Cowboys Finished the Tournament in 12th place
Wyoming Is In 10th Place After Two Rounds
Cowboys shoot second-lowest score of final round with 284 (-4)
Eddie Stewart leads the Cowboys with a score of 145 (+1) after two rounds
Kamrin Allen won his first individual championship as he shot a 67 (-5) in the final round
2012-13 (Junior): Baylon had an outstanding first season with the Cowboys carrying the second-best stroke average on the team of 74.93 and tying for the most top-25 finishes of the season with four. Baylon was the Pokes highest finisher at the Mountain West Championship finishing tied for 24th place with a final score of 223 (+10). His best finish of the season came one tournament prior to the conference championship at the PING Cougar Classic. He fired his best three-round score of the season carding an even-par 216, with his career best round as a Cowboy of 69 (-3), to finish tied for 14th place. At the Wyoming Cowboy Classic he recorded the first of his three-consecutive top-25 finishes in the spring tying for 25th place with a two-round total of 147 (+7). At that event he shot an even-par 70 for his third round of par or better during the spring. His second-best finish of the season came during the fall while he helped his team to its first tournament title in 12 years at the Battle in the Tetons. He finished that event tied for 15th firing a three-round score of 221 (+6). At the Air Force Gene Miranda Invite and the Ram Masters Invite, he recorded two other top-50 finishes. At the Gene Miranda Invite, Baylon finished tied for 44th with a score of 224 (+8). At the Ram Masters Invite, Baylon improved three places finishing tied for 41st place with a final score of 224 (+14). On the season he fired six rounds of par or better, including three under-par rounds.
2010-11 (Paradise Valley Community College): Baylon played his first two years of college golf at Paradise Valley Community College in Phoenix. In 2011, he earned first team all-region honors. He also finished second at the regional tournament.
High School: Baylon played high school golf for head coach Preston Colao at Notre Dame Preparatory in Phoenix. While at Notre Dame Prep he played on back-to-back state championship teams in 2008 and 2009. He also excelled in the classroom and was a member of National Honor Society.
Personal: Baylon was born on July 21, 1990, in Phoenix. He is the son of Romeo and Maria. He has an older brother, Bryan and younger sister, Nikki. He plans to major in sociology at UW.