Took part in four tournaments which resulted in nine rounds of action ... Averaged 76.55 strokes per outing ... Best 18-hole performance was a one-under par 71 during the first round of the NCAA D-III Fall Preview (Sept. 18-20) ... No. 3 among the Eagle scorers and tied for 33rd place out of 96 players at the Rhodes College Fall Classic (Sept. 11-12) with two-day score of seven-over par 151 (77-74) ... Also competed at the Oglethorpe/Royal Lakes Fall Invitational (Oct. 3-4) and the Discover DeKalb Emory Spring Invitational (Apr. 8-9), the latter as an individual.
Ended a fine rookie season No. 2 on the team and 19th on the program's season scoring ladder with an average of 75.27 strokes over 15 rounds of competition ... First Team All-UAA honoree ... Shot par or better on two occasions ... Top effort of three-under par 69 during the second round of the Jekyll Island Collegiate (Mar. 19) tied for the squad's second-best round of the season and for 24th position on the school's individual ladder ... Carded a two-under par 70, which represented his second-best score of the campaign, on the second day of action (Mar. 29) at the Wynlakes Intercollegiate en route to a second-place finish on the team and fourth out of 63 players with a 36-hole score of 144 (season best for a 36-hole event) ... Second among the Eagle contingent and 11th on the leader board out of 80 entries at the Emory Spring Invitational (Apr. 10-11) with a 36-hole showing of five-over par 145 (71-74) ... Emory's top shooter over its 36 holes at the NCAA D-III Championships and competed in a playoff to continue on as an individual ... First action as a collegian came as an individual at the Oglethorpe Fall Invitational (Oct. 5-6), shooting a six-over par 150 (73-77) that tied for 34th place out of 93 players.
Four-year member of the golf program at Sewickley Academy ... Was coached by Win Palmer ... Served as team captain his final two seasons ... His last year saw him averaged 36.2 strokes per round over nine holes and 74.0 over 18 ... Helped his team to a 2014 WPIAL Class AA team title ... Captured medalist honors in the 2014 WPIAL Championship and advanced to the PIAA Class Individual Golf Tournament ... Was named his team's Most Valuable Player his final campaign ... Three-time WPIAL All-Section honoree ... Named PIAA All-District in 2013 and 2014 ... Also played on the basketball team, serving as team captain as a senior and earning all-section acclaim his junior year ... 2014 WPIAL Regional Student-Athlete Leadership Academy.
Son of Tony and Lisa Muscato ... Born July 9.
"Emory affords me a fantastic opportunity to develop as a person. I'll interact with extraordinary students and faculty, pursue a great education and a chance to compete on a tremendous golf team."