2012-13 (Junior) Competed in seven events ... three of his 20 rounds were under par ... fired a career-best 71 three times, the second round of the Ram Masters Invitational, third round at the CU Invitational and the third round of the Desert Shootout ... best finish was a 12th place tie at the Service Academy Classic ... averaged 77.1 shots per round.
2011-12 (Sophomore) Participated in three events ... shot a season-best 72 in the third round of the Falcon Invitational ... finished with a nine-over par score of 225 at that tournament ... also played at the Service Academy Classic and the Desert Shootout ... averaged 77.8 per round.
2010-11 (Freshman) Did not participate in a varsity event.
High School Lettered three years in golf ... coached by Philip Beard ... team MVP as a senior ... won award for lowest average throughout the season ... team won section each year ... also lettered four years in hockey ... greatest moment was scoring his first goal of the season with 15 seconds left in his last high school hockey game.
Personal Member of cadet squadron 10 ... nickname is "Daddy" ... son of Richard and Rachel Berglund ... has one brother, Troy, who is a freshman and on the golf team at the Academy ... his father played golf at the University of Alabama ... wants to become a pilot after graduation ... worked as a flight commander for the USAFA Sports Camps this past summer ... also worked Basic Cadet Training ... active in his squadron as a safety/security officer and assistant flight commander ... hobbies include hockey, snowboarding and the outdoors (hiking, camping, fishing) ... favorite food is steak ... favorite movie is Wedding Crashers ... reality show he would choose to be on is The Bachelor ... favorite golf course is Boston Country Club ... would most like to play at Augusta National ... favorite professional golfer is Adam Scott ... favorite book is Decision Points ... person in history he would most like to meet is Ronald Reagan ... craziest ambition is to fly Air Force One ... credits his father with the biggest influence on his sports career.