MO State HS Sports

Men’s Golf Adds Three to 2023-24 Roster

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The Missouri men’s golf team completed its roster for the 2023-24 season with the addition of three newcomers in Trevor Mierl, Adam Miller and Virgilio Paz.

“We are very happy with the guys that have recently decided to join Mizzou Golf,” said first-year head coach Glen Millican. “Trevor, Virgilio and Adam combined with Brock and Peyton are great additions to the four returning from last season. Our roster gives us a lot of depth with strong leadership at the top with four upperclassmen. I am looking forward to watching this group work together and compete this season!”

The three newcomers join November NLI signees Peyton Purvis and Brock Snyder to form a five-golfer class. They join a Missouri team that returns its top four golfers in stroke average from the 2022-23 season, where the team earned its second-straight trip to both the NCAA Regionals and SEC Quarterfinals.

Trevor Mierl
Austin, Texas • Cameron University

• Played two years at Cameron University
• Received honorable mention to the All-Lone Star Conference Team during the 2022-23 campaign
• Ranked second on the Aggies with 73.51 stroke average during his sophomore campaign • Finished tied for first at the Hrnciar Tournament with a three-round total of eight under • Posted a stroke average of 73.53 during his freshman campaign
• Set the school record for eagles in a season with six
• Also named an Academic All-American with the Aggies.

Adam Miller
Phoenix, Ariz. • Scottsdale Preparatory Academy
Earned four letters at Scottsdale Preparatory Academy, serving as team captain for two seasons
• Won three individual state titles, while also leading the Trojans to three team titles during his high school career
• Earned Rolex Junior All-America honors in 2022
• Owns eight top-20 finishes on the AJGA Tour
• Finished fifth at the Wisconsin State Open in 2021
• Played on the Wyndham Cup team in 2021.

Virgilio Paz
Caracas, Venezuela • New Mexico

• Appeared in eight tournaments during his rookie season at New Mexico with a final stroke average of 73.21
• Carded five rounds at par or under with a season-low of 214 at the Maui Jim Invitational.
• Graduate of Colegio Jefferson in Caracas
• Ranked as high as No. 137 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings and top-ranked junior in Venezuela
• Won the 2022 Venezuela Open
• Won the 2019 South American Pre Junior Championship.


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