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Zach Doty

Ashley Teague

David James

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Jeremy Provence

Lindsey kellaway

2011 Media Guide

Tristan Cooper

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Jeremy Provence

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Ashley Teague

+ Table of Contents University of the Ozarks Location Clarksville, Arkansas (7,719) Founded 1834 Enrollment 650 Nickname Eagles School Colors Purple & Gold Course Ozarks Field National Affiliation NCAA III Conference American Southwest President Dr. Rick Niece Athletic Director Jimmy Clark Web Site www.ozarks.edu Team History Season of Cross Country (M/W) 16th/16th NCAA Appearances (M/W) 0/0 NCAA Individual Championships (M/W) 0/0 Conference Team Championships (M/W) 1/0 Conference Ind. Championships (M/W) 1/0 2010 Conference Finish (M/W) 2nd/9th Men’s Letterwinners (Returning/Lost) 7/4 Women’s Letterwinners (Returning/Lost) 4/2 Coaching Staff Head Coach Alma Mater, Yr. Office Phone E-mail

Brian Hull (4th season) Univ. of the Ozarks, ‘02 479-979-1400 bhull@ozarks.edu

Sports Information Staff Sports Information Director Josh Peppas Alma Mater Univ. of the Ozarks, ‘00 Office Phone 479-979-1483 Cell Phone 479-746-1264 E-mail Address jpeppas@ozarks.edu Chief Athletic Photographer Zach Doty Student Assistant Kaitlyn Williams Student Assistant Emily Black Web Site eagles.ozarks.edu

tristan cooper 2011 Cover Featured on the 2011 media guide cover are Zach Doty, David James, Jeremy Provence, Tristan Cooper, Ashley Teague, Tadera Garland, Lindsey Kellaway and Samantha Sparks.

Media Guide Credits Editor Layout & Design Photography

Josh Peppas Josh Peppas Zach Doty, Brian Hull

The 2011 men’s and women’s cross country media guide is a publication from the Sports Information Office. The media guide was produced with Adobe InDesign CS4 and Photoshop CS4.

General Information Quick Facts Sports Information Contact Media Information Media Coverage

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Administration & Staff Dr. Rick Niece, President Jimmy Clark, Athletic Director Chad Floyd, Head Athletic Trainer Staff Directory

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Coaching Staff Head Coach Brian Hull

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2011 Preview 2011 Team Preview 2011 Team Roster 2011 Team Picture

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2011 Men’s Profiles Tristan Cooper Zach Doty David James Jeremy Provence Trent Ueunten Matthew Friant Max Hilgendorf Newcomers

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2011 Women’s Profiles Tadera Garland Lindsey Kellaway Ashley Teague Samantha Sparks Newcomers

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2011 Opponents 2011 Opponent Quick Facts

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2010 Season Review 2010 Men’s Season In Review & Results 2010 Women’s Season In Review & Results 2010 Men’s ASC Review 2010 Women’s ASC Review

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History Men’s Program Records Women’s Program Records Men’s Honors & Awards Women’s Honors & Awards Men’s Year-By-Year Results Women’s Year-By-Year Results Men’s All-Time Letterwinners Women’s All-Time Letterwinners

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American Southwest Conference ASC Staff ASC Overview

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This Is Ozarks Campus Overview Academics Ozarks Outdoors Ozarks In Pictures

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media information + Josh Peppas Sports Information Dir. Josh Peppas is in his eleventh year as Sports Information Director at Ozarks. He additionally serves as the Assistant to the Director of Athletics. Peppas is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Sports Information Office, including maintaining the athletic web site and promoting Ozarks’ ten sports. He is an active member of College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA). Peppas has had a combined twelve media guides earn “Best in the Nation” citations from CoSIDA the past four years. The cover of the 2008 women’s soccer media guide was named the nation’s best in its category, and the baseball media guide has been voted the top NCAA III guide the past three years. The 2011 baseball media guide earned CoSIDA’s top award for all NCAA II and NCAA III schools. Peppas also produces Eagle Insider , a quarterly alumni E-Magazine for the athletic department. A native of Ozark, Ark., he earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Ozarks in 2000. He and his wife, Kelli, are the parents of Brant (6) and Brayden (3). Sports Information Office: Josh Peppas, SID jpeppas@ozarks.edu Office: 479.979.1483 Cell: 479.746.1264 Kaitlyn Williams, Student Assistant kwill7156@ozarks.edu Zach Doty, Chief Photographer zdoty@ozarks.edu Emily Black, Student Assistant eblac540@ozarks.edu Mailing Address: University of the Ozarks 415 College Avenue Clarksville, AR 72830 Sports Information Fax: 479-979-1330

Kaitlyn Williams Student Assistant Kaitlyn Williams begins her second year in the Sports Information Office as a student assistant. Williams, a senior from Clarksville, is a member of the soccer team, where she has been on the American Southwest Conference AllAcademic Team for two years. She has also been ASC All-Academic for sports information. She is majoring in strategic communications. Her campus involvement includes Alpha & Omega Ministries, Baptist Collegiate Ministries, the skeet shooting club, and the student foundation board. Additionally, she has served as a peer mentor. Emily Black Student Assistant Emily Black begins her first year as a student assistant. Black, a native of Clarksville, was the editor of the Clarksville High School Panther newspaper the past two years. Black was valedictorian of the 2011 graduating class at Clarksville and was also an active member of the CHS Student Council as well as being Planet Club President. Black currently blogs for the WNBA web site www.shesaballer. com. She is majoring in marketing and hopes to turn her passion for sports into an eventual career. Zach Doty Chief Photographer Zach Doty is in his fourth year as the chief athletic department photographer. Doty, of Robinson, Texas, is a senior marketing/strategic communications major. Doty is a member of the cross country team, coordinator of advancement in SCM Studio and named to the Dean’s List. Doty has been a member of the ASC All-Academic Team for both cross country and sports information. Prior to Ozarks, Doty worked at a Waco, Texas, ABC television affiliate and operated his professional freelance studio in Waco. While at Ozarks, Doty has interned with several nationally renowned independent advertising agencies and organizations.

Coverage Ozarks maintains a comprehensive official athletic department web site. Upto-date information, including schedules, statistics, rosters and news releases for all ten varsity sports are provided. Biographical information for players and coaches provide in-depth coverage found only on www.eagles.ozarks.edu. Media guides for each sport along with general department news, cross country-related links, Aerie Club and Hall of Fame information are found on the site. Credentials Media or photo credentials are not required for admittance to Ozarks cross country races for working media. Press Services Media guides are available to interested media members. Additional information is available by request. Official results can be obtained at the conclusion of the meet. Interviews All athlete and coach interviews must be arranged through the Sports Information Office. Print Media The Johnson County Graphic Publisher: Christene Fisher, 479.754.2005 www.thegraphic.com The Russellville Courier Sports Editor: Sean Ingram, 479.968.5252 www.couriernews.com Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Sports Editor: Wally Hall, 501.378.3411 www.ardemgaz.com Radio KXIO 106.9 FM - Clarksville, AR Sports: Blaine Leeds, 479.705.1069 River Valley Radio - Russellville, AR (KCJC-KWKK-KVLD-KVOM-KCAB) Sports: Aaron Thomas, 479.968.6816 KDYN 96.7 FM - Ozark, AR Sports: Marc Dietz, 479.667.4567 KUOZ 100.5 Radio Station - Clarksville, AR Advisor: Susan Edens, 479.979.1450 Cross Country-Related Links www.ASCsports.org www.ncaasports.com www.ustfccca.org

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+ administration & staff directory Dr. Rick Niece President Raised in a small town (pop. 900) in Ohio, Dr. Rick Niece attended a school that housed all classes, grades 1-12, in one building. After graduating from high school, Dr. Niece attended Ohio State University where he received a bachelor of science degree with majors in English and speech. His master’s degree and Ph.D. are from Kent State University. Dr. Niece began his professional career in education as a high school English and speech teacher. He subsequently held a variety of administrative positions at the public school level: department chair, supervisor, assistant principal, curriculum director, and assistant superintendent. In 1988, Dr. Niece left the public school sector and became an assistant professor and special assistant to the dean at Kent State University in Ohio. He later went to Walsh University in Canton, Ohio where he served in several positions: professor, academic dean, provost, executive vice president, and interim president. In 1997, Dr. Niece was named president of the University of the Ozarks. He and his wife, Sheree, currently live in Clarksville. University Administration Rick Niece, Ph.D. President

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Steve Edmisten, MA Executive Vice President

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Daniel Taddie, Ph.D. 979-1430 Senior Vice President, Academic Affairs Kim Myrick, MA 979-1421 Vice Pres. for Enrollment Management Jeff Scaccia, MBA 979-1310 Chief Financial Officer Darrell Williams, BS Business Manager

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Sherrie Arey, MS 979-1211 Dean of Residential and Campus Life Rick Otto, MS 979-1351 Director of Information & Technology Larry Isch, MS 979-1420 Director of University and Public Relations

Jimmy Clark Athletic Director Jimmy Clark begins his sixth year as the Athletic Director and his eleventh year as head baseball coach. As Athletic Director, he is responsible for all aspects of the athletic department, with oversight

of 17 staff members. A former baseball standout at the University of Central Arkansas, Clark was named the 2005 American Southwest Conference East Division Baseball Coach of the Year after leading the Eagles to their first winning season in nearly a decade. Clark’s 2007 club earned a spot in the playoffs for the first time since 1996. The 2008 team went 32-11, the best record in school history, and made the playoffs. That team was ranked as high as 14th by D3baseball.com during the season. Two of his players from the 2008 club earned All-America honors from D3baseball.com and another was named to the ABCA/Rawlings All-America Team. A native of Conway, Ark., he earned his bachelor’s degree in mathematics from UCA and his master’s degree in secondary education from University of Arkansas-Little Rock. Clark and his wife, Kelli, have two sons, Dax and Cole. Athletic Directory - Area Code: 479 Jimmy Clark, Athletic Director 979-1484 jclark@ozarks.edu Josh Peppas, Sports Information 979-1483 jpeppas@ozarks.edu Chad Floyd, Head Athletic Trainer 979-1472 cfloyd@ozarks.edu Baseball Office Jimmy Clark, Head Coach 979-1409 jclark@ozarks.edu Robert Mummey, Assistant Coach 979-1409 rmummey@ozarks.edu Men’s Basketball Office Doug Boxell, Head Coach dboxell@ozarks.edu Travis Rogers, Assistant Coach trogers@ozarks.edu Women’s Basketball Office Carl Ramsey, Head Coach cramsey@ozarks.edu Alex Holland, Assistant Coach aholl538@ozarks.edu Cross Country Office Brian Hull, Head Coach bhull@ozarks.edu

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Chad Floyd Athletic Trainer Chad Floyd is in his eleventh year as the full-time head athletic trainer. A native of Ozark, Ark., he began his athletic training career with the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith. He then went to Arkansas Tech University for three years and on to the Minnesota Twins minor league system. He worked two years with Cooper Clinic Sports Medicine where he oversaw numerous area high schools. He holds state, district and national training certifications and has an Arkansas teaching certificate in health and physical education. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, Southwest Athletic Trainers Association and Arkansas Athletic Trainers Association. Floyd received the University’s Alvin C. Broyles Outstanding Professional Staff Award, given to a member of the professional staff who has demonstrated exemplary dedication, professionalism and ability in his or her position, for the 2007-2008 school year. Floyd is a 1995 graduate of Arkansas Tech University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education. He and his wife, Mary, are the parents of one son, Jalen. Men’s Soccer Office John Cossaboon, Head Coach jcossaboon@ozarks.edu Matt Torok, Assistant Coach mtorok@ozarks.edu Women’s Soccer Office Bryan Drotar, Head Coach bdrotar@ozarks.edu Vicky Johnson, Assistant Coach vjohnson@ozarks.edu Softball Office Laurie Adkins, Head Coach ladkins@ozarks.edu Stacy O’Mary, Assistant Coach somary@ozarks.edu Tennis Office Shaun Wiseman, Head Coach swiseman@ozarks.edu Chad Mann, Assistant Coach cmann@ozarks.edu

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Mailing Address: University of the Ozarks 415 College Avenue Clarksville, AR 72830

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head coach brian hull + Brian Hull Head Coach Brian Hull begins his fourth year as the Head Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Coach. Hull, a native of Eureka Springs, Ark., was the assistant men’s and women’s cross country coach at Ozarks from 2001-2003. Hull has quickly transformed the men’s and women’s cross country teams into competitive regional programs. The 2010 season was another banner year for each program. The men’s team finished second at the American Southwest Conference championships, its highest finish since 1996. Hull also coached three All-Conference runners, the ASC Freshman of the Year and the ASC Sportsmanship Athlete of the Year. Six of his men’s runners received conference All-Academic honors. Two of his runners were named to the USTFCCCA All-Region Team and one of his runners was voted the school’s Male Athlete of the Year. On the women’s side, Hull’s program produced a member of the Capital One Academic All-America Team, the only ASC school to do so, and a pair of conference All-Academic honorees during the 2010 campaign. His men’s team had five top-5 finishes in 2010 and three during the 2009 season. He has had a number of runners compete at the NCAA III regionals. In 2009, one of his runners earned USTFCCCA All-Region Team honors, while two were named to the ASC All-Conference Team. He had a combined six runners earn ASC All-Academic Team status that year. Hull coached the men’s ASC Freshman of the Year in 2008. Hull’s success at Ozarks began as a student - he was a four-year cross country letterman at Ozarks and was named All-Conference in 1997. He was American Southwest Conference Runner of the Week twice during his career. He graduated from Ozarks in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. He earned his master’s degree in college student personnel from Arkansas Tech University in 2007. He and his wife, Elizabeth, are the parents of Kaden and Evan.

BRIAN HULL PROFILE Education: University of the Ozarks ‘02, B.S. Marketing Arkansas Tech University ‘07, M.S. College Student Personnel Head Coaching Experience: University of the Ozarks (2008-present) Assistant Coaching Experience: University of the Ozarks (2001-2003) Hull Notables: • Coached 2010 men’s team to second- place finish at ASC championships, its highest finish since 1996 • Had a pair of runners earn USTFCCCA All- Region honors in 2010 • Coached programs first Capital One Aca- demic All-American in 2010 • Three men’s runners were named to the All-Conference Team during 2010 • Had ASC Men’s Freshman of the Year in 2008 and 2010 • 2009 Team had six runners on the ASC All- Academic Team • Coached first USTFCCCA All-Region run ner in program history • 13 runners competed in the NCAA III South/Southeast Regionals in 2010 • Four runners competed in the NCAA III South/Southeast Regionals in 2009 • 2009 men’s team had three top-5 finishes USTFCCCA All-Region Runners Under Hull: • David James (2008) • David James (2009) • Tristan Cooper (2010) • David James (2010) All-ASC Runners Under Hull: • David James (2008) • David James (2009) • Tristan Cooper (2009) • Tristan Cooper (2010) • Matt Friant (2010) • David James (2010) ASC Freshman of the Year Under Hull: • David James (2008) • Matt Friant (2010)

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+ 2011 Season Preview Head Coach Brian Hull is hoping that his returning runners will reap the benefits of their past collegiate racing experiences.

Experience to Propel Ozarks Cross Country Teams Across Finish Line

Coming off a season in which the men’s team finished as conference runner-up for the first time in over a decade, the Ozarks cross country programs are striving for continued improvement. Driven by the expectations set after last season’s success, the men’s team will compete with eight runners this year. Ozarks returns 2010-11 Athlete of the Year award winner Tristan Cooper, along with three other seniors. “We’ve got a lot of leadership and a lot of experience,” said Hull of his men’s squad. “I think that’s going to help some of our younger runners develop.” Cooper, who finished second at the ASC Championships last season, is one of the team’s most seasoned runners and best leaders. It is hoped that his award winning season last year will add some momentum to this year’s team and help catapult the program into a more recognized group of athletes. “Tristan holds that expectation to do better than he did last year and exceed this year’s expectations,” said Hull. “He is well deserved in that award and the amount of time and energy he puts into it and plus his academics are outstanding. The thing I really like about him receiving that award is that it gives our program some recognition.” On the women’s side, the squad returns four runners. The team remains focused on moving up the conference ranks from their position at the end of last season. Hull is also hoping to get one of his female runners recognized in some way at the conference or regional level. “The first goal is of course to do well and improve throughout the season, and once we get to conference in the end of October, just to move up from where we were last year,” said Hull. “Another great goal though would be to try and get one of the ladies into a position to receive some type of conference recognition and then go on to regionals.” With the team’s collegiate level running experience and work ethic, the women’s squad should have little trouble achieving their immediate goal of improvement. “They’re just a really good group of girls to coach so I think it makes it a little bit easier to get them to do what they need to be doing, and then with them working as hard as they do to try to achieve their goals, our numbers will be better; the girls will be stronger as a whole.”

David James and Tristan Cooper As long as his runners put everything they have into each competition, Hull will be able to consider the season a success. However, he is counting on both team’s experience to propel them across the finish line with improved times. The team’s will open the season in September at the Memphis Twilight and then travel to Missouri before coming home to host the first race in school history since joining NCAA III. Ozarks will also host the Arkansnas NCAA III Championships on October 19 in what will be only the school’s second ever home cross country event.

2011 Men’s and Women’s Schedule Sep 3 Memphis Twilight 8:30 pm Sep 17 Southern Stampede 9:00 am Oct 1 Ozarks Invitational Home 10:00 am Oct 7 Mississippi College Invitational 4:30 pm Oct 19 Arkansas D-III Championships 4:00 pm Oct 29 ASC Championships @ Seguin, TX Nov 12 NCAA III Regional @ Seguin, TX Nov 19 NCAA III Championships

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2011 roster + Pronunciation Guide Trent Ueunten: OO-Ta-Nay Class Breakdown Seniors: Tristan Cooper, Zach Doty, David James, Jeremy Provence Junior: Trent Ueunten Sophomores: Matt Friant, Max Hilgendorf Freshmen: Robert Elder Breakdown By State Arkansas: Robert Elder, David James, Tristan Cooper, Jeremy Provence, Matt Friant, Max Hilgendorf Texas: Zach Doty California: Trent Ueunten L to R: Head Coach Brian Hull, Matt Friant, Robert Elder, Trent Ueunten, Zach Doty, Max Hilgendorf, Tristan Cooper, David James and Jeremy Provence. Robert Elder Max Hilgendorf Matt Friant Trent Ueunten Zach Doty Jeremy Provence Tristan Cooper David James

Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Junior Senior Senior Senior Senior

Ozark, AR (Subiaco Academy) Fort Smith, AR (Union Christian Academy) Conway, AR (Conway HS) San Jose, CA (Westmont HS) Robinson, TX (Midway HS) Winslow, AR (Mountainburg HS) Jasper, AR (Arkansas School for M&S) Parthenon, AR (Jasper HS)

Class Breakdown Seniors: Tadera Garland, Lindsey Kellaway, Ashley Teague Junior: Samantha Sparks Sophomores: Brooxie Dossey, Kara Willbanks Breakdown By State Arkansas: Brooxie Dossey, Tadera Garland, Samantha Sparks, Ashley Teague, Kara Willbanks Texas: Lindsey Kellaway

L to R: Head Coach Brian Hull, Brooxie Dossey, Samantha Sparks, Ashley Teague, Kara Willbanks, Lindsey Kellaway and Tadera Garland. Ashley Teague Lindsey Kellaway Brooxie Dossey Kara Willbanks Samantha Sparks Tadera Garland

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Lavaca, AR (Lavaca HS) Dallas, TX (The Colony HS) Clarksville, AR (DeQueen HS) Fort Smith, AR (Southside HS) Bella Vista, AR (Bentonville HS) Pelsor, AR (Deer HS)

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Tristan Cooper jasper, Ark. Ark School For Math & Sciences Senior

2010 (Junior) Named to the USTFCCCA All-Region Team...Named to the ASC All-Conference First Team...Named Ozarks’ Male Athlete of the Year...Finished 13th in the NCAA III regional, setting a personal-best in the 8K (26:07)...Finished just seven seconds away from qualifying for the NCAA III national race...Finished second at the ASC Championships, while helping the team to its highest finish since 1996...Finished seventh at the Rhodes College Invitational...Ran the third-fastest 8K time in school history at the NCAA III regional (26:07)...Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.

Personality Profile Favorite Meal: Pizza Favorite Movie: The Hangover Favorite Book: When I Was Little I Wanted To Be A: Man Favorite TV Show: Big Bang Theory When I’m Not Running You’ll Find Me: Working What I’m Most Proud Of: My work ethic Furthest Place I’ve Traveled: England I’d Like To Visit: France My Favorite Class At Ozarks: Land Use and Space Something Unique About Me: I’m hardcore If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People, I Would Invite: Jeremy Provence, Asian Spin, Andrea Muffuletto

2008 Arkansas Twilight (4-mile) Bob Gravett Invitational (8K) UALR Open (8K) Lyon College Invitational (8K) Lambuth Invitational (8K) ASC Championships (5-mile) NCAA III Regional (8K)

22:38 26 (24th) 29:57.00 28:34.06 (29th) 27:53.22 (3rd) 28:04 (3rd) 27:59.0 (18th) 28:35.5 (97th)

2009 Memphis Twilight (4-mile) 21:45.87 (54th) Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 21:11.1 (18th) Rhodes Invitational (8K) 28:02 (9th) Lyon College Invitational (8K) 31:39.43 (5th) Harding Stampede (8K) DNP ASC Championships (8K) 28:46.80 (8th) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 28:54 (41st) 2010 Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 21:51.58 (19th) Texas-Tyler Invitational (8K) 28:25 (12th) Memphis Twilight (8K) 26:22.41 (87th) Rhodes College Invitational (8K) 26:46 (7th) ASC Championships (8K) 26:52.47 (2nd) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 26:07 (13th) Career-Best Times 8K: 4-mile: 5-mile:

2009 (Sophomore) Named to the ASC All-Conference Second Team...Finished 8th at the ASC Championships...Finished fifth at the 8K Lyon College Invitational...Competed in the 8K NCAA III Regional, running a 28:54...Ran a personalbest 28:02 at the Rhodes College Invitational...Had a top-20 finish in the 4-mile Arkansas Tech Twilight...Had three top-10 finishes...Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. 2008 (Freshman) Ran a season-best 28:04 in the 8K at the Lambuth Invitational...Finished third at both the Lambuth Invitational and Lyon College Invitational...Competed in the NCAA III regional. Arkansas School For Math & Sciences Four-time All-State and All-Conference performer...Helped Jasper HS to back-to-back state championships...Ran at Hot Springs High School as a junior and senior. Personal Son of David Cooper & Kim VanScoy...Majoring in Biology & Environmental Studies.

26:07 21:11.1 27:59.0

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Zach Doty robinson, TX Midway HS Senior

2010 (Junior) Competed in the ASC Championships... Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. 2009 (Sophomore) Posted a season-best 34:05.76 at the 8K Harding Stampede...Competed in the ASC Championships, running a 35:08.13... Finished 15th at the Lyon College Invitational (8K)...Ran a 27:03.25 at the 4-mile Arkansas Tech Twilight...Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. 2008 (Freshman) Ran a personal-best 33:59.46 at the 8K UALR Open...Finished 14th at the Lyon College Invitational...Competed in four meets, including the ASC Championships. Waco Midway High School Competed in baseball. Personality Profile Favorite Meal: Steak Favorite Movie: Casablanca Job I’d Most Like To Have: Advertising Executive Favorite TV Show: How I Met Your Mother When I Have Free Time I: Exercise, spend time with friends What I’m Most Proud Of: Continuing community service through high school and college One Word That Describes Me: Driven Best Cross Country Memory: 2009 Conference at Mississippi College, where we ran a flooded and muddy course I’d Like To Visit: Goa, India My Favorite Class At Ozarks: Web-Based Public Relations Favorite Pair Of Running Shoes: Brooks If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People, I would invite: CS Lewis, John F. Kennedy, “Shoeless” Joe Jackson

2008 Bob Gravett Invitational (8K) 36:17.00 UALR Open (8K) 33:59.46 (43rd) Lyon College Invitational (8K) 34:07.83 (14th) ASC Championships (5-mile) 33:33.0 (48th))

Personal Son of Brent and Wendy Doty...Majoring in Marketing/Strategic Communications.

2009 Memphis Twilight (4-mile) 28:21.58 (200th) Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 27:03.25 (49th) Rhodes Invitational (8K) 35:56 (79th) Lyon College Invitational (8K) 36:47.8 (15th) Harding Stampede (8K) 34:05.76 (44th) ASC Championships (8K) 35:08.13 (53rd) 2010 ASC Championships (8K)

Career-Best Times 8K: 4-mile: 5-mile:

36:19.48 (83rd)

33:59.46 27:03.25 33:33.0

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David James Parthenon, Ark. Jasper HS Senior

2010 (Junior) Named to the USTFCCCA All-Region Team after finishing 25th at the NCAA III South/ Southeast Regional...Named to the ASC All-Conference First Team...Named ASC Runner of the Week once...Ran top 8K time in the conference at the Memphis Twilight... Earned the ASC Sportsmanship Award... Ran the fastest 8K in school history at the Memphis Twilight (25:57.84)...Finished fifth in the ASC championships, his third straight top-10 finish at the conference race...Was 63rd out of 264 runners at Memphis Twilight...Posted three top-10 finishes...Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.

Personality Profile Favorite Meal: Spaghetti Favorite Movie: Without Limits Job I’d Most Like To Have: College track coach Favorite TV Show: Family Guy When I Have Free Time I: Hang out with friends What I’m Most Proud Of: Running at college level One Word That Describes Me: Humble Best Cross Country Memory: Winning four state cross country titles in a row I’d Like To Visit: England My Favorite Class At Ozarks: All of Dr. Elmore’s classes Favorite Pair Of Running Shoes: Asics If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People, I would invite: Coach Hull, my grandpa, my sister

2008 Arkansas Twilight (4-mile) 22:20 (21st) Bob Gravett Invitational (8K) 29:03.00 (2nd) UALR Open (8K) 27:04.05 (19th) Lyon College Invitational (8K) 27:40.52 (2nd) Lambuth Invitational (8K) 27:45 (2nd) ASC Championships (5-mile) 27:12.4 (9th) NCAA III Regional (8K) 27:55.7 (74th) 2009 Memphis Twilight (4-mile) Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) Rhodes Invitational (8K) Lyon College Invitational (8K) Harding Stampede (8K) ASC Championships (8K) NCAA III Regionals (8K)

22:11.59 (75th) 21:28.83 (21st) 28:10 (10th) 29:22.61 (2nd) 27:49.54 (11th) 28:36.44 (6th) 28:26 (27th)

2010 Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 22:47.59 (32nd) Texas-Tyler Invitational (8K) 28:09 (10th) Memphis Twilight (8K) 25:57.84 (63rd) Rhodes College Invitational (8K) 26:52 (10th) ASC Championships (8K) 27:08.68 (5th) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 26:24 (25th) Career-Best Times 8K: 4-mile: 5-mile:

25:57.84 21:28.83 27:12.4

2009 (Sophomore) Named to the USTFCCCA All-Region Team after finishing 27th at the NCAA III South/ Southeast Regional...Named to the ASC All-Conference First Team...Earned ASC Runner of the Week once...Had three top-10 finishes, including a second-place finish at the 8K Lyon College Invitational... Ran a season-best 28:10 at the 8K Rhodes College Invitational...Finished 6th at the 8K ASC Championships...Posted a personalbest 21:28:83 at the 4-mile Arkansas Tech Twilight. 2008 (Freshman) Named the ASC Freshman of the Year... Named Second Team All-Conference... Posted a personal-best 27:04.05 at the 8K UALR Open, good enough for a top-20 finish against NCAA I and NCAA II participants...Had all but one 8K finish under 28 minutes...Competed in the NCAA III regional finishing 74th...Ran a 27:12.4 in the 5-mile ASC Championships, placing him 9th overall. Jasper High School Was the 2008 Class A Arkansas overall individual cross country champion... Was a four-time All-State performer... Helped Pirates to four straight state cross country championships...Won the 3200, 1600 and 800 championships in 2008. Personal Son of Denton and Tina James...Majoring in Physical Education.

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Jeremy Provence winslow, Ark. mountainburg HS Senior

2010 (Junior) Competed at the NCAA III Regional... Finished 46th at the ASC Championships, running a 31:06.00 in the 8K...Placed 45th at the Texas-Tyler Invitational...Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. 2009 (Sophomore) Posted a personal-best 29:57 at the 8K Rhodes College Invitational...Finished 19th at the ASC Championships, running a 30:45.64...Finished 6th at the Lyon College Invitational (8K)...Ran a season-best 22:38.71 in the 4-mile Arkansas Tech Twilight...Competed at the NCAA III Regional... Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.

Personality Profile Favorite Meal: Olive Garden – Spaghetti and Meatballs Favorite Movie: Rudy Favorite Book: Going Long When I Was Little I Wanted To Be A: Veterinarian Favorite TV Show: Big Bang Theory When I’m Not Running You’ll Find Me: Working What I’m Most Proud Of: Family Furthest Place I’ve Traveled: North Carolina I’d Like To Visit: Hawaii My Favorite Class At Ozarks: Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries Something Unique About Me: I grew up on a farm/sawmill If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People, I Would Invite: Ryan Hall, Usain Bolt, Bernard Lagat

2008 Arkansas Twilight (4-mile) Bob Gravett Invitational (8K) UALR Open (8K) Lyon College Invitational (8K) Lambuth Invitational (8K) ASC Championships (5-mile) NCAA III Regional (8K)

2008 (Freshman) Had a pair of top-10 finishes...Was 5th at the Lambuth Invitational and 7th at the Lyon College Invitational...Ran a seasonbest 29:58.92 at the 8K UALR Open... Competed in the ASC Championships and NCAA III Regional. 24:56 (37th) 31:50.00 29:58.92 (38th) 30:09.70 (7th) 30:06 (5th) 29:24.8 (27th) 30:22.7 (135th)

2009 Memphis Twilight (4-mile) 23:19.19 (124th) Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 22:38.71 (29th) Rhodes Invitational (8K) 29:57 (36th) Lyon College Invitational (8K) 31:47.29 (6th) Harding Stampede (8K) 30:28.42 (35th) ASC Championships (8K) 30:45.64 (19th) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 30:31 (90th)

Mountainburg High School Named All-State, All-Conference and team Most Valuable Runner as a senior...Finished 3rd at the conference meet (18:15)... Placed 12th at the state cross country meet (18:30)...Ran a 18:00 at the District meet. Personal Son of Gerald and Denise Provence ...Majoring in Pre-Engineering/Mathematics.

2010 Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 24:11.22 (36th) Texas-Tyler Invitational (8K) 30:56 (45th) Memphis Twilight (8K) 29:18.63 (213th) Rhodes College Invitational (8K) 30:15 (76th) ASC Championships (8K) 31:06.00 (46th) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 30:44 (152nd) Career-Best Times 8K: 4-mile: 5-mile:

29:18.63 22:38.71 29:24.8

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trent ueunten san jose, calif. westmont HS junior

2010 (Sophomore) Competed in six races, posting a personalbest 29:27.45 in the 8K at the Memphis Twilight...Had a top-40 finish at the Arkansas Tech Twilight...Finished 31st at the ASC championships...Ran a 29:49 at the NCAA III regional...Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. 2009 (Freshman) Competed in six meets...Ran a 33:26.83 at the Harding Stampede...Finished 44th at the Arkansas Tech Twilight, running a 25:46.57 at the 4-mile race. Westmont High School Ran a season-best 18:42 in the 5K his senior year...Posted a 18:39 5K as a junior. Personal Son of Paul and Bobbie Ueunten...Majoring in Environmental Studies. 2009 Memphis Twilight (4-mile) 29:15.15 (202nd) Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 25:46.57 (44th) Rhodes Invitational (8K) 33:59 (72nd) Lyon College Invitational (8K) 34:35.4 (9th) Harding Stampede (8K) 33:26.83 (43rd) ASC Championships (8K) 35:04.08 (52nd) 2010 Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 25:12.97 (38th) Texas-Tyler Invitational (8K) 31:28 (51st) Memphis Twilight (8K) 29:27.45 (219th) Rhodes College Invitational (8K) 30:15 (77th) ASC Championships (8K) 29:45.32 (31st) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 29:49 (139th) Career-Best Times 8K: 4-mile:

Personality Profile Favorite Meal: Chicken wings Favorite Movie: Boondock Saints Job I’d Most Like To Have: Construction Favorite TV Show: My Name is Earl When I Have Free Time I: Play video games, hang out, clean up What I’m Most Proud Of: Family One Word That Describes Me: Sleepy Best Cross Country Memory: Junior year in High School I’d Like To Visit: Disney World My Favorite Class At Ozarks: College Algebra Favorite Pair Of Running Shoes: Nike Free If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People, I would invite: Robin Williams, Ken Watanabe, Freddie Mercury

29:27.45 25:012.97

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+ sophomore profile

matt friant conway, Ark. conway HS sophomore

2010 (Freshman) Named the ASC Freshman of the Year after finishing as the top freshman at the ASC championships...Ran a 27:54.18 at the ASC Championships for an 8th-place finish... Top 8K time came at the Memphis Twilight where he ran a 26:40.15...Finished 11th at the 8K Texas-Tyler Invitational...Placed 18th at the Rhodes College Invitational, running a 27:13 in the 8K. Conway High School Two-time All-State and a three-time AllConference selection during his prep career...Ran a season-best 16:24 in the 5K Chile Pepper his senior year...Helped team finish as state runner-up his sophomore and junior year...Led team to four straight conference championships

Personality Profile Favorite Meal: Anything Italian Favorite Movie: Brave Heart Job I’d Most Like To Have: Wildlife photographer for National Geographic Favorite TV Show: Man vs Wild When I Have Free Time I: Go fishing or spend quality time with my family and girlfriend What I’m Most Proud Of: Making All-State my junior and senior year One Word That Describes Me: Determined Best Cross Country Memory: Most-if not all-my junior year I’d Like To Visit: Australia My Favorite Class At Ozarks: Critical Inquiry Favorite Pair Of Running Shoes: Asic Nimbus If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People, I would invite: Bear Grylls, Ryan Hall, Reba McEntire

2010 Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 22:10.40 (23rd) Texas-Tyler Invitational (8K) 28:10 (11th) Memphis Twilight (8K) 26:40.15 (107th) Rhodes College Invitational (8K) 27:13 (18th) ASC Championships (8K) 27:54.18 (8th) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 28:05 (100th) Career-Best Times 8K: 4-mile:

Personal Son of Joel and Connie Friant...Majoring in Biology.

26:40.15 22:10.40

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sophomore profile +

max hilgendorf Fort Smith, Ark. union christian sophomore

2010 (Freshman) Competed in all six meets...Ran a seasonbest 31:44.69 in the 8K ASC championships...Placed 53rd at the ASC championships...Finished in top-100 at the Texas-Tyler Invitational. Union Christian Academy Named All-State and All-Conference as a junior and senior...Earned All-Conference his sophomore season...Team captain, team high point award and Eagles award as a senior...Finished 3rd at the 2A conference 5K (17:50) and the Magazine Invitational...Finished 5th at the Mansfield Invitational and the Elkins Invitational 5K. Personal Son of Jo Hilgendorf...Majoring in strategic communications.

Personality Profile Favorite Meal: Meat loaf Favorite Movie: American Outlaws Job I’d Most Like To Have: PR Director Favorite TV Show: NCIS When I Have Free Time I: Hang out with friends What I’m Most Proud Of: My past success One Word That Describes Me: Orange Best Cross Country Memory: 4th place finish in 31:44.69 state 25:16.92 I’d Like To Visit: Ireland My Favorite Class At Ozarks: Oral Communications Favorite Pair Of Running Shoes: Asics If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People, I would invite: Jesus, George Washington, Jennifer Aniston

2010 Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 25:16.92 Texas-Tyler Invitational (8K) 37:02 (87th) Memphis Twilight (8K) 32:37.45 (250th) Rhodes College Invitational (8K) 33:32 (101st) ASC Championships (8K) 31:44.69 (53rd) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 32:00 (156th) Career-Best Times 8K: 4-mile:

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+ FRESHMEN profile

Robert Elder Ozark, Ark. Subiaco Academy Freshman

Subiaco Academy Attended Subiaco Academy. Personal Son of Laura Elder...Majoring in Physical Education. Personality Profile Favorite Meal: Favorite Movie: Job I’d Most Like To Have: Favorite TV Show: When I Have Free Time I: What I’m Most Proud Of: One Word That Describes Me: Best Cross Country Memory: I’d Like To Visit: My Favorite Class At Ozarks: Favorite Pair Of Running Shoes: If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People, I would invite:

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senior profile +

Tadera Garland pelsor, Ark. deer hs senior

2010 (Junior) Ran a personal-best 26:25 at the 6K NCAA III regionals, giving her the third-fastest time in school history...Finished 129th at the NCAA III regionals...Finished 28th at the ASC Championships after running a 26:26.50... Posted a top-30 finish at the Arkansas Tech Twilight...Ran a 28:58.75 at the Texas-Tyler Invitational for a 45th-place finish...Posted 13th best time in school history in 5K at Memphis Twilight...Member of the ASC AllAcademic Team. 2009 (Sophomore) Ran a season-best 23:55.48 at the 5K Memphis Twilight...Finished 11th at the Lyon College Invitational...Was 28th in the 2-mile Arkansas Tech Twilight...Posted a 30:39.01 time at the 6K ASC Championships... Competed in the NCAA III Regional, running a 30:15 in the 6K...Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. 2008 (Freshman) Set a personal-best 5K record at the Lyon College Invitational (21:56.90), seventhfastest time in school history...Was 11th at the Lyon College Invitational...Finished third at the Lambuth Invitational...Finished 31st at the ASC Championships. Deer High School Ran at Deer High School. Personal Daughter of Sandy Roberts and Richard Garland...Majoring in Early Childhood Education.

Personality Profile 2008 Arkansas Twilight (2-mile) 14:53 (50th) Favorite Meal: BBQ Bob Gravett Invitational (5K) 24:54.20 Favorite Movie: The Little Rascals UALR Open (5K) 24:10.18 (36th) Job I’d Most Like To Have: Kindergarten Lyon College Invitational (5K) 21:56.90 (11th) Teacher Lambuth Invitational (5K) 22:28 (3rd) Favorite TV Show: Friday Night Lights ASC Championships (3.7-mile) 27:27.6 (31st) When I Have Free Time I: Relax What I’m Most Proud Of: Being successful in all that I have attempted 2009 Memphis Twilight (5K) 23:55.48 (150th) One Word That Describes Me: Dedicated Ark. Tech Twilight (2-mile) 13:55.69 (28th) Best Cross Country Memory: Meeting Billy Mills Rhodes Invitational (5K) 23:57 (50th) at the Regional Cross Country Meet in GreensLyon College Invitational (5K) 24:25.18 (11th) boro, North Carolina ASC Championships (6K) 30:39.01 (47th) I’d Like To Visit: Italy NCAA III Regionals (6K) 30:15 (158th) My Favorite Class At Ozarks: Inclusive Legal Practices for Education Favorite Pair Of Running Shoes: Asics Gel GT 2010 Ark. Tech Twilight (2-mile) 14:38.37 (30th) 2140 Texas-Tyler Invitational (6K) 28:58.75 (45th) If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People, I Memphis Twilight (5K) 22:24.29 (197th) would invite: Not sure Rhodes College Invitational (6K) 27:34 (62nd) ASC Championships (6K) 26:26.50 (28th NCAA III Regionals (6K) 26:25 (129th) Career-Best Times 5K: 6K: 2-mile: 3.7-mile:

21:56.90 26:25 13:55.69 27:27.6

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lindsey kellaway dallas, tx the colony HS senior

2010 (Junior) Competed in the ASC Championships and finished 77th...Ran a 29:30 in the 6K at the NCAA III regional. The Colony High School Participated in the 200 meter dash, relay, long-jump and triple jump as a freshman and sophomore. Personal Daughter of David and Karen Kellaway of ...Majoring in Art.

2010 Ark. Tech Twilight (2-mile) 18:15.74 (31st) Texas-Tyler Invitational (6K) 36:12 (70th) Memphis Twilight (5K) 26:14.15 (243rd) Rhodes College Invitational (6K) 32:28 (80th) ASC Championships (6K) 30:34.70 (77th) NCAA III Regionals (6K) 29:30 (179th) Career-Best Times 5K: 6K: 2-mile:

26:14.15 29:30 18:15.74

Personality Profile Favorite Meal: Turkey club and caesar salad Favorite Movie: The Great Escape Job I’d Most Like To Have: Work for Pixar Favorite TV Show: Sons of Anarchy When I Have Free Time I: Go to the lake, hangout with friends or go see a movie What I’m Most Proud Of: My younger sister she is one of the smartest people I know and is involved in everything at school One Word That Describes Me: Ridiculous Best Cross Country Memory: Playing Wall-Ball I’d Like To Visit: Italy My Favorite Class At Ozarks: Mundo Maya Favorite Pair Of Running Shoes: Blue champions If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People, I would invite: My grandma, Edward Hooper, Betty White

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ashley teague lavaca, Ark. lavaca hs senior

2010 (Junior) Named to the Capital One Academic All-America Team...Owns the fifth-fastest 5K time in school history after running a 21:46.46 at the Memphis Twilight...Has top two 6K times at Ozarks, which came at NCAA III regional (25:47) and ASC Championships (25:57)...Finished as the team’s top runner in each race...Finished 24th at the ASC Championships...Was 18th at Texas-Tyler Invitational...Member of the ASC All-Academic Team...Also a member of the basketball team. Lavaca High School Was a four-time All-District performer in basketball. Personal Daughter of Dale and Sheila Teague.. Majoring in Political Science.

2010 Texas-Tyler Invitational (6K) Memphis Twilight (5K) ASC Championships (6K) NCAA III Regionals (6K) Career-Best Times 5K: 6K:

26:56.31 (18th) 21:46.46 (177th) 25:57.0 (24th) 25:47 (115th) 21:46.46 25:47

Personality Profile Favorite Meal: Crawfish Etoufee Favorite Movie: This question is so unfair Favorite Book: The Bible When I Was Little I Wanted To Be A: Lawyer Favorite TV Show: One Tree Hill When I’m Not Running You’ll Find Me: On the basketball court with the Lady Eagles What I’m Most Proud Of: My faith and my work ethic Furthest Place I’ve Traveled: San Francisco I’d Like To Visit: Italy My Favorite Class At Ozarks: Shakespeare Something Unique About Me: I love to drink chocolate milk after every race or long run If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People, I Would Invite: Loretta Lynn, Dr. Seuss, Albert Einstein

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samantha sparks Bella vista, ark. bentonville HS junior

2010 (Sophomore) Posted a personal-best 26:54 at the 6K NCAA III regionals...Finished 46th at the ASC Champoinships after running a 27:46.48 in the 6K...Both NCAA III regional and ASC Championship times rank her in the top10 in 6K performances at Ozarks...Ran a 27:50.63 at the Texas-Tyler Invitational for a 33rd place finish....Owns school record in 2-mile with a time of 13:41.89 at the Arkansas Tech Twilight...Ran ninth fastest time in school history at the 5K Memphis Twilight. Bentonville High School Ran on the cross country team. Personal Daughter of Tricia Sparks..Majoring in Physical Education.

Personality Profile Favorite Meal: Favorite Movie: Job I’d Most Like To Have: Favorite TV Show: When I Have Free Time I: What I’m Most Proud Of: One Word That Describes Me: Best Cross Country Memory: I’d Like To Visit: My Favorite Class At Ozarks: Favorite Pair Of Running Shoes: If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People, I would invite:

2010 Ark. Tech Twilight (2-mile) 13:41.89 (26th) Texas-Tyler Invitational (6K) 27:50.63 (33rd) Memphis Twilight (5K) 22:08.21 (190th) Rhodes College Invitational (6K) 26:56 (59th) ASC Championships (6K) 27:46.48 (46th) NCAA III Regionals (6K) 26:54 (142nd) Career-Best Times 5K: 6K: 2-mile:

22:08.21 26:54 13:41.89

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newcomer profiles +

brooxie dossey dequeen, Ark. dequeen hs sophomore

2010 (Freshman) Did not run...Also a member of the cheerleading team...Transfer from Henderson State University. DeQueen High School Competed in cross country. Personal Daughter of Brently and Shelia Dossey... Majoring in Psychology. Personality Profile Favorite Meal: Favorite Movie: Job I’d Most Like To Have: Favorite TV Show: When I Have Free Time I: What I’m Most Proud Of: One Word That Describes Me: Best Cross Country Memory: I’d Like To Visit: My Favorite Class At Ozarks: Favorite Pair Of Running Shoes: If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People, I would invite:

Kara Willbanks Fort Smith, Ark. Southside hs sophomore

Southside High School Played on the soccer team. Personal Daughter of Scott and Doris Willbanks... Majoring in Physical Education. Personality Profile Favorite Meal: Salad, lasagna and garlic bread Favorite Movie: She’s The Man Job I’d Most Like To Have: Physical therapist Favorite TV Show: Drop Dead Diva When I Have Free Time I: Read or watch movies What I’m Most Proud Of: Finishing my first race, which was a half marathon One Word That Describes Me: Adventurous Best Cross Country Memory: None yet I’d Like To Visit: Another country My Favorite Class At Ozarks: Favorite Pair Of Running Shoes: If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People, I would invite:

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+ 2011 opponents & meets Brooks Memphis Twilight September 24 @ Christian Brothers University Location Memphis, Tenn. Enrollment 1,731 Affiliation NCAA II Conference Gulf South Nickname Buccaneers Athletic Director Joe Nadicksbernd Head Coach Bill Hoffman SID Eric Opperman SID Email eopperma@cbu.edu Office Phone 901-321-3378 Website www.gobucsgo.com

Arkansas D-III Championships October 19 @ University of the Ozarks Location Clarksville, Ark. Enrollment 650 Affiliation NCAA III Conference ASC Nickname Eagles Athletic Director Jimmy Clark Head Coach Brian Hull SID Josh Peppas SID Email jpeppas@ozarks.edu Office Phone 479-979-1483 Website www.eagles.ozarks.edu

Southern Stampede September 17 @ Missouri Southern University Location Joplin, Mo. Enrollment 5,740 Affiliation NCAA II Conference Mid-America Nickname Lions Athletic Director Jared Bruggeman Head Coach Tom Rutledge SID Justin Maskus SID Email maskus-j@mssu.edu Office Phone 417-625-9359 Website www.mssulions.com

ASC Championships October 29 @ Texas Lutheran Location Seguin, TX Enrollment 1,375 Affiliation NCAA III Conference ASC Nickname Bulldogs Athletic Director Bill Miller Head Coach H.C. Tran SID Tim Clark SID Email tclark@tlu.edu Office Phone 830-372-6877 Website www.tlubulldogs.com

Ozarks Invitational October 1 @ University of the Ozarks Location Clarksville, Ark. Enrollment 650 Affiliation NCAA III Conference ASC Nickname Eagles Athletic Director Jimmy Clark Head Coach Brian Hull SID Josh Peppas SID Email jpeppas@ozarks.edu Office Phone 479-979-1483 Website www.eagles.ozarks.edu

NCAA III South/Southeast Regional November 12 @ Texas Lutheran Location Seguin, TX Enrollment 1,375 Affiliation NCAA III Conference ASC Nickname Bulldogs Athletic Director Bill Miller Head Coach H.C. Tran SID Tim Clark SID Email tclark@tlu.edu Office Phone 830-372-6877 Website www.tlubulldogs.com

Mississippi College Invitational October 7 @ Mississippi College Location Clinton, Miss. Enrollment 4,900 Affiliation NCAA III Conference ASC Nickname Choctaws Athletic Director Mike Jones Head Coach Butch Ard SID David Nichols SID Email nichols@mc.edu Office Phone 601-925-3234 Website www.gochoctaws.com

NCAA III National Championships November 29 @ Winneconne, WI Location Winneconne, WI

2011 Men’s and Women’s Schedule Sep 3 Memphis Twilight

8:30 pm

Sep 17 Southern Stampede

9:00 am

Oct 1

10:00 am

Ozarks Invitational Home

Oct 7 Mississippi College Invitational 4:30 pm Oct 19 Arkansas D-III Championships 4:00 pm Oct 29 ASC Championships @ Seguin, TX Nov 12 NCAA III Regional @ Seguin, TX Nov 19 NCAA III Championships

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2010 men’s season review + Tristan Cooper Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 21:51.58 (19th) Texas-Tyler Invitational (8K) 28:25 (12th) Memphis Twilight (8K) 26:22.41 (87th) Rhodes College Invitational (8K) 26:46 (7th) ASC Championships (8K) 26:52.47 (2nd) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 26:07 (13th) Zach Doty ASC Championships (8K)

36:19.48 (83rd)

Matt Friant Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 22:10.40 (23rd) Texas-Tyler Invitational (8K) 28:10 (11th) Memphis Twilight (8K) 26:40.15 (107th) Rhodes College Invitational (8K) 27:13 (18th) ASC Championships (8K) 27:54.18 (8th) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 28:05 (100th) Max Hilgendorf Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 25:16.92 Texas-Tyler Invitational (8K) 37:02 (87th) Memphis Twilight (8K) 32:37.45 (250th) Rhodes College Invitational (8K) 33:32 (101st) ASC Championships (8K) 31:44.69 (53rd) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 32:00 (156th) Taylor Jacks Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile)

Trent Ueunten Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 25:12.97 (38th) Texas-Tyler Invitational (8K) 31:28 (51st) Memphis Twilight (8K) 29:27.45 (219th) Rhodes College Invitational (8K) 30:15 (77th) ASC Championships (8K) 29:45.32 (31st) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 29:49 (139th)

Team Results Ark. Tech Twilight (Sept. 3) Russellville, AR T-4th of 6 teams (125 pts.) Texas-Tyler Inv. (Sept. 11) Tyler, TX 3rd of 9 teams (69 pts.) Memphis Twilight (Sept. 25) Memphis, TN 19th of 30 teams (480 pts.) Rhodes College Inv. (Oct. 2) Memphis, TN 3rd of 15 teams (114 pts.) ASC Championships (Oct. 30) Tyler, TX 2nd of 12 teams (51 pts.) NCAA III Regionals (Nov. 13) Memphis, TN 13th of 23 teams (342 pts.)

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David James Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 22:47.59 (32nd) Texas-Tyler Invitational (8K) 28:09 (10th) Memphis Twilight (8K) 25:57.84 (63rd) Rhodes College Invitational (8K) 26:52 (10th) ASC Championships (8K) 27:08.68 (5th) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 26:24 (25th) Calvin Jones Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 22:29.28 (25th) Texas-Tyler Invitational (8K) 29:12 (21st) Memphis Twilight (8K) 27:04.99 (130th) Rhodes College Invitational (8K) 27:49 (33rd) ASC Championships (8K) 28:31.76 (15th) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 27:57 (98th) Michael Melcher Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) Texas-Tyler Invitational (8K)

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Calvin Scharf Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 22:32.85 (26th) Texas-Tyler Invitational (8K) 29:48 (31st) Memphis Twilight (8K) 27:55.41 (174th) Rhodes College Invitational (8K) 28:58 (55th) ASC Championships (8K) 29:00.09 (24th) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 28:37 (118th) Jeremy Provence Ark. Tech Twilight (4-mile) 24:11.22 (36th) Texas-Tyler Invitational (8K) 30:56 (45th) Memphis Twilight (8K) 29:18.63 (213th) Rhodes College Invitational (8K) 30:15 (76th) ASC Championships (8K) 31:06.00 (46th) NCAA III Regionals (8K) 30:44 (152nd)

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Tadera Garland Ark. Tech Twilight (2-mile) 14:38.37 (30th) Texas-Tyler Invitational (6K) 28:58.75 (45th) Memphis Twilight (5K) 22:24.29 (197th) Rhodes College Invitational (6K) 27:34 (62nd) ASC Championships (6K) 26:26.50 (28th NCAA III Regionals (6K) 26:25 (129th) Lindsey Kellaway Ark. Tech Twilight (2-mile) 18:15.74 (31st) Texas-Tyler Invitational (6K) 36:12 (70th) Memphis Twilight (5K) 26:14.15 (243rd) Rhodes College Invitational (6K) 32:28 (80th) ASC Championships (6K) 30:34.70 (77th) NCAA III Regionals (6K) 29:30 (179th) Lacey Mainer NCAA III Regionals (6K)

Team Results Ark. Tech Twilight (Sept. 3) Russellville, AR 5th of 6 teams (152 pts.) Texas-Tyler Inv. (Sept. 11) Tyler, TX 7th of 11 teams (237 pts.) Memphis Twilight (Sept. 25) Memphis, TN 30th of 32 teams (886 pts.) Rhodes College Inv. (Oct. 2) Memphis, TN Individual only ASC Championships (Oct. 30) Tyler, TX 9th of 13 teams (236 pts.) NCAA III Regionals (Nov. 13) Memphis, TN 23rd of 25 teams (655 pts.)

30:27 (182nd)

Colbey Russo Texas-Tyler Invitational (6K)

33:56 (71st)

Susan Rummel Ark. Tech Twilight (2-mile)

23:29.04 (32nd)

Cassie Saorrono Ark. Tech Twilight (2-mile) Texas-Tyler Invitational (6K)

23:45.58 (33rd) 39:40 (92nd)

Samantha Sparks Ark. Tech Twilight (2-mile) 13:41.89 (26th) Texas-Tyler Invitational (6K) 27:50.63 (33rd) Memphis Twilight (5K) 22:08.21 (190th) Rhodes College Invitational (6K) 26:56 (59th) ASC Championships (6K) 27:46.48 (46th) NCAA III Regionals (6K) 26:54 (142nd) Ashley Teague Texas-Tyler Invitational (6K) Memphis Twilight (5K) ASC Championships (6K) NCAA III Regionals (6K)

26:56.31 (18th) 21:46.46 (177th) 25:57.0 (24th) 25:47 (115th)

Kayla Tatum Rhodes College Invitational (6K) 40:57 (91st) Memphis Twilight (5K) 31:46.59 (256th)

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2010 men’s ASC review + 2010 ASC Championships - 8K Team Results 1. Texas-Tyler (31) 2. Ozarks (51) 3. Mississippi College (98) 4. McMurry (160) 5. LeTourneau (172) 6. Hardin-Simmons (180) 7. Howard Payne (195) 8. Texas-Dallas (204) 9. Concordia Texas (217) 10. East Texas Baptist (220) 11. Schreiner (231) 12. Louisiana College (336) Sul Ross State (DNC) 2010 ASC Championships - 8K All-ASC First Team 1. Jeff Chandler (UTT) - 26:20.07 2. Tristan Cooper (OZ) - 26:52.47 3. Daniel Ludwig (UTT) - 26:54.38 4. Joncary Faubion (UTT) - 26:57.57 5. David James (OZ) - 27:08.68 6. Will Krogman (UTT) - 27:20.71 7. Will Clingon (MC) - 27:30.02 All-ASC Second-Team 8. Matthew Friant (OZ) - 27:54.18 9. Mark Saroni (UTT) - 28:06.92 10. John McClanahan (LETU) - 28:07.38 11. Ford Novak (UTT) - 28:09.16 12. Nick Huff (UTT) - 28:12.78 13. Nick Meyers (ETBU) - 28:13.22 14. Alex Wilson (UTT) - 28:27.43 Individual Awards Medalist: Jeff Chandler, Texas-Tyler Sportsmanship Award: David James, Ozarks Freshman of the Year: Matt Friant, Ozarks Newcomer of the Year: Nick Meyers, East Texas Baptist Coach of the Year: Bob Hepler, Texas-Tyler 2010 ASC Runners of the Week Oct. 25 Nick Meyers East Texas Bapt Oct. 18 Daniel Ludwig Texas-Dallas Oct. 11 Will Clingon Miss. College Oct. 4 Jeff Chandler Texas-Tyler Sept. 28 David James Ozarks Sept. 20 John McClanahan LeTourneau Sept. 13 Daniel Ludwig Texas-Dallas

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2010 ASC Top Times 10K 1. Jeff Chandler, Texas-Tyler 33:03, Oct. 16, Chile Pepper Festival 2. Joncary Faubien, Texas-Tyler 33:46, Oct. 16, Chile Pepper Festival 3. Ford Noack, Texas-Tyler 34:10, Oct. 16, Chile Pepper Festival 4. Mark Saroni, Texas-Tyler 34:12, Oct. 16, Chile Pepper Festival 5. Daniel Ludwig, Texas-Dallas 34:45, Oct. 16, Midwestern State Carnival 8K 1. David James, Ozarks 25:27, Sept. 25, Memphis Twilight 2. Jeff Chandler, Texas-Tyler 25:46, Oct. 2, Rhodes Invitational 3. Daniel Ludwig, Texas-Dallas 26:30, Sept. 25, North Texas Invite 4. Tristan Cooper, Ozarks 26:46, Oct. 2, Rhodes Invitational 5. David James, Ozarks 26:52, Oct. 2, Rhodes Invitational 6. Daniel Ludwig, Texas-Dallas 27:01, Sept. 11, UT Tyler Invitational 7. Will Clingon, Mississippi College 27:08, Oct. 2, Rhodes Invitational 8. Mathew Friant, Ozarks 27:13, Oct. 2, Rhodes Invitational 9. Jeff Chandler, Texas-Tyler 27:14, Sept. 25, D-III Championship 10. Ford Noack, Texas-Tyler 27:16, Oct. 2, Rhodes Invitational 6K 1. Jeff Chandler, Texas-Tyler 19:43, Sept. 3, Bear Twilight Invitational 2. Mark Saroni, Texas-Tyler 20:49, Sept. 3, Bear Twilight Invitational 3. Alex Wilson, Texas-Tyler 20:53, Sept. 3, Bear Twilight Invitational 4. Joncary Faubien, Texas-Tyler 20:53, Sept. 3, Bear Twilight Invitational 5. Nicklas Huff, Texas-Tyler 20:55, Sept. 3, Bear Twilight Invitational 5K 1. Zak Prevost, Mississippi College 17:13, Sept. 1, MC Season Opener 2. Andy Mcelyea, Mississippi College 17:19, Sept. 1, MC Season Opener 3. Will Clingon, Mississippi College 17:29, Sept. 1, MC Season Opener 4. Donny Gable, Mississippi College 17:53, Sept. 1, MC Season Opener 5. Tino Gonzalez, Mississippi College 18:07, Sept. 1, MC Season Opener 4K 1. Nathaniel Robinson, Hardin-Simmons 17:25 , Sept. 4, HSU Short Course 2. John Villagomez, Howard Payne 17:49, Sept. 4, HSU Short Course

3. Benton Warren, Howard Payne 18:20, Sept. 4, HSU Short Course 4. Marcus Estrada, Hardin-Simmons 18:28, Sept. 4, HSU Short Course 5. Dustin Brown, Hardin-Simmons 18:49, Sept. 4, HSU Short Course 4-MILE 1. John McClanahan, LeTourneau 21:57, Sept. 18, Louisiana Tech Mook 4 2. Trey Leffler, McMurry 22:44, Oct. 15, Mike Hodges Invitational 3. John Villagomez, Howard Payne 24:04, Sept. 11, Bill Libby Invitational 4. Trey Leffler, McMurry 24:13, Sept. 11, Bill Libby Invitational 5. Ryan Maia, Schreiner 25:03, Sept. 11, Bill Libby Invitational 3-MILE 1. Daniel Ludwig, Texas-Dallas 16:09, Sept. 4, Northwood Invitational 2. Nick Meyers, East Texas Baptist 16:49, Oct. 22, NSU Demon Invitational 3. Alex Rojas, Texas-Dallas 17:53, Sept. 4, Northwood Invitational 4. Casey Morris, East Texas Baptist 18:45, Oct. 22, NSU Demon Invitational 5. Nick Kang, Texas-Dallas 19:04, Sept. 4, Northwood Invitational ASC Team Championships 1996 Ozarks 1997 Mississippi College 1998 Mississippi College 1999 McMurry 2000 McMurry 2001 Mississippi College 2002 Mississippi College 2003 Mississippi College 2004 Mississippi College 2005 Texas-Tyler 2006 Texas-Tyler 2007 Texas-Tyler 2008 Texas-Tyler 2009 Mississippi College 2010 Texas-Tyler ASC Men’s Individual Champions *1996, Mitchell Wolowicz, McMurry (24:40.5) 1997, Seth Jones, Mississippi College (31:54.00) 1998, David Chandler, McMurry (27:17.70) 1999, Tom Hanes, Miss. College (26:56.20) 2000, David Chandler, McMurry (27:31.00) 2001, Justin Jernigan, Miss. College (26:55.38) 2002, Braegan Enright, McMurry (27:23.00) 2003, Justin Rogers, Miss. College (27:40.96) 2004, Mathew Manning, Miss. Coll. (27:37.00) 2005, Mathew Manning, Miss. Coll. (25:50.46) 2006, Ben Donnan, Texas-Tyler (26:16.00) 2007, Ben Donnan, Texas-Tyler (25:46.34) 2008, Warren Brown, Texas-Tyler (26:06 ) 2009, Tino Gonzalez, Miss. College (28:02.32) 2010, Jeff Chandler, Texas-Tyler (26:20.07) *5-mile

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+ 2010 women’s ASC review 2010 ASC Championships - 5K Team Results 1. Hardin-Simmons (56) 2. Texas Lutheran (73) 3. Mississippi College (93) 4. Texas-Tyler (96) 5. Concordia-Texas (143) 6. LeTourneau (163) 7. McMurry (166) 8. East Texas Baptist (213) 9. Ozarks (236) 10. Howard Payne (244) 11. Louisiana College (293) 12. Texas-Dallas (313) 13. Schreiner (324) Sul Ross State (DNC) All-ASC First Team 1. Lindsey Hinton (HSU) - 23:14.00 2. Alaisha Guerra (MCM) - 23:17.33 3. Ivy Price (MC) - 23:40.76 4. Jessica Waninger (UTT) - 24:26.32 5. Julia Holub (HSU) - 24:30.42 6. Nicole Leman (LETU) - 24:31.00 7. Maloree Kendall (HSU) - 24:35.46 All-ASC Second-Team 8. Melissa Longoria (TLU) - 24:35.50 9. Megan Wagenaar (CTX) - 24:38.00 10. Jennifer Cooper (MC) - 24:43.74 11. Keelin Treacy (TLU) - 24:47.00 12. Caitlin Rowlette (CTX) - 24:52.48 13. Amber Griffs (MC) - 24:54.53 14. Chelsea Johnson (TLU) - 25:02.47 Women’s Individual Awards Medalist: Lindsey Hinton, Hardin-Simmons Sportsmanship Award (co): Prachi Jain, Texas-Dallas and Ivy Price, Mississippi College Freshman of the Year: Julia Holub, HardinSimmons Newcomer of the Year: Zolia Garcia, Texas Lutheran Coach of the Year: Rodney Smith, HardinSimmons 2010 ASC Runners of the Week Oct. 25 Kara Beall East Texas Bapt. Oct. 18 Alaisha Guerra McMurry Oct. 11 Keelin Treacy Texas Lutheran Oct. 4 Alaisha Guerra McMurry Sept. 28 Alaisha Guerra McMurry Sept. 20 Chelsea Johnson Texas Lutheran Sept. 13 Alaisha Guerra McMurry Sept. 7 Lindsey Hinton Hardin-Simmons

6K 1. Alaisha Guerra, McMurry 23:33, Oct. 2, Rhodes Invitational 2. Jessica Waninger, Texas-Tyler 24:01, Oct. 2, Rhodes Invitational 3. Jessica Waninger, Texas-Tyler 24:17, Sept. 11, UT Tyler Invitational 4. Alaisha Guerra, McMurry 24:09, Sept. 25, D-III Championship 5. Ivy Price, Mississippi College 24:23, Oct. 2, Rhodes Invitational 6. Lindsey Hinton, Hardin-Simmons 24:37, Oct. 16, Texas-Permian Basin Meet 7. Nicole Leman, LeTourneau 24:43, Oct. 16, Centenary Invitational 8. Sarah Hankla, Texas-Tyler 24:58, Oct. 2, Rhodes Invitational 9. Julia Hulob, Hardin-Simmons 25:05, Oct. 16, Texas-Permian Basin Meet 10. Ivy Price, Miss. College 25:11, Oct. 9, Watson Ford/MC Invitational 5K 1. Alaisha Guerra, McMurry 19:24, Oct. 15, Mike Hodges Invitational 2. Megan Waganaar, Concordia Texas 20:18, Oct. 16, Concordia Invitational 3. Ashley Meadows, Texas Lutheran 20:36, Oct. 16, Concordia Invitational 4. Caitlin Rowlette, Concordia Texas 20:46, Oct. 16, Concordia Invitational 5. Chelsea Johnson, Texas Lutheran 20:51, Sept. 11, UTSA Ricardo Romo Classic 6. Carrisa Zarate, Howard Payne 21:07, Oct. 16, Concordia Invitational 7. Joli Bula, Concordia Texas 21:08, Oct. 16, Concordia Invitational 8. Megan Waganaar, Concordia Texas 21:10, Oct. 2, Incarnate Word Invitational 9. Melissa Longoria, Texas Lutheran 21:14, Oct. 16, Concordia Invitational 10. Alaisha Guerra, McMurry 21:16, Sept. 11, Bill Libby Invitational 4K 1. Jessica Waninger, Texas-Tyler 15:49, Sept. 3, Bear Twighlight Invitational 2. Keelin Treacy, Texas Lutheran 15:53, Oct. 9, Houston Baptist/PUMA Invit. 3. Ivy Price, Miss. College 16:32, Sept. 1, MC Season Opener 4. Sarah Hankla, Texas-Tyler 16:49, Sept. 3, Bear Twighlight Invitational 5. Ginny Murphy, Texas-Tyler 17:51, Sept. 3, Bear Twighlight Invitational

3-MILE 1. Kara Beall, East Texas Baptist 21:37, Oct. 22, NSU Demon Invitational 2. Meg Tarpley, East Texas Baptist 22:16, Oct. 22, NSU Demon Invitational 3. Emily Bach, East Texas Baptist 23:00, Oct. 22, NSU Demon Invitational 4. Rachael Quares, Louisiana College 23:10, Oct. 22, NSU Demon Invitational 5. Amanda Bell, East Texas Baptist 23:43, Oct. 22, NSU Demon Invitational 2-MILE 1. Lindsey Hinton, Hardin-Simmons 12:40, Sept. 4, HSU Short Course 2. Maloree Kendall, Hardin-Simmons 13:02, Sept. 4, HSU Short Course 3. Julia Holub, Hardin-Simmons 13:41, Sept. 4, HSU Short Course 4. Samantha Sparks, Ozarks 13:41, Sept. 3, Tech Twilight Run 5. Vanessa Montelongo, Hardin-Simmons 13:57, Sept. 4, HSU Short Course ASC Team Championships 1996 Austin College 1997 Mississippi College 1998 Mississippi College 1999 Mississippi College 2000 Mississippi College 2001 Mississippi College 2002 Texas Lutheran 2003 Texas Lutheran 2004 Texas Lutheran 2005 Mississippi College 2006 McMurry 2007 Mississippi College 2008 Mississippi College 2009 Texas-Tyler 2010 Hardin-Simmons ASC Women’s Individual Champions *1996, Alisha Rygh, Howard Payne (20:25.00) *1997, Julie Schmidt, Miss. College (23:31.00) *1998, Sheila Hynum, Miss.College (19:40.33) *1999, Sheila Hynum, Miss. College (21:07.10) *2000, Nicole Hollifield, Miss. Coll. (19:29.00) *2001, Nicole Hollifield, Miss. Coll.(19:07.64) 2002, Amanda Ward, McMurry (24:50.00) 2003, Samara Williams, Texas Luth.(24:19.89) 2004, Samara Williams, Texas Luth. (24:44.00) 2005, Rachel Hardin, Miss. College (24:09.78) 2006, Carla Lewis, McMurry (24:11.00) 2007, Magan Saenz, Texas Lutheran (24:16.65) 2008, Kellie Kirby, Mississippi College (24:36.60) 2009, Carla Lewis, McMurry (25:01.51) *2010, Lindsey Hinton, Hardin-Simm. (23:14.00) *5K

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men’s program records + Distance Records 8K Time Runner 25:57.84 David James 26:02 Brandon Johnson 26:07 Tristan Cooper 26:22.41 Tristan Cooper 26:24 David James 26:31 Brian Hull 26:40.15 Matt Friant 26:42 Brian Hull 26:46 Tristan Cooper 26:47 Brian Hull 26:52 David James 26:52.47 Tristan Cooper 27:04.05 David James 27:04.99 Calvin Jones 27:08.68 David James 27:12.4 David James 27:13 Matt Friant 27:38 William Shoemate 27:40.52 David James 27:45 David James 27:45 Chad Kingston 27:49 Calvin Jones 27:49.54 David James 27:53.22 Tristan Cooper 27:54.18 Matt Friant 27:55 Calvin Scharf 27:57 Calvin Jones 27:59.0 Tristan Cooper 28:02 Tristan Cooper 28:04 Tristan Cooper 28:05 Matt Friant 28:08 Michael Sparkes 28:09 Tristan Cooper 28:10 Matt Friant 28:10 David James 28:15 Brandon Johnson 28:22 T.J. Johnson 28:23 Michael Sparkes 28:25 Tristan Cooper 28:26 David James 28:26 Brian Hull 28:27 Brian Hull 28:31.76 Calvin Jones 28:32 Ryan Twiggs 28:34.06 Tristian Cooper 28:34 Brandon Johnson 28:36.44 David James 28:37 Calvin Scharf 28:46.80 Tristan Cooper 28:50 Michael Sparkes 28:54 Tristan Cooper 28:55 Brian Hull 28:58 Calvin Scharf 29:00.09 Calvin Scharf 29:03 David James 29:05 Brian Hull 29:12 Calvin Jones 29:18.63 Jeremy Provence 29:22 Ricky Armstrong 29:23 Michael Sparkes

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Race Memphis Twilight ASC Championships NCAA III Regional Memphis Twilight NCAA III Regional Lyon College Memphis Twilight Bob Gravett Invitational Rhodes College Invitational Lyon College Invitational Rhodes College Invitational ASC Championships UALR Open Memphis Twilight ASC Championships ASC Championships Rhodes College Invitational ASC Championships Lyon College Invitational Lambuth Invitational Lyon College Invitational Rhodes College Invitational Harding Univ. Bison Stampede Lyon College Invitational ASC Championships Memphis Twilight NCAA III Regional ASC Championships Rhodes College Invitational Lambuth Invitational NCAA III Championships Bob Gravette Invitational Texas-Tyler Invitational Texas-Tyler Invitational Rhodes College Invitational NAIA Regionals ASC Championships Ouachita Baptist Texas-Tyler Invitational NCAA III Regional Lyon College Invitational Ouachita Baptist ASC Championships Lyon College Invitational UALR Open NAIA National Championships ASC Championships NCAA III Regional ASC Championships Lyon College Invitational NCAA III Regional Arkansas Tech Invitational Rhodes College Invitational ASC Championships Bob Gravett Invitational ASC Championships Texas-Tyler Invitational Memphis Twilight NA Lyon College

Location Date Memphis, TN Sep. 25, 2010 Brownwood, TX Oct. 26, 1996 Memphis, TN Nov. 13, 2010 Memphis, TN Sep. 25, 2010 Memphis, TN Nov. 13, 2010 Batesville, AR Oct. 21, 1998 Memphis, TN Sep. 25, 2010 Arkadelphia, AR Sep. 12, 1998 Memphis, TN Oct. 2, 2010 Batesville, AR Oct. 3, 1997 Memphis, TN Oct. 2, 2010 Tyler, TX Oct. 30, 2010 Little Rock, AR Sep. 27, 2008 Memphis, TN Sep. 25, 2010 Tyler, TX Oct. 3, 2010 Seguin, TX Nov. 1, 2008 Memphis, TN Oct. 2, 2010 Brownwood, TX Oct. 26, 1996 Searcy, AR Oct. 2, 2008 Jackson, TN Oct. 15, 2008 Batesville, AR Oct. 3, 1997 Memphis, TN Oct. 2, 2010 Searcy, AR Oct. 10, 2009 Searcy, AR Oct. 2, 2008 Tyler, TX Oct. 30, 2010 Memphis, TN Sep. 25, 2010 Memphis, TN Nov. 13, 2010 Seguin, TX Nov. 1, 2008 Memphis, AR Sep. 26, 2009 Jackson, TN Oct. 15, 2008 Memphis, TN Nov. 13, 2010 Arkadelphia, AR Sep. 11, 1999 Tyler, TX Sep. 11, 2010 Tyler, TX Sep. 11, 2010 Memphis, AR Sep. 26, 2009 Irving, TX Nov. 5, 1996 Brownwood, TX Oct. 26, 1996 Arkadelphia, AR Sep. 11, 1999 Tyler, TX Sep. 11, 2010 Guilford, NC Nov. 14, 2009 Batesville, AR Oct. 3, 1997 Arkadelphia, AR Sep. 13, 1997 Tyler, TX Oct. 30, 2010 Batesville, AR Oct. 3, 1997 Little Rock, AR Sep. 27, 2008 Kenosha, WI Nov. 16, 1996 Clinton, MS Oct. 31, 2009 Memphis, TN Nov. 13, 2010 Clinton, MS Oct. 31, 2009 Batesville, AR Sep. 28, 2001 Guilford, NC Nov. 14, 2009 Russellville, AR Sep. 20, 1997 Memphis, TN Oct. 2, 2010 Tyler, TX Oct. 30, 2010 Arkadelphia, AR Sep. 23, 2008 Clinton, MS Nov. 11, 1998 Tyler, TX Sep. 11, 2010 Memphis, TN Sep. 25, 2010 Batesville, AR

Sep. 27, 2002

ASC Championships Year 1996 (5-mile) 1997 (8K) 1998 (8K) 1999 (8K) 2000 (8K) 2001 (8K) 2002 (8K) 2003 (8K) 2004 (8K) 2005 (8K) 2006 (8K) 2007 (8K) 2008 (8K) 2009 (8K) 2010 (8K)

Finish Points 1st 44 3rd 70 4th 103 6th 164 5th 125 5th 120 Individual only 5th 121 7th 182 8th 240 9th 227 9th 216 4th 146 4th 109 2nd 51

Team Championships (5-mile)

American Southwest Conference 1996 (men) @ Brownwood, TX, Oct. 26 Runner Time Finish Brandon Johnson 26:02.4 2nd William Shoemate 27:38.1 4th T.J. Johnson 28:22.2 7th Ricky Armstrong 29:41.3 8th Eric Smith 30:14.9 10th Matt Young 33:04.5 13th Total Points: Top 5 Finishers: 31 pts.

Score 2 4 7 8 10 13 44

Team Championships (8K) Hendrix College Orange Crush, Sep. 20, 2003 Total Points: 30 Hendrix College Orange Crush, Oct. 18, 2003 Total Points: 27 Arkansas Tech Invitational, Sep. 13, 1997

1996 ASC Championship Team Pictured: (L to R) William Shoemate, Brandon Johnson, Eric Smith, TJ Johnson, Ricky Armstrong and Matt Young

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+ men’s Program records 8K 29:24.8 Jeremy Provence 29:27.45 Trent Ueunten 29:29.45 Michael Sparkes 29:32 Chad Kingston 29:41 Ricky Armstrong 29:45 Michael Sparkes 29:45.32 Trent Ueunten 29:47.55 Michael Sparkes 29:48 Calvin Scharf 29:49 Trent Ueunten 29:53 Michael Sparkes 29:57 Brian Hull 29:57 Tristian Cooper 29:57 Jeremy Provence 29:58 Michael Sparkes 29:58.92 Jeremy Provence

ASC Championships Memphis Twilight Hendrix Orange Crush ASC Championships ASC Championships Rhodes College Invitational ASC Championships ASC Championships Texas-Tyler Invitational NCAA III Regional Bob Gravette Invitational Bob Gravette Invitational Bob Gravett Invitational Rhodes College Invitational Hendrix College Orange Crush UALR Open

Seguin, TX Memphis, TN Conway, AR Longview, TX Brownwood, TX Memphis, TN Tyler, TX Clinton, MS Tyler, TX Memphis, TN Arkadelphia, AR Arkadelphia, AR Arkadelphia, AR Memphis, TN Conway, AR Little Rock, AR

Nov. 1, 2008 Sep. 25, 2010 Sep. 22, 2001 Oct. 27, 2001 Oct. 26, 1996 Oct. 7, 2000 Oct. 30, 2010 Oct. 27, 2001 Sep. 11, 2010 Nov. 13, 2010 Sep. 9, 2000 Sep. 11, 1999 Sep. 23, 2008 Sep. 26, 2009 Sep. 21, 2002 Sep. 27, 2008

5-Mile 26:02.4

Brandon Johnson ASC Championships

Brownwood, TX

Oct. 26, 1996

4-Mile 21:11.01 21:28.83 21:51.58 22:10.40 22:20 22:29 22:32 22:37 22:38 22:47.59

Tristan Cooper David James Tristan Cooper Matt Friant David James Calvin Jones Calvin Scharf Lee Goble Tristan Cooper David James

Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight

Russellville, AR Russellville, AR Russellville, AR Russellville, AR Russellville, AR Russellville, AR Russellville, AR Russellville, AR Russellville, AR Russellville, AR

Sep. 10, 2009 Sep. 10, 2009 Sep. 3, 2010 Sep. 3, 2010 Aug. 29, 2008 Sep. 3, 2010 Sep. 3, 2010 Aug. 29, 2008 Aug. 29, 2008 Sep. 3, 2010

4.4-Mile 24:47 27:47 28:26 28:39

Brandon Johnson Eric Smith William Shoemate TJ Johnson

Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight

Russellville, AR Russellville, AR Russellville, AR Russellville, AR

Sep. 13, 1997 Sep. 13, 1997 Sep. 13, 1997 Sep. 13, 1997

Regional Participation NAIA Regionals 8K @ Irving, Texas Brandon Johnson

28:15 (15 of 95)

NCAA Regionals 8K @ Seguin, Texas - 2008 David James 27:55.7 (74 of 152) Tristan Cooper 28:35.5 (97 of 152) Jeremy Provence 30:22.7 (135 of 152) 8K @ Greensboro, North Carolina - 2009 David James 28:26 (27 of 174) Tristan Cooper 28:54 (41 of 174) Jeremy Provence 30:31 (90 of 174) 8K @ Memphis, Tennessee - 2010 Tristan Cooper 26:07 (13 of 164) David James 26:24 (24 of 164) Calvin Jones 27:57 (95 of 164) Matt Friant 28:05 (97 of 164) Calvin Scharf 28:37 (113 of 164) Trent Ueunten 29:49 (131 of 164) Jeremy Provence 30:44 (143 of 164) National Participation NAIA Nationals 8K @ Kenosha, WI - 1996 Brandon Johnson

28:34 (268 of 317)

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women’s program records + Distance Records 5K Time Runner Race Location 20:25.4 Siama Chauhan ASC Championships Brownwood, TX 21:22.2 Becky Stoltenberg ASC Championships Brownwood, TX 21:46 Amanda Stang Lambuth Invitational Jackson, TN 21:46.28 Karen Garcia Memphis Twilight Memphis, TN 21:46.46 Ashley Teague Memphis Twilight Memphis, TN 21:50 Sarah Clary Hendrix College Orange Crush Conway, AR 21:50 Cameron Osborne Hendrix Orange Crush Conway, AR 21:56.90 Tadera Garland Lyon College Invitational Searcy, AR 22:08.21 Samantha Sparks Memphis Twilight Memphis, TN 22:12.1 Tracy Duncan ASC Championships Brownwood, TX 22:13.3 Lori Myers ASC Championships Brownwood, TX 22:17 Samantha Puent Lambuth Invitational Jackson, TN 22:24.29 Tadera Garland Memphis Twilight Memphis, TN 22:27 Amanda Stang Hendrix College Orange Crush Conway, AR 22:30 Samantha Puent Lambuth Invitational Jackson, TN 22:30 Samantha Puent Lambuth Invitational Jackson, TN 22:30 Cameron Osborne Lyon College Invitational Batesville, AR 22:32.04 Samantha Puent Lyon College Invitational Searcy, AR 22:35 Samantha Puent Lambuth Invitational Jackson, TN 22:43 Tammy Myers ASC Championships Clinton, MS 22:46 Rebecca McCollum Lyon College Invitational Batesville, AR 22:47.0 Amanda Stang Hendrix College Orange Crush Conway, AR 22:47.44 Karen Garcia Lyon College Invitational Batesville, AR 22:49 Karen Garcia Lyon College Invitational Batesville, AR 22:51 Amanda Stang Memphis Twilight Memphis, TN 22:52.15 Karen Garcia Bob Gravette Invitational Arkadelphia, AR 22:53 Lisa Hilton ASC Championships Longview, TX 22:55.55 Amanda Stang Bob Gravett Invitational Arkadelphia, AR 22:56 Karen Garcia Hendrix College Orange Crush Conway, AR 23:01 Cameron Osborne Hendrix College Orange Crush Conway, AR 23:06.32 Cameron Osborne ASC Championships Clinton, MS 23:09.67 Amanda Stang Bob Gravette Invitational Arkadelphia, AR 23:10 Cameron Osborn Bob Gravette Invitational Arkadelphia, AR 23:12 Samantha Puent Memphis Twilight Memphis, TN 23:15 Cameron Osborne Ouachita Baptist Invitational Arkadelphia, AR 23:21 Rebecca McCollum ASC Championships Brownwood, TX 23:30 Samantha Puent Lyon College Invitational Batesville, AR 23:55 Misty Moudy Rhodes College Invitational Memphis, TN 23:55 Sydney Johnson Hendrix College Orange Crush Conway, AR 23:55 LeAnn Finley Rhodes College Invitational Memphis, TN 23:55.21 Samantha Puent Hendrix College Orange Crush Conway, AR 23:55.48 Tadera Garland Memphis Twilight Memphis, TN 23:57 Tadera Garland Rhodes College Invitational Memphis, TN 23:59.02 Samantha Puent UALR Open Little Rock, AR 24:00 Lisa Hilton Lyon College Invitational Arkadelphia, AR 24:06 Tracy Duncan Bob Gravette Invitational Arkadelphia, AR 24:10.18 Tadera Garland UALR Open Little Rock, AR 24:16.08 Debbie Giesecke ASC Championships Clinton, MS 24:25.2 Tadera Garland Lyon College Invitational Batesville, AR 24:25.90 Carrie Rogers ASC Championships Clinton, MS 24:28 Amanda Stang Hendrix College Orange Crush Conway, AR 24:30 Samantha Puent Hendrix College Orange Crush Conway, AR 24:38 Jodie Clark Lambuth Invitational Jackson, TN 24:40 Devon Bottoms Lyon College Invitational Batesville, AR 24:41 Amanda Stang Lyon College Invitational Batesville, AR 24:44.28 Samantha Puent Lyon College Invitational Batesville, AR 24:44 Tracy Duncan Rhodes College Invitational Memphis, TN 24:46 Carla Rhodes NA 24:54.20 Tadera Garland Bob Gravett Invitational Arkadelphia, AR

ASC Championship Finishes Date Oct. 26, 1996 Oct. 26, 1996 Oct. 17, 2006 Oct. 7, 2006 Sep. 25, 2010 Sep. 22, 2001 Sep. 22, 2000 Oct. 2, 2008 Sep. 25, 2010 Oct. 26,1996 Oct. 26,1996 Oct. 16, 2008 Sep. 25, 2010 Sep. 17, 2005 Oct. 11, 2007 Oct. 15, 2008 Sep. 28, 2001 Oct. 2, 2008 Oct. 17, 2006 Sep. 12, 1997 Oct. 3, 1997 Sep. 18, 2004 Sep. 29, 2006 Sep. 28, 2005 Oct. 6, 2006 Sep. 9, 2005 Oct. 28, 2000 Sep. 11, 2004 Sep. 23, 2006 Sep. 20, 2003 Oct. 27, 2001 Sep. 10, 2005 Sep. 10, 2001 Oct. 6, 2006 Sep. 8, 2000 Oct. 26, 1996 Sep. 29, 2006 Oct. 7, 2000 Sep. 18, 2004 Oct. 7, 2000 Sep. 22, 2007 Sep. 5, 2009 Sep. 26, 2009 Sep. 27, 2008 Sep. 29, 2000 Sep. 11, 1999 Sep. 27, 2008 Oct. 27, 2001 Oct. 1, 2009 Oct. 27, 2001 Sep. 23, 2006 Sep. 23, 2006 Oct. 17, 2006 Sep. 28, 2005 Sep. 29, 2006 Sep. 27, 2007 Oct. 9, 1999 1997 Sep. 23, 2008

Year 1996 (5K) 1997 (5K) 1998 (5K) 1999 (5K) 2000 (5K) 2001 (5K) 2002 (6K) 2003 (6K) 2004 (6K) 2005 (6K) 2006 (6K) 2007 (6K) 2008 (6K) 2009 (6K) 2010 (5K)

Finish Points 2nd 46 2nd 55 4th 102 6th 162 7th 179 7th 188 Individual only Individual only 8th 198 9th 207 7th 196 9th 249 9th 392 10th 253 9th 236

NCAA Regionals 6K @ Greensboro, North Carolina - 2009 Tadera Garland 30:15 (158 of 189) 6K @ Memphis, Tennessee - 2010 Ashley Teague 25:47 (103 of 191) Tadera Garland 26:25 (129 of 191) Samantha Sparks 26:54 (125 of 191) Lindsey Kellaway 29:30 (155 of 191) Lacey Mainer 30:27 (158 of 191)

Siama Chauhan

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+ women’s Program records 6K 25:47 25:57.0 26:25 26:26.50 26:45.0 26:54 26:56 26:56.31 27:14.12 27:34 27:46.48 27:50.63 28:24.95 28:25.27 28:58.75 28:59:0

Ashley Teague Ashley Teague Tadera Garland Tadera Garland Karen Garcia Samantha Sparks Samantha Sparks Ashley Teague Karen Garcia Tadera Garland Samantha Sparks Samantha Sparks Samantha Puent Cameron Osborne Tadera Garland Amanda Stang

NCAA III Championships ASC Championships NCAA III Championships ASC Championships ASC Championships NCAA III Regionals Rhodes College Invitational Texas-Tyler Invitational ASC Championships Rhodes College Invitational ASC Championships Texas-Tyler Invitational ASC Championships ASC Championships Texas-Tyler Invitational ASC Championships

Memphis, TN Tyler, TX Memphis, TN Tyler, TX Tyler, TX Memphis, TN Memphis, TN Tyler, TX Clinton, MS Memphis, TN Tyler, TX Tyler, TX Abilene, TX Clinton, MS Tyler, TX Tyler, TX

Nov. 13, 2010 Oct. 30, 2010 Nov. 13, 2010 Oct. 30, 2010 Oct. 28, 2006 Nov. 13, 2010 Oct. 2, 2010 Sep. 11, 2010 Oct. 29, 2005 Oct. 2, 2010 Oct. 30, 2010 Sep. 11, 2010 Oct. 27, 2007 Nov. 1, 2003 Sep. 11, 2010 Oct. 28, 2006

2-mile 13:41.89 13:55.69 14:38.37 14:52 14:53

Samantha Sparks Tadera Garland Tadera Garland Samantha Puent Tadera Garland

Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight Arkansas Tech Twilight

Russellville, AR Russellville, AR Russellville, AR Russellville, AR Russellville, AR

Sep. 3, 2010 Sep. 10, 2009 Sep. 3, 2010 Aug. 29, 2008 Aug. 29, 2008

Cameron Osborn

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men’s honors & Awards + American Southwest Conference ASC Freshman of the Year 2010 Matt Friant 2008 David James All-Conference 2010 Tristan Cooper (1st team) David James (1st team) Matt Friant (2nd team) 2009 David James (1st team) Tristan Cooper (2nd team) 2008 David James (2nd team) 2007 None 2006 None 2005 None 2004 None 2003 Zach Boatwright (2nd team) 2002 Chad Kingston (2nd team) 2001 Michael Sparkes (2nd team) Chad Kingston (2nd team) 2000 None 1999 None 1998 None 1997 Brian Hull (1st team) 1996 Brandon Johnson William Shoemate ASC Coach of the Year 1996 Sally Wood ASC Runner of the Week 1997 Brian Hull 1998 Brian Hull 2009 David James 2010 David James ASC Sportsmanship Athlete of the Year 2010 David James

ASC All-Academic Team 2010 Tristan Cooper Zach Doty David James Michael Melcher Jeremy Provence Trent Ueunten 2009 Tristan Cooper Zach Doty Lee Goble Jeremy Provence 2008 Isaac Doss Lee Goble Tyler Wilson 2007 Mike Laws Lee Short 2006 Mike Laws Lee Short 2005 Brett Hays Mark Meade 2004 Clif Cottrell David Hamilton 2003 Clif Cottrell 2002 Sam Fincher 2001 Tim Servis 2000 Matt Yetter 1999 Chance Lawless 1998 Ricky Armstrong Matt Young 1997 Ricky Armstrong Jason Jordan John Scribner Matt Young 1996 Ricky Armstrong Matt Young

NAIA National Qualifier 1996 Brandon Johnson Regional Qualifier 1996 Brandon Johnson

Brandon Johnson

United States Track & Field And Cross Country Coaches Association USTFCCCA All-Region Team 2009 David James 2010 Tristan Cooper David James NCAA III Regional Participants 2008 Tristan Cooper David James Jeremy Provence 2009 Tristan Cooper David James Jeremy Provence 2010 Tristan Cooper David James Calvin Jones Matt Friant Calvin Scharf Trent Ueunten Jeremy Provence

Brian Hull

Michael Sparkes

Ozarks Male Athlete of the Year 2010 Tristan Cooper

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+ women’s honors & awards American Southwest Conference All-Conference 1997 Siama Chauhan (1st team) Rebecca McCollum (1st team) 1996 Siama Chauhan Becky Stoltenberg Capital One Academic All-American 2010 Ashley Teague ASC Coach of the Year 1996 Sally Wood ASC Runner of the Week 1997 Rebecca McCollum NCAA III Regional Participants 2009 Tadera Garland 2010 Tadera Garland Lindsey Kellaway Lacey Mainer Samantha Sparks Ashley Teague

ASC All-Academic Team 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Tadera Garland Ashley Teague Tadera Garland Lindsey Hanna Samantha Puent Rebekah Reed Rebecca Bogue Jodie Clark Jenni Gudahl Sydney Johnson Samantha Puent Amanda Stang Rebecca Bogue Jodie Clark Jenni Gudahl Sydney Johnson Samantha Puent Amanda Stang Devon Bottoms Jodie Clark Tiffany Koller Amanda Stang Claudia Aguilar Devon Bottoms Tiffany Koller Sydney Johnson Amanda Stang Claudia Aguilar Kaleigh Dees Claudia Aguilar Wendy Springer Lisa Hilton Jennifer Jungman Anne Obermueller Amanda Treat Lyndsey Trimble Tracy Duncan Christa Miser Amanda Treat Tammy Myers Carla Rhodes Rebecca McCollum Tammy Myers Rebecca McCollum Tammy Myers Becky Stoltenberg

Samantha Puent

Tammy Myers

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men’s all-time results + 2010 Head Coach: Brian Hull Date Meet Sept. 3 Ark. Tech Twilight Sept. 11 Texas-Tyler Inv. Sept. 25 Memphis Twilight Oct. 2 Rhodes College Inv. Oct. 30 ASC Championships Nov. 13 NCAA III Regionals 2009 Head Coach: Brian Hull Sept. 5 Memphis Twilight Sept. 11 Ark. Tech Twilight Sept. 26 Rhodes College Inv. Oct. 1 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 10 Harding Stampede Oct. 31 ASC Championships Nov. 14 NCAA III Regionals 2008 Head Coach: Brian Hull Aug. 29 Ark. Tech Twilight Sept. 23 Bob Gravett Inv. Sept. 27 UALR Open Oct. 2 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 25 Lambuth Univ. Nov. 1 ASC Championships Nov. 15 NCAA III Regionals

Place Pts. 4 of 6 125 3 of 9 69 19 of 30 480 3 of 15 114 2 of 15 51 Individual

22 of 24 699 5 of 6 123 10 of 12 178 4 of 5 81 6 of 7 148 4 of 9 109 Individual

4 of 7 131 2 of 4 7 of 7 154 2 of 4 38 2 of 4 35 4 of 9 146 Individual

2007 Head Coach: Elizabeth Caroscio Aug. 31 Ark. Tech Twilight 6 of 6 Sept. 8 Bob Gravett Inv. 2 of 3 Sept. 22 Hendrix Orange Crush 4 of 4 Sept. 27 Lyon College Inv. 3 of 3 Oct. 11 Lambuth Invitational 2 of Oct. 27 ASC Championships 9 of 9 2006 Head Coach: Elizabeth Caroscio Sept. 23 Hendrix Orange Crush5 of 5 Sept. 29 Lyon College Inv. 2 of 2 Oct. 7 Memphis Twilight 24 of 24 Oct. 17 Lambuth Invitational 3 of 4 Oct. 28 ASC Championships 9 of 10 2005 Head Coach: Elizabeth Caroscio Sept. 10 Ouachita Baptist Inv. 4 of 4 Sept. 17 Hendrix Orange Crush 9 of 10 Sept. 30 Lyon College Inv. NA Oct. 15 Hendrix Warrior Class. 4 of 5 Oct. 29 ASC Championships 8 of 10

187 51 103 62 216

132 35 687 92 227

114 235 240

2004 Head Coach: Kelly Stutz Date Meet Sept. 11 Ouachita Baptist Inv. Sept. 18 Hendrix Orange Crush Oct. 1 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 9 Harding University Inv. Oct. 16 Hendrix Warrior Inv. Oct. 30 ASC Championships

Place 5 of 6 of 6 3 of 5 3 of 5 NA 7 of 7

2003 Head Coach: Jon Janssen Sept. 13 Ouachita Baptist Inv. Sept. 20 Orange Crush Inv. Sept. 26 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 4 Rhodes College Inv. Oct. 18 Hendrix College Inv. Nov. 1 ASC Championships

NA 1 of 3 2 of 4 NA 1 of 5 5 of 7

2002 Head Coach: Jon Janssen Sept. 14 Ouachita Baptist Inv. Sept. 21 Orange Crush Sept. 27 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 19 Hendrix College Inv. Oct. 26 ASC Championships

NA 4 of 5 116 3 of 3 67 NA Individual

2001 Head Coach: Jon Janssen Sept. 8 Ouachita Baptist Inv. Sept. 28 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 6 Rhodes College Inv. Oct. 20 Hendrix College Inv. Oct. 27 ASC Championships

10 of 12 164 3 of 3 59 NA 4 of 5 95 5 of 7 120

2000 Head Coach: Jon Janssen Sep. 9 Ouachita Baptist Inv. Oct. 7 Rhodes College Inv. Oct. 19 Hendrix College Inv. Sep. 29 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 28 ASC Championships

9 of 11 248 12 of 15 316 7 of 7 122 4 of 5 109 5 of 7 125

1999 Head Coach: Jon Janssen Sept. 11 Ouachita Baptist Inv. Sept. 24 Ark. Tech Inv. Oct. 10 Rhodes College Inv. Oct. 17 Hendrix College Inv. Oct. 30 ASC Championships

9 of 10 2 of 3 NA 2 of 3 6 of 7

51 164

1998 Head Coach: Sally Wood Sept. 12 Ouachita Baptist Inv. Sept. 25 Ark. Tech Inv. Oct. 2 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 16 Hendrix College Inv. Nov. 7 ASC Championships

NA NA NA NA 4 of 4

103

Pts. 156 65 182

1997 Head Coach: Sally Wood Date Meet Sept. 13 Ouachita Baptist Inv. Sept. 20 Ark. Tech Inv. Oct. 3 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 17 Hendrix College Inv. Oct. 25 ASC Championships

Place Pts. NA 1 of 4 NA NA 3 of 4 70

1996 Head Coach: Sally Wood Oct. 26 ASC Championships

1 of 3 44

30 42 16 121

282 51

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+ women’s all-time results 2010 Head Coach: Brian Hull Date Meet Sept. 3 Ark. Tech Twilight Sept. 11 Texas-Tyler Inv. Sept. 25 Memphis Twilight Oct. 2 Rhodes College Inv. Oct. 30 ASC Championships Nov. 13 NCAA III Regionals 2009 Head Coach: Brian Hull Sept. 5 Memphis Twilight Sept. 11 Ark. Tech Twilight Sept. 26 Rhodes College Inv. Oct. 1 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 31 ASC Championships Nov. 14 NCAA III Regionals 2008 Head Coach: Brian Hull Aug. 29 Ark. Tech Twilight Sept. 23 Bob Gravett Inv. Sept. 27 UALR Open Oct. 2 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 25 Lambuth Univ. Nov. 1 ASC Championships Nov. 15 NCAA III Regionals

Place Pts. 5 of 6 152 7 of 11 237 30 of 32 886 Individual 9 of 13 236 Individual

24 of 24 524 5 of 6 166 10 of 14 271 4 of 5 81 10 of 10 253 Individual

9 of 9 256 NA 7 of 7 184 4 of 4 98 2 of 4 34 9 of 10 392 Individual

2007 Head Coach: Elizabeth Caroscio Aug. 31 Ark. Tech Twilight 7 of 7 Sept. 8 Bob Gravett Inv. 6 of 4 Sept. 22 Hendrix Orange Crush 7 of 7 Sept. 27 Lyon College Inv. 3 of 4 Oct. 11 Lambuth Invitational 2 of Oct. 27 ASC Championships 9 of 10 2006 Head Coach: Elizabeth Caroscio Sept. 23 Hendrix Orange Crush 7 of 7 Sept. 29 Lyon College Inv. 3 of 4 Oct. 7 Memphis Twilight 22 of 24 Oct. 17 Lambuth Invitational 4 of 4 Oct. 28 ASC Championships 7 of 11

201 117 203 77 249

178 79 625 96 196

2005 Head Coach: Elizabeth Caroscio Sept. 10 Ouachita Baptist Inv. 3 of 3 81 Sept. 17 Hendrix Orange Crush 10 of 11 349 Sept. 30 Lyon College Inv. 9 of 11 Oct. 15 Hendrix Warrior Class. 5 of 5 Oct. 29 ASC Championships 9 of 10 207 2004 Head Coach: Kelly Stutz Sept. 11 Ouachita Baptist Inv. 6 of Sept. 18 Hendrix College Crush 7 of 7 186 Oct. 1 Lyon College Inv. 3 of Oct. 9 Harding University Inv. 5 of 5 89 Oct. 16 Hendrix Warrior Inv. NA Oct. 30 ASC Championships 8 of 10 198

2003 Head Coach: Jon Janssen Date Meet Place Pts. Sept. 13 Ouachita Baptist Inv. NA Sept. 20 Orange Crush Inv. 9 of 9 253 Sept. 26 Lyon College Inv. NA Oct. 4 Rhodes College Inv. NA Oct. 18 Hendrix College Inv. NA Nov. 1 ASC Championships Individual 2002 Head Coach: Jon Janssen Sept. 14 Ouachita Baptist Inv. Sept. 21 Orange Crush Inv. Sept. 27 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 19 Hendrix College Inv. Oct. 26 ASC Championships

NA 6 of 6 153 NA NA Individual

2001 Head Coach: Jon Janssen Sept. 8 Ouachita Baptist Inv. Sept. 28 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 6 Rhodes College Inv. Oct. 20 Hendrix College Inv. Oct. 27 ASC Championships

14 of 16 336 Individual NA Individual 7 of 10 188

2000 Head Coach: Jon Janssen Sep. 9 Ouachita Baptist Inv. Oct. 7 Rhodes College Inv. Oct. 19 Hendrix College Inv. Sep. 29 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 28 ASC Championships

11 of 11 13 of 13 7 of 7 7 of 7 7 of 9

332 370 212 165 179

1999 Head Coach: Jon Janssen Sept. 11 Ouachita Baptist Inv. Sept. 24 Ark. Tech Inv. Oct. 10 Rhodes College Inv. Oct. 17 Hendrix College Inv. Oct. 30 ASC Championships

15 of 15 4 of 4 7 of 9 5 of 5 6 of 7

459 102 224 140 162

1998 Head Coach: Sally Wood Sept. 12 Ouachita Baptist Inv. Sept. 25 Ark. Tech Inv. Oct. 2 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 16 Hendrix College Inv. Nov. 7 ASC Championships

NA NA NA NA 4 of 4

102

1997 Head Coach: Sally Wood Sept. 13 Ouachita Baptist Inv. Sept. 20 Ark. Tech Inv. Oct. 3 Lyon College Inv. Oct. 17 Hendrix College Inv. Oct. 25 ASC Championships

NA NA NA NA 2 of 4

55

1996 Head Coach: Sally Wood Oct. 26 ASC Championships 2 of 4

46

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men’s all-time lettermen + A

Felipe Alvarez (00-01) Ricky Armstrong (95-98)

B

Corey Bailey (09) Franqua Bedell (97) Zack Boatwright (03-04) R. Armstrong Zac Bottoms (05) Jeremy Box (98) John Burgess (04-05)

C

R. Cheatham

Alex Chandler (08) Robert Cheatham (97-98) Kevin Cheek (00-01) Justin Chuleewah (99) Tristan Cooper (08-10) Clif Cottrell (02-05) Nick Crider (01)

K

Y

L

James Zinke (98)

Michael Kidd (09) Chad Kingston (98, 00-02) Shams Kitz (96) Eston Klutts (09) Chance Lawless (99) Michael Laws (05-08) Keen Seong Liew (07)

Matt Yetter (99-01) Matt Young (96-98) Nick Yount (99)

Z

M. Young

M

Mark Mead (05) Michael Melcher (10)

P

Josh Patterson (03-04) Gary Perry (02) Tristan Potter (97) Jeremy Provence (08-10)

Q

D

Patrick Quinn (01)

Christian Dickerson (01) Isaac Doss (07-08) Zach Doty (08-10) Kevin Duncan (99)

R

David Ray (04, 05) Daniel Reimueller (03)

E

S

Ben Eakin (07) Tom Evans (08)

F

Sam Fincher (02) Matt Friant (10)

G

A. Sanders

Brian Gardner (96) Jason Ghio (96) Lee Goble (08-09) Alex Gossett (07) Chris Grimes (06)

Aaron Sanders (00-03) Dalton Sawyer (97) Calvin Scharf (10) Jose Schoenberg (04) John Scribner (97) Tim Servis (00-03) Kerry Shirley (05-06) William Shoemate (96)

Lee Short (06) Jacob Sibley (03-05) Andrew Smallwood (97) Eric Smith (96) Michael Sparkes (99-02)

H

David Hamilton (04) Clint Hawkins (99) Brett Hays (02, 05) Max Hilgendorf (10) Matthew Hill (98) Brian Hull (97-00) Jacob Hulsey (04)

T

J

V

Shane Tucker (06) Tad Turner (06-07) Ryan Twiggs (98, 99, 01)

U

Trent Ueunten (09-10)

Taylor Jacks (07-10) David James (08-10) Mark Jelks (05) Brandon Johnson (94, 96) TJ Johnson (96) Calvin Jones (10) Kody Jones (04-06) Kyle Jones (06-07) Jason Jordan (97)

Chase Van Hoose (06)

W

Tyler Wilson (07) Zack Wingate (06-07) Derek Winter (02) Ben Wolf (07) Brett Wood (07)

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+ women’s all-time results L

A

Erin Langham (96) Victoria Long (97-98)

Claudia Aguilar (02-05) Amanda Alders (01)

M

B

Lacey Mainer (10) Kristin Martin (01) Rebecca McCollum (96-97)

Laura Bedsole (08) Tonya Bibee (99-00) Becca Bogue (05-06) Devon Bottoms (04-05) Ashley Bush (10) Katherine Byrd (02)

C

S. Chauhan

Christina Cameron (00-01) Siama Chauhan (96-97) Tiffany Choate (00) Jodie Clark (05-06) Sarah Clary (98-99) Amanda Clifft (01)

Cameron Osborne (01-04) Samantha Puent (06-08)

Kaleigh Dees (03) Danielle Dirks (09) Melissa Doke (00) Tracy Duncan (96, 99)

R

Jessica Reed (07-08) Kayla Reed (03) Rebekah Reed (07-08) Kayla Reedy (03) Amy Reid (98-99) Carla Rhodes (97-98) Mollie Roam (96) Ashleigh Roberts (07) Carrie Rogers (01-02) Sarah Rosenberg (00-01) Susan Rummel (07-10) Colbey Russo (10)

E

Whitney Eastman (07) Jennifer Ewing (96)

F

LeAnn Finley (00) Barbie Fisher (97) Deborah Fox (98)

G

S

Karen Garcia (05-06) Tadera Garland (08-10) Lisa Ghio (99) Debbie Giesecke (01) Chelsea Glasscock (09) Lucia Gomez (05) Jenni Gudahl (06)

Lindsay Hanna (06-09) Christy Harrison (96) Jessica Heidelberg (07-09) Tamara Higdon (01) Lisa Hilton (99-00) Kerri Hughes (02)

J

Elisa Jacobo (99) April James (00) Sydney Johnson (03-04, 06) Lindsey Kellaway (10) Carla King (98) Tiffany Koller (04-05)

Cassie Saorrono (10) Georgina Serano (07) Wendy Springer (01-02) Samantha Sparks (10) Amanda Stang (03-06) Becky Stoltenberg (96)

A. Stang

H

K

O P

D

K. Garcia

Lisa Mercer (04) Ivana Mihajlovic (05) Crista Miser (99) R. McCollum Missy Moudy (00) Karen Murray (07) Lori Myers (96-97) Tammy Myers (96,-98)

T

Kayla Tatum (10) Ashley Teague (10) Amanda Treat (98-00)

W

Rebecca Watkins (00) Rachel Watley (09) Melissa Worm (98) Rebecca Wheeler (97)

Y

Kristi Young (99)

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american southwest conference + American Southwest Conference The American Southwest Conference, one of the largest intercollegiate athletic conferences in NCAA Division III, is in its second decade of providing quality athletic experiences for its student-athletes, coaches and administrators. Founded in May 1996 to provide a structure for intercollegiate athletics among member institutions, the American Southwest Conference includes former members of the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association (TIAA) and other institutions from outside the Texas borders. From the eight founding institutions to today’s present group of 15 college and universities, the ASC encompasses institutions sharing similar educational and athletic philosophies. Spreading across the 422,060 square miles of the states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas, the ASC offers student-athletes competition in 16 sports with opportunity for advancement to conference and NCAA Division III championships. The roster of American Southwest Conference members includes Centenary College, Concordia University Texas, East Texas Baptist University, Hardin-Simmons University, Howard Payne University, LeTourneau University, Louisiana College, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, McMurry University, Mississippi College, University of the Ozarks, Schreiner University, Sul Ross State University, University of Texas at Dallas, University of Texas at Tyler, and Texas Lutheran University. ASC championships are conducted in 16 sports (8 men, 8 women). Men’s championships are offered in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis and track and field. Women’s championships are offered in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field and volleyball. The American Southwest Conference is headquartered in Richardson, Texas.

Amy Carlton ASC Commissioner Amy Carlton is the Commissioner of the American Southwest Conference with oversight of the league’s long-term and daily administration and operations, including member and NCAA relations, compliance, scheduling and championships. Carlton was appointed Interim Commissioner July 1, 2006 after serving as ASC Assistant Commissioner/Director of Media Relations. Carlton joined the ASC office in January 2002 after 13-1/2 years in sports information at NCAA Division I institutions, including 10 years as Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations at the University of Michigan (1990-2000). She was Assistant Sports Information Director at Northern Illinois University (1989-90) and a graduate intern at both Western Illinois University (1987-88) and Michigan (198889). Carlton began her career at Division III institutions as an assistant in the news bureau at Franklin College (1981-82) and Director of News and Sports Information at Manchester College (1982-87). Carlton is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), National Association of Division III Athletic Administrators (NADIIIAA), National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators (NACWAA), and the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). A native of Greencastle, Ind., Carlton is a 1981 graduate of Franklin College (Ind.), where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism.

Greg Weghorst Media Relations Assistant Commissioner Greg Weghorst was named Director of Media Relations of the American Southwest Conference in February 2007 after serving in an interim role since August 2006. He was later promoted to Assistant Commissioner in 2010. Weghorst is the fifth media relations director of the ASC. He provides an oversight of the conference’s media relations operation, including compilation of league statistics and standings and NCAA reports, production of the ASC weekly sport reports, maintaining the ASC web site and assisting with conference issues and tournament administration. A sports writer with the Temple Daily Telegram prior to coming to the ASC, Weghorst provided coverage of the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Central Texas Blackhawks/Marshals of the North American Hockey League and Temple-area high schools. He was part of the coverage team for the 2005 EV1. net Houston Bowl and the 2004 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. A native of Waco, Texas, he is a 2003 graduate of Mary Hardin-Baylor with a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communications/ journalism.

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UNIVERSITY OF THE OZARKS

• First co-educational college west of the Mississippi • First Arkansas woman to receive a college degree • First historically white college in Arkansas to admit African- Americans • 650 students from 21 states and 17 countries. • 80 percent of faculty hold the highest degrees in their fields • Average class size is 14 and the student/ faculty ratio is 13:1 • 60 majors, minors, and pre- professional degrees • 75 percent of students live on campus • 95 percent of students receive some type of finan cial aid

• Consistently ranked as one of the Best Values in the South by US News • Voted one of the best places to work by The Chronicle of Higher Education

Majors Accounting Art* Biology* Business Administration Business Education* Chemistry Communications-Radio, TV & Video Communications-Strategic Composite Science Early Childhood Education*† Economics English* Environmental Studies History* History & Literature Management Marketing Mathematics* Middle Level Education*† Music Philosophy Physical Education* Political Science Psychology Psychology of Human Behavior Religion Religion/Philosophy Social Sciences* Sociology Spanish Theatre Pre-Professional Programs Pre-Engineering Pre-Law Pre-Medical Sciences Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Respiratory Therapy Pre-Veterinary Sciences * Teaching Certificates available † Special education certificates available

University Sponsored Groups Campus Activities Board (CAB) Residence Hall Association (RHA) Student Foundation Board (SFB) Student Government Association (SGA) Honor Societies Alpha Chi Beta Beta Beta (Biology) Kappa Delta Pi (Education) Phi Alpha Theta (History) Sigma Alpha (Sociology) Sigma Tau Delta (English) Student Publications/Media Aerie (Yearbook) Falstaff (Literary magazine) KUOZ-Channel 6 KUOZ-LP 100.5 FM Religious Organizations Alpha & Omega Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM) Catholic Campus Ministries (CCM) Fellowship of Christian Athletes Methodist Campus Ministries (MCM) Presbyterian Connection Presbyterian Students Recreational Organizations Ozarks Disc Golf Association Ozarks Outback Club Ozarks Shooting Club Academic Organizations Beta Sigma Kappa Fortissimo (Music Club) Ozarks Alchemists Ozarks Art Club Ozarks Biological Society Ozarks Mathematical Society Ozarks Student Education Association Phi Beta Lambda (Business) Students in Free Enterprise University Players Special Interest Groups Amnesty International BACCHUS College Republicans Fire Corps In Focus Ozarks Photography Club Investment Club Martial Arts Club Planet Club Rotaract Screaming Eagles Forensic Club Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Model UN Group Young Democrats

University of the ozarks cross country

Ashley teague academic all-american

Tristan Cooper USTFCCCA All-Region Matt Friant ASC Freshman of the YEar

David James USTFCCCA All-Region

2011 schedule Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Sept. 3

Memphis Twilight

Memphis, TN

8:30 p.m.

Sept. 17

#Southern Stampede

Joplin, MO

9:00 a.m.

Oct. 1

Ozarks Invitational

Home

10:00 a.m.

Oct. 7

Mississippi College Invitational

Clinton, MS

4:30 p.m.

Oct. 19

Arkansas D-III Championships

Home

4:00 p.m.

Oct. 29

ASC Championships

Seguin, TX

TBA

Nov. 12

NCAA III South/Southeast Regional

Seguin, TX

TBA

Nov. 19

NCAA III National Championships

Winneconne, WI

TBA

#Missouri Southern University


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