|Hometown:||Mill Creek, Wash.|
|High School:||Jackson HS|
2016-17: First Team All-WAC selection... competed in nine tournaments and 27 total rounds... average score of 72.38 for the season... had five top-15 individual finishes... placed second overall at the 2017 WAC Championship... shot a three-round one-under 212... also placed seventh at the Visit Stockton Pacific Invite (Oct. 27-29), 10th at the El Macero Classic (Apr. 13-14), 12th at the SU Invite Presented by OGIO (Apr. 3-4) and 14th at the Bill Cullum Invitational (Oct. 16-18)... seven total rounds of par or under... low round of the season was a four-under 67 at the Itani Quality Homes Collegiate (Sept. 12-13)... toed for 56th at the NCAA Washington Regional with a three-round 229 (78-78-73)...
2015-16: Qualified for the U.S. Amateur championship... competed in 11 tournaments and 33 total rounds... average stroke total was 75... had four top 20 individual finishes, including three straight to end the season... placed in a tie for 17th at the Bill Cullum Invitational (Oct. 19-20) with a three-round score of 214 (72-70-72)... placed a season-best 10th at the SU Invite Presented by OGIO (Apr. 4-5) by shooting a 227 (76-78-73)... tied for 14th at the El Macero Classic (Apr. 15-17) with a 222 (80-72-70)... tied for 13th at the WAC Championships with a 222 (73-79-70)... low round of the season was a 70, which he shot five times, four of which times it was good for two-under...
2014-15: Tied for 12th at WAC Men's Golf Championship (4/20-4/22) at 220 (74-75-71) … Tied for 15th at Seattle University Redhawk Invite (4/06-4/07) at 223 (72-77-74) … Tied for 51st at 2015 Desert Shootout (3/19-3/21) at 220 (74-71-75) … Tied for 28th at Sacramento State Intercollegiate (3/09-3/10) at 224 (80-70-74) … Tied for 37th at Folino Invitational (2/16-2/17) at 233 (80-79-74) ... Tied for 42nd at Barona Collegiate Cup (2/9-2/10) at 221 (74-74-73) ... Tied for 84th at Arizona Intercollegiate (1/25-1/27) at 237 (80-77-80) ... Finished 1st at Hawk and Bulldog Individual (1/18-1/19) at 139 (71-68) ... Tied for 14th at the Gergetwon Intercollegiate (10/20-10/21) at 146 (75-71) ... Tied for 11th at the OGIO Utah Invitational (10/06-10/07) with 215 (73-72-70) ... Tied for 11th at the Mark Simpson Colorado Invitational (9/29-9/30) with a score of 142 (69-73) ... Tied for 51st at the Kikkor Golf Husky Invitational (9/22-9/23) at 230 (79-73-78)
2013-14: Finished in tie for 17th place at WAC Championships at 223 (71-76-76) ... Tied for 34th place at El Macero Classic at 227 (75-73-79) ... Finished in tie for 29th place at Redhawk Invitational at 218 (68-75-75), earning WAC Player of the Week honors ... Tied for 48th place at Lamkin Grip San Diego Classic at 230 (75-76-79) ... Tied for 77th place at Price's Give 'Em Five Invitational at 231 (76-74-81) ... Tied for 10th at two under par at the Bill Cullum Invitational with a score of 214 (73-69-72) ... Placed 53rd at the Cabo del Sol Intercollegiate with a score of 237 (87-74-76) ... Finished the Dash Thomas Memorial in a tie for 11th with a cumulative score of 213 (72-72-69) ... Finished in a tie for 58th place at the Itani Quality Homes Collegiate after shooting 224 (76-71-77).
High School: Cornett graduated from Henry M. Jackson High School in Mill Creek, Washington, where he qualified for Districts and State his freshman through junior years. Cornett was the 4A State Champion in 2012 (his junior year). That same year, he also was named All-Wesco First Team. In 2012, Cornett was also named Athlete if the Week through the Everett Herald and was Team Captain of his high school team. Cornett golfed in the Northwest Junior Golf Tour 2012, was the Seattle Junior Open Champion, the Snohomish County Amateur Junior Champion, and was an alternate for the United States Amateur. Cornett was the 2012 WIAA 4A State Champion, and was the 2012 Bill Egbers Memorial Champion. Cornett represented team Washington at Hogan Cup 2012.
Personal: Full name Kyle Nathaniel Cornett. Cornett was born in Edmonds, Washington, and his parents are Rochelle and Ken Cornett and also has two older brothers, Joshua and Jacob. In high school, he was a Congress Member, Senate Member, and House of Representative Member.