|High School:||University Hill Secondary|
Junior Season: Appeared in eight tournaments while playing in 18 rounds as a junior – finished with an average score of 79.83 – finished a year’s best tied for 24th at the Charger Spring Classic, shooting rounds of 80 and 81 for a 161 – also finished tied for 25th at the CACC Championship with like rounds of 79 for a 158 – low round of the year came in the second round of the Nova Southeastern Shark Invitational, shooting a 75.
Sophomore Season: Appeared in eight tournament while playing in 20 rounds as a sophomore – had a low round of 72 (E) at the St. Thomas Aquinas College Spring Invitational, finishing in a tie for ninth overall with a 72-77 – shot a 79-77-77 for a 233 (+17) at the NCAA Division II Atlantic/East Super Regional, placing in a tie for 68th overall.
Freshman Season: Appeared in eight tournaments as a freshman, playing in 20 rounds – held a 77.47 scoring average, going 5.80 against the par – Shot a 73 (+3) at the Griffin Fall invitational to finish second overall at the Inniscronne Golf Club – shot a 72 in the first round of the Jay Jennison Cup hosted by Flagler College, finishing in a tie for 51st overall – finished third in a head-to-head with Concord College, shooting a 74 (+2) at The Resort At Glade Springs.
High School: Played soccer and golf at University Hill Secondary School – finished second at the MJT Season Opener by shooting a second round 69 – member of Team Canada at the 2015 Euro Junior Cup, going 2-0-1 in match play in helping Team Canada retain the Cup - finished T30th at the British Columbia Junior Boys Championship – honor roll student.
Personal: Matthew Mosao Kettleson – son of Lorna Nishimura and Chris Kettleson – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University – from Vancouver, B.C. – also enjoys soccer and fishing – if he could be anything besides a professional athlete, he would want to be an architect – if he could be someone else for a day, he would want to be Tiger Woods – favorite professional sports team is the San Jose Sharks – if he could be a head coach for a day, he would want to coach Chelsea FC.