|Hometown:||Mercer Island, WA|
|High School:||Mercer Island HS|
Competed in four tournament, one dual, and 11 rounds as a junior… had a stroke average of 85.6… recorded his best finish of the year at both the SCIAC #1 (78-79-157) and the Schreiner Spring Shootout (79-77-156) as he tied for 33rd… shot his best 36-round of golf at the CA State Intercollegiate as he finished 9-over-par (78-75-153)… he helped the Kingsmen tie for third at the CA State Intercollegiate (78-75-153) and take fourth at the Schreiner Spring Shootout (79-77-156).
Competed in one tournament and one dual…played four rounds of golf…recorded one round of Par or better…lowest round of the year was a 1-under-par 71 at the SCIAC Championships (April 22-24)…tied for 19th and finished with a three-round score of 224 at the Championships…tallied a stroke average of 75.
Played 15 rounds of golf for CLU as a true freshman, averaging 76.93…made his Kingsmen debut in the fall at the CA State Intercollegiate (Sept. 19-20) at Diamond Valley GC where he shot a 127…top CLU finisher at CSUSM Fujikara Invitational (Feb. 6-7) at Shadowridge GC with a 230…shot a team-best score of 68 (-2) at Robinson Ranch GC (Feb. 27-28).
Mercer Island High School
Graduated in 2016 in Mercer Island, Wash...earned four varsity letters in golf for the Islanders…garnered Second Team All-KingCo Conference honors in 2016…part of third place state team finish in 2015 and fourth place state team finish in 2016…won the American High School Golf Championships in St. Andrews Scotland with his golf team, which he notes as his greatest personal sports moment.
Full name: Drew Christofferson…born July 2, 1998 in Mercer Island, Wash….parents are Susan and Glen Christofferson…has one dog named Cooper…served as a volunteer Little League baseball coach in his hometown in 2014 and 2015…major is currently undecided.
Movies: The Departed, Monsters Inc.
Music: Dave Matthews Band
Food: Pasta, Chicken
Pro Teams: Mariners, Seahawks
Pro Athlete: Ken Griffey, Jr., Gary Payton
TV Shows: It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Video Game: NCAA Football, Call of Duty