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Oregon Golf •

HISTORY

Leigh Hornung, Oregon’s first NCAA qualifier (1992)

Paula Patterson, Oregon’s first All-American (1997)

Oregon Golf Coaches

Scott Krieger Renee Baumgartner 1987-87 1987-93, 1995-00

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Lara Tennant Shannon Rouillard 1993-95 2000-2008

Ria Scott 2009-present

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Oregon Golf Career Scoring Average Name Rounds Kendra Little 134 Cathryn Bristow 118 Jerilyn White 112 Ashley Edwards 95 Cheyenne Hickle 70 Paula Patterson 108 Shannon Hare 69 Kim McCready 91 Pam Sowden 121 Johnna Nealy 119 Anika Heuser 99 Karen Bristow 106 Karly Mills 69 Felicia Eastick 90 Erica Omlid 96

Career Wins

Name Kendra Little Anika Heuser Cathryn Bristow Kylie Wilson Karen Bristow Pam Sowden Cappy Mack Erica Omlid Felicia Eastick Kim McCready Michelle Timpani Erin Andrews Paula Patterson Jerilyn White

74.62 75.30 76.04 76.07 76.21 76.55 77.00 76.44 77.16 76.97 77.47 77.52 78.00 77.42 77.58 Trants 45 35 41 44 38 43 12 32 32 32 34 38 39 41

Career Rounds Played Score Vs. Avg. Par Career 2.78 08,09,10,11 3.50 06,07,08,09 4.05 98,99,00,01 4.18 09,10,11,12 4.23 10,11,12 4.32 95,96,97,98 4.62 94,95 4.64 04,05,06,07 5.11 97,98,99,00 5.11 02,03,04,05 5.34 97,98,00 5.35 96,97,98,99 5.62 94,95 5.63 07,08,09,10 5.70 08,09,10,11 Wins Years 4 08,09,10,11 3 97,98,00 3 06,07,08,09 3 96,97,98,00 2 96,97,98,99 2 97,98,99,00 1 94 1 08,09,10,11 1 07,08,09,10 1 04,05,06,07 1 03,04,05,06 1 03,04,05,06 1 95,96,97,98 1 98,99,00,01

Career Par or Better Rounds Name Kendra Little Cathryn Bristow Paula Patterson Jerilyn White Kim McCready Ashley Edwards Cheyenne Hickle Cassy Isagawa Therese Wenslow Karen Bristow Johnna Nealy Shannon Hare Pam Sowden Karly Mills Anika Heuser Kate Hildahl Kylie Wilson

Rds 134 118 108 112 91 95 70 12 104 106 119 69 121 69 99 109 123

Par or Less Years 40 08,09,10,11 22 06,07,08,09 18 95,96,97,98 15 98,99,00,01 12 04,05,06,07 12 09,10,11,12 10 10,11,12 9 12 9 03,04,06,07 9 96,97,98,99 9 02,03,04,05 8 94,95 8 97,98,99,00 7 94,95 7 97,98,00 7 07,08,09,10 7 96,97,98,00

Oregon Records Team Tournament Score (3 rounds) 848 (-4) Stanford Intercollegiate (p71), 10/1416/11 869 (+5) UNLV Spring Rebel Inv. (p72), 3/1012/08 Top Individual Tournament Score (3 rounds) 209 (-12) Kendra Little (p73, 73-68-68), 9/19-20/09 208 (-8) Cathryn Bristow (p72 69-69-70), 3/10-12/08 211 (-8) Erica Omlid (p73 70-72-69), 9/13-14/10 204 (-8) Cassy Isagawa (p71 67-67-70), 10/14-16/11 Top Individual Rounds 65 (-7) Cathryn Bristow, 4/8/08 (p72) 67 (-5) Kendra Little, 3/25/08 (p72)

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Name Kendra Little Kylie Wilson Pam Sowden Johnna Nealy Cathryn Bristow Jerilyn White Kate Hildahl Erin Andrews Paula Patterson Karen Bristow Therese Wenslow Anika Heuser Michelle Timpani Erica Omlid Ashley Edwards

Rounds Career 134 08,09,10,11 123 96,97,98,00 121 97,98,99,00 119 02,03,04,05 118 06,07,08,09 112 98,99,00,01 109 07,08,09,10 109 03,04,05,06 108 95,96,97,98 106 96,97,98,99 104 03,04,06,07 99 97,98,00 97 03,04,05,06 96 08,09,10,11 95 09,10,11,12

Career Finish Percentage Paula Patterson Jerilyn White Kendra Little Cathryn Bristow Shannon Hare Pam Sowden Anika Heuser Karen Bristow Christel Tomori Kimberly McCready Karly Mills Cheyenne Hickle Kylie Wilson Johnna Nealy Ashley Edwards

3174 3511 3833 3484 1906 3691 3083 3054 2463 2622 1906 1956 3723 3369 2755

77.9% 95,96,97,98 75.6% 98,99,00,01 74.5% 08,09,10,11 73.3% 06,07,08,09 73.1% 94,95 66.3% 97,98,99,00 66.2% 97,98,00 66.1% 96,97,98,99 64.8% 94,95,96 64.6% 04,05,06,07 64.2% 94,95 63.5% 10,11,12 63.3% 96,97,98,00 59.4% 02,03,04,05 58.1% 09,10,11,12

• RECORDS

Season Scoring Average (vs. par) Season Name 2010-11 Erica Omlid 2010-11 Kendra Little 2009-10 Kendra Little 2008-09 Kendra Little 2007-08 Cathryn Bristow 2007-08 Kendra Little 2008-09 Cathryn Bristow 2010-11 Ashley Edwards 1996-97 Paula Patterson 2000-01 Jerilyn White 2004-05 Johnna Nealy 1999-00 Jerilyn White 2005-06 Cathryn Bristow 1997-98 Paula Patterson 2006-07 Kim McCready

Rnds Avg. 24 74.75 33 74.70 35 74.69 30 74.57 36 74.50 36 74.53 31 74.87 30 75.20 34 75.65 32 75.38 36 75.00 34 75.35 25 75.44 37 75.89 19 75.74

Vs Par 2.62 2.70 2.71 2.77 2.92 2.94 3.06 3.20 3.29 3.31 3.50 3.50 3.56 3.73 3.74

Season National Rating Season 1996-97 1994-95 1999-00 1993-94 1997-98 2000-01 1993-94 1993-94 1995-96 1996-97

Name Paula Patterson Shannon Hare Jerilyn White Karly Mills Paula Patterson Jerilyn White Cappy Mack Shannon Hare Christel Tomori Kylie Wilson

Rnds Rating 34 14 33 33 34 38 36 44 37 45 32 46 36 47 36 51 32 53 34 55

Career Counting Scores Name Kendra Little Cathryn Bristow Johnna Nealy Jerilyn White Kylie Wilson Pam Sowden Paula Patterson Erin Andrews Therese Wenslow Karen Bristow Ashley Edwards Felicia Eastick Kim McCready Anika Heuser Kate Hildahl

Counters Pct. Career 124 92.5% 08,09,10,11 109 95.6% 06,07,08,09 108 95.6% 02,03,04,05 102 95.3% 98,99,00,01 102 85.0% 96,97,98,00 97 82.2% 97,98,99,00 96 96.0% 95,96,97,98 95 87.2% 03,04,05,06 87 85.3% 03,04,06,07 86 83.5% 96,97,98,99 82 86.3% 09,10,11,12 79 87.8% 07,08,09,10 77 86.5% 04,05,06,07 77 79.4% 97,98,00 74 76.3% 07,08,09,10

Cathryn Bristow 2009 NCAA Championships Qualifier

Freshman 67 Kendra Little, 3/25/08 (p72) 67x2 Cassy Isagawa, 10/14-15 (p71) Sophomore 69 Kendra Little, 9/22/08 (p72) Felicia Eastick, 10/9/07 (p72) Jerilyn White, 4/25/99 Junior 65 Cathyrn Bristow, 4/8/08 (p72) Senior 67 Kim McCready, 10/22/06 (p71) 68 Cathryn Bristow, 3/11/09 (p72) 68 Kate Hildahl, 4/21/10 (p72) 68 Kendra Little, 9/13/10 (p72) 69 Erica Omlid, 9/14/10 (p73)

Kendra Little 2008, ‘09, ‘10 All-Pac-10 Second Team Selection

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RECORDS

Paula Patterson Pam Sowden Johnna Nealy Pam Sowden Cathryn Bristow Kylie Wilson

Season Wins Season 2005-06 1998-99 2009-10 1999-00 1996-97 1996-97 2006-07 2010-11 2008-09 2003-04 2003-04 1995-96 2007-08 1997-98 2007-08 2007-08 2000-01 1999-00 1993-94

Name Cathryn Bristow Karen Bristow Kendra Little Pam Sowden Kylie Wilson Anika Heuser Kim McCready Erica Omlid Kendra Little Michelle Timpani Erin Andrews Paula Patterson Felicia Eastick Anika Heuser Kendra Little Cathryn Bristow Jerilyn White Kylie Wilson Cappy Mack

26 23 36 34 36 37

55 57 60 64 67 67

Rnds Wins 9 2 10 2 12 2 12 2 12 2 12 2 7 1 8 1 10 1 10 1 10 1 10 1 11 1 11 1 12 1 12 1 12 1 12 1 12 1

Season Par or Better Rounds Season Name 2009-10 Kendra Little 2007-08 Kendra Little 2010-11 Kendra Little 2007-08 Cathryn Bristow 2011-12 Cassy Isagawa 1996-97 Paula Patterson 2010-11 Ashley Edwards 2008-09 Kendra Little 1997-98 Paula Patterson 2006-07 Kim McCready 2000-01 Jerilyn White 2002-03 Therese Wenslow 2008-09 Cathryn Bristow 1994-95 Shannon Hare 1993-94 Karly Mills

Season Rounds Played Season 1997-98 1997-98 2007-08 2007-08 2004-05 1993-94 1993-94 1993-94 2009-10 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1997-98 1996-97 1996-97 1996-97 1996-97

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Name Paula Patterson Kylie Wilson Kendra Little Cathryn Bristow Johnna Nealy Shannon Hare Karly Mills Cappy Mack Kendra Little Pam Sowden Kylie Wilson Jerilyn White Anika Heuser Angie Rizzo Pam Sowden Paula Patterson Kylie Wilson Karen Bristow Anika Heuser

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Rnds Par or Less 35 12 36 11 33 10 36 10 12 9 34 8 30 7 30 7 37 7 19 6 32 6 30 5 31 5 33 5 36 5

Rounds 37 37 36 36 36 36 36 36 35 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34

Season Finish Percentage Season 1996-97 1999-00 1994-95 2007-08 1996-97 1997-98 2007-08 2000-01 2009-10 2010-11 2008-09 1996-97 1997-98 1996-97

Name Paula Patterson Jerilyn White Shannon Hare Kendra Little Kylie Wilson Paula Patterson Cathryn Bristow Jerilyn White Kendra Little Erica Omlid Cathryn Bristow Karen Bristow Kylie Wilson Pam Sowden

Opp. Finish Pct. 1021 90.5% 1123 81.4% 904 80.3% 966 78.9% 1021 78.1% 1080 77.9% 966 77.7% 1043 76.9% 1021 76.4% 656 74.5% 957 73.8% 1021 73.7% 1080 73.4% 686 73.2%

Season Counting Scores Season 1997-98 2009-10 2007-08 1997-98 1999-00 1994-95 1996-97 2007-08 1993-94 2004-05 2000-01 1999-00 1996-97 2004-05 2000-01 2007-08 1999-00

Name Kylie Wilson Kendra Little Cathryn Bristow Paula Patterson Jerilyn White Shannon Hare Paula Patterson Kendra Little Shannon Hare Johnna Nealy Jerilyn White Pam Sowden Kylie Wilson Kim McCready Kathy Cho Felicia Eastick Angie Rizzo

Counters/Pct. 36 97.3% 35 100.0% 35 97.2% 35 94.6% 34 100.0% 33 100.0% 33 97.1% 33 91.7% 33 91.7% 32 100.0% 32 100.0% 32 94.1% 32 94.1% 31 96.9% 31 96.9% 31 93.9% 31 91.2%

Season Team Wins

Season Coach Tnmt Wins 1996-97 Renee Baumgartner 12 4 1999-00 Renee Baumgartner 12 3 2003-04 Shannon Rouillard 10 2 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott 11 2 1998-99 Renee Baumgartner 11 2 2005-06 Shannon Rouillard 9 1 2006-07 Shannon Rouillard 10 1 2009-10 Ria Quiazon 12 1 2007-08 Shannon Rouillard 12 1 1995-96 Renee Baumgartner 12 1 1993-94 Lara Mack 12 1

Season Team Par or Better Rounds Season Coach Rds 2011-12 Ria Quiazon Scott 12 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott 33 2008-09 Meredith Jones 30 1998-99 Renee Baumgartner 30 2007-08 Shannon Rouillard 36

Par or Less 2 2 1 1 1

Season Team Scoring Average Season Coach Rnd Fall 2011 Ria Quiazon Scott 12 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott 33 2008-09 Meredith Jones 30 2007-08 Shannon Rouillard 36 1997-98 Renee Baumgartner 37 1996-97 Renee Baumgartner 34 2009-10 Ria Quiazon 35 1999-00 Renee Baumgartner 34 2005-06 Shannon Rouillard 25 2003-04 Shannon Rouillard 28 2004-05 Shannon Rouillard 32 1993-94 Lara Mack 36 1994-95 Lara Mack 33 1998-99 Renee Baumgartner 30

Avg. vs. Par 295.8 8.83 299.64 11.64 300.97 13.77 301.78 15.44 304.70 16.05 305.85 16.44 304.46 16.57 304.15 16.74 305.52 18.00 306.11 18.25 304.84 18.59 309.39 19.72 309.36 20.03 308.83 21.23

Johnna Nealy 2005 NCAA Championships Qualifier

Season National GolfStat Rating

Season Coach Rnds Rating 1996-97 Renee Baumgartner 34 5 1993-94 Lara Mack 36 12 1997-98 Renee Baumgartner 37 14 1999-00 Renee Baumgartner 34 15 1994-95 Lara Mack 33 18 1998-99 Renee Baumgartner 30 27 1995-96 Renee Baumgartner 32 29 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott 33 30 2008-09 Meredith Jones 30 31 2003-04 Shannon Rouillard 28 32 2007-08 Shannon Rouillard 36 33 2004-05 Shannon Rouillard 32 40 2005-06 Shannon Rouillard 25 46 2000-01 Shannon Rouillard 32 46 2009-10 Ria Quiazon 35 61

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Oregon Golf Low Round

Season Name 2007-08 Cathryn Bristow 2011-12 Cassy Isagawa 2011-12 Cassy Isagawa 2009-10 Kendra Little 2007-08 Kendra Little 2006-07 Kim McCready 2010-11 Ashley Edwards 2010-11 Kendra Little 2010-11 Kendra Little 2010-11 Kendra Little 2009-10 Kate Hildahl 2009-10 Kendra Little 2009-10 Kendra Little 2008-09 Cathryn Bristow 2000-01 Jerilyn White 1999-00 Pam Sowden 1997-98 Paula Patterson 1996-97 Paula Patterson

Low Round vs Par

Season Name 2007-08 Cathryn Bristow 2009-10 Kendra Little 2007-08 Kendra Little 2009-10 Kendra Little 2009-10 Kendra Little 2011-12 Cassy Isagawa 2011-12 Cassy Isagawa 2006-07 Kim McCready 2010-11 Ashley Edwards 2010-11 Kendra Little 2010-11 Kendra Little 2009-10 Kate Hildahl 2008-09 Cathryn Bristow 2000-01 Jerilyn White 1997-98 Paula Patterson 1996-97 Paula Patterson 2010-11 Erica Omlid 2010-11 Kendra Little 2010-11 Raphaela Dyer 2009-10 Kendra Little 2008-09 Cathryn Bristow 2008-09 Kendra Little 2007-08 Cathryn Bristow 2007-08 Cathryn Bristow 2007-08 Felicia Eastick 2007-08 Kendra Little 2004-05 Kim McCready 2002-03 Johnna Nealy 2002-03 Therese Wenslow 2000-01 Jerilyn White 1998-99 Jerilyn White 2010-11 Erica Omlid 1998-99 Karen Bristow

Tournament Rnd Score Indiana Invitational 3 65 Stanford Intercollegiate 1 67 Stanford Intercollegiate 2 67 NCAA Championship 4 67 UNLV Spring Rebel Invi. 3 67 Stanford Intercollegiate 3 67 Pacific Coast Intercollegiate 3 68 PAC 10-SEC Challenge 3 68 Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic 1 68 Pac-10 Championships 3 68 Pac-10 Championships 3 68 Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire 2 68 Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire 3 68 UNLV Spring Rebel Inv. 3 68 Peg Barnard Collegiate 2 68 Nittany Lion Invit. 2 68 NCAA Championships 4 68 NCAA West Regional 3 68 Tournament Rnd Score vs Par Indiana Invitational 3 65 -7 NCAA Championship 4 67 -5 UNLV Spring Rebel Inv. 3 67 -5 Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire 2 68 -5 Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire 3 68 -5 Stanford Intercollegiate 1 67 -4 Stanford Intercollegiate 2 67 -4 Stanford Intercollegiate 3 67 -4 Pacific Coast Intercollegiate 3 68 -4 Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic 1 68 -4 Pac-10 Championships 3 68 -4 Pac-10 Championships 3 68 -4 UNLV Spring Rebel Inv. 3 68 -4 Peg Barnard Collegiate 2 68 -4 NCAA Championships 4 68 -4 NCAA West Regional 3 68 -4 Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire 3 69 -4 Pac 10/SEC Challenge 3 68 -3 Las Vegas Collegiate Showdn. 3 69 -3 Giustina Memorial Classic 2 69 -3 NCAA West Regional 3 69 -3 Giustina Memorial Classic 1 69 -3 UNLV Spring Rebel Inv. 1 69 -3 UNLV Spring Rebel Inv. 2 69 -3 Giustina Memorial Classic 2 69 -3 Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational 2 69 -3 Oregon Duck Invitational 2 69 -3 SJSU Spartan Invitational 1 69 -3 Oregon State Shanico Inv. 2 69 -3 Arizona Invitational 2 69 -3 Pac-10 Championships 3 69 -3 Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire 1 70 -3 Stanford Intercollegiate 3 70 -3

Low Tournament Score (vs Par) 2009-10 Kendra Little 2011-12 Cassy Isagawa 2007-08 Cathryn Bristow 2010-11 Erica Omlid 2010-11 Raphaela Dyer 2007-08 Kendra Little 1996-97 Paula Patterson 2006-07 Kim McCready 2010-11 Kendra Little 2009-10 Kendra Little 2007-08 Kendra Little 2011-12 Cassy Isagawa 2008-09 Cathryn Bristow 2008-09 Kendra Little 2007-08 Cathryn Bristow 2011-12 Cali Hipp 1994-95 Karly Mills 1999-00 Pam Sowden 2011-12 Cheyenne Hickle 2010-11 Kendra Little

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Branch Law Firm/D. McGuire 207 -12 Stanford Intercollegiate 204 -9 UNLV Spring Rebel Inv. 208 -8 Branch Law Firm/D. McGuire 211 -8 Las Vegas Collegiate Show. 213 -3 UNLV Spring Rebel Inv. 213 -3 NCAA West Regional 213 -3 Stanford Intercollegiate 211 -2 Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic 214 -2 Giustina Memorial Classic 214 -2 Oregon Duck Invitational 214 -2 Edean Ihlanfeldt Inv. 215 -1 NCAA West Regional 215 -1 Giustina Memorial Classic 215 -1 Indiana Invitational 215 -1 Stanford Intercollegiate 213 E Pac-10 Championships 216 E Nittany Lion Invitational 210 E Stanford Intercollegiate 214 +1 Pac-10 Championships 217 +1

2010-11 Cheyenne Hickle 2008-09 Cathryn Bristow 2008-09 Kendra Little 2006-07 Cathryn Bristow

Low 72 Hole Total Season 1997-98 1996-97 1999-00 1996-97 1994-95

Name Paula Patterson Karen Bristow Jerilyn White Anika Heuser Shannon Hare

Team Low Round

Season Coach 2011-12 Ria Quiazon Scott 2011-12 Ria Quiazon Scott 2008-09 Meredith Jones 2011-12 Ria Quiazon Scott 2007-08 Shannon Rouillard 2006-07 Shannon Rouillard 1999-00 Renee Baumgartner

• RECORDS

Ptarmigan Ram Classic Stanford Intercollegiate Stanford Intercollegiate Stanford Intercollegiate

218 216 216 216

+2 +3 +3 +3

Tournament NCAA Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships

Score vs Par 293 +5 296 +8 298 +10 301 +13 301 +13

Tournament Stanford Intercollegiate Stanford Intercollegiate UNLV Spring Rebel Inv. Stanford Intercollegiate UNLV Spring Rebel Inv. Stanford Intercollegiate Nittany Lion Invit.

Rnd 2 1 3 3 3 3 2

Score 281 282 283 285 286 286 286

Team Low Round vs Par

Season Coach Tournament Rnd Score vsPar 2008-09 Meredith Jones UNLV Spring Rebel Inv. 3 283 -5 2011-12 Ria Quiazon Scott Stanford Intercollegiate 2 281 -3 2011-12 Ria Quiazon Scott Stanford Intercollegiate 1 282 -2 2007-08 Shannon Rouillard UNLV Spring Rebel Inv. 3 286 -2 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott Branch Law Firm/McGuire 3 290 -2 1998-99 Renee Baumgartner Stanford Intercolleg. 3 290 -2 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic 1 288 E 2011-12 Ria Quiazon Scott Stanford Intercollegiate 3 285 +1 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott Las Vegas Collegiate Show. 2 289 +1 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott Las Vegas Collegiate Show. 3 289 +1 2009-10 Ria Quiazon Branch Law Firm/McGuire 2 293 +1 2006-07 Shannon Rouillard Stanford Intercollegiate 3 286 +2 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott Edean Ihlanfeldt Invit. 3 290 +2 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott Pacific Coast Intercolleg. 3 290 +2 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic 3 290 +2 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott Pac-10 Championships 1 290 +2 2009-10 Ria Quiazon Pac-10 Championships 3 290 +2 2007-08 Shannon Rouillard Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational 2 290 +2 2004-05 Shannon Rouillard Kent Youel Invitational 1 290 +2 (14 rounds of +3 (Quiazon (5), Rouillard (5), Jones (3), Baumgartner (1))

Team Low 54-Hole Total vs Par 2011-12 Ria Quiazon Scott 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott 2007-08 Shannon Rouillard 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott 2009-10 Ria Quiazon 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott 2008-09 Meredith Jones 1997-98 Renee Baumgartner 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott 1996-97 Renee Baumgartner 2008-09 Meredith Jones 2009-10 Ria Quiazon 2006-07 Shannon Rouillard 2008-09 Meredith Jones 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott 2005-06 Shannon Rouillard 2003-04 Shannon Rouillard

Stanford Intercollegiate 848 Branch Law Firm/McGuire 881 UNLV Spring Rebel Inv. 869 Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic 872 Branch Law Firm/McGuire 885 Las Vegas Collegiate Show. 877 Kent Youel Invitational 879 Stanford Intercolleg. 892 Pac-10 Championships 892 NCAA West Regional 885 The Stanford Intercollegiate 877 Pac-10 Championships 889 Stanford Intercollegiate 878 NCAA West Regional 890 Pacific Coast Intercollegiate 891 Las Vegas Collegiate Show. 892 Stanford Intercolleg. 892

Team Low Scoring Average (vs. Par) Season Coach 2010-11 Ria Quiazon Scott 2008-09 Meredith Jones 2007-08 Shannon Rouillard 1997-98 Renee Baumgartner 1996-97 Renee Baumgartner 2009-10 Ria Quiazon 1999-00 Renee Baumgartner 2005-06 Shannon Rouillard 2003-04 Shannon Rouillard 2004-05 Shannon Rouillard 1993-94 Lara Mack 1994-95 Lara Mack

Rounds 33.0 30.0 36.0 37.0 34.0 35.0 34.0 25.0 28.0 32.0 36.0 33.0

Avg. 299.64 300.97 301.78 304.70 305.85 304.46 304.15 305.52 306.11 304.84 309.39 309.36

-4 +5 +5 +8 +9 +13 +15 +16 +28 +21 +25 +25 +26 +26 +27 +28 +28

Score Vs. Par 11.64 13.77 15.44 16.05 16.44 16.57 16.74 18.00 18.25 18.59 19.72 20.03

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HISTORY Pacific-10 Championships Team Results 1987 (Tucson, Ariz., host UA)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Arizona State USC Stanford Arizona UCLA Washington Washington State Oregon State Oregon

1994 (Los Angeles, Calif., host USC)

1197 1200 1223 1224 1231 1251 1345 1369 1675

1988 (Redmond, Wash., host UW)

1993 NCAA Qualifiers (L-R): Back: Amy Elieff, Shannon Hare, Becca Giersdorf, Shannon Maier, Susie Roh, Stacy Jo Smith, Cristel Tomori, Karly Mills; Front: Cappy Mack, Leigh Casey, Anna Pinalto. Not Pictured: Head Coach Renee Baumgartner, Assistant Coach Leigh Hornung.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Arizona State UCLA Washington USC Arizona Stanford Oregon Washington State Oregon State

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

USC Arizona State Arizona Stanford UCLA Washington Oregon Washington State Oregon State

1994 NCAA Qualifiers (L-R): Cappy Mack, Leigh Casey, Shannon Hare, Karly Mills, Amy Elieff, Becca Giersdorf, Brooke Taylor, Susie Roh. Christel Tomori, Head Coach Lara Mack Tennant.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

UCLA Arizona Arizona State Stanford Washington Oregon USC Washington State Oregon State

898 899 900 904 933 939 942 965 976

1991 (Eugene, Ore., host UO)

1. 2. 3. T4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

UCLA Arizona Stanford Oregon Arizona State Washington USC Oregon State Washington State

894 899 904 946 946 960 967 1003 1032

1992 (Tempe, Ariz., host ASU)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Arizona Arizona State Stanford UCLA Oregon USC Washington Oregon State Washington State

875 908 909 912 916 935 958 937 994

1993 (Walla Walla, Wash., host WSU)

1995 NCAA Qualifiers (L-R): Back: Shannon Hare, Brooke Taylor, Becca Giersdorf, Kristen Berney, Karly Mills, Monica Morgan, Head Coach Lara Mack Tennant. Front: Susie Roh, Christel Tomori, Paula Patterson, Leigh Casey.

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1. 2. 3. T4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Arizona State UCLA USC Oregon Stanford Oregon State Washington Arizona Washington State

Arizona State USC UCLA Stanford Oregon Arizona Washington Oregon State Washington State

920 924 928 935 957 968 971 999 1048

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Arizona State UCLA Stanford Arizona Oregon Washington USC Oregon State Washington State

858 891 898 897 898 904 905 949 958

1996 (Tucson, Ariz., host UA)

911 925 935 937 946 996 1015 1028 1047

1990 (Stanford, Calif., host STAN)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1995 (Corvallis, Ore., host OSU)

1173 1230 1244 1245 1248 1259 1313 1348 1440

1989 (Pasadena, Calif., host UCLA)

905 921 930 934 934 945 946 949 988

1. 2. T3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Arizona State UCLA Arizona Stanford Washington Oregon USC Oregon State Washington State California

875 876 879 879 911 912 917 957 966 993

1997 (Tacoma, Wash., host UW)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Arizona Arizona State UCLA Stanford Oregon USC Washington Oregon State California Washington State

867 882 883 892 901 921 929 934 943 961

1998 (R-S Margarita, Calif., host UCLA)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Arizona Arizona State USC UCLA Washington Stanford Oregon State Oregon California Washington State

865 881 899 916 917 920 927 928 946 951

1999 (Stanford, Calif., host STAN)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Stanford Arizona Arizona State UCLA Southern California Washington California Oregon Oregon State Washington State

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876 888 893 899 901 915 916 919 933 945

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1997 NCAA Qualifiers (L-R): Back: Head Coach Renee Baumgartner, Karen Bristow, Kimi Cunningham, Kylie Wilson, Dawn Berry, Angie Rizzo. Front: Anika Heuser, Paula Patterson, Brooke Taylor, Tara Keller, Heather Holte, Bretagne Hygelund.

1998 NCAA Qualifiers (L-R): Front (L-R): Head Coach Renee Baumgartner, Anika Heuser, Karen Bristow, Paula Patterson, Pam Sowden. Back (L-R): Jerilyn White, Dawn Berry, Kylie Wilson, Kimi Cunningham, Angie Rizzo.

2000 NCAA Qualifiers (L-R): Assistant Coach Shannon Rouillard, Katie Cunningham, Angie Rizzo, Dawn Berry, Kylie Wilson, Megan Heckeroth, Anika Heuser, Julia Smith, Pam Sowden, Claire Hunter, Lacy Erickson, Kimi Cunningham, Jerilyn White, Head Coach Renee Baumgartner.

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• HISTORY

NGCA Hall of Fame member Renee Baumgartner & 1997 and ‘98 All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention Kylie Wilson

Leigh Casey 1993 All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention

Shannon Hare 1995 Most Valuable Player

Cappy Mack 1994 All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention

Karly Mills 1994 Most Valuable Player

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NCAA & Pac-12 Championship • 2000 (Eugene, Ore., host UO)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Arizona Stanford UCLA California USC Arizona State Oregon Washington Oregon State Washington State

883 901 903 904 906 911 912 918 928 938

2001 (Tempe, Ariz., host ASU)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Arizona Stanford Arizona State USC Washington California UCLA Oregon State Oregon Washington State

873 876 883 886 890 891 905 912 914 966

2002 (Walla Walla, Wash., host WSU)

1. 2. T3. T5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Arizona UCLA Arizona State California USC Washington Stanford Washington State Oregon State Oregon

891 899 908 908 909 909 913 938 958 966

2003 (Corvallis, Ore., host OSU)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

California Arizona UCLA USC Arizona State Stanford Washington State Washington Oregon State Oregon

892 897 902 903 915 920 924 929 938 943

2004 (Somis, Calif., host UCLA)

1. 2. 3. T4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

UCLA California Arizona Arizona State USC Washington Stanford Oregon Washington State Oregon State

902 920 923 928 928 930 932 947 964 989

2005 (Pleasonton, Calif., host CAL)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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UCLA Arizona State USC Arizona California Washington Washington State Oregon Stanford Oregon State

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874 878 880 886 894 897 898 922 932 946

RESULTS

NCAA Championships Results Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 1997 1998 2000 2005 2009 2010

Top UO Finisher Leigh Hornung Karly Mills Cappy Mack Shannon Hare Karen Bristow Paula Patterson Jerilyn White Johnna Nealy Cathryn Bristow Cheyenne Hickle

Place T82nd T61st T38th T29th T16th T12th T13th T85th T96th T57th

Score 320 315 315 301 296 293 298 307 316 299

Team --- 17th 14th 13th 7th 14th 11th --- --- T23rd

Score --1293 1263 1225 1200 1213 1217 --- --1218

Team 9th 10th 4th 16th 6th T10th T12th 7th 9th --- T8th 10th 13th 12th T6th 9th

Score 885 912 898 974 885 912 932 895 923 --913 913 901 890 939 909

Team 9th 7th 7th 6th T4th 5th

Score 1675 1313 1015 939 946 916

T4th 5th 5th 6th 5th 8th 8th 7th 9th 10th 10th 8th 8th 10th 9th 7th 7th 3rd 7th

934 912 898 912 901 928 919 912 914 966 943 947 922 945 972 916 901 889 892

NCAA Regional Championships Results Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2008 2009 2010 2011

Top UO Individual Place Cappy Mack/Shannon Maier T29th Karly Mills T22nd Shannon Hare T29th Christel Tomori T54th Paula Patterson T5th Kylie Wilson T23rd Jerilyn White/Angie Rizzo T39th Jerilyn White/Anika Heuser T21st Jerilyn White T16th Kathy Cho T63rd Johnna Nealy T25th Johnna Nealy T6th Kendra Little T17th Cathryn Bristow T9th Kendra Little T8th Ashley Edwards T22nd

Score 221 224 301 242 213 226 231 223 224 237 224 220 220 215 228 224

Pac-10 Championships Results Year 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Top UO Individual Kim Brune Lynn Yonemoto Starla Yamada Starla Yamada Lynn Yonemoto Leigh Hornung Shannon Maier Shannon Hare Karly Mills Karly Mills Christel Tomori Paula Patterson Anika Heuser Jerilyn White Jerilyn White Jerilyn White Kathy Cho Johnna Nealy Johnna Nealy Johnna Nealy Erin Andrews Kim McCready Kate Hildahl Cathryn Bristow Kendra Little Kendra Little

Place 38th 16th 25th T17th T8th T8th T8th T7th T9th T4th T14th T9th T22nd T6th 9th 9th T17th T12th T19th T18th T15th T24th T16th T10th T3rd T6th

2006 (Tucson, Ariz., host ARIZ)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

UCLA Arizona State USC California Arizona Washington Stanford Oregon State Washington State Oregon

879 880 891 896 907 910 912 920 928 945

Score 369 314 246 232 234 226 226 229 229 216 224 221 232 219 223 220 230 226 234 227 226 237 226 217 219 217

2007 (Seattle, Wash., host WASH)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Arizona State UCLA USC Arizona California Stanford Washington Washington State Oregon Oregon State

897 915 921 923 926 935 938 944 972 982

Shannon Maier 1993 All-Pac-10 and All-Academic Hon. Mention

2008 (Palos Verdes, Calif., host USC) 1. USC 860 2. UCLA 886 3. Arizona State 891 T4. Arizona 908 T4. California 908 6. Stanford 913 7. Oregon 916 8. Washington State 932 9. Washington 936 10. Oregon State 942 2009 (Stanford, Calif., host Stanford) 1. Arizona State 852 2. USC 861 3. UCLA 864 4. Arizona 884 5. California 887 6. Stanford 890 7. Oregon 901 8. Washington State 911 9. Washington 913 10. Oregon State 920 2010 (Eugene, Ore., host Oregon) 1. Arizona 878 2. UCLA 881 3. Oregon 889 4. USC 891 5. Washington 906 6. California 909 7. Stanford 928 8. Washington State 965 9. Oregon State 967 NS Arizona State NS 2011 (Tempe, Ariz., host ASU) 1. USC 2. Arizona 3. UCLA 4. California 5. Stanford 6. Arizona State 7. Oregon 8. Washington 9. Oregon State 10. Washington State

864 869 873 880 884 891 892 914 928 942

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• TOURNAMENT VICTORIES

All-Time Duck Tournament Team Wins (24) Tournament (Host) – Score, Course, Date 1988 Oregon State Dual (UO-OSU) – 157-337-336-830, Eugene/Corvallis, 4/4-6/88 1988 Cougar Invitational (WSU) – 342-322-328-992, Clarkston, Idaho, 4/18-19/88 1988 Cougar Invitational (WSU) – 999* (f ) 1991 NIKE Northwest Collegiate — 315-310-318-960, Trysting Tree G.C. (p72), Corvallis, Ore., 4/1-2/91 1992 NIKE Northwest Collegiate — 915*, Trysting Tree G.C. (p72), Corvallis, Ore., 4/10-11/92 1993 NIKE Northwest Collegiate – 301-296-299-896, Trysting Tree G.C. (p72), Corvallis, Ore.,10/1-2/93 1996 NIKE Northwest Collegiate – 306-303-313-922, (p72), Sunriver, Ore., 9/23-25/96 1996 Minnesota Invitational – 310-301-611, (p74), Minneapolis, Minn., 9/14-15-96 1996 Kansas Dual – 318 – (p71), Tucson, Ariz., 3/26/96 1996 Lady Cardinal Invitational (Lamar) – 310-305-313-928, (p72), Beaumont, Texas, 10/21-22/96 1997 Colby Invitational (Santa Clara) – 299-307-606, (p72), Carmel, Calif. (p72), 2/10-11/97 1998 Portland Invitational – 294-303-312-908 (f ), (p72), Portland, Ore. (9/28-29/98) 1999 Nittany Lion Invitational (Penn State) – 885*, (p70), State College, Pa., 10/1-3/99 1999 Colby Invitational (Santa Clara) – 297-309-606, (p72), Santa Clara, Calif., 3/23/99 2000 Colby Invitational (Santa Clara) – 625* (s), (p72), Monterey, Calif., 3/20-21/00 2000 Lady Aztec Invitational (San Diego State) – 595*, (p72), San Diego, Calif., 3/27-28/00 2003 Lady Vandal Fall Invitational — 304-303-309-918, Univ. of Idaho G.C. (p72), Moscow, Idaho, 9/28-29/03 2004 Colby Invitational (Santa Clara) – 300-303-603, Rancho Canada East GC (p71), Carmel, Calif., 3/22-23/04 2006 Illini Spring Classic – 307-303-610, Stone Creek G.C. (p72), Champaign, Ill., 4/14-15/06 2007 Baja Classic – 298-311-609, Bajamar Resort (p72), Encenada, Mexico, 2/5-6/07 2008 Oregon Duck Invitational — 297-309-294-900 (p72), Eugene C.C. (p72), Eugene, Ore., 3/24-25/08 2009 Giustina Memorial Invitational (OSU) – 296-302-298-896, Trysting Tree G.C. (p72), Corvallis, 9/28-29/09 2010 Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational (NMSU) – 295-296-290-881, UNM Champ. Course (p73), Albuquerque, 9/17-18/10 2011 Pacific Coast Intercollegiate (UO) – 304-297-290-91, Half Moon Bay Golf Course (p72), 4/4-5/11

Karen Bristow 1997-99 Academic-All-American

S=Spring; F=Fall; * indicates round-by-round scores unavailable

All-Time Duck Tournament Individual Wins (28) Tourney UO Champion 1988 Cougar Invitational Diana Lewton 1990 Oregon Invitational Beth Manczak 1991 OSU Invitational Starla Yamada 1993 OSU Nike Invitational Amy Elieff 1993 OSU Nike Invitational Cappy Mack 1996 Oregon-Kansas Dual Paula Patterson 1996 Minneota Invitational Anika Heuser 1997 Santa Clara/Colby Inv. Anika Heuser 1997 Santa Clara/Colby Inv. Kylie Wilson 1998 Ping/ASU Thunderbird Anika Heuser 1998 Portland Invitational Karen Bristow 1999 Nittany Lion Fall Inv. Pam Sowden 1999 Colby/Santa Clara Inv. Karen Bristow 2000 Colby/Santa Clara Inv. Kylie Wilson 2000 Lady Aztec Invitational Pam Sowden 2001 Peg Barnard Calif. Colleg. Jerilyn White 2003 Lady Vandall Fall Inv. Erin Andrews 2004 Colby Invitational Michelle Timpani 2005 OSU Invitational Cathyrn Bristow 2006 Illini Spring Classic Cathryn Bristow 2007 Baja Classic Kim McCready 2007 Giustina Mem. Classic Felicia Eastick 2008 UNLV Spring Rebel Inv. Cathryn Bristow 2008 Duck Invitational Kendra Little 2008 Giustina Mem. Classic Kendra Little 2009 Branch Law Firm Inv. Kendra Little 2009 Giustina Mem. Classic Kendra Little 2010 Branch Law Firm Inv. Erica Omlid

Scores 87-74-76-237 75-73-75-223 81-76-79-236 72-78-150 72-73-73-218 76 76-72-148 74-75-149 (t) 74-75-149 (t) 74-73-147 71-75-74-220 70-68-72-210 71-73-144 77-77-154 73-72-145 (t) 76-68-144 72-75-72-219 75-71-146 70-74-73-217 74-72-146 70-75-145 74-69-74-217 69-69-70-208 70-73-71-214 69-73-73-215 73-68-68-207 73-69-72-214 70-72-69-211

Dates Course, Location (Par) Clarkston, Wash. 3/20-21 Emerald Valley GC, Creswell 4/1-2 Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. 4/9-10 Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. 10/1-2 Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. 3/26 Tucson, Ariz. (p71) 9/14-15 Minneapolis, Minn. 2/10-11 Carmel, Calif. 2/10-11 Carmel, Calif. 4/3-5 Karsten GC, Tempe, Ariz. 9/28-29 Portland, Ore. 10/1-3 State College, Pa. 3/23 Santa Clara, Calif. 3/20-21 Monterey, Calif. 3/27-28 San Diego, Calif. 4/13-14 Stanford GC 9/28-29 U. of Idaho GC, Moscow, Idaho 3/22-23 Rancho Canada East GC (p71), Carmel 9/13-14 Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. 4/14-15 Stone Creek GC, Champaign, Ill. 2/5-6 Bajamar Resort, Baja, Calif. 9/17-18 Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. 3/10-12 Boulder Creek GC, Las Vegas 3/24-25 Eugene CC, Eugene, Ore. 9/22-23 Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. 9/19-20 UNM Champ GC (p73) 9/28-29 Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis 9/13-14 UNM Champ. Course (p73)

Shannon Maier 1993 All-Pac-10 and All-Academic Hon. Mention

Christel Tomori 1996 Most Valuable Player

* Courses are par 72 unless otherwise noted

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HISTORY

Anuenue Spring Break Invitational — 2011 First Appearance.

Lady Aztec Invitational (San Diego State) — 2000 1st-595 (s), 2002 17th-678 (s).

Allstate Sugar Bowl Invitational — 2011 First Appearance.

Lady Gator Invitational (Florida) — 2008 9th-919 (s).

Arizona Wildcat Invitational — 2000 T14th-604 (s), 2001 15th-942 (s), 2005 10th-916 (s); 2010 13th-619 (s).

Lady Vandal Fall Invitational (Idaho) — 2003 1st918 (f ).

Lady Puerto Rico Invitational — 2011 10th, 922 (s).

Rainbow Wahine/Dr. Thompson Invitational / Hawai’i Fall Classic / Kent Youel Invitational — 1990 7th-977, 1998 5th-924 (s), 1999 2nd-929 (f ), 2000 6th-928 (f ), 2001 17th-960 (f ), 2002 12th-931 (f), 2003 6th-914 (f ), 2004 4th-896 (f ), 2005 4th-895, 2008 4th-879 (f ). Regional Challenge (Palos Verdes) — 1996 3rd-964 (s). Rolex Match Play (Miami, Fla.) — 1997 7th, 1-2 (f), 1998 UO 2-1.

Arizona State/Ping Invitational — 1989 15th-1025 (s), 1990 T15th-969, 1991 10th-937 (s), 1991 16th-957 (f ), 1993 9th-941 (s), 1994 T6th-923 (s), 1995 8th-922 (s), 1996 9th-929 (s), 1997 4th-905 (s), 1998 5th-900 (s), 1999 14th-950 (s), 2000 13th-916 (s), 2001 11th915 (s), 2002 14th-927 (s), 2003 15th-934 (s), 2004 13th-915 (s), 2005 12th-908 (s), 2006 16th, 931 (s); 2009 17th-941 (s).

Lamar Lady Cardinal Invitational — 1995 3rd-964 (f ), 1996 1st-928 (f ).

Michigan State Spartan/Mary Fossum Invitational — 2000 9th-311 (f ), 2002 12th-935.

Santa Clara/Colby Invitational — 1997 1st-606 (s), 1999 1st-606 (s), 2000 1st-625 (s), 2004 1st-603 (s).

Baja Classic — 2007 1st-609 (s).

Minnesota Invitational — 1991 2nd-625 (f ), 1996 1st-611 (f ).

Stanford (Pepsi) Invitational/Intercollegiate — 1988 7th-996 (s), 1989 14th-992 (f ), 1990 13th-943 (f ), 1991 11th-638 (f ), 1992 T6th-930 (f ), 1993 4th 904 (f ), 1995 5th-922 (s), 1995 12th-933 (f ), 1997 4th-892 (f ), 1998 8th-912 (f ), 1999 16th-931 (f ), 2000 18th-955 (f ), 2001 16th-946 (f ), 2002 17th-963 (f ), 2003 10th-892 (f ), 2004 12th-902 (f ), 2005 12th-896 (f), 2006 6th-878 (f), 2007 16th-932 (f), 2008 12th-877 (f ), 2011 4th-848 (f ).

Battle at Rancho Bernardo (SDSU)— 2011 14th-934 (s). Bay Area Classic (Vallejo, Calif.) — 1998 2nd-608 (s). Baylor Invitational — 2010 4th-926 (s). Ben Hogan/Fripp Island Invitational — 1997 4th931 (s). Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational (Texas) — 2010 8th-921 (s). Brigham Young Tournament — 1987 8th-1043 (f ), 1993 2nd-934, 1994 2nd-926. Bruin/Wave Invitational (UCLA/Pepperdine) — 2010 10th-905 (s). Chris Johnson Invitational (Arizona) — 1989 16th998 (s), 1991 11th-943 (s), 1992 15th-964 (s), 1993 8th-927 (f ), 1994 7th-910 (s), 1995 11th-934 (f ), 1996 11th-923 (s). Duck Invitational — 1989 7th-1015 (s), 1990 2nd940 (s), 1999 2nd-621 (f ), 2002 11th-931 (s), 2003 7th-940, (s) 2004 2nd-914 (s), 2005 2nd-909 (s), 2006 6th-933 (s), 2007 T5th-943 (s); 2008 1st, 900 (s); 2009 2nd-902 (s). Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational (Washington) — 1988 10th-983 (f ), 1989 T11th-1003 (f ), 1990 10th-1000 (f ), 1991 4th-949 (f ), 1992 4th-948 (f ), 1993 T3rd-918 (f ), 1994 3rd-935 (f ), 1995 7th-635 (f ), 2000 8th-932 (f ), 2002 11th-942 (f ), 2003 5th924 (f ), 2004 T2nd-918 (f ), 2006 8th-930 (f ), 2007 3rd-900 (f ), 2008 2nd-921 (f ), 2009 8th, 955 (f ), 2010 6th-895 (f ), 2011 2nd-898 (f ).

Las Vegas Founders Showdown/Collegiate — 2002 11th-953 (f ), 2005 T8th-892 (f ), 2010 6th-t (f ).

NCAA/Rolex Fall Preview — 1993 8th-665 (at West Linn, Ore.), 1994 T10th-953 (f, at Wilmington, N.C.), 1995 17th-943 (f, at LaQuinta, Calif.), 1996 5th-940 (f, at Columbus, Ohio), 1997 T9th-924 (f, at Madison, Wis.), 1998 7th-615 (f, at Tulsa, Okla.), 1999 T7th-910 (f, at Sun River, Ore.), 2000 19th-651 (f, at Howie-inthe-Hills, Fla.), 2001 23rd-652 (f, at Auburn, Wash.), 2004 21st-912 (f ). NMSU Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational — 1993 7th-918 (f), 2003 7th-918, 2006 T14th-921 (f); 2009 5th, 885 (f ); 2010 1st-883 (f ). NIKE Northwest Collegiate (OSU) — 1990 2nd-939, Team 2 4th-1014 (s), 1991 Team 1 1st-960, Team 2 2nd986 (s), 1992 Team 1 1st-915, Team 2 4th-958 (s), 1993 Team 1 1st-896, Team 2 7th-964 (f ), 1993 2nd-627 (s), 1994 4th-942 (f ), 1995 5th-922 (f ), 1996 1st-922 (f ), 1997 UO 3, OSU2; UO 3, UW 2 (s), 1997 2nd-929 (f ), 1998 4th-915 (f ). Nittany Lion Invitational (Penn State)­— 1999 1st-885 (f ). Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge — First Appearance. Oregon Invitational / Fall Preview — 1989 Oregon Green 9th-1032, Oregon Gold 5th-971 (f ), 1990 6th977 (f ), 1991 7th-986 (f ), 1992 4th-945 (f ), 1992 4th945 (f ), 1993 8th, 665 (f ). Oregon State Dual — 1988 1st-830 (s).

Golf World Conference Challenge (Vail) ­— 2011-5th, 908 (f).

OSU/Shanico/Salbasgeon Suites/Giustina Memorial Invitational ­— 1993 2nd-627 (s), 2001 12th-932 (f ), 2002 4th-911 (f ), 2005 2nd-894 (f ), 2006 11th-916 (f ), 2007 3rd-903 (f ), 2008 2nd-906 (f ), 2009-1st, 896 (f ).

Golf World Invitational (Hilton Head) ­— 1997-8th, 929 (s).

Pac-10/SEC Challenge — 2010 14th-911 (f-Stanford), 2011 12th-896 (f-Tennessee)

Heather Fall Memorial (Denver) — 2007 6th-901 (f).

Pacific Coast Intercollegiate (UO/UC Davis - Half Moon Bay) — 2011 1st-891 (s).

Kitahara/Fresno State Invitational — 2006 8th-607 (s), 2007 9th-618. Illini Spring Classic — 2006 1st-610 (s). Indiana Invitational/Colby Invitational — 2007 4th610 (s), 2008 6th, 905 (s).

Pinehurst Challenge ­— 2004 (s, Cancelled-weather), 2005 3rd-945 (s), 2007 T13th-648 (s).

Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational (San Jose State) — 1994 8th-970 (f ), 2002 12th-935 (s), 2003 9th-921 (s), 2009 (s) Cancelled (weather), 2011 3rd-904 (s).

Pioneer Electronics/UCLA Classic — 1992 5th-957 (f ), 1993 8th 946 (f ), 1997 4th-962 (s), 1998 2nd-601 (s), 1999 5th-924 (s), 2001 T11th-926 (s), 2002 8th-925 (s), 2003 17th-973 (s).

Kiawah Island Invitational — 2009 7th-t-917 (s).

Ptarmigan Ram Classic (Colorado State) — 2010 3rd-872 (f ).

Kitahara Fresno State Invitational — 2006 T8th-606 (s), 7 9th, 618 (s)

Portland Invitational ­— 1998 1st-908 (f ).

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San Francisco Invitational — 2007 4th-918 (f ).

Turtle Bay Collegiate Invitational (Hawaii) — 2009 5th-896 (f) Yamaha USC Invitational 1988 12th-1073 (s), 1989 11th-1040 (s). U.S.I.U. Intercollegiate (San Diego) — 1989 8th-982 (f ), 1990 4th-982 (f ). UNLV Spring Invitational — 2008 3rd-869 (s); 2009 4th-t-895 (s). Utah-Dixie Invitational — 1992 3rd-956 (s), 1993 2nd-934 (f ), 1994 2nd-926 (s). Verizon “Mo”morial (Houston) — 2001 7th-939 (s). Washington Invitational — 1987 8th-1004 (f ). Washington State Cougar Invitational — 1987 3rd1267 (s), 1988 1st-992 (s), 1988 1st-999(f ). * 2011-12 tournaments in gray *note missing most of results from spring of 1990.

Peg Barnard California Collegiate (Stanford) — 1988 7th-996 (s), 1995 5th-610 (s), 1996 4th-607 (s), 1997 3rd-608 (s), 1998 3rd-613 (s), 1999 6th-628 (s), 2001 5th-620 (s), 2004 9th-631 (s), 2005 T7th-615 (s); 2010 3rd-607 (s).

Josten’s Invitational (San Jose) — 1991 15th-690 (s).

Kansas Dual (Tucson) — 1996 1st-318 (s).

West Reg. Preview (Sac. State) — 2008 2nd, 900 (s).

Kim McCready 2007 Team MVP

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Shannon Hare

Cappy Mack

Karly Mills

Susie Roh

NGCA Hall of Fame 2004 Renee Mack Baumgartner All-Americans 1997 Paula Patterson (1st) 2012 Cassy Isagawa

Angie Rizzo 2006 LPGA Exempt Card Holder

NGCA All-America Scholars 2012 Cali Hipp 2009 Monika Graf 2008 Kate Hildahl 2007 Kate Hildahl Therese Wenslow 2006 Therese Wenslow 2004 Therese Wenslow 2003 Therese Wenslow 2002 Kathy Cho 2000 Dawn Berry (1st) Anika Heuser (1st) Angie Rizzo (1st) 1999 Karen Bristow (1st) 1998 Karen Bristow (1st) Anika Heuser (1st) 1997 Karen Bristow (1st) 1996 Susie Roh (2nd) 1995 Susie Roh (2nd) 1994 Cappy Mack (1st) 1993 Cappy Mack (1st)

Jerilyn White 2001 All-Pac-10 Second Team

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Pam Sowden

All-Pacific-10/12 Team 2012 Cassy Isagawa (1st) 2010 Kendra Little (2nd) 2009 Kendra Little (2nd) Cathryn Bristow (HM) 2008 Cathryn Bristow (2nd) Kendra Little (2nd) 2007 Kim McCready (HM) 2006 Cathryn Bristow (HM) 2005 Johnna Nealy (2nd) Kim McCready (HM) 2004 Erin Andrews (HM) 2001 Jerilyn White (2nd) 2000 Pam Sowden (HM) Jerilyn White (HM) 1999 Karen Bristow (HM) 1998 Paula Patterson (2nd) Anika Heuser (HM) Kylie Wilson (HM) 1997 Paula Patterson (1st) Anika Heuser (HM) Kylie Wilson (HM) 1996 Paula Patterson (HM) 1995 Shannon Hare (HM) 1994 Cappy Mack (HM) 1993 Leigh Casey (HM) Shannon Maier (HM)

Anika Heuser 1997, ‘98 All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention

Kylie Wilson

• HONORS

Lynn Yonemoto

Academic All-Pacific-10 2011 Cheyenne Hickle (HM) Erica Omlid (HM) 2010 Erica Omlid (HM) 2009 Monika Graf (2nd) Cathryn Bristow (HM) Kate Hildahl (HM) Erica Omlid (HM) Blair Ressler (HM) 2008 Kate Hildahl (2nd) Blair Ressler (HM) 2007 Therese Wenslow (1st) Kim McCready (2nd) 2006 Therese Wenslow (1st) 2005 Kim McCready (HM) 2004 Therese Wenslow (1st) Jaime Seefried (HM) Michelle Timpani (HM) 2003 Annie Davis (1st) Jaime Seefried (HM) 2002 Kathy Cho (1st) Jaime Seefried (HM) 2001 Dawn Berry (1st) 2000 Anika Heuser (1st) Angela Rizzo (2nd) Pam Sowden (HM) Kylie Wilson (HM)

Dawn Berry 1998 Most Improved Award Winner

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Oregon Golf • 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992

HONORS

Karen Bristow (1st) Dawn Berry (HM) Angie Rizzo (HM) Anika Heuser (1st) Karen Bristow (2nd) Karen Bristow (2nd) Susie Roh (2nd) Susie Roh (2nd) Cappy Mack (1st) Becca Giersdorf (HM) Cappy Mack (1st) Shannon Maier (2nd) Stacy Smith (HM) Nancy Crawford (HM) Shannon Maier (HM) Beth Manczak (HM)

Pacific-10 All-Star Asian Tour 2010 Avery Sills 2009 Felicia Eastick 2008 Cathleen Ward 2007 Therese Wenslow 2006 Victoria Wenslow 2000 Dawn Berry Lacy Erickson 1997 Tara Keller 1996 Christel Tomori 1995 Shannon Hare 1994 Cappy Mack 1993 Shannon Maier 1992 Starla Yamada 1990 Nancy Crawford Renee Mack Award (Player of the Year) 2012 Cassy Isagawa 2011 Kendra Little 2010 Kendra Little 2009 Cathryn Bristow 2008 Cathryn Bristow 2007 Kim McCready 2006 Cathryn Bristow 2005 Johnna Nealy 2004 Johnna Nealy 2003 Therese Wenslow 2002 Kathy Cho 2001 Jerilyn White 2000 Jerilyn White 1999 Karen Bristow 1998 Paula Patterson

1997 1996 1995 1994

Felicia Eastick

Kendra Little

Erica Omlid

Therese Wenslow

Victoria Wenslow

Kate Hildahl 2008 & ‘09 NGCA All-America Scholar

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Paula Patterson Christel Tomori Shannon Hare Karly Mills

Most Improved 2011 Erica Omlid 2010 Avery Sills 2009 Monika Graf 2008 Erica Omlid Kate Hildahl 2007 Cathleen Ward 2006 Erin Andrews 2005 Victoria Wenslow 2004 Michelle Timpani 2003 Annie Davis 2002 Jess Carlyon 2001 Lacy Erickson 2000 Angie Rizzo 1999 Pam Sowden 1998 Dawn Berry 1997 Karen Bristow 1996 Karen Bristow 1995 Susie Roh 1994 Shannon Hare Jim Manczak Award (Most Inspirational) 2011 Monika Graf 2010 Ashley Edwards 2009 Blair Ressler 2008 Cathryn Bristow 2007 Kim McCready 2006 Cathryn Bristow 2005 Therese Wenslow 2004 Johnna Nealy 2003 Michelle Timpani 2002 Jaime Seefried 2001 Claire Hunter 2000 Claire Hunter Kylie Wilson 1999 Jerilyn White 1998 Kylie Wilson 1997 Tara Keller 1996 Tara Keller Christel Tomori 1995 Karly Mills Christel Tomori 1994 Becca Giersdorf

Jackson Award

Erin Andrews

Monika Graf

Blair Ressler

Avery Sills

The Jackson Award is presented annually by the athletic department to the top senior woman athlete at the University based on academics, athletic ability, leadership and inspiration. The award is sponsored by Ross and Muriel Jackson. 2011 Melissa Gergel Track 2010 Monika Graf Golf 2009 Anna Poponyak Lacrosse 2008 Jen May Lacrosse 2007 Nicole Garbin Soccer 2006 Caitlin Gamble Soccer 2005 Daria Panova Tennis 2004 Jenn Poore Softball 2003 Andrea Vidland Softball 2002 Chalise Baysa Soccer 2001 Lindsay Dion Basketball 2000 Anika Heuser Golf 1999 M. Davis/K. Knudson Track 1998 Jennifer Thomas Track 1997 Arianne Boyer Basketball 1996 LaReina Woods Track 1995 Camara Jones Track 1994 Sara Wilson Basketball 1993 Erika Klein Track/CC 1992 Tracey Simmons Softball 1991 Lynn Yonemoto Golf 1990 Stefanie Kasperski Basketball 1989 Penny Graves CC 1988 Annette Hand Track/CC 1987 Lauri Landerholm Basketball 1986 Sue Harbour Volleyball 1985 Leann Warren Track 1984 Lisa Martin Track/CC 1983 Tina Helm Swimming 1982 Bev Smith Basketball 1981 Allison Towriss Basketball

Becky L. Sisley Award Michelle Timpani

Claire Hunter 2001, ‘02 Most Inspirational Award Winner

The Becky L. Sisley Award is named after the University’s first director of women’s intercollegiate athletics and is awarded to a former women’s athlete to commemorate community involvement, career development and support of University ideals. 2011 Helen (Zech) Higgins, tennis 2010 Sarah Grall, tennis 2009 Lauri Landerholm, basketball 2008 Charlene Carter, field hockey, soccer June Liu, softball 2007 Kim Roth Geelan, xc/track 2006 Bev Smith, bb 2005 Sally Blickle-Cassidy, bb/sb 2004 Krista Parent, sb 2003 Tama Cuddleback Rowan, swimming 2002 Mary L. Brorby, bb/sb/vb Diane Smith, bb/sb/field hockey 2001 Peg Rees, bb/sb/vb 2000 Shelley Briggs, field hockey

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Leo Harris Award

The Alumni Athletic Award was originated in 1967 by the late Leo Harris, former director of athletics, and his family and is presented to an alumni letterman on the basis of 20 years of achievement and service since graduation. 2011 Chris Leupold, football 2010 Keith Balderston, basketball 2009 Greg Erwin, track 2008 Keith Balderston, basketball 2007 Chris Miller, football 2006 Paul Weinhold, golf 2005 Mike Jorgensen, football 2004 Jim Hill, track 2003 Cliff Gibson, football 2002 Ed Hagerty, football 2001 Rudy Chapa, track Alberto Salazar, track 2000 Mike Ritchey, baseball 1999 Rob Closs, basketball 1998 Mike Drummond, basketball 1997 David Taylor, track 1996 Tinker Hatfield, track 1995 Tim Slapnicka, football 1994 Paul Halupa, basketball 1993 Dan Fouts, football 1992 Ahmad Rashad, football 1991 Bob Newland, football 1990 Roscoe Divine, track 1989 Keith Sherman, football 1988 Gundars Tilmanis, tennis 1987 Tom Jernstedt, football 1986 Dick Winn, football 1985 Bob Berry, football 1984 Dave Wilcox, football 1983 Ron Snidow, football 1982 Charlie Warren, basketball 1981 Mickey Bruce, football 1980 Riley Mattson, football 1979 Wayne Henninger, tennis 1978 Jim Grelle, track 1977 John Robinson, football 1976 Phil McHugh, football/basketball 1975 Bill Dellinger, track 1974 Ron Lowell, tennis 1973 Dr. Richard Zimmerman, track 1972 Hal Dunham, football 1971 Phil Settecase, baseball 1970 Mel Krause, basketball/baseball 1969 John McKay, football 1968 Norm Van Brocklin, football 1967 Robert Koch, football

Emerald Athletic Trophy

Awarded annually to a University of Oregon student on the basis of outstanding achievement in the fields of athletics, scholarship and citizenship. Sponsored jointly by the Athletic Department and the Oregon Daily Emerald. 2011 Jordan Holmes, football 2010 Ashton Eaton, track 2009 Galen Rupp, track/cross country 2008 Dennis Dixon, football 2007 Jordan Kent, fb, basketball, track 2006 Eric Mitchum, track 2005 Cathrine Kraayeveld, basketball 2004 Luke Jackson, basketball 2003 Santiago Lorenzo, track 2002 Joey Harrington, football 2001 Jerilyn White, golf 2000 A.D. Smith, basketball 1999 Josh Bidwell, football

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Jeremy Ensrud, wrestling Chris Nelson, track Kevin Roberts, wrestling Camara Jones, track Kelly Blair, track Ronnie Harris, football/track Bob Gray, track Bill Musgrave, football Terry Obee, football Glenn Jarrett, wrestling Keith Balderston, basketball Harold Kuphaldt, track Dub Myers, track Sue Harbour, volleyball Ryan Zinke, football Kevin Lusk, football Bev Smith, basketball Alberto Salazar, track Mike Ritchey, baseball Rudy Chapa, track Scott McEldowney, gymnastics Greg Ballard, basketball Ron Lee, basketball Joe Percival, gymnastics Don Reynolds, football/baseball Guy Krause, baseball Steve Prefontaine, track Pete Shmock, track Bob Newland, football John Miller, wrestling Arne Kvalheim, track Jim Smith, football Neil Steinhauer, track Ken Moore, track Corky Sullivan, football Dick Imwalle, football Steve Barnett, football Mike Rose, football Dave Grosz, football Dave Edstrom, track Wimp Hastings, basketball/baseball

Jim Bailey, track Phil McHugh, football/baseball Lon Stiner, football Pete Williams, baseball Ron Lowell, tennis Jim Livesay, baseball John Hutchins, track Jack Keller, basketball/baseball

Doyle Higdon Memorial Trophy

Awarded annually to a University of Oregon sophomore for ex cellence in athletics, scholarship and citizenship. The trophy is named in honor of a former football and track star who was killed prior to his junior year at Oregon. 2011 Jordan Hasay, Track 2010 Amanda Johnson, basketball 2009 Monika Graf, golf 2008 Nicole Blood/Andrew Wheating, track 2007 Jessie Chatfi eld, soccer 2006 Jen May, lacrosse 2005 Tommy Skipper, track 2004 Eric Mitchum, track 2003 Daria Panova, women’s tennis 2002 Luke Jackson/Luke Ridnour, basketball 2001 Santiago Lorenzo, track 2000 Shaquala Williams, basketball 1999 Brianne Meharry, basketball 1998 Dietrich Moore, football 1997 Marie Davis, cross country/track

1996 Milena Glusac, cross country/track 1995 Kenya Wilkins, basketball 1994 Rick Cantwell, track 1993 LaReina Woods, volleyball/track 1992 Camara Jones, track 1991 Kelly Blair, basketball/track 1990 Dan Vidlak, wrestling 1989 Bill Musgrave, football 1988 Stefanie Kasperski, basketball 1987 Scott Kozak, football 1986 Keith Balderston, basketball 1985 Deanna Schiedler, track 1984 Sue Harbour, volleyball 1983 Kathy Hayes, track 1982 Eugene Young, football 1981 Leann Warren, track 1980 Bev Smith, basketball 1979 Melanie Batiste, track 1978 Rudy Chapa, track 1977 Sally Blickle, basketball/softball 1976 Jack Henderson, football 1975 Greg Ballard, basketball 1974 Ron Lee, basketball 1973 Don Reynolds, football/baseball 1972 Guy Krause, baseball 1971 Steve Prefontaine, track 1970 Tom Graham, football 1969 Larry Holliday, basketball 1968 John Miller, wrestling 1967 Gary Schultz, baseball 1966 John Pinkstaff , basketball 1965 Keith Lampard, baseball 1964 Bob Mitchell, wrestling 1963 Terry DeSylvia, football 1962 Ted Abram, track 1961 Vic Reeve, track 1960 Dyrol Burleson, track 1959 George Larson, track 1958 Mike Forrester, track 1957 Steve Anderson, track 1956 John Raventos, football 1955 Phil McHugh, football/basketball

Retired Numbers 10 14 24 18 20 22 28 30 32 42

Terrell Brandon, Men’s Basketball Sue Harbor, Volleyball Bev Smith, Women’s Basketball John Dick , Men’s Basketball Bob Anet, Men’s Basketball Urgel (Slim) Wintermute, Men’s Basketball Lauren (Laddie) Gale, Men’s Basketball Ron Lee, Men’s Basketball Wally Johansen, Men’s Basketball Greg Ballard, Men’s Basketball

• HALL OF FAME

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ore than a century of athletic heritage is the focal point behind the recognition of some of the University of Oregon’s greatest athletic immortals of all time with the founding of Oregon’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 1992. Spearheaded by former director of athletics Bill Byrne, the formation of the Hall was established to permanently honor athletes, coaches and administrators who have been a part of the UO’s rich athletic heritage over the course of decades. The select few who are elected for induction represents the very best the University of Oregon has to offer and who have brought honor to themselves and teammates. Each spring the selection committee reviews the candidates, with all nominees’ eligibility for induction commencing 10 years following their departure from the University. Plaques honoring each of the inductees and their achievements are permanently displayed as part of the University’s Hall of Champions, located on the second floor of the Len Casanova Athletic Center. The showcase is divided into three distinct areas that pay tribute to great Oregon athletes of the past. The Hall’s main corridor features an array of showcases housing many of the trophies and plaques won by Oregon teams and athletes over the years. The north wing contains depictions of memorable sports moments, traditions and achievements in UO lore. It includes time lines that show the development of the University’s athletic department as well as the evolution of the equipment and traditions that have made the Oregon experience what it is today. Reserved for the south wing is Oregon’s Hall of Fame, where the greatest sports immortals are enshrined as the very best the University has to offer and who have brought honor to the educational institution as well as their teammates. The athletic showcase is open to the public free of charge weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and four hours prior to the start of every home football game. Twenty-seven individuals and three teams were included among the Hall of Fame’s inaugural class of inductees in 1992, and the current Hall of Fame now encompasses 169 individual honorees as well as 20 select teams.

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LETTERWINNERS

Andrews, Erin 2003, 04, 05, 06 Berney, Kristen 1996 Berry, Dawn 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Bleyhl, Laura 1991 Bristow, Cathryn 2006, 07, 08, 09 Bristow, Karen 1996, 98, 99 Brune, Kim 1987 Burton, Sara 1987 Carlyon, Jessica 2002, 03, 04, 05 Casey, Leigh 1991, 93, 94, 95 Cho, Kathy 2001, 02 Cole, Shelby 1990, 91 Cox, Kathleen 1989 Crawford, Nancy 1990, 91, 92 Cunningham, Katie 2001, 02, 03, 04 Cunningham, Kimi 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Davis, Annie 2002, 03 Dyer, Raphaela 2011 Eastick, Felicia 2007, 08, 09, 10 Edwards, Ashley 2009, 10, 11 Eickmann, Anna 1996 Eilers, Jeanne 1996 Elieff, Amy 1990, 91, 93, 94 Erickson, Lacy 2001, 02, 03 Giersdorf, Rebecca 1992, 93, 94, 95

Rebecca Giersdorf 1994 Most Inspirational Award Winner

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Graf, Monika 2009, 10, 11 Hall, Jennifer 1989 Haney, Carol 1987 Hare, Shannon 1992, 93, 94, 95 Heckeroth, Megan 1999, 2001 Heuser, Anika 1998, 2000 Hickle, Cheyenne 2010, 11 Hildahl, Kate 2007, 08, 09, 10 Holte, Heather 1996 Hornung, Leigh 1989, 90, 91, 92 Hunter, Claire 1999, 2000, 01 Huston, Heather 1989 Kawada, Michie 1996 Keller, Tara 1996 Larsen, Sue 1987 Lewton, Diana 1989 Little, Kendra 2008, 09, 10, 11 Mack, Cappy 1993, 94 Maier, Shannon 1990, 91, 92, 93 Manczak, Beth 1989, 91, 92 McCready, Kim 2004, 05, 06, 07 Melrose, Kim 2002, 03 Mills, Karly 1992, 93, 94, 95 Nealy, Johnna 2002, 03, 04, 05 Omlid, Erica 2008, 09, 10, 11

Kathy Cho 2002 Academic All-American 2002 MVP

Patterson, Paula 1995, 96, 98 Pianalto, Anna 1989, 90, 92, 93 Ressler, Blair 2008 Riddle, Starla 1990 Rizzo, Angie 1998, 99, 00 Roh, Susie 1993, 94, 95, 96 Schuberg, Nancy 1987 Schumacher, Lisa 1987 Schumacher, Lisa 1989 Seefried, Jaime 2002, 03, 04 Sills, Avery 2010, 11 Smith, Julia 2000, 01 Smith, Stacy Jo 1993 Sowden, Pam 1998, 99, 2000 Taylor, Brooke 1994, 96 Thomas, Michelle 1989 Timpani, Michelle 2003, 04, 05, 06 Tomori, Christel 1993, 94, 95, 96 Wenslow, Therese 2003, 04, 06, 07 Wenslow, Victoria 2005, 06, 07 White, Jerilyn 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Wilson, Kylie 1996, 98, 2000 Wong, Leanne 1993 Yamada, Starla 1989, 90, 91, 92 Yonemoto, Lynn 1989, 90, 91

Starla Yamada ‘92 Pac-10 All-Star Tournament Participant

Annie Davis 2003 Most Improved Award Winner

Lynn Yonemoto 1991 Jackson Award Winner

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Oregon Athletics

Michael Gottfredson

Rob Mullens

University President • First Year

Director of Athletics • Second Year

Dr. Michael R. Gottfredson began his tenure as the University of Oregon’s 17th president on Aug. 1, 2012. Previously, he was a professor of Criminology, Law, and Society and of Sociology at the University of California, Irvine, where he also served as the executive vice chancellor and provost since 2000. Gottfredson holds a Ph.D. and an M.A. from the State University of New York at Albany; and an A.B. from the University of California at Davis. His research and teaching specialties are the causes of crime and delinquency and the criminal justice process. He (with Travis Hirschi) is well known for the development of the self-control theory of crime and delinquency and for the study of how these behaviors relate to age. The theory has stimulated a great deal of research and their description of how and why age relates to crime has become central to research, theory and policy about crime and delinquency. His work on victimization led to the development of the “lifestyle/opportunity” theory of criminal victimization, a prominent explanation for differential risks from crime. His systematic study (with Don Gottfredson) of how arrest, prosecution and sentencing decisions are made in criminal justice contributed to greater understanding of the use of discretion and to the widespread use of structured guidelines in the criminal law. In addition, he led a major expansion of the UC-Irvine infrastructure, blending state, campus and private support. He helped to create the California Institute for Telecommunications and Technology, including the construction of a $55 million research facility, and the new public law school. He is the author or editor (with others) of several books, including Control Theories of Crime and Delinquency (2003); Personal Liberty and Community Safety (1995); The Generality of Deviance (1994); A General Theory of Crime (1990); Decision-making in Criminal Justice (1988); Positive Criminology (1987); Policy Guidelines for Bail: An Experiment in Court Reform (1985); Understanding Crime (1980); and Victims of Personal Crime (1978). He has published numerous articles in journals, including Criminology, American Journal of Sociology, American Sociological Review, Advances in Criminological Theory, and various law reviews. He has frequently consulted with state, county, and federal governments concerning criminal justice policy. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Criminology and was the Andersen Consulting “Professor of the Year” in 1996 at the University of Arizona’s College of Business and Public Administration. Prior to joining UC-Irvine, Gottfredson served in several positions at the University of Arizona from 1985 to 2000, including interim senior vice president for academic affairs and provost, vice provost and vice president of Undergraduate Education. Other academic positions Gottfredson has held include associate professor at The Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, California, from 1983-1985; associate professor of Sociology, University of Illinois, Urbana, from 1981 to 1983; assistant professor at the Graduate School of Criminal Justice, State University of New York at Albany from 1977 to 1979; and director of the Criminal Justice Research Center in Albany, New York, from 1976 to 1979. He is married to Karol Gottfredson, who was the coordinator of the Intern Teacher Credential Program at UC-Irvine. The Gottfredsons have one daughter, Katherine, a son, Bryan, and daughter-in-law, Meghan, and two young granddaughters. www.GoDucks.com

• ADMINISTRATION

Since being named the University of Oregon’s 12th director of intercollegiate athletics on July 15, 2010, Rob Mullens has wasted little time in putting his own stamp on the continual success of the Ducks’ athletics department while being the beneficiary of one of the most successful eras in school history. Mullens arrived at Oregon from the University of Kentucky, where he served as deputy director of athletics and managed day-to-day operations for Kentucky’s 22-sport athletics department, with an annual operating budget of $79 million. In his brief tenure in Eugene, he has implemented his philosophy of financial effiency while overseeing an $93.5 million budget for the coming year, in addition to enhancing the department’s model of selfsufficiency. He has assisted with the continued success of a football program that has been surpassed by few nationally, with the Ducks claiming an unprecedented three straight conference championships while becoming the only school in the country to appear in a third consecutive BCS bowl game following the 2011 season. Following an appearance in the 2011 BCS National Championship Game, Oregon posted a win over Wisconsin in the 2012 Rose Bowl Game. In fact, 15 of the school’s 19 intercollegiate sports advanced to the post season during the 2011-12 season, including women’s indoor track & field and acrobatics and tumbling which both claimed national championships. In addition, the Ducks finished 24th in the country in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup competition as the top program in the country fielding 18 sports or less. He also was at the helm as the Ducks opened their spectacular Matthew Knight Arena, which plays host to the school’s men’s and women’s basketball teams, women’s volleyball and acrobatics and tumbling, in addition to benefitting the entire Eugene-Springfield communities as a state-of-the-art venue for concerts, cultural forums and world-class entertainment. Off the field, Mullens was just as excited to witness an accumulated graduation rate of 74 percent among all of the Ducks’ student-athletes, a single-season best six first-team Capital One Academic All-Americans and 105 academic all-conference honorees. His background is in accounting and auditing, and he promoted sound fiscal management and self-sufficiency at the University of Kentucky. During his total of eight years at Kentucky, the athletic department’s operating budget expanded by nearly 70 percent. Fundraising for the department hit record levels each of the past seven years prior to his departure. Prior to being named deputy director of athletics at Kentucky in 2006, Mullens began as the university’s executive associate director of athletics in 2002. He served at the University of Maryland from 1996 to 2002, starting as assistant director of athletics for business and ultimately as executive senior associate director of athletics and chief of staff. The 43-year-old West Virginia native was senior athletics business manager at the University of Miami (Fla.) from 1994 to 1996, and prior to that he was an accountant/auditor at Ernst & Young in Raleigh, N.C. Mullens earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s in sport management from West Virginia University in 1991 and 1993, respectively. He and his wife, Jane, have two sons - Cooper and Tanner.

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