Golf-Mothershead roster 2011
Daniel Mothershead
Year: SR
Major: Biology (pre-medicine)
Parents: Bob & Luann
Birthday: 12/28
Hometown: Santa Clarita, CA
High School: Santa Clarita Christian

2011-12:  Daniel enters into his senior year ready to help lead the team.  Last year, he averaged 77.1 with his best individual finishes coming at the HNU Fall Invite (T16th) and the GV Viking Classic (T11th).  His experience will pay dividends in helping to provide leadership and insights to benefit the whole team.  Coach Semelsberger says, "We all know the talent that Daniel possesses.  We know it's just a matter of time before he puts it together to start playing that way in competition. I'm excited to see him finish his college career well".

2010-2011: Returns after taking a year off to focus on school...The JR. brings a natural skill set and is an excellent ball-striker with nice touch around the greens...Coach Semelsberger says, "We are very excited to have Daniel back on our team. He has grown so much in so many areas of his game and maturity, I'm excited to see how the Lord will work through him this year"...

2008-2009: Was a consistent starter throughout the year and grew in his leadership skills as he matured on the course...Had his best finish of T-12 at the GSAC Championships...

High School: A four year letterman who started for Santa Clarita Christian School…Selected Team Captain his sophomore, junior, and senior years…voted Most Valuable Player in his freshmen, sophomore, junior, and senior year…averaged a 38 as a senior…His low round was a 66.

Personal: Daniel has 9 holes in one… Loves all sports, especially basketball, snowboarding, and football…Favorite movies are "Dumb and Dumber", "The Prestige", "Ironman", and "Happy Gilmore"...

On His relationship with Jesus: "The Lord is my Savior and my rock and I know I can turn to Him in any situation. He is the the one who gives me joy and the ability to press on through all trials and circumstances. He directs my life and I will go as He leads for the rest of my life."