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 Wes Conover
Wes Conover

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Holly Springs, N.C.

High School:
Holly Springs

Last College:
NC State

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 215

Birthdate:
03/11/1993


04/12/2014

Conover And The Pirates Win River Landing Intercollegiate Titles

ECU picks up first victory of the year and Conover wins for the first time in his career

09/13/2013

ECU Men's Golf To Open Season This Weekend In Chapel Hill

Pirates among 14 teams competing at the Tar Heel Intercollegiate

Career Notes: Attended North Carolina State University for two years before transferring to East Carolina prior to the 2013-14 season ... Will have three years of eligibility at ECU ... Was not part of the Wolfpack NCAA Division I Men's Golf team ... Was enrolled in the PGA Golf Management program ... Member of N.C. State's 2011 PGA Jones Cup Championship and Carolinas Cup teams ... Helped the Wolfpack to a fourth-place finish at the 2012 at the PGA Jones Cup ... PGA Jones Cup And Carolina Cup are tournaments which feature the top five players from the 20 schools in the PGA Golf Management University program ... Reached the round of 16 at the 2013 North Carolina Amateur Match Play Championships.

High School: Graduated from Holly Springs High School in 2011 ... Did not play varsity golf ... Was a four-year letterman on the baseball team coached by Rod Whitesell ... Three-time all-conference player ... Member of the 2011 4A state high school baseball championship team ... Helped Holly Springs win back-to-back conference championships in 2010 and '11 ... Coaches award recipient and team captain ... Played one season of varsity basketball.

Personal: Born Wesley John Conover in Morristown, N.J. on March 11, 1993 ... Son of Barry and Jackie Conover ... Has a younger brother, Tim (17) and sister Stephanie (12) ... Recruited to play baseball at Campbell and UNCG ... His father played college basket-ball at Green Mount College (Vt.) and his grandfather, Richard, played three seasons of basketball at Syracuse (1958-60) ... His uncle, Rich, played basketball at Fairleigh Dickinson and Green Mountain ... Four cousins played Division I baseball.