James Mishoe
James Mishoe
Height: 6-2
Weight: 200
Year: So.
Hometown: Cary, N.C.
High School: Green Hope
Previous College: UNC Greensboro
Major: Business

2017-18

  • one of 30 semifinalists for the 2018 Division III Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award presented by Barbasol,
  • a First Team PING All-South honoree
  • earned Second Team PING NCAA Division III All-America honors
  • set the school record for season stroke average (72.43)
  • ranked third in the final Golfstat.com Division III Player Rankings
  • competed in 14 rounds over five tournaments and had four top-10 results
  • won the 29-team Jekyll Island Intercollegiate (67-70-69-209)
  • posted three of his four sub-par rounds for the year at Jekyll Island to finish with an 8-under-par 206, the second-lowest 54-hole total in school history
  • a First Team All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) selection, earned one ODAC Player of the Week honor

2015-16

  • appeared in five tournaments for NCAA Division I UNC Greensboro
  • averaged 74.64 strokes per round in 14 rounds
  • shot a season-low 69 at the Janney VCU Shootout, which helped him place 15th in the 83-man field
  • notched an eighth-place finish at the Wolfpack Invitational among 91 golfers

Personal

  • transferred to Guilford from UNC Greensboro in January 2018
  • named 2013 Wake County Tri-9 Conference Player of the Year for Green Hope High School
  • twice named all-region
  • second-team all-state honoree
  • won the Prestonwood Country Club junior championships for three straight years from 2011-13
  • captured the 2013 AJGA Presidential Leadership Award
  • played for Aynor (S.C.) High School in 2009-10 as a middle-school aged player and earned all-region laurels
  • qualified for the 2014 North Carolina Amateur where he finished tied for 32nd at the Carolina Golf Club in Charlotte with a four-round score of 286 (71-70-73-72)
  • played in the 2014 Carolina Amateur, qualifying at Lonnie Poole Golf Couse with a 6-under par 66
  • rated as the No. 9 junior golfer in the state of North Carolina by the Carolinas Golf Association (CGA).
  • tied fifth in the 2017 Dixie Amateur Golf Tournament
  • participated in 2015 Jones Cup
  • son of Abbie and James Mishoe