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Summer 2007 Rosenau had a successful summer, having won the Redding City Amatuer this past week at Gold Hills Country Club. He posted scores of 69-72=141 enroute to winning the Redding Amatuer for the third straight time. Upcoming for the senior leader is a tournament and course he is familiar with; the Riverview Pro-Am. Chris is looking for his third straight title at his home course this coming weekend. Also on the books is the NCGA Qualifier at The Reserve and a qualifying round for the U.S. Amatuer at Del Rio Country Club in August. 2006-2007 Rosenau stepped up his game once again during his junior year at Pacific, cementing himself in the number two position throughout the year. He played in 33 of 36 rounds for the Tigers, maintaining a 74.9 stroke average. Chris finished his third season at Pacific with three rounds under par and 28 rounds in the 70's. He opened the spring semester with a 12th place finish at the Rice Intercollegiate and played steady golf throughout the year. At the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Rosenau fired a career-low 65 during the first round enroute to a 17th place finish at the Tigers shot a season-low round of 278. Chris' best finish of the year came at the Big West Championship just two weeks later when he posted scores of 69-73-75 to finish 10th. Summer 2006 On June 4th Chris won the Redding Open with a 36-hole score of 145 and two weeks later took home the top-amatuer award at the Redding Pro-Am, shooting a 68-74-71=213. 2005-2006 Rosenau shot a five-over, 54-hole score of 221 to take 16th at the Big West Championship. He also was named Pacific's Ken Earle Player of the Year. Chris continues to be a leader in only his second year as a Tiger, shooting a career-low 70 at the Rice Intercollegiate while placing 12th. Rosenau earned the Tigers' only win in their dual match with Georgia Tech, winning 2-1. Three days later he led the Tigers at the Oregon Duck Invitational, shooting two rounds of par or better at Shadow Hills Country Club. He then fired a career-low 68 in the opening round of the Cowboy Classic, finishing 25th for Pacific. Rosenau had a stellar fall season, playing in all five tournaments in which he shot 14 of 15 rounds in the 70's. Chris accumulated the teams second best stroke average at 74.9 and finished in a tie for 17th at the Prestige. 2004-05 Rosenau shot a 76.6 average over 27 rounds during his first season at Pacific; his best finish coming in the Big West Conference Tournament where he shot a 221 to tie for 23rd. Enterprise High School Chris graduated from Enterprise High School in Redding, California. As a Hornet, Chris was a four-time letterwinner in both basketball and golf. In his freshman and junior seasons, Rosenau led Enterprise to the NorCal Championship Tournament. Chris was a two-time league MVP in 2002 and 2004 and an All-EAL selection in 2001 and 2003. Academically, Chris was an honor roll student. Personal Christopher Joseph Rosenau is the son of Bob and Lisa Rosenau and has a younger brother Brandon. His father Bob was formerly a professional bowler. Chris is currently majoring in business.