AS A SENIOR: Part of the Irish rotation that claimed the 2010-11 BIG EAST Championship … competed in four tournaments as a member of the five-man rotation, including one in the spring and three during the fall schedule … finished the year with a 75.54 stroke average – 75.50 in the spring and 75.56 in the fall … saw four of his 10 rounds (.400) counted toward the team score, while recording one under-par round … enjoyed most success during his second rounds, averaging 74.00 strokes per round … opened his season with a tie for 44th at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic with a 225 (+15) … finished tied for 62nd at the Firestone Invitational, carding a three-round score of 231 (+15) … competed as an individual entrant at the St. Mary[apos]s Invitational, finishing tied for 26th at 224 (+8) … posted lowest round of the season at the St. Mary[apos]s Invitational with a second round 69 (-3) … returned to the Irish lineup at the one round Battle at the Warren, finishing tied for ninth with a 73 (+2) … concluded his season at the BIG EAST Championship, finishing fifth among the Irish rotation and tied for 34th overall at 16-over par (229).
IN THE FALL (2010): Appeared in three tournaments for the Irish in the fall … posted a 226.67 tournament average with a total of 680 strokes in the three tournaments … played as the number five player forthe Irish in two of the three tournaments … had his best finish of the fall when he tied for 26th place atthe St. Mary[apos]s Invitational as an individual participant … posted personal-year best of 224 (+8) at the St.Mary[apos]s Invitational … his best round of the fall also came in the St. Mary[apos]s Classic, where in the secondround he posted a 69.
AS A JUNIOR: Competed in six tournaments for the Irish … had seven out of 12 rounds count towards Notre Dame[apos]s team score … recorded a 75.33 stroke average for the 2009-10 season … recorded his best finish at the Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate by tying for 30th with a one-over par 143 (69-74).
AS A SOPHOMORE: Monogram winner … got the nod for 10 tournaments, including nine appearances in starting lineup … charted 75.90 stroke average in 29 rounds, with 19 of his 27 rounds as a starter contributing to the team total … turned in solid fall campaign with 74.93 stroke average while starting all five events … tied for 46th place at season-opening USF Olympic Club Intercollegiate at 13-over par 226 (78-74-74) … shared 42nd place at Saint Mary[apos]s (Calif.) Invitational with eight-over par 221 (74-73-74) … shot 17-over par 227 (76-76-75) at Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic to wind up 46th in the field … tied Dustin Zhang for team-high honors with 35th-place showing at 12-over par 228 (73-73-82) in The Prestige at PGA West … closed fall with 24th-place tie at UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate Championship at six-over par 222 (72-74-76) … opened spring with best score as member of travel squad, carding career-low four-over par 220 (77-75-68) to tie for 11th at Palmas del Mar Intercollegiate in Puerto Rico; final-round 68 also was career-best … tied for 64th place at Border Olympics with 18-over par 234 (81-72-81) … shot 19-over par 235 (78-77-80) to finish in 90th-place tie at Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational … warmed up for conference tournament with team-best third-place tie at Caputo Invitational with 12-over par 156 (81-75) while playing as individual … got start for BIG EAST Championship and tied for 48th place at 16-over par 232 (83-74-75).
SUMMER 2008: Advanced to 32-man match play tree at California State Amateur Championship in Burbank after tying for 29th in medal play with four-over par 146 (74-72); lost in first round of match play, 4 & 3, to top-seeded Matt Hoffenberg (San Diego State) … tied for 20th during qualifying for Southern California Golf Association (SCGA) Amateur at Oceanside (El Camino GC) with four-over 76.
AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in six tournaments during his rookie season, including four in the starting lineup … registered 76.41 stroke average in 17 total rounds, with 10 of his 12 travel-squad rounds (83.3 percent) counting to the team score … cracked lineup for season-opening Gopher Invitational and parlayed strong start in tie for 26th place at 12-over par 228 (74-70-84) … competed as individual at Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic, carding season-low 225 (+15; 79-75-71) to earn share of 48th place … made spring debut in John Hayt Collegiate Invitational, tying for 69th place at 19-over par 235 (78-78-79) … teed off in USC Collegiate Invitational and ended up in 56th-place tie at 21-over par 234 (82-75-77) … participated in Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational, tying for 92nd place at 18-over par 234 (76-76-82) … closed out freshman season and showed hint of promise to come with tie for 10th place in Irish Invitational at three-over par 143 (69-74) while playing as an individual; opening-round 69 was a season-best.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Earned letters all four prep seasons at La Jolla Country Day School in La Jolla, Calif. … two-time first-team all-California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) San Diego Section pick (2006, 2007), becoming the first golfer in school history to earn first-team honors … three-time all-Coastal South League selection … named Coastal South League Athlete of the Year as a senior (2007) … twice tapped for San Diego Hall of Champions All-Section Team (2006, 2007) … tied for 42nd place in 2006 CIF-SCGA Southern California Championship after shooting 75 … led Country Day to 36 consecutive dual-match wins in league play and four Coastal South League titles … won Coastal South League medalist honors as a freshman (2004) and was league runner-up as a sophomore (2005) … was school[apos]s all-time match play medalist upon graduation … shot career-low 29 during nine-hole match play event as a freshman … also turned in solid career on American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) Tour, posting 75.05 stroke average in seven events with pair of top-10 finishes to his credit … full name is Connor Daniel Alan-Lee … middle of three children born to Brett and Lauri Alan-Lee … comes from athletic family — brother, Taylor, played soccer at Dartmouth from 2004-06; father, Brett played tennis at San Diego State; and uncle, Scot Brewster, lettered in football at Dartmouth in 1978 … born June 2, 1988 in San Diego, Calif. … graduated from the College of Arts and Letters with a psychology degree.
Alan-Lee[apos]s Career Statistics
|Year||Tournaments||Rounds||Count||Strokes||Avg.||Top Rd||Top 36||Top 54||Top Finish (Field)- Event|
|2007-08||6||17||10/12||1,299||76.41||69 (-1)||143 (+3)||225 (+15)||T-10th (59)- Irish Invitational|
|2008-09||10||29||19/27||2,201||75.90||68 (-4)||156 (+12)||220 (+4)||T-3rd (Caputo Invitational)|
|2009-10||6||15||7/12||1,130||75.33||69 (-2)||143 (+1)||224 (+8)||T-30th (Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate)|
|2010-11||5||13||4/10||982||75.54||69 (-3)||143 (-1)||224 (+8)||T-9th (Battle at the Warren)|
|Career||27||74||40/61||5,612||75.84||68 (-2)||143 (-1)||220 (+4)||T-3rd ([apos]09 Caputo Invitational)|