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John Biondolillo

John Biondolillo


At Rochester:

  • Number one player on the team for all four years
  • First All-American golfer in Rochester history
  • Helped lead the team to the program’s first-ever national ranking and qualification for the NCAA Golf Championship and to the team ECAC Championship in 1982
  • Won the individual ECAC Championship and eight other collegiate titles, including the NCAA Putting Competition
  • Finished 13th in the 1983 NCAA Championships and was named to the NCAA All-American Team
  • Won the 1984 Northeast Championships in Syracuse on Graduation Day


  • Has caddied for Arnold Palmer, won numerous amateur golf tournaments, and shot an even par 72 on the Old Course at St. Andrews in Scotland on his 40th birthday
  • Recently had the thrill of making a hole-in-one while golfing with his father and his son
  • Worked in banking for nearly 20 years and since 2003 has owned a real estate company
  • Lives in Vermont with his wife, Marcia, and two children, Sam and Victoria. Sam was a varsity high school golfer who now is a sophomore at Boston College. Victoria is a highly recruited high school senior lacrosse and soccer player. She was also a Junior Olympic Regional champion gymnast
  • His parents, Jack and Vicky Biondolillo still reside in Mendon, New York