Junior Season (2005-06)
Tabbed a third-team All-American by Golfweek, becoming UAB's third All-American in school history (Graeme McDowell and Paul Dickinson) ... also tabbed first-team All-Conference USA and PING All- Southeast Region ... was ranked as high as No. 2 in the nation, and finished the campaign ranked 29th among Division I golfers ... captured two individual titles during the year, the first two of his career ... led squad to a school 54-hole mark of 842, by capturing the Jerry Pate National medalist honor with an impressive 16-under par 197 (62-65-69) ... his 197 tied former UAB great Graeme McDowell for a school record and was the second sub-200 mark in school history ... his opening-round of 62 in the event set a new 18-hole mark for UAB, besting McDowell's 63 ... also captured the Western Carolina Intercollegiate, carding a 6-under par 136 (65-71) ... completed stellar season by earning an individual NCAA Regional invitation; however, could not compete due to wrist injury ... injured the wrist at October's Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate and played with the injury - a pair of torn ligaments - the duration of the season ... named the Conference USA Men's Golfer of the Week on two separate occasions for his performances at the Jerry Pate and the WCU Invitational ... placed in a tie for fifth overall at Conference USA Championships for second consecutive season ... carded a 212 (69-72-71) at the C-USA Championships ... finished season with five top-10 finishes, 15 rounds at or under par and a team-best 72.24 per round average.
Sophomore Season (2004-05)
Second Team All-Conference USA selection after stellar second year for UAB ... placed fifth and was named to the all-tournament team at the 2005 C-USA Championships ... team's leading golfer in three events total and three of its last four ... notched a 73.19 scoring average for 27 rounds with eight rounds at or under par for the year ... competed in nine of the 10 events ... fired rounds of 69 at both the Jerry Pate Intercollegiate and the University Club Intercollegiate ... turned in season-best round of 68 in first round of the Conference USA Championships where he also tied his career-low 54-hole performance with a 214 ... other best 54-hole finish came at the Jerry Pate Intercollegiate where he fired 74-71-69 to finish one-over-par for the event and tied for 34th ... finished second in the Southern Amateur in the summer of 2005 ... played on the U.S. side in the Porter Cup, finishing 11th.
Freshman Season (2003-04)
Led all freshmen by competing in nine tournaments for UAB ... had best finish of career with a third-place showing at the Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate with career-low score of four-under 138 (66-72) ... shot a 66 in the opening round of the Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate which was the second-lowest score shot by a UAB player in the fall season and second lowest during the entire season ... led all UAB freshmen tied for fourth on team in rounds played with 25 ... was second on team with three eagles ... also finished fifth on team with 67 birdies ... won the Alabama State Match Play Championship in the summer of 2004.
Attended Mountain Brook High School in metro-Birmingham ... competed at the U.S Open Qualifier and shot a one-under 70 which was just two strokes off the qualifying mark for the U.S. Open ... also played football and baseball ... was a quarterback for Mountain Brook and guided his team to 13-1 record and an appearance in the 6A semifinals.
Full name is Dalton Garrett Osborn ... born Nov. 11, 1984 ... son of Mark and Leigh Ellen Osborn ... intended major is Communications ... has two older brothers, Payton and Buster, and a younger sister, Lynn Ellen ... older brother Payton Osborn, was an all-conference player and member of two UAB NCAA tournament teams in 2000 and 2001.