Fall 2010 (Senior): Zaremba competed in all five fall events for the Cowboys with his best finish coming at the Air Force Falcon Invite. At that tournament he placed in a tie for 29th with a three round score of 225 (+9). Zaremba recorded two under-par rounds during the fall with his best round of 70 (-2) coming at the Colorado Invitational. He has finished in the top-25 of an event seven times in his career. Zaremba has competed in all 41 events for the Cowboys during his four year career.
2009-10 (Junior): Zaremba had an up-and-down junior season that was highlighted by finishing in the top 10 in two different events. He placed in the top-25 in four of five fall tournaments, but recorded just one top-25 finish in the spring. His best finish on the season came at the Air Force Falcon Invite, when his three round score of 214 (-2) earned him a tie for ninth place. Zaremba's next best finish came in the UW Desert Intercollegiate where he tied for 10th place (total score). In UW's other host event, the Cowboy Classic, he placed in a tie for 12th with a three round total of 213 (+3). He also finished under par in the Long Beach Del Walker Invite, where he tied for 21st with a 209 (-1). During the '09-10 season he carried the Cowboys second best stroke average at 73.73. Zaremba shot par or better in nine of his 33 rounds during the season. Along with teammates Henzlik and Maier, he earned a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-American Scholar honor from the Golf Coaches Association of America. For the third consecutive season Zaremba was named Academic All-MWC for his play last season.
2008-09 (Sophomore): Zaremba was the most consistent player for the Cowboys during the 2008-09 season, holding UW's best stroke average at 74.75. He achieved his highest career finish during the first tournament of the fall, placing fourth in the Air Force Falcon Invite. He shot rounds of 71, 72 and 67 for a three-round total of 210 (-6). His second round 67 (-5) is his best career round as well as a tie for the fifth best round in Wyoming history. He also scored well in the San Diego State Sycuan Invite and finished the three-round event at even par, 216. He shot par or better in nine rounds during his sophomore season. He also continued to be an exceptional student and was named Academic All-Mountain West Conference for the second consecutive year.
2007-08 (Freshman): Zaremba was highly heralded coming into the Wyoming program as a freshman after he qualified in the summer of 2007 for the most prestigious amateur tournament in the country, the U.S. Amateur Championship. As a freshman at UW, Zaremba played in all 13 events and finished under par in two different tournaments. Zaremba had a season best sixth place finish at the Purple & Red Invite, shooting 141 (-3) over 36 holes, but recorded his lowest score at the Turtle Bay Invite where he finished at 212 (-4). At that event, he shot a final round of 68 (-4), his lowest of the season, and helped the Cowboys record the third-best team round in school history, 278 (-10), and the third-best team event total at UW, 859 (-5). On the season, Zaremba shot par or below seven different times. He was an Academic All-MWC selection.
High School: Zaremba won the 2006 Colorado 4A state championship as a senior at Pueblo West High School. He shot 73, 65 at the state tournament and took medalist honors by three strokes. On the road to his state title, Zach also won Regional and Conference championships, as well as All-State recognition. He led his team to Regional and Conference championships, and a second place finish at the state tournament. In 2005, Zaremba placed ninth individually at state. He was an excellent student who ranked in the top 20 of his class and was named three times to the Academic All-State First Team. In the summer of 2006 he placed first with a round of 70 at a CGA Pub Links event. His state championship earned Zaremba attention from several other schools, but he chose to attend Wyoming over Colorado State and Liberty University.
Personal: Zach is the only child of Mike and Susan Zaremba. He was born on May 31, 1988 in Pueblo. His father Mike played basketball and golf at CSU-Pueblo. Zach is majoring in business administration.