Played the PGA TOUR full-time from 1992-1999, and best year was 1992 when he finished 70th on the money list, with $220,921. Chosen as the PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year by his peers for his outstanding first-year campaign that season. Claimed his lone PGA TOUR title at the 1992 Chattanooga Classic, a two-stroke victory over Ed Dougherty and Dan Forsman. Trailed by five strokes after three rounds but posted an 8-under 64 Sunday for the win. Also was a regular on the Nationwide Tour in 1997, 2000 and 2001...In 1997, finished second on the money list with $184,997 after a victory at the Inland Empire Open (two-stroke victory over David Jackson), as well as three second-place finishes and three thirds. Was also a winner at the 1990 Utah Open and 1984 Virginia Open. Father, Ben Carnevale, was a long-time basketball coach at Navy and also coached the University of North Carolina to its first national championship basketball game in 1945. Served a brief stint as the tournament director for the Champions Tour's Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn.