Ryan Indovina doesn't care for yesterday. He yearns for what could be.
It doesn't seem to bother him that he's a 28-year-old incoming senior at Cal State Dominguez Hills.
He doesn't want to stop short of his goals. He doesn't want to stop playing golf.
The former Orange Coast College golfer could maybe stop and think what could've been. He had earned a roster spot to play on the basketball team at Illinois for Coach Bill Self. But he doesn't want to think about what-ifs, only what could be.
"I'm a little old to play Division II golf, but I love it," said Indovina, who received honorable mention in NCAA Division II PING All-American voting last season. "Why not do something I love? I can play golf and have a degree when I'm done. I want to own my own company some day. Golf is just going to be a release in my life. That's what I use it for, as therapy."