school while compiling a 73.1 stroke average...Member of the National Honor Society and received the Leadership of Belton Award while in high school.
Personal: Full name is Jonathan Gregory Antunes...Born Sept. 17, 1982...Son of Greg and Barbara Antunes...Majoring in Business Management and CIS.