Brayden Eriksen
 Brayden Eriksen

Qualicum Beach, BC, Canada

High School:
Kwalikum HS





UVU student-athletes, community honored at Wolverine Club Awards

Retired senior associate athletic director D.J. Smith was recognized with a special presentation and the Michael V. Jacobsen Bronze Wolverine Award.


Four student-athletes honored as Perry Homes Scholar Athletes

Baseball's Andrew Freter along with softball's Josi Summers and golf's Brayden Eriksen and Heather Mathison were all recognized.


Eriksen tabbed WAC men's golfer of the week

It is the second weekly honor for the Wolverines this spring.


Wolverines, Eriksen come away in second at Jackrabbit Invitational

UVU ties a program record with six top-5 finishes this year.


UVU trails only UNLV after Monday's opening rounds

At six-under after two rounds, junior Brayden Eriksen is tied for first.

At Utah Valley ...
Sophomore (2012-13):
Competed in all 10 tournaments for UVU, finishing with a 76.55 scoring average ... recorded his best finish at the America Sky Conference Championship, going 68-78-73--219 (+3) to finish in a tie for 11th ... 68 was his low round of the year, the second lowest by a Wolverine all season, and gave him the outright lead after the first round at the ASC Championship ... recorded a top-30 finish at the BSU Dash Thomas Memorial, shooting 76-73-69--218 (+5) ... had five rounds of par of better ... led the squad in putting average at 29.72 putts per round ... was tied for second on the team with four eagles ... also ranked second on the team in total birdies with 68.

Freshman (2011-12): Shot a school-record 65 in the first round of the Braveheart Classic...Had back-to-back top 4 finishes with a second-place finish at the Braveheart Classic (65-73-73) and fourth at the America Sky Conference tournament (76-70-78).

Before Utah Valley
Was Kwalikum High's MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior...Won four individual titles...Team finished second at the High School Provincial Champions two seasons in a row...Named his high school's most inspirational athlete...Recognized for outstanding academic achievement...Placed T153 at the 2010 Callaway World Junior Golf Championships...A member of the Provincial and National Teams at both the Eddie Hogan Cup in Oregon and the ABIJC in Guangzhou, China...Qualified for the Canadian Junior National Championships in 2010 and 2011...Recorded two Top 10 FCWT finishes.

Born Nov. 30, 1993...Son of Shelley Melissa and Kevin Eriksen...Plans to major in international business...stepfather Gord Melissa is a club professional and has been his swing coach for the last five years...Also recruited by the University of Denver and University of British Columbia.