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Sebastian Cappelen
Height: 6'0"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Odense, Denmark
High School: Sct. Knuds Gymnasium
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Sebastian Cappelen
Courtesy: Patrick Pierson
Release: 08/12/2013
• First player in program history to be named an All-American all four years.
• Four-time PING All-American.
• Three-time Golfweek All-American.
• Four-time All-SEC honoree, including first team final three years.
• Four-time PING All-Central Region selection.
• 2013 SEC Individual Champion.
• Arkansas’ all-time leader in scoring average (71.9).
• Led Arkansas in scoring average three of four years.
• Owns the top two 54-hole scores and two of the top three single-round scores in program history.
• Second in program history in wins (4) and tied for third with 20 top 10s.
• Carded 75 career rounds at even-par or lower.
• Turned in a counting score in 134 of 144 career rounds.
• Three-time Palmer Cup participant for Team Europe, holding a 3-2-1 singles record and 5-5-2 mark overall.

Cappelen by the Numbers
Tournaments/Team: 49/49
Rounds/Team: 144/144
Low-Man: 21 of 49 tournaments | 59 of 144 rounds
Counting Score: 134 of 144 rounds
Wins: 4
Top 5s: 14
Top 10s: 20
Top 15s: 32
Top 20s: 37
Tournaments Under-Par: 17
Under-Par Rounds: 54
Even-Par Rounds: 21
Eagles: 10
Birdies: 441
Pars: 1,460
Low Round: 64, 2x, last at the SEC Championship (April 27, 2014)
Low 18: 68, 4x, last at the Isleworth Collegiate (Oct. 20, 2013)
Low 18 vs. Par: 68 (-4) at the Isleworth Collegiate (Oct. 20, 2013)
Low 54: 199 at the Border Olympics (Mar. 25-26, 2011)
Low 54 vs. Par: 199 (-17) at the Border Olympics (Mar. 25-26, 2011)*

*-Program Record

Summer of 2013
Represented Team Europe at Wilmington Country Club in Wilmington, Del., in the Palmer Cup for the third straight year … earned a point in a foursome match but had his four-match unbeaten singles streak snapped … finished 1-3 overall …advanced  to the 16-player match play portion of the 111th Western Amateur held at the Alotian Club outside of Little Rock … made the 53-player cut out of the field of 156 players that included 54 of the world’s top 100 by shooting a four-round 69(-3)-72(E)-69(-3)-72(E)/282(-6) to earn the No. 10 seed … defeated No. 7 seed Robbie Shelton IV and No. 2 seed Carlos Ortiz before falling in the semifinals … one of 64 players out of a field of 312 to advance to match play at the 113th U.S. Amateur held at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass. … earned the No. 18 seed in match play, advancing to the second round.

As A Junior (2012-13)
A PING All-America third team selection … became the second player in program history to win the SEC Individual Championship, making up a final round four-shot deficit with a four-under 66 … finished the SEC Championship with a 69(-1)-67(-3)-66(-4)/202(-8) scorecard, good for the best second-best 54-hole score in program history … was the team’s low man all three rounds at the SEC Championship, concluding the tournament by going his final 40 holes without a bogey while shooting eight-under … All-SEC first team selection and a PING All-Central Region choice … finished No. 42 in the final Golfstat Cup standings … led the team in stroke average for the second time in three years at 72.0 … finished with four top 10s and nine top 20s out of 12 events played … team’s low-man in six of 12 events played and 11 of 34 rounds … turned in a counting score 31 times … second on the club with 107 birdies …  finished under-par nine times and even-par in 10 other rounds … produced two under-par tournaments and two more an even-par … had a spring scoring average of 71.2 over 23 rounds, going even-par or lower 15 times … tied for second at the Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational with a 70(E)-67(-3)-75/212 helping the Razorbacks to a 13-stroke victory … started a string of seven top 20s in eight spring tournaments with back-to-back 12th place finishes at the Gator Invitational and John Hayt Collegiate Invitational … tied for fifth at the General Hackler Championship … finished in a tie for 14th at the NCAA Fayetteville Regional after rounds of 72(E)-73-75 … one of just 13 players at the NCAA Championships to shoot even-par or lower in all three rounds of stroke play … produced a 70(E)-67(-3)-70(E)/207(-3) scorecard to tie for 16th place … Winter Break: Won The Patriot All-America Invitational with a birdie on the 18th hole at the Gold Course at The Wingwam in Litchfield Park, Ariz. … erased a three-stroke deficit with a final round 68 to finish at four-under 206 … finished second at the Western Refining College All-America Golf Classic with a three-round score of 13-under par.

Summer of 2012
Helped lead Team Europe to a comeback win on the final day of the Palmer Cup at The Royal County Down Golf Club in Newcastle, Northern Ireland … won his final singles match on a day in which Europe won seven of eight matches … finished 1-0-1 in singles and 1-1-2 overall.

As A Sophomore (2011-12)

One of three players to participate in all 11 tournaments, finishing second on the team with a 72.1 stroke average over 33 rounds … named a PING All-America honorable mention choice and All-Central Region selection … All-SEC first team honoree … ranked No. 67 in the final Golfstat Cup standings … posted four top 10s and eight top 20s, highlighted by a win at the Cabo Collegiate where he shot an eight-under 205 (68-68-69) … had 11 under-par rounds, including five in the 60s, and six others at even-par … finished under-par in three tournaments … was the team’s low-man in two tournaments … produced a counting score in 29 of 33 rounds, including 12 where he was the low-man … carded 114 birdies … earned his second career SEC Player of the Week award on Apr. 11 after a third place finish at The Woodlands All-American in which he shot a seven-under 65 in the second round … won all four matches at the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championships, never making it past the 16th hole ... finished in sole possession of 12th at the NCAA Bowling Green Regional with a score of 73-72(E)-71(1)/216(E) …earned a spot on the Athletic Department Honor Roll (3.0-3.49) for fall semester and Athletic Director’s list (3.5-3.99) for spring semester … Winter Break: Tied for seventh at the Western Refining College All-America Golf Classic with rounds of 72-69(-2)-71(E) … finished in a tie for 41st at The Patriot All-America Invitational.

Summer of 2011

Earned three of Team Europe’s 11 points in his first appearance at the Palmer Cup at the Stanwich Club in Greenwich, Conn. … went 2-0 in singles and 3-1 overall … Europe fell by a slim 13-11 margin.

As A Freshman (2010-11)

Turned in a breakout rookie campaign, earning Golfweek All-America third team and PING All-America honorable mention status … also a PING All-Central Region selection … named to the All-SEC second team and SEC All-Freshman team … ranked No. 31 in the final Golfstat Cup standings, third-best among all freshmen … played in all 13 tournaments, leading the team with a 71.8 stroke average, which still ranks sixth all-time in program single-season history … produced five top 5s, six top 10s and nine top 20s, highlighted by medalist honors at the Seminole Intercollegiate which earned him SEC Player of the Week … shot a three-round five-under 208 (68-71-69) at the Seminole Intercollegiate … produced 15 rounds at under-par, including nine in the 60s … was the team low-man in 18 of 38 rounds and six tournaments, including a streak of four straight in the spring where he was under-par in eight of 12 rounds over that span … finished in the top 5 each time over the four-tournament span in the spring … was under-par in six tournaments … turned in a counting score in 36 of 38 rounds … carded 85 birdies … opened collegiate career by finishing in sole possession of second place at the Gopher Invitational with a 73-67(-5)-72(E)/212(-4) … tied for eighth two tournaments later at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational … tied for second at the John Hayt Invitational with a four-under 212 (69-70-73) … became the first player in program history to break 200 over 54 holes, shooting 17-under par (69-64-66) at the Border Olympics only to finish in second place … team’s top finisher in his first-ever SEC Championship appearance, using rounds of 72-71-72 to tie for 12th overall … tied for 42nd at the NCAA Southeast Regional (71-70-80) and 66th at the NCAA Championships (76-72-78) … earned SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll and SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll recognition ... Athletic Department Honor Roll (3.0-3.49) for spring semester.

High School
National team player for his native Denmark ... played in the WC Juniors in 2008 and European Team Championships in 2009 for the national team ... posted a three-under par score at the Titleist Championship in March of 2010 in Lamanga, Spain ... was 10-under par and set a course record at the Odense Eventyr Golf in July of 2009.


Born April 14, 1990 ... son of Ulrik and Kirsten Cappelen ... has two siblings, Frederik and Caroline ... his father, Ulrik was a national team soccer player for Denmark ... business economics major.

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