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Social Media FACEBOOK Memphis Tigers facebook.com/MemphisTigers Baseball facebook.com/MemphisBaseball Men’s Basketball facebook.com/InsideMemphisBasketball Women’s Basketball facebook.com/MemphisWBKB Men’s Golf facebook.com/MemphisTigersGolf Women’s Golf facebook.com/MemphisGolf Men’s Soccer facebook.com/MemphisSoccer Women’s Soccer facebook.com/MemphisWSoccer Softball facebook.com/MemphisSoftball Men’s Tennis facebook.com/MemphisMensTennis Women’s Tennis facebook.com/MemphisWomensTennis Track and Field facebook.com/MemphisTrack Volleyball facebook.com/MemphisVolleyball

Cross Country 8-30 Media.............................................................................................8 Coaches & Staff........................................................................ 9-11 Meet the Tigers...................................................................... 12-18 2011 Review........................................................................... 19-20 TWITTER History.................................................................................... 21-30 Memphis Tigers Men’s Golf 31-58 Media.......................................................................................... 32 Coaches & Staff...................................................................... 33-34 Meet the Tigers...................................................................... 35-39 2011-12 Review...................................................................... 40-43 History.................................................................................... 44-58

Baseball Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Men’s Golf Women’s Golf Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball

Women’s Golf 59-84 Media.......................................................................................... 60 Coaches & Staff...................................................................... 61-62 YOUTUBE Meet the Tigers...................................................................... 63-66 Memphis Tigers 2011-12 Review...................................................................... 67-69 History.................................................................................... 70-83 FOURSQUARE Rifle 85-94 Media.......................................................................................... 86 Coaches & Staff........................................................................... 87 Meet the Tigers...................................................................... 88-89 2011-12 Review...................................................................... 90-91 History.................................................................................... 92-93 Men’s Soccer 95-124 Media..................................................................................... 96-97 Coaches & Staff.................................................................... 98-100 Meet the Tigers.................................................................. 101-108 2011 Review....................................................................... 109-112 History................................................................................ 113-123 Women’s Soccer 125-154 Media................................................................................. 126-127 Coaches & Staff.................................................................. 128-129 Meet the Tigers.................................................................. 131-139 2011 Review....................................................................... 140-143 History................................................................................ 144-154 Volleyball 155-194 Media................................................................................. 156-157 Coaches & Staff.................................................................. 158-161 Meet the Tigers.................................................................. 162-166 2011 Review....................................................................... 167-172 History................................................................................ 173-194

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EDITORS: Mark Taylor, Brad Pope, Travis Chell, Blake Barington, Jared Brown LAYOUT/COVERS: Brandon Kolditz ASSISTANCE: Lamar Chance, Tammy DeGroff, Bob Winn, Ron Mears, Preston McClellan, Bryan McEldowney PHOTOGRAPHY: Photos were taken by professional sports photographers Joe Murphy, Lindsey Lissau, Memphis Convention & Visitors Bureau.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts University President - Dr. Shirley C. Raines Dr. Shirley C. Raines became the 11th president of the University of Memphis on July 1, 2001. She is the first woman to hold the presidency of the University, which was founded in 1912. The University is classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a high research university, with approximately 23,000 students and 2,500 employees. Previous to her appointment at the University of Memphis, Dr. Raines was Vice Chancellor for Academic Services and Dean of the College of Education at the University of Kentucky. While at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., she received the Distinguished Faculty Member award and has received two research awards from the Eastern Educational Research Association. She is the author of 14 books and numerous journal articles and is widely regarded as an expert in teacher education and early childhood education. During the years of Dr. Raines’ tenure at the University of Memphis, some of the following building projects have been completed: the FedEx Institute of Technology, the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management, the Student Activities Plaza and fountain, the clock tower, University Services Building with new bookstore, additions to the Carpenter Student Housing Complex, the renovation of Wilder Tower, the University Center, the Living Learning Residence Complex and relocation of the Law School to the historic downtown location on the Mississippi River. Improvement to athletics facilities have also been a priority with the construction of the Athletic Training Facility, Penny Hardaway Athletics Hall of Fame, Tiger Softball Complex, FedExPark, Frank L. Flautt Golf Center, and upgrades and renovations to the football training facilities, Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium and the Elma Roane Fieldhouse.

Described in The Commercial Appeal as “powerful, prepared and personable,” she has become known for her effective work in building productive partnerships on and off the campus. This emphasis has enabled the University to realize significant increases in annual giving to the University. Establishment of the University of Memphis Research Foundation along with the University’s focus on engaged scholarship in the community has facilitated an increase of sponsored research grants and contract awards by almost 100 percent. Major focus areas of her work with students include an increased emphasis on the retention of students, expansion of the University’s Honors and Emerging Leaders programs, the establishment of a guaranteed internship program for qualified students, living learning residential and curricular learning communities throughout campus, and the establishment of the University of Memphis Lambuth Campus. Dr. Raines served on the board for the NCAA for five years and chaired the Presiden-

tial Task Force Oversight and Monitoring Group while also serving on the Board of Directors of Conference USA. She chaired C-USA and will become a member of the BIG EAST Governing Board in July of 2013. Dr. Raines earned her Doctorate in Education and her Master of Science degree from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Her Bachelor of Science degree is from the University of Tennessee at Martin. She also completed the Management Development Program from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has returned to Harvard for the past five years as a keynote speaker for the Institutes for Higher Education addressing new university presidents and chancellors. A native of Bells, Tenn., she is married to retired professor, Dr. Robert J. Canady. In his retirement, he is a stained glass artist. Dr. Raines has one son and two grandchildren.

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M Presidents Dr. Shirley C. Raines Dr. Ralph Faudree (interim) Dr. V. Lane Rawlins Dr. Thomas Carpenter Dr. Jerry Boone (interim) Dr. Billy M. Jones Dr. John Richardson (interim) Dr. C.C. Humphreys Dr. J. Millard Smith Lamar Newport (acting) Dr. J. Millard Smith Dr. Jennings B. Sanders Dr. Richard C. Jones Dr. John Willard “J.W.” Brister Dr. Andrew A. Kincannon Dr. John Willard “J.W.” Brister Dr. Seymour A. Mynders

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Tom Bowen was named the University of Memphis Director of Athletics in an Apr. 16, 2012, press conference in the Penny Hardaway Athletics Hall of Fame assembly room. Bowen officially started work on the U of M campus in June. Bowen leads the Athletics Department at the University of Memphis after serving as the Athletics Director at San Jose State University (SJSU) since December 2004. While at San Jose State, the core of Bowen’s mission was building a “Culture of Champions” academically, athletically and in the community. To reach that end, Bowen instilled a greater sense of purpose, commitment and execution from student-athletes, coaches, staff, alumni and friends. An integral member of the SJSU’s presidential staff, Bowen created and implemented short and long-term revenue streams for intercollegiate athletics. He led the Spartan Foundation — the department’s fundraising component — through consistently challenging and uncertain economic conditions to unprecedented fiscal heights at the university. The Spartans produced annual budget surpluses four-straight years under his direction and re-invested their gains back into their studentathletes and teams. In his first four football seasons (2005-08), San Jose State produced the most wins at the school since 1990-93. Last year, the Spartans were one of the most improved teams in the FBS with road wins at Colorado State and Fresno State and a home triumph in their first meeting with Navy. The 2006 through 2008 Spartans were the first three SJSU teams to post consecutive .500 or better records in the Western Athletic Conference football standings. The 2006 Spartans capped their finest season in many years, posting a 9-4 overall record and capturing the New Mexico Bowl championship. Recent athletics accomplishments add to his “Culture of Champions.” Women’s golf, women’s soccer, baseball and women’s swimming were the latest teams to win a Western Athletic Conference championship. Women’s water polo is a consistent top-10 national program. Women’s swimming finished 2008-09 with the longest dual meet winning streak in Division I. Women’s gymnastics is entrenched as a NCAA Regional Championship qualifying team. Men’s basketball, men’s soccer and men’s golf have produced measurable gains, particularly in conference competition.

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The Spartans have earned All-America honors in football, women’s golf, baseball and women’s water polo. San Jose State had its first women’s gymnastics individual NCAA Regional champion in 2009. Twelve student-athletes were honored nationally and more than 100 at the conference level for academic achievements in 2009-10. Bowen’s vision for student-athlete success and excellence led to the creation of a Student Success Services component. Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores, as measured by the NCAA, have risen steadily and strikingly under his watch and were at a then university-best in 2009 and were surpassed in the 2010 report. In 2008, San Jose State was named as one of 12 Division I universities cited for Overall Excellence in Diversity in the most recent national study by Texas A&M University on behalf of the NCAA. Bowen’s proven administrative and managerial record at San Jose State has resulted in meaningful national appointments in college athletics. He served as one of eight Football Bowl Subdivision directors of athletics on the 24-member NCAA Division I Football Issues Committee, an appointment that ended in 2011. In 2009, Bowen was one of 12 named to serve as a mentor to aspiring women and ethnic minority athletics administrators in the NCAA Fellows Leadership Program. He was the Tournament Director for the 2010 NCAA Men’s Basketball Division I Championship first and second rounds games played in San Jose. Bowen joined the staff at San Jose State after serving three years as the Director of Community Affairs and the executive director of the 49ers Foundation for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League. He directed all of the team’s fundraising activities and was responsible for alumni and current player participation in the community. His Division I experience at

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the collegiate level includes athletics administration positions at the University of California and Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, Calif. As an assistant and associate director of athletics at California from July 2000 through September 2002, he was responsible for athletics fundraising. Bowen was credited with developing the first comprehensive planned giving program for the Golden Bears. At Saint Mary’s College, he was the Director of Foundations and Corporate Relations from May 1995 to January 1997, before being appointed to an associate director of athletics position by the president of the college. From January 1997 through April 2000, he managed the athletics department’s budget, directed a corporate sponsorship program and interacted with the academic senate, faculty and university personnel on student-athlete issues. His first professional leadership appointment in athletics was at De La Salle High School in Concord, Calif. From 1987 through 1995, he held the positions of athletics director and assistant football coach. The 1983 graduate of the University of Notre Dame majored in theology/sociology and spent six years studying for the priesthood with the Holy Cross Fathers. Bowen went on to earn a master’s degree in administration/education from the University of San Francisco in 1990. Active throughout the entire Bay Area, he was named to the San Jose Mercury News’ Top25 Most Powerful Sports Figures in the Bay Area. Bowen served on the board of the San Jose Sports Authority, and he was an adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco School of Sports Management and at San Jose State University’s Department of Kinesiology, where he taught sports management classes. He is a Level 2 certified member of the College Athletic Business Management Association (CABMA) and has memberships in the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and the Association of Fundraising Professionals. He and his wife, Mia, are the parents of three children: sons, Andrew and Peter, and daughter, McKenna.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts University For the past 100 years, the University of Memphis has been a catalyst for progress in the city of Memphis, the state of Tennessee and the surrounding Mid-South region. From its inception in 1912 as a “normal school” dedicated to the education of public school teachers to its role today as an educator of technologically savvy, socially conscious graduates who face a complex world, the U of M has always been an integral component of the greater community. Exceptional students from 46 states and 99 countries choose the University of Memphis as their collegiate home. Approximately 23,000 students attend the U of M, including more than 2,400 first-time freshmen and 2,700 students who live on campus in university housing. As a doctoral-granting metropolitan research university, the University is committed to excellence in undergraduate, graduate and professional education; in the discovery and dissemination of knowledge; in engaged scholarship to the metropolitan community, state and nation; and in the preparation of a diverse student population for successful careers and meaningful participation in a global society. Ever forward looking, the University of Memphis is poised to enter one of its most historic and productive periods. As the university continues to celebrate its 100th anniversary this year, its faculty, staff, alumni and benefactors have never been more willing, able and generous in their efforts to build an academic environment that makes a lifelong impact. The University’s strategic plan addresses its goals. Foremost among these is the ability to recruit outstanding faculty, enroll motivated students and provide distinctive learning experiences so its students are prepared for successful and meaningful participation in a diverse society. Currently, the U of M offers 17 bachelor’s degrees in more than 50 areas of study, master’s degrees in 55 subjects and doctoral degrees in 25 disciplines. It also offers a specialist’s degree in education, a juris doctorate in law and 21 graduate certificates. Degree programs at the University of Memphis are divided into 10 colleges and schools – College of Arts and Sciences, Fogelman College of Business and Economics, College of Communication and Fine Arts, College of Education, Health and Human Sciences, Herff College of Engineering, the School of Public Health, University College, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, Loewenberg School of Nursing, and the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

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For academically ambitious and talented students, the Helen Hardin Honors Program at the University of Memphis combines the best of a small liberal arts school with the wide-ranging opportunities of a large, nationally-recognized research university. With more than 1,700 students participating in fall 2011, the honors program, now in its 39th year, is the largest honors program in the state of Tennessee. In addition to the main campus in the heart of East Memphis, the University of Memphis opened a campus in Jackson, Tenn., in fall 2011 at what was formerly Lambuth University. It also has off-site campuses and teaching sites in Bartlett, Bolivar, Collierville, Cordova, Covington, Dyersburg, Humboldt, Jackson, Millington and Whitehaven. One of the University’s greatest contributions to the community is its alumni. Many have become nationally and internally renowned in their fields as corporate executives, elected officials, award-winning actors and best-selling authors. More than 64,000 U of M alumni live within a 40-mile radius of Memphis. As it enters its second century, the University will continue to build strong partnerships with alumni, friends and community leaders so that it may empower the next generation of Dreamers. Thinkers. Doers. For more information on the University of Memphis, visit memphis.edu.

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President Dr. Shirley C. Raines Founded 1912 as West Tennessee State Normal School Campus Size 1,607 acres and 237 buildings Operating Budget $439 million Local Economic Impact $1.43 billion Enrollment (for Fall 2010) Total......................................................... 22,725 Undergraduate........................................ 17,966 Graduate.................................................... 4,340 Law School.................................................... 419 Full-time....................................................... 68% Part-time...................................................... 32% Workforce Approximately 2,500 employees including 834 full-time faculty Colleges & Schools • Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law • College of Arts & Sciences • College of Communication and Fine Arts • College of Education, Health and Human Sciences • Fogelman College of Business and Economics • Graduate School • Herff College of Engineering • Loewenberg School of Nursing • School of Communication Sciences and Disorders • School of Public Health • University College Degrees • 17 bachelor’s degrees in more than 50 areas of study and 70 concentrations • Master’s degrees in over 55 subjects • Doctoral degrees in 25 disciplines • Specialist degree in education • Juris Doctor (law degree) • 21 graduate certificates • Online degree program

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Considered the “Home of the Blues” and the “Birthplace of Rock ‘n Roll,” the city of Memphis’ musical roots run deep. However, music is just a chapter in the history as well as the future of the city located in the heart of Mid-America. Memphis, named after the capital of ancient Egypt, has big city amenities with a smalltown feel. Whether you are a hardcore sports enthusiast, a history buff, a music aficionado, or you just like to relax and watch as boats travel the Mississippi River, Memphis has something for everyone. Downtown Memphis has continued to grow and thrive, and two of the most visible projects have been the construction of AutoZone Park and FedExForum. AutoZone Park is the home of the Memphis Redbirds, the St. Louis Cardinals’ Triple-A club. The 14,320-seat stadium includes 1,500 club seats, 48 luxury suites and is located at the corner of Third Street and Union Avenue across from the worldfamous Peabody Hotel. The Memphis Tigers baseball team also plays some of its more highprofile opponents in the top-notch facility. The city’s newest downtown project is FedExForum, an entertainment arena that houses both the Memphis Grizzlies of the National Basketball Association and the University of Memphis men’s basketball team. The $250 million state-of-the-art arena features a 35,000-squarefoot outdoor plaza where fans of all ages can gather before an event. The arena has over 100 points of sale for concession stands and four fullservice restaurants. FedExForum is located one block south of Beale Street. Memphis’ musical roots can be traced to band leader W.C. Handy, who wrote the first blues song here in 1909, a campaign theme for Memphis mayor “Boss” Crump called “Boss Crump Blues” and later published as the “The Memphis Blues.” The sound soon caught on and blues bands filled the clubs along Beale. Young musicians who have performed along Beale include Muddy Waters, Furry Lewis, Albert King, Bobby “Blue” Bland and B.B. King. Beale Street has rapidly become the entertainment center of Memphis, and visitors and locals alike enjoy the food and music offered in the various nightclubs. Where Beale Street meets the Mississippi River is Tom Lee Park, site of the annual Beale Street Music Festival. The weekend-long event is just a part of the month-long Memphis in May International Festival, which also includes the World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest and the Sunset Symphony. Located within a block of Beale is Gibson Guitar Memphis, which includes factory tours and cultural exhibits. Across the street is the Smithsonian’s Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum located at the FedExForum, which includes artifacts documenting music’s past. Memphis’ musical roots also include Stax and Hi-Records as well as Sun Records recording

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studio. Stax became known for “sweet soul music” through such artists as the MarKeys, Booker T. and the MGs, Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Sam and Dave and Isaac Hayes. The Stax Museum reopened on its original location at McLemore and Crump in the summer of 2003 and offers visitors a complete history of “Soulsville USA.” One of Hi-Records’ premier artists was Al Green. Sun Records’ most famous recording artist was Elvis Presley and also boasted Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash among its recording artists. Elvis Presley’s Graceland is one of the five most-visited home tours in America and is the most famous home in the United States after the White House. In 1991, Graceland was placed on the National Register of Historical Places. Over 600,000 visitors tour Graceland each year. Also located downtown is the beautiful Orpheum Theater, which serves as a venue for performances by Ballet Memphis, the Memphis Symphony Orchestra and traveling Broadway shows, as well as the Orpheum Classic Movies series and other concerts. The city’s location makes Memphis a major distribution hub with two interstate highways intersecting the city. Memphis is also home of FedEx, the nation’s largest package carrier which makes Memphis International Airport the world’s busiest cargo airport. Over 500 commercial passenger flights originate from Memphis International each day. Ranked by The Sporting News as one of the “Top 50 Sports Cities In the Country,” the city of Memphis is a large metropolitan city with a hometown feel. From its big-city industry such as FedEx and the Memphis International Airport to

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Memphis Is... • Named for its Egyptian sister city on the Nile • The largest city in Tennessee & the 17th largest city in the United States • Centered in the middle of the nation’s population • The Pork BBQ Capital of the world • The home of The Pyramid, the third largest pyramid in the world • Ranked by the travel industry as one of the top 20 destinations for an athletic event • Ranked as one of the nation’s top 10 convention centers and locations • The nation’s largest spot cotton-trading market • The hardwood capital of the world • The home of the world’s largest cargo airport • The third-largest rail center in the United States • The fourth-largest inland port in the United States • Home to the Memphis Zoo, one of only four zoos in the United States to exhibit giant pandas. • The 35th Best Sports City according to The Sporting News 2011 list.

its family recreation areas such as Shelby Farms and the Memphis Zoo, the city boasts all the amenities one would expect in a city with over 1 million residents, while retaining the charm and down-to-earth feel of a small town.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Tiger Traditions When the University of Memphis first fielded a football team in the fall of 1912, no one had selected a nickname for the squad. Early references to the football team tabbed them only as the Blue and Gray Warriors of West Tennessee Normal School. After the final game of the 1914 season, there was a student parade. During this event, several Normal students shouted, “We fight like Tigers.” The nickname was born. More and more the nickname “Tigers” was used, particularly in campus publications. But, it did not catch on with the newspapers downtown. They continued to use “Normals” or the “Blue and Gray” when referring to the University. In the late 1920s, student publications and downtown newspapers began referring to the football team as the “Teachers” or “Tutors.” The Tigers nickname would return, but not until 1939 was it finally adopted as the official nickname for the University of Memphis. For nearly 40 years, the sideline mascot for the University of Memphis has been a Bengal Tiger named TOM. TOM attends all Tigers football home games, and he can also be found at many other University events throughout the year. TOM travels in style in a custom-designed, climate-controlled trailer and always with police escort. As one of only two universities in America with a live tiger mascot, The University of Memphis is unique in its tiger tradition. As a project of the Highland Hundred, no public or University funds are used to provide for TOM’s needs, and no University resources are required in his care. TOM is a powerful and majestic symbol of the University of Memphis, and his presence presents constant opportunities to educate Tigers fans young and old through

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Stand Firm, O Alma Mater Through All The Years To Come; In Days Of Youth And Beauty Thy Halls Have Been Our Home. In Time Of Preparation Great Lessons Didst Thou Teach Till Now O Alma Mater, The Stars We’ll Strive To Reach. Lead On, O Alma Mater They Sons To Highways, Give Light And Truth Unto Them For All Their Coming Days. To Thee We’ll Give All Honor, Our Hopes Abide In Thee, For Thou, O Alma Mater, Hast Made Us Ever Free.

the preservation of one of the world’s most recognizable endangered species. The first Tiger, TOM, was procured by the Highland Hundred football boosters in 1972 and served the U of M faithfully for nearly 20 years until passing away in February of 1992. The Highland Hundred officially presented TOM to the University in a ceremony at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium on Nov. 11, 1972, during a football game against the University of Cincinnati. TOM had initially been named ‘Shane’ at the suggestion of the breeder’s daughter. Once in Memphis, though, a contest was held to name the mascot. More than 2,500 entries were submitted. The list was ultimately reduced to two choices, Shane and TOM, which stands for Tigers Of Memphis. TOM won. In the fall of 1991, the Highland Hundred Tiger Guard received TOM II as a gift from Tom and

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Go Tigers Go, Go On To Victory, Be A Winner Thru And Thru; Fight Tigers, Fight Cause We’re Going All The Way -Fight, Fight For The Blue And Gray And Say -Let’s Go Tigers Go, Go On To Victory. See Our Colors Bright And True; It’s Fight Now Without A Fear, Fight Now Let’s Shout A Cheer, Shout For Dear Memphis U. (Yell) Go Tigers Go Go Tigers Go Yea -- Tiger Go!

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Carolyn Atchison of Florence, Ala. TOM II served his university with pride for 17 years through 2008, passing away on Oct. 15 of that year. Shortly after TOM II’s death, the Tiger Guard began the search for a new tiger to serve as TOM III, and a stroke of good luck was realized in a discussion with the Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue & Educational Center in Rock Springs, Wis. Faced with three new cubs born Aug. 31, 2008, after an unexpected pregnancy at their facility, founders Jeff Kozlowski and Jenny Meyer offered to donate one of their young tigers to serve as TOM III. TOM III was introduced at a press conference on Nov. 17, 2008, and the Tiger Guard officially presented him to the University on Nov. 22 during a football game against the UCF.

The Logo The University of Memphis’ official logo was redesigned by Craig Thompson from Disciple Design in Memphis, Tenn. The original logo was an MSU with a leaping Tiger coming out from behind the letter. The new logo is an “M” with a leaping Tiger coming up over the center of the “M.”

School Colors The University of Memphis’ official school colors of Blue and Gray were selected in the early 1900s. The colors were chosen in an effort to show unity in a nation that was still recovering from the effects of the Civil War. The student body thought that by picking the colors of the North and the South, the school would show a togetherness among all students.

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Coaches & Staff Head Coach Kevin Robinson.......9-10 Assistant Coach Doug Clark........... 11 Support Staff................................. 11 Meet the Tigers Runners Profiles.......................12-18 2011 Review 2011 Results.............................19-20 History C-USA Championship History...21-24 GMC Championship History.......... 25 Metro Championship History...25-26 Conference Finishes...................... 26 Year-By-Year Results.................27-28 Team Wins..................................... 28 Individual Winners........................ 28 All-Time Women’s Roster.............. 29 Women’s Coaching History............ 29 All-Time Men’s Roster................... 30 Men’s Coaching History................. 30 Honors & Awards.......................... 30

Media Information Practice/Interviews All cross country practices are closed to the media. However, special arrangements can be made by contacting the Athletics Communications Office at least 24 hours prior to practice time. All interviews with head coach Kevin Robinson and cross country coach Doug Clark are conducted through the Athletic Communications Office. Player interviews can also be coordinated throughout the season.

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Brooks Twilight Classic Memphis, Tenn. (Mike Rose Soccer Complex) Vanderbilt Commodore Classic Nashville, Tenn. Rhodes Invitational Memphis, Tenn. (Shelby Farms Park, Gate 8) Pre-NCAA Championship Louisville, Ky. Conference USA Championships Hattiesburg, Miss. NCAA South Regional Tallahassee , Fla. NCAA Championship Louisville, Ky.

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Tigers on the Web The official athletic website of the University of Memphis is www. gotigersgo.com. Media information, such as news releases, statistics, etc., are all available on the website. C-USA Website Additional information about Conference USA and its member institutions can be obtained by logging on to www.conferenceusa.com. The conference site has up-to-date statistics and rankings of all league schools.

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Texas (3) Brandon Keys, Caitlyn Tait, Stephen Tankersley England (1) Louisa Lingley Germany (2) Fabian Fiege, Julien Wolf

General Information School:.............The University of Memphis Location:.......................... Memphis, Tenn. Founded:............................................ 1912 Enrollment:..................................... 22,725 Affiliation:......................... NCAA Division I Conference:...................... Conference USA Nickname:........................................ Tigers Colors:..................................... Blue & Gray Track Facility:............ Billy J. Murphy Track President:....................... Dr. Shirley Raines Athletics Director:................... Tom Bowen Assoc. AD/SWA:...................... Lynn Parkes Websites:............... www.GoTigersGo.com www.Memphis.edu Coaching Staff Head Track Coach:............ Kevin Robinson (University of Memphis, 1998) Tenure at Memphis:...... 7th yr head coach 11th yr at Memphis XC/Dist. Coach:.........................Doug Clark (Central Missouri State, 1981, 4th yr) Team Information 2011 Conference Finish:.................6/8(M) 7/12(W) 2011 NCAA South Regional:.......14/24(M) 18/27(W) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:......7/8 (M) 7/8 (W) Athletics Communications Cross Country Contact:..............Brad Pope Office Phone:.................... (901) 678-5223 Mobile Phone:.................. (901) 336-8203 E-mail:...................sbpope@memphis.edu Office Fax:......................... (901) 678-4134 Address:................570 Normal, Room 203 ...................................Memphis, TN 38152 Social Media Facebook:... facebook.com/MemphisTrack facebook.com/MemphisTigers Twitter:............... twitter.com/TigersMedia YouTube:.........youtube.com/SIDMemphis FourSquare:.foursquare.com/TigersMedia

Class Breakdown Seniors (1) Louisa Lingley Juniors (10) James Maglasang, Justin Pinkston, Trent Scott, Phillip Scruggs, Alisha Fitch, Laura Hill, Jenny Johnston, Meagan Nichols, Nandia Taylor, Aiden Galasso Sophomores (6) Austin Carter, Fabian Fiege, Keanan Joyner, Daniel Kuhman, Erica Owen, Julien Wolf Freshmen (8) Godfrey Fayne Jr., Brandon Keys, Maven Forde, Taylor Kriha, Jeremy Rice, Caitlyn Tait, Stephen Tankersley, Jessica Tatum

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Kevin Robinson Year at Memphis: ...............................10th Birthdate: ...................................... May 21 Hometown .........................Perryville, Mo. Alma Mater: ..................... Memphis, 1998 Wife: . ...............................................Dawn Children:.........Sebastian, Tristan, Matthias

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Since taking over in July of 2006, Kevin Robinson has transformed the Memphis track and field/cross country program into a perennial Conference USA contender and national power. In all, Robinson has seen his studentathletes set more than 40 school records, earn 51 C-USA individual titles and pile up more than 258 All-Conference USA performances in his seven years at the helm. Under Robinson’s tutelage, the men’s program has shown tremendous consistency. The Tigers have posted top-five indoor finishes five years and topfive outdoor performances four times. Robinson’s 2007 outdoor squad — his first season as head coach — won the C-USA Championships crown, the first in the program’s history. On the women’s side, Robinson has guided the Lady Tigers

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1994 Great Midwest Conference (GMC) Newcomer of the Year 1995 Conference USA Indoor Athlete of the Year Seven-time C-USA/GMC Champion Three-time C-USA hammer champion (1996-98) Seven-time NCAA Outdoor Championships Qualifier Set school records in indoor shot put, indoor weight throw, outdoor shot put and hammer

to four top-five finishes at the CUSA Indoor Championships. One of those top-five performances was a third-place showing at the 2008 indoors, the highest finish in program history. The 2011-12 campaign was another successful one for Robinson’s program. He had 14 NCAA Outdoor East Regional qualifiers for a second-consecutive season,

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Men Conf. Indoor Outdoor C-USA ­— — C-USA T-4th 1st C-USA 5th 4th C-USA 6th 7th C-USA 5th 6th C-USA 3rd 5th C-USA 4th 5th

Women Indoor Outdoor — — 5th 8th 3rd 6th 5th 6th 11th 12th 9th 11th 4th 8th

Cross Country Men’s Women’s 8th 10th 8th 10th 7th 12th 7th 11th 7th 10th 6th 7th

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Gaute Myklebust and Gail Lee. Nerdal, who was a teammate of Lowe’s, capped his stellar collegiate career with his fourth All-America honor at the 2010 NCAA Outdoor Championships. Nerdal was the NCAA runner-up in the weight throw for a second-straight year (2009, 2010), marking the first time a Tiger student-athlete finished that high in consecutive NCAA Championships appearances. Earlier that 2010 campaign, Robinson had 16 student-athletes win a total of 27 medals at the C-USA Indoor and Outdoor Championships. Lowe led the Tigers’ medal count with four, while Nerdal and Alex Sweet each garnered three. The previous year (2009), Nerdal made Memphis track and field history, becoming the program’s first male indoor AllAmerican. Nerdal, who was the first male athlete to advance to the NCAA Indoors in 25 years, finished second in the weight throw. In 2008, Robinson coached student-athletes on both the men’s and women’s teams to All-America distinction. Nerdal claimed his first All-America honor with a fourth-place finish in the hammer throw at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. On the women’s side, King earned All-America accolades in the shot put at both the 2008 NCAA Indoor (fourth) and Outdoor (second) Championships. The second-place finish was the highest for a Lady Tiger at the NCAA Outdoors. Charlotte Abrahamsen also represented Memphis at the 2008 NCAA Indoor Championships, competing in the pentathlon. Abrahamsen earned All-America recognition and is the school’s first and only multisport competitor at the NCAA Indoors. Following the 2008 campaign, King and Lee represented the Blue and Gray in the shot put at the United States Olympic Trials. Both King (sixth) and Lee

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2007 C-USA Coach of the Year 13 All-Americans 21 NCAA Championships Participants Three NCAA Regional Champions 2007 C-USA Men’s Outdoor Championships Title 51 C-USA Champions 258 All-C-USA Honorees

matching the program record set the year before. Just as impressive last season was the program’s accomplishments in the classroom. Both the men’s and women’s squads received United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Academic Teams honors, with four student-athletes — Monica Mason, Laura Toldy, Cyarra Wells, Tom Willcox — receiving USTFCCCA individual recognition. The women’s squad tallied a cumulative 3.28 grade-point average, which tied for 23rd among the 171 programs that received USTFCCCA All-Academic Team status. The men’s team recorded a cumulative 3.14 GPA, which tied for 25th among the 85 schools to make the USTFCCCA list. Robinson’s cross country squads saw similar success in the classroom, receiving 2011 USTFCCCA All-Academic Team honors. The women’s and men’s teams posted 3.34 and 3.59 GPA, respectively. Of the 147 men’s programs to achieve USTFCCCA All-Academic status, the Tigers ranked third. Robinson returned to his alma mater in 2002 as an assistant and was promoted to head coach in the summer of 2006. In his 10-year coaching association with the program, Robinson has had nine student-athletes compete in 21 NCAA Championships events and has seen his competitors earn 13 All-America citations, with the most recent being Richard Lowe in 2011. That season, Lowe was named Conference USA’s Male Track Athlete of the Year and finished his collegiate career at the NCAA Outdoor Championships, where he finished seventh in a time of 50.99s in the 400m hurdles. Lowe became Robinson’s 13th All-American. Prior to Lowe, Robinson coached quite possibly the program’s four top field competitors in Seffen Nerdal, Susan King,

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts H e a d C oac h K e v i n R o b i n s o n (ninth) placed in the top-10 and just missed earning a spot on the U.S. squad. In only his first season at the helm (2006-07), Robinson guided the men’s team to the program’s first Conference USA Outdoor Championships crown. The Tigers upset national track and field powerhouse UTEP to win the C-USA title, finishing just a mere 9.5 points ahead of the Miners. For his efforts, Robinson was named the 2007 Conference USA Coach of the Year. At the C-USA Outdoors, Robinson had four Tigers win at least one individual title and saw nine competitors qualify for NCAA Regionals. Three of Robinson’s studentathletes advanced to the NCAA Outdoor Championships, with Nerdal making his first appearance as a freshman. At that year’s NCAA Indoors, Lee earned her second All-America honor with a sixth-place performance in the shot put. Before taking her over Memphis program, Robinson was producing All-Americans as a Tigers assistant. In 2004, Robinson guided Myklebust, a two-time C-USA Male Outdoor Athlete of the Year, to the NCAA Outdoor Championships, where he received All-America honors with a fourth-place finish in the discus. Myklebust was the program’s first All-American in more than 20 years. The following year (200405), Robinson helped Lee to the 2005 NCAA Championships. Lee became the school’s first female All-American in nearly 30 years with a 10th-place finish in the shot put. A 1998 Memphis graduate, Robinson finished his collegiate track and field career as one of the program’s most-decorated competitors, exhibiting prowess in the shot put, weight and hammer throws. As a freshman, he claimed the 1994 Great Midwest Conference (GMC) Indoor

Championships shot put crown. The following season (1995-96), Memphis moved to Conference USA, and Robinson shined in his C-USA Indoor Championships debut. He was named the C-USA Indoor Athlete of the Year after winning the weight throw title and finishing second in the shot put. In his sophomore and senior campaigns, Robinson won CUSA indoor weight and hammer throws titles. Overall, Robinson owns six combined Conference USA weight and hammer throws titles and a Great Midwest Conference shot put title. Robinson also is part of an elite C-USA group of only eight male athletes that have won three or more conference outdoor titles in the same event (hammer throw, 1996-98). Robinson qualified for the 1997 and 1998 NCAA Outdoor Championships in seven combined events. In 1998, he finished 13th in the shot put at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. That same year, Robinson was named the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year and an NSCA All-American. In 2000, Robinson qualified for the Olympic Trials in the shot put and weightlifting. When Robinson graduated in 1998, he held school records in the indoor and outdoor shot put, 35-pound weight throw and hammer throw. The only record he still holds today is the indoor shot put, a testament to both his coaching and athletic skill. A native of Perryville, Mo., Robinson earned his degree in exercise and sport science from Memphis in 1998. After graduation, he began his coaching career as an assistant at Southern Illinois, where he worked from 1998-2002. During his time in Carbondale, Ill., Robinson’s studentathletes set three conference records and posted six school

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marks. Robinson also produced nine NCAA Regional qualifiers, two All-Americans and an Olympic Trials competitor. In 2003, Robinson gained certification in CPR, AED and as an AFAA professional personal trainer. He has since become an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Robinson and his wife, Dawn, have three children: Sebastian, Tristan and Matthias. They reside in Hernando, Miss.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Doug Clark Year at Memphis: .................................4th Birthdate: ......................................... July 5 Hometown ........................ Lexington, Mo. Alma Mater: .....Central Missouri St., 1981

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The 2012 campaign marks Doug Clark’s fourth season in command of the distance runners for the Tigers track and field/ cross country program. This fall, Memphis cross country looks to improve on the teams’ successful 2011 campaigns in recent years. Last season, the men’s and women’s squads had their best showings at the Conference USA Championships in several years. The Tigers tied the program’s best finish at the league’s event with a sixth-place performance. The Memphis men’s squad also placed sixth at the 2001 and 1998 C-USA Championships. The Tigers won their first meet for the first time since 2001, taking top honors at the 2011 Rhodes Invitational. Memphis also participated in the NCAA South Regional, the program’s first regional appearance since 1999. Tigers sophomore standout James Maglasang won his second career event at the 2011 Rhodes Invitational and placed 15th at the 2011 C-USA Championships. Maglasang’s finish earned him All-C-USA third team accolades.

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NCAA Qualifier 1980 Olympic Marathon Trials Qualifier Top Master’s Runner in Oklahoma, 1996-2000

It was the first time a Memphis male performer placed in the top-15 since Mate Nemeth won the 2004 C-USA crown and was named All-C-USA first team. The Lady Tigers were just as impressive in 2011. The women’s team finished seventh at the 2011 C-USA Championships, the program’s second-best performance at the league event (6th in 2005). The Lady Tigers won their first meet since 2005, taking victory at the Rhodes Invitational. The squad also competed in the NCAA South Regional for a second time in Clark’s tenure. Clark joined the Memphis track and field/cross country staff in 2009 with an impressive resume. Overall, Clark has coached All-Americans in cross

Clark’s Coaching Experience Years 1987-93 1994 1994-2000 2000-09 2009-Present

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NCAA Champion at UTEP (Jim Svenoy in 3000m steeplechase) 2004 USA Olympian Charlie Gruber (1500m) 19 NCAA All-Americans 32 additional NCAA Qualifiers Two NCAA Top-20 Cross Country Teams Three-straight Cross Country Individual Big 12 Champions (2004-06) Six Big 12 Champions

country, 1500m, mile, 3000m, 3000m steeplechase, 5000m and distance medley relay. He has also coached an NCAA individual champion in the 3000m steeplechase and an Olympian in the 1500m. Before moving to the Bluff City, Clark spent nine years at Kansas. In his final five seasons with the Jayhawks, Clark coached four cross country All-Americans. Clark’s cross country squads posted top-20 finishes at the 2005 (12th) and 2006 (20th) NCAA Championships. From 2004-06 in Lawrence, Clark coached three-consecutive Big 12 individual champions from 2004-06 (Benson Chensang in 2004-05 and Colby Wissel in 2006). He also guided Charlie Gruber to a second-place finish in the 1500m at the 2004 Olympic Trials, earning the Kansas alum a 1500m spot on the USA Olympic Team. Prior to Kansas, Clark was an assistant coach at Tulsa from 1994-2000. While at Tulsa, Clark’s athletes set school records in the 800m, 1000m, 1500m, mile, 3000m, 3000m steeplechase, 5000m, distance medley relay and 4x800m relay. Clark coached distance runner Dwight Davis, who posted a 3:59.29 mile time to become the Golden Hurricane’s first NCAA All-American. In 1994 at UTEP, Clark assisted the Miners to a third-place team finish at the NCAA Indoor Championships and a national runner-up team performance at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. That same year, Clark coached Jim Svenoy to the 3000m steeplechase crown at the NCAA Outdoor Championships and a runner-up finish in the 3000m at the NCAA Indoor Championships. Clark began his coaching career at Arkansas as a volunteer assistant coach, before being promoted to a full-time assistant in 1991. With Clark on staff, the Razorbacks swept the nine NCAA Championships in cross country

(three), indoor track (three) and outdoor track (three) — commonly referred to as the “NCAA Triple Crown” — in the 1991-92, 1992-93 and 1993-94 academic years. As the Arkansas recruiting coordinator, Clark helped assemble one of the most dominant programs in the history of collegiate track and field/cross country, producing more than two dozen All-Americans. A 1981 graduate of Central Missouri State University, Clark was an NCAA cross country qualifier. He also was a 1980 Olympic Marathon Trials qualifier, posting a time of 2:17:40. Clark was the top Master’s runner in Oklahoma from 1996-2000, recording times of 14:58/5k, 25:45/8k and 31:41/10k.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Men’s Bios AUSTIN CARTER

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Sophomore Louisville, Ky. Saint Xavier HS Major: Mechanical Engineering 2011-12 - Freshman OUTDOOR: Recorded two personal bests in the 800m (1:54.02) and 1500m (4:01.04) at the C-USA Championships … Season-best 1500m finish was eighth place (4:04.91) at the Memphis Invitational.

Freshman Byhalia, Miss. Byhalia HS Major: Undeclared

Prior to Memphis Personal Played football and soccer and ran cross Son of Eberhard and Cornelia Fiege ... Birthcountry and track for Byhalia High School … day is July 23. Won three-straight state championships in the 1600m (2010, 2011, 2012) and back-toAIDAN GALASSO back state titles in the 800m (2011, 2012).

INDOOR: Member of the distance medley re- Personal lay team placed second at the C-USA Cham- Son of Patricia and the late Godfrey Fayne ... pionships … Earned All-C-USA second team Birthday is Jan. 1. honors as a member of distance medley relay ... Placed ninth with a personal-best time of FABIAN FIEGE 4:21.29 in the mile at the Vulcan Invitational. CROSS COUNTRY: Highest finish was 11th place with a time of 26:36 at the Rhodes Invitational ... Placed 30th with a 25:51.90 mark at the C-USA Championships ... Ran a time of 33:56.50 at the NCAA South Regional. Prior to Memphis Four-time All-Kentucky in cross country (2007-11) and three-time All-Kentucky in track and field (2009-11) … Garnered academic all-state honors twice in cross country and three times in track and field … 2011 Kentucky 3A Region 3 1600m champion … 2009 Kentucky 3A 4x800 relay state champion, setting a school and state record with a time of 7:56.93 … 2009 Kentucky 3A Region 3 individual champion and 3A state team champion in cross country.

Prior to Memphis Finished fourth at the 2008 German National Cross Country Championships … Placed fifth at the 2010 championships in the 2000m steeplechase … Several top-three finishes at LVN and Westgerman Championships in middle distances and cross country … Won the 1000m at the 2008 International PSD Indoor Meet.

Graduate Student Suffern, N.Y. University of Delaware Major: Journalism

Sophomore Duesseldorf, Germany St. Ursula Gymnasium Major: Undeclared

Prior to Memphis Member of the University of Delaware cross country and track and field team … In 2011 with the Blue Hens, set personal-bests in 800m (2:09.89), 1600m (4:13.67), 5k (15:10.71) and 10k (32:45.68) … Two-year letterwinner in cross country/track and field 2011-12 - Freshman (indoor and outdoor) at Suffern High School OUTDOOR: Ran a personal-best time of … Named to the all-section team. 3:58.85 in the 1500m at the Vanderbilt Black and Gold Classic ... Won bronze and received Personal All-C-USA third team honors with a time of Son of Mary and Paul Galasso … Birthday is 1:49.83 in the 800m at the C-USA Champion- Dec. 15. ships ... Member of the 4x400m relay that finished sixth (3:16.51) at the C-USA ChampionKEANAN JOYNER ships ... NCAA East Preliminary qualifier in the 800m ... Finished 19th with a time of 1:49.92 Sophomore in the 800m at the NCAA East Preliminary.

McDonough, Ga. Eagle’s Landing HS Major: Undeclared

INDOOR: Ran a personal-best time of 4:30.02 Personal in the mile at the Gladstein Invitational … At Son of Dave and Annie Carter ... Birthday is the UAB Blazer Invitational, logged a personAug. 15. al-best 9:12.87 in the 3000m ... Won silver and earned All-C-USA second team recognition in the 800m at the C-USA Championships 2011-12 - Freshman ... Member of the 4x400m relay that placed OUTDOOR: Competed in four meets, running the 800m, 1,500m and 4 x400m relay … Ran fifth at the C-USA Championships (3:17.59). a personal-best time of 4:05.87 in the 1500m CROSS COUNTRY: Finished in the top-10 at the Joey Haines Invitational ... Had his best (10th) in a time of 26:33 at the Rhode Invi- 1500m finish of seventh at the Joey Haines tational ... Placed 40th in a time of 26:43.90 Invitational. at the C-USA Championships ... Ran a time of INDOOR: Ran a personal-best 1:57.53 in the 35:14.20 at the NCAA South Regional. 800m at the C-USA Championships.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Invitational … Set a personal-best time of 14:55.13 in the 5000m at the C-USA Championships … Placed third in a personal-best time of 31:03.72 in the 10,000m at the Kansas Relays … Ran a personal-best 4:09.75 in the 1500m at the Memphis Invitational.

Member of 4x800m relay team that took first place at the Gladstein Invitational (7:54.45) … Member of the distance medley relay team that won silver and earned All-C-USA second team honors at the C-USA Championships (10:00.72).

Prior to Memphis Captain of the Eagle’s Landing cross country and track and field teams his junior and senior years … Cross country team was state runner-up his junior season … As a senior, placed fifth in the 800m run to help propel the Eagles to a fourth-place finish at the state championships … Member of the school’s record-holding 4x800m and 4x1600m relay teams.

INDOOR: Took first place with a time of 14:56.46 in the 5000m at the Vulcan Invitational ... Ran a personal-best 8:29.08 in the 3000m at the C-USA Championships.

CROSS COUNTRY: Posted five top-15 finishes ... Won the Rhodes Invitational (25:05) and was honored as the C-USA Men’s Cross Country Athlete of the Week for that performance ... Placed eighth at the Brooks Memphis Twilight Classic (20:20.25) ... Finished 11th at the Crimson Classic (25:30.33) and 15th at both the Commodore Classic (25:30.33) and C-USA Championships (24:39.0) ... Earned All-C-USA third team honors for his 15th-place performance ... Finished 36th at the NCAA South Regional (32:29.20) ... Earned C-USA Cross Country All-Academic Team honors.

CROSS COUNTRY: Posted five top-25 finishes, including three top-10s ... Best performance was second with a time of 25:13 at the Rhodes Invitational ... Other two top-10s came at the Brooks Memphis Twilight Classic (sixth; 20:20.35) and Commodore Classic (seventh; Personal 25:26) ... Finished 14th at the Crimson Classic Son of Joel Joyner and Michele Joyner ... (25:32.37) and 24th at the C-USA ChampionBirthday is June 23. ships (25:25.20) ... Team’s top finisher at the NCAA South Regional, placing 34th in a time 2010-11 - Freshman of 32:25.00. OUTDOOR: Posted three top-five perforBRANDON KEYS mances ... Earned a season-best, secondPrior to Memphis place finish with a time of 4:00.26 in the Freshman Two-time All-Ohio selection in cross country 1500m run at the SEMO Invite ... At the War Austin, Texas … At the Ohio state cross country champion- Eagle Invite, ran a personal-best 15:02.98 in Vandegrift HS ships, placed 16th as a junior and fourth as a the 5000m ... Posted a season-best time in Major: Undeclared senior … In track and field, claimed his first the 1500m (3:54.06) at the John McDonnell All-Ohio honor with a sixth-place finish at the Invite, finishing 25th ... Placed third with a state meet his senior season. 3:58.86 run in the 1500m at the Tiger Invitational. Prior to Memphis Personal Three-time letterwinner in cross country/ Son of Tim Kuhman and Jill Browder ... Birth- INDOOR: Runner-up in the mile run at the track and field for Vandegrift High School … day is Sept. 8. Eastern Illinois Mega Meet (4:25.08 mark) ... Holds the school record in the 800m (1:58.60) Set personal bests in the 800m (2:00.18) and … Member of the 2009 district championship mile (4:19.18) at the Southern Illinois/McJAMES MAGLASANG cross country squad … Three-time all-region Donald’s Invite, finishing eighth and fifth, reselection in cross country … As a senior, spectively, at the meet ... Ran a personal-best Junior posted season bests in the 800m (1:59.00), 8:42.08 in the 3000m at the Hoosier Hills. Paducah, Ky. 1600m (4:31.00) and 5k (16:03.00). Personal Son of Delores and Drew Keys … Birthday is July 23.

DANIEL KUHMAN Sophomore Elyria, Ohio Elyria Catholic HS Major: Undeclared

St. Mary’s Major: Biomedical Engineering

CROSS COUNTRY: Picked up the Tigers’ first individual victory in six years at the Rhodes Invitational ... Won the Rhodes Invite with a time of 25:40 ... Also had a top-10 showing at the UALR Invite (5k) ... Season-best 8k time 2011-12 - Sophomore was 25:14.82 at the Brooks Memphis Twilight OUTDOOR: Placed first with a time of 3:54.03 Classic. in the 1500m at the Memphis Invitational … Ran a personal best in the 1500m at the Mt. Prior to Memphis Sac Relays (3:52.33) … Set a personal-best The 2008 Class A Kentucky state champion 1:53.52 in the 800m at the C-USA Champion- in cross country after finishing as the 2007 ships. state runner-up ... The 2007 runner-up in the

3200m at the Kentucky state track and field INDOOR: Finished first with personal-best championships ... Named to the All-State Acatime of 8:35.51 in the 3,000m at the UAB demic Team all four years in both cross coun2011-12 - Freshman Blazer Invitational … Ran a personal-best OUTDOOR: Took first place with at time of mile (4:12.06) at the Gladstein Invitational … try and track and field. 15:14.96 in the 5000m at the Joey Haines

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CROSS COUNTRY: First collegiate competition came at the Brooks Memphis Twilight Classic, where he ran a 22:00.79 ... Best performance was 53rd with a time of 27:22.10 at the C-USA Championships ... Ran a time of 36:42.80 at the NCAA South Regional.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Men’s Bios Personal Son of Camille and Robert Maglasang ... Birthday is Nov. 18.

JUSTIN PINKSTON

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Junior Memphis, Tenn. Cordova HS Major: Biology

2011-12 - Sophomore OUTDOOR: Recorded a personal-best time of 1:56.12 in the 800m, taking fifth in the event at the Memphis Invitational … Member of the 4x400 relay team that placed fourth at the Joey Haines Invitational (3:29.51). INDOOR: Ran a personal-best, 800m time of 1:59.53 at the Kentucky Rod McCravy Memorial. CROSS COUNTRY: Did not compete in any meets. 2010-11 - Freshman OUTDOOR: Competed in four events after sitting out the indoor portion of the campaign ... Set a personal best in the 800m at the Tiger Invitational, posting a time of 2:00.60 and placing 15th. INDOOR: Sat out the indoor season. CROSS COUNTRY: Competed in the first four meets ... Finished 77th at season-opening Belmont/Vanderbilt event with a time of 19:15.83. Prior to Memphis Member of 2009 state champion squad in 4x400m and 4x800m relays at Cordova High School ... State runner-up in both relays in 2010 ... Graduated 10th in a class of 524 with a 4.60 grade-point average.

JEREMY RICE Sophomore Prospect, Ky. North Oldman HS

All-C-USA second team recognition for the relay’s second-place performance ... Ran a personal-best time of 4:30.02 in the mile run at the Gladstein Invitational.

CROSS COUNTRY: Ran in three competitions ... Posted a time of 27:59.60 at the Commodore Classic ... Highest finish was 20th at the Rhodes Invitational (27:04) ... Ran a time of 27:22.9 at the C-USA Championships (54th) ... 2011-12 - Freshman Posted a time of 35:25.3 at the NCAA South OUTDOOR: Placed second with a time of Regional in Tuscaloosa, Ala. 50.14 in the 400m dash at the Memphis Invitational … Ran a personal-best time of 2010-11 - Sophomore 1:55.15 in the 800m at the Ole Miss Invita- OUTDOOR: Recorded his first top-five outtional … Member of the 4x400 relay team door performance in the 800m run at the that placed fourth at the Joey Haines Invita- Rhodes Open, finishing fourth in 1:56.25 ... tional (3:29.51). Set a personal best in the 400m with a 51.72s run at the Tiger Invitational ... Set a personal INDOOR: Did not compete in any meets. best in the 800m at the C-USA Championships, where he finished 11th with a 1:54.44 CROSS COUNTRY: Ran in two events unat- run. tached ... Posted a time of 24:14.64 in the Brooks Memphis Twilight Classic ... Finished INDOOR: Picked up two top-five finishes, the Commodore Classic 8k run in a time of competing exclusively in the 800m run ... 30:15.10. Placed fourth with a 1:56.33 mark at the Eastern Illinois Mega Meet ... Followed that perPrior to Memphis formance with another 800m fourth-place Lettered four years in both cross country and finish at the Southern Illinois/McDonald’s track and field at North Oldham High School Invite, this time recording a time of 1:55.98 … Member of two state championship cross ... Posted a personal best in the 800m with country teams … His first-place finishes in a 1:55.59 mark at the Kentucky Rod McCravy three events (800m, 4x400m relay, 4x800m Memorial, placing 18th. relay) helped the Mustangs win the 2011 Kentucky state track and field crown. CROSS COUNTRY: Only competed in the UALR Invite (5k), where he crossed the line Personal 51st with a time of 18:12.74. Son of Linda and Deab Rice ... Birthday is Nov. 8. 2009-10 - Freshman OUTDOOR: Season-best, eighth-place finish came at the Rhodes Open, posting a 1:58.84 TRENT SCOTT in the 800m ... Season-best 800m time of 1:55.98 came in the C-USA Championships Senior preliminaries. Bartlett, Tenn. Major: Civil Engineering

Bartlett HS Major: Electrical & Computer Engineering

INDOOR: Finished a season-best sixth place with a 2:00.70 in the 800m run at the ASU Invitational ... Finished seventh in the 800m with a time of 1:59.13 at the Southern Illinois/McDonald’s Invite.

Personal Son of Cathy and John Pinkston ... Birthday is 2011-12 - Junior OUTDOOR: Competed in two meets, particiJuly 28. Prior to Memphis pating in the 800m and 4x400 relay … Placed Earned three letters in both track and field 12th in the 800m with a time of 1:54.44 at the and cross country at Bartlett High School ... Vanderbilt Black and Gold Invite. Named a 2009 Commercial Appeal “Best of Preps” Scholar Athlete of the Year finalist ... INDOOR: Member of the distance medley Member of the Commercial Appeal “Best relay team that finished second (10:00.72) at of Preps” All-Metro 4x800m Team ... State the C-USA Indoor Championships ... Received

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts qualifier in cross country and track and field Personal ... Member of the Panthers’ school-record Son of Jessie and Michael Tankersley … Birth4x400m team, setting a time of 3:27. day is June 18 ... Father is a former football player at the University of Memphis. Personal Son of Mark and Lynn Scott ... Birthday is Apr. JULIEN WOLF 8.

Sophomore Ratingen, Germany Heine Gymnasium Major: Undeclared

PHILLIP SCRUGGS

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2011-12 - Freshman OUTDOOR: Took first place in the 800m with a time of 1:53.63 at the Memphis Invitational ... Set a personal best in the 800m with a 2011-12 - Junior CROSS COUNTRY/INDOOR/OUTDOOR: Red- time of 1:53.34 at the C-USA Championships shirted the entire academic year after trans- … Member of the 4x400 relay team that ferring from Tulane. placed fourth at the Joey Haines Invitational (3:29.51). Prior to Memphis Transferred to Memphis from Tulane after INDOOR: Competed in five meets … Set a pertwo years as a member of the Green Wave sonal best in the mile with a time of 4:21.46 cross country/track and field program … Did at the Vulcan Invitational … Member of relay not compete his freshman year (2009-10) ... teams that scored a pair of first-place finishes As a sophomore (2010-11), ran in five cross … Ran on the 4x800m that took first place country meets and competed in the 3000m (7:54.45) at the Gladstein Invitational … Comand 5000m in the outdoor campaign … For peted as a member of the distance medley cross country, posted a season-best time of relay team that placed first at the UAB Blazer 29:44 at the Gulf Coast Stampede (8k) … At- Invitational (10:13.28). tended Memphis’ White Station High School, where he was a part of three Memphis city CROSS COUTNRY: Ran a time of 26:55 at the championship squads. Commodore Classic ... Recorded a top-10 finish at the Rhodes Invitational, placing ninth Personal with a time of 26:31 ... Placed 32nd at the CSon of Jerry and Patty Scruggs ... Birthday is USA Championships in a time of 26:04.50 ... Dec. 12. Posted a time of 33:21.8 at the NCAA South Regional.

STEPHEN TANKERSLEY Freshman Boerne, Texas Boerne Samuel V. Champion HS Major: Undeclared

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Prior to Memphis Ran for several German track and field clubs, including TV Ratingen, AC Düsseldorf and ART Düsseldorf … Placed third at the German U20 National Indoor Championships in the 1500m … Competed in the indoor and outdoor Westgerman Championships and state championships in the 800m and 1500m.

Prior to Memphis Personal Three-year letterwinner in cross country and Son of Manfred and Bettina Wolf ... Birthday track and field at Boerne Samuel V. Champion is Feb. 15. High School … Member of the 2012 University Interscholastic League (UIL) Texas 4-A state champion cross country team.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Women’s Bios ALISHA FITCH

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Junior Bartlett, Tenn. Bolton HS Major: Pre-Nursing

Redshirt Freshman Lakeland, Tenn. Arlington HS Major: Undeclared

the National Honor Society and National Art Honor Society. Personal Daughter of Lou and Tena Hill ... Birthday is Jan. 28.

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JENNY JOHNSTON 2011-12 - Sophomore OUTDOOR: Competed in one event, placing fifth in the 5000m at the Mississippi Open.

2011-12 - Freshman CROSS COUNTRY/INDOOR/OUTDOOR: Redshirted.

INDOOR: Finished first in the 5000m with at time of 18:12.82 at the Vulcan Invitational ... Posted a personal-best time of 18:00.52 in the 5000m at the C-USA Championships ... Ran a personal best in the 3000m at the Kentucky Rod McCravy Memorial, finishing with a time of 10:38.38.

Prior to Memphis Member of the cross country/track and field teams at Arlington High School.

CROSS COUNTRY: Highest finish of season was fourth at the Rhodes Invitational (22:39) ... Had three other top-50 finishes at the Commodore Classic (31st; 18:58), C-USA Championships (42nd; 18:44.30) and Cimson Classic (50th; 18:55.33) ... Ran a time of 23:04.80 at the NCAA South Regional.

LAURA HILL

2010-11 - Freshman INDOOR/OUTDOOR: Redshirted. CROSS COUNTRY: Competed in five races ... Placed 21st with a 24:32 mark at the Rhodes Invite ... Recorded a season-best time of 19:32 at the C-USA Championships, finishing 73rd. Prior to Memphis Ran cross country and track and field at Bolton High School ... Qualified for the cross country state championships from 2007-09 ... 2010 TSSAA state championships qualifier in both the 1600m and 3200m. Personal Daughter of Terrie and William Fitch ... Birthday is Nov. 12.

Personal Daughter of Kristy and Allen Ford … Birthday is May 18.

Junior Collierville, Tenn. Houston HS Major: Biology

2011-12 - Sophomore OUTDOOR: Competed in two meets … Set two personal bests at the Mississippi Open in the 800m (2:40.80) and 1500m (5:24.93) … Placed seventh with a time of 11:38.48 in the 3000m at the Memphis Invitational. INDOOR: Ran a personal-best 11:32.50 in the 3000m at the Kentucky Rod McCravy Memorial. CROSS COUNTRY: Competed in three meets ... Ran a 21:42.31 at the Brooks Memphis Twilight Classic ... Posted a time of 20:56.10 at the Commodore Classic ... Logged a time of 21:47.90 at the C-USA Championships. 2010-11 - Freshman INDOOR/OUTDOOR: Redshirted.

Junior Middle Island, N.Y. Longwood HS Major: Pre-Nursing

2011-12 - Sophomore OUTDOOR: Ran in two meets … Placed fifth with a time of 2:29.57 in the 800m at the Memphis Invitational … Turned in a personal-best time of 5:01.82 in the 1500m at the Mississippi Open. INDOOR: Did not compete at any meets. CROSS COUNTRY: Best showing was a sixthplace finish at the Rhodes Invitational (22:56) ... Placed 43rd with a time of 19:16 at the Commodore Classic ... Ran a time of 19:24.60 at the C-USA Championships (58th) ... Posted a time of 23:32.40 at the NCAA South Regional. 2010-11 - Freshman OUTDOOR: Competed exclusively in the 800m, earning two top-five finishes in the event ... Won the 800m with a time of 2:21.86s at the SEMO Invite ... At the Tiger Invitational, finished fourth with a time of 2:16.06s in the 800m ... Set a personalbest time of 2:14.72s in the 800m at the CUSA Championships, finishing 13th ... Her 2:14.72s time in the 800m was also a teambest mark. INDOOR: Competed in three meets, running only in the 800m ... Fourth at the Southern Illinois/McDonald’s Invite with a personalbest 2:20.40 run.

CROSS COUNTRY: Competed in the first four cross country meets ... Crossed the line 51st in a time of 22:38.81 at the UALR Invite.

CROSS COUNTRY: Earned two top-five finishes ... Led the team with a fourth-place performance (19:25.22) at the UALR Invite ... Ninth with a 23:40 run at the Rhodes Invite.

Prior to Memphis Ran distances at Houston High School ... Allstate performer for Mustangs ... Member of

Prior to Memphis Ran relays, middle distances and cross coun-

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts try for Longwood High School ... Holds school records in the indoor 600m, indoor 4x400m relay and outdoor 4x400m relay ... 800m qualifier for the 2009 ands 2010 Nike Outdoor Track and Field Championships ... New York high school state championships qualifier in 600m (2009-10), 800m (2010), 4x400m relay (2006-07) and cross country (2007) ... A 2007 New York State Empire State Games silver medalist in the 1500m run.

TAYLOR KRIHA Freshman Richton Park, Ill. Richton South HS Major: Undeclared

Prior to Memphis Four-year letterwinner for the Richton South High School track and field team … Specialized in the 800m, 4x400m and 4x800m … Three-time state champion in the 4x400m … All-area track and field selection.

11:01.38 mark in the 3000m run at the Southern Illinois/McDonald’s Invite ... Her 5:34.38 mark in the mile at the Rod McCravy Classic was a season best.

CROSS COUNTRY: Competed in all five cross country meets ... Memphis’ top finisher at the Rhodes Invitational and Brooks Memphis Twilight Classic ... Finished eighth at the Rhodes Invitational with a season-best time CROSS COUNTRY: Had five top-35 finishes of 20:29.05. ... Best performance was third place at the Rhodes Invitational (22:02) ... Placed 18th in Prior to Memphis a time of 19:10.76 at the Brooks Memphis Attended The Amersham School, participatTwilight Classic ... Finished 28th at the Com- ing on the running and netball teams ... Holds modore Classic (18:55) and 34th at the Crim- school records in the 200m, 800m and 1500m son Classic (18:35.77) ... Ran a personal-best ... Coached by Conrad Milton, former Great time of 18:09.40 at the C-USA Championships Britain coach and team manager. (25th) ... Posted a time of 22:17.40 at the Personal NCAA South Regional. Daughter of John and Ruth Lingley ... Birthday is Sept. 20. 2010-11 - Sophomore OUTDOOR: Picked up two top-fives in the 1500m run ... Third with a 4:47.67s mark MEAGAN NICHOLS in the 1500m at the John McDonnell Invite ... Set a personal-best time of 4:44.50s in Junior the 1500m at the Tiger Invitational, finishArlington, Tenn. ing fourth in the event ... Finished 16th with St. Benedict at a 4:51.84s run in the 1500m at the C-USA Auburndale Championships.

Major: Journalism

INDOOR: Recorded third-place finishes in Personal the mile at the Eastern Illinois Mega Meet Daughter of Sharon and John Kriha … Birth- (5:13.50) and 800m run at the Southern Ilday is Apr. 28. linois/McDonald’s Invite (2:19.42) ... Her 2:19.42 800m time was a personal best ... LOUISA LINGLEY Sixth in the mile with a personal-best 5:07.92 mark at the Hoosier Hills Invitational ... Senior Member of distance medley relay team that earned All-Conference USA honors with a Amersham, England sixth-place performance (12:09.05) at the CThe Amersham School USA Championships. Major: International

2011-12 - Sophomore OUTDOOR: Did not compete in any meets. INDOOR: Recorded personal bests in both the 3000m (10:41.76) and 5000m (18:44.50) at the C-USA Championships.

CROSS COUNTRY: Finished 16th in a time of 23:45 at the Rhodes Invitational ... Posted a time of 19:47.00 at the C-USA ChampionBusiness CROSS COUNTRY: Placed 16th at the UALR ships ... Ran a 23:50.20 at the NCAA South Invite, finishing in a personal-best time Regional. of 20:03.56 ... Second Lady Tiger to cross 2011-12 - Junior 2010-11 - Freshman OUTDOOR: Recorded two first-place finish- the NCAA Regionals (6k) finish line with a INDOOR/OUTDOOR: Redshirted. es in the 800m at the Memphis Invitational 22:57.89 mark. (2:12.60) and Mississippi Open (2:11.75) ... CROSS COUNTRY: Ran in six of the seven Her 2:11.75 at the Mississippi Open was a 2009-10 - Freshman competitions, missing only the NCAA South personal best in the 800m … Set a personal OUTDOOR: Ran middle and long distances ... Regional ... Posted season-best finish of 26th best of 4:29.96 in the 1500m at the Vander- Scored points in the 800m with a 2:22.09 run with a 20:48.34 run at the UALR Invite ... Perbilt Black and Gold Invitational, placing fifth at the Memphis Tiger Invitational ... Season- sonal-best time of 19:41 came at the Conferin the event … Posted a personal-best time of best 800m time of 2:20.06 came at C-USA ence USA Championships (77th). 17:47.63 in the 5000m at the C-USA Champi- Championships in preliminaries. onships. INDOOR: Recorded two top-eights in three Prior to Memphis events ... Earned a fourth-place finish with an Distance/middle distance runner at St. Bene-

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Personal Daughter of Ann and Joe Johnston ... Birthday is Dec. 12.

INDOOR: Set the school record in the mile with a time of 4:54.44 at the C-USA Championships ... Placed fourth in the mile at the league’s event ... Member of the record-setting distance medley relay team with a time of 11:49.49 at the C-USA Championships … Ran a personal best time of 9:55.48 in the 3000m at the Kentucky Rod McCravy Memorial.

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CAITLYN TAIT Freshman Tomball, Texas Tomball HS Major: Undeclared

Personal Daughter of Ernest and Christine Nichols ... Birthday is Oct. 2.

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ERICA OWEN Sophomore Rogers, Ark. Rogers HS Major: Undeclared

11-12 - Freshman OUTDOOR: Competed in five meets … Set personal bests in the 800m (2:31.01) and 1500m (4:58.39) at the Joey Haines Invitational … Placed sixth with a personal-best time of 10:52.98 in the 3000m at the Memphis Invitational … Took second place with a time of 11:32.53 in the 3000m steeplechase at the Mississippi Open ... Logged a personalbest time of 11:24.30 in the 3000m steeplechase at the C-USA Championships.

Prior to Memphis Lettered four years in cross country/track and field and one year in soccer at Tomball High School … Member of the 2010 district champion cross country team … Named 2008 all-state and 2009 all-state third team for cross country … Finished 28th at the 2008 cross country state championships and 18th in 2009 … Selected to the 2009 District 135A All-Newcomer Team. Personal Daughter of Melanie and Colin Tait … Birthday is Dec. 28.

JESSICA TATUM Freshman Memphis, Tenn. Germantown, HS Major: Undeclared

INDOOR: Competed in one event ... Ran a 11:31.63 in the 3000m at the Kentucky Rod McCravy Memorial. CROSS COUNTRY: Season-best finish was 25th at the Rhodes Invitational (24:17) ... Ran a time of 20:29.50 at the C-USA Championships ... Posted a time of 24:33.70 at the NCAA South Regional. Prior to Memphis Holds the Rogers High School record in the 3200m with a time of 11:17. Personal Daughter of Chad and Cindy Owen ... Birthday is Mar. 10.

NANDIA TAYLOR

Prior to Memphis Four-year letterwinner in cross country/ track and field at Germantown High School … Four-time Memphis Commercial Appeal “Best of Preps” cross country selection … Recorded four-straight, top-10 finishes at regional championships … Four-time state championships cross country qualifier. Personal Daughter of Donna and Mike Tatum … Birthday is Oct. 30.

Junior Chattanooga, Tenn. Girls Preparatory School Major: Pre-Nursing 2011-12 - Sophomore OUTDOOR: Posted a pair of second-place finishes in the 800m run at the Joey Haines Invitational (2:18.25) and Memphis Invitational (2:13.07) ... Her 2:13.07 was a personal best in the 800m … Member of the 4x400m relay that placed third at the Joey Haines Invitational (3:56.26). INDOOR: Member of the first-place 4x800m relay at the UAB Blazer Invitational (12:18.56) … Member of record-setting distance medley relay team (11:49.49) at the C-USA Championships … Ran a personal best of 5:12.00 in the mile at the C-USA Championships. CROSS COUNTRY: Season-best finish was a 13th-place performance at the Rhodes Invitational (23:28) ... Finished 48th in a time of 19:04.20 at the C-USA Championships ... Posted a time of 23:02.02 at the NCAA South Regional. 2010-11 - Freshman OUTDOOR: Sixth with a personal-best 5:03.88s in the 1500m at the SEMO Invite ... At the Tiger Invitational, set a personal best with a 2:17.00s mark in the 800m. INDOOR: Competed in the 800m in three meets ... Set a personal best 800m time (2:23.90) at the Conference USA Championships, finishing 24th. CROSS COUNTRY: Appear in every cross country meet ... Ran a 23:45 at the Rhodes Invite, posting a season-best, 23rd-place finish ... Set her season-best time of 19:40 at C-USA Championships (5k), placing 76th at the event. Prior to Memphis Ran track and field and cross country at the Girls Preparatory School ... Member of 2007 Division II state champion 4x800m relay team ... 2007 track and field All-American. Personal Daughter of India Martin ... Birthday is Oct. 2.

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Men’s Individual Results 6. Daniel Kuhman 8. James Maglasang 51. Fabian Fiege 65. Keanan Joyner 68. Julien Wolf 83. Austin Carter 87. Trent Scott

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20:20.25 20:26.05 21:44.72 22:00.79 22:05.87 22:25.91 22:30.71

Women’s Team Results 1. Ole Miss 2. UALR Arkansas State 4. Western Kentucky 5. Murray State 6. Univ. of the Cumberlands 7. Central Arkansas 8. Memphis 9. Harding 10. Union 11. West Alabama 12. Southern Arkansas 13. Delta State 14. Arkansas State 15. Jackson CC 16. Maryville 17. UT Martin 18. Blue Mountain College 19. Univ. of Alabama-Huntsville 20. Freed-Hardeman 21. Bethel 22. Christian Brothers 23. Trevecca Nazarene 24. Univ. of the Ozarks 25. Hendrix College

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C o mm o d o r e C l a s s i c Nashville, Tenn. Percy Ward Park Men - 8K, Women - 5K Sept. 17, 2011 Men’s Team Results 1. Cincinnati 2. Alabama 3. Chattanooga 4. Belmont 5. Middle Tennessee 6. Lipscomb 7. Memphis 8. Nashville Harriers 9. Vanderbilt 10. Florida Gulf Coast 11. Marshall 12. Jacksonville State 13. Cerritos 14. Rhodes College 15. Univ. of the South 16. Union 17. Spalding 18. Bethel 19. Birmingham-Southern 20. Tennessee State 21. Trevecca Nazarene 22. Freed-Hardeman

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Men’s Individual Results 7. Dan Kuhman 15. James Maglasang 50. Julien Wolf 56. Fabian Fiege 89. Carter Austin 101. Trent Scott 110. Keanan Joyner 115. Robert Skinner 157. Jeremy Rice

25:31.00 25:44.80 26:55.70 27:01.10 27:38.10 27:59.60 28:15.70 28:25.00 30:15.10

Women’s Team Results 1. Alabama 2. Lipscomb 3. Belmont 4. Vanderbilt B 5. Cincinnati 6. Jacksonville State 7. Memphis 8. Rhodes College 9. Florida Gulf Coast 10. Marshall 11. Chattanooga 12. Union 13. Cerritos 14. UT Martin 15. Delta State 16. Univ. of the South

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Birmingham-Southern Bethel Freed-Hardeman Trevecca Nazarene Tennessee State Alabama A&M Spalding

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Women’s Individual Results 28. Louisa Lingley 18:54.20 31. Alisha Fitch 18:57.30 43. Jenny Johnston 19:15.70 56. Nandia Taylor 19:38.00 62. Jasmine Darden 19:44.80 71. Meagan Nichols 19:59.30 98. Erica Owen 20:33.90 118. Laura Hill 20:56.10

Rhodes Invitational Memphis, Tenn. Shelby Farms Men - 8K, Women - 6K Oct. 1, 2011 Men’s Team Results 1. Memphis 2. UT Tyler 3. Cornell Rhodes College 5. Central Arkansas 6. Hendrix 7. Blue Mountain College 8. Webster 9. Huntingdon 10. Arkansas-Monticello Men’s Individual Results 1. James Maglasang 2. Dan Kuhman 9. Julien Wolf 10. Fabian Fiege 11. Austin Carter 20. Trent Scott 23. Robert Skinner Women’s Team Results 1. Memphis 2. Rhodes College 3. Central Arkansas 4. Delta State 5. Cornell 6. Arkansas Tech 7. Blue Mountain College 8. Webster 9. UT Tyler 10. Huntingdon 11. UAPB 12. Hendrix Women’s Individual Results 3. Louisa Lingley 4. Alisha Fitch 6. Jenny Johnston 8. Jasmine Darden 13. Nandia Taylor 16. Meagan Nichols 25. Erica Owen

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Crimson Classic Tuscaloosa, Ala. Harry Pritchett Running Park Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 15, 2011 Men’s Team Results 1. Georgia Tech 2. Auburn 3. Ole Miss 4. Stephen F. Austin 5. Alabama 6. Georgia 7. Kennesaw State 8. Tennessee 9. Memphis 10. Univ. of Alabama-Huntsville 11. McNeese State 12. Jacksonville State 13. Tulane 14. Charleston Southern Men’s Individual Results 11. James Maglasang 14. Dan Kuhman 40. Carter Austin 51. Julien Wolf 70. Fabian Fiege 93. Robert Skinner 96. Trent Scott 98. Keanan Joyner

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25:30.33 25:32.37 26:10.28 26:28.31 26:57.02 27:48.35 27:50.36 27:56.51

Women’s Team Results 1. Alabama 2. Ole Miss 3. Tennessee 4. Georgia 5. Western Kentucky 6. Samford 7. Auburn 8. Stephen F. Austin 9. Georgia Tech 10. Memphis 11. McNeese State 12. Jacksonville State 13. Nicholls State 14. Tulane 15. Southern Miss 16. Alabama State 17. Kennesaw State 18. Univ. of Alabama-Huntsville 19. Charleston Southern 20. Mississippi Valley State 21. Valdosta State 22. North Alabama 23. Gadsden State CC 24. Stillman 25. Fort Valley State

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Women’s Individual Results 34. Louisa Lingley 18:35.77 50. Alisha Fitch 18:55.33 59. Jenny Johnston 19:05.80 64. Jasmine Darden 19:12.18 68. Nandia Taylor 19:15.16 106. Meagan Nichols 19:55.04 128. Erica Owen 20:14.09

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Men’s Team Results 1. Western Kentucky 2. UALR 3. Harding 4. Ole Miss 5. Univ. of Alabama-Huntsville 6. Memphis 7. Univ. of the Cumberlands 8. Arkansas State 9. West Alabama 10. UT Martin 11. Central Arkansas 12. Union 13. Southern Arkansas 14. Blue Mountain College 15. Univ. of the Ozarks 16. Hendrix College 17. Jackson CC 18. Bethel 19. Christian Brothers 20. Trevecca Nazarene 21. Murray State 22. Univ. of Mobile

Women’s Individual Results 18. Louisa Lingley 19:10.76 47. Jenny Johnston 20:02.23 52. Meagan Nichols 20:07.57 54. Jasmine Darden 20:13.74 67. Alisha Fitch 20:31.23 75. Nandia Taylor 20:36.94 80. Erica Owen 20:39.92 115. Laura Hill 21:42.31

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Houston, Texas Wildcat Golf Club Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 31, 2011 Men’s Team Results 1. Tulsa 2. UTEP 3. Houston 4. Rice 5. Marshall 6. Memphis 7. East Carolina 8. Tulane Men’s Individual Results 15. James Maglasang 24. Dan Kuhman 30. Austin Carter 32. Julien Wolf 42. Fabian Fiege 53. Keanan Joyner 54. Trent Scott 60. Robert Skinner Women’s Team Results 1. SMU 2. Tulsa 3. Rice 4. East Carolina 5. UTEP 6. UAB 7. Memphis 8. Houston 9. Tulane 10. UCF 11. Southern Miss 12. Marshall

35 48 71 108 133 135 191 228 24:39.0 25:25.2 25:51.9 26:04.5 26:43.9 27:22.1 27:22.9 28:54.7 57 59 83 86 162 167 208 219 236 258 271 281

Women’s Individual Results 25. Louisa Lingley 18:09.4 41. Jasmine Darden 18:43.4 42. Alisha Fitch 18:44.3 48. Nandia Taylor 19:04.2 58. Jenny Johnston 19:24.6 70. Meagan Nichols 19:47.0 83. Erica Owen 20:29.5

NCAA S o u t h R e g i o n a l Tuscaloosa, Ala. Harry Pritchett Running Park Men - 10K, Women - 6K Nov. 12, 2011 Men’s Team Results 1. Florida State 2. Florida 3. Georgia 4. Auburn 5. Middle Tennessee 6. Georgia Tech 7. Kennesaw State 8. Ole Miss 9. Chattanooga 10. Belmont 11. Mississippi State

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Tennessee Lipscomb Memphis Georgia State Mercer Florida A&M Alabama North Florida Vanderbilt South Alabama South Florida UT Martin Tennessee Tech

Men’s Individual Results 34. Dan Kuhman 36. James Maglasang 70. Julien Wolf 101. Carter Austin 136. Fabian Fiege 139. Trent Scott 153. Keanan Joyner Women’s Team Results 1. Florida State 2. Vanderbilt 3. Florida 4. Ole Miss 5. Georgia 6. Alabama 7. Lipscomb 8. Mississippi State 9. North Florida 10. Belmont 11. South Florida 12. UAB 13. Tennessee 14. Georgia State 15. Auburn 16. South Alabama 17. Georgia Tech 18. Memphis 19. Jacksonville State 20. Southern Miss 21. Mercer 22. Florida A&M 23. Kennesaw State 24. UCF 25. Alabama State 26. Chattanooga 27. Tennessee Tech

341 366 368 400 404 417 423 429 479 509 570 595 601 32:25.0 32:29.2 33:21.8 33:56.5 35:14.2 35:25.3 36:42.8 34 54 62 185 208 217 258 283 284 303 312 377 384 386 390 393 481 483 487 557 591 621 665 670 679 690 763

Women’s Individual Results 69. Louisa Lingley 22:17.4 102. Nandia Taylor 23:02.2 106. Alisha Fitch 23:04.8 116. Jasmine Darden 23:15.8 127. Jenny Johnston 23:32.4 139. Meagan Nichols 23:50.2 161. Erica Owen 24:33.7

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1995 Birmingham, Ala. George Ward Park Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 28, 1995

Men’s Individual Results 7. Jason Scott 23. Jim Reif 53. Brian Stewart 58. Jason Wood 68. Toby Dolman 71. Vince Perryman Women’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. USF 3. Charlotte 4. Louisville 5. UAB 6. DePaul 7. Tulane 8. Cincinnati 9. Southern Miss 10. Saint Louis 11. Memphis

33 83 109 128 133 152 153 178 209 240 289 26:01.7 26:52.8 27:55.9 28:17.6 29:40.5 30:34.8 35 66 88 101 144 166 172 180 224 265 282

Women’s Individual Results 42. Laura Peel 20:31.4 57. Christa Carney 21:29.1 60. Romelin Bueno 22:02.1 61. Gwen Sanders 22:08.7 62. Rachel Weston 22:10.1 69. Eliin Ovrebo 23:40.3 71. Elizabeth Brennan 25:56.6

1996 Milwaukee, Wis. Bus Shimek National XC Course Men - 8K, Women - 5K Nov. 2, 1996 Men’s Team Results 1. Cincinnati 2. Marquette 3. Houston 4. Charlotte 5. Louisville 6. DePaul 7. USF 8. Tulane 9. Southern Miss 10. Memphis 11. UAB 12. Saint Louis

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Women’s Team Results 1. Louisville 2. Marquette 3. Tulane 4. USF 5. Cincinnati 6. Charlotte 7. UAB 8. DePaul 9. Houston 10. Saint Louis 11. Southern Miss 12. Memphis

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Women’s Individual Results 50. Kathryn Murphy 20:04.1 62. Kellie Anderson 20:32.1 71. Rachel Weston 21:08.4 76. Christa Carney 21:33.4 78. Gwen Sanders 21:59.0 81. Amy Perkins 24:08.9

Tampa, Fla. USF Golf Course Men - 8K, Women - 5K Nov. 1, 1997

Men’s Individual Results 8. Christian Friis 39. Kevin Foltz 58. Jim Reif 70. Jason Wood 73. Vince Perryman Women’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. USF 3. Houston 4. Charlotte 5. Cincinnati 6. Louisville 7. DePaul 8. Tulane 9. Southern Miss 10. Saint Louis

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Women’s Individual Results 48. Kathryn Murphy 20:32.10 52. Kellie Anderson 20:56.10 62. Rachel Weston 21:39.20 65. Melissa Greer 22:03.10 74. Patricia Willingham 23:21.70

1998 Memphis, Tenn. Plough Park Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 31, 1998 Men’s Team Results 1. USF 2. Charlotte 3. Tulane 4. Marquette 5. Cincinnati 6. Memphis 7. Houston 8. Louisville 9. Southern Miss 10. Saint Louis 11. DePaul Men’s Individual Results 7. Stefan Matschimer 18. Kevin Foltz 38. Christian Schmallegger 44. Ryan Smith 49. Jason Wood 58. Steve Moore

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Women’s Team Results 1. USF 2. Marquette 3. Cincinnati 4. Houston 5. Charlotte 6. UAB 7. Tulane 8. Louisville 9. DePaul 10. Saint Louis 11. Southern Miss 12. Memphis Women’s Individual Results 54. Wendy Ragle 59. Melissa Greer 63. Kellie Anderson 67. Lilly Lebron 68. Andrea Dahlman 74. Denise Lukes

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Men’s Individual Results 21. Kevin Foltz 25:23.7 29. Christian Schmallegger 25:40.0 32. Balasz Laszlo 25:47.6 69. Robert Goode 28:27.2 71. Lee Eilert 29:19.8 74. Griffin Bridgers 30:50.3 Women’s Team Results 1. USF 2. Marquette 3. Cincinnati 4. Tulane 5. Charlotte 6. Houston 7. DePaul 8. UAB 9. Louisville 10. Southern Miss 11. Saint Louis 12. Memphis

66 71 80 98 113 122 184 187 212 276 295 341

Women’s Individual Results 56. Lilly Lebron 19:40.7 66. Julie Wright 20:23.9 70. Melissa Greer 20:56.9 74. Tara Belt 22:01.0 75. Andrea Dahlman 22:08.0 77. Carrie Williams 22:54.7

2000 St. Louis, Mo. Forest Park Men - 8K, Women - 6K Oct. 28, 2000 Men’s Team Results 1. USF 2. Tulane 3. Charlotte 4. Marquette 5. DePaul 6. Cincinnati 7. Houston 8. Louisville 9. Saint Louis 10. Memphis Men’s Individual Results 14. Balazs Laszlo 67. Andre Lucas 69. Jeff Doudrick 73. Camron Thomas 75. Robert Goode

Charlotte, N.C. McAlpine Park Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 30, 1999 Men’s Team Results 1. Southern Miss

2. USF 3. Charlotte 4. Cincinnati 5. Tulane 6. Marquette 7. Louisville 8. Houston 9. Memphis 10. DePaul 11. Saint Louis *Vacated Title

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26:35.7 26:52.7 27:10.6 27:29.1 27:46.8 29:40.5

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44 56 104 127 154 170 185 212 217 250 250 298

Women’s Individual Results 40. Wendy Ragle 23:51.86 54. Lilly Lebron 24:49.23 67. Julie Wright 25:30.82 68. Katie Moore 25:34.38 72. Leslie Ann Daley 26:13.30 80. Laura Clark 28:27.59

2001 Grimesland, N.C. Overton/Lake Kristi Men - 8K, Women - 6K Oct. 27, 2001 Men’s Team Results 1. Tulane 2. Marquette 3. Cinncinnati 4. Charlotte 5. DePaul 6. Memphis 7. Louisville 8. TCU 9. East Carolina 10. Houston 11. USF 12. Saint Louis Men’s Individual Results 19. Balazs Laszlo 25. Derek Nakluski 36. Ricky McLain 53. Steve Anthony 63. Hugh Ferry 71. Ryan Smith Women’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. USF 3. TCU 4. Houston 5. East Carolina 6. DePaul 7. Louisville 8. Southern Miss 9. Cincinnati 10. Tulane 11. Charlotte 12. Memphis 13. Saint Louis 14. UAB

61 63 70 90 148 187 217 220 242 245 255 306 24:40.1 25:04.3 25:14.3 25:49.2 26:02.6 26:21.7 46 60 85 137 152 167 214 221 233 246 280 334 336 410

Women’s Individual Results 55. Wendy Ragle 22:27.5 63. Lilly Lebron 22:48.3 71. Leslie Daley 23:04.0 78. Andrea Dahlman 23:21.5 84. Hayley Futrell 24:10.1 90. Nora Nemere 24:38.1

2002 Hattiesburg, Miss. Van Hook Golf Course Men - 8K, Women - 6K Nov. 2, 2002 Men’s Team Results 1. Charlotte 2. Marquette 3. Cincinnati 4. DePaul 5. Houston 6. USF 7. Memphis 8. East Carolina 9. Louisville TCU 11. Tulane 12. Saint Louis Men’s Individual Results 22. Travis Pressler 27. Balazs Laszlo 29. Hugh Ferry 64. Ryan Smith 68. Rehan Mahmood 72. Imran Mahmood 78. Jeff Doudrick Women’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. USF 3. DePaul 4. Houston 5. TCU 6. Charlotte 7. Cincinnati 8. East Carolina 9. Louisville 10. Tulane 11. Southern Miss 12. Saint Louis 13. UAB 14. Memphis

53 71 81 109 133 165 210 219 253 253 266 275 26:03.02 26:10.43 26:14.72 27:51.90 28:06.77 28:25.79 29:26.85 29 48 103 136 166 170 183 194 206 279 284 285 349 386

Women’s Individual Results 54. Wendy Ragle 24:04.23 77. Leslie Daley 25:18.29 82. Hayley Futrell 25:40.46 86. Sue Ann Bowen 27:06.04 87. Karin Brooks 27:13.79 91. Keenan Gibson 31:58.51 92. Titian Rose Whittle 33:10.71

University of Memphis

9. 10. 11. 12.

2003 Tampa, Fla. USF Golf Course Men - 8K, Women - 6K Nov. 1, 2003 Men’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. Cincinnati 3. Louisville 4. DePaul 5. Houston 6. USF 7. Memphis 8. East Carolina 9. TCU 10. Tulane 11. Saint Louis 12. Charlotte Men’s Individual Results 11. Adam Didyk 27. Kym Morgan 31. Mate Nemeth 51. Istvan Kerekjarto 79. Szabi Karadi

43 88 102 105 131 177 199 200 230 236 244 277 25:28.70 26:12.80 26:24.50 27:07.10 31:50.40

Women’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. TCU 3. USF 4. Charlotte UAB 6. Cincinnati 7. Tulane 8. East Carolina 9. Louisville 10. Southern Miss 11. DePaul 12. Houston 13. Saint Louis 14. Memphis

43 55 118 151 151 156 171 184 203 236 271 304 337 340

Women’s Individual Results 45. Mary Claire Dake 23:30.00 61. Ali Baker 24:05.80 73. Kara Cassel 24:28.90 76. Michel Wilson 24:34.40 85. Nora Nemere 25:07.60 87. Becca McMahon 25:15.10 90. Daniele Riendeau 25:31.70

2004

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Men’s Individual Results 1. Mate Nemeth 42. Michael Mentz 66. Abraham Shaposhnik 77. Jason Morgan 76. Gary Nemeth Women’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. TCU 3. UAB 4. USF DePaul 6. Cincinnati 7. Charlotte 8. Southern Miss 9. East Carolina 10. Houston 11. Memphis 12. Tulane 13. Saint Louis 14. Louisville Women’s Individual Results 17. Daniele Riendeau 58. Becca McMahon 59. Mary Claire Dake 66. Sarah Janecek 70. Nora Nemere 90. Kimberly McVeigh 91. Heather Woolls

73 79 82 94 112 132 154 244

249 254 262 289 24:47 26:50 28:24 36:56 36:56 66 93 101 125 137 152 161 191 234 238 270 274 381 400 22:27 24:31 24:31 24:48 24:57 26:51 26:51

2005 Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex

Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 29, 2005

Men’s Team Results 1. UTEP 2. Rice 3. Tulsa 4. UCF 5. Houston 6. Marshall 7. East Carolina 8. Memphis Men’s Individual Results 47. Juan Arboleda 49. Avi Shaposhnik 51. Sam James 52. Jefferson Brant 53. Daniel Abebe

Palos Hills, Ill. Palos Hills Forest Preserve Men - 8K, Women - 6K Oct. 30, 2004 Men’s Team Results 1. Houston 2. Charlotte 3. Louisville 4. Cincinnati 5. East Carolina 6. Marquette 7. DePaul 8. TCU

Tulane USF Memphis Saint Louis

Women’s Team Results 1. Rice 2. UAB 3. SMU 4. Tulsa 5. Southern Miss 6. Memphis 7. UTEP

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East Carolina UCF Houston Marshall

209 227 280 284

Women’s Individual Results 6. Daniele Riendeau 16. Emily Malinowski 41. Carrie Corbett 43. Mary Claire Dake 46. Meghan Shinkwin 62. Sarah Janecek 69. Nora Nemere

17:30 18:12 19:02 19:04 19:15 19:51 20:21

Grimesland, N.C. Overton/Lake Kristi Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 28, 2006 Men’s Team Results 1. UTEP 2. Tulsa 3. Rice 4. UCF 5. Houston 6. Marshall 7. East Carolina 8. Memphis Men’s Individual Results 47. Geoff Standen 54. Avi Shaposhnik 55. Juan Arboleda 57. Sam James 60. Nick Bussey

21 40 70 96 134 136 211 244 28:26.61 29:17.96 29:19.78 29:54.37 31:13.78

Women’s Team Results 1. UAB 2. Rice 3. SMU 4. Tulsa 5. UCF 6. Tulane 7. UTEP 8. Houston 9. East Carolina 10. Memphis 11. Marshall 12. Southern Miss

54 55 72 77 169 174 209 218 235 276 293 311

Women’s Individual Results 35. Emily Malinowski 19:42.64 37. Mary Claire Dake 19:44.97 59. Becca McMahon 20:56.44 77. Kimberly McVeigh 22:03.41 84. Eryka Morris 23:29.12

2007 Santa Teresa, N.M. Santa Teresa Country Club Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 27, 2007 Men’s Team Results 1. UTEP 2. Tulsa

15 42

Rice Marshall Houston UCF East Carolina Memphis

Men’s Individual Results 35. Jorgen Ekdahl 40. Jacob Chapman 54. Avi Shaposhnik 55. Juan Arboleda 57. Sam James

110 116 128 131 201 206 28:13.5 28:42.1 29:39.0 29:57.1 30:04.0 26 54 105 118 124 152 196 214 267 274 280 302

Women’s Individual Results 35. Tina Sherratt 19:51.1 40. Anneli Uys 20:03.2 48. Emily Malinowski 20:36.4 76. Lyndsey Ratasiewicz 22:03.0 88. Jessie Wilks 24:16.5

2008 Memphis, Tenn. Mike Rose Soccer Complex Men - 8K, Women - 5K Nov. 1, 2008

Men’s Individual Results 21. Edwin Kipkorir 25. Jacob Chapman 39. Joe Coneo Jr. 43. Jorgen Ekdahl 47. Guy Hudson 48. Sam James Women’s Team Results 1. SMU 2. Rice 3. Tulsa 4. UAB 5. Houston 6. East Carolina 7. UTEP 8. UCF

University of Memphis

Tulane Marshall Southern Miss Memphis

209 270 344 357

Women’s Individual Results 62. Emily Malinowski 20:24.00 65. Jasmine Darden 20:35.00 74. Lauren Everhart 21:46.00 76. Joslynne Serna 22:10.00 80. Kristi Moore 24:17.00 82. Ashton Baldwin 25:45.00

2009

Women’s Team Results 1. Rice 2. Tulsa 3. SMU 4. UAB 5. UTEP 6. Tulane 7. UCF 8. East Carolina 9. Memphis 10. Marshall 11. Houston 12. Southern Miss

Men’s Team Results 1. Tulsa 2. UTEP 3. Rice 4. Marshall 5. East Carolina 6. Houston 7. Memphis 8. Tulane

9. 10. 11. 12.

27 30 84 114 145 156 175 235 26:11.00 26:29.00 27:26.00 28:40.00 28:55.00 28:58.00 40 50 77 116 145 177 182 198

The Woodlands, Texas Bear Branch Sportsfields Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 31, 2009 Men’s Team Results 1. UTEP 2. Tulsa 3. Rice 4. Marshall 5. Houston 6. East Carolina 7. Memphis 8. Tulane Men’s Individual Results 29. Edwin Kipkorir 37. Jacob Chapman 43. Jorgen Ekdahl 49. Joe Coneo Jr. 52. Curtis Gibbs 53. Guy Hudson

31 32 88 116 122 140 210 236 26:38.63 26:57.32 27:27.29 28:40.09 29:42.47 29:47.37

Women’s Team Results 1. SMU 2. Rice 3. Tulsa 4. UAB 5. Houston 6. East Carolina 7. UTEP 8. UCF 9. Tulane 10. Marshall 11. Southern Miss 12. Memphis

40 50 77 116 145 177 182 198 209 270 344 357

Women’s Individual Results 50. Kayleigh Brown 20:15.92 55. Jasmine Darden 20:40.13 71. Lauren Everhart 21:44.32 72. Brittany Duboise 21:48.12 79. Joslynne Sema 23:45.76 80. Karoline Shott 23:56.81

2010 Broken Arrow, Okla. Indian Springs CC Men - 8K, Women - 5K Nov. 1, 2010 Men’s Team Results 1. Tulsa

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

UTEP Rice Marshall East Carolina Houston Memphis Tulane

42 87 101 121 184 234 235

Men’s Individual Results 29. James Maglasang 48. Robert Skinner 50. Joe Coneo 53. Abdi Guleed 54. Darrik Turner 56. Curtis Gibbs 59. Guy Hudson

25:24 26:41 26:50 27:25 27:40 28:00 28:52

Women’s Team Results 1. Tulsa 2. Rice 3. UTEP 4. UAB 5. SMU 6. East Carolina 7. Houston 8. Southern Miss 9. Tulane 10. Memphis 11. UCF 12. Marshall

27 57 94 102 131 138 195 202 222 271 303 345

Women’s Individual Results 50. Ellen Kildal 52. Jasmine Darden 53. Jenny Johnston 68. Louisa Lingley 70. Ida Fillingsnes 73. Alisha Fitch 76. Nandia Taylor 77. Meagan Nichols

18:37 18:39 18:40 19:16 19:25 19:32 19:40 19:41

2011 Houston, Texas Wildcat Golf Club Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 31, 2011 Men’s Team Results 1. Tulsa 2. UTEP 3. Houston 4. Rice 5. Marshall 6. Memphis 7. East Carolina 8. Tulane Men’s Individual Results 15. James Maglasang 24. Dan Kuhman 30. Austin Carter 32. Julien Wolf 42. Fabian Fiege 53. Keanan Joyner 54. Trent Scott 60. Robert Skinner

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3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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57 59 83 86 162 167 208 219 236 258 271 281

Women’s Individual Results 25. Louisa Lingley 18:09.4 41. Jasmine Darden 18:43.4 42. Alisha Fitch 18:44.3 48. Nandia Taylor 19:04.2 58. Jenny Johnston 19:24.6 70. Meagan Nichols 19:47.0 83. Erica Owen 20:29.5

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1991 Milwaukee Wis. Men - 8K, Women - 5K Nov. 2, 1991 Men’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. Cincinnati 3. UAB 4. DePaul 5. Memphis

Women’s Team Results 1. DePaul 2. UAB 3. Marquette 4. Cincinnati 5. Memphis Women’s Individual Results 32. Kimberly Myers 33. Tracy Allen 34. Dena Dunn 35. Lisa Scott 38. Cantrece Hayslett 39. Amirah Qaasim

24 47 84 112 117 26:32 28:42 30:19 30:20 30:38 30:54 23 66 69 78 150 22:17 22:41 22:49 22:54 24:27 28:03

1993 Chicago, Ill. Oct. 30, 1993 Men’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. Cincinnati 3. UAB 4. DePaul 5. Memphis 6. Dayton 7. Saint Louis Men’s Individual Results 16. Simon Gron 17. Steve McFarland 31. Dan Hinders 43. Ken Hall 52. Branda Newsom Women’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. UAB 3. DePaul 4. Cincinnati 5. Dayton 6. Saint Louis 7. Memphis

34 43 83 85 138 174 192 27:09 27:14 28:05 28:47 30:23 41 44 63 85 120 183 193

Women’s Individual Results 36. Christa Carney 22:12 37. Dena Dunn 22:14

University of Memphis

23:29 24:23 24:26 25:01 27:17

1975

Men’s Individual Results 1. Tony Blackwell

Louisville, Ky. Nov. 1, 1975 Men’s Team Results 1. Georgia Tech 2. Memphis 3. Saint Louis 4. Louisville 5. Cincinnati Men’s Individual Results 1. Paul Bannon

1976 Saint Louis, Mo. Oct. 30, 1976 Men’s Team Results 1. Memphis 2. Georgia Tech 3. Cincinnati 4. Florida State 5. Saint Louis 6. Louisville

1977 Cincinnati, Ohio Nov. 5, 1977 Men’s Team Results 1. Saint Louis 2. Cincinnati 3. Memphis 4. Florida State 5. Georgia Tech 6. Louisville

1978

1980 St. Louis, Mo. Nov. 1, 1980 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. Florida State 3. Memphis 4. Cincinnati 5. Louisville 6. Tulane 7. Saint Louis

1981 New Orleans, La. Nov. 1, 1981 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. Florida State 3. Cincinnati 4. Memphis 5. Louisville 6. Tulane

1982 Blacksburg, Va. Nov. 6, 1982 Men’s Team Results 1. Florida State 2. Virginia Tech 3. Cincinnati 4. Memphis 5. Louisville 6. Tulane 7. Southern Miss

Tallahassee, Fla. Nov. 4, 1978 Men’s Team Results 1. Florida State 2. Saint Louis 3. Virginia Tech 4. Cincinnati 5. Memphis 6. Louisville 7. Tulane

1979 Memphis, Tenn. Nov. 3, 1979 Men’s Team Results 1. Florida State 2. Virginia Tech 3. Memphis 4. Cincinnati 5. Saint Louis 6. Louisville 7. Tulane

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1983 Cincinnati, Ohio Nov. 5, 1983 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. South Carolina 3. Cincinnati 4. Florida State 5. Memphis 6. Southern Miss 7. Louisville 8. Tulane Men’s Individual Results 1. Colin Hume

1984 Tallahassee, Fla. Nov. 3, 1984 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech

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Men’s Individual Results 4. Andrew Juby 27. Tim Lampley 39. Steve McFarland 40. Larry Martin 42. Ken Hall 44. Geoff Fletcher

Amirah Qaasim Emilie Bishop Julie Peterson Emily Holt TriNikka Davis

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Men’s Individual Results 1. David Topham

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Louisville, Ky. Nov. 9, 1985 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. Cincinnati 3. Memphis 4. South Carolina 5. Louisville 6. Florida State 7. Southern Miss Women’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. Florida State 3. Cincinnati 4. Louisville 5. Memphis

1986 Memphis, Tenn. Nov. 8, 1986 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. South Carolina 3. Cincinnati 4. Florida State 5. Louisville 6. Memphis 7. Southern Miss Women’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. Florida State 3. Cincinnati 4. Louisville 5. Memphis

1987 Columbia, S.C. Nov. 7, 1987 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. Louisville 3. Cincinnati 4. Florida State 5. South Carolina 6. Southern Miss 7. Memphis Women’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

7. 8.

Florida State Cincinnati South Carolina Louisville Memphis Southern Miss

Hattiesburg, Miss. Nov. 5, 1988

Men’s Individual Results 11. Andrew Juby 25. Kyle Merryman 27. Jim Mirda 37. Tim Lampley 39. John Strong 42. Dave Tamburrino 46. Larry Martin

33 83 85 115 117 123 139 26:22.4 27:19.6 27:28.9 28:23.2 28:57.2 29:21.7 30:29.5

Women’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. South Carolina 3. Florida State 4. Cincinnati 5. Southern Miss 6. Louisville 7. Memphis

1989

Men’s Individual Results 4. Andrew Juby 13. Jim Mirda 25. Tim Lampley 36. Steve Lanham 50. Terry McKee 54. Kevin McConnell Women’s Team Results 1. South Carolina 2. Florida State 3. Virginia Tech 4. Louisville 5. Cincinnati 6. Tulane

University of Memphis

1990 Cincinnati, Ohio Oct. 27, 1990 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. Florida State 3. South Carolina 4. Louisville 5. Cincinnati 6. Memphis 7. Tulane 8. Southern Miss Men’s Individual Results 4. Andrew Juby 14. Tim Lampley 24. Jim Mirda 49. Geoff Fletcher 54. Kevin McConnell Women’s Team Results 1. South Carolina 2. Louisville 3. Virginia Tech 4. Florida State 5. Cincinnati 6. Tulane 7. Memphis 8. Southern Miss

Blacksburg, Va. Nov. 4, 1989 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. Florida State 3. South Carolina 4. Cincinnati 5. Memphis 6. Tulane 7. Louisville 8. Southern Miss

199 225

Women’s Individual Results 25. Lisa Koch 20:33.0 38. Terry Adams 21:50.0 44. Cantrina Hayslett 22:56.0 45. Tracy Allen 23:03.0 47. Cantrece Hayslett 23:24.0 50. Gail Graham 28:07.0 51. Heather Wells 28:49.0

1988

Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. South Carolina 3. Florida State 4. Cincinnati 5. Southern Miss 6. Louisville 7. Memphis

Memphis Southern Miss

22 55 98 101 128 133 162 226

Women’s Individual Results 30. Terry Adams 36. Kim Myers 37. Tracy Allen 41. Cantrece Hayslett 44. Dena Dunn 46. Lisa Scott 48. Sylvia Harris

24 64 79 123 139 145 182 205 26:18 27:08 27:28 30:01 31:36

Conference Finishes Year 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Conf. Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro GMC GMC GMC GMC C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA

26 52 75 83 145 184 188 226 21:27 22:19 22:20 22:34 22:41 22:45 22:51

25:22.0 26:20.0 26:53.0 27:36.0 28:49.0 30:22.0 39 54 62 81 136 158

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Women’s * * * * * * * * * * 5/5 5/5 6/6 7/7 7/8 7/8 5/5 7 7/7 7 11/11 12/12 12/12 12/12 12/12 12/12 12/14 14/14 14/14 11/14 6/11 10/12 9/12 12/12 12/12 10/12 7/12

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Women’s Team Results 9/7 Plough Park Invitational 9/13 Adidas/Powerade 9/20 Commodore Challenge 10/4 Saluki Invitational 10/11 APSU Invitational 10/18 Southwest Missouri State 11/1 C-USA Championships

1992 Men’s Team Results N/A

Women’s Team Results 9/17 Western Kentucky Hall of Fame 4/4 9/23 Tiger Invitational 1/3 10/1 ASU Pizza Inn-Dian Invitational 1/4 10/8 Murray State Invitational 2/4 10/15 Southern Missouri State 1/3 10/21 Ole Miss Invitational 4/6 11/5 Metro Conf. Championships 7/7

Men’s Team Results 10/2 Saluki-County Fair Invite 6/10 10/15 Murray State Invitational 3/5 10/30 Great Midwest Championships 5/7

1989 Men’s Team Results 9/15 Ole Miss Invitational 3/3 9/22 Tiger Invitational 2/5 9/30 Saluki Invitational 8/9 10/7 Pizza Inn-Dian Invitational 1/2 10/14 Murray State Invitational 1/3 10/21 Vanderbilt Invitational 2/16 11/4 Metro Conf. Championships 5/8 Women’s Team Results 9/15 Ole Miss Invitational 3/3 9/22 Tiger Invitational 3/4 9/30 Saluki Invitational 7/7 10/7 Pizza Inn-Dian Invitational 2/2 10/14 Murray State Invitational 2/2 10/21 Vanderbilt Invitational 9/10 11/4 Metro Conf. Championships 7/8

1990 Men’s Team Results 9/14 Ole Miss Double Dual Meet 9/21 Tiger Invitational 9/29 Saluki Invitational 10/5 Pizza Inn-Dian Invite 10/13 Mid-South Invitational 10/19 Ole Miss Invitational 10/27 Metro Conf. Championships Women’s Team Results 9/14 Ole Miss Double Dual Meet 9/21 Tiger Invitational 9/29 Saluki Invitational 10/5 Pizza Inn-Dian Invite 10/19 Ole Miss Invitational 10/27 Metro Conf. Championships

3/4 3/5 6/8 4/4 2/7 4/7 6/8 2/3 1/4 6/7 1/3 3/6 7/8

1991 Men’s Team Results 9/13 Ole Miss Invitational 6/8 9/20 Tiger Invitational 3/5 10/5 Saluki Invitational 7/7 10/12 Mid-South Invitational 2/2 10/19 Vanderbilt Invitational 12/20 11/2 Great Midwest Championships 5/5 Women’s Team Results 9/13 Ole Miss Invitational 5/7 9/20 Tiger Invitational 3/4 10/5 Country Fair Invitational 9/9 10/12 Rhodes Invitational 1/6 10/19 Vanderbilt Invitational 13/24 11/2 Great Midwest Championships 5/5

Women’s Team Results N/A

1993

Women’s Team Results 10/2 Saluki-County Fair Invite 12/12 10/9 UALR-Quapaw Golf Links 2/3 10/15 Murray State Invitational 3/3 10/30 Great Midwest Championships 7/7

1994 Men’s Team Results N/A Women’s Team Results N/A

Women’s Team Results 9/8 Plough Park Invitational 9/23 Pizza Inn-Dian Invitational 9/30 SMSU Ozark Invitational 10/7 Martin Foods Invitational 10/14 Rhodes Invitational 10/28 C-USA Championships

1/8 1/6 3/14 5/14 8/12 6/11 NTR

Women’s Team Results 9/4 Plough Park Invitational 9/12 USF Invitational 9/26 Commodore Classic 10/3 Saluki Invitational 10/17 SEMO Invitational 10/31 C-USA Championships 11/14 NCAA South Regional

4/12 2/8 6/15 9/14 4/5 12/12 NTR

1999

1995 Men’s Team Results 9/8 Plough Park Invitational 9/23 Vanderbilt Classic 10/7 Martin Foods Invitational 10/14 SEMO Invitational 10/28 C-USA Championship 11/11 District III Championships

1998 Men’s Team Results 9/4 Plough Park Invitational 9/12 USF Invitational 9/26 Comodore Classic 10/3 Saluki Invitational 10/17 Chili Pepper Festival 10/31 C-USA Championships 11/14 NCAA South Regional

2/8 4/18 4/11 2/5 9/11 NTR 7/9 2/3 4/5 12/12 6/13 11/11

Men’s Team Results 9/3 Plough Park Invitational 9/18 Commodore Classic 9/25 Sam Bell Invitational 10/2 Saluki Invitational 10/16 Memphis Invitational 10/30 C-USA Championships 11/14 NCAA South Regional Women’s Team Results 9/3 Plough Park Invitational 9/18 Commodore Classic 9/25 Hawaii Invitational 10/2 Saluki Invitational 10/16 Tiger Invitational 10/30 C-USA Championships

1996 Men’s Team Results 9/7 Plough Park Invitational 6/13 9/14 Georgia State Invitational 5/12 9/21 Commodore Classic 2/13 10/5 Saluki Invitational 7/10 10/19 UTM Skyhawk Invitational 2/6 11/2 C-USA Championships 10/12 Women’s Team Results 9/7 Plough Park Invitational 9/21 Commodore Classic 9/28 Trojan Classic 10/5 Saluki Invitational 10/12 APSU Invitational 10/26 Turner Dairy Sweepstakes 11/2 C-USA Championships

7/13 6/13 6/9 9/11 5/14 1/2 12/12

1997 Men’s Team Results 9/7 Plough Park Invitational 9/14 Georgia State Invitational 9/20 Commodore Classic 10/4 Saluki Invitational 10/1 Southwest Missouri State 11/1 C-USA Championships

University of Memphis

3/7 3/16 7/13 4th 2/3 10/12

6/7 NTR 19/22 8/16 5/9 9/11 NTR 2/9 11/15 4/5 10/16 2/8 12/12

2000 Men’s Team Results 9/16 Crimson Classic 9/30 Commodore Classic 10/7 SIU Classic 10/28 C-USA Championships

16/23 13/26 7/11 10/10

Women’s Team Results 9/1 Plough Park Invitational 4/9 9/16 UTC Adidas/Powerade Invite 4/8 9/23 Pizza inn-dian Invite 2/7 10/14 Tiger Invitational 4/5 10/28 C-USA Championships 12/12 11/11 NCAA South Regional NTR

2001 Men’s Team Results 9/1 Plough Park Invitational 9/8 Murray State 9/29 Paddy Doyle Iona Meet 10/6 Saluki Invitational 10/14 Chili Pepper Invitational 10/27 C-USA Championships Women’s Team Results 9/1 Plough Park Invitational 9/8 Murray State 9/22 Vanderbilt

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1/6 2/6 21/25 8/14 18/27 6/11 3/6 2/7 12/14

9/29 10/6 10/13 10/27

Arkansas State/Pepsi Invite 1/3 Saluki Invitational 6/13 Austin Peay Invitational 2/14 C-USA Championships 12/14

2002 Men’s Team Results 8/31 Plough Park Invitational NTR 9/16 Murray State Invitational 2/2 9/21 Vanderbilt Classic 3/9 9/28 Iona Meet of Champions 19/30 10/12 SIU-Carbondale Invitational 8/9 11/2 C-USA Championships 7/12 Women’s Team Results 9/14 Murray State Invitational 2/2 9/21 Vanderbilt Classic 9/11 10/5 Rhodes Invitational 8/14 10/12 SIU-Carbondale Invitational 9/9 11/2 C-USA Championships 14/14

2003 Men’s Team Results 9/6 Memphis Twilight Classic 9/27 Iona Invitational 10/11 Saluki Invite 10/18 Arkansas Invitational 11/1 C-USA Championships

NTR 12/21 4/7 15/33 7/12

Women’s Team Results 9/6 Memphis Twilight Classic 9/13 Commodore Classic 10/3 Notre Dame Invitational 10/18 Chili Pepper Invitational 11/1 C-USA Championships

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2004 Men’s Team Results 10/9 Saluki Invite 10/23 SEMO Invite 10/30 C-USA Championships

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Women’s Team Results 9/11 Memphis Twilight 9/25 UALR Open 10/9 Saluki Invite 10/30 C-USA Championships 11/13 NCAA South Regional

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2005 Men’s Team Results 9/24 UALR Open 10/8 ASU Invite 10/22 SEMO Invite 10/29 C-USA Championships

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Women’s Team Results 9/2 Belmont Opener 9/11 Memphis Twilight 9/17 Tennessee Dual Meet 9/24 Harrier Classic 10/1 Rhodes Invite 10/15 Chile Pepper 10/29 C-USA Championships 11/12 NCAA South Regional

6/14 5/20 1/2 2/11 4/22 16/38 6/11 11/24

2006 Men’s Team Results 9/16 Old Times Classic 9/23 UALR Open 9/30 Rhodes Invite 10/7 Memphis Twilight Classic 10/28 C-USA Championships

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Women’s Team Results 9/15 Old Times Classic 9/22 UALR Open 9/29 Rhodes Invite 10/6 Memphis Twilight Classic 10/13 Evansville Invite 10/27 C-USA Championships

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2011 Men’s Team Results 9/4 Memphis Twilight Classic 9/17 Commodore Classic 10/1 Rhodes Inivitational 10/15 Crimmson Classic 10/31 C-USA Championships 11/12 NCAA South Regional

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Women’s Team Results 9/4 Memphis Twilight Classic 9/17 Commodore Classic 10/1 Rhodes Invitational 10/15 Crimmson Classic 10/31 C-USA Championshps 10/30 NCAA South Regional

8/25 7/22 1/12 10/25 7/12 18/27

3/7 14/29 3/7 5/9 2/2 7/8

Women’s Team Results 8/28 Arkansas Tech Twilight 9/13 Memphis Twilight Classic 9/27 UALR Open Meet 10/11 Watson Ford Invitational 10/17 Watson Ford Invitational 11/1 C-USA Championships

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Paul Bannon Metro Conf. Championships Tony Blackwell Metro Conf. Championships Colin Hume Metro Conf. Championships David Topham Metro Conf. Championships Andrew Juby Ole Miss Invitational Tim Lampley Pizza Inn-Dian Invitational Andy Juby Vanderbilt Invitational Andrew Juby Tiger Invitational Andrew Juby Mid-South Invitational Christian Friis Southwest Missouri State Kevin Foltz Plough Park Invitational Balazs Laszio Plough Park Invitational Mate Nemeth C-USA Championships Mate Nemeth SEMO Invite James Maglasang Rhodes Invite James Maglasang Rhodes Invite

Women’s Individual Winners 10/15/1988 10/26/1996 9/7/1997 10/18/1997 9/24/2005 9/29/2007

2008 Men’s Team Results 8/28 Arkansas Tech Twilight 9/13 Memphis Twilight Classic 9/27 UALR Open Meet 10/11 Watson Ford Invitational 10/17 Watson Ford Invitational 11/1 C-USA Championships

1975 1979 1983 1984 9/15/1989 10/7/1989 10/23/1989 9/21/1990 10/13/1990 10/1/1997 9/4/1998 8/31/2002 10/30/2004 10/23/2004 10/2/2010 10/1/2011

Lisa Koch Missouri Southern St. Tri-Meet Kathryn Murphy Turner Dairy Sweepstakes Arielle Frileux Plough Park Invitational Arielle Frileux Southwest Missouri State Daniele Riendeau Harrier Classic Emily Malinowski Rhodes Invite

Men’s Team Wins 1976 Metro Conf. Championships 10/7/1989 Pizza Inn-Dian Invitational 10/14/1989 Murray State Invitational 9/4/1998 Plough Park Invitational 9/12/1998 USF Invitational 9/1/2001 Plough Park Invitational 10/1/2011 Rhodes Invitational

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9/23/1988 Tiger Invitational 10/1/1988 ASU Pizza Inn-Dian Invitational 10/15/1988 Southern Missouri State 9/21/1990 Tiger Invitational 10/5/1990 Pizza Inn-Dian Invite 10/12/1991 Rhodes Invitational 10/26/1996 Turner Dairy Sweepstakes 9/29/2001 Arkansas State/Pepsi Invite 9/17/2005 Tennessee Dual Meet 10/1/2011 Rhodes Invitational

Men’s Team Results 9/6 Memphis Twilight Classic 19/25 9/29 Vanderbilt Invitational 13/16 9/29 Rhodes Invite 4/14 10/10 Ted Lloyd Bison Stampede 3/7 10/31 C-USA Championships 7/8 Women’s Team Results 9/6 Memphis Twilight Classic 17/24 9/29 Vanderbilt Invitational 11/18 9/29 Rhodes Invite 3/12 10/10 Ted Lloyd Bison Stampede 3/6 10/31 C-USA Championships 11/12

2010 Men’s Team Results 9/3 Belmont/Vanderbilt Opener 9/10 9/10 UALR Invite NTS 9/25 Memphis Twilight 21/30 10/2 Rhodes Invite 5/15 10/16 Chile Pepper Festival 44/50 11/1 C-USA Championships 7/8 Women’s Team Results 9/3 Belmont/Vanderbilt Opener 8/12 9/10 UALR Invite NTS 9/25 Memphis Twilight 16/32 10/2 Rhodes Invite 2/11 10/16 Chile Pepper Festival 37/56 11/1 C-USA Championships 7/8 11/13 NCAA South Regional 22/25

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1988-91 1988-92 1997-98

- B 2003-04 2007-09 1987-90 1999 1993-94 1999-2002 2002-05 1995-96 2003-06 2002-05 2009-10 1995-98

- C Beth Cabbage Christa Carney Kara Cassel Laura Clark Sarah Cloud Carrie Conner Carrie Corbett Karin Cox

1992 1993-96 2003-04 2000 1992-93 2010-11 2005 1994-96

- D Mary Claire Dake Andrea Dahlman Leslie Daley Jasmine Darden TriNikka Davis Brittany Duboise Dena Dunn

2003-07 1998-2001 2000-03 2008-11 1993-96 2008 1990-94

- I Ashley Ianniello Zaneta Ivy

2008

- F Ida Fillingsnes Alisha Fitch Maven Ford Arielle Frileux Hayley Futrell

2010-11 2010-12 2011-12 1998 2001-03

Sarah Janecek Jenny Johnston

2001-03 1988-90 1996-99

- H Deborah Hall

2004-05 2010-12

- K Ellen Kildal Lisa Koch Taylor Kriha

2010-11 1987-90 2011

- R Wendy Ragle Lyndsey Ratasiewicz Daniele Riendeau Andrea Roberson Charner Rodgers Mindy Rogenmoser Carla Ross

1986-89 1998-2002 2010-12 1998-99

2005-09 1991-95 2003-07 2003-08 2000-02 2008 2006-09 1991 1996-98 1990-93

- N Amanda Neighbors Nora Nemere Meagan Nichols

Susan Russ 1969-79 Pat McGuigan 1979-82 No Women’s Team 1982-85 Brenda Cash 1985-2006 Kevin Robinson 2006-Present

Gwen Sanders Lisa Scott Joslynne Serna Tina Sherratt Meghan Shinkwin Tracy Shipmon Karoline Shott Chena Stevenson Ashley Stewart Joy Stotts

1995-97 1990-92 2008 2007-08 2005 1992-94 2009 1991-95 2004-09 1996-97

- T Caitlyn Tait Jessica Tatum Nandia Taylor

2012 2012 2010-12

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- M Emily Malinowski Kimberly Marshall Becca McMahon Kimberly McViegh Katie Moore Kristi Moore Eryka Morris Kelley Morris Kathryn Murphy Kimberly Myers

1998-2003 2007 2003-06 1998 1996-97 1993 1996-2000

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- L Debra Lane Lilly Lebron Louisa Lingley Denise Lukes

W o m e n ’ s T r ac k C oac h e s

1999 2003-05 2010-12

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- W Heather Wells Rachel Weston Titian-Rose Whittle Jessie Wilks Ashley Williams Carrie Williams Heidi Williams Patricia Willingham Michel Wilson Heather Woolls Julie Wright

1989-90 1995-98 2002-03 2007 2001 1998-99 1993 1997-98 2003-04 2002-05 1999-00

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1995-96 2011-12

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- G Keenan Gibson Gail Graham Melissa Greer

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- E Lauren Everhart

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Laura Peel 1995-96 Amy Perkins 1996-97 Julie Peterson 1987-89, 1993 Brittany Pieraccini 2003-04

- Q Amirah Qaasim

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Ali Baker Ashton Baldwin Sherry Bell Tara Belt Emilie Bishop Katy Bondeson Sue Ann Bowen Elizabeth Brennan Josetta Brooks Karin Brooks Kayleigh Brown Romelin Bueno

Sylvia Harris Cantrece Hayslett Cantrina Hayslett Laura Hill Anita Hobbs Emily Holt

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- B Paul Bannon Tony Blackwell Jefferson Brant Griffin Bridgers Bill Burrell Nick Bussey

1973-76 1979 2005 1999 1990 2006

- C Austin Carter Jacob Chapman Joe Coneo Jr.

2011-12 2007-10 2008-11

- D Adam Didyk Toby Dolman Jeff Doudrick Colin Doyle

2003 1995-96 2000-02 2007

- E Lee Eilert Jorgen Ekdahl

1996-97, 1999 2007-10

- F Hugh Ferry Godfrey Fayne Fabian Fiege Geoff Fletcher Kevin Foltz Christian Friis

2001-03 2012 2011-12 1990-93 1996-2000 1997-98

- G Aiden Galasso Wesley Garrett Curtis Gibbs Robert Goode Simon Gron Abdi Guleed

2012 2007-09 2007-11 1998-2001 1993-94 2010-11

1996-97 1991-94 1993-95 2007-11 1983

- J Sam James Keanan Joyner

- K Szabi Karadi Istvan Kerekjarto Bradndon Keys Edwin Kipkorir Daniel Kuhman

2003-04 2003-04 2012 2008-10 2011-12

- L Tim Lampley Steve Lanham Balazs Laszlo Andre Lucas

1988-92 1989-90 1999-2003 1999-2003

Robert Skinner 2010-11 Brent Smith 1990 Ryan Smith 1998-99, 2001-03 Geoff Standen 2006-07 Brian Stewart 1995-96 John Strong 1988-89

- T Dave Tamburrino Stephen Tankersley Cameron Thomas David Topham Darrik Turner Zach Turner

- M James Maglasang 2010-12 Imran Mahmood 2002-03 Rehan Mahmood 2002-03 Larry Martin 1988-92 Stefan Matschimer 1998-99, 2001 Mark McBeth 1992 Kevin McConnell 1989-93 Steve McFarland 1991-93 Terry McKee 1989 Ricky McLain 2001 Michael Mentz 2004 Kyle Merryman 1986-88 Jim Mirda 1988-91 Steve Moore 1998-99 Jason Morgan 2004-08 Kym Morgan 2003

Lance Wiedower Brandon Williams Julien Wolf Jason Wood Greg Woods

2004-08 2011-12

Jim Reif Jeremy Rice

1992 1989

2001-02 2002-05 2003-04 1993-95

1995-99 2010-12 1992 2002-03

Conference All-Conference USA Men’s First Team Mate Nemeth 2004 All-Conference USA Men’s Second Team Jason Scott 1995 Christin Friis 1997 Stefan Matschimer 1998 All-Conference USA Men’s Third Team Balazs Laszio 2000 Adam Widyk 2003 James Maglasang 2011 All-Conference USA Women’s Second Team Danielle Riendeau 2005 All-Metro Conference Men’s Team Andrew Juby 1988 Andrew Juby 1989 Andrew Juby 1990

W e e k ly A w a r d s C-USA Men’s Athlete of the Week Balazs Laszio 10/17/2000 Adam Didyk 10/13/2003 Juan Arboleda 10/24/2006 Edwin Kipkorir 9/30/2008 James Maglasang 9/14/2010 James Maglasang 10/4/2011 C-USA Women’s Athlete of the Week Wendy Ragie 10/17/2000 Danielle Riendeau 9/27/2005

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- P Vince Perryman Justin Pinkston James Porte Travis Pressler

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- Z David Zimmerman Kyle Zimmerman

- N Derek Nakluski Gary Nemeth Mate Nemeth Branda Newsom

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M e n ’ s T r ac k C oac h e s A.L. Allen Norm Sloan Glen Johnson Larry Wright Glenn Hays Kevin Robinson

1953-54 1955 1956-67 1968-70 1971-2006 2006-Present

C-USA Men’s All-Academic Curtis Gibbs James Maglasang

2010 2011

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C-USA Women’s All-Academic Emily Malinowski Emily Malinowski Emily Malinowski

2006 2007 2008

USTFCCCA All-Academic Teams Women’s Cross Country

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Institution M Club Hall of Fame Paul Bannon Anita Hobbs

1995-98 2011-12

- S Christian Schmalleger 1997-2000 Jason Scott 1995-97 Trent Scott 2010-12 Phil Scruggs 2011-12 David Sevier 1990 Abraham Shaposhnik 2004-06

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Media Quick Facts.................................... 32 2012-13 Schedule.......................... 32 Media Information........................ 32 2012-13 Roster.............................. 32 Coaches & Staff Head Coach Grant Robbins.......33-34 Support Staff................................. 34

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Meet the Tigers Golfer Profiles...........................35-39 2011-12 Review Season Recap................................. 40 Team/Individual Results................ 40 C-USA Awards................................ 40 Tournament Results..................41-43 History Year-by-Year Results.................44-46 Year-by-Year Coaching................... 46 All-Time Tournament History...47-49 Tournament Wins.......................... 49 C-USA Championship History...50-52 NCAA Championship History......... 52 All-Time Roster.............................. 54 Record Book.................................. 55 Honors & Awards.......................... 56 By the Decade..........................57-58

2012-13 Schedule 2012 Fall Schedule Sept. 2-3, 2012 Turning Stone Intercollegiate Sept. 9-10, 2012 Gopher Invitational Sept. 24-25, 2012 Shoal Creek Intercollegiate Oct. 12-14, 2012 Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Oct. 18-20, 2012 Wolfpack Intercollegiate 2013 Spring Schedule Feb. 9-10, 2013 SunTrust Gator Invitational Feb. 18-19, 2013 Mobile Bay Intercollegiate Mar. 4-5, 2013 Louisiana Classics Mar. 11-12, 2013 Tiger Shootout Mar. 25-26, 2013 Memphis Intercollegiate Apr. 8-9, 2013 Old Waverly Intercollegiate Apr. 21-23, 2013 C-USA Championships

Quick Facts Verona, N.Y. Minneapolis, Minn. Birmingham, Ala. Johnson City, Tenn. Raleigh, N.C. Gainesville, Fla. Mobile, Ala. Lafayette, La. Auburn, Ala. Memphis, Tenn. West Point, Miss. Texarkana, Ark.

2012-13 Roster NAME Ht. Carlson Cox 5-11 Cory Gaylord 6-1 Drew Greenwood 6-0 Alex Hoffman 5-11 Lexus Keoninh 5-10 Steve Lee 5-11 Grant Milner 5-10 Will Pearson 5-11 John Luke Tyner 5-8 Erwan Vieilledent 6-1 Coaching Staff Head Coach:

Wt. 175 190 175 150 170 150 160 185 160 165

Cl./Exp. R-SR/3L R-SO/1L FR/HS R-SO/1L SR/3L SR/3L R-JR/2L JR/1L R-FR/HS JR/1L

Grant Robbins

Breakdown

Hometown/Last School Church Hill, Tenn./Volunteer HS Memphis, Tenn./Houston HS Hot Springs, Ark./Lakeside HS Myersville, Md./Middletown HS Murfreesboro, Tenn./Oakland HS Hendersonville, Tenn./Hendersonville HS Knoxville, Tenn./The Webb School Memphis, Tenn./Arkansas Collierville, Tenn./Collierville HS Mougins, France/Shorter University Memphis, 1994/10th Season

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M e d i a I n f o rm a t i o n Practice/Interviews All men’s golf practices are closed to the media. However, special arrangements can be made by contacting the Athletics Communications Office at least 24 hourse prior to practice time. All interviews with head coach Grant Robbins are conducted through the Athletics Communications Office. Player interviews can also be coordinated throughout the season. Tigers on the Web The official athletic website of the University of Memphis is www. gotigersgo.com. Media information, such as news releases, statistics, etc., all are available on the website. C-USA Website Additional information about Conference USA and its member institutions can be obtained by logging on to www.conferenceusa.com. The conference site has up-to-date statistics and rankings of all league schools.

General Information School:............ The University of Memphis Location:......................... Memphis, Tenn. Founded:........................................... 1912 Enrollment:.................................... 22,725 Affiliation:........................ NCAA Division I Conference:..................... Conference USA Nickname:....................................... Tigers Colors:.................................... Blue & Gray Home Course:........ Colonial Country Club Par:............................... 72 (South Course) Setting:...................................... 386 Acres President:...................... Dr. Shirley Raines Athletics Director:.................. Tom Bowen Men’s History First Year of Golf:.............................. 1948 NCAA Tournaments/Last:............. 8/2012 Result:......... 28/30 NCAA Championships Men’s Coaching Staff Head Coach:....................... Grant Robbins ................. (University of Memphis, 1994) Tenure at Memphis:.......................... 9 yrs Tenure as Coach:............................. 13 yrs Men’s Team Information 2011-12 Conference Finish:.............. 1/11 2011-12 Tournament Wins:.................... 2 2011-12 Top-Five Finishes:................... 11 2011-12 Individual Medalists:................ 1 Final 2011-12 Rankings:...................40/39 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............8/2 Athletics Communications Men’s Golf Contact:......... Blake Barington Office Phone:....................(901) 678-5182 Mobile Phone:..................(325) 423-2512 E-mail:........... b.barington@memphis.edu Athletics Communications Fax:................ ..........................................(901) 678-4134 Address:............... 570 Normal, Room 203 ..................................Memphis, TN 38152 Web Site:................www.GoTigersGo.com Social Media Facebook:................................................... facebook.com/MemphisTigersGolf facebook.com/MemphisTigers Twitter: ................ twitter.com/UofM_Golf twitter.com/TigersMedia YouTube:.........youtube.com/SIDMemphis FourSquare:.foursquare.com/TigersMedia

Class Breakdown Seniors (3) Carlson Cox, Lexus Keoninh, Steve Lee

France (1) Erwan Vieilledent Arkansas (1) Drew Greenwood

Tennessee (7) Carlson Cox, Cory Gaylord, Lexus Keoninh, Steve Lee, Grant Milner, Will Pearson, John Luke Tyner

Sophomores (2) Cory Gaylord, Alex Hoffman Freshmen (2) Drew Greenwood, John Luke Tyner

Maryland (1) Alex Hoffman

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Capacity Assistant Coach Head Coach Head Coach

University Penn State UNC Wilmington University of Memphis

R o bb i n s ’ C o a c h i n g C a r e e r Year 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

School UNCW UNCW UNCW UNCW Memphis Memphis Memphis Memphis Memphis Memphis Memphis Memphis Memphis

Conf. Finish Tourn. Wins Top-5 Fin. 6th/9 (CAA) 1 7 3rd/6 (CAA) n/a n/a 2nd/10 (CAA) n/a n/a 2nd/10 (CAA) 4 n/a T8th/14 (C-USA) 1 4 7th/14 (C-USA) 3 5 4th/12 (C-USA) 1 4 T7th/11 (C-USA) 0 3 3rd/11 (C-USA) 1 7 4th/11 (C-USA) 0 2 9th/11 (C-USA) 0 4 2nd/11 (C-USA) 1 4 1st/11 (C-USA) 2 11

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Ranking 94 68 66 35 77/66 80/70 82/79 80/82 74/65 99/100 98/100 64/66 40/39

program’s top-20 lowest season averages, 14 were posted with Robbins at the helm. For careerlow averages, Robbins coached 14 of the top-20 golfers on that list. Away from the links, Robbins’ program has been just as impressive in the classroom. The Tigers have placed at least one golfer on the C-USA AllAcademic Team five of the last six years and had a representative on the Golf Coaches Association All-America Scholar list four of the past five seasons. Jack Belote was named to the 2011 Capital One/CoSIDA All-District IV second team and selected a 2012 C-USA Scholar Athlete. Brad Benjamin earned C-USA Scholar Athlete recognition in 2008 and 2009. The past two years (2011, 2012), Robbins’ program was honored with a C-USA Sport Academic Award. The honor is given to the team in each conference-sponsored sport with the highest grade-point average for that academic year. The 2011-12 campaign was Robbins best to date in the Bluff City, and the results proved it. Returning a veteran crew from the previous season, the Tigers looked to build on a 2010-11 season that saw them post a Conference USA Championships second-place finish and earn an NCAA Regional at-large berth. And, Memphis did just that. The past 2011-12 campaign, the Tigers were impressive on the links with 11 top-five showings, the most in the last 30 years. The previous most top-five finishes were nine in the 1987-88 season. Of the 11 top-five finishes, the Tigers placed first at the C-USA Championships and Wolfpack Intercollegiate and finished second at its own Memphis Intercollegiate. The C-USA Championships crown was the program’s first and also the Tigers’ first conference title since Memphis claimed the 1992 Great Midwest Conference (GMC) crown. Robbins was a sophomore

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G r a n t R o bb i n s Year at Memphis: ...............................10th Birthdate: ......................................June 29 Hometown ...................... Memphis, Tenn. Alma Mater: ..................... Memphis, 1994 Wife: ...............................................Brooke Children:............................................ Bryce

Coaching Highlights • • • • • • •

Led Tigers to 2008, 2011 and 2012 NCAA Regionals Led Memphis to 2012 NCAA Championships 2012 C-USA Champions 2008 & 2012 Conference USA Coach of the Year Led Tigers to eight tournament titles and 35 top-five finishes Has had eight different players earn medalist honors in 13 events 2001 CAA Coach of the Year (While at UNC Wilmington)

College Highlights • • • •

Four-year letterman at Memphis under Coach Jim Cook Three-time All-Great Midwest Conference Selection Recipient of the Jake Fondren Golf Scholarship Inducted into M Club Hall of Fame in 2010

Professional Career • • • •

North Florida PGA Winter Tour (1994-95) Tommy Armour Professional Golf Tour (1994-95) America Mid-South Professional Golf Tour (1995) PGA Class A Professional

on that Tigers’ GMC-title squad. The 2012 Conference USA Championships title also was the program’s fourth overall crown. In addition to the 2012 C-USA and 1992 GMC championships, Memphis won Metro Conference titles in 1976 and 1988. After a fifth-place showing at the NCAA Bowling Green Regional, the Tigers advanced to their first NCAA Championships since the 1987-88 season. The Tigers’ 2010-11 campaign not only set the stage for their impressive 2011-12 showing, but also proved a solid campaign in its own right. Memphis had four top-five finishes, including a first-place at the 2010 Mason

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Now in his 10th season as the University of Memphis men’s golf head coach, Grant Robbins continues to build the Tigers program into a national contender. Prior to being named the Tigers head coach, Robbins improved his craft at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, where he built the Seahawks into a national powerhouse. Robbins, a 1994 Memphis graduate and a three-time AllGreat Midwest Conference (GMC) selection, returned to his alma mater as head coach in June of 2003. Robbins replaced his former coach Jim Cook, who

unexpectedly passed away in November of 2002. Robbins has put together an impressive resume in his Memphis tenure. The 2008 and 2012 Conference USA Coach of the Year, Robbins has guided the Tigers to three NCAA Regional and one NCAA Championships appearances, 11 tournament titles (including the 2012 C-USA Championships crown) and 45 top-five showings. He is the only head coach to guide the Tigers to three NCAA Regionals and one of four Tigers coaches to take the program to the NCAA Championships. In addition to racking up tournament victories, Robbins has earned a reputation for developing players. Under his tutelage, Robbins has coached golfers that garnered nine All-CUSA, four C-USA All-Freshman Team and five C-USA AllTournament Team accolades. Nine Tigers golfers have won 14 tournaments during Robbins’ tenure, including Jonathan Fly’s medalist performance at the 2011 Conference USA Championships. Under Robbins, the Tigers have set individual records for lowest round (Keven FortinSimard), lowest 36 (Ian Rochester) and lowest 54 (Rochester). Of the

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts H e a d C o a c h G r a n t R o bb i n s / S u p p o r t S t a f f Rudolph Championships and a second-place at the 2011 C-USA Championships. Memphis placed two golfers on the All-C-USA squads (Belote, Fly) and had one representative on the C-USA All-Freshman Team. Before the historic 2011-12 campaign, the Tigers last made the postseason in 2008, Robbins’ fifth season at the helm. In that 2007-08 year, Memphis recorded seven top-five finishes, the most since the Tigers had nine top-five showings in 1987-88. The Tigers won the Charleston Southern Spring Kick-Off — the program’s first victory since the 2005 fall — and placed third at the C-USA Championships, Memphis’ highest finish at the league’s postseason event since 1999. Robbins’ Tigers earned a 2008 NCAA Regional at-large berth, marking the program’s first trip to NCAA play in 20 years. Robbins returned to his alma mater in the summer of 2003 and directed the Tigers to four top-five finishes in his inaugural campaign (2003-04). The following year (2004-05), he guided his squad to five top-five finishes, including three-straight, first-place showings to start the fall season. The Tigers won the Radrick Farms Intercollegiate, Memphis Intercollegiate and Missouri Bluffs Challenge. Prior to his Bluff City return, Robbins served as UNC Wilmington’s golf head coach for four seasons (1999-2003). In his short tenure on the North Carolina coast, Robbins guided the Seahawks to 28 top-three finishes, 11 tournament victories and a 2003 NCAA Regional berth. The NCAA postseason bid was the program’s first. Robbins, the 2001 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Coach of the Year, coached one CAA Golfer of the Year, two CAA Rookies of the Year and 13 All-CAA performers. In addition, seven different golfers were individual medalists in 10 tournaments.

Before taking the UNC Wilmington position, Robbins served as an assistant coach at Penn State. From 1997-99, he helped the Nittany Lions advance to two-straight NCAA East Regionals (1998, 1999). Robbins, the program’s recruiting coordinator, was the Penn State Golf Camps instructor and Rutherford Intercollegiate tournament director. Between his collegiate and coaching career, Robbins gained valuable experience on three professional golf tours. Robbins played on the North Florida PGA Winter Tour (1994-95), Tommy Armour Professional Golf Tour (1994-95) and Tour America Mid-South Professional Golf Tour (1995). Robbins was a Tigers fouryear letterman from 1990-94 and served as a team captain his junior and senior seasons. He was an All-Great Midwest Conference (GMC) team selection three times (1992, 1993, 1994) and also a Jake Fondren Golf Scholarship recipient. The Memphis, Tenn., native earned his bachelor’s degree in marketing from Memphis in 1994 and returned to his hometown university after his playing career to earn his master’s degree in sports management in 1997. Robbins entered the Professional Golfers Association (PGA) in August of 2007 and is now a PGA Class A Professional. He is currently a Jerry Haas Golf Camp instructor at Wake Forest University. Robbins has also served as an instructor at the Duke University Golf School, Pine Needles Youth Golfari (Southern Pines, N.C.) and the Fighting Scot Golf Camp (Wooster, Ohio). Robbins and his wife, Brooke, reside in Cordova, Tenn. The couple has one child, Bryce.

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Bob Winn Associate Athletic Director

Bridget VanLandeghem Academic Advisor

Blake Barington Athletics Communications

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CARLSON COX r-Senior • 3L 5-11 • 175 Church Hill, Tenn. Volunteer HS

Major: Interdisciplinary Studies (Graduate Degree)

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Rds 12

Total Strokes 905

1st Rd Avg 72.75

2nd Rd Avg 78.25

UK Bluegrass Invitational ... Carded scores of 77-79-75 to finish 43rd at the 2010 C-USA Championship.

Round Avg 75.4

Low Rd 68

Top 20 Finish 1

CORY GAYLORD r-Sophomore • 1L 6-1 • 190 Memphis, Tenn. Houston HS Major: Sport & Leisure Management

2011-12 - R-Freshman SPRING 2012: Competed in two events as an individual, first turning in a 26th-place showing at the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate Individual Tournament ... Posted scores of 7886-81 to finish tied for 63rd while playing as an individual in the Memphis Intercollegiate. FALL 2011: Finished the fall with a scoring average of 73.3 and a low round of 68 ... Made a strong collegiate debut at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate while competing as an individual ... Posted rounds of 68-69-68 to finish third in the event ... Helped Memphis to a fifth-place finish at the Mason Rudolph Championship with scores of 72-76-69 and a 28th-place individual showing ... Posted a tournament-total of 238 in the Wolfpack Intercollegiate as the Tigers claimed the team title. 2010-11 - Freshman Redshirted. Prior to Memphis A four-year team captain for coaches Kevin Gaylord and Steve Bell at Houston High School ... A four-time all-region selection and a two-time state champion during his prep career ... Shot a career-low 71-67 at the 2007 Tennessee State Championships ... A multisport athlete at Houston High, where he also earned two letters on the soccer team ... Led the Mustangs to a 2008 soccer state runnerup finish.

2009-10 - R-Freshman SPRING 2010: Finished the season with a 74.2 scoring average and a low round of 69 in the second round of the Sam Hall Intercollegiate ... Qualified for the Desert Shootout, posting scores of 73-74-77 to finish tied for 61st in his spring debut ... Rounds of 75-76 helped Memphis defeat Mississippi State in a headto-head match ... Turned in rounds of 7373-75 to help Memphis place second at the

Cox’s Career Stats Total 1st 2nd 3rd Tourn. Round Low Top 20 Year Tourn Rds Strokes Rd Avg Rd Avg Rd Avg Avg Avg Rd Finish 2009-10 9 25 1,854 73.8 73.7 75.3 222.7 74.2 69 3 2010-11 7 21 1,559 73.9 72.4 76.4 222.7 74.2 66 3 2011-12 1 3 233 77.0 81.0 75.0 233.0 77.7 75 0 Total 17 49 3,646 74.9 75.7 75.6 226.1 74.4 66 6

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Personal Son of Kevin and Rika Gaylord ... Born in Memphis, Tenn. ... Was a member of many academic clubs while in high school, including the National Honor Society, the BETA club and TEAMS Engineering.

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2011-12 - R-Junior SPRING 2012: Played in the Memphis FALL 2009: Had the second-lowest scoring Intercollegiate as an individual, finishing in a average on the team at 73.2 strokes per round ... Made his Tigers debut at the Sam tie for 36th with scores of 77-81-75. Hall Intercollegiate, firing rounds of 69-72-71 to finish in a tie for 17th ... Posted rounds of FALL 2011: Did not compete. 76-71 to finish in a tie for 52nd at the Mason Rudolph Championship ... Competed as an 2010-11 - R-Sophomore SPRING 2011: Finished the year with a individual in the Memphis Intercollegiate, 74.2 scoring average in 21 rounds played ... posting rounds of 76-72-71 to earn a careerCompeted in the first three events ... Started low fourth-place finish ... Carded scores of 75with a 59th-place finish behind rounds of 75-77 to finish tied for 37th at the St. Mary’s 81-75-73 at the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate College Invitational. ... Fired the second-lowest round of his collegiate career (68) in the second round 2008-09 - Freshman of the Louisiana Classics en route to a ninth- Redshirted. place finish ... Tournament total of 215 was his second-lowest of the season ... Finished Prior to Memphis 63rd with scores of 78-77-78 in the Linger The sixth-ranked golfer in the 2008 class, according to Junior Golf Scoreboard ... Longer Invitational. Finished in the top-10 at the 2008 Tennessee FALL 2010: Posted scores of 74-66-76 en AAA State Championships ... Qualified for the route to a tie for 31st at the season-opening 2006 and 2007 Optimist International Junior Sam Hall Intercollegiate ... Finished in a tie for Championships and the 2007 Tennessee 17th with rounds of 68-73-73 while helping Men’s State Open Championship. Memphis win its first team title since 2008 at the Mason Rudolph Championship ... Personal Competed as an individual at the Memphis Born on Jan. 6 ... Son of Elmo and Sheila Cox. Intercollegiate and finished in a tie for eighth with scores of 71-71-79.

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Freshman • HS 6-0 • 175 Hot Springs, Ark. Lakeside HS Major: Undeclared

Prior to Memphis Three-time all-state selection while at Lakeside High School in Hot Springs, Ark. ... Won the USJGT Tournament three times ... Finished eighth at the 2010 Bubba Conlee National Junior Invitational ... Finished 17th at the 2011 AJGA Hunter Mahan Invitational and 23rd at the 2011 AJGA Signsational Junior Invitational ... Also played varsity basketball ... Chose Memphis over Houston and Ole Miss.

ALEX HOFFMAN r-Sophomore • 1L 5-11 • 150 Myersville, Md. Middletown HS

Major: Interdisciplinary Studies

2011-12 - R-Freshman SPRING 2012: Finished in a tie for 81st with scores of 84-79-76 at the Louisiana Classics ... Played as an individual in the Memphis Intercollegiate and turned in rounds of 7582-79 for a 45th-place finish. FALL 2011: Made his collegiate debut at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate ... Fired rounds of 7267-72 to finish in a tie for 14th and help lead Memphis to a fourth-place finish ... Played the following week in the Mason Rudolph Championship and posted scores of 74-72-71 to finish tied for 28th. 2010-11 - Freshman Redshirted. Prior to Memphis Ranked 42nd nationally in the 2010 class by Golfweek Magazine ... A fouryear letterwinner for Coach Jason Avd at Middletown High School ... Two-year all-state selection, four-year all-area pick and four-year all-region honoree during his prep career ... Won one team and two individual state titles with the Knights ... Led the Knights to a 10-3 record as a senior ... Posted two

top-five AJGA finishes as a junior golfer ... place showing at the C-USA Championships ... Also served as a small forward on the Knights’ Posted scores of 78-75-76 to help Memphis basketball team. to an 11th-place finish in the NCAA CentralIndiana Regional. Personal Son of Bill Hoffman and Mandie Weller ... FALL 2010: Made his fall debut at the Sam Born in Hagerstown, Md. ... Father Bill, is Hall Intercollegiate, posting rounds of 74a PGA Assistant Golf Pro ... Enjoys fishing, 71-72 to finish in a tie for 40th ... Finished riding four-wheelers and hanging out in his 20th with scores of 75-74-75 at the Memphis spare time. Intercollegiate.

LEXUS KEONINH Senior • 3L 5-10 • 170 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Oakland HS

Major: Business Economics

2011-12 - Junior SPRING 2012: Played as an individual in the Memphis Intercollegiate, firing rounds of 78-78-79 to finish in a tie for 44th ... Also served as the team’s alternate for the C-USA Championships and NCAA Regional.

2009-10 - Freshman SPRING 2010: Made his spring debut with scores of 76-77-71 at the Louisiana Classics ... Performance landed him in a tie for 40th and helped lead Memphis to a fifth-place team showing ... Qualified for the Desert Shootout and turned in scores of 78-76-75 to finish in a tie for 81st ... Rounds of 82-77 helped Memphis defeat Mississippi State in a 36-hole head-to-head match ... Turned in his second top-20 performance at the UK Bluegrass Invitational, finishing in a tie for 17th and helping Memphis to a second-place team finish ... Placed 41st with rounds of 7379-78 at the 2010 C-USA Championships.

FALL 2009: Competed in four events ... Carried a 75.8 scoring average with a low round of 72 ... Fired rounds of 74-72 in the first two rounds of the Golfweek Conference Challenge before struggling to a final round 84 that left him in 61st position ... Fired rounds of 75-72 to finish 51st at the Mason Rudolph Championship ... Had his best showing of the fall at the Memphis Intercollegiate, where he fired rounds of 76-73-74 to finish 14th and led Memphis to a seventh-place team finish ... Finished the fall with a 35th-place showing at the St. Mary’s College Invitational, where 2010-11 - Sophomore SPRING 2011: Finished the season with a he posted rounds of 78-73-81. scoring average of 74.3 in 17 rounds played ... First competition was the BancorpSouth Prior to Memphis Intercollegiate, where he posted scores of Rated as one of the top players in the 2009 76-78 en route to a 60th-place finish in the class in the state of Tennessee ... Consistently rain-shortened event ... Turned in his lowest ranked in top-100 nationally by the Junior spring finish (22nd) behind rounds of 73- Golf Scoreboard ... Finished in the top-20 in 70-75 at the River Landing Intercollegiate ... the 2009 Tennessee State Open, competing Performance helped Memphis to a season- against golfers of all ages ... Also finished best tournament total of 848 ... Fired rounds third at the 2009 Tennessee AAA State of 72-78-71 to lead Memphis to a second- Championships ... Won the 2008 Rutherford County Open by shooting scores of 66-73 ... FALL 2011: Played in two events, placing in the top-20 both times ... Finished the fall with a 72.2 scoring average and a low round of 70 ... Started the season at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate with rounds of 72-74-72 to finish in a tie for 19th and help Memphis to a fourth-place team finish ... Posted back-toback 70s in the second and third rounds of the Wolfpack Intercollegiate en route to a sixth-place individual finish and a tournament championship for Memphis.

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Tourn 4

Rds 12

Total Strokes 896

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1st Rd Avg 75.0

2nd Rd Avg 74.3

3rd Rd Avg 74.8

Tourn. Avg 224.0

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Keoninh’s Career Stats Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Total

Tourn 10 6 3 19

Rds 28 17 9 54

Total Strokes 2,111 1,263 668 4,042

1st Rd Avg 75.8 74.7 75.0 75.2

2nd Rd Avg 74.2 74.3 74.0 74.2

3rd Rd Avg 76.1 73.8 73.7 74.5

Tourn. Avg 226.1 222.8 222.7 223.9

Round Avg 75.4 74.3 74.2 74.8

Low Rd 69 70 70 69

Top 20 Finish 3 1 1 5

compete in all nine events as Memphis made its run to the NCAA Championships ... Held a 74.3 scoring average ... Spring low finish came at the Gator Invitational, where he led the Tigers with scores of 72-70-73 to finish ninth individually ... Helped the Tigers claim first Conference USA Championship title in school history with scores of 73-82-76 at Texarkana Country Club ... Posted rounds of 76-76-73 at the Club at Olde Stone to help the Tigers advance out of the NCAA Bowling Green Regional. FALL 2011: One of only three Tigers to compete in all four events, posting a low finish of 10th and a low round of 68 ... Started the season with scores of 75-68-69 to finish 19th at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate ... Recovered from an opening round 79 in the Mason Rudolph Championship by turning in scores of 74-69 on the last two days to finish 45th ... Helped Memphis to a team championship at the Wolfpack Intercollegiate by firings rounds of 71-73-72 to finish 10th individually ... Closed out the fall with a 15th-place showing at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate. 2010-11 - Sophomore SPRING 2011: Closed out the season with a 74.0 scoring average in 35 rounds played ... One of only three Memphis golfers to compete in all 13 events ... Started the spring

Prior to Memphis Ranked as the 139th-best player in the country in the 2009 class by Junior Golf Scoreboard ... Won both the 2008 Tennessee Schoolboys Championship and the 2008 USJGT Nashville Spring Open ... Finished third at both the 2008 Bubba Conlee National Junior, and the 2008 Belle Meade Junior ... Also placed in the top-10 at the 2008 Tennessee State AAA High School Championship ... Won the 2009 Bubba Conlee National Junior.

FALL 2010: Posted scores of 74-72-75 to finish Personal in a tie for 58th at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate Born on May 3 ... Son of Dana and Leslie Lee. ... Turned a one-over-par 54-hole total of 214 (71-70-73) en route to helping Memphis to GRANT MILNER its first title since 2008 at the Mason Rudolph Championship ... Tied teammate Jack Belote r-Junior • 2L for 19th position with rounds of 73-73-70 5-10 • 160 at the Wolfpack Intercollegiate ... Finished Knoxville, Tenn. in a tie for 32nd with rounds of 74-73-74 The Webb School at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate ... Major: Journalism-News Competed as an individual in the Memphis Intercollegiate, firing scores of 76-76-82. 2009-10 - Freshman SPRING 2010: Finished tied for 52nd with rounds of 81-72-75 at the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate ... Led Memphis to a fifthplace showing at the Louisiana Classics with scores of 73-74-69 ... Finished tied for seventh individually at the event ... Posted a 37th-place finish with rounds of 74-69-76 at the Desert Shootout ... Suffered a broken arm, which forced him to miss the final four events of the 2009-10 season.

2011-12 - R-Sophomore SPRING 2012: Played in all but one tournament as Memphis made its run to the NCAA Championships ... Best performance came at the Louisiana Classics, where he posted scores of 69-70-75 to finish in a tie for 10th ... Also had a strong showing at the Memphis Intercollegiate with a 15th-place finish on the heels of rounds of 78-77-70 ... Helped Memphis to its first Conference USA Championship title with rounds of 69-

Lee’s Career Stats Total 1st 2nd 3rd Tourn. Round Low Top 20 Year Tourn Rds Strokes Rd Avg Rd Avg Rd Avg Avg Avg Rd Finish 2009-10 6 18 1,332 74.7 73.7 73.7 222.0 74.0 68 2 2010-11 12 35 2,590 74.0 74.1 73.9 222.0 74.0 69 5 2011-12 13 38 2,823 75.6 74.1 73.2 222.8 74.3 68 4 Total 31 91 6,745 74.7 73.9 73.6 222.1 74.1 68 11

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Also qualified for the prestigious Callaway strong with a team-best, ninth-place finish Junior World Championships in San Diego. behind scores of 73-75-71 in the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate ... Finished 30th with rounds of Personal 75-77-70 at the Louisiana Classics ... Carded a Born Sept. 30 in Murfreesboro, Tenn. ... Son 54-hole total of 228 (77-73-78) to finish 48th of Le and Phoutsaphone Keoninh. at the Linger Longer Invitational ... Posted rounds of 77-78 to finish 62nd in the rainshortened BancorpSouth Intercollegiate ... STEVE LEE Carded his lowest round of the spring (69) to finish 11th at the River Landing Intercollegiate Senior • 3L and help Memphis to its lowest tournament 5-11 • 150 total (848) of the season ... Tied for 19th place Hendersonville, Tenn. (71-73-75) with teammate Jack Belote at the Hendersonville HS C-USA Championships ... Performance helped Major: Physics Memphis to a second-place team finish ... Fired rounds of 78-75-75 to help the Tigers to an 11th-place finish at the NCAA Central2011-12 - Junior SPRING 2012: One of only three Tigers to Indiana Regional.

FALL 2009: Carried a scoring average of 74.3, with a low round of 71 coming in the second round of the Memphis Intercollegiate ... Made his collegiate debut at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate, carding rounds of 68-73-72 to finish in a tie for 21st and lead Memphis to a tie for second place ... Competed as an individual in the Memphis Intercollegiate, firing rounds of 76-71-73 to post a careerbest finish of seventh ... With his Memphis Intercollegiate performance, earned a spot in the top-five for the St. Mary’s College Invitational, where he fired rounds of 76-8377 to finish 77th.

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Pearson’s Career Stats Year 2012

Tourn 8

Rds 23

Total Strokes 1,711

1st Rd Avg 74.6

2nd Rd Avg 74.1

FALL 2011: Played in one tournament, Prior to Memphis posting scores of 80-74-77 to finish in a tie for Named the 2008 Knoxville News Sentinel 56th at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate. Golfer of the Year ... Ranked as the 79th-best player in the country in the 2009 class by 2010-11 - R-Freshman Junior Golf Scoreboard ... Held a 2008 high SPRING 2011: One of only three Tigers to school scoring average of 70.8 ... Finished fifth compete in all 12 tournaments ... Held a in both the 2008 Tennessee State High School 74.1 scoring average in 35 rounds played ... Championship and the 2008 Tennessee Junior Started the spring with a 41st-place showing Amateur ... Also finished fourth in the 2008 behind rounds of 77-75-73 at the Mobile Bay AJGA Stanford Financial Junior in Memphis. Intercollegiate ... Finished 51st with a 54-hole total of 226 in the Louisiana Classics ... Posted Personal scores of 77-74-72 en route to a 28th-place Born on Mar. 29 in Knoxville, Tenn. ... Son of finish in the Linger Longer Invitational ... Fired Cindy Briggs and John Milner. his best round of the season (67) en route to a 35th-place finish at the BancorpSouth WILL PEARSON Intercollegiate ... Turned in the best finish of his career (14th) behind scores of 70Junior • 1L 74-70 at the River Landing Intercollegiate 5-11 • 185 ... Performance helped Memphis to a Memphis, Tenn. tournament total of 848, its season low Arkansas ... Fired rounds of 71-78-73 to finish 30th Major: Marketing individually and help Memphis to a secondManagement place finish at the C-USA Championship … Tied for 53rd with scores of 75-75-78 at the 2011-12 Sophomore NCAA Central-Indiana Regional. SPRING 2012: Played in eight of nine tournaments after transferring to Memphis FALL 2010: Made his collegiate debut from Arkansas for the spring semester … at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate and fired Fired rounds of 74-73-72 to help the team rounds of 75-68-70 to land in a tie for 20th to a second-place finish at the Mobile Bay ... Finished tied for 41st after three-straight Intercollegiate … Had his best performance 73s at the Mason Rudolph Championship ... of the season with scores of 71-73-72 to Performance helped lead Memphis to its first team title since 2008 ... Tied for 44th at the finish eighth at the National Invitational Wolfpack Intercollegiate with a 54-hole total Tournament … Finished fourth with rounds of 223 (79-71-73) ... Tied with teammate Steve of 72-73-76 at the Memphis Intercollegiate Lee at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate … Took 13th with scores of 72-74-73 at the with rounds of 78-71-72 ... Finished 57th at Conference USA Championship ... Helped the Tigers capture their first C-USA title … Finished the Memphis Intercollegiate. 26th at the NCAA Bowling Green Regional, firing 77-69-76 … Finished 135th with rounds 2009-10 - Freshman of 79-79-74 at the NCAA Championship. Redshirted.

Year 2010-11 2011-12 Total

Tourn 12 10 22

Rds 35 29 64

3rd Rd Avg 74.4

Tourn. Avg 223.2

Round Avg 74.3

Low Rd 69

Top 20 Finish 3

average ... Had two top-20 finishes ... 15 of his 29 rounds counted toward Arkansas’ team score ... Finished 17th at the Cabo Collegiate ... Tied for 37th at the NCAA Southeast Regional ... Tied for 119th at the NCAA Championships ... Tied for 43rd at the Rice Planters Amateur ... Tied for eighth at the WE Cole Cotton States Amateur, advancing to match play where he won three matches ... Tied for 12th at the Tennessee Amateur. Prior to Memphis Standout at Memphis-area Evangelical Christian School ... 2009 and 2010 Rolex AllAmerican Team ... 2010 All-state selection ... Placed second at Southern Junior in 2009 ... Finished second at the Tennessee Division II state championships, leading the Eagles to their second state title ... Named 2008 and 2010 “Best of the Preps” ... Selected the 2007 “Best of the Preps” Golfer of the Year ... Won state individual title as a sophomore in 2007 ... Multiple top-25 finishes in high school and junior events, including third at a 2009 AJGA event at Blessings Golf Club. Personal Born on Mar. 7 in Memphis ... Son of Jamie and Milleigh Pearson.

JOHN LUKE TYNER r-Freshman • HS 5-8 • 150 Collierville, Tenn. Collierville HS Major: Accounting

2011-12 Freshman Redshirted.

2010-11 - Freshman (Arkansas) Prior to Memphis Played 10 tournaments with a 74.76 stroke Highest-ranked player in the state of Tennessee 2011 class, according to Golfweek Magazine and the Junior Golf Scoreboard ... Ranked 92nd-best prospect in the nation, Milner’s Career Stats according to Golfweek ... Shot a final-round, Total 1st 2nd 3rd Tourn. Round Low Top 20 7-under-par 65 to win the 2010 Tennessee Strokes Rd Avg Rd Avg Rd Avg Avg Avg Rd Finish 2,595 75.8 73.4 73.1 222.3 74.1 67 2 State AAA Championship ... Finished second 2,178 76.3 74.6 74.5 225.2 75.1 69 2 in the 2010 Tennessee State Junior Amateur 4,773 76.1 74.0 73.8 223.8 74.5 67 4

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Men’s Bios with scores of 65-71 ... Placed in the top-20 in both the 2010 Southern Junior Amateur and the 2010 AJGA Nashville Junior Championship ... 2011 Southern Amateur qualifier. Personal Born on Oct. 7 in Jackson, Miss. ... Son of Charlie and Angie Tyner.

ERWAN VIEILLEDENT Junior • 1L 6-1 • 165 Mougins, France Shorter University Major: International Business

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2011-12 Sophomore SPRING 2012: Played in one tournament, firing 81-82-82 while competing as an individual in the Memphis Intercollegiate. FALL 2011: Competed in two events after transferring from Shorter University ... Posted scores of 76-74-75 to finish 55th at the Mason Rudolph Championship ... 54-hole score of 227 at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate earned him a 40th-place finish. Prior to Memphis Joined the Tigers golf program after spending one season at Shorter University in Rome, Ga. ... Competed in 10 tournaments for Shorter, carring a 75.2 scoring average and posting four top-10 finishes ... A member of the French National Team prior to coming to the United States ... Advanced to the final 16 of the 2009 British Boys Championship ... Placed second in the 2008 French Junior Championship and 17th in the 2009 French Amateur. Personal Born on Aug. 27 in Cannes, France ... Son of Thieuy Vieilledent.

Vieilledent’s Career Stats Year 2011-12

Tourn 3

Rds 9

Total Strokes 697

1st Rd Avg 78.7

2nd Rd Avg 76.0

3rd Rd Avg 77.7

Tourn. Avg 232.3

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Round Avg 77.4

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Low Rd 72

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts 2011-12 Review/Results

The 2011-12 campaign was Robbins best to date in the Bluff City, and the results proved it. Last season, the Tigers were impressive on the links with 11 top-five showings, the most in the last 30 years. The Tigers placed first at the Conference USA Championships and Wolfpack Intercollegiate and finished second at their own Memphis Intercollegiate. The C-USA Championships crown

was the program’s first and also the Tigers’ first conference title since Memphis claimed the 1992 Great Midwest Conference (GMC) crown. The 2012 C-USA Championships title also was the program’s fourth overall crown. After a fifth-place showing at the NCAA Bowling Green Regional, the Tigers advanced to their first NCAA Championships since the 1987-88 season.

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2011-12 Team Results FALL 2011 Sept. 12-13 Sept. 23-25 Oct. 3-4 Oct. 14-16 SPRING 2012 Feb. 11-12 Feb. 20-21 March 5-6 March 16-17 April 2-3 April 9-10 April 22-24 May 17-19 May 29-31

TOURNAMENT Sam Hall Intercollegiate Mason Rudolph Championship Wolfpack Intercollegiate Bank of Tennessee TOURNAMENT Gator Invitational Mobile Bay Intercollegiate Louisiana Classics National Invitational Tournament BancorpSouth Intercollegiate Memphis Intercollegiate Conference USA Championship NCAA Bowling Green Regional NCAA Championship

1ST RD 287 288 288 298 1ST RD 293 295 284 297 285 296 282 295 299

2ND RD 277 292 283 289 2ND RD 294 282 283 282 286 303 289 287 302

3RD RD 281 276 290 298 3RD RD 305 282 299 292 - 294 288 294 300

TOTAL 845 856 861 885

PLACE TEAMS PAR 4 15 -7 5 14 +4 1 16 +9 5 15 +21

TOTAL 892 859 866 871 571 893 859 876 901

PLACE TEAMS PAR 11 14 +52 2 15 -5 5 15 +2 5 12 +7 T4 16 -5 2 12 +29 1 11 -5 5 14 +12 28 30 +49

2011-12 Individual Totals TOURN.

GOLFER Jack Belote Carlson Cox Jonathan Fly Cory Gaylord Alex Hoffman Lexus Keoninh Steve Lee Grant Milner Will Pearson Erwan Vieilledent

ROUND LOW TOP-20 RDS STROKES AVERAGE AVERAGE RD FINISH TOURN. 13 38 2,768 218.6 72.9 67 8 1 3 233 233.0 77.7 75 0 13 38 2,743 216.7 72.2 65 9 4 12 905 226.3 75.4 68 1 4 12 896 224.0 74.7 67 1 3 9 668 222.7 74.2 70 1 13 38 2,823 222.8 74.3 68 4 10 29 2,178 225.2 75.1 69 2 8 23 1,711 223.2 74.4 69 3 3 9 697 232.3 77.4 72 0

2011-12 C-USA A wa r d s Golfer of the Year: Harold Varner, East Carolina Freshman of the Year: Martin Simonsen, UTEP Newcomer of the Year: Ricardo Gouveia, UCF Coach of the Year: Grant Robbins, Memphis All-Conference USA First Team Harold Varner, East Carolina Jack Belote, Memphis Jonathan Fly, Memphis Ricardo Gouveia, UCF Brad Schneider, UCF All-Conference USA Second Team Adam Stephenson, East Carolina Max Buckley, SMU Greg Eason, UCF Jose Joia, UCF Martin Simonsen, UTEP Conference USA All-Freshman Team Roman Robledo, Houston Sam Fidone, SMU Matt Mabrey, Tulsa Paul Dunne, UAB Martin Simonsen, UTEP 2012 C-USA Men’s Golf All-Academic Team James Ross, Houston Bosten Miller, Marshall Jack Belote, Memphis Chris Worrell, Tulsa Thomas Sutton, UAB

2011-12 Individual Results FALL 2011 Jack Belote Jonathan Fly Cory Gaylord Alex Hoffman Lexus Keoninh Steve Lee Grant Milner Erwan Vieilledent

SAM HALL (T23) 74-69-71=214 (T14) 69-73-69=211 (T3) 68-69-68=205 (T14) 72-67-72=211 (T41) 72-74-72=218 (T19) 75-68-69=212 DNP DNP

SPRING 2012 GATOR INV. Jack Belote (T68) 75-78-81=234 Carlson Cox DNP Jonathan Fly (T44) 74-68-83=225 Cory Gaylord DNP Alex Hoffman DNP Lexus Keoninh DNP Steve Lee (T9) 72-70-73=215 Grant Milner (T35) 72-78-73=223 Will Pearson (71) 80-79-78=237 Erwan Vieilledent DNP

MASON RUDOLPH (T22) 70-72-74=216 (T14) 72-74-67=213 (T28) 72-76-69=217 (T28) 74-72-71=217 DNP (T45) 79-74-69=222 DNP (T55) 76-74-75=225

WOLFPACK (2) 69-70-72=211 (T30) 76-70-76=222 (89) 73-82-83=238 DNP (T6) 75-70-70=215 (T10) 71-73-72=216 DNP DNP

BANK OF TENN. (T33) 73-77-75=225 (T3) 74-69-73=216 DNP DNP DNP (T15) 72-74-74=220 (T56) 80-74-77=231 (T40) 79-72-76=227

MOBILE BAY LA. CLASSICS NIT BANCORP MEMPHIS C-USA NCAA REGIONAL NCAA CHAMP (T3) 70-75-68=213 (T6) 67-73-73=213 (T8) 72-69-75=216 (T14) 72-71=143 (T18) 71-76-80=227 (T2) 68-71-70=209 (T19) 74-71-75=220 (T105) 79-76-72=227 DNP DNP DNP DNP (T36) 77-81-75=233 (T3) 75-65-73=213 (T23) 74-70-74=218 (T3) 73-69-72=214 (1) 68-68=136 (T18) 75-77-75=227 (T5) 69-73-72=214 (T3) 68-73-70=211 (T69) 71-71-81=223 DNP DNP DNP DNP (T63) 78-86-81=245 DNP DNP DNP DNP (T81) 79-76-77=232 DNP DNP (T45) 75-82-79=236 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP (44) 78-78-79=235 DNP DNP DNP (T29) 78-72-71=221 (T51) 74-70-79=223 (T46) 82-73-73=228 (T58) 77-74=151 (T33) 78-81-73=232 (45) 73-82-76=231 (T39) 76-76-73=225 (T105) 76-76-75=227 (T22) 76-72-71=219 (T10) 69-70-75=214 (T43) 81-71-75=227 (T49) 73-76=149 (T15) 78-77-70=225 (T24) 78-71-73=222 (T57) 83-74-76=233 (T148) 73-83-79=235 (T22) 74-73-72=219 DNP (T8) 71-73-72=216 (T26) 72-73=145 (T4) 72-73-76=221 (T13) 72-74-73=219 (T26) 77-69-76=222 (T135) 79-79-74=232 DNP DNP DNP DNP (T63) 81-82-82=245 DNP DNP DNP

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts S a m H a l l I n t e r c o l l e g i at e Hattiesburg Country Club Hattiesburg, Miss. Sept. 12-13, 2011 Par 71 • 6,850 Yards Team To Par 1. UAB -16 2. South Alabama -11 3. La-Lafayette -8 4. Memphis -7 5. Mississippi -6 6. Miss. State -2 7. Southern Miss +8 8. Louisiana Tech +9 9. Sam Houston St. +10 10. UALR +13 11. SE Louisiana +14 12. Arkansas State +15 13. La-Monroe +30 14. Rice +36 15. McNeese State +47

Rd. 1 285 278 286 287 276 287 287 292 282 285 291 295 299 297 299

Rd. 2 278 282 276 277 282 284 284 282 291 288 287 287 295 292 298

Rd. 3 273 281 282 281 288 279 289 287 289 292 288 285 288 299 302

Total 836 841 844 845 846 850 860 861 862 865 866 867 882 888 899

(-9) 69-64-71 - 204 (-9) 69-69-66 - 204 (-8) 67-70-68 - 205 (-8) 68-69-68 - 205 (-7) 68-69-69 - 206 (-6) 70-65-72 - 207 (-6) 73-65-69 - 207 (-4) 72-70-67 - 209 (-4) 67-71-71 - 209 (-3) 70-70-70 - 210 (-3) 70-68-72 - 210 (-3) 70-71-69 - 210 (-3) 71-69-70 - 210

Memphis T3. Cory Gaylord (Ind.) T14. Jonathan Fly T14. Alex Hoffman T19. Steve Lee T23. Jack Belote T41. Lexus Keoninh

(-8) 68-69-68 - 205 (-2) 69-73-69 - 211 (-2) 72-67-72 - 211 (-1) 75-68-69 - 212 (+1) 74-69-71 - 214 (+5) 72-74-72 - 218

Mason Rudolph Championship Vanderbilt Legends Club Nashville, Tenn. Sept. 23-25, 2011 Par 71 • 7,100 Yards Team To Par 1. Middle Tenn. -8 2. Mississippi -7 3. Ga. Southern -4 4. Oklahoma -1 5. Memphis +4 6. Davidson +6 7. C of Charleston +7 8. Vanderbilt +13 9. Akron +14 10. Samford +21 11. South Carolina +25 T12. Western Carolina +44 T12. Georgia State +44 14. Belmont +45

Rd. 1 285 290 284 285 288 288 289 292 293 293 291 306 301 293

Individual Top 10 1. Hunter Green, Middle Tenn. 2. John Skeadas, Davidson T3. Billy Brozovich, Mississippi T3. Joe David, Mississippi 5. Lewis Gruber, Ga. Southern

Rd. 2 280 275 283 279 292 284 285 293 280 293 298 301 295 310

Rd. 3 279 280 281 287 276 286 285 280 293 287 288 289 300 294

Total 844 845 848 851 856 858 859 865 866 873 877 896 896 897

(-8) 70-68-67 - 205 (-6) 71-66-70 - 207 (-5) 73-68-67 - 208 (-5) 69-68-71 - 208 (-4) 70-71-68 - 209

Charlie Bull, Akron Scott Wolfes, Ga. Southern Paul Sansom, Middle Tenn. Hunter Stewart, Vanderbilt Brett Patterson, Middle Tenn. Joe Lewis, Mississippi Riley Pumphrey, Oklahoma Abraham Ancer, Oklahoma

Memphis T14. Jonathan Fly T22. Jack Belote T28. Cory Gaylord T28. Alex Hoffman T45. Steve Lee T55. Erwan Vieilledent (Ind.)

(-3) 71-66-73 - 210 (-3) 69-71-70 - 210 (-2) 72-70-69 - 211 (-1) 74-72-66 - 212 (-1) 72-71-69 - 212 (-1) 75-68-69 - 212 (-1) 73-69-70 - 212 (-1) 73-68-71 - 212 (E) 72-74-67 - 213 (+3) 70-72-74 - 216 (+4) 72-76-69 - 217 (+4) 74-72-71 - 217 (+9) 79-74-69 - 222 (+12) 76-74-75 - 225

W o l f pac k I n t e r c o l l e g i at e Lonnie Poole G.C. Raleigh, N.C. Oct. 3-4, 2011 Par 71 • 7,358 Yards Team To Par 1. Memphis +9 2. UNCG +11 3. La-Lafayette +14 T4. East Carolina +18 T4. Campbell +18 6. Richmond +26 7. N.C. State +35 8. Elon +36 9. Minnesota +37 10. Davidson +38 11. Texas State +40 12. Penn State +41 13. Western Carolina +47 14. Seton Hall +50 15. Boston College +60 16. James Madison +63

Rd. 1 288 295 289 295 292 294 296 297 298 298 302 297 291 295 315 305

Individual Top 10 1. Robert Hoadley, UNCG 2. Jack Belote, Memphis 3. Philipp Fendt, La-Lafayette T4. Harold Varner, East Carolina T4. Chris Weninger, La-Lafayette T6. Vaita Guillaume, Campbell T6. Lexus Keoninh, Memphis T6. J.T. Poston, Western Carolina T6. Adam Stephenson, East Carolina T10. Graham Baillargeon, N.C. State T10. Steve Lee, Memphis T10. Amanjyot Singh, Campbell T10. John Somers, Elon Memphis 2. Jack Belote T6. Lexus Keoninh T10. Steve Lee T30. Jonathan Fly 89. Cory Gaylord

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of

Rd. 2 283 281 285 282 283 293 288 298 296 290 296 302 296 294 306 304

Rd. 3 290 287 292 293 295 291 303 293 295 302 294 294 312 313 291 306

Total 861 863 866 870 870 878 887 888 889 890 892 893 899 902 912 915

(-4) 69-68-72 - 209 (-2) 69-70-72 - 211 (E) 71-70-72 - 213 (+1) 71-68-75 - 214 (+1) 70-71-73 - 214 (+2) 74-70-71 - 215 (+2) 75-70-70 - 215 (+2) 68-70-77 - 215 (+2) 76-71-68 - 215 (+3) 68-72-76 - 216 (+3) 71-73-72 - 216 (+3) 74-70-72 - 216 (+3) 78-71-67 - 216 (-2) 69-70-72 - 211 (+2) 75-70-70 - 215 (+3) 71-73-72 - 216 (+9) 76-70-76 - 222 (+25) 73-82-83 - 238

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Blackthorn Club at the Ridges Jonesborough, Tenn. Oct. 14-16, 2011 Par 72 • 7,147 Yards Team 1. Kent State 2. Virginia 3. Wake Forest 4. N.C. State 5. Memphis 6. Clemson

University of Memphis

To Par +5 +12 +15 +18 +21 +22

Rd. 1 303 295 304 287 298 313

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Rd. 2 288 291 286 296 289 281

Rd. 3 278 290 289 299 298 292

Total 869 876 879 882 885 886

7. Missouri 8. UNCW 9. East Tenn. St. 10. Tennessee 11. Virginia Tech T12. Villanova T12. Louisville 14. Toledo 15. Army

+27 +28 +30 +33 +46 +48 +48 +52 +94

296 296 313 298 310 310 303 308 313

Individual Top 10 T1. Jace Long, Missouri T1. Mark McMillen, N.C. State T3. Trevor Cone, Virginia Tech T3. Corey Connors, Kent State T3. Jonathan Fly, Memphis T6. Thomas Bass, UNCW T6. Evan Beck, Wake Forest T6. Denny McCarthy, Virginia T10. Payne McLeod, UNCW T10. Kyle Kmiecik, Kent State T10. Kevin Miller, Kent State T10. Taylor Pendrith, Kent State T10. Ben Kohles, Virginia Memphis T3. Jonathan Fly T15. Steve Lee T33. Jack Belote T40. Erwan Vieilledent T56. Grant Milner

299 306 290 298 307 298 309 301 321

296 290 291 301 293 304 300 307 324

891 892 894 897 910 912 912 916 958

(-2) 71-72-71 - 214 (-2) 68-72-74 - 214 (E) 74-72-70 - 216 (E) 75-71-70 - 216 (E) 74-69-73 - 216 (+2) 74-72-72 - 218 (+2) 75-71-72 - 218 (+2) 71-72-75 - 218 (+3) 75-72-72 - 219 (+3) 76-76-67 - 219 (+3) 76-73-70 - 219 (+3) 76-72-71 - 219 (+3) 79-70-70 - 219 (E) 74-69-73 - 216 (+4) 72-74-74 - 220 (+9) 73-77-75 - 225 (+11) 79-72-76 - 227 (+15) 80-74-77 - 231

Gator Invitational Mark Bostick Golf Course Gainesville, Fla. Feb. 11-12, 2012 Par 70 • 6,701 Yards Team To Par 1. Auburn +8 2. Arkansas +24 3. Florida +25 4. UCF +31 5. Florida State +33 6. Liberty +38 7. UAB +42 8. North Florida +43 9. Miss. State +45 10. Ga. Southern +48 11. Memphis +52 12. Kennesaw State +60 13. South Alabama +62 14. Jacksonville +80

Rd. 1 279 288 278 291 285 290 294 290 287 293 293 290 300 313

Individual Top 10 1. Dominic Bozzelli, Auburn 2. TJ Vogel, Florida T3. Blayne Barber, Auburn T3. Chase Seifert, Florida State T3. Ethan Tracy, Arkansas T6. Ricardo Gouveia, UCF T6. Sean Dale, North Florida T6. Niclas Carlsson, Auburn T9. Michael Hebert, Auburn T9. Sebastian Cappelen, Arkansas T9. Robert Karlsson, Liberty T9. Steve Lee, Memphis Memphis T9. Steve Lee T35. Grant Milner T44. Jonathan Fly T68. Jack Belote 71. Will Pearson

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Rd. 2 281 289 287 291 293 288 292 302 300 297 294 311 296 312

Rd. 3 288 287 300 289 295 300 296 291 298 298 305 299 306 295

Total 848 864 865 871 873 878 882 883 885 888 892 900 902 920

(-8) 68-64-70 - 202 (-3) 66-71-70 - 207 (+3) 69-72-72 - 213 (+3) 68-71-74 - 213 (+3) 69-72-72 - 213 (+4) 71-70-73 - 214 (+4) 72-72-70 - 214 (+4) 68-73-73 - 214 (+5) 70-70-75 - 215 (+5) 72-70-73 - 215 (+5) 69-72-74 - 215 (+5) 72-70-73 - 215 (+5) 72-70-73 - 215 (+13) 72-78-73 - 223 (+15) 74-68-83 - 225 (+24) 75-78-81 - 234 (+27) 80-79-78 - 237

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Individual Top 10 T1. Blake Kelley, South Alabama T1. Jason Shufflebottam, UAB T3. Andrew Noto, La-Lafayette T3. Cory Gaylord, Memphis 5. Joe David, Mississippi T6. Chad Ramey, Mississippi State T6. Zach Estep, Southern Miss T8. Thomas Sutton, UAB T8. Tyler Klava, South Alabama T10. Nicklaus Benton, UALR T10. Kevin Brady, Southern Miss T10. Chris Weninger, La-Lafayette T10. Hunter Hawkins, UAB

T6. T6. 8. T9. T9. T9. T9. T9.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts 2011-12 Results M o b i l e B ay I n t e r c o l l e g i a t e Magnolia Grove Golf Course Mobile, Ala. Feb. 20-21, 2012 Par 72 • 7,212 Yards

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Team 1. Middle Tenn. 2. Memphis 3. Wake Forest 4. Illinois 5. Vanderbilt 6. South Alabama 7. Miss. State 8. Mercer T9. La-Lafayette T9. Kentucky 11. Southern Miss 12. Illinois State 13. Akron 14. Arkansas State 15. Toledo

To Par -6 -5 +1 +2 +3 +5 +10 +11 +15 +15 +24 +35 +36 +41 +43

Rd. 1 288 295 288 290 290 292 293 290 295 299 302 303 301 311 310

Individual Top 10 T1. Lee Bedford, Wake Forest T1. Alex Rowland, Mississippi State T3. Jack Belote, Memphis T3. Jonathan Fly, Memphis T5. Andrew Cho, Middle Tenn. T5. Thomas Pieters, Illinois T7. Charlie Ewing, Vanderbilt T7. Luke Guthrie, Illinois T7. Brad Simons, Middle Tenn. T10. Trey DelGreco, Vanderbilt T10. Charlie Harrison, Wake Forest T10. Lane Hulse, South Alabama T10. David Snyder, Kentucky T10. Hunter Stewart, Vanderbilt Memphis T3. Jack Belote T3. Jonathan Fly T22. Grant Milner T22. Will Pearson T29. Steve Lee

Rd. 2 282 282 287 288 290 283 290 289 293 295 289 297 296 298 298

Rd. 3 288 282 290 288 287 294 291 296 291 285 297 299 303 296 299

Total 858 859 865 866 867 869 874 875 879 879 888 899 900 905 907

(-4) 71-70-71 - 212 (-4) 71-71-70 - 212 (-3) 70-75-68 - 213 (-3) 75-65-73 - 213 (-2) 70-69-75 - 214 (-2) 70-74-70 - 214 (-1) 73-70-72 - 215 (-1) 72-71-72 - 215 (-1) 74-69-72 - 215 (E) 76-71-69 - 216 (E) 72-73-71 - 216 (E) 73-73-70 - 216 (E) 75-73-68 - 216 (E) 68-76-72 - 216 (-3) 70-75-68 - 213 (-3) 75-65-73 - 213 (+3) 76-72-71 - 219 (+3) 74-73-72 - 219 (+5) 78-72-71 - 221

Louisiana Classics Oakbourne Country Club Lafayette, La. Mar. 5-6, 2012 Par 72 • 6,898 Yards Team To Par 1. LSU -17 T2. Tulsa -3 T2. SMU -3 4. Kent State +1 5. Memphis +2 6. La-Lafayette +4 7. SE Louisiana +6 T8. Houston +8 T8. Texas State +8 10. South Alabama +10 11. Illinois +21 12. Southern Miss +22 T13. Kansas +23 T13 .UTSA +23 15. N.C. State +29

Rd. 1 283 290 285 285 284 289 291 288 295 283 287 299 297 294 289

Individual Top 10 1. Andrew Presley, LSU 2. Sang Yi, LSU 3. Philipp Fendt, La-Lafayette T4. Luke Guthrie, Illinois T4. Matt Mabrey, Tulsa T6. Jack Belote, Memphis

Rd. 2 279 284 284 281 283 287 285 290 282 294 297 288 284 293 295

Rd. 3 285 287 292 299 299 292 294 294 295 297 301 299 306 300 309

Total 847 861 861 865 866 868 870 872 872 874 885 886 887 887 893

(-10) 68-68-70 - 206 (-7) 71-67-71 - 209 (-6) 73-68-69 - 210 (-4) 69-71-72 - 212 (-4) 73-68-71 - 212 (-3) 67-73-73 - 213

T6. Juan Carlos Benitez, Texas State T6. James Ross, Houston T6. Rhys West, SE Louisiana T10. Grant Milner, Memphis T10. Ryan Werre, UTSA Memphis T6. Jack Belote T10. Grant Milner T23. Jonathan Fly T51. Steve Lee T81. Alex Hoffman

(-3) 74-67-72 - 213 (-3) 71-69-73 - 213 (-3) 72-68-73 - 213 (-2) 69-70-75 - 214 (-2) 72-70-72 - 214 (-3) 67-73-73 - 213 (-2) 69-70-75 - 214 (+2) 74-70-74 - 218 (+7) 74-70-79 - 223 (+16) 79-76-77- 232

N at i onal I nvitational T our nam ent OMNI Tucson National Phoenix, Ariz. Mar. 16-17, 2012 Par 72 • 7,219 Yards Team 1. San Diego State 2. UNLV 3. SMU 4. BYU 5. Memphis 6. Arizona 7. UTEP 8. N. Colorado 9. Wyoming 10. Hawaii 11. Northern Iowa 12. Army

To Par -5 -4 -1 +5 +7 +18 +27 +34 +39 +41 +52 +82

Rd. 1 282 283 284 284 297 299 303 298 303 309 306 317

Rd. 2 284 290 292 288 282 e288 291 296 293 292 297 315

Rd. 3 293 287 287 297 292 295 297 304 307 304 313 314

Total 859 860 863 869 871 882 891 898 903 905 916 946

Individual Top 10 1. J.J. Spaun, San Diego State 2. Zachary Blair, BYU T3. Jonathan Fly, Memphis T3. Justin Keiley, BYU T3. Kevin Penner, UNLV T3. Marc Sambol, SMU 7. Carl Jonson, UNLV T8. Jack Belote, Memphis T8. Max Buckley, SMU T8. Erik Oja, Arizona T8. Will Pearson, Memphis

(-15) 67-66-68 - 201 (-11) 65-69-71 - 205 (-2) 73-69-72 - 214 (-2) 73-70-71 - 214 (-2) 72-70-72 - 214 (-2) 70-70-74 - 214 (-1) 68-73-74 - 215 (E) 72-69-75 - 216 (E) 69-76-71 - 216 (E) 74-69-73 - 216 (E) 71-73-72 - 216

Memphis T3. Jonathan Fly T8. Jack Belote T8. Will Pearson T43. Grant Milner T46. Steve Lee

(-2) 73-69-72 - 214 (E) 72-69-75 - 216 (E) 71-73-72 - 216 (+11) 81-71-75 - 227 (+12) 82-73-73 - 228

B a n c o r p S o u t h I n t e r c o l l e g i at e Reunion Golf & Country Club Madison, Miss. Apr. 2-3, 2012 Par 72 • 7,416 Yards Team To Par 1. Wichita State -11 2. Central Arkansas -9 3. UCF -7 T4. UAB -5 T4. Memphis -5 T6. Middle Tenn. -2 T6. SE Louisiana -2 8. UMKC +4 9. Mississippi +6 10. Texas-Arlington +7 11. Miss. State +8 12. South Alabama +13 13. UNCG +21 14. Southern Miss +25 15. Francis Marion +26 16. Jackson State +31

University of Memphis

Rd. 1 276 282 280 283 285 285 284 293 285 292 291 291 298 297 304 297

2012

Rd. 2 289 285 289 288 286 289 290 287 297 291 293 298 299 304 298 310

Rd. 3 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

Total 565 567 569 571 571 574 574 580 582 583 584 589 597 601 602 607

Individual Top 10 1. Jonathan Fly, Memphis 2. Brad Schneider, UCF T3. Hunter Hawkins, UAB T3. Austen Moix, Central Arkansas 5. David Morago, Central Arkansas T6. Tyler Gann, Wichita State T6. Calvin Pearson, Wichita State T6. Chad Ramey, Mississippi State T6. Philipp Westermann, SE Louisiana T10. Rafael Becker, Wichita State T10. Louis Cohen Boyer, Wichita State T10. Jordan Jennings, Middle Tenn. T10. Korbin Kuehn, UMKC

(-8) 68-68 - 136 (-6) 68-70 - 138 (-5) 69-70 - 139 (-5) 67-72 - 139 (-4) 67-73 - 140 (-3) 71-70 - 141 (-3) 67-74 - 141 (-3) 72-69 - 141 (-3) 70-71 - 141 (-2) 68-74 - 142 (-2) 70-72 - 142 (-2) 71-71 - 142 (-2) 69-73 - 142

Memphis 1. Jonathan Fly T14. Jack Belote T26. Will Pearson T49. Grant Milner T58. Steve Lee

(-8) 68-68 - 136 (-1) 72-71 - 143 (+1) 72-73 - 145 (+5) 73-76 - 149 (+7) 77-74 - 151

M e m p h i s I n t e r c o l l e g i at e Colonial Country Club Memphis, Tenn. Apr. 9-10, 2012 Par 72 • 7,334 Yards Team To Par 1. Kennesaw State +28 2. Memphis +29 3. Vanderbilt +37 4. Middle Tenn. +39 5. Akron +40 6. UAB +42 7. Louisiana Tech +43 8. Miss. State +46 9. Southern Miss. +58 10. South Alabama +67 11. UALR +79 12. Arkansas State +97

Rd. 1 299 296 311 300 301 298 302 303 309 313 314 322

Individual Top 10 1. Ben Greene, Kennesaw State 2. Travis Wilmore, Louisiana Tech 3. Matt Nagy, Kennesaw State T4. Nicklaus Benton, UALR T4. Adam Hofmann, Vanderbilt T4. Will Pearson, Memphis T7. Hunter Hawkins, UAB T7. Ryan Mason, Akron T9. Charlie Ewing, Vanderbilt T9. Sam Forgan, Louisiana Tech T9. Brett Patterson, Middle Tenn. Memphis T4. Will Pearson T15. Grant Milner T18. Jonathan Fly T18. Jack Belote T33. Steve Lee T36. Carlson Cox (Ind.) 44. Lexus Keoninh (Ind.) T45. Alex Hoffman (Ind.) T63. Erwan Vieilledent (Ind.) T63. Cory Gaylord (Ind.)

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Rd. 2 294 303 288 296 298 303 305 302 304 303 312 324

Rd. 3 299 294 302 307 305 305 300 305 309 315 317 315

Total 892 893 901 903 904 906 907 910 922 931 943 961

(-1) 72-72-71 - 215 (+2) 70-75-73 - 218 (+4) 76-69-75 - 220 (+5) 71-72-78 - 221 (+5) 80-68-73 - 221 (+5) 72-73-76 - 221 (+6) 72-77-73 - 222 (+6) 71-73-78 - 222 (+7) 80-71-72 - 223 (+7) 73-78-72 - 223 (+7) 75-76-72 - 223 (+5) 72-73-76 - 221 (+9) 78-77-70 - 225 (+11) 75-77-75 - 227 (+11) 71-76-80 - 227 (+16) 78-81-73 - 232 (+17) 77-81-75 - 233 (+19) 78-78-79 - 235 (+20) 75-82-79 - 236 (+29) 81-82-82 - 245 (+29) 78-86-81 - 245

2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Memphis T3. Jonathan Fly T19. Jack Belote T26. Will Pearson T39. Steve Lee T57. Grant Milner

C - USA C h a m p i o n s h i p Texarkana Country Club Texarkana, Ark. Apr. 22-24, 2012 Par 72 • 6,935 Yards Team 1. Memphis 2. UCF 3. East Carolina T4. UAB T4. SMU 6. Houston 7. Tulsa 8. Marshall 9. Southern Miss 10. UTEP 11. Rice

To Par -5 -3 +5 +9 +9 +20 +24 +28 +30 +34 +51

Rd. 1 282 290 295 292 284 292 301 286 296 297 309

Rd. 3 288 287 287 290 289 296 291 297 295 302 310

Total 859 861 869 873 873 884 888 892 894 898 915

(-8) 70-68-70 - 208 (-7) 68-71-70 - 209 (-7) 68-72-69 - 209 (-4) 72-67-73 - 212 (-2) 69-73-72 - 214 (-2) 72-71-71 - 214 (-2) 70-68-76 - 214 (-1) 72-71-72 - 215 (E) 72-72-72 - 216 (+1) 72-73-72 - 217 (+1) 74-74-69 - 217 (+1) 73-70-74 - 217 (-7) 68-71-70 - 209 (-2) 69-73-72 - 214 (+3) 72-74-73 - 219 (+6) 78-71-73 - 222 (+15) 73-82-76 - 231

NCAA B ow l i n g G r e e n R e g i o n a l The Club at Olde Stone Bowling Green, Ky. May 17-19, 2012 Par 72 • 7,372 Yards Team 1. Chattanooga 2. Texas A&M 3. UCLA 4. Virginia Tech 5. Memphis 6. Arkansas 7. North Texas 8. Northwestern T9. Iowa State T9. Colorado State 11. Clemson 12. Jacksonville St. 13. Pennsylvania 14. Alabama State

To Par -5 -4 -1 +10 +12 +15 +16 +17 +22 +22 +23 +45 +62 +106

Rd. 1 294 295 284 297 295 302 295 301 305 294 295 308 313 319

Individual Top 10 1. Stephan Jaeger, Chattanooga 2. Pedro Figueirdeo, UCLA T3. Tyler Dunlap, Texas A&M T3. Jonathan Fly, Memphis T3. Steven Fox, Chattanooga T3. Scott Vincent, Virginia Tech 7. Nate McCoy, Iowa State 8. Ethan Tracy, Arkansas T9. Carlos Ortiz, North Texas T9. Jack Perry, Northwestern

Rd. 2 281 278 287 286 287 292 299 286 288 293 295 305 304 322

Rd. 3 284 287 292 291 294 285 286 294 293 299 297 296 309 329

Total 859 860 863 874 876 879 880 881 886 886 887 909 926 970

(-13) 70-67-66 - 203 (-9) 68-69-70 - 207 (-5) 71-70-70 - 211 (-5) 68-73-70 - 211 (-5) 76-64-71 - 211 (-5) 70-69-72 - 211 (-4) 73-68-71 - 212 (-3) 76-67-70 - 213 (-2) 73-71-70 - 214 (-2) 75-68-71 - 214

NCAA C h a m p i o n s h i p Riviera Country Club Los Angeles, Calif. May 29-31, 2012 Par 71 • 7,292 Yards Team To Par 1. Alabama +7 2. UCLA +9 3. Texas +17 T4. California +19 T4. San Diego State +19 6. Washington +20 7. Oregon +21 T8. Kent State +23 T8. Florida State +23 10. Liberty +24 11. Oklahoma +25 T12. North Florida +26 T12. Florida +26 14. Texas A&M +27 T15. Auburn +28 T15. USC +28 17. Georgia +29 18. Chattanooga +32 T19. Stanford +33 T19. UCF +33 21. Illinois +35 T22. Iowa +36 T22. Virginia +36 24. Virginia Tech +38 25. Lamar +40 26. East Carolina +43 27. TCU +45 28. Memphis +49 29. UAB +50 30. Tulsa +66

Rd. 1 285 289 290 295 292 296 291 293 290 295 289 290 288 298 288 298 295 299 293 290 295 290 306 299 299 295 299 299 297 306

Individual Top 10 1. Thomas Pieters, Illinois T2. Julien Brun, TCU T2. Tyler McCumber, Florida T4. Patrick Cantlay, UCLA T4. Corey Connors, Kent State T4. Cory Whitsett, Alabama T7. Blayne Barber, Auburn T7. Justin Thomas, Alabama T9. Max Homa, California T9. Will Kropp, Oklahoma T9. Keith Mitchell, Georgia T9. Patrick Rodgers, Stanford Memphis T69. Jonathan Fly T105. Jack Belote T105. Steve Lee T135. Will Pearson T148. Grant Milner

University of Memphis

Rd. 2 287 287 295 289 295 286 294 291 290 288 292 291 296 296 299 286 298 295 302 298 289 299 292 302 303 303 299 302 303 307

Rd. 3 287 285 284 287 284 290 288 291 295 293 296 297 294 285 293 296 288 290 290 297 303 299 290 289 290 297 299 300 302 305

Total 859 861 869 871 871 872 873 875 875 876 877 878 878 879 880 880 881 884 885 885 887 888 888 890 892 895 897 901 902 918

(-5) 69-68-71 - 208 (-2) 72-72-67 - 211 (-2) 68-71-72 - 211 (-1) 74-72-66 - 212 (-1) 68-75-69 - 212 (-1) 73-68-71 - 212 (E) 69-74-70 - 213 (E) 70-70-73 - 213 (+1) 76-70-68 - 214 (+1) 69-75-70 - 214 (+1) 73-72-69 - 214 (+1) 69-72-73 - 214 (+10) 71-71-81 - 223 (+14) 79-76-72 - 227 (+14) 76-76-75 - 227 (+19) 79-79-74 - 232 (+22) 73-83-79 - 235

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Individual Top 10 1. Greg Eason, UCF T2. Jack Belote, Memphis T2. Max Buckley, SMU 4. Martin Simonsen, UTEP T5. Jonathan Fly, Memphis T5. Bosten Miller, Marshall T5. Roman Robledo, Houston 8. Ricardo Gouveia, UCF 9. Kyle Wilshire, UCF T10. Nick Brown, Southern Miss T10. Harold Varner, East Carolina T10. David Watkins, East Carolina Memphis T2. Jack Belote T5. Jonathan Fly T13. Will Pearson T24. Grant Milner 45. Steve Lee

Rd. 2 289 284 287 291 300 296 296 309 303 299 296

(-5) 68-73-70 - 211 (+4) 74-71-75 - 220 (+6) 77-69-76 - 222 (+9) 76-76-73 - 225 (+17) 83-74-76 - 233

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Year-By-Year Results Hillman Robbins Mem. Murray St. Intercollegiate

1981-82 Spring 1982 Tournament Southern Intercollegiate

Champion Georgia, 870

Score/Finish 627/22nd of 23

1982-83 Fall 1982 Tournament Champion Hillman Robbins Mem. Missouri, 897 Murray State Intercollegiate E. Ky., 1088

Score/Finish 898/2nd of 15 1103/2nd of 11

Spring 1983 Tournament Champion Seminole Intercollegiate Florida, 875 Furman Intercollegiate Clemson, 873 UNO/Bailey Intercollegiate Ole Miss, 907 Southeastern Inter. Ohio State, 870 Southern Intercollegiate Florida State, 564

Score/Finish 930/16th of 20 899/8th of 15 967/15th of 20 925/18th of 25 605/13th of 20

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1983-84 Fall 1983 Tournament Champion Dixie Intercollegiate Columbus St., 859 LSU National Invitational Houston, 847 Hillman Robbins Mem. Augusta, 891 Murray St. Intercollegiate Memphis, 906 Michelob Intercollegiate Georgia, 866

Score/Finish 897/9th of 24 883/10th of 15 908/5th of 18 906/1st of 11 895/8th of 18

Spring 1984 Tournament Southern Jr.-Sr. Invitational Seminole Intercollegiate Metro Conf. Tournament C.C. of Jackson Inter. Orange Lake Intercollegiate Southeastern Inter. Southern Intercollegiate UNO/Bailey Intercollegiate

Score/Finish 903/4th of 11 892/8th of 20 929/3rd of 8 935/8th of 18 912/9th of 15 925/15th of 18 590/16th of 21 935/8th of 18

Champion Troy State, 893 Florida St., 854 Florida St., 857 Ole Miss, 856 LSU, 860 Georgia, 874 Georgia, 829 Ole Miss, 884

1984-85 Fall 1984 Tournament Champion Dixie Intercollegiate Ole Miss, 873 LSU National Invitational Houston, 847 Hillman Robbins Mem. Ball St., 891 Murray St. Intercollegiate W. Kentucky, 908 USM/Laurel C.C. Inter. LSU, 870

Score/Finish 912/12th of 28 883/10th of 15 917/6th of 16 919/4th of 12 928/14th of 18

Spring 1985 Tournament Champion Seminole Intercollegiate Florida, 861 Furman Intercollegiate Wake Forest, 868 Metro Conf. Tournament Florida St., 866 C.C. of Jackson Inter. Ole Miss, 857 UNO/Bailey Intercollegiate LSU, 574 Tiger Point Intercollegiate Ohio St., 899 Southeastern Inter. North Carolina, 864

Score/Finish 912/14th of 21 923/12th of 23 896/3rd of 6 913/9th of 15 609/4th of 12 946/11th of 19 946/17th of 18

1985-86 Fall 1985 Tournament Champion Dixie Intercollegiate Columbus, 879 Southern Intercollegiate Ga. Tech, 839 LSU National Intercollegiate Florida, 856 Hillman Robbins Mem. Alabama, 883 USM/Laurel C.C. Inter. LSU, 878

Score/Finish 888/3rd of 18 897/16th of 20 916/14th of 15 897/3rd of 15 915/8th of 15

Spring 1986 Tournament Champion Seminole Intercollegiate Miami, 854 Furman Intercollegiate Furman, 844 Metro Conf. Tournament Florida St., 878 C.C. of Jackson Inter. LSU, 860 UNO/Bailey Inter. Southeast La., 865 Panhandle Intercollegiate Columbus, 908 W.C. McLaughlin Tourn. Memphis, 601

Score/Finish 904/16th of 20 900/13th of 23 905/3rd of 7 903/T6th of 14 896/2nd of 17 925/7th of 15 601/1st of 12

1986-87 Fall 1986 Tournament Dixie Intercollegiate LSU National Invitational

Champion Ga. Tech, 868 LSU, 863

Score/Finish 911/T9th of 18 923/10th of 12

Fla. St., 883 Kentucky, 891

906/6th of 18 892/2nd of 18

Spring 1987 Tournament Champion Jerry Pate Intercollegiate So. Alabama, 885 Seminole Intercollegiate USF, 575 Metro Conf. Tournament Fla. St., 866 C.C. of Jackson Intercollegiate LSU, 855 UNO/Bailey Intercollegiate Memphis, 896 Pepsi Invitational Tennessee, 854 Omni Hotel Invitational N.C. State, 899 Southeastern Intercollegiate Fla. St., 880

Score/Finish 911/5th of 18 592/5th of 12 900/3rd of 7 885/T6th of 15 896/1st of 18 892/9th of 16 925/10th of 14 901/T7th of 18

1987-88 Fall 1987 Tournament Champion Dixie Intercollegiate Georgia, 850 LSU National Invitational Ariz. St., 1091 Hillman Robbins Mem. Indiana, 890 Murray St. Intercollegiate Memphis, 872

Score/Finish 863/3rd of 18 1091/4th of 12 905/2nd of 14 872/1st of 12

Spring 1988 Tournament Champion Jerry Pate Intercollegiate LSU, 879 Southeastern Inter. Kentucky, 592 Billy Hitchcock Inter. Auburn, 861 Augusta/Forrest Hills Augusta St., 879 Seminole Intercollegiate Tampa, 863 UNO/Bailey Intercollegiate Memphis, 861 Pepsi Invitational Virginia, 891 Metro Conf. Tournament Memphis, 872 NCAA Championship UCLA, 1176

Score/Finish 905/T5th of 19 607/6th of 15 875/6th of 12 896/2nd of 15 881/5th of 21 861/1st of 18 911/T6th of 14 872/1st of 7 622/28th of 32

1988-89 Fall 1988 Tournament Fairfield Bay/Pepsi Classic Dixie Intercollegiate Southern Intercollegiate Hillman Robbins Mem.

Champion Baylor, 887 Illinois, 886 Ga. Tech, 877 Miss. St., 588

Score/Finish 908/6th of 18 912/8th of 18 933/10th of 10 616/T6th of 12

Spring 1989 Tournament Champion Jerry Pate Intercollegiate Fla. St., 890 Southeastern Inter. Fla. St., 861 Billy Hitchcock Inter. Ga. Southern, 848 Augusta/Forrest Hills Oklahoma, 894 Seminole Intercollegiate Fla. St., 893 Metro Conf. Tournament Fla. St., 862 UNO/Bailer Inter. Southeastern La., 595 Pepsi Invitational N. Carolina, 867 Music City Intercollegiate Miami, 880

Score/Finish 946/13th of 14 908/16th of 18 895/11th of 12 938/10th of 15 965/13th of 18 919/4th of 7 620/8th of 18 902/T9th of 15 903/T9th

1989-90 Fall 1989 Tournament Dixie Intercollegiate Southern Intercollegiate Hillman Robbins Mem. Murray St. Inter.

Champion Miss. St., 870 Ga. Tech, 847 Augusta, 900 W. Kentucky, 881

Spring 1990 Tournament Jerry Pate Intercollegiate Southeastern Intercollegiate Billy Hitchcock Inter. Imperial Lakes Golf Classic Pepsi Invitational Music City Intercollegiate Metro Conf. Tournament

Score/Finish 905/8th 901/T15th 909/3rd 905/2nd

Champion Miami, 890 UCF, 851 Georgia, 849 Fla. St., 852 UCF, 879 UCF, 856 Fla. St., 898

Score/Finish 935/11th 877/11th 892/12th 890/T19th 924/T13th 874/T3rd 937/3rd

1990-91 Fall 1990 Tournament Dixie Intercollegiate Southern Intercollegiate Hillman Robbins Mem. Glenn “Jacoby� Collegiate

Champion Memphis, 876 Ga. Tech, 879 Memphis, 903 Hawaii, 844

Score/Finish 876/1st 932/13th 903/1st 857/3rd

Spring 1991 Tournament Champion Southeastern Intercollegiate UCF, 861 Billy Hitchcock Inter. Georgia, 851 Augusta/Forrest Hills Fla. St., 871 Pizza Hut Invitational Jacksonville St., 641

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Score/Finish 887/11th 886/T9th 901/8th 655/4th

Imperial Lakes Golf Classic Ohio St., 570 Pepsi Invitational Ole Miss, 870 Music City Intercollegiate Vanderbilt, 916

586/14th 887/5th 918/2nd

1991-92 Fall 1991 Tournament Champion Fairfield Bay/Pepsi Classic Minnesota, 595 Dixie Intercollegiate Auburn, 854 Kansas Invitational Kansas, 880 MacGregor Tourn. of Champ. Auburn, 869

Score/Finish 623/4th 891/13th 917/T7th 903/T13th

Spring 1992 Tournament Champion Southeastern Inter. Alabama, 871 Billy Hitchcock Inter. LSU, 849 Cleveland/Augusta St. N. Carolina, 870 Imperial Lakes Golf Cl. W. Forest, 847 Great Midwest Conf. Tourn. Memphis, 927 Pepsi Invitational UCF, 871 Music City Inter. Southeastern La., 893

Score/Finish 902/T14th 914/12th 900/5th 884/16th 927/1st 907/13th 913/8th

1992-93 Fall 1992 Tournament Fairfield Bay/Pepsi Cl. Dixie Intercollegiate NMSU/Coca Cola Cl. South Alabama Fall Inv.

Champion Oral Roberts, 893 Alabama, 870 Tex. Tech, 867 Tulsa, 596

Spring 1993 Tournament Champion Southeastern Intercollegiate Fla. St., 866 Billy Hitchcock Inter. Arkansas, 864 Cleveland/Augusta St. Columbus, 884 Imperial Lakes Golf Classic Ohio St., 862 Great Midwest Conf. Tourn. Cincinnati, 885 USF Invitational Georgia, 886 Music City Intercollegiate Georgia, 870

Score/Finish 944/17th 925/18th 900/7th 611/9th Score/Finish 885/8th 894/8th 914/16th 892/18th 885/2nd 939/12th 908/T8th

1993-94 Fall 1993 Tournament Kansas Invitational Dixie Intercollegiate So. Alabama Fall Inv.

Champion Va. Tech, 877 Fla. St., 570 So. Alabama, 876

Score/Finish 941/11th 616/17th 954/T8th

Spring 1994 Tournament Champion USF Invitational TCU, 872 Imperial Lake Golf Classic Fla. St., 844 Southeastern Intercollegiate LSU, 864 Augusta College Inv. Augusta Coll., 855 Music City Intercollegiate Georgia, 572 Billy Hitchcock Invitational LSU, 865 Great Midwest Conf. Tourn. Cincinnati, 899

Score/Finish 923/T13th 893/19th 916/17th 922/17th 584/6th 917/12th 915/3rd

1994-95 Fall 1994 Tournament G. Gunby Jordan Inter. Kroger Intercollegiate Robert Trent Jones Inv. Troy State Trojan Classic

Champion Augusta, 864 Miss. St., 917 Troy St., 861 UAB, 891

Spring 1995 Tournament Champion Southeastern Intercollegiate Auburn, 868 Billy Hitchcock Inter. Auburn, 855 Imperial Lakes G.C. Fla. Southern, 843 Seminole Intercollegiate Fla. St., 867 Great Midwest Conf. Tourn. UAB, 902 All-American Intercollegiate LSU, 888 USF Invitational So. Alabama, 890

Score/Finish 886/T11th 947/T5th 929/9th 925/12th Score/Finish 911/18th 886/T11th 907/T19th 909/15th 904/2nd 932/T13th 937/16th

1995-96 Fall 1995 Tournament Champion Kroger Intercollegiate Miss. St., 907 Woodlands Intercollegiate Jackson St., 595 Robert Trent Jones Inv. So. Alabama, 883 Kentucky Intercollegiate Illinois, 906

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Score/Finish 922/T14th 622/T14th 937/7th 933/T7th

2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Spring 1996 Tournament Champion Blue-Gray Intercollegiate LSU, 868 Billy Hitchcock Inter. Auburn, 852 C-USA Championship Charlotte, 882 Matlock Classic Columbus St., 566 Seminole Intercollegiate Florida, 580 All-American Intercollegiate Houston, 867 Ron Smith Invitational USF, 870

Score/Finish 923/17th 913/12th 887/T3rd of 12 599/16th 624/14th 912/14th 919/15th

1996-97 Fall 1996 Tournament Champion G. Gunby Jordan Inter. VCU, 852 Peachtree State Invitational UAB, 893 Kroger Intercollegiate Auburn, 870 Fall Beach Classic So. Alabama, 858

Score/Finish 886/T7th 920/9th 928/16th 899/14th

Spring 1997 Tournament Champion Alabama Spring Invitational Miss. St., 842 Billy Hitchcock Invitational Auburn, 862 Augusta St. Invitational Miss. St., 855 C-USA Championship Houston, 875 Matlock Classic Augusta St., 850 Ron Smith Invitational VCU, 884

Score/Finish 872/9th 905/11th 896/T11th 917/T4th of 12 875/T11th 915/T4th

Score/Finish 894/11th 602/5th 609/9th 919/T11th

Spring 1998 Tournament Champion Alabama Spring Invitational Georgia, 870 Billy Hitchcock Inter. Georgia, 844 Augusta St. Invitational Augusta St., 867 C-USA Championship Houston, 884 Matlock Classic North Florida, 860 Ron Smith Invitational VCU, 841

Score/Finish 896/T9th 909/10th 908/13th 921/T9th of 12 902/16th 878/9th

1998-99 Fall 1998 Tournament Champion Peachtree St. Invitational Columbus St., 866 Hillman Robbins Mem. Ga. St., 860 Fall Beach Classic South Ala., 853 Gary Koch/Cleveland Ole Miss, 845

Score/Finish 877/4th of 14 869/3rd 868/5th 866/3rd

Spring 1999 Tournament Champion Alabama Spring Invitational Ole Miss, 856 Billy Hitchcock Invitational Auburn, 862 Augusta St. Invitational Augusta St., 851 C-USA Championship Houston, 845 Matlock Classic Alabama, 866 The Bridges All-American LSU, 875 Ron Smith Invitational VCU, 882

Score/Finish 888/T14th of 18 891/11th of 12 889/16th of 19 877/3rd of 12 885/T10 of 17 909/12th of 19 894/T4th of 17

1999-00 Fall 1999 Tournament Champion C.C. of Louisiana Invitational North Fla., 880 Hillman Robbins Mem. MTSU, 883 Nebraska Fairway Club Inv. Kansas, 853 Deep South Intercollegiate SE La., 853 Spring 2000 Tournament Champion Alabama Spring Invitational Auburn, 850 ASU Indian Classic Ark. St., 876 Billy Hitchcock Inter. Auburn, 859 C-USA Championship Houston, 857 Matlock Classic Fla. Southern, 874 The Bridges All-American Georgia. St., 872 Ron Smith Invitational Fla. Southern, 863

Score/Finish 901/9th of 18 914/8th of 12 912/8th of 11 869/3rd of 12 Score/Finish 893/T12th of 18 910/8th of 16 891/10th of 12 909/8th of 12 882/4th of 18 905/T11th of 18 915/T16th of 18

Fall 2000 Tournament Champion C.C. of Louisiana Invitational LSU, 856 Hillman Robbins Mem. Alabama, 873 PSINet Golf Invitational Minnesota, 883 Tulsa Southern Hills Inv. Oral Roberts, 873

Score/Finish 921/15th of 15 918/10th of 16 931/10th of 12 608/9th of 18

Spring 2001 Tournament Champion Conrad Rehling Invitational Charleston, 889 Billy Hitchcock Invitational Auburn, 851 Matlock Classic Florida Southern, 903 Seminole Intercollegiate Virginia, 857 Beau Rivage Classic Sam Houston, 889 Ron Smith Invitational Charleston, 859 C-USA Championship Houston, 872

Score/Finish 946/14th of 15 914/12th of 12 947/9th of 18 918/14th of 18 920/9th of 16 917/15th of 18 910/6th of 12

2001-02 Fall 2001 Tournament Champion Iron Horse Intercollegiate Missouri-KC, 599 Hillman Robbins Mem. Ark. St., 870 Fall Beach Classic Ark. St., 844 Rio Pinar Intercollegiate Campbell, 848 Spring 2002 Tournament Billy Hitchcock Inter. Furman Intercollegiate Louisiana Classics Gulf Coast Classic Ron Smith Invitational LSU Spring Invitational C-USA Championship

Champion Auburn, 861 Va. Tech, 868 SMU, 864 Southern Miss, 889 Ga. Southern, 574 LSU, 279 TCU, 858

Score/Finish 625/10th of 17 887/8th of 15 865/6th of 12 878/11th of 15 Score/Finish 892/8th of 12 912/T15th of 24 890/11th of 15 927/12th of 15 602/9th of 18 293/T12th of 20 887/9th of 14

2002-03 Fall 2002 Tournament Champion Blue Demon Invitational Memphis, 883 Hillman Robbins Mem. So. Ala., 887 Fall Beach Classic Kentucky, 845 Cellular One Raising Cane So. Miss., 848 Rio Pinar Intercollegiate Fla. Gulf Coast, 861 Spring 2003 Tournament Billy Hitchcock Inter. Furman Intercollegiate LSU Spring Invitational USF Invitational Coastal Carolina Inv. C-USA Championship

Champion Arkansas, 876 Va. Tech, 869 LSU, 868 Jacksonville St., 902 Arkansas, 873 TCU, 862

Score/Finish 883/1st of 9 905/4th of 16 859/5th of 13 869/4th of 17 881/5th of 14 Score/Finish 904/11th of 12 896/10th of 22 896/T14th of 18 931/10th of 15 908/6th of 14 888/7th of 14

2003-04 Fall 2003 Tournament Champion Cardinal Intercollegiate E. Kentucky, 871 Nestle Purina Classic Kansas St., 830 Coca-Cola Tourn. of Champ. Vandy, 849 Fall Beach Classic So. Florida, 836 Landfall Tradition Minnesota, 851

Score/Finish 897/6th of 14 868/6th of 9 887/13th of 15 839/4th of 15 877/7th of 12

Spring 2004 Tournament Matlock Classic Palmetto Intercollegiate Memphis v. Miss. State LSU Spring Invitational Billy Hitchcock Inter. C-USA Championship

Score/Finish 864/1st of 15 870/5th of 14 587/1st of 2 877/12th of 17 865/3rd of 12 898/8th of 14

Champion Memphis, 864 S. Carolina, 847 Memphis, 587 LSU, 851 Auburn, 859 TCU, 859

2004-05 Fall 2004 Tournament Champion Radrick Farms Inter. Memphis, 871* Memphis Intercollegiate Memphis, 873 Missouri Bluff Challenge Memphis, 842 Landfall Tradition Mich. St., 851 *Tied with Wisconsin and Purdue

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Score/Finish 871/T1st of 14 873/1st of 16 842/1st of 13 881/11th of 12

Spring 2005 Tournament Champion Rice Intercollegiate North Texas, 584 St. Croix Collegiate Xavier, 868 Conrad Rehling Invitational Alabama, 881 LSU Spring Invitational LSU, 865 Billy Hitchcock Inter. Auburn, 861 C-USA Championship TCU, 841

Score/Finish 585/2nd of 15 886/10th of 17 918/6th of 12 921/17th of 17 885/2nd of 12 898/7th of 14

2005-06 Fall 2005 Tournament Champion Gopher Invitational Minnesota, 883* Memphis Intercollegiate Memphis, 876 Missouri Bluffs Challenge Saint Louis, 844 Landfall Tradition Texas A&M, 870 *Tied with Washington Spring 2006 Tournament Champion Rio Pinar Intercollegiate Lamar, 877 All-American Intercollegiate Houston, 853 Louisiana Classics Houston, 846 Border Olympics Baylor, 855 Carter Plantation Inter. SE Louisiana, 896 Bridgestone Golf Inter. Lamar, 563 Billy Hitchcock Inter. Auburn, 860 C-USA Championship SMU, 845

Score/Finish 910/9th of 12 876/1st of 15 872/10th of 14 923/11th of 12

Score/Finish 901/T8th of 18 884/6th of 13 858/3rd of 15 860/2nd of 16 911/6th of 12 618/11th of 12 901/6th of 11 856/4th of 12

2006-07 Fall 2006 Tournament Scenic City Invitational Memphis Intercollegiate Wolf Run Intercollegiate Landfall Tradition Mason Rudolph Champ.

Champion Minnesota, 890 Louisville, 857 Kentucky, 886 Tulsa, 868 Ole Miss, 876

Spring 2007 Tournament Champion Rio Pinar Intercollegiate Chattanooga, 862 Louisiana Classics SE Louisiana, 851 Border Olympics Lamar, 835 USA Spring Classic Chattanooga, 847 Palisades Collegiate Cl. Charlotte, 849 C-USA Championship Tulsa, 855 Linger Longer Invitational Georgia, 835

Score/Finish 910/5th of 17 882/6th of 18 924/10th of 10 908/5th of 12 888/5th of 14 Score/Finish 906/T15th of 18 872/7th of 15 896/T13th of 15 865/6th of 12 881/11th of 18 891/T7th of 11 875/10th of 15

2007-08 Fall 2007 Tournament St. Mary’s Invitational Memphis Intercollegiate The ClubGlove Inter. Bridgestone Golf Inter.

Champion Baylor, 878 Ole Miss, 572 Pepperdine, 905 Louisville, 860

Score/Finish 888/6th of 18 583/3rd of 15 949/9th of 12 881/10th of 15

Spring 2008 Tournament Champion Rice Intercollegiate Baylor, 878 Rio Pinar Intercollegiate UCF, 846 CSU Spring Kick Off Memphis, 874 Linger Longer Invitational Ole Miss, 856 Mobile Bay Intercollegiate Louisville, 873 Bank of America Inter. Chattanooga, 852 River Landing Inter. Duke, 851 C-USA Championship UAB, 857 NCAA East Regional Georgia, 811

Score/Finish 887/4th of 12 877/11th of 18 874/1st of 8 881/5th of 14 879/3rd of 12 890/11th of 15 864/3rd of 15 868/3rd of 11 864/T20th of 27

2008-09 Fall 2008 Tournament Mason Rudolph Champ. Memphis Intercollegiate Jerry Pate National Inter. Bridgestone Golf Inter.

Champion S. Carolina, 839 Ohio State, 588 Alabama, 830 Duke, 869

Spring 2009 Tournament Champion Rio Pinar Intercollegiate UCF, 851 Louisiana Classics New Orleans, 858 Mobile Bay Inter. Miss. St., 888 FAU Spring Break Champ Illinois, 847 Reunion Intercollegiate LSU, 889 River Landing Inter. Duke, 850 C-USA Championship UCF, 846

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Score/Finish 864/7th of 15 591/2nd of 16 858/10th of 12 898/T11th of 14 Score/Finish 900/T17th of 21 876/8th of 15 941/14th of 16 880/7th of 14 952/13th of 15 877/7th of 15 866/4th of 11

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1997-98 Fall 1997 Tournament Champion Peachtree St. Invitational Columbus St., 864 Persimmon Ridge Inter. Akron, 594 Kroger Intercollegiate Arkansas, 592 Deep South Intercollegiate SE La., 897

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Year-By-Year Results Year-by-Year Coaching Breakdown

2009-10 Fall 2009 Tournament Champion Golfweek Conf. Challenge Florida State, 853 Sam Hall Intercollegiate Southeastern La., 845 Mason Rudolph Champ. MTSU/S. Carolina, 556 Memphis Intercollegiate South Alabama, 882 St. Mary’s Invitational Nevada, 869

Score/Finish 911/15th of 15 846/T2nd of 15 567/8th of 17 906/T7th of 16 902/T8th of 16

Spring 2010 Tournament Mobile Bay Intercollegiate Louisiana Classics Desert Shootout Memphis vs. Miss. St. BancorpSouth Inter. UK Bluegrass Invitational C-USA Championship

Score/Finish 887/8th of 18 882/5th of 15 882/12th of 17 598/1st of 2 872/4th of 15 851/T2nd of 24 899/9th of 11

Champion Ole Miss, 877 LSU, 864 Wich St./KU, 855 Memphis, 598 N. Florida, 846 Murray St., 850 UCF, 858

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2010-11 Fall 2010 Tournament Champion Sam Hall Intercollegiate Kennesaw St., 839 Mason Rudolph Champ. Memphis, 842 Wolfpack Intercollegiate N.C. State, 844 Jerry Pate National Inv. Auburn, 829 Memphis Intercollegiate S. Alabama, 878

Score/Finish 854/T8th of 15 842/1st of 17 878/7th of 17 867/6th of 12 894/4th of 15

Spring 2011 Tournament Champion Mobile Bay Intercollegiate MTSU, 863 Louisiana Classics Illinois, 854 Linger Longer Invvitational Alabama, 846 BancorpSouth Inter. S. Alabama, 571 River Landing Inter. ECU, 841 C-USA Championship UCF, 862 NCAA Central-Indiana Michigan, 841

Score/Finish 882/6th of 15 884/T7th of 15 879/8th of 13 586/T9th of 15 848/3rd of 14 864/2nd of 11 893/11th of 14

Year 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80

Coach Conf. Finish Enoch Mitchell N/A Enoch Mitchell N/A Larry Smith N/A Larry Smith N/A Larry Smith N/A Larry Smith N/A Larry Smith N/A Larry Smith N/A Roy Moore Sr. N/A Roy Moore Sr. N/A Roy Moore Sr. N/A Roy Moore Sr. N/A Roy Moore Sr. N/A Roy Moore Sr. N/A Roy Moore Sr. N/A Roy Moore Sr. N/A Roy Moore Sr. N/A Roy Moore Sr. N/A Roy Moore Sr. N/A Bill Brogden N/A Bill Brogden N/A Bill Brogden N/A Bill Brogden N/A Jim Cook N/A Jim Cook N/A Jim Cook N/A Jim Cook N/A Jim Cook 1st • Metro Jim Cook N/A • Metro Jim Cook N/A • Metro Jim Cook N/A • Metro Jim Cook N/A • Metro

NCAA DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Championship Championship DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Championship DNQ DNQ Championship DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ

Year 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Coach Conf. Finish Jim Cook N/A • Metro Jim Cook N/A • Metro Jim Cook N/A • Metro Jim Cook 3rd • Metro Jim Cook 3rd • Metro Jim Cook 3rd • Metro Jim Cook 3rd • Metro Jim Cook 1st • Metro Jim Cook 4th • Metro Jim Cook 3rd • Metro Jim Cook N/A Jim Cook 1st • Great Midwest Jim Cook 2nd • Great Midwest Jim Cook N/A • Great Midwest Jim Cook 2nd • Great Midwest Jim Cook T3rd • C-USA Jim Cook T4th • C-USA Jim Cook T9th • C-USA Jim Cook 3rd • C-USA Jim Cook 8th • C-USA Jim Cook 6th • C-USA Jim Cook 9th • C-USA Bob Winn (Interim) 7th • C-USA Grant Robbins T8th • C-USA Grant Robbins 7th • C-USA Grant Robbins 4th • C-USA Grant Robbins T7th • C-USA Grant Robbins 3rd • C-USA Grant Robbins 4th • C-USA Grant Robbins 9th • C-USA Grant Robbins 2nd • C-USA Grant Robbins 1st • C-USA

NCAA DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Championship DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Regional DNQ DNQ Regional Championship

2011-12 Fall 2011 Tournament Sam Hall Intercollegiate Mason Rudolph Champ. Wolfpack Intercollegiate Bank of Tenn. Inter.

Champion UAB, 836 MTSU, 844 Memphis, 861 Kent State, 869

Spring 2012 Tournament Champion Gator Invitational Auburn, 848 Mobile Bay Intercollegiate MTSU, 858 Louisiana Classics LSU, 847 National Inv. Tourn. San Diego St., 859 BancorpSouth Inter. Wichita St., 565 Memphis Intercollegiate Kennesaw St., 892 C-USA Championships Memphis, 859 NCAA Regional Chattanooga, 859 NCAA Championship Alabama, 859

Score/Finish 845/4th of 15 856/5th of 14 861/1st of 16 885/5th of 15 Score/Finish 892/11th of 14 859/2nd of 15 866/5th of 15 871/5th of 12 571/T4of 16 893/2nd of 12 859/1st of 11 876/5th of 14 901/28th of 30

Enoch Mitchell Two Seasons 1948-50

Larry Smith Six Seasons 1950-56

Bob Winn (Interim) One Season 2002-03

Grant Robbins Nine Seasons 2003-Present

Roy Moore Sr. 11 Seasons 1956-67

Bill Brogden Four Seasons 1967-71

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Jim Cook 31 Seasons 1971-2002

2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Alabama, University 911 905 946 935 858 867

South Alabama, 885 LSU, 879 Florida State, 890 Miami, 890 Alabama,830 Auburn, 829

912 925 946 901 607 908 877 887 902 885 916 911

Ohio State, 870 Georgia, 874 North Carolina, 864 Florida State, 880 Kentucky, 592 Florida State, 861 UCF, 851 UCF, 861 Alabama, 871 Florida State, 866 LSU, 864 Auburn, 860

923

LSU, 868

872 896 888 893

Mississippi St., 842 Georgia, 870 Ole Miss, 856 Auburn, 850

946 918

Charleston, 889 Alabama, 881

Arizona, University National Invitational Tournament Spring 2012 5 of 12 871

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San Diego St., 859

A r k a n s a s S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Fairfield Bay/Pepsi Classic Fall 1988 6 of 18 Fall 1991 4th Fall 1992 17th ASU Indian Classic Spring 2000 8 of 16

908 623 944

Baylor, 887 Minnesota, 595 Oral Roberts, 893

910

Arkansas State, 876

Auburn University Southern Junior-Senior Invitational Spring 1984 4 of 11 903 Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate Spring 1988 6 of 12 875 Spring 1989 11 of 12 895 Spring 1990 12th 892 Spring 1991 T9th 886 Spring 1992 12th 914 Spring 1993 8th 894 Spring 1994 12th 917 Spring 1995 T11th 886 Spring 1996 12th 913 Spring 1997 11th 905 Spring 1998 10th 909 Spring 1999 11 of 12 891 Spring 2000 10 of 12 912 Spring 2001 12 of 12 914 Spring 2002 8 of 12 892 Spring 2003 11 of 12 904 Spring 2004 3 of 12 865 Spring 2005 2 of 12 885 Spring 2006 6 of 11 901

FAU

Charleston Southern University

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Troy State, 893 Auburn, 861 Ga. Southern, 848 Georgia, 849 Georgia, 851 LSU, 849 Arkansas, 864 LSU, 865 Auburn, 855 Auburn, 852 Auburn, 862 Georgia, 844 Auburn, 848 Auburn, 859 Auburn, 851 Auburn, 861 Arkansas, 876 Auburn, 859 Auburn, 861 Auburn, 860

A u g u s ta S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Augusta/Forrest Hills Intercollegiate Spring 1988 2 of 15 896 Augusta College, 879 Spring 1989 10 of 15 938 Oklahoma, 894 Spring 1991 8th 901 Florida State, 871 Spring 1994 17th 922 Augusta College, 855 Cleveland Golf/Augusta College Invitational Spring 1992 5th 900 North Carolina, 870 Spring 1993 16th 914 Columbus, 884 Augusta State Invitational Spring 1997 T11th 896 Mississippi St., 855 Spring 1998 13th 908 Augusta State, 867 Spring 1999 16 of 19 889 Augusta State, 851

CSU Spring Kick Off Spring 2008 1 of 8

874

Memphis, 874

FAU Spring Break Championship Spring 2009 7 of 14

Charlotte, 849

Gator Invitational Spring 2012 711 of 14

C h a r l o t t e , UNC Palisades Collegiate Classic Spring 2007 11 of 18

910

Minnesota, 890

C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a U n i v e r s i t y 908

Arkansas, 873

C o l u mb u s S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Dixie Intercollegiate Fall 1983 9 of 24 Fall 1984 12 of 28 Fall 1985 3 of 18 Fall 1986 T9 of 18 Fall 1987 3 of 18 Fall 1988 8 of 18 Fall 1989 8th Fall 1990 1st Fall 1991 13th Fall 1992 18th Fall 1993 17th G. Gunby Jordan Intercollegiate Fall 1994 T11th Fall 1996 T7th

897 912 888 911 863 912 905 876 891 925 616

Columbus, 859 Mississippi, 873 Columbus, 879 Georgia Tech, 868 Georgia, 850 Illinois, 886 Mississippi St., 870 Memphis, 876 Auburn, 854 Alabama, 870 Florida State, 570

886 886

Augusta, 864 VCU, 852

C o n f e r e n c e USA C h a m p i o n s h i p

Spring 1996 Spring 1997 Spring 1998 Spring 1999 Spring 2000 Spring 2001 Spring 2002 Spring 2003 Spring 2004 Spring 2005 Spring 2006 Spring 2007 Spring 2008 Spring 2009 Spring 2010 Spring 2011 Spring 2012

T3 of 12 T4 of 12 T9 of 12 3 of 12 8 of 12 6 of 12 9 of 14 7 of 14 T8 of 14 7 of 14 4 of 12 T7 of 11 3 of 11 4 of 11 9 of 11 2 of 11 1 of 11

887 917 921 877 909 910 887 888 898 898 856 891 868 866 899 864 859

Denver, University Desert Shootout Spring 2010

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Charlotte, 882 Houston, 875 Houston, 884 Houston, 845 Houston, 857 Houston, 872 TCU, 858 TCU, 862 TCU, 859 TCU, 841 SMU, 845 Tulsa, 855 UAB,857 UCF, 846 UCF, 858 UCF, 862 Memphis, 859

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883

Memphis, 883

East Carolina, 841

625

Missouri-KC, 599

E a s t T e n n e s s e e S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Fall 2011 5 of 15 885

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Florida State, 852 Ohio State, 570 Wake Forest, 847 Ohio State, 862 Florida State, 844 Fla. Southern, 843 Columbus, 566 Augusta State, 850 North Florida, 860 Alabama, 866 Fla. Southern, 874 Fla. Southern, 903 Memphis, 864

930 892 912 904 592 881 965 909 624 918

Florida, 875 Florida State, 854 Florida, 861 Miami, 854 USF, 575 Tampa, 863 Florida State, 893 Florida State, 867 Florida, 580 Virginia, 857

F u rm a n U n i v e r s i t y Furman Intercollegiate Spring 1983 8 of 15 Spring 1985 12 of 23 Spring 1986 13 of 23 Spring 2002 T15 of 24 Spring 2003 10 of 22

899 925 900 912 896

Clemson, 873 Wake Forest, 868 Furman, 844 Virginia Tech, 868 Virginia Tech, 869

G e o rg i a , U n i v e r s i t y Southern Intercollegiate Spring 1982 22 of 23 Spring 1983 13 of 20 Spring 1984 16 of 21 Fall 1985 16 of 20 Fall 1988 10 of 10 Fall 1989 T15th Fall 1990 13th

627 605 590 597 933 901 932

of Georgia, 870 Florida State, 564 Georgia, 829 Georgia Tech, 839 Georgia Tech, 877 Georgia Tech, 847 Georgia Tech, 879

G e o rg i a S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Peachtree State Invitational Fall 1996 9th Fall 1997 11th Fall 1998 4 of 14

920 894 877

UAB, 893 Columbus, 864 Columbus State, 866

Golfweek Golfweek Conference Challenge Fall 2009 15 of 15 911

Eastern Illinois University Ironhorse Intercollegiate Fall 2001 10 of 17

Auburn, 848

F l o r i d a S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Seminole Intercollegiate Spring 1983 16 of 20 Spring 1984 8 of 20 Spring 1985 14 of 21 Spring 1986 16 of 20 Spring 1987 5 of 12 Spring 1988 5 of 21 Spring 1989 13 of 18 Spring 1995 15th Spring 1996 14th Spring 2001 14 of 18

E a s t C a r o l i n a /UNCW ECU/UNCW River Landing Intercollegiate Spring 2011 3 of 14 848

892

Imperial Lakes Golf Classic Spring 1990 T19th 890 Spring 1991 14th 586 Spring 1992 16th 884 Spring 1993 18th 892 Spring 1994 19th 893 Spring 1995 T19th 907 Charlie Matlock Collegiate Classic Spring 1996 16th 599 Spring 1997 T11th 875 Spring 1998 16th 902 Spring 1999 T10 of 17 885 Spring 2000 4 of 18 882 Spring 2001 9 of 18 947 Spring 2004 1 of 15 864

882 Wichita State/Kansas, 855

D e P au l U n i v e r s i t y Blue Demon Invitational Fall 2002 1 of 9

of

F l o r i da S o u t h e r n C o l l e g e

C h at ta n o o g a , UT

Coastal Carolina Invitational Spring 2003 6 of 14

Illinois, 847

F l o r i da , U n i v e r s i t y

881

Scenic City Invitational Fall 2006 5 of 17

880

Florida State, 853

G r e at M i d w e s t T o u r n a m e n t

Spring 1992 Spring 1993 Spring 1994 Spring 1995

1st 2nd 3rd 2nd

Kent State, 869

Tigers Fall Sports Fact Book

927 885 915 904

Memphis, 927 Cincinnati, 885 Cincinnati, 899 UAB, 902

M GOLF

Jerry Pate Intercollegiate Spring 1987 5 of 18 Spring 1988 T5 of 19 Spring 1989 13 of 14 Spring 1990 11th Fall 2008 10 of 12 Fall 2010 6 of 12 Southeastern Intercollegiate Spring 1983 18 of 25 Spring 1984 15 of 18 Spring 1985 17 of 18 Spring 1987 T7 of 18 Spring 1988 6 of 15 Spring 1989 16 of 18 Spring 1990 11th Spring 1991 11th Spring 1992 T14th Spring 1993 8th Spring 1994 17th Spring 1995 18th Blue-Gray Intercollegiate Spring 1996 17th Alabama Spring Invitational Spring 1997 9th Spring 1998 T9th Spring 1999 T14 of 18 Spring 2000 T12 of 18 Conrad Rehling Invitational Spring 2001 14 of 15 Spring 2005 6 of 12

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts All-Time Tournament History Houston, University All-American Intercollegiate Spring 1995 T13th Spring 1996 14th Spring 2006 6 of 13 Border Olympics Spring 2006 2 of 16 Spring 2007 T13 of 15

of

932 912 884

LSU, 888 Houston, 869 Houston, 853

860 896

Baylor, 855 Lamar, 835

Indiana University Wolf Run Intercollegiate Fall 2006 10 of 10

924

Kentucky, 886

J a c k s o n S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Pizza Hut Invitational Spring 1991 4th

655

Jacksonville St., 641

Kansas, University

M GOLF

Kansas Invitational Fall 1991 T7th Fall 1993 11th

of

917 941

Kansas, 880 Va. Tech, 877

Kentucky, University UK Bluegrass Invitational Spring 2010 T2 of 24

851

of

11 of 15 3 of 15 7 of 15 8 of 15 5 of 15 T7 of 15 5 of 15

890 858 872 876 882 884 866

of

SMU, 864 Houston, 846 Southeastern La., 851 New Orleans, 858 LSU, 864 Illinois, 854 LSU, 847

Louisville, University Kentucky Intercollegiate Fall 1995 T7th 933 Persimmon Ridge Intercollegiate Fall 1997 5th 602 Cardinal Intercollegiate Fall 2003 T6 of 14 897

Hillman Robbins Memorial Fall 1982 2 of 15 898 Fall 1983 5 of 18 908 Fall 1984 6 of 16 917 Fall 1985 3 of 15 897 Fall 1986 6 of 18 906 Fall 1987 2 of 14 905 Fall 1988 T6 of 12 616 Fall 1989 3rd 909 Fall 1990 1st 903 Kroger Intercollegiate Invitational Fall 1994 T5th 947 Fall 1995 T4th 922 Fall 1996 16th 928 Fall 1997 9th 609 Hillman Robbins Memorial Fall 1998 3rd 869

Spring 2011

873 876 882 583 591 906 894 893

Memphis, 873 Memphis, 876 Louisville, 857 Mississippi, 572 Ohio State, 588 South Alabama, 882 South Alabama, 878 Kennesaw St., 892

Spring 1954 Spring 1955 Spring 1964 Spring 1967 Spring 1988 Spring 2012

Spring 1984 Spring 1985 Spring 1986 Spring 1987 Spring 1988 Spring 1989 Spring 1990

3 of 8 3 of 6 3 of 7 3 of 7 1 of 7 4 of 7 3 of 7

Spring 2008

929 896 905 900 872 919 937

Florida State, 857 Florida State, 866 Florida State, 878 Florida State, 866 Memphis, 872 Florida State, 862 Florida State, 898

Akron, 594 Kentucky, 871

Houston, 847 Oklahoma, 870 Florida, 856 LSU, 863 Arizona State, 1091 North Florida, 880 LSU, 856 LSU, 279 LSU, 868 LSU, 851 LSU, 865

of

Missouri, 897 Augusta, 891 Ball State, 891 Alabama, 883 Florida State, 883 Indiana, 890 Mississippi St., 588 Augusta, 900 Memphis, 903 Mississippi St., 917 Mississippi St., 907 Auburn, 870 Arkansas, 592

NCAA C e n t r a l -I n d i a n a R e g i o n a l

Linger Longer Invitational Spring 2007 10 of 15 Spring 2008 5 of 14 Spring 2011 8 of 13

875 881 879

Georgia, 835 Ole Miss, 856 Alabama, 846

Michigan, University Radrick Farms Intercollegiate Fall 2004 T1 of 14

871

of

of Minnesota, 883

910

Two Tied, 883

of

Chattanooga, 852

North Florida, 846 South Alabama, 571 Wichita St., 565

Ole Miss, 856 Ole Miss, 857 LSU, 860 LSU, 855 Memphis, 587 Memphis, 598

Missouri, University

of

868

Kansas State, 830

842 872

Memphis, 842 Saint Louis, 844

M u rr ay S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Murray State Intercollegiate Fall 1982 2 of 11 Fall 1983 1 of 11 Fall 1984 4 of 12 Fall 1986 2 of 18 Fall 1987 1 of 12 Fall 1989 2nd

1103 906 919 892 872 905

Eastern Ky., 1088 Memphis, 906 W. Kentucky, 908 Kentucky, 891 Memphis, 872 W. Kentucky, 881

NCAA B ow l i n g G r e e n R e g i o n a l

Spring 2012

5 of 14

876

Georgia St., 860

University of Memphis

2012

617 598 619 615 622 901

SMU, 572 LSU, 574 Houston, 580 Houston, 585 UCLA, 1176 Alabama, 859

20 of 26

864

Georgia, 811

N e br a s k a , U n i v e r s i t y

of

Nebraska Fairway Club Invitational Fall 1999 8 of 11 912

UNO/Bailey Lincoln-Mercury Collegiate Spring 1983 15 of 20 967 Spring 1984 8 of 18 935 Spring 1985 4 of 12 609 Spring 1986 2 of 17 896 Spring 1987 1 of 18 896 Spring 1988 1 of 18 861 Spring 1989 8 of 18 620

Kansas, 853

Chattanooga, 859

of

Ole Miss, 907 Ole Miss, 884 LSU, 574 Southeastern La., 895 Memphis, 896 Memphis, 861 Southeastern La., 595

N e w M e x i c o S tat e U n i v e r s i t y 900

Texas Tech, 867

N o r t h C a r o l i n a S tat e U n i v e r s i t y River Landing Intercollegiate Spring 2008 3 of 15 Spring 2009 7 of 15 Wolfpack Intercollegiate Fall 2010 7 of 17 Fall 2011 1 of 16

864 877

Duke, 851 Duke, 850

878 861

N.C. State, 844 Memphis, 861

Oral Roberts Tulsa Hilton Southern Hills Invitational Fall 2000 9 of 18 608

Oral Roberts, 873

O r a n g e L a k e I n t e r c o l l e g i at e

M i s s i s s i p p i S tat e U n i v e r s i t y

Nestle Purina Classic Fall 2003 6 of 9 Missouri Bluffs Challenge Fall 2004 1 of 13 Fall 2005 10 of 14

Michigan, 841

NCAA E a s t R e g i o n a l

LSU, 889

Country Club of Jackson Intercollegiate Spring 1984 7 of 15 896 Spring 1985 9 of 15 913 Spring 1986 T6 of 14 903 Spring 1987 T6 of 15 885 Memphis vs. Mississippi State Dual Match Spring 2004 1 of 2 587 Spring 2010 1 of 2 598

16 of 20 8 of 33 T15 of 41 T26 of 39 28 of 32 28 of 30

NMSU/Coca Cola Classic Fall 1992 7th

931

Bank of America Intercollegiate Spring 2008 11 of 15 890 Reunion Intercollegiate Spring 2009 13 of 15 952 The BancorpSouth Intercollegiate Spring 2010 4 of 15 872 Spring 2011 T9 of 15 586 Spring 2012 T4 of 16 571

893

NCAA C h a m p i o n s h i p

Three Tied, 871

M i n n e s o ta , U n i v e r s i t y PSINet Golf Invitational Fall 2000 10 of 12 Gopher Invitational Fall 2005 9 of 12

11 of 14

New Orleans, University

Mississippi, University

Illinois, 906

Memphis, University

Middle Tenn., 883 Alabama, 873 Arkansas State, 870 South Alabama, 887

Mercer University

of

LSU LSU National Invitational Fall 1983 10 of 15 883 Fall 1984 9 of 12 898 Fall 1985 14 of 15 916 Fall 1986 10 of 12 923 Fall 1987 4 of 12 1103 Country Club of Louisiana Invitational Fall 1999 9 of 18 901 Fall 2000 15 of 15 921 LSU Spring Invitational Spring 2002 T12 of 20 294 Spring 2003 T14 of 18 896 Spring 2004 12 of 17 877 Spring 2005 17 of 17 921

914 918 887 905

Metro Conference Tournament

Murray State, 850

L o u i s i a n a -L a fay e t t e , U n i v e r s i t y Louisiana Classics Spring 2002 Spring 2006 Spring 2007 Spring 2009 Spring 2010 Spring 2011 Spring 2012

Fall 1999 8 of 12 Fall 2000 10 of 16 Fall 2001 8 of 15 Fall 2002 4 of 16 Memphis Intercollegiate Fall 2004 1 of 16 Fall 2005 1 of 15 Fall 2006 6 of 18 Fall 2007 3 of 15 Fall 2008 2 of 16 Fall 2009 T7 of 16 Fall 2010 4 of 15 Spring 2012 2 of 12

Spring 1984

Spring 1986

9 of 15

912

LSU, 860

P a n h a n d l e I n t e r c o l l e g i at e 7 of 15

925

Columbus, 908

Pepperdine University The ClubGlove Intercollegiate Fall 2007 T9 of 12

949

Pepperdine, 905

Rice University Rice Intercollegiate Spring 2005 2 of 15 Spring 2008 4 of 12

585 887

North Texas, 584 Baylor, 878

S a m H o u s t o n S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Woodlands Intercollegiate Fall 1995 T14th

622

Jackson State, 595

South Alabama, University South Alabama Fall Invitational Fall 1992 9th 611 Fall 1993 T8th 954 Robert Trent Jones Fall Invitational Fall 1994 9th 929 Fall 1995 7th 937

Tigers Fall Sports Fact Book

of

Tulsa, 596 South Alabama, 876 Troy State, 861 South Alabama, 883

2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Fall Beach Classic Fall 1996 14th Fall 1998 5th Fall 2001 6 of 12 Fall 2002 5 of 13 Fall 2003 4 of 15 USA Spring Golf Classic Spring 2007 6 of 12 Mobile Bay Intercollegiate Spring 2008 3 of 12 Spring 2009 14 of 16 Spring 2010 8 of 18 Spring 2011 6 of 15 Spring 2012 2 of 15

899 868 865 859 839

South Alabama, 858 South Alabama, 853 Arkansas State, 844 Kentucky, 845 USF, 836

865

Chattanooga, 847

879 941 887 882 859

Louisville, 873 Mississippi State, 888 Ole Miss, 877 MTSU, 863 MTSU, 858

S o u t h C a r o l i n a -A i k e n Palmetto Intercollegiate Spring 2004 5 of 14

870

Southeastern La., 896

Southern Mississippi, University

of

928 915

LSU, 870 LSU, 878

919

SE Louisiana, 897

909 905

Louisiana St., 875 Georgia State, 872

920

Sam Houston, 889

927

Southern Miss, 889

869

Southern Miss, 848

846 854 845

Southeastern La., 846 Kennesaw State, 839 UAB, 836

S t . M a ry ’ s C o l l e g e St. Mary’s Invitational Fall 2007 T6 of 18 Fall 2009 T8 of 16

888 902

Baylor, 878 Nevada, 869

Tennessee, University MacGregor Tournament of Champions Fall 1991 T13th 903 Coca-Cola Tournament of Champions Fall 2003 T13 of 15 887

of Auburn, 869

895

Spring 1985

11 of 19

946

Ohio State, 899

925

UAB, 891

869

Southeastern La., 853

877 881 923 908

Minnesota, 851 Michigan State, 851 Texas A&M, 870 Tulsa, 868

USF Pepsi Invitational Spring 1987 9 of 16 Spring 1988 T6 of 14 Spring 1989 T9 of 15 Spring 1990 T13th Spring 1991 5th Spring 1992 13th USF Invitational Spring 1993 12th Spring 1994 13th Spring 1995 16th Spring 2003 10 of 15 Ron Smith Invitational Spring 1996 15th Spring 1997 T4th Spring 1998 9th Spring 1999 T4 of 17 Spring 2000 T16 of 18 Spring 2001 15 of 18 Spring 2002 9 of 18

892 911 902 924 887 907

Tennessee, 854 Virginia, 891 North Carolina, 867 UCF, 879 Ole Miss, 570 UCF, 871

939 923 937 931

Georgia, 886 Texas Christian South Alabama, 890 Jacksonville St., 902

919 915 878 894 915 917 602

USF, 870 VCU, 884 VCU, 841 VCU, 882 Fla. Southern, 863 Charleston, 859 Ga. Southern, 574

V a n d e rb i lt U n i v e r s i t y Music City Intercollegiate Spring 1989 T9th Spring 1990 T3rd Spring 1991 2nd Spring 1992 8th Spring 1993 T8th Spring 1994 6th Mason Rudolph Championship Fall 2006 5 of 14 Fall 2008 7 of 17 Fall 2009 8 of 17 Fall 2010 1 of 17 Fall 2011 5 of 14

903 874 918 913 908 584

Miami, 880 UCF, 856 Vanderbilt, 916 Southeastern La., 893 Georgia, 870 Georgia, 572

888 Mississippi, 876 864 South Carolina, 839 567 MTSU/South Carolina, 556 842 Memphis, 842 856 MTSU, 844

V i rg i n i a , U n i v e r s i t y

of

Omni Hotel Collegiate Invitational Spring 1987 10 of 14 925

N.C. State, 899

W.C . M c L a u g h l i n T o u r n e y

Spring 1986

1 of 12

601

Tournament Victories Mid-America Intercollegiate Mid-America Intercollegiate Mid-America Intercollegiate Metro Conference Championship Murray State Invitational Murray State Invitational W.T. McGlaughlin Invitational UNO/Bailey Lincoln-Mercury Metro Conference Championship Hillman Robbins Memorial Dixie Intercollegiate Great Midwest Conference Champ. Blue Demon Invitational Matlock Collegiate Classic Radrick Farms Intercollegiate Memphis Intercollegiate Missouri Bluffs Challenge Memphis Intercollegiate CSU Spring Kick Off Mason Rudolph Championship Wolfpack Intercollegiate Conference USA Championship

Tiger Medalists Don Sargent Steve Metz Gregg Gill Tim Roop Troy Witham Troy Witham Clint Clement Alan Weant Keven Fortin-Simard Andy Shiels Allan Thomas Keven Fortin-Simard Ian Rochester Keven Fortin-Simard Keven Fortin-Simard Kyle Peterman Brad Benjamin Robbie Greenwell Ian Rochester Jack Belote Jonathan Fly Jonathan Fly

W.T. McLaughlin Tourn. Dixie Intercollegiate Metro Conference Tourn. Glenn “Red” Jacoby Col. Music City Intercollegiate Great Midwest Conf. C-USA Championship Blue Demon Invitational Radrick Farms Inter. Missouri Bluffs Challenge Memphis Intercollegiate Memphis Intercollegiate Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate The Border Olympics All-American Intercollegiate Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate Palisades Collegiate Classic Linger Longer Invitational CSU Spring Kick Off Mason Rudolph Championship Conference USA Championship BancorpSouth Intercollegiate

*From 1982-2012

Memphis, 601

W yo m i n g , U n i v e r s i t y

of

857

Hawaii, 844

X av i e r U n i v e r s i t y 886

Xavier, 868

* Tournament results from 1982-2008

Ole Miss, 845 Campbell, 848 Fla. Gulf Coast, 861 Lamar, 877 Chattanooga, 862

University of Memphis

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1973 1974 1975 1976 1978 1983 1985 1987 1988 1990 1990 1992 2002 2004 2004 (tie) 2004 2004 2005 2008 2010 2011 2012

*From 1973 to 2012

** Bold indicates first-place Memphis finish

UCF Gary Koch/Cleveland Invitational Fall 1998 3rd 866 Rio Pinar Intercollegiate Fall 2001 11 of 15 878 Fall 2002 5 of 14 881 Spring 2006 8 of 18 901 Spring 2007 15 of 18 906

7 of 12 11 of 12 11 of 12 5 of 12

St. Croix Collegiate Classic Spring 2005 10 of 17

Tulane University Deep South Intercollegiate Fall 1999 3 of 18

Lamar, 563 Louisville, 860 Duke, 869

UNC W i l m i n g t o n Landfall Tradition Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006

Glenn “Red” Jacoby Collegiate Fall 1990 3rd

T r oy S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Troy State Trojan Classic Fall 1994 12th

UCF, 846 UCF, 851

UNC G r e e n s b o r o

Georgia, 866

T i g e r P o i n t I n t e r c o l l e g i at e

877 900

Bridgestone Golf Intercollegiate Spring 2006 11 of 12 618 Fall 2007 10 of 15 881 Fall 2008 11 of 14 898

Vanderbilt, 849

T e n n e s s e e S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Michelob Intercollegiate Fall 1983 8 of 18

11 of 18 T17 21

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1986 1987 1988 1990 1991 1992 1996 2002 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2008 2008 2010 2011 2012

M GOLF

USM/Laurel C.C. Invitational Fall 1984 14 of 18 Fall 1985 8 of 15 Deep South Intercollegiate Fall 1997 T11 The Bridges All-American Spring 1999 12 of 19 Spring 2000 T11 of 18 Beau Rivage College Classic Spring 2001 9 of 16 Gulf Coast Classic Spring 2002 12 of 15 Cellular One Raising Cane Classic Fall 2002 4 of 17 Sam Hall Intercollegiate Fall 2009 T2 of 15 Fall 2010 T8 of 15 Fall 2011 4 of 15

Spring 2008 Spring 2009

South Carolina, 847

Southeastern Louisiana University Carter Plantation Intercollegiate Spring 2006 6 of 12 911

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C o n f e r e n c e USA C h a m p i o n s h i p H i s t o r y 8. Southern Miss 9. Marquette USF Memphis 12. Saint Louis

1996 The Peninsula Golf Course Lake Norman, N.C. Par 72 • 7,075 Yards

M GOLF

Team 1. Charlotte 2. USF 3. UAB Memphis 5. Louisville 6. Tulane 7. Saint Louis 8. Cincinnati Southern Miss 10. Marquette 11. DePaul

To Par +18 +19 +23 +23 +24 +29 +32 +33 +33 +66 +84

Rd. 1 292 291 289 301 303 305 302 304 297 300 318

Individual Top 10 1. Clint Clement, Memphis 2. Matt McClure, Louisville 3. Chris Colli, USF 4. Jack Abney, Tulane 5. Paul Carpenter, Charlotte Phil Meadows, Southern Miss 7. Andrew Laurence, UAB Kevin Weidenweber, Cincinnati 9. Willie Kent, Saint Louis Jason Roby, Southern Miss

Rd. 2 296 293 296 294 288 297 294 295 298 320 316

Rd. 3 294 299 302 292 297 291 300 298 302 310 314

Total 882 883 887 887 888 893 896 897 897 930 948

(-5) 69-71-71 - 211 (-3) 73-64-76 - 213 (-2) 68-74-72 - 214 (-1) 76-62-67 - 215 (E) 70-74-72 - 216 (E) 72-70-74 - 216 (+1) 69-74-73 - 217 (+1) 72-74-71 - 217 (+2) 74-72-72 - 218 (+2) 72-72-74 - 218

1997 Columbia Lakes Country Club West Columbia, Texas Par 72 • 6,975 Yards Team 1. Houston 2. UAB 3. USF 4. Louisville Memphis 6. Charlotte 7. Marquette 8. Tulane Saint Louis 10. Southern Miss 11. Cincinnati 12. DePaul

To Par +11 +26 +51 +53 +53 +64 +65 +69 +69 +75 +84 +101

Rd. 1 293 302 305 310 315 298 304 310 303 316 318 320

Individual Top 10 1. Chris Devlin, UAB 2. Victor Schwamkrug, Houston 3. Mike Brennan, Houston 4. Blair Scurlock, Memphis 5. Jeff Burns, Houston 6. Jason McPherson, Charlotte 7. Mark Turnesa, USF Paul Dickinson, UAB Mike Johnston, Marquette Andrew Laurence, UAB Chris Morris, Houston

Rd. 2 292 291 304 296 308 323 317 306 327 312 319 326

Rd. 3 290 297 306 311 294 307 308 317 303 311 311 319

Total 875 890 915 917 917 928 929 933 933 939 948 965

(-3) 72-71-70 - 213 (-2) 74-69-71 - 214 (+2) 71-75-72 - 218 (+3) 74-72-73 - 219 (+5) 71-77-73 - 221 (+9) 72-77-76 - 225 (+10) 80-76-70 - 226 (+10) 78-76-72 - 226 (+10) 72-80-74 - 226 (+10) 77-71-78 - 226 (+10) 77-71-78 - 226

1998 Columbia Lakes Country Club West Columbia, Texas Par 72 • 6,975 Yards Team 1. Houston 2. Charlotte 3. Louisville 4. DePaul 5. UAB 6. Tulane 7. Cincinnati

To Par +20 +39 +42 +44 +46 +50 +51

Rd. 1 291 296 297 296 303 305 310

Rd. 2 302 305 309 303 300 310 302

Rd. 3 291 302 300 309 308 299 303

Total 884 903 906 908 910 914 915

+52 +57 +57 +57 +69

299 302 306 311 311

Individual Top 10 1. Kris Maffet, Louisville 2. Chris Morris, Houston 3. Greg Howell, Southern Miss 4. Brad Faulkner, Louisville V. Schwamkrug, Houston 6. Andy Sanders, Houston Justin Alfond, Tulane S.VanDenHeever, Charlotte 9. Doug Kruep, Saint Louis Brian Coffman, DePaul Atsushi Kozaki, USF Chris Devlin, UAB

312 308 303 307 313

305 311 312 303 309

916 921 921 921 933

(+1) 72-73-72 - 217 (+3) 72-73-74 - 219 (+4) 73-74-73 - 220 (+7) 75-78-70 - 223 (+7) 72-81-70 - 223 (+8) 71-80-73 - 224 (+8) 72-77-75 - 224 (+8) 73-75-76 - 224 (+9) 74-79-72 - 225 (+9) 70-81-74 - 225 (+9) 82-70-73 - 225 (+9) 74-76-75 - 225

1999 The Club at Hidden Creek Navarre, Fla. Par 72 • 6,844 Yards Team 1. Houston 2. Charlotte 3. Memphis 4. UAB USF 6. Southern Miss 7. Cincinnati 8. Marquette 9. DePaul 10. Saint Louis 11. Louisville 12. Tulane

To Par -18 +8 +13 +18 +18 +20 +23 +36 +38 +41 +50 +82

Rd. 1 282 300 293 296 286 297 295 302 299 303 303 309

Individual Top 10 1. Andy Sanders, Houston 2. Blair Scurlock, Memphis B.J. Staten, Houston 4. V. Schwamkrug, Houston 5. Wade Ormsby, Houston 6. Mike Johnston, Marquette Nathan Rogers, Southern Miss Andy Crabtree, USF 9. S. VanDenHeever, Charlotte Chris Devlin, UAB Neal Kauffman, Charlotte

Rd. 2 282 283 298 293 302 295 296 300 307 297 304 324

Rd. 3 281 289 286 293 294 292 297 298 296 305 307 313

Total 845 872 877 882 882 884 887 900 902 905 914 946

(-7) 70-71-68 - 209 (-6) 73-71-66 - 210 (-6) 68-70-72 - 210 (-3) 72-71-70 - 213 (-1) 72-70-73 - 215 (E) 70-69-77 - 216 (E) 75-70-71 - 216 (E) 73-71-72 - 216 (+1) 74-70-73 - 217 (+1) 69-71-77 - 217 (+1) 77-71-69 - 217

2000 The Club at Hidden Creek Navarre, Fla. Par 72 • 6,844 Yards Team 1. Houston 2. UAB 3. USF 4. Louisville 5. Charlotte 6. Southern Miss 7. Cincinnati 8. Memphis 9. Tulane 10. Saint Louis 11. DePaul 12. Marquette

To Par -7 +15 +20 +25 +31 +33 +34 +45 +46 +52 +53 +57

Rd. 1 285 292 289 297 299 309 305 299 306 308 302 312

Individual Top 10 1. Andy Sanders, Houston 2. Chris Devlin, UAB B.J. Staten, Houston 4. J. Edmondson, Houston

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Rd. 2 289 299 302 294 300 297 298 308 293 306 298 302

Rd. 3 283 288 293 298 296 291 295 302 311 302 317 307

Total 857 879 884 889 895 897 898 909 910 916 917 921

(-4) 70-71-71 - 212 (-1) 72-73-70 - 215 (-1) 73-73-69 - 215 (+1) 72-73-72 - 217

5. Chris Morris, Houston Chris Campbell, Louisville Nick Lykins, Cincinnati 8. Brett Hitchcock, USF Wade Ormsby, Houston 10. Justin Emil, Southern Miss Colin Wright, Memphis

(+2) 74-73-71 - 218 (+2) 74-72-72 - 218 (+2) 73-72-73 - 218 (+3) 71-76-72 - 219 (+3) 70-72-77 - 219 (+4) 74-74-72 - 220 (+4) 71-76-73 - 220

2001 The Club at Hidden Creek Navarre, Fla. Par 72 • 6,795 Yards Team 1. Houston 2. UAB 3. Southern Miss Louisville USF 6. Memphis 7. Marquette 8. Cincinnati 9. DePaul 10. Charlotte 11. Tulane 12. Saint Louis

To Par +8 +24 +35 +35 +38 +46 +52 +58 +59 +61 +65 +72

Rd. 1 290 296 295 298 298 307 306 296 309 297 307 313

Individual Top 10 1. Brad McIntosh, Houston 2. Chris Campbell, Louisville 3. Simon Robinson, Houston 4. Mike Shamp, Charlotte Tele Wightman, USF 6. Wade Ormsby, Houston Brett Hitchcock, USF 8. Tim Yelverton, Southern Miss Daniel Ozley, UAB 10. Payton Osborn, UAB Grant Sturgeon, Louisville Andy Sanders, Houston

Rd. 2 292 293 302 300 295 300 307 311 302 311 317 305

Rd. 3 290 299 302 301 309 303 303 315 312 317 305 318

Total 872 888 899 899 902 910 916 922 923 925 929 936

(-2) 72-73-69 - 214 (-1) 69-74-72 - 215 (+1) 72-72-73 - 217 (+2) 71-71-76 - 218 (+2) 68-76-74 - 218 (+3) 74-72-73 - 219 (+3) 70-71-78 - 219 (+4) 73-75-72 - 220 (+4) 73-73-74 - 220 (+6) 76-70-76 - 222 (+6) 75-70-77 - 222 (+6) 72-75-75 - 222

2002 The Club at Hidden Creek Navarre, Fla. Par 72 • 6,795 Yards Team 1. TCU 2. Houston 3. Southern Miss 4. USF 5. Louisville 6. UAB 7. East Carolina 8. Charlotte 9. Memphis 10. Tulane 11. Cincinnati 12. DePaul 13. Saint Louis 14. Marquette

To Par -6 E +5 +10 +12 +14 +16 +21 +23 +28 +32 +39 +45 +56

Rd. 1 291 294 291 293 294 295 299 292 300 298 300 304 306 305

Individual Top 10 1. Bret Guetz, TCU 2. Evan Frederick, Saint Louis 3. Simon Robinson, Houston 4. Jason Harris, East Carolina 5. Tim Yelverton, Southern Miss 6. Ryan Thomas, UAB 7. Grant Sturgeon, Louisville Chris Wheeler, Tulane Tele Wightman, USF Ricky Carrillo, USF Brett Jones, Louisville Adam Robinson, TCU

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Rd. 2 283 290 291 289 294 284 291 298 290 296 294 295 300 306

Rd. 3 284 280 287 292 288 299 290 295 297 298 302 304 303 309

Total 858 864 869 874 876 878 880 885 887 892 896 903 909 920

(-11) 66-68-71 - 205 (-7) 69-67-73 - 209 (-6) 74-69-67 - 210 (-5) 69-71-71 - 211 (-4) 74-71-67 - 212 (-2) 70-68-76 - 214 (-1) 74-70-71 - 215 (-1) 68-76-71 - 215 (-1) 70-72-73 - 215 (-1) 72-71-72 - 215 (-1) 70-73-72 - 215 (-1) 73-73-69 - 215

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2005

The Lake Jovita Golf and Country Club Dade City, Fla. Par 71 • 7,083 Yards

Grand Bear Golf Club Gulfport, Miss. Par 72 • 7,093 Yards

Team 1. TCU 2. UAB 3. USF 4. Houston 5. Louisville 6. Southern Miss 7. Memphis 8. East Carolina Marquette 10. Tulane 11. Charlotte 12. Cincinnati 13. Saint Louis 14. DePaul

To Par +10 +17 +24 +27 +29 +31 +36 +40 +40 +42 +48 +58 +60 +95

Rd. 1 288 288 290 289 298 292 295 297 298 297 285 299 308 309

Rd. 3 285 289 282 301 298 296 295 298 296 297 306 302 309 314

Total 862 869 876 879 881 883 888 892 892 894 900 910 912 947

(-4) 68-70-71 - 209 (-1) 70-69-73 - 212 (E) 72-73-68 - 213 (E) 70-70-73 - 213 (E) 73-72-68 - 213 (+1) 69-72-73 - 214 (+2) 72-74-69 - 215 (+4) 75-66-76 - 217 (+4) 75-71-71 - 217 (+5) 73-73-72 - 218 (+5) 72-73-73 - 218 (+5) 72-69-77 - 218

Team 1. TCU 2. Charlotte 3. Tulane 4. UAB 5. Louisville 6. Houston 7. Memphis 8. Southern Miss 9. Marquette 10. East Carolina 11 Cincinnati 12. DePaul USF 14. Saint Louis

Individual Top 10 1. Colby Beckstrom, TCU Drew Stoltz, TCU 3. David Schultz, TCU 4. James Sacheck, TCU 5. Garrett Osborn, UAB 6. Chris Wheeler, Tulane Robin Smith, East Carolina 8. Matt Mincer, Charlotte Derek Fathauer, Louisville 10. Ryan Thomas, UAB

Individual Top 10 1. Adam Meyer, TCU 2. Ray Sheedy, Charlotte 3. Matt Mincer, Charlotte 4. Scott McNeil, Charlotte Clark Brown, UAB David Schultz, TCU 7. Oscar Fraustro, USF Zach Mowbray, Houston Ricky Romano, Houston Alan Weant, Memphis

Rd. 1 286 301 298 300 305 297 308 304 308 309 305 317 316 322

Rd. 2 286 286 293 294 292 307 293 298 301 296 298 291 312 318

Rd. 3 287 284 289 288 288 290 296 296 289 297 305 302 308 310

Rd. 2 282 290 294 296 298 296 300 303 308 308 307 307 302 325

Rd. 3 281 288 289 295 289 298 297 299 287 300 302 297 301 301

Total 841 867 872 877 883 887 898 900 901 905 918 919 919 939

(-7) 67-71-71- 209 (-7) 70-69-70 - 209 (-4) 72-69-71 - 212 (-3) 69-75-69 - 213 (-2) 68-72-74 - 214 (-1) 72-73-70 - 215 (-1) 66-74-75 - 215 (E) 74-70-72 - 216 (E) 74-68-74 - 216 (+1) 73-75-69 - 217

2006

2004

To Par -5 +7 +16 +18 +21 +30 +33 +34 +34 +38 +42 +44 +72 +86

Rd. 1 278 289 289 286 296 293 301 298 306 297 309 315 316 313

Old Waverly Golf Club West Point, Miss. Par 72 • 7,000 Yards

The Lake Jovita Golf and Country Club Dade City, Fla. Par 72 • 7,153 Yards Team 1. TCU 2. Charlotte 3. Southern Miss 4. UAB 5. USF 6. Houston 7. Tulane 8. Louisville Memphis 10. Marquette 11. East Carolina 12. Saint Louis 13. Cincinnati 14. DePaul

To Par -23 +3 +8 +13 +19 +23 +24 +26 +27 +31 +54 +55 +55 +75

Total 859 871 880 882 885 894 897 898 898 902 908 910 936 950

(-10) 68-69-69- 206 (-1) 76-70-69 - 215 (+1) 76-72-69 - 217 (+2) 72-76-70 - 218 (+2) 75-72-71 - 218 (+2) 73-72-73 - 218 (+3) 75-74-70 - 219 (+3) 73-76-70 - 219 (+3) 74-74-71 - 219 (+3) 73-72-74 - 219

Team 1. SMU 2. UCF 3. Tulsa 4. Memphis 5. Houston 6. UAB 7. Rice East Carolina 9. Southern Miss 10. Marshall 11. UTEP 12. Tulane

To Par -19 -13 -11 -8 +1 +5 +12 +12 +13 +23 +32 +73

Rd. 1 278 288 285 276 285 286 286 296 292 302 291 308

Individual Top 10 1. Will Dodson, SMU 2. Sonny Nimkhum, UCF 3. Brad Benjamin, Memphis 4. Colt Knost, SMU 5. Garrett Osborn, UAB Mitch Cohlmia, Tulsa Sam Korbe, Tulsa Kyle Kelley, Rice 9. B. DeStefano, SMU Zack Sucher, UAB

Rd. 2 291 283 287 289 280 291 295 297 291 297 311 315

Rd. 3 276 280 281 291 300 292 295 283 294 288 294 314

Total 845 851 853 856 865 869 876 876 877 887 896 937

(-13) 70-68-65 - 203 (-8) 72-66-70 - 208 (-7) 67-73-69 - 209 (-6) 66-75-69 - 210 (-4) 69-72-71 - 212 (-4) 71-72-69 - 212 (-4) 69-74-69 - 212 (-4) 69-72-71 - 212 (-3) 70-74-69 - 213 (-3) 72-71-70 - 213

2007 Texarkana Country Club Texarkana, Ark. Par 72 • 6,935 Yards Team 1. Tulsa 2. UAB 3. Southern Miss 4. SMU 5. Houston

University of Memphis

To Par -9 +11 +14 +20 +21

Rd. 1 285 296 293 301 295

2012

Rd. 2 285 286 294 287 291

Rd. 3 285 291 291 296 299

Total 855 875 878 884 885

+22 +27 +27 +33 +36 +60

296 288 291 300 302 296

291 300 297 293 302 309

Individual Top 10 1. Garrett Osborn, UAB 2. Nicolas Geyger, Tulsa Jordan Irwin, Houston Brett Meyers, Tulsa 5. Shawn Warren, Marshall 6. Ian Rochester, Memphis Roger Sloan, UTEP 8. Ryan Henry, Tulsa Kyle Ramey, Southern Miss 10. Mitch Cohlmia, Tulsa Sam Korbe, Tulsa

299 303 303 304 296 319

886 891 891 897 900 924

(-4) 69-73-70 - 212 (-3) 71-75-67 - 213 (-3) 71-69-73 - 213 (-3) 72-69-72 - 213 (E) 73-73-70 - 216 (+1) 71-72-74 - 217 (+1) 76-69-72 - 217 (+2) 68-72-78 - 218 (+2) 73-72-73 - 218 (+3) 74-74-71 - 219 (+3) 74-70-75 - 219

2008 Texarkana Country Club Texarkana, Ark. Par 72 • 6,935 Yards Team 1. UAB 2. Southern Miss 3. Memphis 4. SMU 5. Tulsa 6. Houston 7. East Carolina 8. UTEP 9. UCF 10. Marshall 11. Rice

To Par -7 +2 +4 +9 +12 +13 +15 +21 +24 +35 +38

Rd. 1 283 286 277 295 291 282 289 297 287 307 293

Rd. 2 291 288 291 286 297 290 300 294 292 292 299

Individual Top 10 1. Zach Zucher, UAB 2. Brad Smith, UAB 3. Paul Apyan, Southern Miss Rob Laird, Tulsa 5. Robbie Greenwell, Memphis 6. Andre Thorsen, East Carolina Nicolas Gyeger, Tulsa 8. Ben Tewes, SMU Brandon Bunn, Memphis Dan Kleckner, SMU

Rd. 3 283 292 300 292 288 305 290 294 302 300 310

Total 857 866 868 873 876 877 879 885 888 899 902

(-9) 68-66-73 - 207 (-7) 68-75-66 - 209 (-6) 68-69-73 - 210 (-6) 71-68-71 - 210 (-3) 68-73-72 - 213 (E) 72-72-72 - 216 (E) 73-74-69 - 216 (+1) 73-69-75 - 217 (+1) 70-72-75 - 217 (+1) 73-71-73 - 217

2009 RedTail Golf Club Sorrento, Fla. Par 72 • 7,152 Yards Team 1. UCF 2. SMU 3. UAB 4. Memphis 5. Tulsa 6. East Carolina 7. Houston 8. Rice 9. Southern Miss 10. UTEP 11. Marshall

To Par -17 -12 -3 +2 +9 +11 +14 +21 +22 +31 +57

Rd. 1 279 284 286 289 291 289 290 292 301 290 302

Individual Top 10 1. Simon Ward, UCF 2. Blayne Barber, UCF 3. Zach Sucher, UAB 4. Draegen Majors, SMU 5. Nicolas Geyger, Tulsa 6. Kelly Krat, SMU Brady Shivers, Houston

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Rd. 2 286 285 287 291 298 291 300 300 297 308 304

Rd. 3 262 283 288 286 284 295 288 293 288 297 315

Total 847 852 861 866 873 875 878 885 886 895 921

(-11) 69-68-68 - 205 (-9) 68-69-70 - 207 (-7) 68-69-72 - 209 (-6) 70-68-72 - 210 (-5) 71-69-71 - 211 (-4) 72-70-70 - 212 (-4) 69-74-69 - 212

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Individual Top 10 1. Russell Killough, Charlotte 2. Adam Meyer, TCU 3. Oscar Fraustro, USF Brett Callas, Houston Alan Weant, Memphis 6. Adam Rubinson, TCU 7. Ryan Thomas, UAB 8. Brett Jones, Louisville T. Van Leeuwen, UAB 10. Evan Frederick, Saint Louis Mark Anderson, Louisville John Wine, Houston

Rd. 2 289 292 304 289 285 295 298 297 298 300 309 309 295 324

6. UCF T7. Memphis UTEP 9. Marshall 10. East Carolina 11. Rice

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Team 1. UCF 2. Southern Miss Rice 4. SMU 5. Tulsa 6. East Carolina 7. Houston 8. UAB 9. Memphis 10. UTEP 11. Marshall

To Par -6 +12 +12 +15 +19 +20 +23 +26 +35 +40 +44

Rd. 1 292 304 295 303 297 301 303 311 300 311 314

Individual Top 10 1. Christopher Brown, Rice 2. Wes Carter, Southern Miss Nuno Henriques, UCF Connor Arendell, UCF Brad Schneider, UCF 6. Harold Varner, East Carolina Simon Ward, UCF Rob Laird, Tulsa 9. Kelly Kraft, SMU 10. Michael Whitehead, Rice John Darby, UAB

Rd. 2 288 292 290 291 295 294 295 289 301 304 301

Rd. 3 278 280 291 285 291 289 289 290 298 299 303

Total 858 876 876 879 883 884 887 890 899 914 918

T4. UAB T4. SMU 6. Houston 7. Tulsa 8. Marshall 9. Southern Miss 10. UTEP 11. Rice

+9 +9 +20 +24 +28 +30 +34 +51

292 284 292 301 286 296 297 309

Individual Top 10 1. Greg Eason, UCF T2. Jack Belote, Memphis T2. Max Buckley, SMU 4. Martin Simonsen, UTEP T5. Jonathan Fly, Memphis T5. Bosten Miller, Marshall T5. Roman Robledo, Houston 8. Ricardo Gouveia, UCF 9. Kyle Wilshire, UCF T10. Nick Brown, Southern Miss T10. Harold Varner, ECU T10. David Watkins, ECU

291 300 296 296 309 303 299 296

290 289 296 291 297 295 302 310

873 873 884 888 892 894 898 915

(-8) 70-68-70 - 208 (-7) 68-71-70 - 209 (-7) 68-72-69 - 209 (-4) 72-67-73 - 212 (-2) 69-72-72 - 214 (-2) 72-71-71 - 214 (-2) 70-68-76 - 214 (-1) 72-71-72 - 215 (E) 72-72-72 - 216 (+1) 72-73-72 - 217 (+1) 74-74-69 - 217 (+1) 73-70-74 - 217

(-7) 70-69-70 - 209 (-2) 77-70-67 - 214 (-2) 74-74-66 - 214 (-2) 73-74-67 - 214 (-2) 73-68-73 - 214 (E) 77-70-69 - 216 (E) 72-72-72 - 216 (E) 69-72-75 - 216 (+1) 74-73-70 - 217 (+2) 72-75-71 - 218 (+2) 76-72-70 - 218

2011 Texarkana Country Club Texarkana, Ark. Par 72 • 6,935 Yards Team 1. UCF 2. Memphis 3. Tulsa 4. Houston UAB 6. East Carolina 7. Marshall 8. SMU Southern Miss 10. Rice 11. UTEP

To Par -2 E +4 +7 +7 +10 +14 +20 +20 +34 +45

Rd. 1 293 281 289 288 291 289 293 278 291 295 309

Individual Top 10 1. Jonathan Fly, Memphis 2. Greg Eason, UCF 3. David Watkins, ECU 4. John Young Kim, Tulsa 5. Curtis Reed, Houston Johannes Veerman, Tulsa 7. Brad Schneider, UCF Derek Plucienski, So. Miss. Harold Varner, ECU Roberto Ruiz, UTEP

Rd. 2 289 299 288 297 294 295 293 313 297 306 301

Rd. 3 280 284 291 286 286 290 292 293 296 297 299

Total 862 864 868 871 871 874 878 884 884 898 909

(-7) 67-73-69 - 209 (-6) 69-72-69 - 210 (-5) 69-74-68 - 211 (-4) 72-68-72 - 212 (-2) 70-73-71 - 214 (-2) 71-71-72 - 214 (-1) 73-72-70 - 215 (-1) 74-71-70 - 215 (-1) 72-74-69 - 215 (-1) 73-71-71 - 215

2012 Texarkana Country Club Texarkana, Ark. Par 72 • 6,935 Yards Team 1. Memphis 2. UCF 3. East Carolina

To Par -5 -3 +5

Rd. 1 282 290 295

Rd. 2 289 284 287

Rd. 3 288 287 287

Total 859 861 869

University of Memphis

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Memphis Individuals Ted Butler Steve Busch Richard Ellers Russ Glover Greg Powers

1954 NCAA Championship Houston, Texas Spring 1954 National Champion SMU

617

Individual Champion Hillman Robbins

Memphis

Memphis Individuals Bill Garner Mason Rudolph Hillman Robbins Bonnie Wenzler

2012 NCAA Bowling Green Regional Western Kentucky University Bowling Green, Ky. May 17-19, 2012 Par 72 • 7,248 Yards

National Champion UCLA

1,176 (301-295-293)

Team Champion Chattanooga

859 (294-281-284)

Memphis Finish 28 of 32

622 (310-312)

Memphis Finish 5 of 14

876 (295-287-294)

National Champion LSU

574

Memphis Finish 8 of 33

598

Tournament Medalist Joe Campbell

Oklahoma State

Memphis Individuals T54. Steve Metz T141. Gregg Gill T146. Mack Maness 173. Fred Mangum 180. Tim Manus

284 (74-76-70-68)

Medalist Stephen Jaeger

301 (76-71-76-78) 155 (80-75) 156 (77-79) 164 (77-87) 172 (85-87)

Memphis Individuals T3. Jonathan Fly T19. Jack Belote T26. Will Pearson T39. Steve Lee T57. Grant Milner

Chattanooga

211 (68-73-70) 220 (74-71-75) 222 (77-69-76) 225 (76-76-73) 233 (83-74-76)

2012

2008 NCAA East Regional Council Fire Golf Club Chattanooga, Tenn. May 15-17, 2008 Par 71 • 6,961 Yards

Purdue

203 (70-67-66)

NCAA Championship Riviera Country Club Los Angeles, Calif. May 29-31, 2012 Par 71 • 7,292 Yards

1964

Team Champion Georgia

811 (265-271-275)

Team Champion Alabama

859 (285-287-287)

NCAA Championship Broadmoor Spring 1964

Memphis Finish T20 of 27

864 (289-291-284)

Memphis Finish 28 of 30

901 (299-302-300)

National Champion Houston

580

Memphis Finish T15 of 41

619

Tournament Medalist Terry Small Memphis Individuals N/A

San Jose St.

Medalist Russell Henley Zach Sucher

Georgia UAB

Memphis Individuals T58. Robbie Greenwell T65. Brandon Bunn T65. Ian Rochester T87. Brad Benjamin 140. Kyle Ritchie

200 (66-68-66) 200 (69-62-69) 215 (72-71-72) 216 (73-74-69) 216 (75-71-70) 219 (71-75-73) 151 (73-D-78)

Illinois

Memphis Individuals T69. Jonathan Fly T105. Jack Belote T105. Steve Lee T135. Will Pearson T148. Grant Milner

2011

1967

NCAA Central-Indiana Regional Indiana University Zionsville, Ind. May 19-21, 2011 Par 71 • 7,025 Yards

NCAA Championship Shawnee on the Delaware Country Club Shawnee, Pa. Spring 1967 National Champion Houston

585

Team Champion Michigan

841 (278-288-275)

Memphis Finish T26 of 39

615

Memphis Finish 11 of 14

893 (292-297-304)

Tournament Medalist Hale Irwin

Medalist Thomas Pieters

Colorado

Medalist Lion Kim Luke Guthrie

University of Memphis

Michigan Illinois

2012

205 (71-69-65) 205 (69-71-65)

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208 (69-68-71) 223 (71-71-81) 227 (79-76-72) 227 (76-76-75) 232 (79-79-74) 235 (73-83-79)

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NCAA Championship Tennessee Spring 1955

Memphis Individuals N/A

1988

Medalist E.J. Pfister

1955

217 (68-72-77) 222 (71-75-76) 228 (75-75-78) 228 (78-75-75) 229 (78-75-76)

NCAA Championship University of Southern California North Ranch Country Club Thousand Oaks, Calif. May 25-28, 1988

572

Memphis Finish 16 of 20

Memphis Individuals T20. Jack Belote T34. Jonathan Fly T53. Grant Milner T53. Steve Lee T57. Lexus Keoninh

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All-Time Roster - A Gavin Aldridge Kody Alexander Cobb Andrews David Apperson

2004-06 2008-12 2000, 2002-03 1978-79

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- B Kirk Bailey Bobby Baxbaum Joey Bell Jack Belote Brad Benjamin Gary Bennett Mark Blaze Billy Bowie Ed Brantley Philip Breeding Ashley Brown Micky Brown Billy Buchanan Brandon Bunn Steve Busch Ted Butler Bobby Buxbaum

1974-77 1948 1986-87 2008-12 2005-09 1970-72 1989-92 1972-73 1957-59 2006-10 1994-96 1961 1970-72 2006-10 1966-69 1966-69 1948

- C Don Campbell Larry Campbell Dan Chartrand Lee Cheairs Don Cheek Maurice Chron Ray Clark Lewis Clarke Clint Clement Tim Cobb Chris Conlee Todd Conine Matt Cooper Carlson Cox Bob Crenshaw Ed Crenshaw Donnie Cude

1972-73 1961-64 1997-00 1978-80 1949-50 1956 1961-65 2003-07 1993-96 1990-91 1993-94 1989-90 1998-01 2008-12 1950-53 1956-58 1981-84

- D Joe Dawn Alan Davis Bobby Dick Gene Dixon

1974 1953-54 1982-85 1958-60

- E Richard Eller Clayton Ellis Stephan Erdedi Gary Ezmerlia

1968-69 2002-06 2007-10 1993-94

- F J.J. Fashimpaur Mike Flanagan Jonathan Fly Keven Fortin-Simard Sonny Fowler Cliff Frisby Tom Fussaro

1984-85 1953 2009-12 2004-06 1969-71 1973-75 1969-72

- G David Gardner Bill Garner Cory Gaylord Danny Gibson

1979 1954 2011-12 1961-62

Jack Gibson William Giehier Gordon Gilbert Gregg Gill Hunt Gilliland Russ Glover Jerry Gmetro Luther Godwin Bill Goldsby Lou Graham Robbie Greenwell Drew Greenwood Kevin Gustafson

1950-51 1949 1949 1988-91 1974-77 1964-65, 1968 1994-97 1956 1956-57 1957-59 2004-08 2012 1982-83

- H David Hahn Paul Haire Jeff Hall Paul Hallahan David Hallford Tommy Hanlon Blake Harrigan John Hendershot David Hueber Benjy Hill Alex Hoffman David Holley Wayne Holsombeck Tommy Horton Quinn Houston Kyle Howard Tommy Hughes

1979-82 1976-79 2005-09 1984-87 1972-75 1964-66 1995-96 1980-81 1975-76 1962 2011-12 1949 1960-61 1959-62 1972-73 1977-78 1977-79

- J David Jeans Kurt Johannes Richard Jones Tim Joselyn

2001-04 1984-87 2002-04 1983

- K Scott Kangas John Kartheiser Charles Kessner Lexus Keoninh Greg King Sam Kirkland Derek Kneif Frederik Kolderup Larry Kupioc

1983 1984-85 1951 2009-12 1994-85 1996-99 1996-97 2001-04 1970

- L Bill Lannon Ben Lange Hugo Lauzon Steve Lee Art Leon Ken Lindsay Jason Luke Bob Lundy Buddy Lux Art Lynch

1948 2008 2006-07 2009-12 1957-58 1962-65 1994 1965-68 1974 2001-04

- M Reed Mabe Sean Madden John Maiden Mike Malarkey Mack Maness Mark Maness Freddie Mangum Tim Manus Bruce Marek Joe Markham

University of Memphis

1958 1981-83 1993 1964-67 1986-88 1990-93 1986-89 1986-88 1966-68 1986-87

Dan Marlow Shane Marvelli Jim Masserio Tony McCormick Buddy McEwen Scott McLargin Matt McNeil Chuck Merriam Steve Metz Justin Miers Grant Milner Bobby Mitchell Tony Mitchell Ed Moffatt Van Montgomery Roy Moore, Jr. Tommy Mote Bobby Moyse Mike Murdock

1978-79 1982-85 1968-69 1961 1962-65 1991-93 1995-96 1970-71 1986-88 2004-05 2009-12 1954 1978-79 1948 1983-84 1958 1990 1948 1973-75

- N Mike Nelson Mike Nixon

1970-73 1965-67, 1969

Ed Simmons Ben Smith Brown Smith Denny Smith Jeff Smith Omar Smith South Smith Walton Smith Will Sowles Bob Steffan Charles Stewart Tommy Stickney

- T Allan Thomas Ken Toney Lanny Trottman Mark Trow John Luke Tyner

1977-80 1965-68 2006-09 2012 1961 1949-51 1952 2006 1956 1948 1994-97 1984 1970 1966-70 2000-03 1953-54

- V - W Buddy Wade Ken Walsh Alan Weant Brett Weaver Henry Wenzler Ronnie Wenzler Bobby Williams Troy Witham Tommy Wrenn Colin Wright Jason Wyatt

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1951 1972 2001-04 1977 1952 1954-56 1948 1989-92 1964-67 1997-00 1998-01

- Y Doug Young

1995-96

2005-06 1989-92 1973 2002-06 1998, 2000-02 1965-66, 1968 2006-08 1991-94 1952-55 1978-80 1987-88 2004-08 1990-91 1977-80 1955-57 2008-10 1975-76 1948-49

Phil Zerilla Sam Zerilla Returning golfers listed in bold

- S Buzzy Samuels Don Sargent Rodney Scarbrough John Schlee Lou Scinta Jack Scott Blair Scurlock Andy Shiels Dan Shinebarger Walter Shirah Danny Simmons

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- R Josh Ray Brian Reeb Jeff Rees Mike Regenold Chris Reinke Richard Richardson Kyle Ritchie Grant Robbins Hillman Robbins Putter Robbins Rick Robbins Ian Rochester Tim Room Courtney Rudolph Mason Rudolph Parker Rush Tim Rush Jack Russell

2002-05 1964 1973-75 2006-09 2011-12

Erwan Vieilledent

- P Ed Parnell Earl Pate, Jr. Jordan Payne Will Pearson John Pepin Bill Permenter John Perryman Kyle Peterman Curtis Persons, Jr. Bill Phillips Jack Pieratt Ray Pierce Jim Player Greg Powers Michael Prieur Robert Pruitt

1958-61 2001, 2003-04 1973 1973 1977-80 1953-54 1974-77 1960 1965-68 1980-83 1949 1992-93

1966, 1968-69 1986 1951-53 1960-62 1972 1948-49 1996-99 2004-05 1978-79 1958-61 1974-75

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Individual Records

Low 36 1. 132 Ian Rochester CSU Spring Kick Off, 2007-08 2. 135 David Jeans Landfall Tradition, 2003-04 135 Jack Belote Mason Rudolp Champ., 2010-11 4. 136 Robbie Greenwell Linger Longer Invit. 2007-08 136 Kyle Peterman Mason Rudolph Inter., 2006-07 136 Keven Fortin-Simard Memphis Inter., 2005-06 136 Jonathan Fly BancorpSouth Inter., 2011-12 8. 137 Jonathan Fly Sam Hall Intercollegiate, 2009-10 137 Jordan Payne Jerry Pate National Inter., 2008-09 137 Ian Rochester Rio Pinar Invitational, 2007-08 137 Ian Rochester Linger Longer, 2006-07 137 Ian Rochester Billy Hitchcock, 2004-05 137 Colin Wright Peninsula Fall Beach, 1998-99 137 Blair Scurlock C-USA Championship, 1998-99

Low 54 1. 204 Ian Rochester CSU Spring Kick Off, 2007-08 2. 205 Andy Shiels Missouri Bluffs, 2004-05 205 Jack Belote Mason Rudolph Champ., 2010-11 4. 206 Tim Roop Glen Red Jacoby, 1990 5. 207 Brad Benjamin Palisades Collegiate, 2006-07 207 Ian Rochester USA Spring Classic, 2006-07 207 Steve Metz Dixie Intercollegiate, 1987 8. 208 Jordan Payne Jerry Pate National Inter., 2008-09 208 Robbie Greenwell Linger Longer Invit. 2007-08 208 Ian Rochester Linger Longer, 2006-07 208 Keven Fortin-Simard Memphis Inter., 2005-06 208 Clayton Ellis Fall Beach, 2003-04 13. 209 Jack Belote C-USA Championship, 2011-12 209 Jonathan Fly Sam Hall Intercollegiate, 2009-10 209 Jonathan Fly C-USA Championship, 2010-11 209 Jonathan Fly Mason Rudolph Champ., 2010-11 209 Ian Rochester Rio Pinar Invitational, 2007-08 209 Colin Wright Fall Beach, 1998-99 209 Steve Metz Billy Hitchcock, 1988 20. 210 David Jeans Fall Beach, 2003-04 210 David Jeans Fall Beach, 2001 210 Blair Scurlock C-USA Championship, 1998-99

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210 Colin Wright Gary Koch/Cleveland, 1998-99 210 Mack Maness New Orleans, 1988 210 Steve Metz New Orleans, 1988 210 Jonathan Fly Sam Hall Inter., 2010-11 210 Carlson Cox Linger Longer Invit., 2010-11 Lowest Season Average 1. 71.9 Jonathan Fly, 2010-11 2. 72.2 Jonathan Fly, 2011-12 3. 72.6 Ian Rochester, 2007-08 72.6 Colin Wright, 1998-99 5. 72.7 K. Fortin-Simard, 2005-06 72.7 Allan Thomas, 2003-04 72.7 David Jeans, 2003-04 72.7 Steve Metz, 1987-88 72.7 Jack Belote, 2010-11 10. 72.9 Jack Belote, 2011-12 11. 73.1 Allan Thomas, 2004-05 73.1 Alan Weant, 2003-04 13. 73.5 Gregg Gill, 1989-90 14. 73.7 Alan Weant, 2002-03 15. 73.8 Robbie Greenwell, 2007-08 73.8 Ian Rochester, 2006-07 73.8 K. Fortin-Simard, 2004-05 18. 73.9 Jordan Payne, 2008-09 73.9 Bobby Dick, 1983-84 73.9 Blair Scurlock, 1998-99 Lowest Career Average 1. 72.3 Jonathan Fly, 2009-12 2. 73.2 K. Fortin-Simard, 2004-06 73.2 Allan Thomas, 2001-05 4. 73.8 Ian Rochester, 2004-08 73.8 Jack Belote, 2008-12 6. 73.9 Alan Weant, 2001-04 7. 74.1 Steve Lee, 2009-12 9. 74.4 Carlson Cox, 2009-12 74.4 David Jeans, 2000-04 74.4 Sean Madden, 1980-83 11. 74.5 Grant Milner, 2010-12 74.5 Colin Wright, 1996-2000 13. 74.6 Brad Benjamin, 2005-09 14. 74.7 Gregg Gill, 1987-91 15. 74.8 Brandon Bunn, 2006-09 74.8 Lexus Keoninh, 2009-12 74.9 Bobby Dick, 1980-84 18. 75.1 Robbie Greenwell, 2004-08 19. 75.2 Clint Clement, 1992-96 75.2 Tim Roop, 1989-91 75.2 Steve Metz, 1984-88 75.2 Donnie Cude, 1980-84 Current golfers listed in bold

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Low Round 1. 63 Keven Fortin-Simard Louisiana Classics, 2005-06 2. 64 Tim Roop Glenn Red Jacoby, 1990-91 3. 65 Ian Rochester CSU Spring Kick Off 2007-08 65 Ian Rochester Billy Hitchcock, 2004-05 65 Andy Shiels Missouri Bluffs, 2004-05 65 Jonathan Fly Mobile Bay Inter., 2011-12 7. 66 Kyle Peterman Mason Rudolph Inter., 2006-07 66 Allan Thomas Raising Cane, 2002-03 66 Blair Scurlock C-USA Champ., 1998-99 66 Grant Robbins Music City, 1993-94 66 Steve Metz Billy Hitchcock, 1987-88 66 Jack Belote Mason Rudolph Champ., 2010-11 66 Carlson Cox Sam Hall Intercollegiate, 2010-11

137 Steve Metz Dixie Intercollegiate, 1987 15. 138 Ian Rochester Bank of America Inter., 2007-08 138 Ian Rochester USA Spring Classic, 2006-07 138 Clayton Ellis Fall Beach, 2003-04 138 David Jeans Fall Beach, 2003-04 138 Allan Thomas Fall Beach, 2003-04 138 Gregg Gill Dixie Intercollegiate, 1990

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Honors & Awards National All-American Hillman Robbins Greg Powers Steve Metz

1954 1969 1986

Ping All-Region Jonathan Fly

2012

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Conference C-USA Golfer of the Year Clint Clement Keven Fortin-Simard

1996 2006

C-USA Coach of the Year Grant Robbins Grant Robbins

2008 2012

C-USA Newcomer of the Year Jonathan Fly

2010

All-Conference USA First Team Clint Clement Blair Scurlock Colin Wright Keven Fortin-Simard Ian Rochester Jonathan Fly Jonathan Fly Jonathan Fly

1996 1997 1999 2006 2008 2010 2011 2012

All-Conference USA Second Team David Jeans 2004 Robbie Greenwell 2008 Jordan Payne 2009 Jack Belote 2011 Jack Belote 2012 All-Conference USA Third Team Blair Scurlock 1998 Alan Weant 2003 Alan Weant 2004 Keven Fortin-Simard 2005 C-USA All-Freshman Team Keven Fortin-Simard Carlson Cox Lexus Keoninh Grant Milner

2005 2010 2010 2011

C-USA All-Tournament Team Blair Scurlock Alan Weant Brad Benjamin Robbie Greenwell Jonathan Fly (Medalist) Jack Belote (runner up) Jonathan Fly

1999 2003 2006 2008 2011 2012 2012

Great Midwest Coach of the Year Jim Cook 1992 All-Great Midwest Conference Mark Maness 1992 Brian Reeb 1992

Grant Robbins Troy Witham (Medalist) Clint Clement (Medalist) Mark Maness Scott McLargin Grant Robbins Clint Clement Grant Robbins Clint Clement Jerry Gmetro Jack Pieratt

1992 1992 1993 1993 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1995

All-Metro Conference Kirk Bailey Paul Haire (Medalist) Putter Robbins South Smith Tim Rush Lee Cheairs Kyle Howard South Smith Lee Cheairs Tony Mitchell (Medalist) Ed Parnell Putter Robbins Jeff Smith Lee Cheairs Tony Mitchell (Medalist) Lee Cheairs John Hendershot Ed Parnell Bobby Dick John Hendershot Jeff Smith Bobby Dick Mack Maness Tim Manus Steve Metz Greg Gill (Medalist) Mack Maness Greg Gill Greg Gill Tim Roop

1976 1976 1976 1976 1976 1977 1977 1977 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1979 1979 1980 1980 1980 1981 1981 1981 1984 1985 1986 1986 1988 1988 1989 1990 1990

All-Missouri Valley Conference Richard Eller 1967 Ted Butler 1968 Richard Eller 1968 Ted Butler 1969 Greg Powers 1969

Academic CoSIDA Academic All-District IV Second Team Jack Belote 2011 Golf Coaches Association All-America Scholar Brad Benjamin Brad Benjamin Jack Belote Steve Lee Jack Belote

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Institution M Club Hall of Fame Hillman Robbins Lou Graham Mason Rudolph Ken Lindsey David Hallford Richard Eller Ted Butler Roy Moore, Sr. (Coach) Greg Powers Steve Metz Kirk Bailey Gene Dixon Tim Roop Paul Haire Grant Robbins

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W e e k ly H o n o r s C-USA Golfer of the Week/Month Dan Charttrand Oct. 1999 Allan Thomas Oct. 2004 Ian Rochester Apr. 13, 2005 Keven Fortin-Simard Oct. 5, 2005 Keven Fortin-Simard Mar. 22, 2006 Brad Benjamin Apr. 11, 2007 Ian Rochester Mar. 5, 2008 Robbie Greenwell Mar. 19, 2008 Robbie Greenwell Mar. 19, 2008 Jack Belote Oct. 1, 2008 Jonathan Fly Apr. 14, 2010 Jack Belote Sep. 29, 2010 Jack Belote Oct. 5, 2011 Jonathan Fly Apr. 4, 2012

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1951-60 • Larry Smith became the program’s head coach in 1950-51 and immediately added Hillman Robbins, the state of Tennessee junior champion, to the Tigers roster. Robbins earned the team’s No. 1 spot as a freshman and won the Tennessee Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and Southern Intercollegiate crowns. •Ron Wenzler was signed for 195152 and joined Wray Williams, Jimmy Wade, Mike Flanagan, Bobby Mitchell, Rodney Scarbrough and Robbins to give the Tigers another championship squad. Robbins, playing the No. 1 position, won the Colonial Invitational, Memphis City championship and Southern Intercollegiate. The team finished with an 8-1-1 record. • In 1953-54, the Tigers continued to pile up victories in match play and made their first trip to the NCAA Championships. Robbins won the Colonial Invitational for a thirdconsecutive year. He also claimed the Tennessee state championship, Southeastern PGA and Tennessee Intercollegiate Athletic Conference titles. Joining Robbins on this season’s squad was a freshman named Mason Rudolph. • The 1954-55 team ranks as one of the finest in Tigers history. Robbins and Rudolph — along with teammates Bill Garner, Ed Crenshaw and Phil and Sam Zerilla — powered the team to numerous match wins. Robbins won the Houston Open, Southern Intercollegiate, Tennessee Open titles. Robbins also took the Colonial Invitational crown for a fourth time and advanced to the NCAA Championships. Robbins was joined by teammates Garner,

1961-70 • The 1960-61 squad blazed through the campaign with an 8-1-1 record in match play. The team was led by captain John Schlee, Ken Lindsey, Larry Campbell, Buddy McEwen, Tommy Horton and Benjy Hill. Schlee who went on to star on the PGA Tour. • The 1963-64 team featured freshman Mike Malarkey, who later became the Tennessee Volunteers golf head coach. This team would become the third in school history to advance to the NCAA Championships. • Ted Butler and Greg Powers joined the Tigers in 1965-66 and led the program to some of its finest moments. Playing with Malarkey, Mike Nixon and Russ Glover, the squad won numerous tournament titles. • Bill Brogden became the Tigers head coach in 1967. Brogden was a strong recruiter and continued to bring talented golfers to Memphis. That year, Butler, Powers, Glover, Richard Ellers and Steve Busch won the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament and advanced to the NCAA Championships. It was the program’s fourth NCAA Championships appearance. Nixon, Busch and Billy Buchanan were a few of the outstanding Tigers golfers in the late 1960s.

1971-80 • Jim Cook was named head coach in 1971 and set about keeping the Memphis golf tradition alive. His 1973 team captured the Mid-America Intercollegiate title in St. Louis, Mo., marking

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Cook’s first collegiate victory. • The 1976 Tigers won the Metro Conference Tournament crown. Paul Haire, Kirk Bailey, Tim Rush, South Smith and Putter Robbins, the son of Hillman Robbins, all were named to the All-Metro Conference Team.

1981-90 • The Tigers were the 1988 Metro Conference champions, with freshman Gregg Gill claiming Metro Conference medalist honors. In that campaign, the Tigers posted 12 top-10 finishes (out of 12 tournaments), including a first-place showing at the New Orleans Invitational. The squad advanced to the 1988 NCAA Championships, the program’s fifth all-time appearance at the national tournament.

1991-2000 • In the fall of 1990 with Cook recovering from heart surgery, the Tigers won the Dixie Intercollegiate and Hillman Robbins Memorial Tournament in Memphis. • The 1992 squad won the inaugural Great Midwest Conference (GMC) Championships title, and the Tigers’ Troy Witham captured medalist honors. Jim Cook was named the Great Midwest Conference Coach of the Year. • The 1995 team competed in the Great Midwest Conference for the final season. It was announced during the winter of 1995 that Memphis was joining the newly-formed Conference USA. The new league consisted of members from the Great Midwest (GMC), Metro and Southwest Conference (SWC). Memphis was aligned with Cincinnati, Marquette, Saint Louis, UAB and DePaul from the GMC; Louisville, Southern Miss, Tulane, Charlotte and USF from the Metro Conference; and Houston from the SWC. In the final year of the GMC, the Tigers finished second at the conference championships, which Memphis hosted at Farmington Country Club. • The 1996 season was the program’s inaugural Conference USA campaign. The new league had nationally-recognized golf programs at Houston and USF. • The youthful 1997 team was comprised of two freshmen, one sophomore and two seniors, yet still managed five top-10 finishes, including a fourth-place finish at the Conference USA Championships. Sophomore Blair Scurlock was named to the All-Conference USA Team.

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• The 1998 Tigers had six top-10 finishes, including a tie for fifth at the Persimmon Ridge Intercollegiate in Louisville, Ky. Scurlock again was named to the All-C-USA Team. • T wo Tigers received honors in the 1999 campaign. Scurlock was named to the C-USA All-Tournament Team, and junior Colin Wright received AllConference USA accolades. • The 2000 Tigers tied for sixth in the Conference USA Championships, with freshman David Jeans tied for 13th with a score of 223. Michael Prieur tied for 14th at the Southern Hills Invitational in Tulsa.

2001-10 • The 2002 fall season was Memphis’ best in many years, but tragedy struck late that fall. After winning the DePaul Blue Demon Invitational and garnering four other top-five finishes, head coach Jim Cook died of a heart attack just 36 hours after returning from the South Alabama Fall Beach Classic. Cook led the Tigers program for over 31 years (1971-2002). Memphis athletics administrator Bob Winn took over as the Tigers’ interim head coach for the 2003 spring. • Former Tiger Grant Robbins was hired as the program’s new head coach and began his duties in the fall of 2003. Robbins, a three-time All-Great Midwest Conference selection, returned to his alma mater after a four-year head coaching stint at UNC Wilmington, where he built the Seahawks into a national contender. • In just his second year as head coach, Robbins led the Tigers to three tournament wins in the fall of 2004, rallying for come-from-behind wins all three times. It was the first time in school history the Tigers won three tournaments in a season. In all three wins, Memphis had the individual medalist, with three different Tigers taking home individual title honors. • Keven Fortin-Simard won his second individual title in 2005, medalling at the Memphis Intercollegiate. The Tigers won the event for a secondstraight year. Fortin-Simard had a successful 2006 spring campaign, picking up two more wins and three additional top-10 finishes. Brad Benjamin finished third at the Conference USA Championships, leading Memphis to a fourth-place finish at the event. The fourth-place showing was the program’s best since 1999. • The Tigers welcomed five freshmen and two transfers to campus in 200607, and 10 golfers saw action in the Memphis lineup. Ian Rochester start-

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• The University of Memphis golf program began in 1948 under head coach Enoch Mitchell. Members of the first Tigers team included football star Jack Scott, Bill Permenter, Charles Stewart, William Giehler, Gordon Gilbert, Don Cheek and Jack Russell. The team captured the Tennessee state championship in 1948. • In 1949-50, the Tigers completed the regular season with a 7-1 record in match play. Memphis defeated such teams as Ole Miss and Tulane en route to their outstanding season. Bob Crenshaw and Dick Holley were added to the team. Bill Permenter won the Tennessee state individual title, and Bill Cheek captured the Memphis city championship.

Rudolph and Ronnie Wenzler at the NCAA Championships where the team placed eighth, Memphis’ best finish in school history. Robbins became the Tigers’ first national champion. In addition, Robbins was named a Walker Cup Team alternate in 1954. He later won the U.S. National Amateur championship. Memphis finished with a 9-2 record. • Gene Dixon, the Tennessee state amateur champion, was signed in 195556, along with the Nashville junior champion Lou Graham. Graham and Rudolph went on to successful PGA Tour careers. • Roy Moore Sr. and Dub Fondren took over as coaches for the Tigers in 195657. With Graham, Arthur Leon, Phil Zerilla, Crenshaw and Ed Brantley, the linksters posted a 5-1 record, and Brantley won the Tennessee Open. • The 1957-58 team was ranked fifth in the nation.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Men’s Golf History ed off his junior campaign with three top-20 finishes in the fall season. Benjamin and Lewis Clarke each had one top-10 showing, and Kyle Peterman picked up co-medalist honors at the Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate, his first collegiate tournament. In the spring, Rochester recorded two second-place finishes and a sixth-place showing at the C-USA Championships. Benjamin earned medalist honors at the Palisades Collegiate Classic. • The Tigers got off to a hot start in 2007-08, finishing in the top-10 in their four fall events. Seniors Rochester and Robbie Greenwell each picked up two top-10 finishes, and sophomore Brandon Bunn tied for fifth at the Memphis Intercollegiate. The Tigers ended the year on a strong note, finishing third at the C-USA Championships and earning an NCAA East Regional at-large berth. It was Memphis’ first NCAA postseason appearance since 1988. Head coach Grant Robbins was named the 2008 C-USA Coach of the Year. • Memphis welcomed five newcomers in 2008-09, after losing three seniors off the previous year’s NCAA Regional squad. Freshman Jack Belote made an immediate impact, finishing in the top-20 in his first collegiate tournament and earning C-USA Golfer of the Week honors. Senior Jordan Payne also had his best fall with two top-10 finishes, including a tie for fifth at the Memphis Intercollegiate. The Tigers finished in the top-10 in three of four tournaments, including a second-place finish at the Memphis Intercollegiate. After a rough start in the spring, the Tigers responded with two top-10 finishes at the FAU Spring Break Championship and River Landing Intercollegiate. At the C-USA Championships, Benjamin led the Tigers, tying for ninth with scores of 72-69-73 and leading Memphis to a fourth-place team finish. • Memphis added four newcomers for the 2009-10 campaign, including transfer Jonathan Fly. A native of Memphis, Fly transferred back home after two seasons at Auburn. He led the Tigers with two top-10 finishes. Redshirt freshman Carlson Cox also made a big impact, holding the lowest scoring average on the team at 73.2. The Tigers posted a teamlow, second-place finish at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate (277-285-284). Fly continued his strong play in the spring and led Memphis to four topfive finishes, including a second-place showing at UK Bluegrass Invitational. Memphis had a strong presence on the C-USA postseason awards list with three golfers receiving ac-

colades. Fly was named the C-USA Newcomer of the Year, and freshmen Carlson Cox and Lexus Keoninh both were named to the C-USA All-Freshman Team.

2011-Present • The 2010-11 year proved to be one of the most successful seasons in school history. The Tigers returned to the winners’ circle with a victory at the Mason Rudolph Championship, led by Jack Belote’s individual medalist performance. Memphis also finished second at the C-USA Championships behind Jonathan Fly’s medalist performance. Fly became the first Tiger since Clint Clement in 1996 to capture the C-USA individual crown. The Tigers’ resume earned them a 2011 NCAA Central-Indiana Regional berth. Memphis carded rounds of 292-297304 to finish 11th in its NCAA postseason appearance. • The 2011-12 campaign was Robbins best to date in the Bluff City, and the results proved it. Last season, the Tigers were impressive on the links with 11 top-five showings, the most in the last 30 years. The Tigers placed first at the Conference USA Championships and Wolfpack Intercollegiate and finished second at their own Memphis Intercollegiate. The C-USA Championships crown was the program’s first and also the Tigers’ first conference title since Memphis claimed the 1992 Great Midwest Conference (GMC) crown. The 2012 C-USA Championships title also was the program’s fourth overall crown. After a fifthplace showing at the NCAA Bowling Green Regional, the Tigers advanced to their first NCAA Championships since the 1987-88 season.

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Media Quick Facts.................................... 60 2012-13 Schedule.......................... 60 Media Information........................ 60 2012-13 Roster.............................. 60

2012 Fall Schedule Sep. 10-12, 2012 Sep. 21-23, 2012 Oct. 12-14, 2012 Oct. 22-23, 2012 Oct. 30-31, 2012

Old Waverly Bulldog Invitational West Point, Miss. Mason Rudolph Championship Nashville, Tenn. Mercedes Benz Women’s Collegiate Knoxville, Tenn. Memphis Fall Invitational Germantown, Tenn. Rainbow Wahine Invitational Oahu, Hawaii

Coaches & Staff Head Coach Beth Harrelson.......... 61 Assistant Coach............................. 62 Support Staff................................. 62

2013 Spring Schedule Feb 25-26, 2013 Mar. 11-12, 2013 Mar. 15-17, 2013 Apr. 5-7, 2013 Apr. 22-24, 2013

Sir Pizza Cards Challenge (Louisville) Lady Eagle Invitational Insperity Lady Jaguar BancorpSouth Rebel Intercollegiate C-USA Championships

Weston, Fla. Hattiesburg, Miss. Augusta, Ga. Oxford, Miss. Gulf Shores, Ala.

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2011-12 Review Season Recap................................. 67 Team/Individual Results................ 67 C-USA Awards................................ 67 Tournament Results..................68-69 History Year-by-Year Results.................70-72 Year-by-Year Coaching................... 72 All-Time Tournament History...73-75 Tournament Wins.......................... 75 C-USA Championship History...76-77 NCAA Championship History......... 78 All-Time Roster.............................. 79 Record Book.................................. 80 Honors & Awards.......................... 81 By the Decade..........................82-83

2012-13 Women’s Golf Roster NAME Alex Aläng Andrea Cropper Julia Gerlach Julia Hodgson Ashley Kees Sarah Mathews Shelby Sain Natalie Turk Ashleigh Whisenant

HT 5-10 5-4 5-6 5-7 5-9 5-8 5-9 5-10 5-6

Cl./Exp. SR/3L FR FR SR/3L JR/2L SR/3L JR/TR SO/1L SO/1L

Hometown/Last School Tullinge, Sweden/Igelstavikens Gymnasium Nashville, Tenn./Franklin Road Academy Munich, Germany/Humboldt-Gymnasium Vaterstetten

Unionville, Ontario/Markham District HS Fort Wayne, Ind./Carroll HS Memphis, Tenn./St. Agnes Academy Bolivar, Tenn./Ole Miss Brentwood, Tenn./Ravenwood HS Attalla, Ala./Etowah HS

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C-USA Website Additional information about Conference USA and its member institutions can be obtained by logging on to www.conferenceusa.com. The conference site has up-to-date statistics and rankings of all league schools.

Women’s History First Year of Golf:.............................. 1977 NCAA Tournaments/Last:..............7/2007 Result:............21/21 NCAA West Regional Women’s Coaching Staff Head Coach: ..................... Beth Harrelson (University of Memphis, 1987) Tenure at Memphis: ..........................4 yrs Tenure as Coach: ...............................4 yrs Assistant Coach: ................. Sally Andrews Volunteer Assistant: ...........Tim Harrelson Women’s Team Information 2011-12 Conference Finish: ............T4/10 2011-12 Tournament Wins: ................... 2 2011-12 Top-Five Finishes: ..................... 4 2011-12 Individual Medalists: ............... 3 Final 2011-12 Ranking: ........................ 97 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ...........6/2 Athletics Communications Women’s Golf Contact: .......... Travis Chell Office Phone:......................901-678-3291 Mobile Phone:....................715-431-0253 E-mail:.................... tlchell@memphis.edu Office Fax: .........................(901) 678-4134 Address: .............. 570 Normal, Room 203 Memphis, TN 38152 Web Site: ...............www.GoTigersGo.com

Practice/Interviews All women’s golf practices are closed to the media. However, special arrangements can be made by contacting the Athletics Communications office at least 24 hours prior to practice time. All interviews with head coach Beth Harrelson are conducted through the Athletics Communications office. Player interviews can also be coordinated throughout the season. Tigers on the Web The official athletic website of the University of Memphis is www. gotigersgo.com. Media information, such as news releases, statistics, etc., are all available on the website.

General Information School: ........... The University of Memphis Location: ..........................Memphis, Tenn. Founded:........................................... 1912 Enrollment:.................................... 22,725 Affiliation:.........................NCAA Division I Conference: .................... Conference USA Nickname:........................................Tigers Colors:.................................... Blue & Gray Home Course:...... Ridgeway Country Club Par: ....................................................... 71 Setting: ......................................230 Acres President: ......................Dr. Shirley Raines Athletics Director: ..................Tom Bowen Assoc. AD/SWA:.......................Lynn Parkes

Class Breakdown Seniors (3) Alex Aläng, Julia Hodgson, Sarah Mathews Alabama (1) Ashleigh Whisenant

Canada (1) Julia Hodgson

Indiana (1) Ashley Kees

Germany (1) Julia Gerlach

Tennessee (4) Andrea Cropper, Sarah Mathews, Shelby Sain, Natalie Turk

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ranks among the top-10 percent in their sports. Harrelson’s Lady Tigers also have earned individual academic accolades. Steen, a three-time CUSA All-Academic Team pick, became the program’s first CoSIDA Academic All-District IV selection in 2011. Glavin was also named to the 2012 C-USA All-Academic Team. In the summer of 2012, six Lady Tigers were named NGCA AllAmerican Scholar recipients, the most for a season in school history. Overall, six golfers have taken home 16 NGCA All-American Scholar distinction in the Harrelson era. The 2011-12 and 2009-10 campaigns were successful, but it was the in-between season — 201011 — that has been Harrelson’s to date. In 2010-11, Memphis posted a school-record seven top-five finishes, including three tournament titles (Bobcat Invitational, UAB Fall Beach Blast, Lady Eagle Classic). The three team crowns were the most since the program also won three tournaments in 1996-97. The 2010-11 Lady Tigers also had eight top-10 showings, the most since the 2000-01 squad had 10 top-10s. The 2010-11 team placed fourth at the C-USA Championships, and Steen was the event’s individual runner-up. Steen also won three individual titles, tying Stacey Tate for the most crowns in a season. Tate’s three individual titles came in 2006. Although the 2010-11 season somewhat overshadowed the 2009-10 and 2011-12 campaigns, those Harrelson teams produced great moments. The 2009-10 squad had eight top-10 finishes and six top-five showings, including two team titles. The Lady Tigers placed fourth at the C-USA Championships, posting the program’s third-lowest, 54-hole score (895). It is also Memphis lowest 54-hole total at the league’s postseason event. Individually, Aläng carded the second-lowest, 54-hole individual score (219) in Lady Tigers C-USA Championships history. In 2011-12, Harrelson’s Lady Tigers logged seven top-10 showings and three top-five finishes, including two tournament champi-

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B e t h H a rr e l s o n Year at Memphis: .................................5th Birthdate: ...................................... Oct. 12 Hometown ...................... Memphis, Tenn. Alma Mater: ..................... Memphis, 1987 Husband: ............................................. Tim Children:....................... Megan, Grace, Jon

Teaching Career Memphis National • 2003-08 • PGA Teaching Pro Quail Ridge Golf Course • 1998-03 • PGA Teaching Pro Stonebridge Golf Course • 1991-98 • PGA Teaching Pro •1  990-91 • Assistant Golf Pro TPC Scottsdale • 1989-90 • Assistant Golf Pro

College Highlights • • • • •

Three-year letterwinner 1985 and 1986 Most Improved Player 1985-86 and 1986-87 Captain 1986-87 Lowest Scoring Average One of only three Lady Tiger golfers in the M Club Hall of Fame

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LPGA’s Futures Tour (1986-88) 1987 Double Eagle Golf Tournament Champion 1988 Tennessee State Tournament Medalist

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29 top-10 finishes 16 top-five showings Seven team tournament titles, tied for the most under a single head coach in program history Seven individual medalists, secondmost under a single head coach in program history Three-straight Conference USA Championships top-five finishes (2010-12)

onships. The squad tied for fourth at the 2012 C-USA Championships. Two golfers — Steen (two) and Glavin (one) — combined for three individual titles. Harrelson’s first season (200809) as the Lady Tigers head coach saw her lead the squad to six top10 finishes. Prior to taking over her alma mater’s golf program, Harrelson was an instructor at Memphis Na-

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Beth Harrelson is in her fifth season as the Memphis head coach in 2012-13 and continues to build the Lady Tigers golf program into a national force. In her first four seasons, Harrelson’s Lady Tigers have not only been successful, but also consistent in their play. Harrelson’s squads have averaged seven top-10 finishes and four top-five performances per season. Overall, her clubs have a total of 29 top-10 showings and 16 top-five finishes, including seven tournament championships. The seven team titles in Harrelson’s tenure are tied for the most in the program’s history under one coach. The other head coach to lead Memphis women’s golf to seven team crowns was Debby King from 1995-2001. Among those top-five showings were back-to-back-to-back fourth-place finishes in the last three Conference USA Championships. The three-straight, top-five C-USA Championships performances are the program’s most since the Lady Tigers had seven-consecutive

top-five showings from 1996-2002. In addition to team titles, the Lady Tigers have set school marks under Harrelson. Her Memphis squads hold the school’s top-three lowest single-round scores, two of the lowest 36-hole scores (1st and 5th) and two of the 54-hole scores (both tied for 3rd). Individual golfers also have thrived under Harrelson’s tutelage. Marissa Steen, a three-time All-Conference USA pick, holds the program’s lowest (73.9) and thirdlowest (74.9) season stroke average. A five-time C-USA Golfer of the Week recipient, Steen won six individual titles and was named to the 2011 C-USA All-Tournament Team. Kathleen Glavin won medalist honors once, and Alex Aläng posted the program’s second-lowest, 54-hole C-USA Championships score at the 2010 event. The seven individual medalists under Harrelson are the most since King had 10 individual winners from 1995-2001. Harrelson’s teams have also excelled in the classroom. The past three years (2010, 2011, 2012), the Lady Tigers received academic recognition from the National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA), Conference USA and the NCAA. Harrelson’s last three squads earned NGCA All-Scholar Team honors and C-USA Sport Academic Awards. The C-USA accolade is given to the team in each conference-sponsored sport with the highest grade-point average. For the third-straight year, the Lady Tigers received an NCAA Public Recognition Award for the program’s multi-year Academic Progress Rate (APR). The awards are given to programs whose APR

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts tional Golf Club and also served as St. Mary’s High School golf head coach. A 1987 Memphis graduate, Harrelson participated on the Futures Tour for two years (1986-88), before moving to Scottsdale, Ariz., to work as an assistant professional at the TPC of Scottsdale during the winter and at Stonebridge Golf Club (Collierville, Tenn.) the remainder of the year. In 1987, Harrelson won the Memphis Women’s Golf Association and Double Eagle Golf tournament. She also was the 1988 Tennessee State Tournament medalist. She returned to the city of Memphis permanently in 1990 and accepted as full-time position as the assistant pro at Stonebridge Golf Club. She became the golf instructor at Stonebridge in 1991 and held that position until 1998 when she moved to Quail Ridge Golf Club in Bartlett, Tenn., as the golf instructor. While working at Stonebridge Golf Club, she earned her PGA Class A membership in 1995. A Briarcrest High School graduate, Harrelson signed a volleyball scholarship with the University of Alabama, before declining that offer to attend Memphis. She arrived on campus in 1982 and played for head coach Diane Hale’s Tigers volleyball program. After redshirting the 1983-84 academic year, Harrelson made the transition to golf in 1984 and received the team’s Most Improved Player award for the 1984-85 campaign. As a senior, Harrelson was selected team captain and posted the team’s lowest scoring average. Harrelson, a 1999 M Club Hall of Fame member-, also was inducted into the Briarcrest High School Sports Hall of Fame in 2006. She and her husband, Tim, have two daughters, Megan and Grace, and a son, Jon.

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S a l ly A n d r e w s Year at Memphis: ................................ 1st Birthdate: .....................................May 14 Hometown: .................... Memphis, Tenn. Alma Mater: ...... Christian Brothers, 1982

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Bob Winn Associate Athletic Director

College Highlights

Sally Andrews is in her second stint as an assistant with the Lady Tigers and returns to the program after serving the past 20-plus years in the athletics department administration/compliance. Andrews first served as a Lady Tigers assistant coach from 1983-86, before taking over as head coach from 1986-91. During her head coaching tenure, Andrews guided the Lady Tigers to 31 top-10 finishes and 12 top-five showings, including fourstraight Metro Conference Championships top-fives. From 1988-91, Andrews’ squads finished no lower than third place (1988-90, third place; 1991, second place). She also led the Lady Tigers to the program’s first tournament title when they won the UAB Lady Blazer Invitational in the fall of 1988. Two of Andrews’ golfers — Leslie Folsom in 1989 and Gia Kronske in 1990 and 1991 — earned All-Metro Conference honors. As an assistant from 1983-86, Andrews helped the Lady Tigers to 14 top-10 finishes, including a fifthplace performance at the 1986 Metro Conference Championships. Andrews has won the Memphis City Women’s Golf Championships

Memphis head coach, 1986-91 31 top-10 finishes 12 top-five showings Four-straight Metro Conference Championships top-three finishes Led program to first tournament title (1988 UAB Lady Blazer Invite) Coached two All-Metro Conference selections Memphis assistant coach, 1983-86

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Four-year letterwinner in basketball and volleyball at Christian Brothers University 1981 NAIA volleyball AllTournament Team Basketball all-conference selection

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Five-time Memphis City Women’s Golf champion Competed at the Women’s Transnational Golf Association, Women’s Southern Golf Association and Women’s Tennessee Golf Association tournaments

title numerous times and has competed in major tournaments such as the Women’s Transnational Golf Association, Women’s Southern Golf Association and Women’s Tennessee Golf Association. A teacher of the game, Andrews has also contributed time to the development of junior golfers by working at several golf camps throughout the Southeast. A 1982 Christian Brothers University of graduate, Andrews was a four-year letterwinner in both basketball and volleyball. She was named to the 1981 NAIA volleyball All-Tournament Team and also

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Andrews’ Coaching Experience Years 1983-86 1986-91 2012-Present

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Major: International Business

2011-12 - Junior SPRING 2012: Shot rounds of 75-77-75--227 and tying teammate Kathleen Glavin for 53rd place at the season-opening UCF Challenge ... Fired rounds of 78-81-72--231 to finish tied for 35th place with teammate Julia Hodgson at the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge ... Shot 7573-78--226, including her first career holein-one, en route to finishing tied for 27th at Ole Miss’ Rebel Intercollegiate ... Finished as Memphis’ top competitor at the Conference USA Championships, firing rounds of 78-75-76--229 en route to a 15th-place finish.

2010-11 - Sophomore SPRING 2011: Finished the season with a 77.1 scoring average ... Competed in all five events ... Finished 28th at the UCF Challenge ... Rounds of 80-74-74 earned a tie for a 19thplace finish at the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge ... Helped Memphis to a third-place finish at the event ... Placed 61st with a 54-hole total of 237 at the Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate ... Turned in a season-best, eighth-place finish, helping Memphis to its third team title at the Lady Eagle Invitational ... Placed in the top-

earned her a season-best, eighth-place finish ... Turned in rounds of 79-73 at the UAB Fall Beach Bash to finish 11th and help lead Memphis to its first team title since 2007.

FALL 2010: Competed in all five events, holding a 77.3 scoring average ... Opened the season with a fifth-place finish at the Bobcat Invitational, leading Memphis to its first team title ... Finished in a tie for 33rd after posting scores of 77-82-77 at the Cincinnati Fall Classic ... Turned in scores of 76-78-79 to land in share of 54th position at the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate ... Posted rounds of 76-80 to finish 19th at the Memphis Women’s Invitational ... Seventh-place individual finish at the UAB Fall Beach Blast helped the Lady Tigers to their second team title.

Prior to Memphis The 85th-ranked junior girl in Sweden ... Played tournaments on the Skandia Junior Tour (SJT), which is the Swedish National Junior Tour ... Held a 79.1 scoring average with a low round of 72 ... On the SJT, finished in the top-10 five times with a top finish of second.

2009-10 - Freshman SPRING 2010: Made her spring debut at the Hurricane Invitational and posted rounds of 75-83-83 to finish in a tie for 67th ... Finished eighth with rounds of 80-75-76 at the USA Lady Jaguar Invitational ... Tied for second in par-three scoring for the event ... Finished in a tie for 48th with scores of 84-81-74 at the Cincinnati Spring Invitational ... Posted a career-best, third-place finish at the Eastern Kentucky Lady Colonel Classic ... Helped pace Memphis to a season-low, 54-hole total and runner-up finish at the Eastern Kentucky Lady Colonel Classic ... Led the Eastern Kentucky Lady Colonel Classic in pars (42) and tied for the best par-four scoring average (4.03) ... Posted the sixth-lowest, three-round individual total (72-73-74--219) in school history at the Conference USA Championships ... Her 219 is the program’s second-lowest, threeround score at the C-USA Championships (Stacey Tate’s 212 at the 2007 C-USA event is first) ... The three-round 219 earned her a seventh-place finish and led Memphis to a fourth-place team performance. FALL 2009: Posted an 88 in the Lady Paladin Invitational opening round, helping lead the Lady Tigers to a 14th-place finish ... Fired rounds of 76-74 to pace the Lady Tigers to a third-place finish at the Charleston Southern Wendy’s Invitational ... Performance

Aläng’s Career Stats Total 1st 2nd 3rd Tourn. Round Low Top 20 Year Tourn Rds Strokes Rd Avg Rd Avg Rd Avg Avg Avg Rd Finish 2009-10 8 20 1,544 78.6 76.0 76.6 231.2 77.2 72 5 2010-11 12 29 2,237 76.8 76.5 77.6 230.8 77.1 71 6 2011-12 8 22 1,691 78.3 77.4 74.3 230.0 76.9 72 3 Total 28 71 5,472 77.9 76.6 76.2 230.7 77.1 71 14

University of Memphis

2012

ANDREA CROPPER Freshman • HS 5-4 Nashville, Tenn. Franklin Road Academy Major: Undeclared Prior to Memphis Helped Franklin Road Academy win district, regional and state titles ... Earned all-region and all-state honors ... Recorded a round of 62 at The Golf Club of Tennessee. Personal Daughter of Steve and Angel Cropper.

JULIA GERLACH Freshman • HS 5-6 Munich, Germany Humboldt-Gymnasium Vaterstetten Major: Undeclared Prior to Memphis Named the 2011 Player of the Year at Golf Club Eichnried ... Placed first at the 2011 Golf Club Eichenried Women’s Championship after shooting 79-82-79 on the par-74 course ... Helped a women’s foursome win the 2011 Golf Club Eichenried Championship, shooting 67-71 on the same course ... Posted a 76 stroke average last season ... Finished fourth at the HVB Private Banking Bavarian Women’s Championship after posting 75-82-77 on the par-72 course ... Placed ninth at the AJGA Natural Resource Partners Bluegrass Junior, shooting 76-70-82 on the par-70 course ... First-place qualifier at the Bavarian State Girls Team Championship, shooting a one-underpar 69 ... Finished first at the 2011 Bavarian

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FALL 2011: Compete in all five tournaments ... Began her junior campaign in difficult fashion, as she was disqualified from the seasonopening, rain-shortened Chris Banister Golf Classic (one round) ... Finished in 80th place (92-81--173) at Louisville’s Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup ... Bounced back to place 28th at East Carolina’s Lady Pirate Invitational, carding a 74-79-73--226 ... Helped the Lady Tigers to their first team title at the Memphis Women’s Fall Invitational, shooting rounds of 78-78-72-228 to tie for eighth place ... Tied her careerhigh finish (third) at the UAB Fall Beach Blast (76-75--151).

20 at the C-USA Championships for a secondstraight season with scores of 79-73-78 to finish 18th ... Member of the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts P l ay e r B i o s State Girls Team Championship with a score of 76 on the par-72 course ... Carded a record three-under-par 69 at the 2011 Fernando Niebla Cup ... Played both golf and badminton. Personal Daughter of Thomas and Philomena Gerlach.

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Senior • 3L 5-4 Unionville, Ontario Markham District HS Major: Communication 2011-12 - Junior SPRING 2012: Shot 81-76-74--231 at the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge, her first spring tournament appearance ... That tally (231) tied her for 35th place with teammate Alex Aläng ... Recorded a season-best performance at Augusta State’s Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate, shooting 74-78-77-229 to finish tied for 25th place ... Continued her consistent play at Ole Miss’ Rebel Intercollegiate, shooting rounds of 78-78-78--234 and tying for 58th place with teammate Marissa Steen ... Wrapped up a steady campaign by shooting 78-78-76--232 to earn a 21st-place finish at the Conference USA Championships. FALL 2011: Competed in four of the team’s five tournaments ... Carded a one-round score of 39-44--83 to finish tied for 34th place at the rain-shortened Chris Banister Golf Classic ... Finished tied for 45th at Louisville’s Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup, shooting a 77-80--157 ... Helped the Lady Tigers capture the Memphis Invitational title, shooting 74-81-77--232 ... Posted a 84-79--163 at the UAB Fall Beach Blast, helping the Lady Tigers win the tournament. 2010-11 - Sophomore SPRING 2011: Posted a 77.8 stroke average ... Competed in all five events ... Opened the spring with a finish of 58th (76-80-77) at the

UCF Challenge ... Placed 21st at the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge and helped Memphis to a third-place team finish ... Carded a 36-hole total of 164, helping the Lady Tigers to their third title of the season at the Lady Eagle Invitational ... Posted the squad’s second-best finish (42nd) at the Rebel Intercollegiate ... Registered a 54-hole total of 235 (82-77-76) to help Memphis finish fourth at the C-USA Championships.

Tigers to a third-place finish at the Charleston Southern Wendy’s Invitational. Prior to Memphis Captained her high school team as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Held a scoring average of 77 strokes per round as a senior ... A member of the 2007 Canadian Junior Golf Association (CJGA) Stephen Ames Canada Ryder Cup Team that went 3-0 ... Won the 2007 CJGA Nike Qualifier.

FALL 2010: Competed in four of five events, missing the Cincinnati Fall Invitational with ASHLEY KEES an injury ... Finished the fall with a 76.7 scoring average, improving by over two strokes Junior • 2L from the previous year ... Had a low round of 5-9 72 in the Bobcat Invitational opening round Fort Wayne, Ind. ... Posted a career-best, second-place finCarroll HS ish at the event ... Performance helped lead Major: Undeclared Memphis to its first team title of the season ... Turned in scores of 74-83 at the UAB Fall Beach Blast, pacing the team to a 21-stroke 2011-12 - Sophomore victory. SPRING 2012: Did not compete. 2009-10 - Freshman SPRING 2010: Finished 66th and posted rounds of 79-81-80 at the Hurricane Invitational ... Helped lead Memphis to a team victory at the USA Lady Jaguar Invitational by posting rounds of 80-79-84 and finishing in a tie for 41st ... Earned a finish of 19th with scores of 76-77-79 at the Cincinnati Spring Invitational ... Recorded her second-straight, top-20 finish by recording rounds of 74-7877 en route to a 13th-place individual finish at Eastern Kentucky Lady Colonel Classic ... Performance helped the Lady Tigers post their season-low, 54-hole score and claim a runner-up finish at the Eastern Kentucky Lady Colonel Classic ... Posted a season-best finish (10th) with rounds of 72-76-73 at the C-USA Championships ... Performance helped Memphis finish fourth and post the lowest team total of the season (895). FALL 2009: Made her Lady Tigers debut at the Cincinnati Fall Classic, shooting rounds of 81-84-79 to finish 33rd ... Finished 40th with rounds of 83-81 at the Lady Red Wolf Classic ... Fired rounds of 85-79 to help lead the Lady

Hodgson’s Career Stats Total 1st 2nd 3rd Tourn. Round Low Top 20 Year Tourn Rds Strokes Rd Avg Rd Avg Rd Avg Avg Avg Rd Finish 2009-10 8 22 1,738 78.6 79.6 78.7 236.9 79.0 72 3 2010-11 11 27 2,101 76.8 79.3 77.2 233.3 77.8 72 2 2011-12 10 26 2,028 78.2 78.0 77.0 233.2 78.0 74 2 Total 29 75 5,867 77.9 79.0 77.6 234.5 78.3 72 7

University of Memphis

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FALL 2011: Hampered by injuries throughout the fall ... Only competed in Memphis’ first tournament at the Chris Banister Golf Classic ... Tied for 17th (39-40-79) with teammate Natalie Turk at that rain-shortened event. 2010-11 - Freshman SPRING 2011: Closed the campaign with a final scoring mark of 79.8 strokes per round ... Missed the opener at the UCF Challenge, but competed in the remaining five events ... Finished 67th with scores of 81-85-81 at the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge ... Turned in a 54-hole total of 236 for a 58th-place finish at the Lady Jaguar Invitational ... Posted a career-best individual finish (2nd) with rounds of 73-74 at the Lady Eagle Invitational, helping Memphis to its third team title of the season ... Finished 38th at the C-USA Championships to help the Lady Tigers to a fourth-place finish. FALL 2010: Made her collegiate debut at the 2010 Bobcat Invitational, competing as an individual ... Back-to-back 73s tied her with teammate Sarah Mathews for third place. Prior to Memphis Lettered all four years at Carroll High School under Coach Bryan Koehlinger ... Four-time all-region and all-conference selection ... Named Player of the Year two times and a one-time all-state selection ... Finished ninth at the state championship her junior season

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and was runner-up her senior year ... Section- age ... Competed in two events as the result al, regional and two-time conference champi- of a leg injury ... Finished 86th with scores on ... Also lettered four seasons in basketball. of 77-80-86 at the UCF Challenge ... Helped Memphis win the team title at the Lady Eagle Personal Invitational with an individual finish of 30th. Born June 16 ... Daughter of Brad and Jackie Kees. FALL 2010: Competed in all five events, holding a 77.3 stroke average ... Had a low round of 72 at the UAB Fall Beach Blast first round ... SARAH MATHEWS Followed that round with a 79 to finish sixth, helping the Lady Tigers win the tournament for Senior • 3L a second-consecutive year ... Turned in back5-8 to-back rounds of 73 to finishing third at the Memphis, Tenn. Bobcat Invitational ... Helped lead Memphis to St. Agnes Academy Major: Accounting/ a season-opening team title at that event. International Business

FALL 2011: Compete in four of the five tournaments ... Began the fall with a 39-42--81 to finish tied for 28th place at the rain-shortened Chris Banister Golf Classic ... Carded rounds of 77-78-80--235 to finish tied for 66th at East Carolina’s Lady Pirate Intercollegiate ... Shot 78-80-79--237 at the Memphis Women’s Invitational, finishing tied for 29th ... Recorded her strongest performance at the UAB Fall Beach Blast, shooting a 36-hole tally of 75-87--162 to finish 17th.

FALL 2009: Made her collegiate debut at the Lady Paladin Invitational, posting rounds of 8285 to help Memphis to a 14th-place finish ... Fired rounds of 79-83-77 to finish 25th at the Cincinnati Fall Classic ... Carded rounds of 90-80 to place 56th and help Memphis to a third-place finish at the Lady Red Wolf Classic ... Recorded her first top-20 finish with rounds of 76-79 at the Charleston Southern Wendy’s Invitational 2010-11 - Sophomore ... Recorded a career-best, second-place finish SPRING 2011: Recorded a 78.4 stroke aver- with rounds of 74-73 at the UAB Fall Beach Blast

Mathews’ Career Stats Total 1st 2nd 3rd Tourn. Round Low Top 20 Year Tourn Rds Strokes Rd Avg Rd Avg Rd Avg Avg Avg Rd Finish 2009-10 10 26 2,063 80.3 78.2 79.7 238.2 79.3 73 3 2010-11 8 18 1,411 77.0 78.6 79.7 235.2 78.4 72 2 2011-12 9 24 1,902 77.7 81.3 79.0 237.9 79.3 75 1 Total 27 68 5,376 78.3 79.4 79.5 237.1 79.0 72 6

University of Memphis

2012

Prior to Memphis Three-time qualifier for the Optimist International Junior Championship ... A Commercial Appeal’s “Best of the Preps” finalist four years in a row (2005-08) ... Voted the 2007 Commercial Appeal Female Golfer of the Year ... In addition to her golf accolades, a National Honor Society member and sophomore and junior class president at St. Agnes Academy ... Also served as Student Government Association president her senior year.

SHELBY SAIN Junior • TR 5-9 Bolivar, Tenn. Bolivar Central HS Major: Undeclared

Prior to Memphis Ole Miss (2011-12): Played three rounds, posting a season-best 78 ... Placed 78th in her only tournament appearance ... Ole Miss (2010-11): Played in one tournament ... Tied for 54th at the Rebel Intercollegiate ... Made the UMAA Honor Roll in the fall ... Ole Miss (2009-10): Redshirted ... Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll ... Made the UMAA Honor Roll in the spring ... High School: State championships qualifier all four years ... District and region champion her senior year ... Posted a 70 to win the regional championship as a junior ... District champion her sophomore year ... Member of Bolivar Central’s varsity basketball team all four years ... Named all-region her senior year ... Received the team’s Defense Award her junior year ... Named the Powerade Player of the Month during her junior year ... Also played softball all four years ... Named all-district as a sophomore and junior ... A Tigers varsity cheerleader her junior and senior years ... Beta Club member ... Girls State delegate ... Voted Who’s Who-Most Athletic ... Received the Wall of Fame Scholarship from West Tennessee Rebel Club. Personal Daughter of Bobby and DaJuan Sain ... Born Feb. 4.

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2011-12 - Junior SPRING 2012: Shot 76-78-75--229 at the UCF Challenge, finishing tied for 58th place ... Tied for 58th at the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge, shooting rounds of 76-82-81--239 ... Tied for 63rd at Augusta State’s Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate, shooting 79-86-76--241 ... Shot 78-78-81--237 at the Rebel Intercollegiate, tying for 71st place ... Shot 79-81-81-241 at the Conference USA Championships.

2009-10 - Freshman SPRING 2010: Earned a tie for 49th with rounds of 83-75-77 at the Hurricane Invitational ... Earned a season-best, second-place finish with three-consecutive 77s at the USA Lady Jaguar Invitational and finishing tied for eighth ... Rounds of 79-78-86 earned her a share of 62nd place at the Cincinnati Spring Invitational ... Rounds of 80-78-83 helped lead Memphis to a runner-up finish at the Eastern Kentucky Lady Colonel Classic ... Finished in a tie for 37th with scores of 83-7478 at the C-USA Championships, helping the Lady Tigers to a fourth-place finish.

... Her performance paced the Lady Tigers to the program’s first team title under Coach Beth Harrelson.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts P l ay e r B i o s Turk’s Career Stats Total 1st 2nd 3rd Tourn. Round Year Tourn Rds Strokes Rd Avg Rd Avg Rd Avg Avg Avg 2011-12 3 6 480 79.3 80.5 81 160 80 Total 3 6 480 79.3 80.5 81 160 80

Low Top 20 Rd Finish 79 1 79 1

July 29 in Mandeville, La. ... Goes by the nickname “Nat” ... One of only two 2011 USGAASGA Presidents’ Leadership Award national Sophomore • 1L recipients ... Involved in numerous clubs and 5-10 extracurricular activities in high school, inBrentwood, Tenn. cluding Mu Alpha Theta, Young Life, National Ravenwood HS Honor Society, Habitat for Humanity and FelMajor: Undeclared lowship of Christian Athletes ... Garnered Student-Athlete of the Month honors in August of 2011, and Ravenwood High School Good 2011-12 - Freshman Citizen Awards in 2009 and 2010 ... Named to SPRING 2012: Did not compete as the result the Principal’s List each quarter of high school of a wrist injury. ... Completed her high school academic career with a 4.16 GPA. FALL 2011: Competed in three events, one as an individual and two as a team member ... ASHLEIGH WHISENANT Played as an individual in her collegiate debut, carding a one-round mark of 39-40--79 Sophomore • 1L to finish tied for 17th with teammate Ashley 5-6 Kees at the rain-shortened Chris Banister Attalla, Ala. Golf Classic ... Qualified for her first team apEtowah HS pearance at the 2011 Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup Major: Undeclared ... Shot a 36-hole mark of 79-81--160 to tie for 57th place at the annual Louisville event ... Concluded the season with rounds of 8080-81--241 to finish tied for 41st place at the 2011-12 - Freshman SPRING 2012: Shot a consistent 79-79-79-Memphis Women’s Invitational. 237 in only her second career event, finishing tied for 85th place at the UCF Challenge Prior to Memphis A standout dual-sport athlete at Ravenwood ... Shot 80-87-82--249 at Augusta State’s InsHigh School ... Earned varsity letters in both perity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate, finishing in golf (four years) and basketball (two years) 70th place ... Wrapped up her inaugural camwith the Raptors ... Played golf for Coach Dan- paign with a season-best performance at Ole iel Hollandsworth ... Averaged a nine-hole Miss’ Rebel Intercollegiate, finishing tied for score of 38.5 and an 18-hole score of 76.2 as 48th with rounds of 80-76-76--232. a senior ... Led Ravenwood to TSSAA 3A state runner-up finishes her junior and senior sea- FALL 2011: Competed in one event ... Placed sons ... Paced the Raptors to four regional and in a tie for 52nd (85-81-82--248) at the Memthree district golf titles ... Finished her prep phis Women’s Invitational. career having lost only one match. Prior to Memphis Prepped for Etowah High School under the Personal Daughter of Ronald and Stacy Turk ... Born tutelage of Coach Steve Roach ... Earned six varsity letters ... A standout performer for the

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Blue Devils, earning all-region honors in four of her six seasons ... Fired a career-low 68 at the 2010 Etowah County Girls Championship ... Placed first at the Grissom Girls Invitational and Etowah County Girls Championship as a senior ... Recorded a runner-up finish at the 2010 Alabama state championship ... Placed third at the Alabama Girls State Junior Championships ... Three-time Etowah County Champion ... Qualified for the AJGA at Steelwood and placed in the top-10 at the AJGA at the Ledges Championship ... Also earned four letters for the Blue Devils basketball team.

Whisenant’s Career Stats Total 1st 2nd 3rd Tourn. Round Low Top 20 Year Tourn Rds Strokes Rd Avg Rd Avg Rd Avg Avg Avg Rd Finish 2011-12 4 12 966 81 80.75 79.75 241.5 80.5 76 0 Total 4 12 966 81 80.75 79.75 241.5 80.5 76 0

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2012

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts In 2011-12, the Lady Tigers took home four top-five finishes and two tournament victories. At the end of October, the Lady Tigers captured their first tournament win of the season at the Memphis Women’s Fall Invitational, before going on to win their third-straight UAB Fall Beach Blast title. Seniors Marissa Steen and Kathleen Glavin both earned first-place finishes and C-USA Golfer of the Week honors during their final season wearing the Blue and Gray. Steen won the Chris Banister Fall Classic and the Memphis Women’s Fall In-

vitational, and Glavin was victorious at the UAB Fall Beach Blast. Steen finished the year by being named to the All-Conference USA first team. At the C-USA Championships, the Lady Tigers finished in a tie for fourth with a score of 929.

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2011-12 Review/Results C-USA Golfer of the Year Kristina Merkle, Tulsa C-USA Freshman of the Year Katie Mitchell, UCF C-USA Newcomer of the Year Kristyn Morrone, Marshall C-USA Coach of the Year Randy Keck, Tulsa

2011-12 Team Results TOURNAMENT Chris Banister Golf Classic Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup Lady Pirate Intercollegiate Memphis Women’s Fall Invitational UAB Fall Beach Blast

1ST RD 310 308 297 304 300

2ND RD - 309 305 307 303

3RD RD - - 305 302 -

TOTAL 310 617 907 913 603

PLACE TEAMS PAR 5th 8 +22 7th 14 +41 T10th 20 +43 T1st 12 +61 1st 11 +27

SPRING 2011 Feb. 12-14 Feb. 27-28 Mar. 16-18 Apr. 6-8 Apr. 23-25

TOURNAMENT UCF Challenge Sir Pizza Cards Challenge Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate Rebel Intercollegiate C-USA Championship

1ST RD 300 308 307 311 310

2ND RD 304 309 321 304 316

3RD RD 308 294 305 306 303

TOTAL 912 911 933 921 929

PLACE TEAMS PAR 13th 18 +48 6th 14 +47 12th 14 +69 11th 15 +57 T4th 10 +65

2011-12 Individual Totals ROUND TOURN. LOW TOP-20 GOLFER TOURN. RDS STROKES AVERAGE AVERAGE RD FINISH Marissa Steen 10 26 1,947 74.9 224.5 69 8 Kathleen Glavin 9 22 1,688 76.7 221.1 71 4 Alex Aläng 8 22 1,691 76.9 230.0 72 3 Julia Hodgson 10 26 2,028 78.0 233.2 74 2 Sarah Mathews 9 24 1,902 79.3 237.9 75 1 Ashley Kees 1 1 79 79.0 79.0 79 1 Natalie Turk 3 6 480 80.0 240.8 79 1 Ashleigh Whisenant 4 12 966 80.5 241.5 76 0

All-Conference USA Second Team Fanny Wolte, East Carolina Felicia Espericueta, SMU Katie Mitchell, UCF Carolin Pinegger, UCF Shang Fan Huang, UTEP All-Conference USA Third Team Katie Kirk, East Carolina Gemma Dryburgh, Tulane Ashley McKenney, Tulane Samantha Troyanovich, Tulane Kamryn Ruffin, Tulsa Monifa Sealy, UCF C-USA All-Academic Team Fanny Wolte, East Carolina Marissa Steen, Memphis Kathleen Glavin, Memphis Sandra Sohlberg, Southern Miss Marita Engzelius, Tulsa

2011-12 Individual Results FALL 2011 Alex Aläng Kathleen Glavin Julia Hodgson Ashley Kees Sarah Mathews Marissa Steen Natalie Turk Ashleigh Whisenant

CHRIS BANISTER DQ (T12) 76=76 (T34) 83=83 (T17) 79=79 (T28) 81=81 (1) 70=70 (T17) 79=79 -DNP-

WILD EGGS (80) 92-81=173 (T6) 76-74=150 (T45) 77-80=157 -DNP- -DNP- (T6) 76-74=150 (T57) 79-81=160 -DNP-

LADY PIRATE (T28) 74-79-73=226 (T35) 76-73-78=227 (T74) 81-76-81=238 -DNP- (T66) 77-78-80=235 (T15) 70-78-74=222 -DNP- -DNP-

MEMPHIS WOMEN’S (T8) 78-78-72=228 (T19) 77-74-82=233 (T17) 74-81-77=232 -DNP- (T29) 78-80-79=237 (1) 71-75-69=215 (T41) 80-80-81=241 (T52) 85-81-82=248

UAB BEACH BLAST (T3) 76-75=151 (1) 72-76=148 (T17) 84-79=163 -DNP(17) 75-87=162 (2) 77-73=150 -DNP-DNP-

SPRING 2012 Alex Aläng Kathleen Glavin Julia Hodgson Sarah Mathews Marissa Steen Ashleigh Whisenant

UCF CHALLENGE (T53) 75-77-75=227 (T53) 74-71-82=227 (T58) 77-76-76=229 (T58) 76-78-75=229 (T74) 75-78-79=232 (T85) 79-79-79=237

SIR PIZZA CARDS (35) 78-81-72=231 (32) 81-75-74=230 (35) 81-76-74=231 (T58) 76-82-81=239 (T16) 73-77-74=224 -DNP-

LADY JAGUAR -DNP- (74) 80-77=157 (T25) 74-78-77=229 (T63) 79-86-76=241 (T5) 74-70-75=219 (70) 80-87-82=249

REBEL INTERCOLLEGIATE (T27) 75-73-78=226 -DNP- (T58) 78-78-78=234 (T71) 78-78-81=237 (T58) 83-77-74=234 (T48) 80-76-76=232

C-USA CHAMPIONSHIPS (T15) 78-75-76=229 (T33) 81-82-77=240 (T21) 78-78-76=232 (T36) 79-81-81=241 (T18) 75-82-74=231 -DNP-

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All-Conference USA First Team Amy Otteson, East Carolina Marissa Steen, Memphis Maribel Lopez Porras, Tulane Kristina Merkle, Tulsa Marita Engzelius, Tulsa

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts 2011-12 Results Chris Banister Golf Classic

L a dy P i r at e I n t e r c o l l e g i at e Greenville Country Club Greenville, N.C. Oct. 10-11, 2011 Par 72 • 6,056 Yards

Hampton Cove Huntsville, Ala. Sept. 4-6, 2011 Par 72 • 5,953 Yards Team To Par 1. Samford (+6) 2. Jacksonville St. (+14) 3. Lamar (+15) 4. Mercer (+19) 5. Memphis (+22) 6. Tennessee Tech (+32) 7. Austin Peay (+44) 8. Univ. of Montevallo (+56)

Rd. 1 Rd. 2 294 - 302 - 303 - 307 - 310 - 320 - 332 - 344 -

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Rd. 3 - - - - - - - -

Total 294 302 303 307 310 320 332 344

(-2) 34-36 - 70 (+1) 35-38 - 73 (+1) 35-38 - 73 (+1) 36-37 - 73 (+1) 36-37 - 73 (+1) 37-36 - 73 (+2) 36-38 - 74 (+2) 37-37 - 74 (+3) 35-40 - 75 (+3) 37-38 - 75 (+3) 36-39 - 75 (-2) 34-36 - 70 (+4) 36-40 - 76 (+9) 39-42 - 81 (+11) 39-44 - 83 (+7) 39-40 - 79 (+7) 39-40 - 79

W i l d E gg s C a r d i n a l C u p University of Louisville’s Cardinal Club Simpsonville, Ky. Sept. 19-20, 2011 Par 72 • 6,253 Yards Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 1. N.C. State (+20) 296 300 - 2. East Carolina (+22) 300 298 - 3. Missouri (+29) 305 300 - 4. Louisville (+32) 307 301 - 5. Penn State (+34) 305 305 - 6. East Tenn. St. (+38) 311 303 - 7. Memphis (+41) 308 309 - T8. Akron (+42) 311 307 - T8. Furman (+42) 313 305 - T8. Middle Tennessee (+42) 313 305 - 11. Maryland (+43) 307 312 - 12. Cincinnati (+48) 320 304 - 13. Xavier (+56) 320 312 - 14. Morehead St. (+62) 320 318 - Individual Top 10 1. Julia Strandberg, East Carolina 2. Amanda Baker, N.C. State AnnaKarin Ljungstrom, Louisville 4. Augusta James, N.C. State 5. Sian Evans, East Tennessee St. 6. Fanny Wolte, East Carolina Ellen Ceresko, Penn State Marissa Steen, Memphis Kathleen Glavin, Memphis Allie Knight, Middle Tennessee Juliet Vongphaumy, Maryland Memphis Individuals T6. Marissa Steen T6. Kathleen Glavin T45. Julia Hodgson T57. Natalie Turk 80. Alex Aläng

Total 596 598 605 608 610 614 617 618 618 618 619 624 632 638

(+1) 75-70 - 145 (+2) 72-74 - 146 (+2) 72-74 - 146 (+3) 73-74 - 147 (+5) 76-73 - 149 (+6) 72-78 - 150 (+6) 75-75 - 150 (+6) 76-74 - 150 (+6) 76-74 - 150 (+6) 76-74 - 150 (+6) 74-76 - 150 (+6) 76-74 - 150 (+6) 76-74 - 150 (+13) 77-80 - 157 (+16) 79-81 - 160 (+29) 92-81 - 173

Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. Maryland (+15) 293 295 291 879 2. Georgia St. (+18) 293 299 290 882 3. East Carolina (+23) 292 291 304 887 4. UNC-Greensboro (+26) 294 291 305 890 5. UNC-Wilmington (+34) 300 291 307 898 6. East Tennessee St. (+37) 305 293 303 901 7. Yale (+39) 306 300 297 903 T8. James Madison (+42) 307 295 304 906 T8. Furman (+42) 295 299 312 906 T10.Longwood (+43) 304 301 302 907 T10.Memphis (+43) 297 305 305 907 12. Western Carolina (+44) 302 300 306 908 13. Coll. of Charleston (+49) 304 297 312 913 14. Pennsylvania (+52) 304 299 313 916 15. William & Mary (+61) 314 306 305 925 16. Old Dominion (+62) 304 309 313 926 17. Bucknell (+69) 308 314 311 933 18. Elon (+76) 310 310 320 940 19. Georgetown (+77) 318 305 318 941 20. High Point (+85) 314 312 323 949 Individual Top 10 1. Samantha Morrell, Old Dominion 2. Juliet Vongphaumy, Maryland Amy Otteson, East Carolina Laverry Kumar, UNC-Wilmington Laura Wearn, Furman 6. Gabriella Wahl, East Tennessee St. 7. Christine Shimel, Maryland Charlotte Lorentzen, Georgia State Seo Hee Moon, Yale 10. Fanny Cnops, UNC-Greensboro Memphis Individuals T15. Marissa Steen T28. Alex Aläng T35. Kathleen Glavin T66. Sarah Mathews T74. Julia Hodgson

(-4) 71-70-71 - 212 (-3) 70-75-68 - 213 (-3) 69-71-73 - 213 (-3) 72-67-74 - 213 (-3) 71-69-73 - 213 (-1) 72-70-73 - 215 (+1) 74-68-75 - 217 (+1) 75-69-73 - 217 (+1) 76-69-72 - 217 (+2) 69-70-79 - 218 (+6) 70-78-74 - 222 (+10) 74-79-73 - 226 (+11) 76-73-78 - 227 (+19) 77-78-80 - 235 (+22) 81-76-81 - 238

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Memphis Individuals 1. Marissa Steen T8. Alex Aläng T19. Kathleen Glavin T29. Sarah Mathews T52. Ashleigh Whisenant T17. Julia Hodgson T41. Natalie Turk

(+2) 71-75-69 - 215 (+15) 78-78-72 - 228 (+20) 77-74-82 - 233 (+24) 78-80-79 - 237 (+35) 85-81-82 - 248 (+19) 74-81-77 - 232 (+28) 80-80-81 - 241

UA B F a l l B e a c h B l a s t The Peninsula Golf & Racquet Club Gulf Shores, Ala. Oct. 31-Nov. 1, 2011 Par 72 • 6,050 Yards Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 1. Memphis (+27) 300 303 - 2. Southern Miss (+54) 318 312 - 3. UAB (+56) 309 323 - 4. Belmont (+68) 322 322 - 5. Univ. of West Fla. (+85) 328 333 - 6. UTPA (+89) 331 334 - 7. Tennessee Tech (+90) 333 333 - 8. Marshall (+99) 338 337 - 9. South Dakota (+102) 334 344 - 10. North Dakota (+104) 350 330 - 11. Austin Peay (+105) 343 338 -

Total 603 630 632 644 661 665 666 675 678 680 681

Individual Top 10 1. Kathleen Glavin, Memphis 2. Marissa Steen, Memphis 3. Alex Aläng, Memphis Vicky Correa, Southern Miss Caitlin Watts, UAB 6. Sandra Sohlberg, Southern Miss Janet Steen, Belmont 8. Brandi Rodriguez, Southern Miss Kaitlin Hovda, UTPA 10. Jaime Ritter, UAB

(+4) 72-76 - 148 (+6) 77-73 - 150 (+7) 76-75 - 151 (+7) 76-75 - 151 (+7) 73-78 - 151 (+12) 79-77 - 156 (+12) 77-79 - 156 (+13) 78-79 - 157 (+13) 78-79 - 157 (+15) 80-79 - 159

Memphis Individuals 1. Kathleen Glavin 2. Marissa Steen T3. Alex Aläng T17. Sarah Mathews T19. Julia Hodgson

(+4) 72-76 - 148 (+6) 77-73 - 150 (+7) 76-75 - 151 (+18) 75-87 - 162 (+19) 84-79 - 163

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Ridgeway Country Club Germantown, Tenn. Oct. 24-25, 2011 Par 71 • 6,150 Yards

RedTail Golf Club Sorrento, Fla. Feb. 12-14, 2012 Par 72 • 6,319 Yards

Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total T1. Samford (+61) 311 293 309 913 T1. Memphis (+61) 304 307 302 913 3. Sam Houston St. (+70) 302 311 309 922 4. Montana (+71) 313 308 302 923 5. Xavier (+77) 308 314 307 929 6. Rollins College (+87) 311 320 308 939 7. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (+90) 322 305 315 942 8. Central Arkansas (+94) 318 315 313 946 9. Boise State (+95) 315 318 314 947 10. Butler (+102) 310 321 323 954 11. UAB (+107) 318 322 319 959 12. Austin Peay St. (+153) 343 326 336 1005

Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. Auburn (-1) 285 284 294 863 2. Baylor (+1) 284 285 296 865 3. Tulane (+2) 287 289 290 866 4. UCF (+9) 295 282 296 873 5. Augusta St. (+15) 286 293 300 879 6. South Florida (+19) 292 291 300 883 7. South Carolina (+25) 290 299 300 889 8. Kentucky (+26) 297 297 296 890 9. Texas (+27) 292 306 293 891 10. Kennesaw St. (+36) 300 295 305 900 11. Miami (+42) 301 297 308 906 12. UTSA (+46) 299 300 311 910 13. Memphis (+48) 300 304 308 912 T14. Mississippi St. (+51) 308 299 308 915 T14. Coastal Carolina (+51) 303 308 304 915 16. Kansas (+53) 306 302 309 917 17. Georgia St. (+60) 302 310 312 924 18. Minnesota (+65) 310 301 318 929

Individual Top 10 1. Marissa Steen, Memphis 2. Kristin Tan, Xavier T3. Shelby Hardy, Sam Houston St. T3. Natalie Mitchell, Samford T5. Lauren Howell, Montana T5. Michele Nash, Butler 7. Kayla Turner, Samford T8. Alex Aläng, Memphis T8. Jackie Smith, Sam Houston St. T10.Olivia Weber, Montana T10.Ryann White, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

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(+2) 71-75-69 - 215 (+10) 74-73-76 - 223 (+11) 76-75-73 - 224 (+11) 78-70-76 - 224 (+13) 74-78-74 - 226 (+13) 69-80-77 - 226 (+14) 77-73-77 - 227 (+15) 78-78-72 - 228 (+15) 74-76-78 - 228 (+16) 80-75-74 - 229 (+16) 82-72-75 - 229

Individual Top 10 1. Victoria Trapani, Auburn 2. Ashley McKenney, Tulane Gemma Dryburgh, Tulane 4. Diana Fernandez, Auburn Hayley Davis, Baylor Chelsey Cothran, Baylor

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(-3) 68-72-73 - 213 (-2) 72-73-69 - 214 (-2) 73-71-70 - 214 (-1) 75-67-73 - 215 (-1) 68-71-76 - 215 (-1) 77-68-70 - 215

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Haley Wilson, Auburn Leticia Ras-Anderica, Miami Maribel Lopez Porras, Tulane Katie Mitchell, UCF Natalie Wille, Augusta St. Anna Hancock, South Fla. Nicole Vandermade, Texas

Memphis Individuals T53. Kathleen Glavin T53. Alex Aläng T58. Sarah Mathews T74. Marissa Steen T85. Ashleigh Whisenant T58. Julia Hodgson

(+1) 72-72-73 - 217 (+1) 72-71-74 - 217 (+2) 69-73-76 - 218 (+2) 75-69-74 - 218 (+2) 74-73-71 - 218 (+2) 75-70-73 - 218 (+2) 71-75-72 - 218 (+11) 74-71-82 - 227 (+11) 75-77-75 - 227 (+13) 76-78-75 - 229 (+16) 75-78-79 - 232 (+21) 79-79-79 - 237 (+13) 77-76-76 - 229

Sir Pizza Cards Challenge Weston Hills Country Club Weston, Fla. Feb. 27-28, 2012 Par 72 • 6,106 Yards

Memphis Individuals T16. Marissa Steen T32. Kathleen Glavin T35. Alex Aläng T35. Julia Hodgson T58. Sarah Mathews

(+8) 73-77-74 - 224 (+14) 81-75-74 - 230 (+15) 78-81-72 - 231 (+15) 81-76-74 - 231 (+23) 76-82-81 - 239

I n s p e r i t y L a dy J ag ua r Intercollegiate Forest Hills Golf Club Augusta, Ga. Mar. 16-18, 2012 Par 72 • 6,248 Yards

Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. UTSA (+16) 298 286 296 880 2. Augusta St. (+22) 299 289 298 886 3. Purdue (+23) 299 293 295 887 4. Kennesaw St. (+36) 304 297 299 900 5. East Tenn. St. (+42) 306 299 301 906 6. South Alabama (+49) 305 304 304 913 7. Indiana (+52) 303 303 310 916 8. Southern Miss (+56) 312 307 301 920 9. Lamar (+62) 313 308 305 926 10. Troy (+63) 308 307 312 927 11. UALR (+67) 318 306 307 931 12. Memphis (+69) 307 321 305 933 13. Charleston Southern (+73) 308 314 315 937 14. Western Carolina (+80) 320 315 309 944

Memphis Individuals T5. Marissa Steen T25. Julia Hodgson T63. Sarah Mathews 70. Ashleigh Whisenant 74. Kathleen Glavin

(-9) 75-68-64 - 207 (+1) 73-69-75 - 217 (+2) 75-70-73 - 218 (+2) 73-71-74 - 218 (+3) 75-72-72 - 219 (+3) 74-70-75 - 219 (+3) 72-73-74 - 219 (+5) 70-75-76 - 221 (+5) 76-74-71 - 221 (+6) 74-74-74 - 222 (+6) 74-75-73 - 222 (+3) 74-70-75 - 219 (+13) 74-78-77 - 229 (+25) 79-86-76 - 241 (+33) 80-87-82 - 249 80-0-77 - DNF

Individual Top 10 1. Maribel Porras-Lopez, Tulane 2. Felicia Espericueta, SMU 3. Marita Engzelius, Tulsa Katie Mitchell, UCF 5. Kristina Merkle, Tulsa 6. Monifa Sealy, UCF 7. Kamryn Ruffin, Tulsa Amy Otteson, East Carolina Korakot Simsiriwong, Marshall Caitlin Watts, UAB Memphis Individuals T15. Alex Aläng T18. Marissa Steen T21. Julia Hodgson T33. Kathleen Glavin T36. Sarah Mathews

(E) 73-72-71 - 216 (+4) 74-73-73 - 220 (+5) 71-72-78 - 221 (+5) 75-72-74 - 221 (+6) 76-73-73 - 222 (+7) 75-74-74 - 223 (+8) 74-78-72 - 224 (+8) 75-74-75 - 224 (+8) 76-74-74 - 224 (+8) 70-76-78 - 224 (+13) 78-75-76 - 229 (+15) 75-82-74 - 231 (+16) 78-78-76 - 232 (+24) 81-82-77 - 240 (+25) 79-81-81 - 241

Rebel Intercollegiate Ole Miss Golf Course Oxford, Miss. Apr. 6-8, 2012 Par 72 • 6,313 Yards Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. Baylor (+7) 292 285 294 871 2. Tulsa (+15) 302 289 288 879 3. Ole Miss (+17) 292 289 300 881 4. Missouri (+32) 298 292 306 896 5. Minnesota (+35) 306 302 291 899 6. Mississippi St. (+38) 306 289 307 902 7. Maryland (+43) 308 295 304 907 T8. Redlands CC (+44) 307 302 299 908 T8. Kansas St. (+44) 306 297 305 908 10. Harvard (+47) 304 301 306 911 11. Memphis (+57) 311 304 306 921 12. Univ. of Miami (+61) 318 310 297 925 13. Southern Miss (+63) 303 312 312 927 14. Murray St. (+69) 312 312 309 933 15. Rollins College (+76) 317 307 316 940 Individual Top 10 1. Jaclyn Jansen, Baylor 2. Marita Engzelius, Tulsa 3. Natalie Gleadall, Ole Miss 4. Stani Schiavone, Baylor 5. Sarah Schober, Redlands CC 6. Kristina Merkle, Tulsa Ally McDonald, Mississippi St. 8. Haley Millsap, Ole Miss Rika Park, Univ. of Miami Vicky Correa, Southern Miss Memphis Individuals T27. Alex Aläng T48. Ashleigh Whisenant T58. Marissa Steen T58. Julia Hodgson T71. Sarah Mathews

(-6) 70-69-71 - 210 (-5) 75-67-69 - 211 (-2) 69-71-74 - 214 (E) 73-71-72 - 216 (+1) 74-72-71 - 217 (+3) 75-73-71 - 219 (+3) 74-69-76 - 219 (+6) 73-73-76 - 222 (+6) 76-72-74 - 222 (+6) 74-74-74 - 222 (+10) 75-73-78 - 226 (+16) 80-76-76 - 232 (+18) 83-77-74 - 234 (+18) 78-78-78 - 234 (+21) 78-78-81 - 237

C - USA C h a m p i o n s h i p The Peninsula Golf & Racquet Club Gulf Shores, Ala. Apr. 23-25, 2012 Par 72 • 6,246 Yards Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. Tulsa (+20) 299 291 294 884 2. UCF (+33) 306 293 298 897 3. Tulane (+37) 301 296 304 901 T4. Memphis (+65) 310 316 303 929 T4. SMU (+65) 313 311 305 929 6. East Carolina (+66) 319 302 309 930 7. UTEP (+80) 319 314 311 944 8. Marshall (+85) 321 313 315 949 9. UAB (+86) 321 315 314 950 10. Southern Miss (+127) 347 322 322 991

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Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. N.C. State (-6) 289 287 282 858 2. Texas State (+16) 299 292 289 880 3. Univ. of Miami (+31) 295 299 301 895 4. South Florida (+40) 300 300 304 904 5. Louisville (+46) 306 302 302 910 6. Memphis (+47) 308 309 294 911 T7. Southern Miss (+51) 301 305 309 915 T7. East Tenn. St. (+51) 310 305 300 915 T9. Kansas (+55) 306 308 305 919 T9. Missouri (+55) 309 306 304 919 11. Fla. International (+57) 309 303 309 921 12. UNC-Wilmington (+66) 309 311 310 930 13. Cincinnati (+83) 310 322 315 947 14. Delaware (+92) 322 310 324 956 Individual Top 10 1. Brittany Marchand, N.C. State (-6) 70-71-69 - 210 2. Augusta James, N.C. State (-6) 69-69-72 - 210 3. Kelly Pry, South Florida (E) 71-72-73 - 216 4. Ana Menendez, N.C. State (+3) 78-73-68 - 219 Iman Nordin, Texas State (+3) 76-74-69 - 219 Amanda Baker, N.C. State (+3) 72-74-73 - 219 Valdis Jonsdottir, Texas State (+3) 74-70-75 - 219 8. Thanuttra Boonraksasat, Kansas (+4) 72-76-72 - 220 9. Vicky Correa, Southern Miss (+5) 73-74-74 - 221 10. Emily Haas, Louisville (+6) 74-74-74 - 222 Chloe Garner, East Tenn. St. (+6) 76-72-74 - 222

Individual Top 10 1. Paula Reto, Purdue 2. Casey Kennedy, Augusta St. 3. Fabiola Arriaga, UTSA Shannon Jungman, UTSA 5. Summer Batiste, UTSA Marissa Steen, Memphis Laura Gonzalez, Purdue 8. Kishi Sinha, Purdue Lea Charpier, Kennesaw St. 10. Rosie Davies, Indiana Natalie Wille, Augusta St.

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Year-By-Year Results 1983-84

1978-79 Fall 1978 Tournament App. State Invitational Purdue Invitational Missouri Invitational Lady Jack Invitational

Champion Georgia, 627 Ohio St., 621 Oklahoma St., 603 Houston Baptist, 951

Spring 1979 Tournament Champion Texas A&M Invitational SMU, 934 Duke Invitational Georgia, 313 TCWSF State Tourn. Memphis, 690 Southern Intercollegiate Georgia, 948 *Memphis failed to make cut after 36 holes

Score/Finish 698/11th of 12 698/12th of 16 695/9th of 13 1020/7th of 11

Fall 1983 Tournament Champion Alabama-Seascape Invite Texas, 918 Lady Seminole Invitational Georgia, 910 Wildcat Fall Invitational Kentucky, 597 Memphis Women’s Invite S. Florida, 900 Space Coast Invitational Tulsa 915

Score/Finish 1099/12th of 14 340/5th of 18 690/1st of 3 725/21st of 25*

Spring 1984 Tournament Cancellation Classic Duke Invitational Lady Paladin Invitational Southern Intercollegiate Troy St. Invitational

Champion Georgia, 613 Marshall, 632 UNC, 961 Missouri, 654

Score/Finish 680/12th of 14 655/11th of 20 1027/15th of 21 681/6th of 12

Spring 1980 Tournament Champion Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational Florida, 931 Tiger-Tide Invitational Georgia, 619 Lady Buckeye Invitational Ohio St., 955 TCWSF State Tournament Southern Intercollegiate Georgia, 922 *Memphis failed to make cut after 36 holes

Score/Finish 1042/10th of 11 679/8th of 8 1048/10th of 17 no team scores kept 673/20th of 28*

Fall 1984 Tournament Champion Alabama-Seascape Invite Furman, 605 Lady Seminole Invitational Florida, 876 Wildcat Fall Invitational Kentucky, 899 Memphis Women’s Invite Duke, 629 Lady Tar Heel Invitational Georgia, 894

1979-80 Fall 1979 Tournament Blue Ridge Invitational Purdue Invitational Lady Tar Heel Invitational Missouri Invitational

Score/Finish 970/10th of 18 962/13th of 16 641/8th of 15 942/9th of 17 1014/14th of 14

Champion Alabama, 917 Kentucky, 927 Kentucky, 910 Duke, 902 Memphis, 934

Score/Finish 940/5th of 13 969/9th of 19 952/8th of 17 993/15th of 17 934/1st of 10

Score/Finish 985/9th of 11 994/9th of 15 967/15th of 19 998/17th of 17 992/9th of 18

Spring 1989 Tournament Hudson Industries Inv. Metro Conf. Champ. Lady Gamecock Inv. USA Gulf Shores Inv. Susie Maxwell Classic

Champion Miami, 901 Florida St., 918 TCU, 916 Alabama, 911 Alabama, 937

Score/Finish 956/7th of 18 939/3rd of 4 968/12th of 13 947/6th of 16 1018/6th of 11

Score/Finish 650/13th of 18 948/14th of 17 951/10th of 17 666/12th of 17 961/11th of 14

Fall 1989 Tournament Champion Lady Tar Heel Invitational Kentucky, 919 Memphis Women’s Invite Furman, 906 Lady Kat Invitational Auburn, 920 Tiger-Tide Invitational Georgia, 882 Lady Blazer Invitational S. Alabama, 934

Score/Finish 970/15th of 16 947/8th of 15 963/8th of 17 951/16th of 20 957/2nd of 10

Score/Finish 995/5th of 9 1014/18th of 23 1005/16th of 16 946/11th of 23 996/12th of 14

Spring 1990 Tournament Champion C.C. of Alabama Invite Auburn (Blue), 922 Lady Gamecock Invite Georgia, 921 Lady Paladin Invitational Duke, 942 Lady Jaguar Invitational LSU, 878 Metro Conf. Champ. S. Carolina, 918

Score/Finish 973/4th of 10 980/11th of 14 1003/7th of 11 926/9th of 17 958/3rd of 4

1984-85

Spring 1985 Tournament Cancellation Classic Lady Paladin Invitational Southern Intercollegiate Hudson Industries Invite Lady Gamecock Invite

1980-81 W GOLF

Champion Furman, 922 Furman, 924 Furman, 912 Tulsa, 909 Alabama, 930

1988-89 Fall 1988 Tournament Tiger-Tide Invitational Lady Kat Invitational Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Tar Heel Inv. Lady Blazer Inv.

Champion Georgia, 926 Furman, 924 Tulsa, 902 Florida, 885 S.Carolina, 924

1989-90

1985-86

1990-91

Fall 1980 Tournament Champion Georgia Invitational Georgia, 964 Missouri Invitational Nebraska, 658 Mississippi St. Invitational Alabama, 315 Lady Tar Heel Invitational Georgia, 912 W. Kentucky Invitational Kentucky, 647 App. State Invitational Wake Forest, 610

Score/Finish 1072/18th of 22 701/6th of 11 341/2nd of 3 1004/19th of 27 663/3rd of 3 646/5th of 10

Fall 1985 Tournament Champion Lady Seminole Invitational Florida, 888 Memphis Women’s Invite LSU, 912 Lady Kat Invitational Kentucky, 905 Alabama-Seascape Invite Florida, 597 Lamar Ladies Invitational LSU, 597

Score/Finish 946/14th of 19 977/10th of 17 957/5th of 12 654/10th of 15 649/9th of 10

Spring 1981 Tournament Champion Tiger-Tide Invitational Georgia, 619 Duke Invitational N. Carolina, 965 Wildcat Fall Invitational Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational

Score/Finish 679/8th of 8 1031/9th of 18 scores unavailable scores unavailable

Spring 1986 Tournament Champion Lady Paladin Invitational LSU, 906 Southern Intercollegiate LSU, 906 Hudson Industries Invite Florida, 908 Lady Gamecock Invitational Georgia, 916 Metro Conf. Championship Kentucky, 881

Score/Finish 1004/16th of 16 1004/16th of 16 1003/15th of 21 958/10th of 13 925/5th of 7

1981-82 Fall 1981 Tournament Wildcat Fall Invitational Memphis Women’s Invite Lady Tar Heel Invitational Lady Buckeye Invitational

Champion Ohio St., 921 Furman, 910 Ohio St., 930 Ohio St., 903

Spring 1982 Tournament Champion Score/Finish Southern Intercollegiate Tulsa, 912 976/14th of 18 Memphis Women’s Invite LSU, 891 953/9th of 15 Lady Gamecock Invite S. Carolina, 897 944/6th of 12 AIAW Div. I Championship (only 2 golfers) NCAA Championship (only Christy Dristy competed)

Fall 1986 Tournament Champion Tiger-Tide Invitational Furman, 878 Lady Seminole Invitational Miami, 900 Lady Kat Invitational Kentucky, 912 Memphis Women’s Invite Duke, 910 Lady Cardinal Invitational SMU, 923

Score/Finish 995/11th of 17 1019/14th of 17 997/12th of 17 986/9th of 15 999/9th of 11

Spring 1987 Tournament Champion Southern Intercollegiate Alabama, 919 Hudson Industries Invite S. Carolina, 919 Lady Gamecock Invitational Furman, 903 Lady Eagle Classic North Texas, 612

Score/Finish 1037/16th of 17 1006/12th of 14 994/12th of 12 666/8th of 13

1982-83 Fall 1982 Tournament Florida International Invite Wildcat Fall Invitational Memphis Women’s Invite Lady Tar Heel Invitational Lady Buckeye Invitational

Score/Finish 982/13th of 15 977/13th of 17 945/11th of 16 982/13th of 15 967/15th of 21

Spring 1983 Tournament Champion LSU/Fairwood Invitational TCU, 599 Troy St. Invitational Alabama, 942 Duke Invitational Furman, 939 Fall Creek Falls Invitational Georgia, 933

Fall 1987 Tournament Champion Tiger-Tide Invitational S. Florida, 937 Lady Cardinal Invitational LSU, 932 Lady Seminole Invitational Miami, 917 Memphis Women’s Invite Duke, 921 Lady Kat Invitational Kentucky, 903

Score/Finish 645/9th of 12 1007/5th of 11 988/8th of 15 1001/7th of 8

Spring 1988 Tournament Champion Hudson Industries Invite Auburn, 909 Lady Gamecock Invite Oklahoma St., 915 Woodbridge Collegiate Miami, 900 Southern Intercollegiate Georgia, 879 Metro Conf. Champ. Florida St., 909

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Spring 1991 Tournament Champion C.C. of Alabama Invite S. Carolina, 612 Lady Gamecock Invitational Kentucky, 926 So. Alabama Intercollegiate LSU, 918 Metro Conf. Champ. Florida St., 600

Score/Finish score na/10th score na/4th 930/4th score na/3rd score na/11th Score/Finish 641/4th 948/6th 965/11th 631/2nd

Fall 1991 Tournament Champion Lady Kat Invitational Kentucky, 902 Memphis Women’s Invite S. Carolina, 940 Lady Paladin Invitational Furman, 902 Tiger-Tide Invitational Georgia, 942

Score/Finish 961/6th 963/7th 960/12th 969/T4th

Spring 1992 Tournament Champion Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational Minnesota, 937 Lady Gamecock Invitational Duke, 914 Husker Women’s Invite Memphis, 949 Southern Intercollegiate San Jose St., 916 So. Alabama Intercollegiate LSU, 886

Score/Finish 950/2nd 947/7th 949/1st 968/12th 929/4th

1992-93

1987-88

Champion Miami, 911 Ohio St., 921 Furman, 910 Ohio St., 930 Ohio St., 903

Champion Texas, 901 na Furman, 916 na na

1991-92

1986-87 Score/Finish 977/13th of 17 945/11th of 16 984/13th of 19 967/15th of 21

Fall 1990 Tournament Lady Tar Heel Invitational Alabama Intercollegiate Memphis Women’s Invite Lady Kat Invitational Tiger-Tide Invitational

Score/Finish 979/7th of 15 969/9th of 11 981/13th of 19 954/5th of 16 967/ 8th of 17 Score/Finish 975/10th of 14 1015/12th of 15 996/10th of 10 988/15th of 16 960/3rd of 4

Fall 1992 Tournament Champion Tiger-Tide Invitational Georgia, 908 Lady Kat Invitational Oklahoma St., 912 Memphis Women’s Invite Kentucky, 936 Lady Tar Heel Invitational UNC, 897

Score/Finish 995/T12th 978/13th 1008/14th 1009/16th

Spring 1993 Tournament Champion Southern Intercollegiate San Jose St., 916 Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational Wake Forest, 919 So. Alabama Intercollegiate Ole Miss, 920 Lady Gamecock Invitational Furman, 909

Score/Finish 1026/T15th 1003/10th 967/11th 979/14th

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Spring 1994 Tournament Champion LSU/Fairwood Invitational Texas Tech, 912 UNT/SMU Invitational Nebraska, 627 USF Invitational Wake Forest, 922 Great Midwest Champ. Memphis, 975

Score/Finish 969/T11th 632/3rd 1033/20th 975/1st

1994-95 Fall 1994 Tournament Champion Lady Paladin Invitational Wake Forest, 897 Lady Kat Invitational Wake Forest, 900 Memphis Women’s Invite Tennessee, 927 Northern Telecom Invite Arizona St., 900

Score/Finish 948/15th 968/14th 957/3rd 995/16th

Spring 1995 Tournament Champion LSU/Fairwood Invitational LSU, 900 USF Invitational Indiana, 928 Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational Indiana, 920 Great Midwest Champ. Memphis, 947

Score/Finish 935/5th 979/4th 953/7th 947/1st

1995-96 Score/Finish 917/1st 902/T5th 920/3rd 934/T10th 302/1st

Spring 1996 Tournament Champion LSU/Fairwood Invitaional Arizona, 884 Duke Spring Invitational Wake Forest, 900 Liz Murphy Classic Tulsa, 917 C-USA Championship S. Florida, 908 NCAA East Regional Duke, 905

Score/Finish 934/6th 1004/11th 929/10th 910/2nd 965/16th

1996-97 Champion Memphis, 919 Tennessee, 908 Kentucky, 904 Wake Forest, 908 Memphis, 605

Score/Finish 919/1st 960/11th 912/2nd 916/5th 605/1st

Spring 1997 Tournament Champion LSU/Fairwood Invitational Arizona, 891 Duke Invitational Tennessee, 915 Liz Murphy Classic Georgia, 907 C-USA Championship Memphis, 912 NCAA East Regional Ohio St., 937

Score/Finish 923/3rd 936/5th 933/7th 912/1st 958/8th

1997-98 Fall 1997 Tournament Champion Lady Paladin Invitational Furman, 894 Memphis Women’s Invitate Georgia, 913 Lady Tar Heel Invitational Duke, 884 Mercedez-Benz Champ. Duke, 899 Rolex Fall Preview Arizona, 889

Score/Finish 909/7th 918/2nd 892/4th 948/14th 939/15th

Spring 1998 Tournament Champion Liz Murphy Classic Georgia, 883 LSU/Fairwood Invitational LSU, 890 GTE Mo-Morial Texas A&M, 898 C-USA Championship S. Florida, 902 NCAA East Regional Georgia, 882

Score/Finish 937/8th 894/2nd 931/3rd 915/3rd of 6 920/10th

Fall 1998 Tournament Champion Lady Tar Heel Invitational Duke, 854 Beacon Woods Invitational S. Florida, 903 Mercedez-Benz Champ. Duke, 892 Lady Paladin Invitational Georgia, 905 Memphis Women’s Invite Alabama, 904

Score/Finish 914/6th of 17 914/3rd of 12 927/T8th of 17 934/7th of 18 914/3rd of 15

Spring 1999 Tournament Champion LSU/Fairwood Invitational Duke, 620 Bryan National Collegiate Washington, 916 Liz Murphy Classic Georgia, 872 C-USA Championship S. Florida, 928 NCAA East Regional Georgia, 884

Score/Finish 641/7th of 18 959/8th of 12 981/17th of 18 949/4th of 6 923/15th of 19

1999-00 Fall 1999 Tournament Champion Memphis Women’s Invite Miss. St., 922 Lady Buckeye Invitational Purdue, 919 Lady Tar Heel Invitational Duke, 891 Mercedez-Benz Champ. Georgia, 906 Lady Paladin Invitational Wake Forest, 892 Rainbow Wahine Golf Classic UCLA, 923

Score/Finish 949/T3rd of 10 969/11th of 12 982/15th of 15 988/18th of 18 959/14th of 24 954/T8th of 14

Spring 2000 Tournament Champion GTE Mo-Morial Missouri, 928 Bryan National Collegiate Wake Forest, 896 Cleveland Golf Classic LSU, 918 C-USA Championship S. Florida, 914

Score/Finish 969/T13th of 16 946/T12th of 15 973/T8th of 12 928/4th of 7

2000-01 Fall 2000 Tournament Champion Lady Paladin Invitational Auburn, 877 Memphis Women’s Invite UNC Greensboro, 947 Lady Tar Heel Invitational Duke, 894 Beacon Woods Invitational S. Florida, 906 Pine Needles Collegiate Michigan St., 890

Score/Finish 912/9th of 22 958/4th of 13 943/7th of 17 925/4th of 12 915/7th of 12

Spring 2001 Tournament Champion Green Wave Classic Tennessee, 921 Carolinas Golf Classic Campbell, 628 UNC Wilmington Invite Charleston So., 933 Bryan National Collegiate Duke, 856 C-USA Championship Memphis, 904 NCAA West Regional Arizona, 868

Score/Finish 974/10th of 15 642/5th of 22 955/6th of 18 902/7th of 17 904/1st of 7 934/14th of 21

2001-02 Fall 2001 Tournament Champion Memphis Women’s Invite Memphis, 915 Lady Tar Heel Invitational Duke, 894 Lady Paladin Invitational Auburn, 893 Palmetto Intercollegiate Louisville, 909 Spring 2002 Tournament Green Wave Classic Carolinas Golf Classic Liz Murphy Classic Bryan National Collegiate C-USA Championship NCAA East Regional

Champion Tulane, 601 Memphis, 610 Florida, 879 Duke, 870 TCU, 886 Duke 859

Score/Finish 915/1st of 12 963/12th of 14 945/15th of 21 917/4th of 16 Score/Finish 639/4th of 15 610/1st of 20 932/T10th of 18 912/11th of 17 909/4th of 9 897/11th of 21

2002-03 Fall 2002 Tournament Champion Memphis Women’s Invite Memphis, 896 Lady Cardinal Invitational Louisville, 919 Lady Tar Heel Invitational Duke, 877 Beacon Woods Invitational Tulane, 864 Lady Paladin Invitational Furman, 880

Score/Finish 896/1st of 9 926/3rd of 14 936/15th of 15 903/4th of 13 926/13th of 16

Spring 2003 Tournament Champion Carolinas Golf Classic East Carolina, 920 Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational Penn State, 607 Bryan National Collegiate Duke, 580 Cleveland Golf Classic UNC Wilmington, 889 C-USA Championship S. Florida, 912

Score/Finish 957/8th of 16 608/2nd of 13 650/18th of 18 905/3rd of 14 957/6th of 9

University of Memphis

2012

Fall 2003 Tournament Champion UA-Ann Rhoads Intercollegiate Florida St., 610 Wildcat Fall Invitational Vanderbilt, 926 Beacon Woods Invitational S. Florida, 891 Lady Paladin Invitational Georgia, 866 Ross Resorts Invitational James Madison, 911

Score/Finish 673/11th of 12 1013/18th of 18 958/9th of 9 1000/15th of 17 984/T10th of 12

Spring 2004 Tournament Cleveland Golf Classic Lady Eagle Classic C-USA Championship

Score/Finish 1002/16th of 17 978/8th of 18 1029/8th of 9

Champion UNC, 903 Charleston, 910 Tulane, 941

2004-05 Fall 2004 Tournament Champion UA-Ann Rhoads Intercollegiate Tulane, 596 Wildcat Fall Invitational Miss. St., 898 Pat Bradley Invitational Princeton, 907 Lady Paladin Invitational Furman, 871 Ross Resorts Invitational Baylor, 934 Spring 2005 Tournament Champion Miccosukee Champ. Georgia State, 914 UNLV Spring Invitational USC, 895 Tapatio Springs Shootout Baylor, 897 Lady Eagle Classic Birmingham So., 879 C-USA Championship Tulane, 898

Score/Finish 641/10th of 14 934/3rd of 12 946/7th of 16 914/16th of 23 952/5th of 11 Score/Finish 983/T15th of 18 984/1th of 18 983/15th of 18 919/T6th of 13 961/7th of 10

2005-06 Fall 2005 Tournament Champion UA-Ann Rhoads Intercollegiate Alabama, 900 Wildcat Fall Invitational Florida, 881 Lady Paladin Invitational Furman, 894 Palmetto Intercollegiate Idaho, 912 Spring 2006 Tournament Champion Pat Bradley Invitational Augusta St., 897 UNLV Spring Invitational UNLV, 879 Lady Panther Intercollegiate Augusta St., 620 Lady Eagle Classic Memphis, 893 C-USA Championship East Carolina, 887

Score/Finish 938/9th of 16 912/7th of 15 933/T13th of 17 957/16th of 19 Score/Finish 925/7th of 20 925/12th of 19 621/T2nd of 14 893/1st of 11 919/6th of 9

2006-07 Fall 2006 Tournament Champion Badger Women’s Invitational Indiana, 922 Ron Moore Women’s Intcollegiate Denver, 849 Wildcat Fall Invitational Memphis, 929 Lady Paladin Invitational Northwestern, 912 Lady Jaguar Invitational Georgia State, 606 Spring 2007 Tournament Champion Baja Classic Oregon, 609 Pinehurst Challenge East Carolina, 613 Cleveland Golf Classic Duke, 286 Lady Panther Intercollegiate Maryland, 585 C-USA Championship Memphis, 912 NCAA West Regional Okla. St./Stanford, 874

Score/Finish 942/6th of 11 895/5th of 16 929/1st of 15 924/2nd of 17 627/4th of 7 Score/Finish 625/T7th of 15 644/12th of 17 949/19th of 21 608/T7th of 17 912/1st of 9 975/21st of 21

2007-08 Fall 2007 Tournament Lady Cardinal Cup Wildcat Fall Invitational Johnie Imes Invitational Lady Paladin Invitational Pat Bradley Invitational

Champion Notre Dame, 878 Alabama, 582 Missouri, 892 TCU, 896 S. Florida, 896

Score/Finish 923/11th of 17 639/11th of 14 962/5th of 10 948/16th of 18 DNF

Spring 2008 Tournament Champion Fighting Camel Classic Campbell, 301 Pinehurst Challenge East Carolina, 613 Dr. Donnis Thompson Invite Okla. St., 880 Lady Panther Intercollegiate Georgia State, 613 C-USA Championship Tulsa, 904

Score/Finish 316/3rd of 15 962/18th of 20 956/T8th of 16 657/15th of 15 951/5th of 9

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W GOLF

Fall 1995 Tournament Champion Memphis Women’s Invite Memphis, 917 Lady Tar Heel Invitational Wake Forest, 877 Lady Kat Invitational Michigan, 904 Lady Paladin Invitational Furman, 900 Lady Panther Invitational Memphis, 302

Fall 1996 Tournament Memphis Women’s Invite Lady Tar Heel Invitational Lady Kat Invitational Lady Paladin Invitational Lady Panther Invitational

2003-04

1998-99

Fall 1993 Tournament Champion Tiger-Tide Invitational LSU, 618 Carolyn Cudone Intercollegiate S. Carolina, 910 Memphis Women’s Invite Furman, 924 Lady Tar Heel Invitational Wake Forest, 900

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Year-By-Year Results 2008-09 Fall 2008 Tournament Cincinnati Fall Classic Johnie Imes Invitational Lady Red Wolf Classic Ross Resort Invitational Spring 2009 Tournament Qdoba Invitational Lady Eagle Classic Lady Rebel Intercollegiate C-USA Championship

Year-by-Year Coaching Breakdown

Champion Georgia State Ole Miss Drake Nova Southeastern

Score/Finish 358/10th of 10 338/16th of 17 320/8th of 14 323/7th of 9

Champion Georgia State Southern Miss Tulane Tulane

Score/Finish 327/13th of 14 328/8th of 10 328/10th of 14 349/8th of 10

Year 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

2009-10 Fall 2009 Tournament Champion Lady Paladin Invitational Nova Southeastern Cincinnati Fall Classic Cincinnati Lady Red Wolf Classic Arkansas State CSU Wendy’s Invitational Coastal Carolina UAB Fall Beach Blast Memphis

Score/Finish 327/14th of 17 319/6th of 14 315/T3 of 13 309/3rd of 15 300/1st of 12

Spring 2010 Tournament Champion Hurricane Invitational UCF Lady Jaguar Invitational Memphis Cincinnati Spring Invitational Illinois EKU Lady Colonel Classic Morehead St. C-USA Championship Tulane

Score/Finish 941/15th of 17 913/1st of 16 925/6th of 18 909/2nd of 17 895/4th of 10

W GOLF

2010-11 Fall 2010 Tournament Bobcat Invitational Cincinnati Fall Classic Lady Pirate Intercollegiate Memphis Women’s Invite UAB Fall Beach Blast

Champion Memphis FIU Maryland Illinois Memphis

Spring 2011 Tournament Champion UCF Challenge Coastal Carolina Sir Pizza Cards Challenge Texas State Administaff Lady Jaguar Int. Purdue Lady Eagle Classic Memphis Lady Rebel Intercollegiate Tennessee C-USA Championship UTEP

Score/Finish 579/1st of 6 932/5th of 15 895/6th of 16 621/2nd of 18 592/1st of 8 Score/Finish 920/T15th of 17 908/3rd of 14 920/T11th of 17 605/1st of 8 928/15th of 18 911/4th of 10

Coach Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Sally Andrews Sally Andrews Sally Andrews Sally Andrews Sally Andrews Lori Brock Lori Brock Lori Brock Lori Brock Debby King Debby King Debby King Debby King Debby King Debby King Katie Rump (Interim) Sheryl Maize Donna Noonan (Interim) Jenny Bruun Jenny Bruun Jenny Bruun Jenny Bruun Beth Harrelson Beth Harrelson Beth Harrelson Beth Harrelson

Conf. Finish N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 5th • Metro N/A 3rd • Metro 3rd • Metro 3rd • Metro 2nd • Metro N/A N/A 1st • Great Midwest 1st • Great Midwest 2nd • C-USA 1st • C-USA 3rd • C-USA 4th • C-USA 4th • C-USA 1st • C-USA 4th • C-USA 6th • C-USA 8th • C-USA 7th • C-USA 6th • C-USA 1st • C-USA 5th • C-USA 8th • C-USA 4th • C-USA 4th • C-USA T4th • C-USA

NCAA Finish DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Regional Regional Regional Regional DNQ Regional Regional DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Regional DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ

2011-12 Fall 2011 Tournament Champion Chris Banister Golf Classic Samford Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup N.C. State Lady Pirate Intercollegiate Maryland Memphis Women’s Fall Invite Memphis, Samford UAB Fall Beach Blast Memphis Spring 2012 Tournament Champion UCF Challenge Auburn Sir Pizza Cards Challenge N.C. State Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate UTSA Rebel Intercollegiate Baylor C-USA Championship Tulsa

Score/Finish 310/5th of 8 617/7th of 14 907/T10th of 20 913/T1st of 12 603/1st of 11 Score/Finish 912/13th of 18 911/6th of 14 933/12th of 14 921/11th of 15 929/T4th of 10

Lynn Parkes Nine Seasons 1977-86

Sally Andrews Five Seasons 1986-91

Lori Brock Four Seasons 1991-95

Debby King Six Seasons 1995-01

Sheryl Maize One Season 2002-03

Donna Noonan One Season (Interim) 2003-04

Jenny Bruun Four Seasons 2004-08

Beth Harrelson Four Seasons 2008-Present

* Bold indicates first-place Memphis finish

University of Memphis

2012

Tigers Fall Sports Fact Book

Katie Rump One Season (Interim) 2001-02

2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts AIAW D i v . 1 G o l f C h a m p i o n s h i p

Spring 1982

(only 2 golfers)

Alabama, University Ann Rhoads Intercollegiate Fall 2003 11 of 12 Fall 2004 10 of 14 Fall 2005 9 of 16 Alabama Intercollegiate Fall 1990 4th

673 641 938

of

Florida State, 610 Tulane, 596 Alabama, 900

na

na

A l a b a m a -S e a s c a p e I n v i tat i o n a l

Fall 1983 Fall 1984 Fall 1985

10 of 18 13 of 18 10 of 15

970 650 654

Texas, 918 Furman, 605 Florida, 597

A p pa l a c h i a n S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Appalachian State Invitational Fall 1978 11 of 12 698 Fall 1980 5 of 10 646

Georgia, 627 Wake Forest, 610

A r k a n s a s S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Lady Red Wolf Classic Fall 2008 8 of 14 Fall 2009 T3 of 13

957 629

Drake, 917 Arkansas State, 612

Charleston, College Edwin Watts/Carolinas Golf Classic Spring 2001 5 of 22 642 Spring 2002 1 of 20 610 Spring 2003 8 of 16 957 Edwin Watts/Palmetto Intercollegiate Fall 2001 4 of 16 917 Fall 2005 16 of 19 957 Pinehurst Challenge Spring 2007 12 of 17 644 Spring 2008 18 of 20 962

and

Auburn, 922 S. Carolina, 612

Alabama

679 Georgia, 619 1038 Georgia, 935 995 Furman, 878 979 South Florida, 937 940 Alabama, 917 951 Georgia, 882 Score NA 969 Georgia, 942 995 Georgia, 908 655 LSU, 618

983

Baylor, 897

B lue R idge M ountain I nvitational 12 of 14

680

Spring 1984 Spring 1985

9 of 11 5 of 9

985 995

925

Illinois, 893

C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a C o l l e g e

Spring 1996 Spring 1997 Spring 1998 Spring 1999 Spring 2000 Spring 2001 Spring 2002 Spring 2003 Spring 2004 Spring 2005 Spring 2006 Spring 2007 Spring 2008 Spring 2009 Spring 2010 Spring 2011 Spring 2012

2 of 6 1 of 6 3 of 6 4 of 6 4 of 7 1 of 7 4 of 9 6 of 9 8 of 9 7 of 10 6 of 9 1 of 9 5 of 9 8 of 10 4 of 10 4 of 10 T4 of 10

S. Carolina, 910

910 912 915 949 928 904 909 957 1029 961 919 912 951 1029 895 911 929

USF, 908 Memphis, 912 USF, 902 USF, 928 USF, 914 Memphis, 904 TCU, 886 USF, 912 Tulane, 941 Tulane, 898 East Carolina, 887 Memphis, 912 Tulsa, 904 Tulane, 933 Tulane, 858 UTEP, 904 Tulsa, 884

of

Ron Moore Women’s Intercollegiate Fall 2006 5 of 16 895

Denver, 849

Duke University Duke Invitational Spring 1979 Spring 1981 Spring 1983 Spring 1984 Spring 1996 Spring 1997

5 of 18 9 of 18 8 of 15 9 of 15 11th 5th

340 1031 988 994 1004 936

Georgia, 313 N. Carolina, 965 Furman, 939 Furman, 924 Wake Forest, 900 Tennessee, 915

East Carolina University Lady Pirate Intercollegiate Fall 2010 6 of 16 Fall 2011 T10 of 20

Campbell, 301

895 907

Maryland, 876 Maryland, 879

Eastern Kentucky University EKU Lady Colonel Classic Spring 2010 2 of 17

C a n c e l l at i o n C l a s s i c

of

Georgia State, 880 Cincinnati, 937 FIU, 889

Carolyn Cudone Intercollegiate Fall 1993 15th 1009

Georgia, 613

Campbell University Fighting Camel Spring Classic Spring 2008 3 of 15 316

1023 950 932

Denver, University

B ay l o r U n i v e r s i t y

Fall 1979

Coastal Carolina, 586

C i n c i n n at i , U n i v e r s i t y

A u g u s ta S tat e

East Carolina, 613 East Carolina, 613

C o n f e r e n c e USA C h a m p i o n s h i p

Lady Jaguar Invitational Fall 2006 4 of 7 627 Georgia State, 606 Administaff Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate Spring 2011 T11 of 16 920 Purdue, 859 Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate Spring 2012 12 of 14 933 UTSA, 880

Tapatio Springs Shootout Spring 2005 15 of 18

Louisville, 909 Idaho, 912

Furman, 922 Georgia, 926

909

Morehead State, 905

F a l l C r e e k F a l l s I n v i tat i o n a l

Spring 1983

University of Memphis

7 of 8

1001

2012

Florida International Invitational Fall 1982 13 of 15 982 Pat Bradley Invitational Fall 2004 7 of 16 946 Spring 2006 7 of 20 925 Fall 2007 DNF DNF Miccosukee Championship Spring 2005 T15 of 18 983

Miami, 911 Princeton, 907 Augusta State, 897 USF, 896 Georgia State, 914

F l o r i d a S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Lady Seminole Invitational Fall 1983 13 of 16 Fall 1984 14 of 17 Fall 1985 14 of 19 Fall 1986 14 of 17 Fall 1987 13 of 19

962 948 946 1019 981

Georgia, 910 Florida, 876 FIU, 888 Miami, 900 Miami, 917

Furman University Lady Paladin Invitational Spring 1984 15 of 19 Spring 1985 18 of 23 Spring 1986 10 of 14 Spring 1990 7 of 11 Fall 1991 12th Fall 1994 15th Fall 1995 T10th Fall 1996 5th Fall 1997 7th Fall 1998 7 of 18 Fall 1999 14 of 24 Fall 2000 9 of 22 Fall 2001 15 of 21 Fall 2002 13 of 16 Fall 2003 15 of 17 Fall 2004 16 of 23 Fall 2005 T13 of 17 Fall 2006 2 of 17 Fall 2007 16 of 18 Fall 2009 14 of 17

967 Furman, 912 1014 Furman, 924 973 Furman, 923 1003 Duke, 942 960 Furman, 902 948 Wake Forest, 897 934 Furman, 900 916 Wake Forest, 908 909 Furman, 894 934 Georgia, 905 949 Wake Forest, 892 912 Auburn, 877 945 Auburn, 893 926 Furman, 880 1000 Georgia, 866 914 Furman, 871 933 Furman, 894 924 Northwestern, 912 948 TCU, 896 649 Nova Southeastern, 611

G e o rg i a , U n i v e r s i t y Southern Intercollegiate Spring 1979 21 of 25 Spring 1980 20 of 28 Spring 1982 14 of 18 Spring 1984 17 of 17 Spring 1985 16 of 16 Spring 1986 16 of 16 Spring 1987 16 of 17 Spring 1988 15 of 16 Spring 1992 12th Spring 1993 T15th Georgia Invitational Fall 1980 18 of 22 Liz Murphy Collegiate Classic Spring 1996 10th Spring 1997 7th Spring 1998 8th Spring 1999 17 of 18 Spring 2002 T10 of 18

of

725 673 976 998 1005 1004 1037 988 968 1026

Georgia, 948 Georgia, 922 Tulsa, 912 Tulsa, 909 Tulsa, 902 LSU, 906 Alabama, 919 Georgia, 879 San Jose State, 916 San Jose State, 926

1072

Georgia, 964

929 933 937 981 932

Tulsa, 917 Georgia, 907 Georgia, 883 Georgia, 872 Florida, 879

G e o rg i a S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Lady Panther Invitational Fall 1995 1st 302 Memphis, 302 Fall 1996 1st 605 Memphis, 605 Spring 2006 2 of 14 621 Augusta State, 620 John Kirk/Lady Panther Intercollegiate Spring 2007 T7 of 17 608 Maryland, 585 Spring 2008 15 of 15 657 Georgia State, 613

G r e at M i dw e s t C o n f e r e n c e C h a m p i o n s h i p

Spring 1994 Spring 1995

1st 1st

Georgia, 933

Tigers Fall Sports Fact Book

975 947

Memphis, 975 Memphis, 947

W GOLF

Auburn Tiger-Tide Invitational Spring 1980 8 of 8 Spring 1981 9 of 13 Fall 1986 11 of 17 Fall 1987 7 of 15 Fall 1988 5 of 13 Fall 1989 16 of 20 Fall 1990 11th Fall 1991 T4th Fall 1992 T12th Fall 1993 T11th

614

Cincinnati Fall Classic Fall 2008 11 of 11 Fall 2009 6 of 14 Fall 2010 5 of 16 Cincinnati Spring Invitational Spring 2010 6 of 18

Auburn University Country Club of Alabama Invitational Spring 1990 4 of 10 973 Spring 1991 4th 641

Campbell , 628 Memphis, 610 East Carolina, 920

Charleston Southern CSU Wendy’s Invitational Fall 2009 3 of 15

F l o r i d a I n t e r n at i o n a l U n i v e r s i t y

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Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup Fall 2011 7 of 14

of

Rainbow Wahine Fall Golf Classic Fall 1999 T8 of 14 954 Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Spring 2008 8 of 16 956

H u d s o n I n d u s t r i e s I n v i tat i o n a l

Spring 1985 Spring 1986 Spring 1987 Spring 1988 Spring 1989

11 of 23 15 of 21 12 of 14 10 of 14 7 of 18

946 1003 1006 975 956

Florida, 885 Florida, 908 S. Carolina, 919 Auburn, 909 Miami, 901

J a c k s o n v i l l e S tat e Chris Banister Golf Classic Fall 2011 5 of 8

310

Samford, 294

W GOLF

Kentucky, University Wildcat Fall Invitational Spring 1981 (scores unavailable) Fall 1981 13 of 17 977 Fall 1982 13 of 17 977 Fall 1983 8 of 15 641 Fall 1984 10 of 17 951 Fall 2003 18 of 18 1013 Fall 2004 3 of 12 934 Fall 2005 7 of 15 912 Fall 2006 1 of 15 929 Fall 2007 11 of 14 952 Lady Kat Invitational Fall 1985 5 of 12 957 Fall 1986 12 of 17 997 Fall 1987 8 of 17 967 Fall 1988 9 of 19 969 Fall 1989 8 of 17 963 Fall 1990 3rd na Fall 1991 6th 961 Fall 1992 13th 978 Fall 1994 14th 968 Fall 1995 3rd 920 Fall 1996 2nd 912

of

Ohio State, 921 Ohio State, 921 Kentucky, 597 Kentucky, 899 Vanderbilt, 926 Mississippi St, 898 Florida, 881 Memphis, 929 Alabama, 877 Kentucky, 905 Kentucky, 912 Kentucky, 903 Kentucky, 927 Auburn, 920 na Kentucky, 902 Oklahoma St., 912 Wake Forest, 900 Michigan, 904 Kentucky, 904

Metro Conference Tournament Spring 1986 Spring 1988 Spring 1989 Spring 1990 Spring 1991

Fall 1978

7 of 11

1020

Hous. Baptist, 951

Lamar University Lamar Ladies Invitational Fall 1985 9 of 10

649

LSU, 597

LSU LSU/Fairwood Invitational Spring 1983 9 of 12 Spring 1994 T11th Spring 1995 5th Spring 1996 6th Spring 1997 3rd Spring 1998 2nd Spring 1999 7 of 18 Cleveland Golf Classic Spring 2000 T8 of 12 Spring 2003 3 of 14 Spring 2004 16 of 17 Spring 2007 19 of 21

Qdoba Invitational Spring 2009 13 of 14 Hurricane Invitational Spring 2010 15 of 17

Lady Rebel Intercollegiate Spring 2009 10 of 14 Spring 2011 15 of 16 Spring 2012 11 of 15

973 905 1002 949

LSU, 918 UNC-Wilm., 889 N. Carolina, 903 Duke, 872

Mississippi State Invitational Fall 1980 2 of 3

999 969 926

SMU, 923 LSU, 932 Louisville, 919

923

Notre Dame, 878

908 911

Texas State, 902 N.C. State, 858

Kentucky, 881 Florida State, 909 Florida State, 918 S. Carolina, 918 Florida State, 600

968

Georgia State, 891

941

UCF, 894

of

695 681 701

Oklahoma St., 603 Missouri, 654 Nebraska, 658

962 999

Missouri, 892 Mississippi, 900

954 928 921

of

Tulane, 889 Tennessee, 863 Baylor, 871

M i s s i s s i p p i S tat e U n i v e r s i t y 341

Alabama, 315

M o n ta n ta S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Bobcat Invitational Fall 2010 1 of 6

579

Memphis, 579

NCAA E a s t R e g i o n a l

Spring 1996 Spring 1997 Spring 1998 Spring 1999 Spring 2002

University of Memphis

16th 8th 10th 15 of 19 11 of 21

965 958 920 923 897

2012

Spring 2001 Spring 2007

Spring 1982

14 of 21 21 of 21

Duke, 905 Ohio State, 937 Georgia, 882 Georgia, 884 Duke, 859

934 975

Arizona, 868 OSU/Stanford, 874

NCAA W omen ’ s G olf C hampionship (only Christy Dristy competed)

N e br a s k a , U n i v e r s i t y Husker Women’s Golf Invitational Spring 1992 1st 949

of

1027 1004 984 982 961 993 970 Score NA 1009 925 902 960 892 914 982 943 963 936

Memphis, 949

North Carolina, University Lady Tar Heel Invitational Fall 1979 15 of 21 Fall 1980 19 of 27 Fall 1981 13 of 19 Fall 1982 13 of 15 Fall 1984 11 of 14 Fall 1988 15 of 17 Fall 1989 15 of 16 Fall 1990 10th Fall 1992 16th Fall 1993 14th Fall 1995 T5th Fall 1996 11th Fall 1997 4th Fall 1998 6 of 17 Fall 1999 15 of 15 Fall 2000 7 of 17 Fall 2001 12 of 14 Fall 2002 15 of 15

of

N. Carolina, 961 Georgia, 912 Ohio State, 930 Ohio State, 930 Georgia, 894 Duke, 902 Kentucky, 919 Texas, 901 N. Carolina, 897 Wake Forest, 900 Wake Forest, 877 Tennessee, 908 Duke, 884 Duke, 854 Duke, 891 Duke, 894 Duke, 894 Duke, 877

N o r t h T e x a s & SMU UNT/SMU Invitational Spring 1994 3rd

of

Mississippi, University

TCU, 599 Texas Tech, 912 LSU, 900 Arizona, 884 Arizona, 891 LSU, 890 Duke, 620

of

925 960 939 958 631

Missouri, University Missouri Invitational Fall 1978 9 of 13 Fall 1979 6 of 12 Fall 1980 6 of 11 Johnie Imes Invitational Fall 2007 5 of 10 Fall 2008 17 of 18

645 969 935 934 923 894 641

Louisville, University Lady Cardinal Invitational Fall 1986 9 of 11 Fall 1987 9 of 11 Fall 2002 3 of 14 Lady Cardinal Cup Fall 2007 11 of 17 Sir Pizza Cards Challenge Spring 2011 3 of 14 Spring 2012 6 of 14

5 of 7 3 of 4 3 of 4 3 of 5 2nd

Miami, University

L a dy J a c k (T e x a s ) I n v i tat i o n a l

of

Memphis Women’s Invitational Fall 1981 11 of 16 945 Furman, 910 Spring 1982 9 of 15 953 LSU, 891 Fall 1982 11 of 16 945 Furman, 910 Fall 1983 9 of 17 942 South Florida, 900 Fall 1984 12 of 17 666 Duke, 629 Fall 1985 10 of 17 977 LSU, 912 Fall 1986 9 of 15 986 Duke, 910 Fall 1987 5 of 16 954 Duke, 921 Fall 1988 8 of 17 952 Kentucky, 910 Fall 1989 8 of 15 947 Furman, 947 Fall 1990 4th 930 Furman, 916 Fall 1991 7th 963 S. Carolina, 940 Fall 1992 14th 1008 Kentucky, 936 Fall 1993 5th 957 Furman, 924 Fall 1994 3rd 957 Tennessee, 927 Fall 1995 1st 917 Memphis, 917 Fall 1996 1st 919 Memphis, 919 Fall 1997 2nd 918 Georgia, 913 Fall 1998 3 of 15 914 Alabama, 904 Fall 1999 T3 of 10 949 Miss. State, 922 Fall 2000 4 of 13 958 NC-Greensb., 947 Fall 2001 1 of 12 915 Memphis, 915 Fall 2002 1 of 9 896 Memphis, 896 Fall 2010 T2 of 18 621 Illinois, 615 Fall 2011 T1 of 12 913 Memphis, Samford, 913

NCAA W e s t R e g i o n a l

N.C. State, 596

Memphis, University

UCLA, 923 OK State, 880

617

632

Nebraska, 627

Northern Illinois & Southern Miss Baja Classic Spring 2007

T7 of 5

625

Oregon, 609

O h i o S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Lady Buckeye Invitational Spring 1980 10 of 17 Fall 1981 15 of 21 Fall 1982 15 of 21 Fall 1999 11 of 12

1048 967 967 969

Ohio State, 955 Ohio State, 903 Ohio State, 903 Purdue, 919

Purdue University Purdue Invitational Fall 1978 12 of 16 Fall 1979 11 of 20

698 655

Ohio State, 621 Marshall, 632

Rollins College Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational Spring 1980 10 of 11 1042 Florida, 931 Spring 1981 (scores unavailable) Spring 1992 2nd 950 Minnesota, 937 Spring 1993 10th 1003 Wake Forest, 919 Spring 1995 7th 953 Indiana, 920 Spring 2003 2 of 13 608 Penn State, 607 Pine Needles Women’s Collegiate Fall 2000 7 of 12 915 Michigan St., 890 Ross Resorts Invitational Fall 2003 T10 of 12 984 J. Madison, 911 Fall 2004 5 of 11 952 Baylor, 934 Fall 2008 7 of 9 971 Nova Southeastern, 929

South Alabama, University Lady Jaguar Invitational Spring 1990 9 of 17 Spring 2010 1 of 16

Tigers Fall Sports Fact Book

974 913

of

LSU, 926 Memphis, 913

2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts South Alabama Intercollegiate Spring 1991 11th 965 Spring 1992 4th 929 Spring 1993 11th 967

LSU, 918 LSU, 886 Ole Miss, 920

South Carolina, University Lady Gamecock Invitational Spring 1982 6 of 12 Spring 1985 12 of 14 Spring 1986 10 of 13 Spring 1987 12 of 12 Spring 1988 12 of 15 Spring 1989 12 of 13 Spring 1990 11 of 14 Spring 1991 6th Spring 1992 7th Spring 1993 14th

944 996 958 994 1015 968 980 948 947 979

of

S. Carolina, 897 S. Carolina, 924 Georgia, 916 Furman, 903 Oklahoma St., 915 TCU, 916 Georgia, 921 Kentucky, 926 Duke, 914 Furman, 909

S outhern M ississippi , U niversity Lady Eagle Classic Spring 1987 8 of 13 Spring 2004 8 of 18 Spring 2005 T6 of 13 Spring 2006 1 of 11 Spring 2009 8 of 10 Spring 2011 1 of 8

666 978 919 893 651 605

S pa c e C o a s t I n v i tat i o n a l Fall 1983

Spring 1989

14 of 14

1014

Tulsa, 915

Susie Maxwell Berning Classic 6 of 11

1018

Spring 1979 Spring 1980

1 of 3 690 Memphis, 690 (No team scores were kept)

Tennessee, University Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship Fall 1997 14th 948 Fall 1998 T8 of 17 927 Fall 1999 18 of 18 988

Southern Cal, 895 UNLV, 879

USA G u l f S h o r e s I n v i tat i o n a l

Spring 1989

6 of 16

947

Alabama, 911

USF USF Invitational Spring 1994 20th Spring 1995 4th Beacon Woods Invitational Fall 1998 3 of 12 Fall 2000 4 of 12 Fall 2002 4 of 13 Fall 2003 9 of 9

1033 979

Wake Forest, 922 Indiana, 928

914 925 903 958

USF, 903 USF, 906 Tulane, 864 USF, 891

Wake Forest University Bryan National Collegiate Spring 1999 8 of 12 Spring 2000 T12 of 15 Spring 2001 7 of 17 Spring 2002 11 of 17 Spring 2003 18 of 18

959 946 902 912 650

Washington, 916 Wake Forest, 896 Duke, 856 Duke, 870 Duke, 580

Western Kentucky Invitational Fall 1980 3 of 3 663

Kentucky, 647

Wisconsin, University SMU, 627 Texas A&M, 898 Missouri, 928

T r oy S tat e Troy State Invitational Spring 1983 5 of 11 Spring 1984 9 of 18

984 925

Western Kentucky University

Duke, 899 Duke, 892 Georgia, 906

1099 931 969

UNLV UNLV Spring Invite Spring 2005 16 of 18 Spring 2006 12 of 19

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T e x a s A&M Texas A&M Invitational Spring 1979 12 of 14 GTE Mo-morial Spring 1998 3rd Spring 2000 T13 of 16

Coastal Carolina, 867 Auburn, 863

UNC -W i l m i n g t o n

Alabama, 937

TCWSF S tat e T o u r n a m e n t

920 912

Rolex Fall Preview Fall 1997 15th 939 Badger Women’s Golf Invitational Fall 2006 6th of 11 942

Alabama, 942 Alabama, 930

Arizona, 889 Indiana, 922

W o o d br i d g e C o l l e g i at e I n v i tat i o n a l

1007 992

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996

Lady Blazer Invitational Husker Women’s Golf Invitational Great Midwest Conference Tournament Great Midwest Conference Tournament Lady Panther Invitational Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate Lady Panther Golf Classic Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate Conference USA Championship Conference USA Championship Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate Edwin Watts/Carolinas Classic Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate Lady Eagle Invitational Wildcat Fall Invitational Conference USA Championship UAB Fall Beach Blast USA Lady Jaguar Invitational Bobcat Invitational UAB Fall Beach Blast Lady Eagle Invitational Memphis Women’s Fall Invitational UAB Fall Beach Blast

L a dy T i g e r s M e da l i s t s Alissa Lauder Allison Bell Melissa Isham Melissa Isham Amanda Moltke-Leth Amanda Moltke-Leth Amanda Moltke-Leth Kim Hunt Natalie Tucker Jennifer Jaszek Meaghan Francella Meaghan Francella Marianne Ruud Jennifer Jaszek Stacey Tate Stacey Tate Stacey Tate Stacey Tate Marissa Steen Marissa Steen Marissa Steen Marissa Steen Marissa Steen Marissa Steen Kathleen Glavin

UNT/SMU Invitational 1994 Great Midwest Tournament 1994 Great Midwest Tournament 1995 Lady Panther Classic 1995 Lady Panther Classic 1996 Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate 1996 Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate 1997 C-USA Championship 1997 Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate 1998 Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate 2001 C-USA Championship 2001 Edwin Watts/Carolina Classic 2001 Edwin Watts/Carolina Classic 2002 Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate 2002 Lady Eagle Classic 2005 Pat Bradley Championship 2006 John Kirk/Lady Panther Intercollegiate 2006 Lady Eagle Invitational 2006 USA Lady Jaguar Invitational 2010 Bobcat Invitational 2011 UAB Fall Beach Blast 2011 Lady Eagle Invitational 2011 Chris Banister Golf Classic 2012 Memphis Women’s Fall Invitational 2012 UAB Fall Beach Blast 2012

Miami, 900

* Bold indicates first-place Memphis finish

Tulane University Green Wave Women’s Golf Classic Spring 2001 10 of 15 974 Spring 2002 4 of 15 639

Tennessee, 921 Tulane, 601

UA B Lady Blazer Invitational Fall 1988 1 of 10 Fall 1989 2 of 10 UAB Fall Beach Blast Fall 2009 1 of 12 Fall 2010 1 of 8 Fall 2011 1 of 11

934 657

Memphis, 934 S. Alabama, 934

595 592 603

Memphis, 595 Memphis, 592 Memphis, 603

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North Texas, 612 Charleston, 910 Birmingham S., 879 Memphis, 893 Southern Miss, 597 Memphis, 605

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UCF UCF Challenge Spring 2011 Spring 2012

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1999

2002

The Moors Golf Club Pensacola, Fla. Par 71 • 5,816 Yards

Links Golf Club Destin, Fla. Par 72 • 5,924 Yards

Hattiesburg Country Club Hattiesburg, Miss. Par 72 • 5,935 Yards

Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. USF +56 305 302 301 908 2. Memphis +58 306 301 303 910 3. Tulane +82 305 311 318 934 4. Southern Miss +117 318 325 326 969 5. Cincinnati +123 322 329 324 975 6. UAB +128 325 331 324 980

Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. USF +64 315 309 304 928 2. Tulane +70 305 312 317 934 3. UAB +82 320 317 309 946 4. Memphis +85 309 324 316 949 5. Southern Miss +103 334 321 312 967 6. Cincinnati +154 346 337 335 1018

Individual Top 10 1. Cecilia Hedlund, USF 2. Naima Ghilain, Memphis Angela Willis, USF 4. Bessie Phillips, USF 5. Marie Hviid, Memphis Christy Carter, Tulane 7. Meredith Thomas, Memphis 8. Kim Hunt, Memphis 9. Kerry Zebick, Cincinnati 10. Jennifer Jordan, Memphis

Individual Top 10 1. Pam Buff, Tulane 2. Kelly Lagedrost, USF 3. Natalie Tucker, Memphis Angie Connell, USF 5. Naima Ghilain, Memphis 6. Susan Seabrook, UAB Terry Lacoste, Southern Miss Shelly Jonda, Cincinnati 9. Carmen Rivera, USF 10. Hather Lourie, UAB Catalina Lara, Tulane

(+9) 75-77-71 - 222 (+12) 76-76-73 - 225 (+12) 71-75-79 - 225 (+13) 76-74-76 - 226 (+15) 72-79-77 - 228 (+15) 78-74-76 - 228 (+17) 79-76-75 - 230 (+19) 79-75-78 - 232 (+20) 77-80-76 - 233 (+21) 82-74-78 - 234

1997

2000

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(+10) 79-71-73 - 223 (+13) 75-78-73 - 226 (+17) 82-79-69 - 230 (+17) 76-81-73 - 230 (+18) 77-75-79 - 231 (+20) 82-76-75 - 233 (+20) 78-78-77 - 233 (+24) 78-78-81 - 237 (+25) 78-76-84 - 238 (+26) 82-77-80 - 239

1998

Shalimar Pointe Golf and Country Club Shalimar, Fla. Par 72 • 5,898 Yards Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. USF +50 309 301 304 914 2. Louisville +55 298 312 309 919 3. Tulane +57 302 307 312 921 4. Memphis +64 306 319 303 928 5. Southern Miss +86 310 323 317 950 6. UAB +110 333 320 321 974 7. Cincinnati +117 324 335 322 981 Individual Top 10 1. Katherine Mowat, Louisville 2. Angie Connell, USF 3. Marianne Ruud, Memphis 4. Meghan Bolger, Tulane 5. Cindy Pasechnik, Louisville Kelly Lagedrost, USF 7. Katie Rakel, Cincinnati Jessica Hayes, USF 9. Sandra Hellsvik, Memphis Kathy Schaefer, Tulane

(+4) 70-75-75 - 220 (+4) 75-72-73 - 220 (+5) 73-80-68 - 221 (+6) 75-76-75 - 226 (+8) 77-78-73 - 228 (+8) 75-77-76 - 228 (+9) 73-81-75 - 229 (+9) 81-72-76 - 229 (+10) 77-77-76 - 230 (+10) 74-80-76 - 230

2001

The Moors Golf Club Pensacola, Fla. Par 71 • 5,816 Yards Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. USF +50 288 315 299 902 2. Tulane +50 292 304 306 902 3. Memphis +63 304 303 308 915 4. Southern Miss +97 306 322 321 949 5. UAB +110 317 320 325 962 6. Cincinnati +145 322 333 342 997 Individual Top 10 1. Pam Buff, Tulane 2. Kelly Lagedrost, USF Angie Connell, USF 4. A. Moltke-Leth, Memphis Jamie Jaspriza, Tulane 6. Mimi Kim, USF Meghan Bolger, Tulane 8. Naima Ghilain, Memphis 9. Bessie Phillips, USF Marella Canepa, Southern Miss

(+6) 73-75-74 - 222 (+9) 77-76-72 - 225 (+15) 73-80-78 - 231 (+15) 73-81-77 - 231 (+16) 74-82-76 - 232 (+17) 76-82-75 - 233 (+17) 80-76-77 - 233 (+17) 79-77-77 - 233 (+18) 83-77-74 - 234 (+19) 82-80-77 - 239 (+19) 78-77-84 - 239

(+8) 72-73-76 - 221 (+12) 69-82-74 - 225 (+12) 74-76-75 - 225 (+13) 75-70-81 - 226 (+13) 74-78-74 - 226 (+14) 70-82-75 - 227 (+14) 74-77-76 - 227 (+16) 78-81-70 - 229 (+17) 78-77-75 - 230 (+17) 74-79-77 - 230

Inverness Country Club Birmingham, Ala. Par 72 • 5,979 Yards Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. Memphis +40 312 296 296 904 2. USF +42 299 303 304 906 3. Louisville +59 305 312 306 923 4. Tulane +70 314 314 306 934 5. Southern Miss +87 310 316 325 951 6. Cincinnati +98 323 322 317 962 7. UAB +101 320 325 320 965 Individual Top 10 1. M. Francella, Memphis 2. Kelly Martin, USF 3. Marianne Ruud, Memphis 4. Katherine Mowat, Louisville 5. Jennifer Jaszek, Memphis Jessica Haye, USF 7. Kelly Lagedrost, USF Carolin Landmann, Tulane 9. Morgan Hapney, Louisville 10. Ofelia Lopez, Southern Miss Fany Schaeffer, USF

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(+5) 79-71-71 - 221 (+6) 74-73-75 - 222 (+7) 76-74-73 - 223 (+8) 73-76-75 - 224 (+9) 77-75-73 - 225 (+9) 73-78-74 - 225 (+12) 75-77-76 - 228 (+12) 76-76-76 - 228 (+15) 78-77-76 - 231 (+16) 74-74-84 - 232 (+16) 77-75-80 - 232

Team To Par 1. TCU +22 2. Tulane +25 3. USF +34 4. Memphis +45 5. UAB +49 6. Southern Miss +51 Louisville +51 8. East Carolina +58 9. Cincinnati +88

Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 298 298 290 886 291 299 299 889 290 308 300 898 295 301 313 909 305 299 309 913 306 307 302 915 304 306 305 915 306 307 309 922 325 313 314 952

Individual Top 10 1. Brooke Tull, TCU 2. Kelly Martin, USF 3. Cindy Pasechnik, Louisville 4. Alexis Wooster, Tulane 5. Carolin Landmann, Tulane Marika Pluta, UAB 7. M. Francella, Memphis 8. Brooke Mangan, UAB Shannon Barr, TCU D’Rae Ward, TCU

(-1) 71-75-69 - 215 (E) 71-75-70 - 216 (+1) 72-71-74 - 217 (+4) 73-75-72 - 220 (+5) 73-74-74 - 221 (+5) 77-72-72 - 221 (+6) 74-73-75 - 222 (+7) 75-75-73 - 223 (+7) 74-74-75 - 223 (+7) 75-76-72 - 223

2003 Lake Jovita Golf and Country Club Dade City, Fla. Par 72 • 6,105 Yards Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. USF +48 307 303 302 912 2. TCU +49 304 306 303 913 3. East Carolina +69 308 308 317 933 4. Tulane +70 311 310 313 934 5. Louisville +75 317 313 309 939 6. Memphis +93 312 324 321 957 7. Southern Miss +103 321 325 321 967 8. UAB +107 328 317 326 971 9. Cincinnati +166 347 328 355 1030 Individual Top 10 1. D’Rae Ward, TCU 2. Katie Ruhe, USF Jill Crowe, USF 4. Brooke Mangan, UAB Brooke Tull, TCU 6. Shannon Barr, TCU 7. Megan Cushman, USF 8. Adrienne Millican, East Carolina Lindsay Hulwick, Tulane Margaret Mitchell, East Carolina

(+8) 75-75-74 - 224 (+9) 76-77-72 - 225 (+9) 78-72-75 - 225 (+10) 75-77-74 - 226 (+10) 72-80-74 - 226 (+12) 76-77-75 - 228 (+14) 78-77-75 - 230 (+16) 77-76-79 - 232 (+16) 76-76-80 - 232 (+16) 77-73-82 - 232

2004 Shady Oaks Country Club Fort Worth, Texas Par 72 • 6,197 Yards Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. Tulane +77 318 311 312 941 2. TCU +95 325 308 326 959 3. USF +106 318 321 331 970 4. Louisville +112 338 317 321 976 5. East Carolina +114 330 334 314 978 6. UAB +131 328 333 334 995 Southern Miss +131 326 337 332 995 8. Memphis +165 344 348 337 1029 9. Cincinnati +206 367 349 354 1070 Individual Top 10 1. Liliana Alvarez, Tulane (+10) 77-77-72 - 226 2. Adrienne Millican, East Carolina (+11) 75-76-76 - 227 3. Mary Ellen Jacobs, Tulane (+14) 78-75-77 - 230 Brooke Tull, TCU (+14) 77-78-75 - 230 5. Jill Crowe, USF (+19) 79-80-76 - 235 Elly Leonard, Louisville (+19) 79-75-81 - 235 7. Camille Blackerby, TCU (+22) 80-75-83 - 238 Jennifer Keefe, Southern Miss (+22) 79-83-76 - 238

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(+22) 73-83-82 - 238 (+24) 85-82-73 - 240

2005 Germantown Country Club Germantown, Tenn. Par 72 • 6,178 Yards Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. Tulane +34 298 306 294 898 2. TCU +39 294 301 308 903 3. USF +45 298 309 302 909 4. East Carolina +68 313 311 308 932 5. Louisville +81 319 308 318 945 6. Southern Miss +91 309 325 321 955 7. Memphis +97 311 321 329 961 8. UAB +108 321 331 320 972 9. Cincinnati +116 332 326 322 980 10. Saint Louis +234 358 378 362 1098 Individual Top 10 1. Alison Walshe, Tulane 2. Stacey Bieber, TCU 3. Liliana Alvarez, Tulane Christina Jones, USF 5. D’Rae Ward, TCU 6. Daniella Ronderos, USF 7. Mary Ellen Jacobs, Tulane 8. Adrienne White, Louisville C. Matranga, TCU 10. Hillery Wilson, Cincinnati

(-2) 73-70-71 - 214 (+7) 71-74-78 - 223 (+8) 74-81-69 - 224 (+8) 73-77-74 - 224 (+9) 75-74-76 - 225 (+11) 77-77-73 - 227 (+12) 74-77-77 - 228 (+13) 72-78-79 - 229 (+13) 79-75-75 - 229 (+14) 76-79-75 - 230

2006

Team 1. East Carolina 2. SMU 3. Tulsa UCF 5. UTEP 6. Memphis 7. Southern Miss 8. Marshall UAB

To Par +23 +33 +38 +38 +43 +55 +84 +94 +94

Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 297 294 296 887 298 298 301 897 295 300 307 902 303 294 305 902 292 305 310 907 310 304 305 919 321 316 311 948 312 325 321 958 310 327 321 958

Individual Top 10 1. Lene Krog, East Carolina 2. J. Ackerson, SMU 3. Stacey Tate, Memphis 4. Jullianne Kim, UTEP Cas Bridge, Tulsa 6. Michaela Cavener, Tulsa 7. Ashley Grier, UCF Lacey Jones, SMU 9. Heidi Helliesen, East Carolina Gerina Mendoza, UTEP

(E) 74-72-70 - 216 (+1) 75-68-74 - 217 (+3) 74-72-73 - 219 (+4) 73-76-71 - 220 (+4) 72-72-76 - 220 (+5) 71-75-75 - 221 (+6) 76-70-76 - 222 (+6) 73-75-74 - 222 (+7) 74-75-74 - 223 (+7) 69-74-80 - 223

2007 Limestone Springs Golf Club Oneonta, Ala. Par 72 • 6,161 Yards Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. Memphis +48 310 297 305 912 2. East Carolina +50 314 302 298 914 3. UCF +58 309 307 306 922 UTEP +58 308 302 312 922 SMU +58 308 309 305 922 6. Tulsa +71 315 310 310 935 7. Marshall +102 325 323 318 966 8. Southern Miss +103 328 321 318 967 9. UAB +120 326 329 329 984 Individual Top 10 1. Gerina Mendoza, UTEP 2. Stacey Tate, Memphis 3. Kate Ackerson, SMU

(-9) 68-68-71 - 207 (-4) 73-71-68 - 212 (+7) 73-75-75 - 223

Stephanie Connelly, UCF Jennifer Ackerson, SMU Lene Krog, East Carolina Abby Bools, East Carolina Michaela Cavener, Tulsa Tara Goedeken, Tulsa Jullianne Kim, UTEP

(+8) 80-73-71 - 224 (+9) 77-75-73 - 225 (+9) 75-76-74 - 225 (+10) 77-79-70 - 226 (+12) 83-72-72 - 228 (+12) 77-73-78 - 228 (+12) 81-73-74 - 228

2008 Butterfield Trail Golf Club El Paso, Texas Par 72 • 6,294 Yards Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. Tulsa +40 304 297 303 904 2. East Carolina +58 303 305 314 922 3. SMU +68 308 310 314 932 4. UCF +81 303 314 328 945 5. Memphis +87 309 318 324 951 6. UTEP +89 303 321 329 953 7. Southern Miss +90 301 331 322 954 8. UAB +97 306 321 334 961 9. Marshall +129 316 338 339 993 Individual Top 10 1. Woeri Shin, Tulsa 2. Alexa Porter, Memphis Leisl Hasbrouck, Tulsa 4. Michaela Cavener, Tulsa Abby Bools, East Carolina 6. Lacey Jones, SMU 7. Paige Martin, SMU Jaime Brabb, UAB Amber Littman, East Carolina 10. Emelie Lind, East Carolina

(+4) 76-71-73 - 220 (+10) 73-78-75 - 226 (+10) 72-77-77 - 226 (+11) 75-77-75 - 227 (+11) 73-74-80 - 227 (+13) 74-78-77 - 229 (+14) 78-79-73 - 230 (+14) 72-76-82 - 230 (+14) 75-78-77 - 230 (+17) 79-73-81 - 233

2009 Tulsa Country Club Tulsa, Okla. Par 72 • 6,140 Yards Team 1. Tulane 2. UCF 3. East Carolina 4. Tulsa 5. UTEP 6. Southern Miss 7. SMU 8. Memphis 9. UAB 10. Marshall

To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total +69 317 316 300 933 +92 318 321 317 956 +93 321 319 317 957 +105 328 322 319 969 +126 339 317 334 990 +145 330 344 335 1009 +158 346 339 337 1022 +165 349 341 339 1029 +178 347 352 343 1042 +185 350 345 354 1049

Individual Top 10 1. Daniela Holmqvist, Tulane 2. Sarah Elliot, Tulsa 3. Ana Maria Puche, East Carolina Janine Fellows, Tulane 5. Teresa Nogues, UTEP 6. Colleen Estes, East Carolina Kate Ackerson, SMU 8. Linn Gustafsson, Tulane 9. Mayule Tamimbang, UCF 10. Ashley McKenney, Tulane Victoria Tomko, UCF

74-75-76 - 225 75-79-81 - 235 78-83-75 - 236 82-79-75 - 236 79-76-82 - 237 80-82-76 - 238 78-80-80 - 238 78-87-74 - 239 81-82-77 - 240 84-78-79 - 241 73-88-80 - 241

2010 Canebrake Country Club Hattiesburg, Miss Par 71 • 6,146 Yards Team To Par 1. UTEP +40 2. Tulsa +42 3. Tulane +43 4. Memphis +47 5. UCF +48 6. SMU +49 7. East Carolina +53 8. Southern Miss +65

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Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 302 302 300 904 309 301 296 906 303 304 300 907 312 296 303 911 304 305 303 912 302 306 305 913 309 306 302 917 309 312 308 929

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9. Marshall 10. UAB

+85 316 329 304 949 +96 317 323 320 960

Individual Top 10 1. Ashley McKenney, Tulane 2. Shang Huang, UTEP Janine Fellows, Tulane Abby Bools, East Carolina 5. Kristina Merkle, Tulsa 6. Sarah Elliot, Tulsa 7. Alex Alang, Memphis 8. Marible Lopez, Tulane Amy Otteson, East Carolina 10. Rosana Gomez, UTEP Andrea Grier, Marshall Amber Littman, East Carolina Julie Hodgson, Memphis

70-68-72 - 210 70-74-68 - 212 75-73-67 - 212 72-69-71 - 212 71-74-72 - 217 70-72-76 - 218 72-73-74 - 220 74-72-74 - 220 73-76-71 - 220 75-74-72 - 221 75-70-76 - 221 77-71-73 - 221 72-76-73 - 221

2011 The Peninsula Golf & Racquet Club Gulf Shores, Ala. Apr. 17-19, 2011 Par 72 • 6,246 Yards Team To Par 1. UTEP +40 2. Tulsa +42 3. Tulane +43 4. Memphis +47 5. UCF +48 6. SMU +49 7. East Carolina +53 8. Southern Miss +65 9. Marshall +85 10. UAB +96

Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 302 302 300 904 309 301 296 906 303 304 300 907 312 296 303 911 304 305 303 912 302 306 305 913 309 306 302 917 309 312 308 929 316 329 304 949 317 323 320 960

Individual Top 10 1. Teresa Nogues, UTEP 2. Marissa Steen, Memphis 3. Marita Engzelius, Tulsa Meghan Chapman, Tulane 5. Maribel Lopez Porras, Tulane Rosana Gomez, UTEP 7. Ashley McKenney, Tulane Jordyn Hage, UCF 9. Kristina Merkle, Tulsa 10. Amy Ruengmateekhun, SMU Brandi Rodriguez, Southern Miss

(+2) 71-75-72 - 218 (+4) 77-70-73 - 220 (+5) 72-71-78 - 221 (+5) 76-75-70 - 221 (+8) 74-72-78 - 224 (+8) 74-76-74 - 224 (+9) 75-75-75 - 225 (+9) 74-76-75 - 225 (+10) 77-76-73 - 226 (+11) 72-79-76 - 227 (+11) 75-76-76 - 227

2012 The Peninsula Golf & Racquet Club Gulf Shores, Ala. Apr. 23-25, 2012 Par 72 • 6,246 Yards Team To Par Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 1. Tulsa (+20) 299 291 294 884 2. UCF (+33) 306 293 298 897 3. Tulane (+37) 301 296 304 901 T4. Memphis (+65) 310 316 303 929 T4. SMU (+65) 313 311 305 929 6. East Carolina (+66) 319 302 309 930 7. UTEP (+80) 319 314 311 944 8. Marshall (+85) 321 313 315 949 9. UAB (+86) 321 315 314 950 10. Southern Miss (+127) 347 322 322 991 Individual Top 10 1. Maribel Porras-Lopez, Tulane 2. Felicia Espericueta, SMU 3. Marita Engzelius, Tulsa Katie Mitchell, UCF 5. Kristina Merkle, Tulsa 6. Monifa Sealy, UCF 7. Kamryn Ruffin, Tulsa Amy Otteson, East Carolina Korakot Simsiriwong, Marshall Caitlin Watts, UAB

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(E) 73-72-71 - 216 (+4) 74-73-73 - 220 (+5) 71-72-78 - 221 (+5) 75-72-74 - 221 (+6) 76-73-73 - 222 (+7) 75-74-74 - 223 (+8) 74-78-72 - 224 (+8) 75-74-75 - 224 (+8) 76-74-74 - 224 (+8) 70-76-78 - 224

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4. 5. 7. 8.

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NCAA C h a m p i o n s h i p H i s t o r y 1982

1998

2002

NCAA Women’s Golf Championship Spring 1982

NCAA East Regional Duke University Durham, N.C. May 7-9, 1998

NCAA East Regional Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, La. May 9-11, 2002

Team Champion Tulsa Memphis Finish Team didn’t compete Medalist Kathy Baker

Not unavailable

1994 NCAA East Regional Michigan State East Lansing, Mich. May 1994 Team Champion Wake Forest

925 (311-310-304)

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Memphis Finish Team didn’t compete Medalist Erika Wicoff

Indiana

214 (75-69-70)

Memphis Individuals T27 Alissa Lauder 237 (80-78-79)

1996

Team Champion Duke

905 (308-298-299)

Memphis Finish 16th

965 (320-316-329) Florida

216 (75-70-71)

Memphis Individuals T44 Marie-Louise Hviid

Not Available

1997 NCAA East Regional Illinois State University Bloomington, Ill. May 8-10, 1997 Team Champion Ohio State

937 (311-318-308)

Memphis Finish 8th

958 (312-327-319)

Medalist Malin Tveit

Tennessee

Memphis Individuals T16 Naima Ghilain T25 A. Moltke-Leth T44 Kim Hunt T75 Meredith Thomas T93 Valerie Luehrs

Team Champion Duke

859 (291-280-288)

Memphis Finish 10th

920 (309-308-303)

Memphis Finish 11th/21

897 (299-297-301)

Georgia

Memphis Individuals T19 A. Moltke-Leth T27 Naima Ghilain T35 Natalie Tucker T65 Valerie Luehrs T89 Meredith Thomas

216 (70-75-71)

Medalist L. Hardin

226 (73-79-74) 228 (78-76-74) 230 (75-76-79) 238 (83-77-78) 244 (86-81-77)

Memphis Individuals 5 Meaghan Francella T28 Jennifer Jaszek T45 Marianne Ruud T82 Sandra Hellsvik T97 Abby More

Duke

210 (71-67-72) 215 (70-71-74) 222 (74-75-73) 225 (74-76-75) 236 (82-75-79) 244 (81-80-83)

1999

2007

NCAA East Regional University of South Carolina Blythewood, S.C. May 6-8, 1999

NCAA West Regional Brigham Young University St. George, Utah Apr. 29-May 1, 2007

Team Champion Georgia

884 (300-294-290)

Memphis Finish 15th/19

923 (301-310-312)

Medalist K. Lagedrost

USF

Memphis Individuals T7 Natalie Tucker T33 Valerie Luehrs T80 Naima Ghilain T91 Emily Burch T97 Sandra Hellsvik

NCAA East Regional Auburn University Auburn, Ala. May 9-11, 1996

Medalist J. M. Busuttil

882 (293-292-297)

Medalist R. Rankin

Tulsa

Memphis Individuals Christy Dristy

Team Champion Georgia

Team Champion Oklahoma State Stanford

874 (291-290-293) 874 (287-300-287)

Memphis Finish 21st/21

975 (320-312-343)

215 (72-73-70)

Medalist P. Lindberg

219 (71-74-74) 228 (74-77-77) 238 (80-77-81) 244 (76-88-80) 249 (81-82-86)

Memphis Individuals T34 Stacey Tate 93 Dawn-Marie Conaty T95 Rachel Larson 103 Kathryn O’Rouke WD Meghan Mahoney

Okla. State

206 (68-68-70) 227 (74-73-80) 249 (82-79-88) 251 (87-79-85) 255 (84-81-90) WD (80-W-W)

2001 NCAA West Regional Oregon State University Corvallis, Ore. May 10-12, 2001 Team Champion Arizona

868 (287-292-289)

Memphis Finish 14th/21

934 (305-312-320)

Medalist N. Gublis

Arizona

207 (68-68-71)

Memphis Individuals T11 Meaghan Francella T41 Marianne Ruud T63 Jennifer Jaszek T80 Sandra Hellsvik 97 Abby More

222 (72-73-77) 233 (78-77-78) 240 (78-82-80) 244 (77-80-87) 257 (83-89-85)

226 (74-79-73) 235 (76-78-81) 238 (80-82-76) 243 (76-85-82) 248 (81-82-85) 252 (80-92-80)

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- A Alex Aläng

2009-12

- B Mary Anne Bailey Molly Baney Cameron Barber Angela Barker Allison Bell Mary Jane Bowen Cynthia Brooks Brionie Brown Taylor Bunnell Emily Burch Ashley Burross

1978-80 1983-84 2003-07 1984-88 1993-95 1978-80 1986-89 1994 2007-08 1998-99 2003-07

- C Dawn-Marie Conaty Beatriz Cowman Andrea Cropper

2006-08 1987-91 2012

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1992-95 1995-98 1985-88 2000-02

- G Ashleigh Garman Julia Gerlach Naima Ghilain Cynthia Giannini Kathleen Glavin Leslie Grabeman

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- H Teresa Healy Sandra Hellsvik Laura Hessenauer Julia Hodgson Jennifer Hoff Christy Hull Susan Hundley Kim Hunt Marie-Louise Hviid

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- W Beth Walthal Ashleigh Whisenant Lori Whitaker Jackie Worley

- L Leah Lacy Stephanie Landers Rachel Larson Alissa Lauder Heather Lee Leslie Leonard Marnie Liles Nancy Lonas Valerie Luehrs

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- Y 1981-83 1991-93 2005-09 1991-94 1987-91 1987-88 1981-82 1981-82 1996-00

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Monice Madden Meghan Mahoney Alana Mann Sarah Mathews Caitlin McDonald Ruth Meaders Brenda McKown Amanda Moltke-Leth Abby More

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- P Andrea Papp Christi Parkes Nikki Payne Alexa Porter

1999-00 1984-87 1983-85 2007-08

- R Danielle Reilly Kari Roberts Bernie Rosero Marianne Ruud

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- S Shelby Sain Renee Schafer Margaret Shaffer Judy Staub Marissa Steen Kayla Stewart Marla Stuart

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Record Book Individual Records Low Round 1. 66 Valerie Luehrs Lady Tar Heel, 1997 2. 67 Marissa Steen Bobcat Invitational, 2010 3. 68 Stacey Tate C-USA Championships, 2007 68 Stacey Tate John Kirk/Lady Panther, 2007 68 Marianne Ruud C-USA Championships, 2000 68 Amanda Moltke-Leth Lady Panther, 1996 68 Stacey Tate Pat Bradley Invite, 2006 8. 69 Marissa Steen Memphis Women’s, 2011 69 Marissa Steen Hurricane Invitational, 2010 69 Stacey Tate Lady Paladin Invite, 2006 69 Stacey Tate Ron Moore, 2006 69 Amanda Moltke-Leth C-USA Championships, 1997 69 Amanda Moltke-Leth Duke Spring Invite, 1997 69 Melissa Isham Lady Panther, 1995 Low 36 1. 138 Marissa Steen Bobcat Invitational, 2010 2. 139 Valerie Luehrs Lady Tar Heel, 1997 3. 140 Stacey Tate J. Kirk/Lady Panther, 2007 140 Amanda Moltke-Leth Lady Panther, 1996 5. 141 Meaghan Francella NCAA East Regional, 2002 141 Stacey Tate Lady Eagle Invite, 2006 Low 54 1. 211 Stacey Tate Lady Eagle Invite, 2006 2. 212 Stacey Tate C-USA Championships, 2007 3. 214 Stacey Tate Pat Bradley, 2006 4. 215 Stacey Tate Lady Eagle Classic, 2005 215 Marissa Steen Memphis Women’s, 2011 5. 217 Marissa Steen Lady Pirate, 2010

6. 219 Marissa Steen Lady Jaguar Int., 2012 219 Marissa Steen Sir Pizza Cards Challenge, 2011 219 Alex Aläng C-USA Championships, 2010 219 Stacey Tate Lady Paladin Invite, 2006 219 Stacey Tate Ron Moore Inter., 2006 219 Jennifer Jaszek Memphis Women’s, 2002 219 Meaghan Francella C-USA Championships, 2001 219 Marianne Ruud Bryan National, 2001 219 Meaghan Francella Lady Paladin, 2000 219 Natalie Tucker NCAA East Regional, 1999 219 Natalie Tucker Lady Tar Heel, 1999 219 Natalie Tucker Memphis Women’s, 1998 219 Amanda Moltke-Leth Duke Spring Invite, 1997

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Lowest Season Average 1. 73.9 Marissa Steen, 2010-11 2. 74.1 Stacey Tate, 2005-06 3. 74.9 Marissa Steen, 2011-12 4. 75.1 Stacey Tate, 2006-07 5. 75.4 Amanda Moltke-Leth, 1997-98 6. 75.5 Meaghan Francella, 2001-02 7. 75.9 Meaghan Francella, 2000-01 75.9 Amanda Moltke-Leth, 1996-97 Lowest Career Average 1. 75.3 Stacey Tate, 2004-07 2. 75.8 Meaghan Francella, 2000-02 3. 75.9 Amanda Moltke-Leth, 1996-98 4. 76.1 Marissa Steen, 2008-12 5. 77.3 Marianne Ruud, 2000-03 6. 77.5 Naima Ghilain, 1995-99

Team Records Low Round 1. 288 Bobcat Invational, 2010 2. 291 Bobcat Invational, 2010 3. 292 UAB Fall Beach Blast, 2010 292 Memphis Women’s, 2002 292 Pine Needles, 2000 292 C-USA Championships, 2000 292 Lady Tar Heel, 1995 Low 36 1. 579 2. 581 3. 589

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C-USA Freshman of the Year Naima Ghilain Amanda Moltke-Leth Marianne Ruud Meghan Francella

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All-Conference USA First Team Naima Ghilain Marie-Louise Hviid Naima Ghilain Amanda Moltke-Leth Kim Hunt Amanda Moltke-Leth Naimia Ghilain Natalie Tucker Valerie Luehrs Meaghan Francella Marianne Ruud Meaghan Francella Stacey Tate Stacey Tate Marissa Steen Marissa Steen

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All-Conference USA Second Team Kim Hunt 1996 Jennifer Jordan 1996 Meredith Thomas 1996 Valerie Luehers 1997 Meredith Thomas 1997 Naima Ghilian 1998 Jennifer Jaszek 2002 Marianne Ruud 2003 Marissa Steen 2010 All-Conference USA Third Team Jennifer Jaszek 2003 Stacey Tate 2005 Dawn-Marie Conaty 2007 Rachel Larson 2007 Rachel Larson 2008 C-USA All-Freshman Team Danielle Reilly

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C-USA All-Tournament Team Marianne Ruud Meghan Francella (Medalist) Jennifer Jaszek Marianne Ruud Stacey Tate

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All-Great Midwest Conference Allison Bell (Medalist) 1994 Kim Hunt 1994 Alana Marin 1994 Alissa Lauder 1994 Allison Bell 1995 Cristi Fernandez 1995 Marie-Louise Hviid 1995 Melissa Isham (Medalist) 1995 All-Metro Conference Leslie Folsom Gia Kronske Gia Kronske

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W e e k ly H o n o r s C-USA Golfer of the Week/Month Naima Ghilain Apr. 15, 1996 Naima Ghilain Apr. 15, 1997 Valerie Luehrs Oct., 2000 Meaghan Francella Apr. 2, 2001 Marianne Ruud Apr. 9, 2001 Marianne Ruud Sept., 2001 Marianne Ruud Feb., 2002 Jennifer Jaszek Sept., 2002 Stacey Tate Apr. 7, 2005 Stacey Tate Mar. 1, 2006 Stacey Tate April 5, 2006 Stacey Tate Apr. 12, 2006 Stacey Tate Oct. 11, 2006 Rachel Larson Feb. 14, 2007 Stacey Tate Apr. 4, 2007 Leslie Grabeman Oct. 14, 2009 Marissa Steen Mar. 3, 2010 Alex Aläng Apr. 14, 2010 Marissa Steen Sept. 15, 2010 Marissa Steen Nov. 3, 2010 Marissa Steen Mar. 23, 2011 Marissa Steen Oct. 26, 2011 Kathleen Glavin Nov. 2, 2011

Alex Aläng Kathleen Glavin Julia Hodgson Sarah Mathews Marissa Steen Ashleigh Whisenant

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C-USA All-Academic Team Rachel Larson Rachel Larson Marissa Steen Marissa Steen Marissa Steen Kathleen Glavin

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National Golf Coaches Association All-Scholar Team GPA Award

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Conference USA Sport Academic Award 2010 2011 2012 NCAA Public Recognition Award

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Institution M Club Hall of Fame Kathy Vendetti Beth Walthal-Harrelson Kim Hunt-O’Neil

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Academic CoSIDA Academic All-District IV Second Team Marissa Steen 2011 National Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar Rachel Larson 2006 Cameron Barber 2007 Rachel Larson 2007 Kathleen Glavin 2009 Marissa Steen 2009 Kathleen Glavin 2010 Julia Hodgson 2010 Sarah Mathews 2010 Marissa Steen 2010 Kathleen Glavin 2011 Julia Hodgson 2011 Sarah Mathews 2011 Marissa Steen 2011

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Women’s Golf History 1977-79 • The University of Memphis women’s golf program began in 1977 under current Associate Athletics Director Lynn Parkes. With a handful of tryouts, Parkes started a program that today is one of the most-respected in the country. Members of that first Lady Tigers team were Theresa Simi, Gloria Carkeet, Cindy Gabel, Kathy Whitetree, C.C. Chamberlain and Sydney Forrester. • In the second season, Parkes awarded three scholarships, and that number increased to 10 scholarship players in 1979-80. The first scholarship Lady Tigers were Monice Madden, Jackie Worley and Elaine Heroux, a junior college transfer. • The 1978-79 team participated in eight events and placed in the top-10 in four tournaments. Mary Ann Bailey had a season-low round of 78, and she also qualified for the USGA Women’s Amateur. Karen Young was signed in 1978-79 and became an impact player. The squad captured its first team championship in the Tennessee College Women’s State Finals Tournament (TCWSF) in 1979. • In 1979-80, Maureen Danehy and Susan Hundley became Lady Tigers. Hundley won the Indiana Long Driving Competition prior to signing with the Memphis.

1980-89 • By 1982-83, Kathy Vendetti was added to the already-strong Lady Tigers lineup. She immediately made a name for herself and, before she graduated, set virtually every school record. The Lady Tigers placed in the top-10 in all four spring tournaments in 1983, including its best spring finish of fifth at the Troy State Tournament. Vendetti had a 78.8 stroke average and posted a low round of 74 at the Carrier/Memphis State Women’s Tournament. Of Vendetti’s 26 rounds that year, 16 were in the 70s. • Sally Andrews, a well-known local golfer, joined Memphis as an assistant coach in 1983-84 and helped Coach Lynn Parkes mold an even stronger team. Vendetti led the Lady Tigers, placing third at the Alabama Intercollegiate. Renee Schafer joined Vendetti, and together, they fired more rounds in the 70s. Vendetti had a season-low round of 72 at the Furman Intercollegiate and carded 75s at the Lady Seminole and Carrier/Memphis State Women’s Open. Schafer also shot a 75 at the Memphis Open.

• Beth Walthal and Leslie Folsom were the leaders for the 1985-86 Lady Tigers. The Folsom-Walthal tandem led the squad to fifth-place finishes at the Kentucky Lady Kat Intercollegiate and Metro Conference Championships. • In 1986-87, Andrews took over as the program’s head coach when Parkes was elevated to Assistant Athletics Director for Women’s Sports. Andrews inherited a team that included Angie Barker, Cynthia Brooks and Folsom. The program added its first international players in Chilean Beatriz Cowman and Canadian Heather Lee. Andrews also inked Gia Kronske from Clearwater, Fla. • In 1987-88, Christi Parkes, sister of Lynn Parkes, joined forces with Cowman, Lee and Kronske to post impressive scores. Parkes had a 75 at the Metro Conference Championships. Cowman had a 76 at the Southern Intercollegiate, while Kronske finished 16th at the Hudson Invitational with a low round of 75. Lee was fourth at the Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate, and Barker finished tied for seventh at the Metro Conference Championships with a three-round total of 235. • Brooks was named the team’s Most Improved Player in 1988-89. Cowman continued her solid play, firing a 74 at UAB’s Lady Blazer Tournament in the fall of 1988. The squad won the Lady Blazer Tournament, the team’s first NCAA-sanctioned tournament title. Kronske placed seventh at the Metro Conference Championships and sixth at the Tiger-Tide Invitational. She received All-Metro Conference honors and finished the season with a 79.4 stroke average. Lee had rounds of 73-74 at the True Temper/Memphis Women’s Open and led the team with a season-best 78.7 stroke average. • The Lady Tigers placed second at the UAB Lady Blazer Tournament in 1989-90, with Cowman, Kronske and Lee leading the squad. Cowman had a 74.2 stroke average in the fall and placed fifth at the Kentucky Lady Kat Invitational. Both Kronske and Lee had season stroke averages in the 70s.

1990-99 • Lori Brock came on board as the program’s head coach in 1991-92, and under her tutelage, the Lady Tigers captured the program’s second official tournament championship, winning the Nebraska Women’s Intercollegiate. Memphis added three other top-five finishes at the Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational (2nd), Tiger-Tide Invitational (4th) and South Alabama Intercollegiate (4th).

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• In 1993-94, the Lady Tigers grabbed the spotlight with their outstanding play. Memphis captured its first Great Midwest Conference (GMC) Championships crown, with Allison Bell and Kim Hunt finishing first and second, respectively, at the event. Coach Brock was named GMC Coach of the Year. Alissa Lauder, the NTU/ SMU Invitational Tournament medalist, qualified for the NCAA Golf Championships, where she placed 27th in a field of 102 golfers. • The 1994-95 Lady Tigers again swept through the Great Midwest Conference (GMC) Championships, winning the title by 47 strokes. The GMC Championships were held at Farmington Country Club in Memphis. Junior Melissa Isham claimed GMC Championships medalist honors, and teammates Marie-Louise Hviid and Bell tied for second. Isham, Hviid, Bell and Cristi Fernandez all earned All-GMC Team honors, and Hviid was also named GMC Newcomer of the Year. Coach Brock was honored as the GMC Coach of the Year for a secondstraight year. • Coach Brock left Memphis in the summer of 1995, and Debby King was hired as the program’s new head coach. In the fall of 1995, King guided Memphis to a team title in the first tournament of her tenure at the Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate. • The Lady Tigers, under the direction of Coach King, continued their stellar play in the fall of 1995, capturing their second tournament title at rain-shortened Lady Panther Invitational. Isham fired a 69 to earn Lady Panther Invitational medalist honors. In addition to the two titles, Memphis recorded three top-five finishes at the Lady Kat Invitational (3rd), Lady Tar Heel Invitational (5th) and Conference USA Championships (2nd). The 1995-96 Lady Tigers earned the program’s first NCAA Regional spot. Freshman Naima Ghilain was named Conference USA Freshman of the Year. • The 1996-97 campaign was the best to date in the program’s history. Led by newcomer Amanda Moltke-Leth, the Lady Tigers won two fall tournaments — Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate and Lady Panther Invitational — and then wrapped up the 1997 spring with the Conference USA Championships title. Moltke-Leth took medalist honors at three tournaments (Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate, Lady Panther Golf Classic, Duke Spring Invitational) and was named Conference USA Freshman of the Year. Coach King received C-USA Coach of the Year accolades and all five Tigers — Kim Hunt, Moltke-Leth, Ghilain, Meredith

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Thomas and Valerie Luehrs — were named All-Conference USA. The Lady Tigers earned an NCAA East Regional berth and placed eighth at the event. • The 1997-98 Lady Tigers squad continued to make its mark on the national scene, earning the program’s thirdconsecutive NCAA Regional berth. The Lady Tigers posted seven top-10 finishes and placed 10th at the NCAA East Regional in Durham, N.C. MoltkeLeth and Ghilain both were named All-Conference USA. • In the 1998-99 campaign, the Lady Tigers made it four-in-a-row when the team received another NCAA Regional bid. The Lady Tigers travelled to Columbia, S.C., for NCAA Regional play, and Natalie Tucker led the Memphis NCAA Regional charge with a seventhplace showing. On the year, Tucker had seven top-10 finishes, including first at the Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate and third at the Conference USA Championships. Ghilain, who completed her career with a fifthplace finish at the C-USA Championships, earned All-C-USA honors for a fourth-consecutive year. • The 1999-2000 Lady Tigers spent the fall introducing a number of young players to the collegiate game. Senior Valerie Luehrs led the squad with a second-place finish at the Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate. A Hawaiian trip to play in the Rainbow Wahine Fall Golf Classic was the highlight of the year. The team travelled to the islands and spent an enjoyable week playing in the prestigious college event. It was the program’s first competition outside the continental United States.

2000-09 • The 2000-01 Lady Tigers enjoyed another outstanding season. Despite playing with a young and inexperienced roster, the Lady Tigers won the Conference USA Championships title and earned their NCAA Regional fifth berth in last six seasons. Freshman Meaghan Francella, the C-USA Championships medalist, earned three league honors — C-USA Freshman of the Year, All-Conference USA and CUSA All-Tournament Team. Marianne Ruud was named All-Conference USA and to the C-USA All-Tournament Team, and Jennifer Jaszek garnered CUSA All-Tournament Team accolades. • Prior to the 2001-02 season, Coach Debby King left Memphis to start Notre Dame’s women’s golf program. Katie Rump, an outstanding collegiate and amateur player from the Memphis area, was named the Lady Tigers’ interim head coach. In Rump’s

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2010-Present • Memphis struggled to a 15th-place finish at the Hurricane Invitational, but bounced back in the next tournament, taking the South Alabama Lady Jaguar Invitational title. Steen carded scores of 75-73-74 to earn medalist honors and lead the Lady Tigers to their second victory of the season. Memphis finished sixth at the Cincinnati Spring Invitational and just narrowly missed claiming its third title at the Eastern Kentucky Lady Colonel Classic, finishing second at the event. Aläng led Memphis with a third-place individual finish at the Eastern Kentucky Lady Colonel Classic. At the CUSA Championships, the Lady Tigers posted a total of 895, the squad’s season best and the program’s all-time third-best score. • The 2010-11 campaign was a successful one for the Lady Tigers. For the first time since the 1996-97 season, the Lady Tigers won three events (Bobcat Invitational, UAB Fall Beach Blast, Lady Eagle Invitational). Steen claimed medalist honors in all three events and set a single-season scoring record with a 73.97 stroke average. Steen, a three-time C-USA Golfer of the Week recipient, also was named to the C-USA All-Tournament Team after finishing second at the C-USA Championships. She was also named All-Conference USA first team. The Lady Tigers wrapped up the season with a fourth-place team finish at the C-USA Championships with a 54-hole team score of 911. • In 2011-12, the Lady Tigers took home four top-five finishes and two tournament victories. At the end of October, the Lady Tigers captured the season’s first tournament win at the Memphis Women’s Fall Invitational, before taking their third-straight UAB Fall Beach Blast title. Steen and Kathleen Glavin each picked up first-place finishes and C-USA Golfer of the Week honors in their final season. Steen won both the Chris Banister Fall Classic and Memphis Women’s Fall Invitational, and Glavin was victorious at the UAB Fall Beach Blast. Steen was named to the All-Conference USA first team. At the C-USA Championships, the Lady Tigers tied for fourth place with a score of 929.

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first tournament as head coach, the Lady Tigers captured the Memphis Women’s Invitational crown. The Lady Tigers also won the Edwin Watts/Carolinas Classic, where Ruud garnered medalist honors for her first collegiate tournament title. Memphis received its sixth NCAA postseason invitation in the last seven years, participating in the East Regional in Baton Rouge, La. Francella received an individual invitation to the NCAA Championships. • The 2002-03 season was another one of change for the Memphis program. Sheryl Maize, head coach at Augsburg College in Minnesota and a noted teacher of the game, was hired as head coach to replace Rump, who served as interim coach the previous year. Maize won her first tournament as the Lady Tigers head coach, leading her squad to the Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate title. Maize guided the team to two other top-five showings in the fall at the Louisville Lady Cardinal Cup (3rd) and Beacon Woods Invitational (4th). • Due to circumstances beyond their control, the Lady Tigers and their head coach faced another change in 2003-04. Maize was granted a year’s leave of absence to take care of family matters and returned to the state of Florida. Former NCAA official and South Carolina Lady Gamecocks coach Donna Noonan took over the Lady Tigers program on an interim basis. • For the fourth-straight year, the Lady Tigers brought in a new coach in the summer of 2004. Jenny Bruun replaced Noonan for the 2004-05 season. Bruun came to Memphis after two years as an assistant coach for both the Campbell University’s men’s and women’s golf programs. A firstyear head coach, Bruun inherited a young team with one junior, six sophomores and one freshman. • Sophomore Stacey Tate led the Lady Tigers in 2004-05 with the program’s first individual title since 2002. Tate earned medalist honors at the Lady Eagle Classic. • Tate’s three first-place finishes were only some of the 2005-06 campaign highlights. Tate set school records for 18, 36 and 54 holes, as well as posting a 74.1 stroke average, besting the previous school mark by 1.7 strokes. As a team, the Lady Tigers roared to victory at the Lady Eagle Invitational, their first tournament victory since the 2002 Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate. • Memphis started off the 2006-07 season strong. After a sixth-place showing at the Badger Women’s Golf Invitational, the Lady Tigers finished no lower than fifth in their remaining

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Media Quick Facts.................................... 86 2012-13 Schedule.......................... 86 Media Information........................ 86 2012-13 Roster.............................. 86 Coaches & Staff Head Coach Butch Woolbright...... 87 Assistant Coach............................. 87 Support Staff................................. 87 Meet the Tigers Rifle Profiles.............................88-89 2011-12 Review Season Recap................................. 90 Statistics/Results......................90-91 History All-Time Roster.............................. 92 Honors & Awards.......................... 92 Rifle Glossary................................. 93

2012-13 Schedule 2012 Fall Schedule Sept. 29-30 Tiger Open Oct. 5 Ole Miss Open Oct. 6-7 Tiger Open Oct. 14 at Army Oct. 15 at West Virginia Nov. 3 at TCU Nov. 17 at Columbus State Nov. 18 Gamecock Invitational 2013 Spring Schedule Jan. 20 vs. Kentucky Jan. 21 at Ole Miss Jan. 23 at Skyhawk Invitational Jan. 27 vs. Nebraska/Withrow Invitational Feb. 3 vs. North Carolina State Feb. 16 NCAA Sectional/Qualifier Feb. 22-24 Great American Rifle Championships Mar. 7-9 NCAA Rifle Championships

Memphis, Tenn. Oxford, Miss. Memphis, Tenn. West Point, N.Y. Morgantown, W.Va. Fort Worth, Texas Ft. Benning, Ga. Jacksonville, Ala. Oxford, Miss. Oxford, Miss. Martin, Tenn. Murray, Ky. Dahlonega, Ga. Murray, Ky. Oxford, Miss. Columbus, Ohio

2012-13 Roster Name Maya Arredondo Kelly Audet Nathan Brandeburg Max Burkhardt Dan Hermsmeier Beth Lee Jimmy Zaken

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Hometown/Last School Murfreesboro, Tenn./Siegel HS Omaha, Neb./Burke HS Hummelstown, Pa./Hershey HS Denver, Colo./Denver East HS Chesterfield, Mo./St. Louis University HS Loudon, Tenn./Loudon HS Chugiak, Alaska/Chugiak HS

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M e d i a I n f o rm a t i o n Practice/Interviews All rifle practices are closed to the media. However, special arrangements can be made by contacting the Athletics Communications Office at least 24 hourse prior to practice time. All interviews with head coach Butch Woolbright are conducted through the Athletics Communications office. Student-athlete interviews can also be coordinated throughout the season. Tigers on the Web The official athletic website of the University of Memphis is www. gotigersgo.com. Media information, such as news releases, statistics, etc., are all available on the website. C-USA Website Additional information about Conference USA and its member institutions can be obtained by logging on to www.conferenceusa.com. The conference site has up-to-date statistics and rankings of all league schools.

General Information School:....................University of Memphis Location:.......................... Memphis, Tenn. Founded:............................................ 1912 Enrollment:..................................... 22,725 Affiliation:......................... NCAA Division I Conference:.................Great America Rifle Conference (GARC) Nickname:........................................ Tigers Colors:..................................... Blue & Gray Home Facility:.......................RangeMaster President:....................... Dr. Shirley Raines Athletics Director:................... Tom Bowen Assoc. AD/SWA:...................... Lynn Parkes Web Site:................ www.GoTigersGo.com www.Memphis.edu History First Year of Rifle:............................... 1993 Coaching Staff Head Coach:...................Butch Woolbright Tenure at Memphis:......................... 19 yrs Tenure as Coach:............................... Same Assistant Coach:..................... John Dowdy Team Information 2011-12 Conference Finish:.............. 6th/7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............ 5/3 Athletics Communications Rifle Contact:......................... Jared Brown Office Phone:.................... (901) 678-4640 Mobile Phone:.................. (570) 590-6119 E-mail:................jsbrown8@memphis.edu Office Fax:......................... (901) 678-4134 Address:................570 Normal, Room 203 Memphis, TN 38152 Social Media Facebook:.. facebook.com/MemphisTigers Twitter:............... twitter.com/TigersMedia YouTube:.........youtube.com/SIDMemphis FourSquare:.foursquare.com/TigersMedia

Class Breakdown Nebraska (1) Kelly Audet

Alaska (1) Jimmy Zaken Colorado (1) Max Burkhardt

Pennsylvania (1) Nathan Brandeburg Tennessee (2) Maya Arredondo, Beth Lee

Seniors (1) Kelly Audet Juniors (2) Dan Hermsmeier, Jimmy Zaken Sophomores (2) Maya Arredondo, Max Burkhardt Freshmen (1) Nathan Brandeburg

Missouri (1) Dan Hermsmeier

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Year at Memphis: ...............................20th Wife: .................................................Tonya Children:...............................Jason, Jeremy Grandchildren:..................... Jessica, Jacob

Year at Memphis: ...............................20th Hometown ...................... Memphis, Tenn. Alma Mater: ....... Christian Brothers, 1984 Wife: .............................................. Pamela Children:.....................................Jack, Sean

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Master in smallbore rifle and high power rifle Received the Distinguished Rifleman Award for excellence in service rifle competition Member of the Marine Corps Distinguished Shooters Association Made the President’s 100 at the 1987 U.S. National Championships

Year. Woolbright earned Conference USA Coach of the Year honors in 1998 when his Tigers won the CUSA Championships crown, which was held in St. Louis. Woolbright is classified as a master in smallbore rifle and high power rifle. He holds the Distinguished Rifleman Award for excellence in service rifle competition and is a member of the Marine Corps Distinguished Shooters Association. Woolbright also made the President’s 100 at the 1987 U.S. National Championships, placing 11th among civilians and 48th overall out of 1,542 civilian and military competitors. Woolbright won nine other medals in competition at the U.S. National Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio. Retired after 23 years with Ford Motor Company, Woolbright and his wife, Tonya, have two sons, Jason and Jeremy, and two grandchildren, Jessica and Jacob.

Dr. John Dowdy is in his 20th season as an assistant coach for the Memphis rifle program. As a competitive rifleman, Dowdy has expert classifications in small bore and high power rifle. A graduate of the University’s Department of Microbiology and Molecular Sciences, Dowdy operates a biological research and laboratory management consulting practice. Dowdy earned a bachelor’s degree in natural science from Christian Brothers University in 1984 and a second degree in biology in 1985. He earned his Ph.D. from Memphis in molecular cell biology in 2000. Dowdy is a former rifle captain at East High School in Memphis, Tenn. Dowdy and his wife, Pamela, have two sons, Jack and Sean.

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Butch Woolbright is in his 20th year as head coach of the University of Memphis rifle program. The past two seasons, Woolbright has coached two shooters to All-America honors. Dan Hermsmeier earned National Rifle Association (NRA) All-America first team honors for smallbore in 2012, after he received NRA AllAmerica second team accolades in 2011. Hermsmeier finished 21st in smallbore at the 2012 NCAA Championships. Joining Hermsmeier in earning national recognition was Kelly Audet, who was named to the 2012 NRA All-America second team for air rifle. At the 2011 NCAA Championships, Audet placed 21st in air rifle. Woolbright coached one of the most-decorated student-athletes in school history in Beth Tidmore, who won the 2005 NCAA Championships air rifle crown. A three-time NRA All-America selection, Tidmore received a 2005 Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association Scholar Athlete Award and earned a 2007 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. In the U of M’s first year of NCAA competition in 1993, Woolbright was named Great Midwest Conference (GMC) Coach of the

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Rifle Bios MAYA ARREDONDO Sophomore • 1L Murfreesboro, Tenn. Siegel HS Major: Undeclared

2011-12 - Freshman Competed in six air rifle and two smallbore events ... Participated in both disciplines at the same competition twice ... Made her collegiate debut at the Tiger Open, scoring a 569 in air rifle ... Posted a season-high 575 in air rifle at the Withrow Invitational ... Also shot a season-best 569 in smallbore at the Withrow Invitational ... Had a season-high aggregate score of 1144 at the Withrow Invitational.

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Prior to Memphis Attended Siegel High School and competed for rifle team, Precision Raiders … Fired a personal-best 592 in the 3P air rifle discipline … Earned a Junior Distinguished Shooter’s badge for her prep efforts. Personal Full name is Maya Marie Arredondo ... Daughter of Albert and Crystal Carter … Nickname is “Dondo” … Born Sept. 4 in Wichita, Kan. … Class valedictorian ... Member of the Beta Club, National Honor Society and Siegel’s JROTC program … Volunteered with Greenhouse Ministries and Junior League of Murfreesboro in her free time.

KELLY AUDET Senior • 3L Omaha, Neb. Burke HS

Major: Criminology & Criminal Justice and Sociology

Posted totals of 561 (smallbore) and 584 (air rifle) to lead Memphis to wins over North Georgia College and State University and Columbus State in both disciplines ... Led Memphis to a victory over No. 13 Nebraksa with a career-high mark of 593 in air rifle ... Also shot a season-best 574 in smallbore against Nebraska ... Helped Memphis to the Skyhawk Invitational team title with team scores of 2,225 (smallbore) and 2,345 (air rifle) ... Took first in air rifle with a score of 590 at the Skyhawk Invitational ... Led the Tigers with score of 592 (air rifle) in regular-season finale loss to Ole Miss ... Finished 17th in air rifle with a score of 586 at the GARC Championships. 2010-11 - Sophomore Advanced to the NCAA Championships and finished 21st in air rifle (584) ... Tied a season best in air rifle (591) and set a career high in smallbore (580) to lead Memphis to a fifth-place finish at the Great American Rifle Conference (GARC) Championships ... Finished fifth individually with an aggregate mark of 1,171 at the GARC Championships ... Posted a season-best 591 in air rifle in the NCAA Sectional Qualifier ... Her 591 air rifle score — which included 99s in three different rounds — at the NCAA Sectional Qualifier led all Memphis shooters ... At same NCAA Sectional Qualifier, recorded a 572 mark in smallbore to take second behind teammate Dan Hermsmeier, who claimed the individual smallbore title (584) ... At the UT Martin Skyhawk Invitational, led the Tigers with a 585 air rifle mark, helping Memphis turn in a 2,328 team score at the event. 2009-10 - Freshman Had eight performances of 580 or better in air rifle in her collegiate debut season ... Shot a 581 at the Memphis Open, the first competition of her college career ... Her combined air rifle and smallbore scores were team bests both at the Newkirk Invitational in Cookeville, Tenn., and a late-season match at Ole Miss ... Her high scores in air rifle were a 585 at Jacksonville State, 584 at Tennessee Martin, 582 versus N.C. State, 581 at the Ole Miss Invitational and 581 versus Nebraska ... Shot a 576 in air rifle, taking first place at the Tiger Spring Open ... In smallbore, notched a 571 at the Newkirk Invitational and shot a 563 at Jacksonville State.

2011-12 - Junior Named National Rifle Association (NRA) All-America second team in air rifle ... Also earned All-Great American Rifle Conference (GARC) second team honors in air rifle ... Shot a 590 air rifle score to win the individual competition at the Tiger Open, the squad’s first event of the season ... Her 590 score helped Prior to Memphis lead Memphis to a second-place team finish Attended Burke High School in Omaha, Neb. in air rifle and aggregate score ... Also shot a 556 smallbore score at the Tiger Open ...

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NATHAN BRANDEBURG Freshman • HS Hummelstown, Pa. Hershey High School Major: Computer Science Prior to Memphis Attended Hershey High School ... In 2011, placed seventh at the Junior Olympic Rifle Championships ... Holds five national shooting records. Personal Son of Scott Brandeburg and Margi Donahue ... Birthday is Oct. 18 ... Hershey High School History and Technology Club president ... Winner of the 2011 Rochester Institute of Technology Excellence in Computer Science Award.

MAX BURKHARDT Sophomore • 1L Denver, Colo. Denver East HS Major: Undeclared

2011-12 - Freshman Competed in both disciplines at 10 events ... Had 12 smallbore and 11 air rifle appearances ... Made his collegiate debut at the Tiger Open, posting a 571 score in air rifle ... ... Recorded the team’s second-best smallbore score of 572 to finish fourth at the Tiger Open ... Performance helped Memphis to a secondplace aggregate finish behind Jacksonville State ... Shot a season-high 576 in smallbore in dual match vs. Kentucky ... Also recorded season-best aggregate score of 1159 vs. Kentucky ... Competed as an individual when Memphis faced North Georgia College and State University and Columbus State, posting scores of 553 (smallbore) and 579 (air rifle) ... Helped Memphis to the Skyhawk Invitational title with team scores of 2,225 (smallbore) and 2,345 (air rifle) ... Recorded a season-best 584 in air rifle at the Withrow Invitational ... Posted an aggregate total of 1,159 to finish 22nd at the Great American Rifle Conference (GARC) Championships.

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DAN HERMSMEIER Junior • 2L Chesterfield, Mo. St. Louis University HS Major: Accounting

JIMMY ZAKEN Junior • 2L Chugiak, Alaska Chugiak HS Major: Mathematical Sciences-Mathematics 2011-12 - Sophomore Participated in both disciplines at four events ... Had four smallbore and five air rifle appearances ... Opened the season at the Tiger Open with a career-high air rifle score of 566 ... Posted a season-best 552 in smallbore at the Withrow Invitational ... Shot a seasonhigh aggregate score of 1,113 vs. Army.

2010-11 - Freshman Competed in five smallbore and five air rifle events ... Made appearances in both disciplines at four competitions ... Shot a careerhigh 553 in smallbore vs. Ole Miss ... Posted a season-high 562 in air rifle twice in dual matches vs. Ole Miss and Kentucky ... Had a career-high aggregate score of 1,115 vs. Prior to Memphis Competed at St. Louis University High in Ole Miss ... Recorded a 57th-place finish at the Great American Rifle Conference (GARC) Chesterfield, Mo. Championships.

BETH LEE Freshman • HS Loudon, Tenn. Loudon High School Major: Undeclared

Prior to Memphis Prepped at Chugiak High School in Chugiak, Alaska, which is approximately 20 miles northeast of downtown Anchorage.

Prior to Memphis Attended Loudon High School ... Member of the Knoxville, Tenn., Blue Dragons rifle team for five years ... Served as team captain from 2011-12 ... Won the 2012 Tennessee State Championships smallbore title ... Also was the 2012 National Rifle Association (NRA) Open Sectional International Air Rifle Champion ... A National Junior Olympics participant for five-consecutive years.

Personal Daughter of Billy and Wendy Lee ... Birthday is June 11 ... National Honor Society member 2010-11 - Freshman ... Graduated 11th in her senior class ... MemNamed to the NRA All-America second team in smallbore, becoming the first Tiger since ber of Mu Alpha Theta (Math Club).

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2011-12 - Sophomore Earned National Rifle Association (NRA) AllAmerica first team honors in smallbore after finishing 21st at NCAA Championships ... Competed in both disciplines at 11 events ... Had 12 smallbore and 11 air rifle appearances ... Posted a 581 to win the smallbore at the season-opening Tiger Open ... Also recorded a score of 582 in air rifle for a 14th-place finish at the same event ... Tied with Army’s Richard Calvin for air rifle top honors (585) in a dual match setback to Army ... Also posted 581 in smallbore against Army, good for fourth place ... Paced the Tigers in both smallbore (574) and air rifle (587) in wins over North Georgia College and State University and Columbus State ... Shot a 583 in smallbore to lead Memphis to a win over No. 10 Murray State in a dual match ... Helped Memphis win smallbore and aggregate against No. 13 Nebraska with smallbore score of 583 ... Led the Tigers with scores of 585 (smallbore) and 586 (air rifle) in regular-season finale setback to Ole Miss ... His smallbore score (585) was a season best and his aggregate score (1,171) was a career high vs. Ole Miss ... Helped Memphis to the Skyhawk Invitational title with team scores of 2,225 (smallbore) and 2,345 (air rifle) ... Finished 10th in aggregate score (1,169) at the Great American Rifle Conference (GARC) Championships ... Shot a career-high 590 in air rifle at the GARC Championships.

2006 (Krissey Bahnsen) to earn All-America honors ... The first Memphis men’s shooter to earn All-America honors ... Received AllGARC first team recognition in smallbore and All-GARC second team distinction in combined score ... Recorded a 99-99 in the prone position en route to a 580 score in smallbore and a ninth-place finish at the GARC Championships ... The only freshman to compete in both disciplines at the GARC Championships, posting a 1,153 score to finish 23rd ... Won the smallbore portion of the NCAA Sectional Qualifier with a mark of 584 to lead the Tigers past Ole Miss and UAB ... Also posted a 584 mark in the air rifle to take second place behind teammate Kelly Audet at the NCAA Sectional Qualifier ... Shot a career-best 586 in smallbore in a dual match vs. Ole Miss ... His smallbore mark of 584 was just two tallies shy of champion Amanda Furrer (Ohio State), who shot a 586, for the Skyhawk Invitational individual crown ... Recorded season highs in air rifle (586) and aggregate score (1,169) vs. Kentucky ... Led Memphis in smallbore with a mark of 581, and a high-round score of 99, vs. No. 1 West Virginia.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts 2011-12 Results In 2011-12, Memphis continued to hold its place among the nation’s elite rifle programs, finishing the year ranked No. 13. For a second-straight season, sophomore Dan Hermsmeier advanced to the NCAA Championships in smallbore, placing 21st in a field of 48 with a score of 576. Hermsmeier earned his first All-American first team honor in smallbore, while Kelly Audet garnered All-America second team distinction in air rifle.

Tiger Open Memphis, Tenn. Sept. 24-Oct. 2, 2011 Team 1. Jacksonville State 2. Memphis 3. Ole Miss

Smallbore Air Rifle 2282 2320 2266 2328 2238 2341

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Individual Top 10 1. Kelly Audet, Memphis 2. Kim Coffey, Ole Miss 3. Alivia Yeager, Ole Miss Garrett Spurgeon 5. Beth Lee, Blue Dragons Steven Hahn, UT Martin Mixed 7. Keely Stankey, Ole Miss 8. Cole Tucker, Jacksonville State Sam Muegge, Jacksonville State 10. Jessica Phenis, Memphis Individual Top 10 1. Dan Hermsmeier, Memphis 2. Garrett Spurgeon 3. Sam Muegge, Jacksonville State 4. Max Burkhardt, Memphis 5. Cole Tucker, Jacksonville State 6. Jordan Fraser, Jacksonville State 7. Linn Larsen, Memphis 8. Melissa Quartarone, Ole Miss 9. Andrea Dardas, Jacksonville State 10. Dan McCall, Jacksonville State Memphis Individuals Dan Hermsmeier Max Burkhardt Linn Larsen Kelly Audet Jessica Phenis Rustin Russell Maya Arredondo Kaitlynn Lee Jimmy Zaken

Total 4602 4594 4579 Air Rifle 590 588 587 587 586 586 585 584 584 583

Smallbore 581 580 577 572 571 571 569 568 567 567

Smallbore Air Rifle 581 582 572 571 569 573 — 590 — 583 — 572 — 569 — 568 — 566

Total 1163 1143 1142 590 583 572 569 568 566

Ole Miss Invitational Oxford, Miss. Sept. 28, 2011 Team Smallbore Air Rifle 1. Nevada 2307 2355 2. Jacksonville State 2301 2340 3. Ole Miss 2295 2341 4. Murray State 2292 2337 5. Memphis 2278 2330 6. UT Martin Mixed 2269 2296 7. Columbus State 2257 2285 8. UT Martin Women 2218 2274 9. Magic City Gun Club 2203 2251 10. Ole Mill 2178 2247 11. Blue Dragons 2171 2237 12. UAB — 2198 13. UA-Fort Smith — 2116

Total 4662 4641 4636 4629 4608 4565 4542 4492 4454 4425 4408 2198 2116

Individual Top 10 1. Olivia Pennell, Nevada 2. Andrea Dardas, Jacksonville State 3. Kaitlin Cleven, Murray State Cliff Little, Nevada 5. Keely Stankey, Ole Miss 6. Dempster Christenson, Nevada Samantha Bullard, Magic City Gun Club Sam Muegge, Jacksonville State Kim Coffey, Ole Miss 10. Kelly Audet, Memphis Individual Top 10 1. Dempster Christenson, Nevada 2. Sam Muegge, Jacksonville State 3. Andrea Dardas, Jacksonville State 4. Keely Stankey, Ole Miss Cliff Little, Nevada 6. Melissa Quartarone, Ole Miss 7. Kaitlin Cleven, Murray State Chelsie Hata, Nevada Jessica Phenis, Memphis 10. Bill Harvey, Murray State Memphis Individuals Jessica Phenis Dan Hermsmeier Kelly Audet Max Burkhardt Kaitlynn Lee Linn Larsen

Air Rifle 593 591 590 590 589 587 587 587 587 586 Smallbore 587 584 580 577 577 576 575 575 575 573

Smallbore Air Rifle 575 580 568 585 565 586 567 572 — 579 568 —

Total 1155 1153 1151 1139 579 568

A rm y Team 1. Army 2. Memphis

Smallbore Air Rifle 2335 2328 2294 2311

Total 4663 4605

Memphis Individuals Dan Hermsmeier Jessica Phenis Max Burkhardt Kaitlynn Lee Jimmy Zaken Rustin Russell Maya Arredondo

Smallbore Air Rifle 581 585 575 578 571 573 567 575 549 564 561 38 — 565

Total 1166 1153 1144 1142 1113 599 565

West Virginia Morgantown, W.Va. Oct. 29, 2011 Team 1. West Virginia 2. Memphis

Smallbore Air Rifle 2328 2350 2292 2324

Total 4678 4616

Memphis Individuals Dan Hermsmeier Kelly Audet Jessica Phenis Max Burkhardt Rustin Russell Kaitlynn Lee Linn Larsen

Smallbore Air Rifle 578 588 570 584 570 571 560 581 559 566 553 567 585 —

Total 1166 1154 1141 1141 1125 1120 585

Kentucky Lexington, Ky. Oct. 30, 2011

University of Memphis

Smallbore Air Rifle 2339 2372 2294 2339

2012

Smallbore Air Rifle 579 587 571 590 576 583 567 579 571 568 555 564 568 —

Total 1166 1161 1159 1146 1139 1119 568

C o l u mb u s S t a t e Fort Benning, Ga. Nov. 19, 2011 Team Smallbore Air Rifle 1. Memphis 2277 2320 2. Columbus State 2245 2300 3. N. Ga. College and State Univ. 2156 2248

Total 4597 4545 4404

Memphis Individuals Dan Hermsmeier Kelly Audet Kaitlynn Lee Linn Larsen Jessica Phenis Rustin Russell Max Burkhardt

Total 1161 1145 1143 1139 1137 1137 1132

Smallbore Air Rifle 574 587 561 584 567 576 572 567 564 573 563 574 553 579

Gamecock Invitational Jacksonville, Ala. Nov. 20, 2011

Oxford, Miss. Oct. 8, 2011

Team 1. Kentucky 2. Memphis

Memphis Individuals Dan Hermsmeier Kelly Audet Max Burkhardt Jessica Phenis Rustin Russell Kaitlynn Lee Linn Larsen

Total 4711 4633

Team 1. Jacksonville State 2. Memphis 3. N.C. State 4. Columbus State 5. MCGC 6. BGTC 7. UAB 8. CYSC

Smallbore Air Rifle 2303 2337 2282 2321 2264 2297 2251 2307 2161 2240 1710 1773 — 2244 — 2222

Individual Top 10 1. Monica Fyfe, Jacksonville State 2. Dan Hermsmeier, Memphis 3. Samantha Bullard, MCGC April Dunn, Columbus State Abby Casey, Columbus State 6. Andrea Dardas, Jacksonville State 7. Sam Muegge, Jacksonville State 8. Dani Foster, N.C. State Kaitlynn Lee, Memphis 10. SirLinda Gee, UAB Jessica Phenis, Memphis

Total 4641 4603 4561 4558 4401 3482 2244 2222 Air Rifle 591 586 585 585 585 584 583 581 581 580 580

Individual Top 10 Smallbore 1. Monica Fyfe, Jacksonville State 583 2. April Dunn, Columbus State 579 Dan Hermsmeier, Memphis 579 4. Andrea Dardas, Jacksonville State 576 5. Linn Larsen, Memphis 575 6. Dan McCall, Jacksonville State 572 Sam Muegge, Jacksonville State 572 Jessica Phenis, Memphis 572 9. Kelly Audet, Memphis 570 10. Samantha Bullard, MCGC 568 Maddy Pike, N.C. State 568 Memphis Individuals Smallbore Air Rifle Total Dan Hermsmeier 579 586 1165 Jessica Phenis 572 580 1152 Kelly Audet 570 574 1144 Kaitlynn Lee 549 581 1130 Rustin Russell 556 540 1096 Linn Larsen 575 — 575 Max Burkhardt — 573 573

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Smallbore Air Rifle 2302 2338 2298 2330

Total 4640 4628

Memphis Individuals Dan Hermsmeier Kelly Audet Jessica Phenis Kaitlynn Lee Linn Larsen Max Burkhardt Rustin Russell Jimmy Zaken Maya Arredondo

Smallbore Air Rifle 583 586 572 584 568 588 575 580 572 577 574 565 560 563 547 557 — 570

Total 1169 1156 1156 1155 1149 1139 1123 1104 570

N e br a s k a Murray, Ky. Jan. 15, 2012 Team 1. Memphis 2. Nebraska

Smallbore Air Rifle 2300 2324 2271 2329

Total 4624 4600

Memphis Individuals Kelly Audet Dan Hermsmeier Kaitlynn Lee Jessica Phenis Linn Larsen Maya Arredondo Max Burkhardt

Smallbore Air Rifle 574 593 583 581 570 576 569 574 573 558 — 567 561 —

Total 1167 1164 1146 1143 1131 567 561

Skyhawk Invitational Martin, Tenn. Jan. 25, 2012 Total 4600 4530 4497 4416 2215 2092

Individual Top 10 1. Kelly Audet, Memphis 2. Kaitlynn Lee, Memphis 3. Linn Larsen, Memphis 4. Steven Hahn, UT Martin 5. Jessica Phenis, Memphis 6. SirLinda Gee, UAB 7. Max Burkhardt, Memphis Kellie Zurowski, UT Martin 9. Adam Foss, Rose Hulman 10. Joe Barefoot, UT Martin

Air Rifle 590 588 585 583 582 579 571 (96) 571 (95) 570 567

Individual Top 10 1. Steven Hahn, UT Martin 2. Jessica Phenis, Memphis 3. Linn Larsen, Memphis 4. Evan Durall, Rose Hulman 5. Joe Barefoot, UT Martin Dana Maurizio, UT Martin 7. Kelsea Hunt, UT Martin 8. Rustin Russell, Memphis 9. Kelly Audet, Memphis 10. Max Burkhardt, Memphis Kelly James, UT Martin

Smallbore 579 572 571 566 562 (94) 562 (91) 559 558 557 555 555

Memphis Individuals Linn Larsen

Smallbore Air Rifle 571 585

Total 1156

572 557 554 555 558 549 542

582 590 588 571 567 565 561

1154 1147 1142 1126 1125 1114 1103

Withrow Invitational Murray, Ky. Jan. 29, 2012 Team Smallbore Air Rifle 1. UTEP 2316 2344 T2. Nebraska 2294 2353 T2. Jacksonville State 2298 2349 4. Ohio State 2309 2331 5. Murray State 2298 2336 6. Memphis 2269 2327 7. UT Martin Mixed 2253 2298 8. UT Martin Women 2220 2285

Total 4660 4647 4647 4640 4634 4596 4551 4505

Memphis Individuals Max Burkhardt Kelly Audet Kaitlynn Lee Maya Arredondo Jessica Phenis Linn Larsen Rustin Russell Jimmy Zaken

Total 1157 1154 1145 1144 1140 1139 1134 1109

Smallbore Air Rifle 573 584 567 587 566 579 569 575 563 577 562 577 566 568 552 557

Oxford, Miss. Feb. 1, 2012 Team 1. Ole Miss 2. Memphis

Smallbore Air Rifle 2282 2365 2289 2339

Total 4647 4628

Memphis Individuals Dan Hermsmeier Kelly Audet Kaitlynn Lee

Smallbore Air Rifle 585 586 563 592 571 580

Total 1171 1155 1151

GA R C C h a m p i o n s h i p Oxford, Miss. Feb. 25-26, 2012 Smallbore Air Rifle 2315 2366 2313 2362 2313 2345 2318 2335 2302 2351 2295 2336 2273 2282

Total 4681 4675 4658 4653 4653 4631 4555

Individual Top 10 1. Petra Zublasing, West Virginia 2. Ethan Settlemires, Kentucky 3. Janine Dutton, Nebraska 4. Heather Greathouse, Kentucky 5. Melissa Quartarone, Ole Miss Keely Stankey, Ole Miss Taylor Ciotola, West Virginia Justin Pentz, West Virginia 9. Richard Calvin, Army Stacy Wheatley, Kentucky Dan Hermsmeier, Memphis

Air Rifle 598 595 593 592 591 591 591 591 590 590 590

Individual Top 10 1. Katelyn Woltersdorf, Nebraska 2. Kelly Buck, Army Henri Junghaenel, Kentucky 4. Kelly Stankey, Ole Miss

Smallbore 586 585 585 584

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Taylor Ciotola, West Virginia Heather Greathouse, Kentucky Petra Zublasing, West Virginia Michael Matthews, Army Joseph Todaro, Army Dan Hermsmeier, Memphis Justin Pentz, West Virginia

Memphis Individuals Dan Hermsmeier Max Burkhardt Linn Larsen Kaitlynn Lee Kelly Audet Jessica Phenis Rustin Russell

583 581 580 579 579 579 579

Smallbore Air Rifle 579 590 572 581 574 575 570 579 560 586 571 574 564 —

Total 1169 1153 1149 1149 1146 1145 564

NCAA C h a m p i o n s h i p s Columbus, Ohio Mar. 9-10, 2012 Team Champion TCU

Score 4676

Memphis Finish Team didn’t compete Smallbore Champion Sarah Scherer TCU

99-100-99-98-97-96--589-31*

Memphis Individuals 21st Dan Hermsmeier, smallbore 99-97-97-91-96-96--576-24*

2011-12 Stats

Ole Miss

Team 1. West Virginia 2. Kentucky 3. Nebraska T4. Army T4. Ole Miss 6. Memphis 7. N.C. State

5. 6. 7. 8.

Smallbore Player Dan Hermsmeier Kaitlynn Lee Kelly Audet Linn Larsen Jessica Phenis Max Burkhardt Rustin Russell Jimmy Zaken Maya Arredondo

Apps. 12 11 11 11 11 12 9 4 2

High 585 575 574 585 575 576 571 552 569

Avg. 578.8 563.4 566.9 571.7 569.6 567.2 562.0 547.5 559.0

Air Rifle Player Kelly Audet Jessica Phenis Kaitlynn Lee Dan Hermsmeier Max Burkhardt Rustin Russell Linn Larsen Maya Arredondo Jimmy Zaken

Apps. 12 12 13 11 11 9 7 6 5

C o mb i n e d

High 593 588 588 590 584 574 585 575 566

Avg. 586.7 578.3 575.6 585.7 575.7 506.2 573.1 568.5 561.0

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*denotes appearances in which competitors shoot in smallbore and air rifle in same event Player Dan Hermsmeier Kelly Audet Jessica Phenis Kaitlynn Lee Max Burkhardt Linn Larsen Rustin Russell Jimmy Zaken Maya Arredondo

Apps. 11 11 11 11 10 7 8 4 2

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High 1171 1167 1156 1151 1159 1156 1139 1113 1144

Avg. 1164.8 1152.7 1147.5 1140.2 1143.3 1143.6 1059.8 1107.3 1129.0

RIFLE

Team Smallbore Air Rifle 1. Memphis 2300 2324 2. UT Martin (Mixed) 2255 2275 3. UT Martin (Women’s) 2240 2257 4. Rose Hulman 2160 2256 5. UAB — 2215 6. UA-Fort Smith — 2092

Jessica Phenis Kelly Audet Kaitlynn Lee Max Burkhardt Rustin Russell Maya Arredondo Jimmy Zaken

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts 2011-12 Team Results DATE Sept. 24-Oct. 2 Sept. 28 Oct. 8 Oct. 29 Oct. 30 Nov. 19 Nov. 20 Jan. 14 Jan. 15 Jan. 25 Jan. 29 Feb. 1 Feb. 24-25 Season Averages

OPPONENT Tiger Open Ole Miss Invitational Army West Virginia Kentucky Columbus State Gamecock Invitational Murray State Nebraska Skyhawk Invitational Withrow Invitational Ole Miss GARC Championship

LOCATION Memphis, Tenn. Oxford, Miss. Oxford, Miss. Morgantown, W.Va. Lexington, Ky. Fort Benning, Ga. Jacksonville, Ala. Murray, Ky. Murray, Ky. Martin, Tenn. Murray, Ky. Oxford, Miss. Oxford, Miss.

SMALLBORE MEM OPP 2266 — 2278 — 2294 2335 2292 2328 2294 2339 2277 — 2282 — 2302 2298 2300 2271 2300 — 2269 — 2289 2282 2295 — 2287.5 —

All-Time Roster - A Maya Arredondo Kelly Audet

Krissey Bahnsen Kate Benjamin Nathan Brandeburg Max Burkhardt

2004-06 2003-06 2012 2011-12

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2002-03 2003-04

- F J.C. Fairlcoth

Jessica Phenis Brian Phillips Bobbie Lee Prewit

- H 2005-09 2010-12

2008-10

- R Rustin Russell Luke Ryerkerk

2005-07

2002-03

2010-12 2001-04 2012 2008-12

- M Greg Morton Charles Moss

Keegan Singleton Amelia Stacey Annie Svolto

2006-10 2007-10 1996-2000

Beth Tidmore

J.B. Vaughan

2002-06

2001-05

Britton Watson Kent Wilcox

2006-09 2007-08

- Z Jimmy Zaken Returning shooters listed in bold

2007-11 1998-2002

University of Memphis

RESULT 2nd/3 5th/13 L L L 1st/3 2nd/8 W W 1st/6 6th/8 L 6th/7

RECORD 1-1 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-8 7-8 10-9 11-9 12-9 15-9 16-14 16-15 17-20 17-20

Academic

NCAA National Championship - Air Rifle Beth Tidmore 2005

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Beth Tidmore

National Rifle Association All-America First Team - Air Rifle Beth Tidmore 2005

Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association Scholar Athlete Award Beth Tidmore 2005 Krissey Benjamin 2005 Brian Phillips 2005 J.B. Vaughan 2005 Jimmy Zaken 2012

National Rifle Association All-America First Team - Smallbore Dan Hermsmeier 2012 National Rifle Association All-America Second Team - Air Rifle Katie Benjamin 2004 Beth Tidmore 2004 Krissey Bahnsen 2006 Kelly Audet 2012 National Rifle Association All-America Second Team - Smallbore Dan Hermsmeier 2011 National Rifle Association All-America Honorable Mention - Air Rifle Beth Tidmore 2003

GARC Scholar Athlete Beth Tidmore

2010-12

All-GARC First Team - Air Rifle Beth Tidmore

2005

All-GARC First Team - Smallbore Dan Hermsmeier

2011

All-GARC Second Team - Air Rifle Krissey Bahnsen Kelly Audet

2005 2012

2005

Institution M Club Hall of FAme Anne Svolto

All-GARC Honorable Mention - Air Rifle Krissey Bahnsen 2006 Dan Hermsmeier 2011 All-GARC Second Team - Combined Score Beth Tidmore 2005 Dan Hermsmeier 2011 Conference USA Coach of the Year Butch Woolbright 1998 Great Midwest Conference Coach of the Year Butch Woolbright 1993

2012

2007

Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association Team Academic Award Memphis 2005

Conference

- W -

- L Linn Larsen Bobby Leblanc Beth Lee Kaitlynn Lee

- S -

- V -

- K Charity Koone

2007-10, 2011-12 2007-09

- T -

- J Jessica Jasis

2008-12 2003-07 2004-05

- Q -

2001-03

Andrew Hahn Dan Hermsmeier

2002-03

Jenna Quick

- C Justin Cabaniss Sarah Carr

National

Johnny Newbill

- P -

- B -

COMBINED MEM OPP 4594 — 4608 — 4605 4663 4616 4678 4633 4711 4597 — 4603 — 4640 4628 4624 4600 4600 — 4596 — 4628 4647 4631 — 4613.5 —

Honors & Awards

- N 2011-12 2009-12

AIR RIFLE MEM OPP 2328 — 2330 — 2311 2328 2324 2350 2339 2372 2320 — 2321 — 2338 2330 2324 2329 2324 — 2327 — 2339 2365 2336 — 2327.8 —

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Air Rifle A gun that uses a .177 caliber lead pellet propelled by compressed air instead of a gunpowder charge. The rifles can weigh up to 12.12 pounds. Bull Short for bull’s-eye. There are 12 bulls per target, 10 for competition and two for sighting shots. The 10 ring is actually a dot in the center of the bull’s-eye. In smallbore, the 10 dot is slightly larger than a pin head, but must be completely gone to score 10 points. In air rifle the 10 dot is slightly larger than the period at the end of this sentence. Cleaned A perfect target, in which the shooter hits a 10 on each of the 10 targets on the sheet for a score of 100. Can also be used to refer to a perfect match. Front Sight The sight attached to the end of the barrel of the rifle, holding the front aperture. Full Course In smallbore, a full course consists of 120 record shots, 40 in each position, fired in the following order: prone, standing, kneeling.

Electronic Targets A target system that uses microphones and sound waves from the bullet or pellet going through the paper to send to a monitor on each point. Iron Sights Sights that employ no magnification. Kneeling Shooting from a kneeling position with a sling and kneeling roll to support the position. Off Hand The unsupported standing position. Perfect Match Score In air rifle and smallbore, 600 is perfect. Plug A metal device used to score targets. Variations include the “inward plug” and “outward plug.” With the inward plug, the score is determined by the contact point of the outside edge of the plug with the inside of the next highest scoring

Prone Shooting from a lying position. Range Officer The person in charge of timing the match and “running the line,” which includes assisting shooters who are having difficulties and enforcing rules governing the match. Record Shots Also known as “shots for record,” those shots that are counted toward the match score, with “sighters” not included. Relay One group of shooters firing the match at the same time. Shooting Glove A padded glove, with or without fingers, used to ensure the comfort of the nondominant hand (i.e., a right-handed shooter wears a glove on the left hand) as the shooter supports the rifle.

Smallbore A .22 caliber gun with an iron sight used in competition. It can be customized with special accessories and/or alterations (barrel length and style, stock, design, etc.) to fit the shooter’s needs and comforts. Spotting Scope A type of telescope used to locate shots in the target. Tie Breaking In NCAA competition, ties are broken as follows: 1) by the highest score in the last 10 shots; 2) by the highest number of 10s, 9s and 8s; or 3) by the highest number of inner 10s. When shooting other smallbore and air rifle competitions, ties are addressed by the rule book of either the National Rifle Association or USA Shooting

S c o r i n g S ys t e m - A i r R i f l e Course of Fire Competitors stand and shoot lead pellets from .177 caliber rifles at targets 10 meters away. Rifle Air rifles can be either air or gas powered and weigh up to 12.12 pounds by NCAA regulations.

Shooting Jacket The jacket is made of leather or canvas and provides support and pads the shooter to minimize Time the effect of pulse and recoil. There are strict Competitors have 105 minutes to fire 60 shots from the standing position. guidelines regarding the thickness. Perfect Match Score Shooting Boots Boots designed for rifle shooting. They have A perfect match score of 600 is the maximum the toe end of the sole and the heel cut flat for for air rifle. stability. Shooting Troucers Snug canvas and/or leather pants usually worn over running tights or sweatpants. They often have padded reinforcements sewn on both knees and the seat to prevent the slipping of elbows and knees when firing from the kneeling position. Sighting Shots Practice shots taken before going “for record.” Sighting shots are unlimited and may be fired before the beginning of each position. Once a position’s first record shot has been fired, no further sighting shots are permitted.

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Course of Fire In smallbore threeposition rifle, athletes fire .22 caliber rifles from the prone, standing and kneeling (also called off hand) positions at targets 50 feet away. Rifle Smallbore rifles may not exceed 17.6 pounds by NCAA regulations. Time Competitors have 120 minutes for 20 record shots in the prone position, 20 record shots in the standing position and 20 record shots in the kneeling position.

Sling Adjustable strap with buckle adjustments and arm cuffs that provide stability. A sling is atPerfect Match Score tached to the rifle and helps to support it in A perfect match score of 600 is the maximum prone and kneeling positions. for smallbore.

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ring. With an outward plug, the score is determined by the contact point of the outer edge of the plug with the inside of the next lowest scoring ring.

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Media Quick Facts.................................... 96 2012 Schedule............................... 96 Media Information........................ 96 2012 Roster................................... 97 Pronunciation Guide...................... 97 Coaches & Staff Head Coach Richie Grant............... 98 Assistant Coaches...................99-100 Support Staff............................... 100 Meet the Tigers Player Profiles.......................101-108 2011 Review Season Recap............................... 109 Statistics/Results......................... 110 C-USA Only Statistics................... 111 C-USA Review.............................. 112 History Year-by-Year Results.............113-114 All-Time Series Records........115-116 Grant’s Record vs Opponents...... 117 All-Time C-USA Standings............ 117 All-Time C-USA Tourn. Results..... 118 All-Time Roster.....................119-120 Year-by-Year Coaching................. 120 Record Book................................ 121 Last Time..................................... 121 Honors & Awards.................122-123

2012 Schedule Date Day 8/21 Fri 9/3 Mon 9/7 Fri 9/9 Sat 9/14 Fri 9/16 Sun 9/22 Sat 9/26 Wed 9/30 Sun 10/3 Wed 10/9 Tue 10/13 Sat 10/20 Sat 10/24 Wed 10/27 Sat 10/31 Wed 11/2 Fri 11/7-11

Team Wisconsin Belmont Charleston# Furman # Washington% FDU% Drake Marshall* Kentucky* Missouri State UCA Tulsa* South Carolina* UCF* FIU* UAB* SMU*$ C-USA Championship

HOME GAMES IN BOLD # Furman Tournament $ FSC Game of the Week

Location Mike Rose Stadium Mike Rose Stadium Greenville, S.C. Greenville, S.C. Birmingham, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Mike Rose Stadium Mike Rose Stadium Lexington, Ky. Springfiled, Mo. Mike Rose Stadium Mike Rose Stadium Columbia, S.C. Orlando, Fla. Miami, Fla. Mike Rose Stadium Mike Rose Stadium Birmingham, Ala.

Quick Facts Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 12 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

All Times Central and Subject to change % UAB Tournament * C-USA Match *

Parking Media parking is located in the parking lot adjacent to the main gate. Parking passes are usually not required. Photographers Press and television photographers are requested to stay at least 10 feet from the playing surface. Photographers must have working credentials for access to the field. Photographers will be granted credentials through the University of Memphis Athletics Communications Office and not the Mike Rose Soccer Complex.

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Statistics The U of M Athletics Communications Office will provide game notes, statistics, rosters and media guides throughout the game to all media members. The U of M Athletics Communications Office will also provide complete game statistics to each media member shortly after each contest. Practice/Interviews Memphis soccer practices are closed to the media. However, special arrangements may be made by contacting the Athletics Communicaitons Office at least 24 hours before practice time. All interviews are coordinated with men’s head coach Richie Grant through the Athletics Communications Office. The office staff can also set up interviews throughout the season with the coaches as well as players, which will be scheduled around the players’ academic and practice schedules. Coaches and players are available for postgame interviews 10 minutes following the end of the game.

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Men’s History First Year of Soccer:........................... 1982 All-Time Record:......................289-238-51 NCAA Tournaments/Last:.............. 2/2004 Last Postseason Opponent:...... Ohio State Result:..........................L, 1-0 (First Round) Men’s Coaching Staff Head Coach:........................... Richie Grant (Green Mountain College, 1993) Overall Record: ..........171-130-20 (17 yrs) Record at Memphis:...118-101-18 (13 yrs) Assistant Coach:............ Nick Glaser (5 yrs) Assistant Coach: .. Robert Sausaman (2 yr) Volunteer Coach:.... Remco de Jong (7 yrs)

Media Information Credentials Members of the media traveling with the team to Mike Rose Soccer Complex do not need a credential. Media not traveling with the team need to contact the University of Memphis Athletics Communications Office for press credentials. A pass list will be kept at the main gate area, which also serves as the media gate. Seating in the press area is limited and will be restricted to working press, radio and television representatives’ needs, according to NCAA regulations.

General Information School:.............The University of Memphis Location:.......................... Memphis, Tenn. Founded:............................................ 1912 Enrollment:..................................... 22,725 Affiliation:......................... NCAA Division I Conference:...................... Conference USA Nickname:........................................ Tigers Colors:..................................... Blue & Gray Home Field:..... Mike Rose Soccer Complex Surface:............................................. Grass Capacity:........................................... 3,000 President:....................... Dr. Shirley Raines Athletics Director:................... Tom Bowen Web Site:................ www.GoTigersGo.com www.Memphis.edu

Tickets Tickets for Tigers soccer games are available at the U of M Ticket Office, now located inside the Hardaway Athletics Hall of Fame building on Normal, or by calling (901) 678-2331. Tickets are also available at the game. Tigers on the Web The University of Memphis official athletics website is www.gotigersgo. com. Media information, such as game notes, box scores, statistics, etc., all are available on the website. Home C-USA matches will be streamed and broadcasted live, with U of M alum Jeff Brightwell calling the play-by-play action. C-USA Website Additional information about Conference USA and its member institutions can be obtained by logging on to www.conferenceusa.com. The conference site has up-to-date statistics and rankings of all league schools.

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Men’s Team Information 2011 Overall Record:.......................11-6-1 Home:.................................................6-1-0 Away:.................................................5-3-0 Neutral:..............................................0-2-1 2011 C-USA Record/Finish:.........4-4-0/6th Home:.................................................3-1-0 Away:.................................................1-3-0 Final 2011 Rankings:............................N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.......... 26/3 Starters Returning/Lost:...................... 8/3 Athletics Communications Men’s Contact:...........................Brad Pope Office Phone:.................... (901) 678-5223 Mobile Phone:.................. (901) 336-8203 E-mail:.................. sbpope@Memphis.edu Office Fax:......................... (901) 678-4134 Address:................570 Normal, Room 203 Memphis, TN 38152 Social Media Facebook:....facebook.com/MemphisSoccer facebook.com/MemphisTigers Twitter:...........twitter.com/UMTigerSoccer twitter.com/TigersMedia YouTube:.........youtube.com/SIDMemphis FourSquare:.foursquare.com/TigersMedia

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Name Cody Uzcategui Conor Hurley Mark Sherrod Adam Camillo Liam Collins Chandler Gagnon Giovanni Alvarado Lewis Ellis Austin Gross Wil Linder Shane Keely Jordan Johnson Dennis Kennetz Jr. Tyler Rist Paul Banks Simon Estornel Jeremiah Wright Andreas Guentner Tanner Thompson Jordan Cuckler Quincy Thomas J.J. Greer Chris Gardea Jack Goldberg Patrick Toh Jr. Austin Kail Austin Stone Owen Kalis Justin Ross C.J. Zimmerman Benjamin Ciosanski

Cl. Pos. R-Fr. GK Jr. GK R-Jr. F Fr. D Jr. MF So. D R-Fr. F So. F Jr. F So. MF Jr. MF Sr. D R-Jr. MF R-Fr. F So. F Fr. MF Fr. F Sr. MF Jr. D Fr. MF Fr. D Sr. D Fr. MF Fr. MF So. F/MF Fr. GK Fr. MF/D Fr. D Fr. MF Fr. MF So. F

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach: Volunteer Goalkeeper Coach:

Ht. 6-2 6-1 6-3 5-7 5-9 6-2 5-10 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-0 5-10 5-9 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-0 5-10 5-8 5-10 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-8

Wt. 180 190 185 145 155 185 160 175 185 155 175 150 180 165 165 161 175 170 175 153 170 165 154 161 149 183 179 156 174 139 166

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Hometown/Last School Orlando, Fla./West Orange HS Dublin, Ireland/Lambuth University Knoxville, Tenn./Carter HS Ontario, Canada/Bishop Thomas Secondary School Skiberreen, Ireland/Colaiste Stiofain Naofa Memphis, Tenn./ECS Guadalajara, Mexico/Kingsbury High Wales, United Kingdom/Millfield School Tulsa, Okla./Jenks HS Franklin, Tenn./Ravenwood HS Dublin, Ireland/University College of Dublin Hendersonville, Tenn./Hendersonville HS Cordova, Tenn./Gardner-Webb Univ. Madison, Ala./Bob Jones HS Memphis, Tenn./Christian Brothers HS Gap, France Columbia, Tenn./Columbia Central HS Regensburg, Germany/Werner von Siemens Knoxville, Tenn./West HS Tulsa, Okla./Jenks HS Mohnton, Pa./Governor Mifflin HS Cordova, Tenn./Christian Brothers HS Memphis, Tenn./Christian Brothers HS Auburn, Ala./Auburn HS Monrovia, Liberia/Spring (Texas) HS Gallatin, Tenn./Station Camp High School Alcoa, Tenn./Alcoa HS Plano, Texas/Jesuit College Prep Peachtree City, Ga./Starr’s Mill High School Glendle, Az./Deer Valley High School Bemen, Germany/Gesamtschule Bemen OST

Green Mountain College, 1993/14th Season University of Memphis, 2001/Sixth Season University of Memphis, 2009/Third Season Univ. Van Amstertdam, 1984/Eighth Season

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Arizona (1) Zimmerman

Juniors (7) Liam Collins, Austin Gross, Conor Hurley, Shane Keely, Dennis Kennetz Jr., Mark Sherrod, Tanner Thompson

Pennsylvania (1) Thomas Tennessee (12) Banks, Gardea, Gagnon, Greer, Johnson, Kennetz, Linder, McCoy, Sherrod, Stone, Thompson, Wright Texas (1) Kalis

Ireland (3) Collins, Hurley, Keely

United Kingdom (1) Ellis

France (1) Estornel

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Sophomores (6) Paul Banks, Benjamin Ciosanski, Lewis Ellis, Chandler Gagnon, Wil Linder, Patrick Toh Jr. Freshmen (15) Giovanni Alvarado, Adam Camillo, Jordan Cuckler, Simon Estornel, Chris Gardea, Jack Goldberg, Austin Kail, Owen Kalis, Tyler Rist, Justin Ross, Austin Stone, Quincy Thomas, Cody Uzcategui, Jermiah Wright, C.J. Zimmerman

Pronunciation Guide Liam Collins.................................................. LEE-um Chandler Gagnon....................................... GAG-non Andreas Guentner................................. GOONT-ner Mark Sherrod........................................... SHARE-ud Patrick Toh Jr........................................................Tau Cody Uzcategui............................... OOZ-cuh-teg-ee

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Seniors (3) J.J. Greer, Andreas Guentner, Jordan Johnson

Oklahoma (2) Cuckler, Gross

Mexico (1) Alvarado

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Alabama (2) Goldberg, Rist

Georgia(1) Ross

Liberia (1) Toh

Name Giovanni Alvarado Paul Banks Adam Camillo Benjamin Ciosanski Liam Collins Jordan Cuckler Lewis Ellis Simon Estornel Chandler Gagnon Chris Gardea Jack Goldberg J.J. Greer Austin Gross Andreas Guentner Conor Hurley Jordan Johnson Austin Kale Owen Kalis Shane Keely Dennis Kennetz Jr. Wil Linder Tyler Rist Justin Ross Mark Sherrod Austin Stone Quincy Thomas Tanner Thompson Patrick Toh Jr. Cody Uzcategui Jeremiah Wright C.J. Zimmerman

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Florida (1) Uzcategui

Germany (2) Guentner, Ciosanski

No. 6 14 3 32 4 19 7 15 5 22 23 21 8 17 1 11 25 27 10 12 9 13 28 2 26 20 18 24 0 16 29

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Head Coach Richie Grant

Having completed his 13th season at the helm of the Tigers soccer program, Richie Grant has established himself as one of the premier coaches in Conference USA and the nation. With a strong background of developing players that move on to the professional level, as well as recruiting ties across the nation and around the globe, Grant has built a program in the Bluff City to rival any in the country. Since taking over as the third head coach in Memphis history in 1999, Grant has compiled a 118-101-18 record. In seven of his 13 seasons, the Tigers have earned Conference USA Tournament berths, including six of the past eight campaigns. The 2011 season was a memorable one for Grant as the Tigers head coach. On Sept. 11, 2011, Memphis defeated Wisconsin 2-1, making Grant the program’s all-time winningest coach with 111 victories. The 2011 campaign also was full of many other accomplishments. Memphis posted a six-win turnaround from 2010

en route to its sixth 10-win season under Grant. In 2011, Mark Sherrod took home Conference USA’s Player of the Year and Offensive Player of the Year honors. Sherrod is the first Tiger to earn the league’s Player of the Year and is the second to take home the C-USA Offensive Player of the Year. Former standout Dayton O’Brien is the other Grant disciple to be named the league’s Offensive Player of the Year. Grant got his start in collegiate coaching in 1995, taking over the NAIA program at Lambuth University. In four seasons at the Jackson, Tenn., institution, Grant won over 50 games and three conference championships, before getting his opportunity at the U of M. After going 7-11-0 in his first season at Memphis, Grant’s Tigers won a thenprogram record 14 games and finished fourth in the C-USA regular season standings. That turnaround garnered Grant his first C-USA Coach of the Year honor in 2000. Grant earned his second C-USA Coach of the Year honor (one of four C-USA coaches with two COY awards) in the 2004 season when Memphis won a school-record 16 games, made its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1993 and had the program’s first All-America selection (O’Brien). In 2005, O’Brien and teammate Andy Metcalf became the first Tigers drafted by Major League Soccer (MLS). Metcalf became a member of the D.C. United, and O’Brien joined the Columbus Crew. In 2008, Daniel Dobson caught on with the Kansas City Wizards.

The success of Grant’s teams is not limited to the pitch. In four of the past five years, the Tigers were honored with a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award (2007, 2009, 2010, 2011). While at Memphis, Grant has overseen the move of the program’s home matches from Echles Field to the Mike Rose Soccer Complex in Collierville, as well as the renovation of the Tigers outdoor practice facility on the U of M’s Park Avenue Campus. Grant also has an eye for talent and developing top-level athletes. On the current Tigers roster are two of the past four Tennessee State High School Boys Soccer Players of the Year in Sherrod and Chandler Gagnon. As a player, Grant was a three-time NAIA All-America defender and was twice named the NAIA District V Player of the Year at Green Mountain College in Poultney, Vt., where he received his bachelor’s degree in leisure resources and facilities management in 1993. Grant went on to play one season for the Minnesota Thunder, a semipro team that competes in the A-League. After one year with the Thunder, Grant took a coaching position at Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania and earned his master’s degree in communication studies while working as an assistant coach from 1993-95. Grant is married to Lady Tigers soccer assistant coach Jodi Grant (formerly Fisher). The couple has two children: a son, Hayden (born January of 2009), and a daugher, Katelyn Presley (born March of 2011).

Richie Grant Year at Memphis: ...............................14th Birthdate: ...................................... Feb. 28 Hometown ........................ Dublin, Ireland Alma Mater: .......Green Mountain College (Vt.), 1993 Wife: ....................................................Jodi Children:................ Hayden (3), Katelyn (1)

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Two-time C-USA Coach of the Year: 2000, 2004 NCAA Tournament: 2004 C-USA Championship: 2004 Mid-South Conference Championship: 1997, 1998 Tennessee Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship: 1995 TCAC Coach of the Year: 1995 NSCAA Premier Diploma: 2002 FAI Qualified Coach: 1989

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Three-time NAIA All-America defender at Green Mountain College (1990-92) Two-time NAIA District V Player of the Year (1991-92)

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Assistant Coach Nick Glaser Nick Glaser Year at Memphis: ............................... 6th Birthdate: ..................................... Feb. 11 Hometown: ........... Hendersonville, Tenn. Alma Mater: ....................Memphis, 2001

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Four-year letterwinner at Memphis (1997-00) C-USA All-Freshman Team (1997) Inaugural Tommy Smith Award Recipient (2000)

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From 2003-04, Glaser served as an assistant at Cumberland University, where he worked with the Bulldogs men’s and women’s teams before leaving the NAIA school to join the Flyers. Glaser began his coaching career by working in the club team ranks. He served as head coach of the Hendersonville Fever ‘93 team from 2001-04 and the Hendersonville Fever ‘91 squad from 2002-03. After graduating from Memphis, Glaser continued his playing career with the Nashville Metros of the A-League. After one season in Nashville, Glaser spent the 2002 and 2003 A-League seasons with the Cincinnati Riverhawks, leading the club in minutes played in 2003. While at Memphis, Glaser earned 1997 C-USA All-Freshman Team honors. In his first collegiate season, he helped the Tigers to a 10-8-2 record and played in all 20 games, notching five goals and five assists.

Glaser’s Coaching Experience Years 2001-03 2003-04 2005-06 2007-Present

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Robert Sausaman is in his third season as an assistant coach for the Tigers soccer program, returning to his alma mater in 2010. While fulfilling his duties as a full-time assistant the past two years, Sausaman also took graduate courses in sports and leisure commerce and business administration. He earned his Master’s of Business Administration in May of 2012 and Master’s of Science in sports and leisure commerce in August of 2012. Last season, Sausaman was in charge of a defensive group featuring returnees J.J. Greer, Jordan Johnson and Thomas Shannon, as well as two-time Tennes-

Four-year letterwinner at Memphis (2005-08) 2007 Tommy Smith Award Recipient Two-time Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District IV Team

see State High School Player of the Year Chandler Gagnon. The Tigers’ backline was instrumental in securing six shutouts in 2011, the program’s most since 2007. One of those six shutouts came in Memphis’ 1-0 win over No. 18 Bradley, a game in which the Tigers defense held the Braves without a shot-on-goal. On the strength of the defensive backline, Memphis posted a 366:42-minute shutout streak that began against Marshall, included games versus FIU, UNO and Tulsa and ended with a 90thminute, penalty-kick goal at UAB. The penalty kick at UAB was the only goal the Tigers surrendered in a span of 484:38 minutes from the end of the Marshall game un-

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In his sixth season as an assistant on Richie Grant’s coaching staff, Nick Glaser has taken an active role in the squad’s recruiting, scouring the globe for players to fill the U of M roster with talent, leadership and championshipcaliber student-athletes. In addition to coordinating recruiting, Glaser is also in charge of a talented group of midfielders. During his tenure, Glaser has coached such talents as Tripp Harkins, Jared Britcher, 2010 Tommy Smith Award recipient Cody McCoy and current Tiger Liam Collins. Under Glaser’s guidance, Collins recorded 11 assists in 2011, the third-most assists for a season in school history. The sophomore midfielder earned CUSA All-Conference first team accolades and finished the season ranked fourth nationally in assists per game and total assists. Glaser, a standout on Tigers squads from 1997-2000, rejoined the program as an assistant coach in 2007 after spending the 2005 and 2006 campaigns as an assistant coach at Dayton.

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During his playing career, Glaser was honored with the program’s inaugural Tommy Smith Award, given annually to the Tiger that best represents the qualities of the late Smith. A former Tigers standout in the early 1990s, Smith passed away in 2000.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts A s s i s t a n t C o a c h e s / S u p p o r t S t a ff til the middle of the Central Arkansas contest. Under Sausaman’s direction, Greer converted from his forward spot in 2009 to the backline in 2010. The move proved a successful one for Greer, who earned 2011 All-C-USA second team honors, in addition to taking home the final C-USA Defender of the Week award of the 2010 season. As a Tigers defender from 2005-08, Sausaman started 43 of his 67 appearances and tallied three goals and four assists (10 points). Sausaman was part of a stout 2007 Tigers defense that held opponents to a Conference USA-low 0.89 goals-per-game and earned seven shutouts. In 2008, Sausaman served as one of six senior captains. The Gainesville, Fla., native was the 2007 Tommy Smith Award recipient, given each year since 2000 to the Tiger who best exemplifies high academic standards, dedication, love of the game and sportsmanship. Sausaman is the second Tommy Smith Award recipient on Grant’s staff, joining inaugural winner Nick Glaser. Sausaman also was a standout in the classroom while completing his undergraduate work. A two-time Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District IV Team member, Sausaman was a Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal recipient and a three-time C-USA All-Academic Team honoree. Sausaman has an older brother, Kent, who is a licensed attorney.

Goalkeeper Coach Remco Remco

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Year at Memphis: ............................... 8th Birthdate: .......................................Nov. 6 Hometown: ..... Amsterdam, Netherlands Alma Mater: .Univ. Van Amsterdam, 1984 Wife:....................Angela de Jong-Angelici Children:.................................Alyssa, Luca

De Jong is married to Angela de Jong-Angelici, a freelance writer/producer and karate instructor in Bartlett. The couple has two children: a daughter, Alyssa, and a son, Luca.

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Remco de Jong is in his eighth season with the Memphis men’s soccer program as the volunteer goalkeeping coach. De Jong has helped the Tigers goalkeepers become some of Conference USA’s best. De Jong’s guidance was instrumental for goalkeeper Conor Hurley in 2011. Hurley posted the most wins (11) and shutouts (6) by a Memphis keeper since 2004. Hurley was a 2011 All-Conference USA third team selection for his performance. Under de Jong’s tutelage, former U of M keeper Tyler Strom led C-USA in goals-against average (0.91) and was third in save percentage (.791) in 2007. Strom’s 1.17 career GAA ranks second all-time at Memphis. De Jong was also responsible for goalkeeper Michael Goodlett’s development during his U of M career (2006-09). Head coach Richie Grant credits de Jong for Goodlett’s progress in becoming one of C-USA’s top goalkeepers. Goodlett ended his career with the program’s thirdde Years 1996-00 2001-10 2004-Present

U-18 Netherlands National Championship in 1985-86 Regional Champions 1985-88

best, all-time goals-against average. “Remco is a product of one of the best programs in the world, so he brings a great deal of expertise to that position,” said Richie Grant. “He’s very committed to improving our keepers.” A native of Amsterdam, de Jong started playing soccer at Ajax in the Netherlands when he was 10 years old. As a goalkeeper with Ajax, he played with John van het Schip, Stanly Menzo and Marco van Basten, who coached the Dutch National Team to a 2006 World Cup round of 16 appearance. De Jong’s U18 team, coached by three-time European Cup champion Johan Cruyff, won the Netherlands National Championship in 1981-82. His Ajax 3 team also won the national championship in 1985-86 and was a regional champion from 1985-88. In Holland, de Jong coached the amateur club RKAVIC from 1996-2000. He came to the U.S. in 2001 and began coaching goalkeepers with the West Tennessee Futbol Club Dragons. He is in his eighth year with the club that just recently merged with the Tennessee Rush Soccer Club.

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Bob Baker Academic Advisor

Josh Medler Strength & Conditioning

Jacob Schwartz Marketing

Blake Mashour Athletic Trainer

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts #6 GIOVANNI ALVARADO r-Freshman • Forward 5-10 • 160 Guadalajara, Mexico Kingsbury HS Major: Undeclared

Banks’ Career Stats GP-GS G A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 2011 9-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-0

#3 ADAM CAMILLO Freshman • Defender 5-9 • 145 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

2011 - Freshman Redshirted. Prior to Memphis Played for Kingsbury High School and the Unida Mojo club team ... Named all-state three years and all-metro four years ... Team captain for two years ... Led the Falcons to the school’s first state championship ... Led the state in goals scored.

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history, trailing Memphis Hall of Famers Dayton O’Brien (14 in 2004) and Rogerio Lima (12 in 1997) ... The team’s second-leading scorer with 13 points ... Started all 18 contests, playing over 1,600 minutes ... Set up Mark Sherrod’s game-winning goal in the season opener against Lipscomb ... Scored the game-winner off of a free kick at Belmont and assisted on Lewis Ellis’ first collegiate goal ... Posted an assist on Sherrod’s game-winner vs. Missouri State ... Notched a pair of assists on two Sherrod goals against South Carolina ... Recorded three assists — all on Sherrod goals — against Nebraska-Omaha ... Assisted on J.J. Greer’s goal in the Tigers’ 3-2 win over No. 9 UCF.

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Prior to Memphis Played both indoor and outdoor soccer for 2010 - Freshman Bishop Thomas Secondary School ... Named Started 16 of 17 games at midfield ... Led the the team’s Player of the Year. Tigers with six assists, including five in the last two matches ... Netted first career-goal in his Personal Personal first match against Belmont. Joining teamSon of Pati and Remo Camillo. Son of Salvador and Veronica Alvarado. mate Austin Gross in becoming the first Tigers to score in their first college match since Kevin Walsh and Jamie Gilbert scored in the #32 BENJI CIOSANSKI #14 PAUL BANKS 2006 season opener against Louisville ... A Sophomore • Forward 98th-minute golden goal against Central ArSophomore • Forward kansas gave the Tigers a 2-1 victory over the 5-8 • 166 5-10 • 165 Bears ... Career-best, three-assists contest Bemen, Germany Memphis, Tenn. Martin Methodist College came against Alabama A&M, when he assistChristian Brothers HS ed Mark Sherrod’s two goals, Cody McCoy’s Major: Undeclared Major: Undeclared game-winner ... Assisted on both goals in the Tigers’ 2-0 win against UAB on the Fox Soccer Prior to Memphis 2011 - Freshman Channel NSCAA Game of the Week, finding Played in nine games, totalling 122 minutes ... Transferred from Martin Methodist College, J.J. Greer for the winner and Mark Sherrod Played a season-high 34 minutes against UIC, where he played in all 15 games in the 2011 for the insurance goal. his first collegiate contest ... Attempted one season... Recorded five goals and four assists for 14 points ... In high school, played at VFB shot in 21 minutes versus FIU. Prior to Memphis Oldenburg for head coach Timo Ehle. Graduated in 2009 from St. Fachtna’s De La Prior to Memphis Salle College (equivalent to high school) … AtPrep star at local Christian Brothers High Personal tended prep school at Colaiste Stiofan Naofa School … At the time of his signing, was the Son of Dawid and Beata Ciosanski ... When … Coached by Liam Murphy … Team reached 20th-ranked player in the South by TopDraw- not playing soccer, enjoys fishing, hanging semifinals of Umbro Cup … Also helped lead erSoccer.com … All-Metro and All-State at out with friends and video games. team to Football Association of Ireland (FAI) Christian Brothers for former Tigers star RogU18 Cup championship … Squad also caperio Lima … Joined current teammate Chan#4 LIAM COLLINS tured the Munster Cup and were the league dler Gagnon on the Tennessee Sports Writers champion of the U18 class … Colaiste Stiofan Association (TSWA) Division II All-State Team Junior • Midfield Naofa was the Cork City champion in 2010 … … Also played one year of football as the 5-9 • 155 Scored 23 goals from midfield during the U17 kicker for CBHS … Was twice a Commercial Skiberreen, Ireland season … Notched the most games played on Appeal “Best of Preps” finalist … Part of the Colaiste Stiofain Naofa his U17 and U18 squads during their Cork City Tennessee Olympic Development program … Major: History campaign. Club-wise, played for MidSouth FC for Richard Butte. Personal 2011 - Sophomore Named All-Conference USA first team ... Son of John and Veronica Collins … Has two Personal Ranked fourth in the nation in total assists brothers, Mark and Owen … Enjoys listenSon of Vicki Baltz. (11) and assists per game (0.61) ... Led C-USA ing to music and watching Xavier Hernandez in assists and assists per game ... His 11 as- Creus and Andres Iniesta Lujan play together sists is the third-most in a season in school- for F.C. Barcelona … When not playing soccer,

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts P l ay e r B i o s enjoys playing a variation of soccer known as against Belmont ... First career assist came on #5 CHANDLER GAGNON futsal, which is mostly played indoors. Mark Sherrod’s game-winner at Wisconsin, giving head coach Richie Grant his school-reSophomore • Defender cord 111th victory ... Assisted Tiago Reichert’s Collins’ Career Stats 6-2 • 185 89th-minute goal against Nebraska-Omaha Memphis, Tenn. ... Recorded three assists on three Sherrod GP-GS G A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT Evangelical Christian School 2010 17-16 2 6 10 15 10 1 0-0 goals at Tulsa ... Assisted on Sherrod’s game2011 18-18 1 11 13 24 9 1 0-0 Major: Undeclared winning goal at Central Arkansas ... Scored Total 35-34 3 17 23 39 19 2 0-0 Memphis’ lone goal at SMU ... Knocked a free kick over the opponent’s wall and past 2011 - Freshman the goalkeeper in Tigers’ C-USA Tournament Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman #19 JORDAN CUCKLER Team ... Started all 18 games as a defender match against UCF. ... 27th-ranked player on TopDrawerSoccer ... Freshman • D/MF com’s mid-season “Top 100 Freshman” list. Prior to Memphis 5-10 • 153 Played high school soccer at Millfield School, Scored two goals and recorded one assist Tulsa, Okla. where he was a striker for Coach Terry Akhurst ... Helped hold No. 18 Bradley to zero shots Jenks High School … The MVP for England champion Millfield … on goal ... Notched first career goal, a gameMajor: Undeclared Played club soccer for Clevedon Town FC un- winner, against FIU ... First career assist came on Andreas Guentner’s game-winning goal der coach Micky Bell. Prior to Memphis against Nebraska-Omaha ... Instrumental in Four-year letterwinner as a center defender/ Personal helping the Tigers secure six shutouts, the defensive midfielder at Jenks High School ... Son of Valerie Ellis … Has a sister, Sophie … most since 2007 ... Significant contributor in Played in the 2010 Oklahoma 6A champion- Enjoys movies and video games in his spare Memphis posting a 366:42-minute shutout ship game ... 2011 all-state and all-conference time … Favorite book is a biography of Arsenal streak, a stretch that began against Marshall ... 2010 all-state honorable mention ... ESPN manager Arsene Wenger. and ended with a penalty-kick goal in the Rise Top 150 in 2011-12 ... ESPN Top-3 Okla90th minute at UAB ... Scored game-tying homa recruits ... Scored game-winning goal goal in 89th minute against UCF in the C-USA Ellis’ Career Stats against Owasso to secure district championTournament. ship ... Scored five goals and helped team to GP-GS G A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT seven shutouts in 2011 ... Netted nine goals in 2011 18-15 3 6 12 25 12 0 0-0 Prior to Memphis his high school career ... Played for the Tulsa Starred for nearby Evangelical Christian Soccer Club ... Club team’s successes include: School ... Two-time Gatorade Tennessee Boys USYSA National third-place finish, USYSA NaSoccer Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011 ... #15 SIMON ESTORNEL tional League champions (2011), five-time Ranked the nation’s 23rd player in the 2011 Oklahoma State champions (2006-2011), and class by CollegeSoccerNews.com and 31st by Freshman • Midfeilder two-time Region III runner-up (2009, 2011). TopDrawerSoccer.com ... ESPN RISE All-Amer5-9 • 161 ica first team ... Commercial Appeal “Best of Gap, France Personal Preps” Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011 Major: Undeclared Son of Jason and Jennafer Cuckler ... Father ... Tennessee Sports Writers Assocication played collegiate soccer for Oral Roberts ... (TSWA) and Tennessee High School Coaches Hobbies include hanging out with friends, All-State first team in 2010 and 2011 ... Parsinging and producing videos ... Enjoys writ- Prior to Memphis ticipated in both the 2010 and 2011 Discover ing lyrics with his brother ... Favorite form of Played for various club and developmental Europe Tour for the United States and served programs as an amateur ... Starred at midfield as team captain during the 2011 tour ... Longrecreation is mountain biking. for Gap HAFC under head coach Luigi Renno time member of the Tennessee Olympic De... Also played for Preformation Center Aixen velopment program ... Played on the club #7 LEWIS ELLIS France (12-14 years old), Professional Forma- level for the Tennessee Rush and Coach Alex tion Center (young team) and Grendde Foot Williams ... Also a black belt in Taekwondo Sophomore • Forward 38 (15-18 years old). and a gold medalist at the AAU Junior Olym5-10 • 175 pics. Cambridge, Whales, UK Personal Millfield School Son of Lucienne Martin and Daniel Estornel Personal Major: Undeclared ... When not playing soccer, enjoys watching Native of Memphis ... Son of David and Linda movies and spending time with friends. Gagnon ... Came to the U of M to bring a soc2011 - Freshman cer championship to his hometown univerPlayed in all 18 contests, earning starts in sity. 15 of those games ... Scored three goals and added six assists ... Team’s third leading scorer with 12 points ... Notched first-career goal

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#22 CHRIS GARDEA Freshman • Midfielder 5-10 • 154 Memphis, Tenn. Christian Brothers HS Major: Undeclared

emy U16 and Concorde Fire Academy U18 ... Led the Tigers in assists (5), second on ... Won four state titles with Tennessee Rush team for shots (28) and third for shots on goal and three state titles with GSA Phoenix. (12) ... At one time in the early portion of the season, was ranked in the top-10 nationally Personal for assists ... Scored first career goal against Son of Jim and Terry Goldberg ... Enjoys hang- UMKC in UAB “Soccer For A Cure” Classic ... ing out with friends, listening to music and Had one goal and five assists in the season’s playing ping-pong and card games in his spare first seven games ... Was held in check for time ... Other forms of recreation include bas- remaining nine games as opposing defenses ketball and football ... Ranked in the top-25 started keying on him ... Had a multiple-aspercent of graduating class. sists game against Central Arkansas in the 2009 Memphis Classic.

#21 J.J. GREER Junior • Defender 6-0 • 165 Cordova, Tenn. Christian Brothers HS Major: Journalism

Prior to Memphis Played four years at Christian Brothers High School for Memphis Hall of Fame member Rogerio Lima ... Helped the Purple Wave to the 2009 state title and a 2010 state runnerup finish ... Named all-state, all-metro and The Memphis Commercial Appeal “Best of Preps” nominee ... Played 10 years for Midsouth Futbol Club and one year for FC Alliance ... With FC Alliance, won premiere league and state championships, while finishing as runner-up in both the Atlanta Cup and Disney tournaments.

2011 - Junior Earned NSCAA All-Midwest second team and All-Conference USA second team honors as a center defender ... Tallied one goal, finishing from four yards out in Memphis’ 3-2 win over No. 9 UCF ... Attempted 10 shots on the year ... Instrumental in helping the Tigers secure six shutouts, the most since 2007 ... Significant contributor in Memphis posting Personal Son of Charles and Kristina Gardea ... Enjoys a 366:42-minute shutout streak, a stretch body surfing in California and hanging out that began against Marshall and ended with with his friends ... Plans on majoring in psy- a penalty-kick goal in the 90th minute at UAB ... Helped hold No. 18 Bradley to zero shots chology at the U of M. on goal.

#23 JACK GOLDBERG

Prior to Memphis Named to ESPN Rise Top 150 as the 136thranked player ... 2012 ESPN Rise Top-Alabama Prospect and Top-Defender List ... Member of 2011 NSCAA Boys All-Region III Team ... Fivetime letterwinner for Coach Bo Morrissey at Auburn High School ... First player in school history to earn five letters ... Awarded allstate honors as a freshman, sophomore and junior ... Helped Auburn to 20-4-2 record his senior season ... Recorded two goals and two assists, all in the second half, in a 4-2 comeback win against Briarwood Christian ... 2009 - Freshman Played at the club level for Tennessee Rush, Named to C-USA All-Freshman Team in 2009 GSA Phoenix 93, Birmingham United Acad-

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Prior to Memphis Competed at the high school level for Christian Brothers High School in Memphis ... Named ESPN Rise All-America ... Helped lead the Purple Wave to the state championship game all four years ... Part of team that led Christian Brothers to 11th-straight region championship in 2009 ... Key part of 2009 Tennessee state championship squad, scoring 16 goals and tallying seven assists ... Earned all-metro honors as a sophomore and junior ... Selected to the all-state team as a sophomore and junior ... Selected Commercial Appeal “Best of Preps” Player of the Year in 2009 ... Coached by former Memphis soccer standout, Rogerio Lima ... Member of the Tennessee ODP team for six seasons ... Played in Costa Rica for ODP team ... Competed at the club level for Midsouth Futbol Club for coach Richard Bute ... Helped lead club team to a state runner-up finish in club team’s first year of existence. Personal Son of WMC-TV sports director Jarvis Greer, a former Tigers football letterwinner from 1976-77, and Emily Greer ... Full name is Jarvis Greer Jr.

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Freshman • D/MF 5-8 • 161 Auburn, Ala. Auburn HS Major: Undeclared

2010 - Sophomore After seeing limited time in first half of campaign, became a more defense-oriented player and an integral part to the Tigers stretch run ... Started the season at midfield, logging two assists against Belmont in the season opener ... Had three shots in two of the Tigers’ first three matches (Belmont and North Florida) ... Started against Marshall on Sept. 18, but did not earn another start for almost a month ... In the season’s final week, moved to center defender ... That move earned him Conference USA Defensive Player of the Week honors the week of Nov. 8 ... Led the defense to two shutouts of Alabama A&M and UAB to earn the league’s weekly award ... Against UAB, headed in the game-winning goal in the 48th minute ... The game winner was the first of his career.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts P l ay e r B i o s #8 AUSTIN GROSS Junior • Forward 6-0 • 185 Tulsa, Okla. Jenks HS

Major: Special Education

2011 - Sophomore Played in 10 contests at forward ... Scored one goal, an equalizer in the 88th minute against UIC ... Attempted three shots, placing two on frame.

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#17 ANDREAS GUENTNER

2010 - Freshman Made six starts at midfield and forward ... Started the season opener against Belmont, netting a goal ... Joined teammate Liam Collins as the first newcomers to score in their collegiate debuts since Jamie Gilbert and Kevin Walsh in 2006 ... Netted a goal against North Florida, one of five Tigers to score on the Ospreys ... Started the final two games, which the Tigers won by a combined score of 10-0.

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Senior • Midfield 6-0 • 170 Regensburg, Germany Werner von Siemens Major: International Business/ German

2011 - Junior Served as a co-captain with Thomas Shannon ... Started all 18 games at midfield ... Notched two goals and two assists ... Scored a goal in the season opener against Lipscomb ... Assisted on Mark Sherrod’s goal at Belmont ... Recorded an assist on Shannon’s header at Wisconsin, a win that gave Richie Grant the all-time wins record as head coach at Memphis ... Tallied the game-winning goal against Nebraska-Omaha ... One of three Tigers, Prior to Memphis along with Parker Duncan and Mark Sherrod, Played varsity soccer for Jenks High School named to the C-USA All-Academic Team. ...Coached in high school by John Timmons ... Lettered four seasons ... Earned all-state hon- 2010 - Sophomore ors as a junior in the state of Oklahoma ... Led Missed the season-opener against Belmont his team in goals scored in 2009 ... Competed due to suspension but was in the started the at the club level for the Tulsa Soccer Club ... remainder of the year ... Third on the squad Coached at club level by Steve Earle ... Played with 1,414 minutes played, one of three Tifor same club team as current Tiger Thomas gers to log more than 1,400 minutes ... Had Shannon ... Club team was a Region III quar- 16 shots, the fourth most on the team ... terfinalist in 2007, United States Youth Soccer Scored twice against Alabama A&M, one of Association National Tournament participant three Tigers with multi-goals against the Bullin 2005 and 2006 and Dallas Cup finalist in dogs ... Injury forced him to adopt a home on 2008 ... Also won Region III Championships the backline during parts of 2010. with TSC ‘91 in 2005 and 2006 and won the state championship six-straight seasons from 2009 - Freshman 2003-08 ... Led team in goals scored in Pre- Played center back, fullback, defensive midmier League West for 2006 and 2007 ... Com- fielder and center midfielder ... Named to Cpeted for Oklahoma Olympic Development USA All-Freshman Team and All-C-USA third Program. team ... Tallied two goals and one assist ... Scored first career goal in 4-3 upset of No. Personal 23 Drake in Birmingham, Ala. ... Second goal Son of Karen and James Gross … A Special came on a laser from 25 yards out against FIU Olympics peer tutor in high school ... Also ... Had an assist on Rick Alleman’s goal against served as a member of the Native American Marshall. Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Key Club and Disc Golf Club in high school. Prior to Memphis Won North Bavarian Championship as a member of Werner von Siemens Gymnasium squad ... Competed for the Junior Bundesliga ... Played for coach Jahn Regensburg II ... Also

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played 24 games for Bavarian squad and one contest for German squad. Personal Son of Iris and Gerald Guentner.

Guentner’s Career Stats GP-GS G A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 2009 16-16 2 1 5 20 8 1 0-0 2010 16-16 2 0 4 16 6 0 0-0 2011 18-18 2 2 6 24 6 1 0-0 Total 48-48 6 3 15 50 22 2 0-0

#1 CONOR HURLEY Junior • GK 6-1 • 190 Dublin, Ireland Lambuth University Major: Accounting 2011 - Sophomore Named All-Conference USA third team ... Posted a record of 11-6-2, the most wins by a Tigers goalkeeper since 2004 ... Notched six shutouts, the most since 2007 ... Ranked second in shutouts in C-USA ... Had six saves in 1-0 win against Missouri State, his first shutout as a Tiger ... Shutout No. 18 Bradley in Hotels at Grand Prairie Classic ... Posted a 366:42-minute scoreless streak, including shutouts over FIU, Nebraska-Omaha and Tulsa ... Named C-USA Defensive Player of the Week Oct. 10, after posting five saves in a 3-0 win over FIU ... Allowed only one goal, a penalty kick at UAB, in a span of 484:38 minutes, which included shutouts against FIU, UNO, Tulsa and Kentucky. Prior to Memphis Starting keeper for Lambuth University, going 12-5-2 with six shutouts … Had a 0.87 goalsagainst average, 26th-best in NAIA ... Helped the Eagles to the A.I.I. Conference finals … Before coming to the U.S. to attend college, competed for and captained storied Irish prep program Colaiste Ide, the same program that has produced a number of star Tigers as well as head coach Richie Grant … Helped lead Colaiste Ide to the CFAI Final in 2010. Personal Son of Noelle and George Hurley … Has three siblings (Cillian, Sibeal and Aiden) … Outside of soccer, enjoys golfing and going to the gym.

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#11 JORDAN JOHNSON Senior • Defender 5-10 • 150 Hendersonville, Tenn. Hendersonville HS

Major: Interdisciplinary Studies

2011 - Junior Started all 18 games, logging 1,656 minutes ... Tallied four assists ... Assisted Andreas Guentner’s goal against Lipscomb ... Helped hold No. 18 Bradley to zero shots on goal ... Recorded an assist on Mark Sherrod’s second goal against South Carolina ... Posted an assist on Wil Linder’s game-winning goal against Kentucky ... Set up Chandler Gagnon in the 89th minute of the C-USA Tournament for the equalizer ... Instrumental in helping the Tigers secure six shutouts, the most since 2007 ... Significant contributor in Memphis posting a 366:42-minute shutout streak, a stretch that began against Marshall contest and ended with a penalty-kick goal in the 90th minute at UAB.

2009 - Freshman Started 14 in the back four ... Helped the Tigers to six shutouts, including blank slates against Conference USA opponents South Carolina and FIU ... Played 1,108 total minutes ... Part of freshman class that had four players start more than 14 games in 2009 ... Attempted three shots , including one shoton-goal against Vermont. Prior to Memphis Coached at Hendersonville High School by Russ Plummer ... Helped lead Hendersonville High School to three-straight Tennessee state tournament appearances and one state runner-up finish ... Hendersonville High School school captured district, regional and section-

#10 SHANE KEELY Junior • Midfield 6-0 • 175 Dublin, Ireland Univ. College of Dublin Major: Health and Human

Personal Performance Son of Barbara and Ollie Johnson ... Has one Prior to Memphis brother, Josh. Transferred from the University College of Dublin.

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#25 AUSTIN KAIL Freshman • GK 5-11 • 183 Gallatin, Tenn. Station Camp HS Major: Undeclared

Personal Son of Deirdre and Joe Keely ... Hobbies include watching television, eating and hanging out with friends.

#12 DENNIS KENNETZ JR. R-Junior • Midfield 6-1 • 180 Cordova, Tenn. Gardner-Webb Univ. Major: Biology

2011 - Junior Redshirted. Prior to Memphis Lettered four years in soccer at Station Camp High School ... Played for Coach Thomas Mo- 2010 - Sophomore Gardner-Webb transfer provided depth in the rand. midfield ... Missed season’s first two matches, but found his footing against North Florida Personal with a 20-minute appearance ... Made first Son of Courtney and Bill Benjamin. start against No. 5 nationally-ranked Tulsa, playing 25 minutes ... Saw a career-high 62 #27 OWEN KALIS minutes of action off the bench against Kentucky ... Started and took his first career shot Freshman • Defender against Missouri State ... Picked up an assist off 5-8 • 160 Andreas Guentner’s 73rd-minute goal against Dallas, Texas Alabama A&M. Jesuit College Preparatory

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Prior to Memphis Played soccer for Jesuit College Prepartory at left back ... Played club soccer on the 20112012 Dallas Texans and Dallas Texans Academy teams. Personal Son of Chris and Karen Kalis ... Brother, Ian, played three years of soccer at SMU after transferring from Duke ... His brother was selected by FC Dallas in the 2012 MLS Supplemental Draft.

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Prior to Memphis Played first of college at Gardner-Webb ... Appeared in nine games as a freshman for the Runnin’ Bulldogs in 2009 ... Attempted three shots ... Four-year starter at St. Benedict at Auburndale High School in Cordova, Tenn. ... Posted nine goals and 10 assists as a freshman and was voted the team’s best midfielder ... Tallied 10 goals and 10 assists as a sophomore and was voted the squad’s best attacker ... Recorded 12 goals and 10 assists as a junior, earning all-metro, all-region, allstate and team MVP honors ... Tallied 12 goals and 12 assists in his senior campaign, again earning all-metro, all-region, all-state and team MVP honors ... Played four years with

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2010 - Sophomore On the field for four shut outs ... Played the full time in nine matches, including an 110-minute tilt against Kentucky in a doubleovertime draw .... Finished fourth on the team with 1,281 minutes played.

al championships in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... Selected to the Tennessee State ODP team ... Played club soccer for three different teams, most recently for the NPSA and the Harpreth Futbol Club ... Coached by Eric Vaughter at NPSA and by Andrew Walls at Harpreth FC.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts P l ay e r B i o s the MidSouth Futbol Club team, recording at least 17 assists and double figures in goals in two of those four years ... Member of the Tennessee ODP team from 2003-07, including a trip to Nationals in 2005.

Linder’s Career Stats GP-GS G A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 2011 18-1 3 4 10 16 8 1 0-0

Personal Son of Dennis and Peggy Kennetz ... Has one sister, Lindsey. Son of Iris and Gerald Guentner.

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Sophomore • Midfield 6-0 • 155 Franklin, Tenn. Ravenwood HS Major: Undeclared 2011 - Freshman Earned Conference USA All-Freshman Team honors ... Saw action in all 18 games, playing 684 minutes ... Tallied first career assist on Mark Sherrod’s shoeless goal against No. 18 Bradley ... Assisted on Sherrod’s 26th-minute goal against Evansville ... Named to Hotels at Grand Prairie Classic All-Tournament Team after performances against No. 18 Bradley and Evansville ... Scored first career goal in a twogoal performance against FIU ... Headed in the game-winning goal against Kentucky, clinching a C-USA Tournament Berth. Prior to Memphis Four-year letterman at Ravenwood High School … All-state and district MVP as a junior … Named to the NSCAA All-Region III South Team … Played at the club level for Brentwood Premier under the tutelage of coach Ken Heckman … Named Brentwood Soccer Club’s “Star of Tomorrow” in 2010 … Scholastically, was school’s Student Athlete of Merit from 2007-10. Personal Son of Fred and Marla Linder … Has one brother, Sam … Besides soccer, enjoys working out and playing the guitar … Following his collegiate career, plans to become a physician’s assistant.

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#13 TYLER RIST R-Freshman • Forward 6-0 • 165 Madison, Ala. Bob Jones HS

Kennetz’s Career Stats GP-GS G A Pts Sh 2009* 9-0 0 0 0 3 2010 11-2 0 1 1 2 Total 20-2 0 1 1 5 * - At Gardner-Webb

Personal Son of Ron and Christine Ross.

Major: Biomedical Engineering

2011 - Freshman Redshirted.

6-3 • 185 Knoxville, Tenn. Carter HS

Major: Civil Engineering

2011 - Redshirt Sophomore Earned the following 2011 honors: NSCAA AllAmerica third team and College Soccer News All-American third team, CoSIDA Academic All-America third team, NSCAA All-Midwest Region first team, CoSIDA Academic AllDistrict first team, Conference USA Player of the Year, C-USA Offensive Player of the Year, All-Conference USA first team and C-USA AllAcademic Team ... One of 15 semifinalists for the Hermann Trophy ... One of 37 finalists for SoccerNewsNet College Boot award.

Prior to Memphis Five-time Alabama state champion on the club level for Huntsville Futbol Club, most recently in 2008 … State finalist on the club level in 2010 … Twice scored 10 or more goals during the club season … Captain and senior leader for Bob Jones High School in 2011 ... Coached by Uwe Spiller … Scholastically, was Set the school’s season goals-scored record school’s National Honor Society president (19) ... Tied Sean Frasor’s season record for points (42) ... Led the nation in goals per and a member of Mu Alpha Theta. game (1.06) ... Ranked nationally in points per game (2.33; 2nd), total goals (19; 3rd) and toPersonal Son of Mark and Sherry Rist … Has one tal points (42; 4th). brother, Justin … Enjoys traveling and the Started all 18 games, playing 1,514 minutes outdoors. of game time ... Notched seven game-winning goals ... Scored a goal in the Tigers’ first #28 JUSTIN ROSS three games vs. Lipscomb, Belmont and Missouri State ... Tallied the game-winning goal Freshman • Midfielder against Wisconsin, giving head coach Richie 5-10 • 174 Grant his school-record 111th career vicPeachtree City, Ga. tory ... Scored the lone goal, after losing his Starr’s Mill HS shoe, in the Tigers’ win at No. 18 Bradley ... Major: Undeclared Scored a goal against Evansville ... Named to the Hotels at Grand Prairie Classic All-TournaPrior to Memphis ment Team after games against Bradley and Started at center and left midfield for Starr’s Evansville ... Scored two goals against South Mill High School ... 2010, 2011 and 2012 all- Carolina ... Tallied an assist on Wil Linder’s region ... Named 2012 region Player of the 38th-minute goal against FIU ... Recorded a Year ... Holds school and state prep records hat-trick against Nebraska-Omaha ... Notched for most assists in a season ... Scored game- a second-consecutive hat-trick at Tulsa ... winning penalty kick in the 2010 Georgia After back-to-back hat-tricks, named Disney High School Association 4A state champion- Soccer/NSCAA Player of the Week, C-USA Ofship game ... A starter at Villiage Christian fensive Player of the Week, Soccer America Academy in Fayetteville, N.C., his eighth and Men’s Player of the Week and Men’s National ninth grade years ... Named all-conference as Team of the Week, SoccerSavings.com/Soca freshman at Village Christian Academy ... cer News Net Men’s College Player of the Played for the ODP-North Carolina ‘93 (2007- Week, TopDrawerSoccer.com Men’s College 09) and the ODP-Virginia ‘93 (2006-07). Team of the Week and College Soccer News National Team of the Week for Oct. 10-16

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season ... A member of Tennessee ODP for flin High School ... A three-time All-Berks three seasons. County honoree.

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P l ay e r B i o s Personal Personal Son of Sonny and Diane Sherrod ... Has one Son of Anthony Thomas and Monica Rainvillebrother, Will. Thomas ... Brother, Jordan, currently plays soccer for the University of New Hampshire ... Father played four years of basketball at Sherrod’s Career Stats Castleton State College ... Also enjoys hanging with friends and watching television. GP-GS G A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 2010 17-15 4 2 10 38 12 0 0-0 2011 18-18 19 5 42 77 38 7 0-0 Total 35-33 23 7 52 115 50 7 0-0

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6-0 • 175 Knoxville, Tenn. West Knoxville HS Major: Criminology and Criminal Justice

2011 - Sophomore Saw four minutes of action in the NebraskaOmaha contest, helping preserve a shutout. 2010 - Freshman Saw action in six contests ... Played in both matches of the UAB “Soccer for a Cure” Classic against North Florida (13 minutes) and Charlotte (six minutes) ... Also saw action in both matches of the SIU-Edwardsville Tournament, getting in seven minutes of time against both UMKC and SIU-E ... Played a season-high 17 minutes against Alabama A&M. Prior to Memphis Competed at Knoxville West High School ... Coached by Kyle McCoy ... Helped lead team to 2008 state semifinals ... In 2009, led West High School to a 14-5-3 record ... Named allstate as a junior ... Competed at the club level for the Knoxville Futbol Club ... Coached by John Craven ... Helped lead team to five state championships and two premiere league championships ... Club was regional quarterfinalist in 2009 ... Played forward and defender in high school and at club level ... Also played football for West High School, seeing time a running back, strong safety, kicker and punter. Personal Son of Pat and Kevan Thompson ... Has one brother, Luke ... Enjoys playing soccer and football ... Other hobbies include going to the lake, going to movies, driving and playing Warcraft ... Favorite professional soccer team is F.C. Barcelona.

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2010 - Redshirt Freshman Became a focal point of the Tigers offense in #26 AUSTIN STONE 2010, mustering four goals ... Led Tigers in shots with 38 on the season ... Assisted on Freshman • D/MF the Tigers’ first goal of 2010, feeding Parker 5-11 • 179 Duncan in the 15th minute against Belmont Alcoa, Tenn. ... Scored his first career goal against SIU EdAlcoa HS wardsville in the 81st minute ... Scored three Major: Undeclared goals in back-to-back victories to end the season with two scores against Alabama A&M and an 82nd-minute insurance goal in the Prior to Memphis Lettered four years at Alcoa High School ... season finale against UAB. Holds school records for goals in a season (32) and career assists (80) ... Twice named 2009 - Freshman Missed entire season due to injury suffered TSSAA All-State ... As a senior, named District 4A-AA MVP, All-District 4A-AA first team and prior to Memphis. All-County ... Played club soccer for FC Alliance 94 Black (2005-12). Prior to Memphis Signed with the U of M after competing for two seasons as a member of the Knoxville Personal Football Club ... Named ESPN Rise all-amer- Son of Holly and Rick Stone. ican third team ... Coached by John Craven as a member of the Knoxville Football Club, #20 QUINCY THOMAS the same club that produced Memphis teammates Cody McCoy and Parker Duncan ... Freshman • Defender Won the 2007 and 2008 state championship 6-0 • 170 at the club level as a member of the Knoxville Mohnton, Pa. Football Club ... Club team also won the DiviGovernor Mifflin HS sion III Premier League Championship in 2008 Major: Undeclared ... Played two seasons on the Lakeway Kickers club team ... Coach for the Lakeway Kickers Prior to Memphis was Mike McDonald ... Attended Carter High Played club soccer for multiple teams: PhilaSchool in Knoxville, where he was coached by delphia Union MLS U18 (2011-12), PA Classics Gene Chunn ... Named 2009 Gatorade Ten- USSF Academy U18 (2012), PA Classics USSF nessee Boys’ Soccer Player of the Year ... 2009 Academy U16 (2009-2011), FC Delco (2007Knoxville News-Sentinel Prep Extra Player of 08) and Supernova (2004-2006) ... USSF the Year ... An all-state selection from 2006- Academy National Team was a 2011 national 09 ... Earned all-district first team in 2006, finalist ... Member of State Cup finalist teams 2007, 2008 and 2009 ... High school team in 2005, 2006 and 2008 and State Cup semifiMVP his freshman and sophomore seasons ... nalist squads in 2004, 2005, and 2007 ... CapLed his district and region in goals as a fresh- tained the 2012 USSF Academy Team and the man, sophomore and junior at Carter High 2011 USSF Academy National Finalist Team ... School ... Finished career with 172 goals and Named a 2008 Rising Star by Soccer America 50 assists, both Carter High School records ... Magazine ... Played high school soccer for Served as high school team captain his junior Coach Brent Fenstermacher at Governor Mif-

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#24 PATRICK TOH JR.

Scottie Dean at IMG and Scott Fisher at West Orange High. Personal Son of Ernesto and Holly Uzcategui … Has a younger brother, Kyle … Enjoys going to the beach, golfing and movies in his spare time.

#16 JEREMIAH WRIGHT

Sophomore • F/MF 5-10 • 149 Monrovia, Liberia Spring (Texas) HS

Freshman • Forward HT 5-11 • 175 Columbia, Tenn. Columbia Central HS Major: Undeclared

Major: Marketing Management

2011 - Freshman Played four minutes in win over FIU.

Prior to Memphis Competed for coach Drew Norman at Columbia Central High School ... As a <Psenior, Prior to Memphis Standout at forward/midfield for Coach Jon- averaged 2.5 goals and 1.7 assists per game ny Gonzales at Spring (Texas) High School, ... Named to the all-state, all-mid-state, allwhere he was the team’s 2011 MVP and cap- district first teams. tain … ESPN Rise All-American and all-state … Two-time all-district first team pick … Scored Personal 47 career goals, including 20 in 2010 … Played Son of Bryant and Daisy Wright ... While at Columbia Central High School, was a member club soccer for the Texas Rush. of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and an honors student ... Enjoys playing video Personal One of seven children of Mary and Patrick games. Toh Sr. ... Originally from Monrovia, Liberia.

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#29 C.J. ZIMMERMAN Freshman • Midfielder 5-10 • 139 Glendale, Ariz. Deer Valley HS Major: Undeclared

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#0 CODY UZCATEGUI r-Freshman • GK 6-2 • 180 Orlando, Fla. West Orange HS

Prior to Memphis Played center midfield and striker for Coach Scott Blackford at Deer Valley High School ... Named all-state as a junior and senior ... Selected all-region as a sophomore.

Major: International Business

Personal Son of Christine and Shane Zimmerman.

2011 - Freshman Redshirted. Prior to Memphis Competed at the prestigious IMG Academy for a year following graduation from West Orange High School … Converted from midfield to keeper after his freshman year at West Orange ... As a senior, served as team captain and earned all-metro first team honors … Played for coaches Keith Fulk and

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With an 11-6-1 mark in 2011, the Tigers posted their best record since going 16-4-1 in the 2004 campaign. Memphis finished sixth in Conference USA with a 4-4 record, earning the program’s first C-USA Tournament berth since 2008. The U of M also took down two nationally-ranked opponents with victories over No. 18 Bradley 1-0 (road) and No. 9 UCF 3-2 (home).

Grant’s At The Top

On Sept. 11, 2011, Memphis defeated Wisconsin 2-1 in Madison, Wis., making Richie Grant the program’s alltime winningest head coach with his 111th victory. Grant surpassed his predecessor, Chris Bartels, who finished his 11-year career (1988-98) with 110 wins. Including the 2011 season, Grant now has 118 wins at Memphis and 171 victories in his 17-year career.

Sherrod Posts Record Season; Among Nation’s Stat Leaders

Mark Sherrod etched his name in the Tigers record book with his outstanding 2011 campaign. Sherrod’s 19 goals surpassed former Tiger Sean Frasor’s 18-goal season in 2001. Sherrod’s 42 points tied Frasor for the most in a single season. Sherrod’s record-breaking performance placed him among the nation’s statistical leaders. Sherrod led the country in goals per game (1.06) and also appeared among the nation’s top-five in points per game (2.33; 2nd), total goals (19; 3rd) and total points (42; 4th).

Sherrod’s Award-Winning Campaign

More Honors For More Tigers

Sophomore Liam Collins joined Mark Sherrod on the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Midwest first team. Collins and Sherrod were the second and third Tigers, respectively, to earn the honor, joining Dayton O’Brien on that list. Collins also received All-Conference USA first team recognition, as voted by the league’s coaches. The Tigers had two additional players earn All-Conference USA recognition with junior defender J.J. Greer named to the second team and sophomore goalkeeper Conor Hurley to the third team. Chandler Gagnon and Wil Linder both were selected to the C-USA All-Freshman Team.

Collins Dishin’ It Out

Liam Collins put his name in the Tigers record book with his 11-assists campaign in 2011. The Skiberreen, Ireland, native placed his name in the middle of the Tigers top-five, single-season assists leaders. Collins moved past M Club Hall of Famer Rogerio Lima (10 assists in 1996) and David Jackson (10 in 1984) into the No. 3 spot. Collins’ 11 assists trail Dayton O’Brien’s 14 handouts in 2004 and Lima’s 12 in 1997. Collins finished the season ranked fourth nationally in both assists (11) and assists per game (.61).

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starts) in net and had a 5-7-1 record. Graduating with a degree in biology, McCoy was the Tigers’ unsung hero in 2011. McCoy received recognition for his team “glue-like” play, as he was listed among College Soccer News’ list of 25 “Team Linchpins-Indispensable Players.” Shannon, who earned his degree in biomedical engineering, anchored the Tigers defensive backline. Shannon served as a team co-captain and was instrumental in helping the 2011 Memphis defense record six shutouts.

Classroom Excellence

When Memphis posted a 1-0 victory at No. 18 nationally-ranked Bradley, the Tigers’ lone goal was scored in an improbable fashion. Memphis collected a loose ball on Bradley’s half of the field, and the ball was played ahead to sophomore Mark Sherrod. As Sherrod went to play the ball to Wil Linder, a defender stepped on the back of Sherrod’s shoe, causing the shoe to partially come off his foot. After passing the ball to Linder, Sherrod made a run up the left flank, but was unable to stomp his shoe back into place. So, he flipped it off his foot. Linder played the ball ahead to the streaking — and shoeless — Sherrod. The striker planted with his shoeless right foot and blasted a left-footed shot past the Braves keeper. A “mocumentary” titled The Legend of Shoeless Sherrod was created and posted on GoTigersGo.com.

Sophomore goalkeeper Conor Hurley posted six shutouts in 2011, the most by a Tigers keeper since Sebastian Vecchio recorded seven in 2004. The Dublin, Ireland, native earned C-USA Defensive Player of the Week honors Oct. 10 after posting five saves in a 3-0 win over FIU. Including the FIU match, Hurley posted three-consecutive shutouts with clean-sheet wins over Tulsa and Nebraska-Omaha. His scoreless streak spanned 366:42 minutes, before UAB converted an 89th-minute penalty kick to end that stretch.

The Tigers program continued its strong academic performance tradition in 2011. Highlighting Memphis’ classroom accomplishments was Parker Duncan’s Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-America second team selection. It was the highest individual academic honor achieved in the program’s history. Mark Sherrod joined Duncan as a Capital One/CoSIDA Academic AllAmerican with his selection to the national third team. Duncan and Sherrod are the program’s third and fourth players, respectively, to take home Academic All-America honors. Andy Metcalf (2003, 2005) and Jared Britcher (2005, 2007) both were named to the Academic All-America third team all four times. Duncan was also placed on the NSCAA/Adidas Scholar All-South Region first team, and Duncan, Sherrod and Andreas Guentner all were named to the Conference USA All-Academic Team. For the fourth time in the last five years, Memphis received the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award (2007, 2009-11). To be eligible for the award, teams must post a 3.0 or higher team grade-point average. This past year, Memphis recorded a 3.20 team GPA.

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Poll Power

Memphis started receiving votes in the major polls beginning the week of Sept. 12, 2011. The Tigers also received votes the week of Oct. 17, 2011, before finally breaking into the top-25 in the Soccer America poll on Nov. 1, 2011 (No. 25).

Tigers Graduate Four Players

Four Tigers earned their diplomas in May of 2012, completing their careers as Tigers. The four graduates were Parker Duncan, Jordan Leedle, Cody McCoy and Thomas Shannon. Duncan, who completed his degree in biology, led or tied for the team lead for points his first three seasons. His name was synonymous with academic achievement, earning Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-America second team and C-USA All-Academic Team honors as a senior. Leedle was awarded a degree in finance. As a redshirt sophomore in 2010, Leedle played 13 games (12

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Mark Sherrod became just the second All-American in the program’s history in 2011. Sherrod took home National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and College Soccer News All-America third team honors. Sherrod joined former Tigers standout Dayton O’Brien, who received his All-America honors in 2004. O’Brien, a 2011 M Club Hall of Fame inductee, earned 2004 All-America second team recognition from both the NSCAA and College Soccer News. Sherrod, a sophomore from Knoxville, Tenn., was one of 15 semifinalists for the Hermann Trophy, awarded annually to college soccer’s National Player of the Year. SoccerNewsNet also named Sherrod as one of 37 finalists for its College Boot award. The Conference USA coaches voted Sherrod the league’s Player of the Year, making him the first Tiger to earn that award. Sherrod is the second Tiger to win the C-USA Offensive

Player of the Year honor (O’Brien in 2004). Sherrod also earned NSCAA AllMidwest first team accolades. During the 2011 season, Sherrod earned multiple weekly honors. After posting four goals and one assist versus Central Arkansas and No. 9 UCF, Sherrod earned the following honors: C-USA Offensive Player of the Week, College Soccer News National Player of the Week and Team of the Week, TopDrawerSoccer.com Men’s College Team of the Week and CS360 Primetime Performer of the Week. Following back-to-back hat-tricks against Tulsa and Nebraska-Omaha, Sherrod was awarded the following accolades: Disney Soccer/NSCAA Player of the Week, C-USA Offensive Player of the Week, Soccer America’s Men’s Player of the Week and Men’s National Team of the Week, SoccerSavings.com/ SoccerNewsNet Men’s College Player of the Week, TopDrawerSoccer.com Men’s College Team of the Week and College Soccer News National Team of the Week.

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OVERALL 11-6-1 4-4-0 7-2-1

HOME 6-1-0 3-1-0 3-0-0

AWAY 5-3-0 1-3-0 4-0-0

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Team Statistics

o. N PLAYER GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG 2 SHERROD, Mark 18-18 19 4 42 77 .247 38 4 COLLINS, Liam 18-18 1 11 13 24 .042 9 7 ELLIS, Lewis 18-15 3 6 12 25 .120 12 9 LINDER, Wil 18-1 3 4 10 16 .188 8 19 DUNCAN, Parker 18-18 2 5 9 39 .051 17 17 GUENTNER, Andreas 18-18 2 2 6 24 .083 6 5 GAGNON, Chandler 18-18 2 1 5 17 .118 5 16 SHANNON, Thomas 18-18 2 1 5 16 .125 7 11 JOHNSON, Jordan 18-18 0 4 4 3 .000 1 10 MCCOY, Cody 18-18 0 3 3 15 .000 3 21 GREER, J.J. 18-18 1 0 2 10 .100 1 15 REICHERT, Tiago 16-2 1 0 2 3 .333 1 8 GROSS, Austin 10-0 1 0 2 3 .333 2 20 WILLIAMS, B.J. 5-0 0 0 0 3 .000 1 14 BANKS, Paul 9-0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 24 TOH JR, Patrick 1-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 18 THOMPSON, Tanner 1-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1 HURLEY,Conor 18-18 0 0 0 0 .000 0 Total 18 37 41 115 276 .134 111 Opponent 18 23 18 64 168 .137 71 No. 1 TM

GOALTENDERS GP-GS HURLEY, Conor 18-18 TEAM Total 18 Opponents 18

Minutes 1663:44 0:00 1663:44 1663:44

GA 23 0 23 37

Avg 1.24 0.00 1.24 2.00

Saves 47 1 48 74

Pct .671 1.000 .676 .667

SOG% GW PK-ATT .494 7 0-0 .375 1 0-0 .480 0 0-0 .500 1 0-0 .436 0 0-0 .250 1 0-0 .294 1 0-0 .438 0 1-2 .333 0 0-0 .200 0 0-0 .100 0 0-0 .333 0 0-0 .667 0 0-0 .333 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .402 11 1-2 .423 6 2-2

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Game-by-Game Breakdown Date Opponent W/L Score Attend 8/28/11 LIPSCOMB W 4-1 344 09/01/11 at Belmont W 3-2 415 9/4/11 MISSOURI STATE W 1-0 243 9/9/11 vs UIC T O2 1-1 253 9/11/11 at Wisconsin W 2-1 310 9/16/11 at #18 Bradley$ W 1-0 949 9/18/11 vs Evansville$ L O2 1-2 120 9/24/11 SOUTH CAROLINA* L 2-3 659 10/1/11 at Marshall* L 0-3 300 10/8/11 FIU* W 3-0 723 10/11/11 NEBRASKA-OMAHA W 5-0 257 10/16/11 at Tulsa* W 3-0 511 10/19/11 at UAB* L 0-1 1235 10/23/11 KENTUCKY* W 2-0 531 10/26/11 at Central Arkansas W 2-1 203 10/29/11 #9 UCF* W 3-2 515 11/4/11 at SMU* L 1-2 491 11/9/11 vs UCF% L OT 3-4 77

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Tigers Scorers (Assists) DUNCAN, Parker (SHERROD, Mark;MCCOY, Cody) SHERROD, Mark (COLLINS, Liam) GUENTNER, Andreas (JOHNSON, Jordan) DUNCAN, Parker (SHANNON, Thomas) ELLIS, Lewis (COLLINS, Liam) SHERROD, Mark (GUENTNER, Andreas) COLLINS, Liam (unassisted) SHERROD, Mark (DUNCAN, Parker;COLLINS, Liam) GROSS, Austin (unassisted) SHANNON, Thomas (COLLINS, Liam;GUENTNER, Andreas) SHERROD, Mark (ELLIS, Lewis) SHERROD, Mark (LINDER, Wil) SHERROD, Mark (LINDER, Wil) SHERROD, Mark (COLLINS, Liam) SHERROD, Mark (COLLINS, Liam;JOHNSON, Jordan) GAGNON, Chandler (MCCOY, Cody) LINDER, Wil (SHERROD, Mark) LINDER, Wil (unassisted) GUENTNER, Andreas (GAGNON, Chandler) SHERROD, Mark (LINDER, Wil;COLLINS, Liam) SHERROD, Mark (COLLINS, Liam) SHERROD, Mark (COLLINS, Liam) REICHERT, Tiago (ELLIS, Lewis) SHERROD, Mark (DUNCAN, Parker;ELLIS, Lewis) SHERROD, Mark (ELLIS, Lewis;DUNCAN, Parker) SHERROD, Mark (ELLIS, Lewis) LINDER, Wil (JOHNSON, Jordan) SHERROD, Mark (DUNCAN, Parker;LINDER, Wil) SHERROD, Mark (COLLINS, Liam) SHERROD, Mark (ELLIS, Lewis) SHERROD, Mark (DUNCAN, Parker) GREER, J.J. (SHERROD, Mark;COLLINS, Liam) SHERROD, Mark (MCCOY, Cody) ELLIS, Lewis (SHERROD, Mark) ELLIS, Lewis (unassisted) SHANNON, Thomas (penalty kick) GAGNON, Chandler (JOHNSON, Jordan)

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MEM 3272 7/467 3/150

Opp 4414 8/552

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1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 16 21 0 0 37 11 10 1 1 23

Shots by Period Memphis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 118 145 2 11 276 70 95 2 1 168

Saves by Period Memphis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 18 30 0 0 48 32 38 1 3 74

Corner Kicks Memphis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 42 42 2 2 88 21 31 1 0 53

Fouls by Period Memphis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 98 104 3 3 208 100 129 5 1 235

Category Leaders oints P 2 SHERROD, Mark 4 COLLINS, Liam 7 ELLIS, Lewis 9 LINDER, Wil 19 DUNCAN, Parker

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Pts 42 13 12 10 9

oals G G 2 SHERROD, Mark 19 9 LINDER, Wil 3 7 ELLIS, Lewis 3 17 GUENTNER, Andreas 2 5 GAGNON, Chandler 2 19 DUNCAN, Parker 2 16 SHANNON, Thomas 2

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Pts 42 10 12 6 5 9 5

A 11 6 5 4 4 4

Pts 13 12 9 10 42 4

ssists A 4 COLLINS, Liam 7 ELLIS, Lewis 19 DUNCAN, Parker 9 LINDER, Wil 2 SHERROD, Mark 11 JOHNSON, Jordan

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MEM Opp 37-276 23-168 2.06 1.28 .134 .137 111-276 71-168 .402 .423 15.3 9.3 41 18 88 53 1-2 2-2

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OVERALL 4-4-0 4-4-0 0-0-0

HOME 3-1-0 3-1-0 0-0-0

AWAY 1-3-0 1-3-0 0-0-0

Individual Statistics o. N PLAYER 2 SHERROD, Mark 9 LINDER, Wil 7 ELLIS, Lewis 19 DUNCAN, Parker 4 COLLINS, Liam 21 GREER, J.J. 5 GAGNON, Chandler 10 MCCOY, Cody 11 JOHNSON, Jordan 17 GUENTNER, Andreas 16 SHANNON, Thomas 14 BANKS, Paul 24 TOH JR, Patrick 20 WILLIAMS, B.J. 15 REICHERT, Tiago 8 GROSS, Austin Total Opponents No. 1 TM

Team Statistics

GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG 8-8 8 3 19 38 .211 15 8-1 3 1 7 13 .231 8 8-7 1 3 5 8 .125 5 8-8 0 4 4 17 .000 6 8-8 0 3 3 11 .000 2 8-8 1 0 2 4 .250 1 8-8 1 0 2 4 .250 1 8-8 0 2 2 6 .000 2 8-8 0 2 2 2 .000 1 8-8 0 0 0 10 .000 2 8-8 0 0 0 1 .000 0 4-0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 1-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 7-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 4-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 8 14 18 46 115 .122 43 8 11 9 31 84 .131 36

GOALTENDERS GP-GS HURLEY, Conor 8-8 TEAM Total 8 Opponents 8

Minutes 720:00 0:00 720:00 720:00

GA 11 0 11 14

Avg 1.38 0.00 1.38 1.75

Saves 24 1 25 29

Pct .686 1.000 .694 .674

SOG% GW PK-ATT .395 2 0-0 .615 1 0-0 .625 0 0-0 .353 0 0-0 .182 0 0-0 .250 0 0-0 .250 1 0-0 .333 0 0-0 .500 0 0-0 .200 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .374 4 0-0 .429 4 1-1

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Game-by-Game Breakdown Tigers Scorers (Assists) SHERROD, Mark (COLLINS, Liam) SHERROD, Mark (COLLINS, Liam;JOHNSON, Jordan) GAGNON, Chandler (MCCOY, Cody) LINDER, Wil (SHERROD, Mark) LINDER, Wil (unassisted) SHERROD, Mark (DUNCAN, Parker;ELLIS, Lewis) SHERROD, Mark (ELLIS, Lewis;DUNCAN, Parker) SHERROD, Mark (ELLIS, Lewis) LINDER, Wil (JOHNSON, Jordan) SHERROD, Mark (DUNCAN, Parker;LINDER, Wil) SHERROD, Mark (DUNCAN, Parker) GREER, J.J. (SHERROD, Mark;COLLINS, Liam) SHERROD, Mark (MCCOY, Cody) ELLIS, Lewis (SHERROD, Mark)

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MEM Opp 14-115 11-84 1.75 1.38 .122 .131 43-115 36-84 .374 .429 14.4 10.5 18 9 36 24 0-0 1-1 MEM 6 0

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Opp 11 0

MEM 2428 4/607

Opp 2537 4/634

Goals by Period Memphis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 8 6 0 0 14 5 6 0 0 11

Shots by Period Memphis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 52 63 0 0 115 35 49 0 0 84

Saves by Period Memphis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 8 17 0 0 25 11 18 0 0 29

Corner Kicks Memphis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 16 20 0 0 36 9 15 0 0 24

Fouls by Period Memphis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 52 42 0 0 94 43 51 0 0 94

Category Leaders oints P 2 SHERROD, Mark 9 LINDER, Wil 7 ELLIS, Lewis 19 DUNCAN, Parker 4 COLLINS, Liam

G 8 3 1 0 0

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Pts 19 7 5 4 3

oals G G 2 SHERROD, Mark 8 9 LINDER, Wil 3 7 ELLIS, Lewis 1 21 GREER, J.J. 1 5 GAGNON, Chandler 1

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Pts 19 7 5 2 2

ssists A 19 DUNCAN, Parker 2 SHERROD, Mark 4 COLLINS, Liam 7 ELLIS, Lewis 11 JOHNSON, Jordan 10 MCCOY, Cody

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Date Opponent W/L Score Attend 9/24/11 SOUTH CAROLINA* L 2-3 659 10/1/11 at Marshall* L 0-3 300 10/8/11 FIU* W 3-0 723 10/16/11 at Tulsa* W 3-0 511 10/19/11 at UAB* L 0-1 1235 10/23/11 KENTUCKY* W 2-0 531 10/29/11 #9 UCF* W 3-2 515 11/4/11 at SMU* L 1-2 491

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2 0 1 1 C o n f e r e n c e USA R e v i e w 2 0 1 1 C o n f e r e n c e USA S t a n d i n g s South Carolina!* UAB* UCF* Marshall SMU*% Memphis Kentucky FIU Tulsa

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W-L-T Pct. Home Away Pts. W-L-T Pct. 6-1-1 .812 2-1-1 4-0-0 19 9-8-2 .526 6-1-1 .812 2-1-1 4-0-0 19 13-5-3 .690 4-3-1 .562 3-1-0 1-2-1 13 11-6-3 .625 4-3-1 .562 2-1-1 2-2-0 13 8-8-1 .500 4-3-1 .562 2-2-0 2-1-1 13 13-7-1 .667 4-4-0 .500 3-1-0 1-3-0 12 11-6-1 .639 2-5-1 .312 2-2-0 0-3-1 7 9-9-2 .500 1-5-2 .250 1-2-1 0-3-1 5 5-8-4 .412 1-7-0 .125 1-3-0 0-4-0 3 5-12-0 .294

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Home Away Neutral 5-3-1 4-3-0 0-2-1 7-1-3 5-1-0 1-3-0 6-2-0 4-2-3 1-2-0 5-2-1 3-5-0 0-1-0 4-3-0 5-1-1 4-3-0 6-1-0 5-3-0 0-2-1 7-2-1 0-7-1 2-0-0 5-2-3 0-5-1 0-1-0 3-7-0 1-4-0 1-1-0

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Team Shots 1. SMU 2. Kentucky 3. UCF 4. Memphis 5. UAB 6. South Carolina 7. FIU 8. Tulsa 9. Marshall

GP 21 20 21 18 21 19 17 17 17

No. 309 300 288 276 271 260 257 251 234

Avg/G 14.71 15.00 13.71 15.33 12.90 13.68 15.12 14.76 13.76

Points 1. Kentucky 2. Memphis 3. UCF 4. SMU 5. UAB 6. South Carolina 7. Marshall 8. Tulsa 9. FIU

GP 20 18 21 21 21 19 17 17 17

No. 119 115 111 96 92 88 72 67 61

Avg/G 5.95 6.39 5.29 4.57 4.38 4.63 4.24 3.94 3.59

Goals 1. UCF 2. Memphis 3. Kentucky 4. SMU UAB 6. South Carolina 7. Marshall 8. FIU Tulsa

GP No. Avg/G 21 38 1.81 18 37 2.06 20 35 1.75 21 34 1.62 21 34 1.62 19 29 1.53 17 26 1.53 17 22 1.29 17 22 1.29

Assists 1. Kentucky 2. Memphis 3. UCF 4. South Carolina 5. SMU 6. UAB 7. Tulsa 8. Marshall 9. FIU

GP 20 18 21 19 21 21 17 17 17

Goals Allowed 1. UAB Marshall 3. Memphis UCF 5. SMU

GP No. Avg/G 21 22 1.05 17 22 1.29 18 23 1.28 21 23 1.10 21 27 1.29

No. 49 41 35 30 28 24 23 20 17

Avg/G 2.45 2.28 1.67 1.58 1.33 1.14 1.35 1.18 1.00

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Saves 1. UAB 2. SMU 3. UCF Marshall 5. FIU 6. Kentucky 7. Tulsa 8. South Carolina 9. Memphis

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29 31 32 33

1.71 1.63 1.88 1.65

GP 21 21 21 17 17 20 17 19 18

Saves Avg/G 99 4.71 92 4.38 83 3.95 83 4.88 67 3.94 61 3.05 58 3.41 55 2.89 48 2.67

Individual Shots Per Game 1. SHERROD, Mark-MEM 2. IVO, Arthur-SMU 3. TULLOCH, McKauly-UCF 4. LODGE, Matt-UK 5. JACKSON, Tom-MAR 6. ROCHA, Tony-TLS 7. BALADEZ, Bradlee-SC 8. CASTILLO, Juan-SMU 9. ALBRECHT, Quentin-FIU 10. SODADE, Babayele-UAB

Avg/G 4.28 3.95 3.71 3.65 3.56 3.53 3.16 2.82 2.59 2.52

Points 1. SHERROD, Mark-MEM 2. TULLOCH, McKauly-UCF 3. SODADE, Babayele-UAB 4. IVO, Arthur-SMU 5. RIGGS, Tyler-UK 6. LODGE, Matt-UK ROBSON, Nik-UCF 8. JACKSON, Tom-MAR 9. BALADEZ, Bradlee-SC 10. ALBERTSON, Corey-TLS

Points 42 34 31 30 27 24 24 22 19 15

Points Per Game 1. SHERROD, Mark-MEM 2. TULLOCH, McKauly-UCF 3. IVO, Arthur-SMU RIGGS, Tyler-UK 5. SODADE, Babayele-UAB 6. LODGE, Matt-UK 7. JACKSON, Tom-MAR 8. ROBSON, Nik-UCF 9. BALADEZ, Bradlee-SC 10. ROBERSON, Stephen-TLS

Avg/G 2.33 2.00 1.50 1.50 1.48 1.41 1.38 1.14 1.00 0.91

University of Memphis

Assists No. 1. COLLINS, Liam-MEM 11 2. LODGE, Matt-UK 10 IVO, Arthur-SMU 10 4. PETTYS, Charlie-UK 7 GEORGE, Kevan-UCF 7 6. ELLIS, Lewis-MEM 6 ROBSON, Nik-UCF 6 8. ROCHA, Tony-TLS 5 CATES, Danny-SC 5 DUNCAN, Parker-MEM 5 RIGGS, Tyler-UK 5 BALADEZ, Bradlee-SC 5 MANGOTIC, Mike-SC 5 SODADE, Babayele-UAB 5 ADENIRAN, Moses-UAB 5 Goals-Against Avg 1. DOYLE, Shawn-UCF 2. WOSZCZYNSKI, Carl-UAB 3. IBARRA, Jaime-SMU 4. EVERS, Sebastian-UCF 5. HURLEY, Conor-MEM 6. WITHROW, Daniel-MAR 7. Reyes, Eric-FIU 8. LONG, Alex-SC 9. BEADLE, Tyler-UK 10. MURRAY, Michael-TLS

First Round No. 5 SMU 4, No. 4 Marshall 3 No. 3 UCF 4, No. 6 Memphis 3 (OT) Semifinals No. 5 SMU 1, No. 1 South Carolina 0 No. 2 UAB 2, No. 3 UCF 0 Championship Match No. 5 SMU 2, No. 2 UAB 0

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GOALS No. 1. SHERROD, Mark-MEM 19 2. TULLOCH, McKauly-UCF 15 3. SODADE, Babayele-UAB 13 4. RIGGS, Tyler-UK 11 5. JACKSON, Tom-MAR 10 IVO, Arthur-SMU 10 7. ROBSON, Nik-UCF 9 8. LODGE, Matt-UK 7 BALADEZ, Bradlee-SC 7 10. ALBERTSON, Corey-TLS 6

GA Avg .83 0.97 1.16 1.23 1.24 1.26 1.36 1.56 1.57 1.75

Saves No. 1. WOSZCZYNSKI, Carl-UAB 91 2. IBARRA, Jaime-SMU 86 3. WITHROW, Daniel-MAR 79 4. MURRAY, Michael-TLS 53 5. LONG, Alex-SC 52 6. BEADLE,Tyler-UK 50 7. HURLEY, Conor-MEM 47 8. DOYLE, Shawn-UCF 44 9. REYES, Eric-FIU 42 10. EVERS, Sebastian-UCF 37

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2011 Conference USA Tournament Results Nov. 9-13, 2011 Tulsa, Okla.

Overall

Most Valuable Players Mark Sherrod, F, Memphis Offensive Players of the Year Mark Sherrod, F, Memphis Defensive Player of the Year Diogo de Almeida, D, SMU Freshman Player of the Year Tony Rocha, MF, Tulsa Coach of the Year Mark Berson, South Carolina All-Conference USA First Team F Mark Sherrod, Memphis F Arthur Ivo, SMU F Bradlee Baladez, South Carolina F Babayele Sodade, UAB M Liam Collins, Memphis M Warren Creavalle, UCF M Kevan George, UCF D Anthony Hobbs, FIU D Diogo de Almeida, SMU D Andrew Quintana, UCF GK Daniel Withrow, Marshall All-Conference USA Second Team F Juan Castillo, SMU F Corey Albertson, Tulsa M Tom Jackson, Marshall M Anthony Virgara, Marshall M T.J. Nelson, SMU M Stephen Morrissey, South Carolina M Omar Mata, Tulsa D Dylan Asher, Kentucky D J.J. Greer, Memphis D Reed Matte, UAB GK Carl Woszczynski, UAB All-Conference USA Third Team F Quentin Albrecht, FIU F Matt Lodge, Kentucky F Tyler Riggs, Kentucky F McKauly Tulloch, UCF M Braeden Troyer, South Carolina M Tony Rocha, Tulsa M Nik Robson, UCF D Danny Cates, South Carolina D Blaine Gonsalves, Tulsa D Mladen Lemez, UAB GK Conor Hurley, Memphis C-USA All-Freshman Team F Quentin Albrecht, FIU D Marco Bordon, Kentucky M Jahvon Allison, Marshall D Chandler Gagnon, Memphis M Wil Linder, Memphis D Aaron Simmons, SMU M Braeden Troyer, South Carolina M Abe Matamoros, Tulsa F Stephen Roberson, Tulsa M Tony Rocha, Tulsa D Darion Copeland, UAB F Diego Navarrete, UAB D Leo Ayala, UCF

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts 1982

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Record: 7-11-2 H: 6-4-1 • A: 1-7-1 • N: 0-0-0 Coach: Peter Bermel

Record: 12-7-2 H: 8-3-1 • A: 4-4-1 • N: 0-0-0 Coach: Peter Bermel

Record: 8-7-3 H: 5-2-1 • A: 2-3-2 • N: 1-2-0 Coach: Chris Bartels

Record: 7-9-2 • GMC: 4-1-0 H: 5-3-1 • A: 1-5-0 • N: 1-1-1 Coach: Chris Bartels

Record: 11-8-2 • GMC: 2-4-0 H: 9-1-1 • A: 0-6-1 • N: 2-1-0 Coach: Chris Bartels

9-1 Earlham College W 4-0 9-4 at Appalachian State L 0-1 9-6 at #9 Wake Forest W 2-1 9-11 Rhodes W 2-0 9-13 Northeast Louisiana T 1-1 9-18 at Vanderbilt L 0-3 9-21 Missouri-Saint Louis L 2-4 9-28 at Missouri-Rolla W 4-1 9-29 at Southeast Missouri T 3-3 10-4 UAB W 4-0 10-11 Alabama A&M^ W 1-0 10-16 at Alabama-Huntsville L 0-3 10-18 Georgia State L 0-2 10-20 Tennessee W 4-1 10-26 at Belhaven W 3-2 10-27 at South Alabama W 2-1 11-2 at John Brown L 0-1 11-8 Christian Brothers W 6-0 11-13 Rhodes W 2-0 Metro Tournament (Memphis) 11-16 Cincinnati L 1-3 11-17 Louisville W 2-0

Date Opponent Result 8-31 Alabama A&M W 4-1 9-3 at Charlotte L 0-3 9-4 vs. Davidson W 5-3 9-9 at Missouri-Saint Louis L 2-3 9-16 at Western Kentucky T 2-2 9-17 vs. Marquette L 0-3 9-24 Alabama-Huntsville T 1-1 9-28 Rhodes W 9-0 10-1 Belhaven W 3-1 10-14 Vanderbilt W 2-0 10-19 at UAB W 6-0 10-23 at Georgia State T 2-2 10-24 at Mercer W 5-0 10-27 Christian Brothers L 0-1 10-29 South Alabama L 1-3 Metro Tournament (Louisville) 11-5 vs. Cincinnati L 0-3 11-6 at Louisville L 0-2 11-11 Southern Miss. W 3-0

8-31 Rhodes W 3-1 9-1 Boca Raton L ot 1-3 9-14 Kentucky W 1-0 9-15 Eastern Michigan W 3-1 9-18 South Alabama L 0-1 9-21 UAB* W 2-1 9-22 Marquette* W 1-0 9-28 at Cincinnati* W 2-1 9-29 vs. Louisville T ot 2-2 10-2 Christian Brothers T ot 2-2 10-5 vs. DePaul* W 2-1 10-6 at New Mexico L 0-1 10-9 UALR L 1-2 10-13 at SIU Edwardsville L 1-2 10-23 at Saint Louis* L 2-6 10-27 at Southwest Missouri L 2-4 11-2 at Vanderbilt L 1-3 Great Midwest Tourn. (St. Louis) 11-8 vs. Cincinnati L 0-2

9-3 Illinois-Chicago W 4-1 9-4 Western Michigan W 3-0 9-7 at South Alabama L 2-4 9-11 at UALR T ot 3-3 9-16 at DePaul* L 1-2 9-18 at Marquette* L 0-1 9-23 vs. New Mexico L 0-2 9-25 vs. NE Illinois W ot 5-1 9-28 Centenary W ot 4-2 9-30 Dayton* W 3-1 10-2 Cincinnati* W 8-0 10-7 Saint Louis* L 2-3 10-9 Vanderbilt T 3-3 10-14 Alabama A&M W 1-0 10-16 Oral Roberts W 4-0 10-21 Southern Indiana W 3-0 10-23 at UAB* L 2-3 10-26 Christian Brothers W 4-0 10-29 at Duke L 0-4 Great Midwest Tourn. (Birmingham) 11-11 vs. DePaul W 2-0 11-12 at UAB L 1-2

Covenant Belhaven Southwestern (Rhodes) Alabama-Huntsville Vanderbilt at Alabama A&M South Alabama at UAB at Georgia State Tennessee Tech at Northeast Missouri State at Southeast Missouri State Southeast Missouri State at SMU at TCU Millsaps Ole Miss at Southwestern at Tennessee Tennessee Martin

W 4-3 L 1-4 W 4-0 L 2-4 T 0-0 L 0-11 W 3-2 L 2-3 L 1-5 W 3-1 L 0-1 W 3-2 L 0-2 L 0-9 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 0-1 T 2-2 L 2-3 W 3-1

1983 Record: 9-8-3 H: 5-2-2 • A: 4-5-0 • N: 0-1-1 Coach: Peter Bermel 9-3 TCU T 2-2 9-9 at Wake Forest L 0-6 9-11 at Alabama-Huntsville L 1-4 9-14 Southwestern W 6-0 9-16 at Vanderbilt L 1-2 9-17 at Tennessee Tech W 3-0 9-24 UAB W 2-1 9-25 Lindenwood T 1-1 Metro Tournament (Cincinnati) 10-1 vs. Virginia Tech^ T 0-0 10-2 vs. Louisville L 0-3 10-8 Georgia State L 0-3 10-9 Tennessee Martin W 5-1 10-15 Tennessee W 2-1 10-21 at South Alabama W 1-0 10-29 at Belhaven L 0-2 10-30 at Millsaps L 0-3 11-1 at Southeast Missouri W 1-0 11-5 Alabama A&M L 0-2 11-12 at Southwestern W 2-1 11-20 Ole Miss W 4-0 ^ Won 4-2 in shootout

1984 8-31 Vanderbilt W 5-1 9-7 at Northeast Louisiana L 1-6 9-8 John Brown W 5-0 9-12 Rhodes W 3-2 9-14 Alabama-Huntsville L 1-2 9-21 at Missouri-Saint Louis L 0-5 9-23 at Lindenwood T 3-3 9-29 Wake Forest W 2-1 10-5 at UAB W 3-2 10-7 at Georgia State L 0-1 10-12 South Alabama L 2-3 10-14 Southeast Missouri W 2-1 10-19 USF L 0-2 10-21 at Tennessee T 1-1 10-25 Missouri-Rolla L 2-3 10-27 Belhaven W 3-2 11-2 at Alabama A&M L 1-4 11-5 Tennessee Tech W 4-1 n-a Tennessee Martin W 7-2 Metro Tournament (Louisville) 11-9 vs. Cincinnati W 6-1 11-10 vs. Virginia Tech T 1-1 11-17 Rhodes L 2-3

9-6 UALR W ot 2-1 9-9 at Bradley T ot 1-1 9-10 at Illinois State L 1-5 9-13 Georgia State W 5-0 9-20 at SIU Edwardsville L 1-3 9-23 at Alabama-Huntsville W 2-1 9-24 at Alabama A&M L 1-2 9-28 Western Kentucky L ot 0-1 10-4 at Vanderbilt W 2-0 10-7 at Bowling Green L 1-3 10-8 vs. Miami (Ohio) W 4-2 10-11 Oral Roberts W 3-1 10-13 Missouri-Rolla L 1-2 10-18 Christian Brothers W 1-0 10-20 at South Alabama L 0-1 10-22 Evansville L 0-4 10-25 Rhodes W 6-0 10-27 at Belhaven W 2-1 10-30 Liberty L 0-1 Metro Tournament (Memphis) 11-4 Cincinnati L 0-1 11-5 Louisville W 4-1

Record: 9-9-2 H: 6-4-0 • A: 3-5-0 • N: 0-0-2 Coach: Peter Bermel 9-4 SIU Edwardsville W 1-0 9-9 Rhodes W 7-1 9-13 at North Texas W 3-2 9-16 at Indiana L 1-3 9-19 Missouri-Saint Louis L 1-3 9-23 Christian Brothers W 4-1 9-25 at UAB W 3-2 9-30 at Alabama A&M L ot 4-5 10-3 Illinois State W 1-0 10-9 at Belhaven W 4-2 10-10 at South Alabama L 0-3 10-14 UALR L ot 1-2 10-16 Georgia State L 1-3 10-18 Southwest Missouri W 8-1 10-21 at Alabama-Huntsville W 5-1 10-28 at Vanderbilt L 2-4 10-30 Western Kentucky L 0-2 11-1 at Evansville L 0-1 Metro Tournament (Cincinnati) 11-7 vs. Louisville^ T 1-1 11-8 vs. Virginia Tech$ T 2-2

Record: 10-9-1 H: 7-2-1 • A: 2-4-0 • N: 1-3-0 Coach: Chris Bartels 9-1 Florida Tech L 0-5 9-2 Rhodes W 6-1 9-8 Nicholls State W 6-0 9-9 SIU Edwardsville W 1-0 9-15 at DePaul W 2-1 9-16 at Wisconsin-Parkside L 0-4 9-21 vs. New Mexico L 1-2 9-23 vs. Charlotte L 0-4 Metro Tournament (Blacksburg) 9-29 vs. Cincinnati L ot 3-4 9-30 vs. Louisville W 4-1 10-5 at Evansville L 0-2 10-6 Bradley L 0-2 10-10 Belhaven W 2-1 10-12 Vanderbilt W 2-1 10-14 Christian Brothers W 3-2 10-20 at Liberty L 1-2 10-21 at Radford L 0-2 10-26 Southeast Missouri W 5-1 10-31 at UALR W 3-0 11-3 Alabama-Huntsville T ot 1-1

^ Lost 2-3 in shootout $ Lost 2-4 in shootout

1993 Record: 13-9-2 • GMC: 1-4-1 H: 10-2-1 • A: 3-7-0 • N: 0-0-1 Coach: Chris Bartels

1990

1987

9-6 Vanderbilt W 1-0 9-7 Southern Indiana W 3-0 9-13 at UALR W 2-0 9-18 at USF L 0-4 9-20 at UCF W 2-0 9-26 at DePaul* W 2-0 9-27 at Marquette* W 1-0 10-4 at UAB* W 4-1 10-7 Western Kentucky W 1-0 10-10 Saint Louis* T 1-1 10-11 Cincinnati* W 2-0 10-16 Southwest Missouri W 3-0 10-18 at South Alabama T 1-1 10-23 at Kentucky L 1-2 10-25 Quincy College W 2-1 10-28 Christian Brothers W 3-2 11-1 Centenary W 4-0 Great Midwest Tourn. (St. Louis) 11-7 vs. UAB W 4-0 11-8 at Saint Louis L 1-4

9-4 Louisville W 4-0 9-5 West Virginia W 2-0 9-8 UALR W 1-0 9-10 at Western Kentucky W 4-2 9-12 at Southern Indiana W 3-2 9-17 at Saint Louis* L 0-4 9-19 at Quincy College L 0-2 9-24 DePaul* W 3-1 9-26 Marquette* T ot 1-1 10-2 vs. Florida Atlantic T ot 1-1 10-3 at Coastal Carolina W 2-1 10-8 at Dayton* L 0-3 10-10 at Cincinnati* L 0-3 10-15 SIU Edwardsville W 3-1 10-17 South Alabama L 0-3 10-20 at Vanderbilt L 1-5 10-22 Oral Roberts W 2-0 10-24 UAB* L 1-3 10-27 Christian Brothers W 1-0 10-30 at Centenary L 0-1 Great Midwest Tourn. (Memphis) 11-5 UAB W 2-1 11-6 Marquette W 2-1 11-7 Saint Louis W 1-0 NCAA Tournament 11-15 at Indiana L 0-6

1995 Record: 6-10-2 • C-USA: 1-6-1 H: 5-2-1 • A: 1-6-1 • N: 0-2-0 Coach: Chris Bartels 9-3 at #19 Portland L 0-7 9-4 vs. Washington L 1-8 9-6 South Alabama W 1-0 9-10 at Charlotte* L 1-6 9-13 UALR W 5-1 9-17 DePaul* T ot 0-0 9-20 at Marquette* L 1-4 9-24 Louisville* W 3-1 10-1 at Cincinnati* L 0-2 10-6 at #7 Saint Louis* L 0-4 10-13 USF* L 0-4 10-15 UAB* L 0-1 10-20 at Centenary L 2-4 10-25 Christian Brothers W 5-1 10-27 at Vanderbilt W 5-2 10-29 at Evansville T ot 1-1 11-4 New Mexico W 5-2 C-USA Tournament (Milwaukee) 11-8 vs. Saint Louis L 0-1

1996 Record: 11-7-1 • C-USA: 3-5-0 H: 6-4-0 • A: 4-3-1 • N: 1-0-0 Coach: Chris Bartels 8-31 9-7 9-8 9-15 9-20 9-22 9-29 10-4 10-6 10-11 10-13 10-18 10-20 10-25 10-27 10-30 11-2

at Bowling Green T ot 1-1 Southwest Missouri W 2-0 at Tulsa W 3-0 #12 Charlotte* L 0-1 Vanderbilt W ot 3-2 at USF* L 1-6 Cincinnati* W 3-0 Marquette* L 0-2 at DePaul* W 1-0 #25 Evansville L 0-1 Saint Louis* L 0-1 at Louisville* W 6-1 at UAB* L 1-3 Western Kentucky W 2-0 Alabama A&M W 6-0 Christian Brothers W 5-0 Belmont W 6-0 C-USA Tournament 11-12 at Saint Louis W 1-0 11-15 at USF L 0-3

1997 Record: 10-8-2 • C-USA: 2-5-1 H: 6-3-1 • A: 3-5-1 • N: 1-0-0 Coach: Chris Bartels 8-30 vs. Tulsa W ot 3-2 8-31 at Southwest Missouri T ot 1-1

University of Memphis

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Record: 10-9-3 H: 8-4-0 • A: 1-5-2 • N: 1-0-1 Coach: Peter Bermel

9-3 South Alabama W 3-0 9-6 Belhaven W 1-0 9-10 Rhodes W 2-1 9-12 Christian Brothers W 3-0 9-17 Vanderbilt W 1-0 9-19 at SIU Edwardsville L 0-5 9-21 at Missouri-Saint Louis L 1-2 9-27 vs. Xavier W 4-2 9-28 at Western Kentucky L 0-1 10-1 Alabama-Huntsville W 3-0 10-4 at Illinois State T ot 2-2 10-5 vs. Missouri-Rolla W 2-1 10-11 at Georgia State L 1-4 10-12 at UAB W 2-1 10-18 Appalachian State T 0-0 10-30 Missouri-Rolla W 2-1 11-1 John Brown W 2-0 Metro Tournament (Blacksburg) 11-8 vs. Cincinnati W 2-0 11-9 at Virginia Tech W 3-1 11-11 at Rhodes W 5-1

Record: 14-3-2 • GMC: 4-0-1 H: 8-0-1 • A: 4-3-1 • N: 2-0-0 Coach: Chris Bartels

Record: 10-10-1 H: 6-5-0 • A: 3-5-1 • N: 1-0-0 Coach: Chris Bartels

1986 Record: 14-4-2 H: 8-0-1 • A: 3-4-1 • N: 3-0-0 Coach: Peter Bermel

1992

1989

^ Forfeit due to ineligible players

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Year-By-Year Results

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Year-By-Year Results 9-6 9-7 9-12 9-14 9-19 9-21 9-26 10-3 10-5 10-10 10-12 10-19 10-22 10-24 10-26 10-30

#23 Bowling Green L #8 Portland W at Western Kentucky W at Vanderbilt W USF* T at Belmont L #22 Saint Louis* L at Cincinnati* L at Louisville* W at UAB* L at Charlotte* L Drury W Alabama A&M W DePaul* W #17 Marquette* L Christian Brothers W C-USA Tournament 11-4 DePaul W 11-8 at USF L

0-5 3-1 5-2 3-2 ot 2-2 1-2 ot 1-2 ot 2-3 3-1 1-2 2-3 5-1 10-1 1-0 ot 3-4 6-1 3-1 2-4

1998 Record: 10-9-1 • C-USA: 2-5-1 H: 4-3-0 • A: 4-5-1 • N: 2-1-0 Coach: Chris Bartels 9-5 9-6 9-11 9-13 9-18 9-20 9-25 9-27 10-2 10-4 10-7 10-9 10-11 10-16 10-18 10-25 11-1

vs. #23 SW Missouri L at Western Illinois L at UNLV W vs. UC Santa Barbara W at USF* T Central Arkansas W at DePaul* W at Marquette* L Cincinnati* L Louisville* W Belmont W UAB L #23 Charlotte* L at #8 Saint Louis* L at Drury L Western Kentucky W at Christian Brothers W C-USA Tournament 11-7 at #9 Saint Louis W 11-13 vs. Marquette W 11-15 at USF L

0-1 ot 1-2 2-1 2-1 2o 3-3 5-1 3-2 0-1 0-3 2-1 1-0 0-2 2-3 0-2 ot 0-1 5-1 3-0 ot 1-0 3-0 2-4

1999

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Record: 7-11-0 • C-USA: 2-6-0 H: 4-5-0 • A: 2-6-0 • N: 1-0-0 Coach: Richie Grant 9-4 9-5 9-12 9-17 9-18 9-22 9-25 10-1 10-3 10-7 10-9 10-14 10-17 10-22 10-24 10-29 10-31 11-5

Centenary ^ Southwest Missouri ^ Charlotte* at Hartwick vs. Fordham Christian Brothers at Saint Louis* at Marquette* at UW-Milwaukee at Western Kentucky Cincinnati* at UAB* DePaul* at Louisville* at Belmont Central Arkansas Oral Roberts USF*

W 4-2 L 0-3 W 3-2 W 1-0 W 3-2 L 1-3 L 0-4 L 0-1 L 1-2 L 0-2 W 1-0 L 1-5 L ot 3-4 L 0-1 W 3-0 L 2-4 W 3-0 L 0-1

2000 Record: 14-6-0 • C-USA: 6-4-0 H: 6-3-0 • A: 4-1-0 • N: 4-2-0 Coach: Richie Grant 9-1 9-2 9-8 9-10 9-13 9-17 9-23 9-24 9-29 10-1 10-7

Belmont^ W 4-0 Birmingham Southern^ W 3-1 vs. Western Illinois! L 0-3 vs. New Mexico! W 6-2 Western Kentucky L 0-1 at Cincinnati* W 2-1 at Charlotte*% L 2o 3-4 vs. UCF% W 7-1 at USF*$ W ot 3-2 vs. Stetson$ W 5-2 Louisville* W 1-0

10-13 at DePaul* W 3-1 10-18 #18 UAB* L 2o 1-2 10-21 Marquette* W 1-0 10-24 Lipscomb W 10-0 10-28 #20 Saint Louis* L ot 0-1 11-1 at Christian Brothers W 4-3 11-5 Alabama A&M W 2-1 C-USA Tournament (St. Louis) 11-9 vs. Cincinnati W 2-1 11-10 at #14 Saint Louis L 2-3

^ Memphis Diadora Tournament ! Southwest Missouri State Tourn. % Charlotte Puma Classic $ Reebock South Florida Classic

2001 Record: 6-9-2 • C-USA: 3-6-1 H: 4-3-1 • A: 2-4-1 • N: 0-2-0 Coach: Richie Grant 9-1 9-2 9-7 9-9 9-21 9-23 9-29 9-30 10-6 10-9 10-14 10-17 10-20 10-28 11-4 11-7 11-10

at #1 Creighton% vs. Drake% Charlotte*^ Illinois-Chicago^ at TCU*+ vs. #1 SMU+ East Carolina* Vanderbilt at #4 Saint Louis* at Belmont at Marquette* at #8 UAB* Cincinnati* USF* at Louisville* Lipscomb DePaul*

T 2o 0-0 L 1-2 T 2o 1-1 L 0-4 L 2-4 L 0-7 W 3-2 W 4-1 L 2-3 W 5-1 L 1-2 W 3-2 L 0-1 L 2-5 L ot 3-4 W 10-0 W 4-1

% Creighton Diadora Challenge ^ Memphis Diadora Tournament + Texas Christian Tournament

2002 Record: 10-7-1 • C-USA: 3-7-1 H: 4-4-0 • A: 6-3-1 • N: 0-0-0 Coach: Richie Grant 8-30 9-6 9-7 9-11 9-14 9-20 9-22 9-28 9-29 10-5 10-11 10-13 10-19 10-23 10-30 11-2 11-6 11-9

TCU* San Francisco^ Northeastern ^ Lipscomb at Cincinnati* at USF* at Stetson at Western Kentucky at Vanderbilt at DePaul* at East Carolina* at UNC Wilmington Louisville* UAB* Marquette* #17 Saint Louis* Belmont at Charlotte*

W 2o 3-2 W 2o 2-1 W 2-1 W 7-0 L 2-4 L 2-4 T 3-3 W 4-0 W 4-0 L 1-2 W ot 2-1 W 3-2 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 1-2 L 1-2 W 7-1 W 2-1

^ Memphis Diadora Tournament

2003 UNC-Wilmington^ Centenary^ at Louisville* ! vs. UW Milwaukee! vs. Iona% at Evansville% East Carolina* Cincinnati* at Marquette* at UAB* DePaul* Lipscomb Drury Alabama A&M at Saint Louis* USF* at Belmont Charlotte*

2004 Record: 16-4-1 • C-USA: 8-1-0 H: 8-1-0 • A: 5-3-1 • N: 3-0-0 Coach: Richie Grant 9-3 Centenary^ W 1-0 9-4 Oral Roberts^ L 0-1 9-10 Western Kentucky W 2-1 9-17 vs. Eastern Illinois$ W 2o 3-2 9-19 at Vanderbilt$ L 2o 0-1 9-22 Evansville W 5-1 9-25 at Charlotte* W 3-1 9-29 at Cincinnati* W 2-0 10-2 Marquette* W 3-1 10-6 Louisville* W 1-0 10-9 at #10 USF* L 0-2 10-15 at DePaul* W 2-1 10-17 at UIC+ T 2o 1-1 10-23 #21 Saint Louis* W 2-0 10-27 #17 UAB* W 2-0 11-2 Belmont W 5-0 11-6 at East Carolina* W 4-0 11-8 at Lipscomb W 6-0 C-USA Tournament (Louisville) 11-13 vs. Saint Louis W 1-0 11-14 vs. #23 UAB W 3-2 NCAA Tournament 11-19 at #30 Ohio State L 0-1

^ Memphis Diadora Tournament $ Vanderbilt Puma Classic + Forfeit due to ineligible players

2005 Record: 8-8-2 • C-USA: 3-4-2 H: 5-2-1 • A: 2-5-1 • N: 1-1-0 Coach: Richie Grant 9-3 Centenary^ W 4-0 9-5 #23 Oral Roberts^ W 4-3 9-9 at Evansville W 5-0 9-13 Alabama A&M W 7-0 9-16 at #15 Creighton$ L 1-3 9-18 at Drake$ L 2-3 9-24 Vanderbilt L 3-4 9-30 at #17 Tulsa* T 2o 1-1 10-2 at SMU* L 1-2 10-7 South Carolina* T 2o 2-2 10-9 East Carolina* W 7-2 10-15 at UAB* L 1-2 10-21 at Kentucky* W ot 2-1 10-23 at Marshall* L 0-1 10-28 FIU* L 0-1 10-30 UCF* W 3-0 C-USA Tournament (Dallas) 11-9 vs. UAB W 2-1 11-11 vs. South Carolina L 1-2

^ Memphis Diadora Tournament $ Diadora Challenge

2006 Record: 10-8-0 • C-USA: 3-5-0 H: 6-3-0 • A: 4-4-0 • N: 0-1-0 Coach: Richie Grant

Record: 8-8-2 • C-USA: 1-6-2 H: 4-4-2 • A: 2-4-0 • N: 2-0-0 Coach: Richie Grant 9-5 9-6 9-12 9-14 9-19 9-21 9-26 10-1 10-4 10-8 10-11 10-14 10-18 10-25 10-29 11-1 11-4 11-8

^ Memphis Diadora Tournament ! Holiday Inn Downtown Classic % ProRehab Aces Classic

L W L W W L T L L W L W W W L L W T

2-3 2-1 2o 3-4 3-2 2-0 0-1 2o 2-2 0-2 2-3 1-0 0-2 2-1 2-1 2-1 ot 1-2 1-2 5-1 2o 1-1

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8-25 at Louisville W ot 4-3 8-27 at Belmont W ot 2-1 9-1 #5 Clemson^ L 0-2 9-3 CS Fullerton^ W 1-0 9-9 UMKC W 6-2 9-12 Central Arkansas W 2-0 9-15 at Air Force W 3-1 9-17 at Denver W 2-1 9-24 at #11 South Carolina* L 2o 1-2 9-30 Tulsa* W 3-0 10-4 at UCF* L 0-1 10-7 Creighton L 2-3 10-11 UAB* W 3-2 10-15 at FIU* L 0-2 10-21 #1 SMU* L 0-3 10-25 Marshall* W 3-0 10-28 at #14 Kentucky L 1-3 C-USA Tournament (Tulsa) 11-3 vs. #13 Kentucky L 1-3

2007

2010

Record: 10-5-4 • C-USA: 3-2-3 H: 7-1-2 • A: 1-3-1 • N: 2-1-1 Coach: Richie Grant

Record: 5-11-1 • C-USA: 1-6-1 H: 4-4-0 • A: 0-5-1 • N: 1-2-0 Coach: Richie Grant

8-31 9-2 9-7 9-9 9-14 9-21 9-23 9-29 10-5 10-7 10-13 10-17 10-20 10-24 10-27 10-31 10-2 11-10

Louisville^ W 1-0 Evansville^ W 2-1 at CS Fullerton$ L 0-2 vs CS Northridge$ T 2o 0-0 UCF T 2o 1-1 vs IPFW# W 4-0 vs Mercer# W 2-1 Centenary W 5-0 at #14 Tulsa* T 2o 3-3 #10 Creighton L 1-3 Kentucky* W 3-1 at Marshall* W 2-1 So. Carolina* T 2o 1-1 Central Arkansas W 3-0 #2 SMU* L 0-1 Alabama A&M W 1-0 at UAB* L 2o 0-1 FIU* W ot 1-0 C-USA Tournament (UAB) 11-14 South Carolina L ot 1-2

9-1 9-3 9-10 9-11 9-18 9-24 9-26 10-2 10-5 10-9 10-12 10-17 10-23 10-26 10-31 11-3 11-5

#21 Bradley^ L 0-4 Oral Roberts^ W 4-3 vs. New Hampshire$ L ot 0-1 at Vermont$ L ot 0-1 vs. Western Illinois# L 0-1 vs. UC Irvine# L 1-3 at UCF* L 0-1 Missouri State W 2-0 UAB* L 0-2 #15 SMU* W ot 2-1 at #3 Creighton L 0-1 at FIU* W 2-1 at South Carolina* W 2-0 SIU Edwardsville T 2o 0-0 #11 Tulsa* L 1-5 at Central Arkansas W 5-1 Marshall* L 1-2 at #23 Kentucky* T 2o 0-0 C-USA Tournament (SMU) 11-12 vs. UCF L 0-1

8-28 9-1 9-4 9-9 9-11 9-16 9-18 9-24 10-1 10-8 10-11 10 16 10-19 10-23 10-26 10-29 11-4

Lipscomb W 4-1 at Belmont W 3-2 Missouri State W 1-0 vs. UIC^ T 1-1 at Wisconsin^ W 2-1 at #18 Bradley$ W 1-0 vs. Evansville$ L 2ot 1-2 South Carolina* L 2-3 at Marshall* L 0-3 FIU* W 3-0 Nebraska-Omaha W 5-0 at Tulsa* W 3-0 at UAB* L 0-1 Kentucky* W 2-0 at Central Arkansas W 2-1 #9 UCF* W 3-2 at SMU L 1-2 C-USA Tournament (Tulsa) 11-9 UCF L ot 3-4

^ Memphis Diadora Tournament $ Smith Barney/Nike Soccer Classic # UAB Soccer for a Cure Classic

2009 Record: 7-7-2 • C-USA: 3-5-0 H: 5-2-1 • A: 0-4-1• N: 2-1-0 Coach: Richie Grant 9-4 9-6 9-11 9-13 9-18 9-20 9-26 10-4 10-10 10-14 10-17 10-21 10-24 10-28 11-1 11-7

at Bradley^ vs. Eastern Illinois^ vs. UMKC$ vs. #23 Drake$ Vermont# Central Arkansas# UCF* at SMU* Kentucky* at #25 UAB* FIU* at Marshall* SIU Edwardsville Alabama A&M at #15 Tulsa* South Carolina*

T 1-1 W 2-0 L 1-3 W 4-3 T 2o 0-0 W 2-0 W 3-2 L 0-2 L 1-2 L 0-1 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 2-0 L 1-3 L 0-2 W ot 1-0

^ Busey Bank Kickoff Festival $ UAB Soccer for a Cure Classic # Memphis Classic

^ Memphis Diadora Tournament

2012

$ UAB Soccer for a Cure Classic # SIU-Edwardsville Tournament

Record: 11-6-1 • C-USA: 4-4-0 H: 6-1-0 • A: 5-3-0 • N: 0-2-1 Coach: Richie Grant

2008 8-29 8-31 9-5 9-7 9-12 9-14 9-20 9-24 9-27 10-5 10-8 10-12 10-17 10-22 10-26 10-29 11-1 11-7

W 4-0 L 0-1 W 6-0 L 0-4 L 2o 1-2 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 1-2 W ot 2-1 L 0-3 L 0-2 T 2o 1-1 L 0-3 L 0-2 L 0-3 W 8-0 W 2-0

2011

^ Memphis Diadora Tournament $ Cal State Fullerton Tournament # Evansville Tournament

Record: 6-11-2 • C-USA: 3-4-1 H: 3-4-1 • A: 3-3-1 • N: 0-4 Coach: Richie Grant

Belmont Oral Roberts vs. North Florida$ vs. Charlotte$ Marshall* vs. UMKC# at SIU Edwardsville# #5 Tulsa* Central Arkansas at UCF* at FIU* at Kentucky* #6 SMU* at Missouri State at South Carolina* Alabama A&M UAB*

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^ Wisconsin Invitational $ Hotels at Grand Prairie Classic

2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Air Force (1-0) 9-15-2006 A

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Alabama A&M (10-6) 1982 A 11-5-1983 H 11-2-1984 A 10-11-1985 H 9-30-1987 A 8-31-1988 H 9-24-1989 A 10-14-1994 H 10-27-1996 H 10-22-1997 H 11-5-2000 H 10-25-2003 H 9-13-2005 H 10-31-2007 H 10-28-2009 H 11-3-2010 H

L 0-11 L 0-2 L 1-4 W 1-0 L ot 4-5 W 4-1 L 1-2 W 1-0 W 6-0 W 10-1 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 7-0 W 1-0 L 1-3 W 8-0

3-1

Alabama Huntsville (3-4-2) 1982 H L 2-4 9-11-1983 A L 1-4 9-14-1984 H L 1-2 10-16-1985 A L 0-3 10-1-1986 H W 3-0 10-21-1987 A W 5-1 9-24-1988 H T 1-1 9-23-1989 A W 2-1 11-3-1990 H T ot 1-1 Appalachian State (0-1-1) 9-4-1985 A L 0-1 10-18-1986 H T 0-0 L L W W W W W W W

Belmont (11-1) 11-2-1996 H 9-21-1997 A 10-7-1998 H 10-24-1999 A 9-1-2000 H 10-9-2001 A 11-6-2002 H 11-4-2003 A 11-2-2004 H 8-27-2006 A 9-1-2010 H 9-1-2011 A

W 6-0 L 1-2 W 1-0 W 3-0 W 4-0 W 5-1 W 7-1 W 5-1 W 5-0 W ot 2-1 W 4-0 W 3-2

1-4 0-2 3-2 3-2 1-0 4-2 3-1 2-1 2-1

Birmingham Southern (1-0) 9-2-2000 H W 3-1 Bowling Green (0-2-1) 10-7-1989 A L 1-3 8-31-1996 A T ot 1-1 9-6-1997 H #23 L 0-5 Bradley (1-2-2) 9-9-1989 A 10-6-1990 H 8-29-2008 H #21 9-4-2009 A 9-16-2011 A #18

T ot 1-1 L 0-2 L 0-4 T 1-1 W 1-0

Cal State Fullerton (1-1) 9-3-2006 H W 1-0 9-7-2007 A L 0-2 Cal State Northridge (0-0-1) 9-9-2007 N T 2o 0-0

W 4-0 L 0-1 W ot 4-2 L 2-4 W 4-2 W 2-1 W 1-0 W 4-0 W 5-0

Central Arkansas (6-1) 9-20-1998 H W 5-1 10-29-1999 H L 2-4 10-24-2007 H W 3-0 10-29-2008 A W 5-1 9-20-2009 H W 2-0 10-5-2010 H W ot 2-1 10-26-2011 A W 2-1 Charlotte (3-8-2) 9-3-1988 A 9-23-1990 N 9-10-1995 A 9-15-1996 H #12 10-12-1997 A 10-11-1998 H #23 9-12-1999 H 9-23-2000 A 9-7-2001 H 11-9-2002 A 11-8-2003 H 9-25-2004 A 9-11-2010 N

L 0-3 L 0-4 L 1-6 L 0-1 L 2-3 L 2-3 W 3-2 L 2o 3-4 T 2o 1-1 W 2-1 T 2o 1-1 W 3-1 L 0-4

Christian Brothers (13-2-1) 11-8-1985 H W 6-0 9-12-1986 H W 3-0 9-23-1987 H W 4-1 10-27-1988 H L 0-1 10-18-1989 H W 1-0 10-14-1990 H W 3-2 10-2-1991 H T ot 2-2 10-28-1992 H W 3-2 10-27-1993 H W 1-0 10-26-1994 H W 4-0 10-25-1995 H W 5-1 10-30-1996 H W 5-0 10-30-1997 H W 6-1 11-1-1998 A W 3-0 9-22-1999 H L 1-3 11-1-2000 A W 4-3 Cincinnati (10-12) 11-9-1984 N 11-16-1985 H 11-8-1986 N 11-5-1988 N 11-4-1989 H 9-29-1990 N 9-28-1991 A 11-8-1991 N 10-11-1992 H 10-10-1993 A 10-2-1994 H 10-1-1995 A 9-29-1996 H 10-3-1997 A 10-2-1998 H 10-9-1999 H 9-17-2000 A 11-9-2000 N 10-20-2001 H 9-14-2002 A 10-1-2003 H 9-29-2004 A

W 6-1 L 1-3 W 2-0 L 0-3 L 0-1 L ot 3-4 W 2-1 L 0-2 W 2-0 L 0-3 W 8-0 L 0-2 W 3-0 L ot 2-3 L 0-3 W 1-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 0-1 L 2-4 L 0-2 W 2-0

Clemson (0-1) 9-1-2006 H #5 L 0-2 Coastal Carolina (1-0) 10-3-1993 A W

2-1

Covenant (1-0) 1982 H

W

Creighton (0-4-1) 9-1-2001 A #1 9-16-2005 A #15 10-7-2006 H 10-7-2007 H #10 10-8-2008 A #3

T 2o 0-0 L 1-3 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 0-1

Davidson (1-0) 9-4-1988 N

W

4-3

5-3

Dayton (1-1) 10-8-1993 A L 0-3 9-30-1994 H W 3-1 Denver (1-0) 9-17-2006 A

W

DePaul (12-4-1) 9-15-1990 A 10-5-1991 N 9-26-1992 A 9-24-1993 H 9-16-1994 A 11-11-1994 N 9-17-1995 H 10-6-1996 A 10-24-1997 H 11-4-1997 H 9-25-1998 A 10-17-1999 H 10-13-2000 A 11-10-2001 H 10-5-2002 A 10-11-2003 H 10-15-2004 A

W 2-1 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 3-1 L 1-2 W 2-0 T ot 0-0 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 3-1 W 3-2 L ot 3-4 W 3-1 W 4-1 L 1-2 L 0-2 W 2-1

2-1

Drake (1-2) 9-2-2001 N L 1-2 9-18-2005 A L 2-3 9-13-2009 N #23 W 4-3 Drury (2-1) 10-19-1997 10-18-1998 10-18-2003

H A H

W 5-1 L ot 0-1 W 2-1

Duke (0-1) 10-29-1994 A L 0-4 Earlham College (1-0) 9-1-1985 H W

4-0

East Carolina (4-0-1) 9-29-2001 H 10-11-2002 A 9-26-2003 H 11-6-2004 A 10-9-2005 H

W 3-2 W ot 2-1 T 2o 2-2 W 4-0 W 7-2

Eastern Illinois (2-0) 9-17-2004 N 9-6-2009 N

W 2o 3-2 W 2-0

Eastern Michigan (1-0) 9-15-1991 H W Evansville (3-6-1) 11-1-1987 A 10-22-1989 H 10-5-1990 A 10-29-1995 A 10-11-1996 H #25 9-21-2003 A 9-22-2004 H 9-9-2005 A 9-2-2007 H 9-18-2011 N

3-1

L 0-1 L 0-4 L 0-2 T ot 1-1 L 0-1 L 0-1 W 5-1 W 5-0 W 2-1 L 2ot 1-2

FIU (4-3) 10-28-2005 H L 0-1

University of Memphis

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10-15-2006 A 11-10-2007 H 10-12-2008 A 10-17-2009 H 10-12-2010 A 10-8-2011 H

L 0-2 W ot 1-0 W 2-1 W 1-0 L 0-2 W 3-0

Florida Atlantic (0-0-1) 10-2-1993 N T ot 1-1 Florida Tech (0-1) 9-1-1990 H L 0-5 Fordham (1-0) 9-18-1999 N

W

3-2

Georgia State (1-6-1) 1982 A 10-8-1983 H 10-7-1984 A 10-18-1985 H 10-11-1986 A 10-16-1987 H 10-23-1988 A 9-13-1989 H

L L L L L L T W

1-5 0-3 0-1 0-2 1-4 1-3 2-2 5-0

Hartwick (1-0) 9-17-1999 A

W

1-0

Illinois State (1-1-1) 10-4-1986 A T ot 2-2 10-3-1987 H W 1-0 9-10-1989 A L 1-5 Indiana (0-2) 9-16-1987 A L 1-3 11-15-1993 A L 0-6 Iona (1-0) 9-19-2003

N

W

2-0

IPFW (1-0) 9-21-2007

N

W

4-0

John Brown (2-1) 9-8-1984 H W 5-0 11-2-1985 A L 0-1 11-11-1986 H W 2-0 Kentucky (4-4-2) 9-14-1991 H 10-23-1992 A 10-21-2005 A 10-28-2006 A #14 11-3-2006 N #13 10-13-2007 H 11-7-2008 A #23 10-10-2009 H 10-17-2010 A 10-23-2011 H

W 1-0 L 1-2 W ot 2-1 L 1-3 L 1-3 W 3-1 T 2o 0-0 L 1-2 T 2o 1-1 W 2-0

Liberty (0-2) 10-30-1989 H L 0-1 10-20-1990 A L 1-2 Lindenwood (0-0-2) 9-25-1983 H T 1-1 9-23-1984 A T 3-3

11-17-1985 H 11-7-1987 N 11-6-1988 A 11-5-1989 H 9-30-1990 N 9-29-1991 N 9-4-1993 H 9-24-1995 H 10-18-1996 A 10-5-1997 A 10-4-1998 H 10-22-1999 A 10-7-2000 H 11-4-2001 A 10-19-2002 H 9-12-2003 A 10-6-2004 H 8-25-2006 A 8-31-2007 H

W 2-0 T 1-1 L 0-2 W 4-1 W 4-1 T ot 2-2 W 4-0 W 3-1 W 6-1 W 3-1 W 2-1 L 0-1 W 1-0 L ot 3-4 L 1-3 L 2o 3-4 W 1-0 W ot 4-3 W 1-0

Lynn (0-1) 9-1-1991

L ot 1-3

H

Marquette (6-10-1) 9-17-1988 N 9-22-1991 H 9-27-1992 A 9-26-1993 H 11-6-1993 H 9-18-1994 A 9-20-1995 A 10-4-1996 H 10-26-1997 H #17 9-27-1998 A 11-13-1998 N 10-1-1999 A 10-21-2000 H 10-14-2001 A 10-30-2002 H 10-4-2003 A 10-2-2004 H

L 0-3 W 1-0 W 1-0 T ot 1-1 W 2-1 L 0-1 L 1-4 L 0-2 L ot 3-4 L 0-1 W 3-0 L 0-1 W 1-0 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 2-3 W 3-1

Marshall (2-5) 10-23-2005 A 10-25-2006 H 10-17-2007 A 11-1-2008 H 10-21-2009 A 9-18-2010 H 10-1-2011 A

L 0-1 W 3-0 W 2-1 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 2o 1-2 L 0-3

Mercer (2-0) 10-24-1988 A 9-23-2007 N

W W

5-0 2-1

Miami, Ohio (1-0) 10-8-1989 N

W

4-2

Millsaps (1-1) 1982 H W 3-0 10-30-1983 A L 0-3 Mississippi (1-1) 1982 H L 0-1 11-20-1983 H W 4-0 Missouri-Saint Louis (0-5) 9-21-1984 A L 9-21-1985 H L 9-21-1986 A L 9-19-1987 H L 9-9-1988 A L

0-5 2-4 1-2 1-3 2-3

Louisiana-Monroe (0-1-1) 9-7-1984 A L 1-6 9-13-1985 H T 1-1

Missouri S&T (3-2) 10-25-1984 H 9-28-1985 A 10-5-1986 N 10-30-1986 H 10-13-1989 H

2-3 4-1 2-1 2-1 1-2

Louisville (12-6-2) 10-2-1983 N L 0-3

Missouri State (5-4-1) 10-18-1987 H W

Lipscomb (6-0) 10-24-2000 H 11-7-2001 H 9-11-2002 H 10-14-2003 H 11-8-2004 A 8-28-2011 H

W W W W W W

10-0 10-0 7-0 2-1 6-0 4-1

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Belhaven (7-2) 1982 H 10-29-1983 A 10-27-1984 H 10-26-1985 A 9-6-1986 H 10-9-1987 A 10-1-1988 H 10-27-1989 A 10-10-1990 H

Centenary (7-2) 11-1-1992 H 10-30-1993 A 9-28-1994 H 10-20-1995 A 9-4-1999 H 9-6-2003 H 9-3-2004 H 9-3-2005 H 9-29-2007 H

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts All-Time Series 10-27-1991 A 10-16-1992 H 9-7-1996 H 8-31-1997 A 9-5-1998 N #23 9-5-1999 H 9-24-2008 H 10-26-2010 A 9-4-2011 H

L 2-4 W 3-0 W 2-0 T ot 1-1 L 0-1 L 0-3 W 2-0 L 0-2 W 1-0

Nebraska-Omaha (1-0) 10-11-2011 H W

5-0

New Hampshire (0-1) 9-5-2008 N

L ot 0-1

New Mexico (2-3) 9-21-1990 N 10-6-1991 A 9-23-1994 N 11-4-1995 H 9-10-2000 N

L L L W W

1-2 0-1 0-2 5-2 6-2

Nicholls State (1-0) 9-8-1990 H

W

6-0

North Florida (1-0) 9-10-2010 N

W

6-0

North Texas (1-0) 9-13-1987 A

W

3-2

Northeastern (1-0) 9-7-2002 H

W

2-1

Northeastern Illinois (1-0) 9-25-1994 N W ot 5-1 Ohio State (0-1) 11-19-2004 A #30 L

0-1

Oral Roberts (6-2) 10-11-1989 H 10-22-1993 H 10-16-1994 H 10-31-1999 H 9-4-2004 H 9-5-2005 H #23 8-31-2008 H 9-3-2010 H

3-1 2-0 4-0 3-0 0-1 4-3 4-3 0-1

W W W W L W W L

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Portland (1-1) 9-3-1995 A #19 L 9-7-1997 H #8 W

0-7 3-1

Quincy College (1-1) 10-25-1992 H W 2-1 9-19-1993 A L 0-2 Radford (0-1) 10-21-1990 A L 0-2 Rhodes (13-1-1) 1982 H 1982 A 9-14-1983 H 11-12-1983 A 9-12-1984 H 11-17-1984 H 9-11-1985 H 11-13-1985 H 9-10-1986 H 11-11-1986 A 9-9-1987 H 9-28-1988 H 10-25-1989 H 9-2-1990 H 8-31-1991 H

W T W W W L W W W W W W W W W

4-0 2-2 6-0 2-1 3-2 2-3 2-0 2-0 2-1 5-1 7-1 9-0 6-0 6-1 3-1

Saint Louis (5-15-1) 10-23-1991 A L 2-6 10-10-1992 H T 1-1 11-8-1992 A L 1-4

9-17-1993 A 11-7-1993 H 10-7-1994 H 10-6-1995 A #7 11-8-1995 N 10-13-1996 H 11-12-1996 A 9-26-1997 H #22 10-16-1998 A #8 11-7-1998 A #9 9-25-1999 A 10-28-2000 H #20 11-10-2000 A #14 10-6-2001 A #4 11-2-2002 H #17 10-29-2003 A 10-23-2004 H #21 11-13-2004 N San Francisco (1-0) 9-6-2002 H

L 0-4 W 1-0 L 2-3 L 0-4 L 0-1 L 0-1 W 1-0 L ot 1-2 L 0-2 W ot 1-0 L 0-4 L ot 0-1 L 2-3 L 2-3 L 1-2 L ot 1-2 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 2ot 2-1

SIU Edwardsville (4-4-1) 9-19-1986 A L 0-5 9-4-1987 H W 1-0 9-20-1989 A L 1-3 9-9-1990 H W 1-0 10-13-1991 A L 1-2 10-15-1993 H W 3-1 10-22-2008 H T 2ot 0-0 10-24-2009 H W 2-0 9-26-2010 A L 1-2 SMU (1-8) 1982 A 9-23-2001 N #1 10-2-2005 A 10-21-2006 H #1 10-27-2007 H #2 10-5-2008 H #15 10-4-2009 A 10-23-2010 H #6 11-4-2011 A

L 0-9 L 0-7 L 1-2 L 0-3 L 0-1 W ot 2-1 L 0-2 L 0-3 L 1-2

South Alabama (5-7-1) 1982 H 10-21-1983 A 10-12-1984 H 10-27-1985 A 9-3-1986 H 10-10-1987 A 10-29-1988 H 10-20-1989 A 9-18-1991 H 10-18-1992 A 10-17-1993 H 9-7-1994 A 9-6-1995 H

W W L W W L L L L T L L W

South Carolina (2-5-2) 10-7-2005 H 11-11-2005 N 9-24-2006 A #11 10-20-2007 H 11-14-2007 H 10-17-2008 A 11-7-2009 H 10-31-2010 A 9-24-2011 H

T 2o 2-2 L 1-2 L 2o 2-1 T 2o 1-1 L ot 1-2 W 2-0 W ot 1-0 L 0-3 L 2-3

3-2 1-0 2-3 2-1 3-0 0-3 1-3 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-3 2-4 1-0

Southeast Missouri (4-1-1) 1982 A W 1982 H L 11-1-1983 A W 10-14-1984 H W 9-29-1985 A T 10-26-1990 H W

3-2 0-2 1-0 2-1 3-3 5-1

Southern Indiana (3-0) 9-7-1992 H W 9-12-1993 A W 10-21-1994 H W

3-0 3-2 3-0

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Southern Miss (1-0) 11-11-1988 H

W

3-0

Stetson (1-0-1) 10-1-2000 N W 5-2 9-22-2002 A T 3-3 TCU (1-2-1) 1982 A 9-3-1983 H 9-21-2001 A 8-30-2002 H

L 1-3 T 2-2 L 2-4 W 2o 3-2

Tennessee (2-1-1) 1982 A 10-15-1983 H 10-21-1984 A 10-20-1985 H

L W T W

2-3 2-1 1-1 4-1

Tennessee Martin (3-0) 1982 H W 10-9-1983 H W 1984 H W

3-1 5-1 7-2

Tennessee Tech (3-0) 1982 H 9-17-1983 A 11-5-1984 H

3-1 3-0 4-1

W W W

Truman State (0-1) 1982 A L 0-1 Tulsa (4-3-2) 9-8-1996 8-30-1997 9-30-2005 9-30-2006 10-5-2007 10-26-2008 11-1-2009 10-2-2010 10-16-2011

A N A #17 H A #14 H #11 A #1 H #5 A

W 3-0 W ot 3-2 T 2ot 1-1 W 3-0 T 2ot 3-3 L 1-5 L 0-2 L 1-2 W 3-0

UAB (17-16) 1982 A 9-24-1983 H 10-5-1984 A 10-4-1985 H 10-12-1986 A 9-25-1987 A 10-19-1988 A 9-21-1991 H 10-4-1992 A 11-7-1992 N 10-24-1993 H 11-5-1993 H 10-23-1994 A 11-12-1994 A 10-15-1995 H 10-20-1996 A 10-10-1997 A 10-9-1998 H 10-14-1999 A 10-18-2000 H #18 10-17-2001 A #8 10-23-2002 H 10-8-2003 A 10-27-2004 H #17 11-14-2004 N #23 10-15-2005 A 11-9-2005 N 10-11-2006 H 10-2-2007 A 9-27-2008 H 10-14-2009 A #25 11-5-2010 H 10-19-2011 A

L 2-3 W 2-1 W 3-2 W 4-0 W 2-1 W 3-2 W 6-0 W 2-1 W 4-1 W 4-0 L 1-3 W 2-1 L 2-3 L 1-2 L 0-1 L 1-3 L 1-2 L 0-2 L 1-5 L 2o 1-2 W 3-2 L 1-3 W 1-0 W 2-0 W 3-2 L 1-2 W 2-1 W 3-2 L 2ot 0-1 L 0-2 L 0-1 W 2-0 L 0-1

UALR (5-2-1) 10-14-1987 H 9-6-1989 H 10-31-1990 A 10-9-1991 H

L ot 1-2 W ot 2-1 W 3-0 L 1-2

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A H A H

W 2-0 W 1-0 T ot 3-3 W 5-1

UC Irvine (0-1) 9-14-2008 N L 1-3 UC Santa Barbara (1-0) 9-13-1998 N W

2-1

UCF (5-5-1) 9-20-1992 A 9-24-2000 N 10-30-2005 H 10-4-2006 A 9-14-2007 H 9-20-2008 A 11-12-2008 N 9-26-2009 H 10-9-2010 A 10-29-2011 H #9 11-9-2011 N

W 2-0 W 7-1 W 3-0 L 0-1 T 2ot 1-1 L 0-1 L 0-1 W 3-2 L 0-3 W 3-2 L ot 4-3

UIC (1-1-2) 9-3-1994 9-9-2001 10-17-2004 9-9-2011

W 4-1 L 0-4 T 2ot 1-1 T 2ot 1-1

H H A N

UMKC (1-2) 9-9-2006 H W 6-2 9-11-2009 N L 1-3 9-24-2010 N L 1-2 UNC-Wilmington (1-1) 10-13-2002 A W 3-2 9-5-2003 H L 2-3 UNLV (1-0) 9-11-1998

A

W

2-1

USF (1-12-2) 10-19-1984 H 9-18-1992 A 10-13-1995 H 9-22-1996 A 11-15-1996 A 9-19-1997 H 11-8-1997 A 9-18-1998 A 11-15-1998 A 11-5-1999 H 9-29-2000 A 10-28-2001 H 9-20-2002 A 11-1-2003 H 10-9-2004 A #10

L 0-2 L 0-4 L 0-4 L 1-6 L 0-3 T ot 2-2 L 2-4 T 2o 3-3 L 2-4 L 0-1 W ot 3-2 L 2-5 L 2-4 L 1-2 L 0-2

Vanderbilt (11-7-2) 1982 H 9-16-1983 A 8-31-1984 H 9-18-1985 A 9-17-1986 H 10-28-1987 A 10-14-1988 H 10-4-1989 A 10-12-1990 H 11-2-1991 A 9-6-1992 H 10-20-1993 A 10-9-1994 H 10-27-1995 A 9-20-1996 H 9-14-1997 A 9-30-2001 H 9-29-2002 A 9-19-2004 A 9-24-2005 H

T 0-0 L 1-2 W 5-1 L 0-3 W 1-0 L 2-4 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 1-3 W 1-0 L 1-5 T 3-3 W 5-2 W ot 3-2 W 3-2 W 4-1 W 4-0 L 2o 0-1 L 3-4

Vermont (0-1-1) 9-7-2008 A 9-18-2009 H

L ot 0-1 T 2o 0-0

Virginia Tech (1-0-3) 10-1-1983 N 11-10-1984 N 11-9-1986 A 11-8-1987 N

T T W T

0-0 1-1 3-1 2-2

Wake Forest (2-1) 9-9-1983 A L 0-6 9-29-1984 H W 2-1 9-6-1985 A #9 W 2-1 Washington (0-1) 9-4-1995 N L 1-8 West Virginia (1-0) 9-5-1993 H

W

2-0

Western Illinois (0-3) 9-6-1998 A L ot 1-2 9-8-2000 N L 0-3 9-12-2008 N L 0-1 Western Kentucky (7-5-1) 9-28-1986 A L 0-1 10-30-1987 H L 0-2 9-16-1988 A T 2-2 9-28-1989 H L ot 0-1 10-7-1992 H W 1-0 9-10-1993 A W 4-2 10-25-1996 H W 2-0 9-12-1997 A W 5-2 10-25-1998 H W 5-1 10-7-1999 A L 0-2 9-13-2000 H L 0-1 9-28-2002 A W 4-0 9-10-2004 H W 2-1 Western Michigan (1-0) 9-4-1994 H W

3-0

Wisconsin (1-0) 9-11-2011 A

2-1

W

Wisconsin-Milwaukee (1-1) 10-3-1999 A L 1-2 9-14-2003 N W 3-2 Wisconsin-Parkside (0-1) 9-16-1990 A L 0-4 Xavier (1-0) 9-27-1986

N

W

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts AMERICA EAST 0-1-2 New Hampshire...................0-1 Vermont...........................0-1-1 AMERICAN SOUTHWEST 5-0 Centenary............................5-0 ATLANTIC COAST 0-1 Clemson...............................0-1 ATLANTIC SUN 18-0-1 Belmont...............................9-0 Lipscomb.............................6-0 Mercer.................................1-0 North Florida.......................1-0 Stetson.............................1-0-1 ATLANTIC 10 6-8-2 Charlotte...........................3-2-2 Fordham..............................1-0 Saint Louis...........................2-6 BIG EAST 14-18 Louisville..............................4-4 Cincinnati.............................4-3 DePaul.................................3-3 Marquette...........................2-4 USF......................................1-4 BIG TEN 1-1 Ohio State............................0-1 Wisconsin............................1-0

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MPSF 3-1-1 Air Force..............................1-0 CS Northridge...................0-0-1 Denver.................................1-0 New Mexico.........................1-0 UC Irvine..............................0-1 MISSOURI VALLEY 14-13-3 Bradley.............................1-1-1 Central Arkansas..................6-1 Creighton..........................0-4-1 Drake...................................1-2 Evansville.............................3-2 Missouri State......................2-2 SIU-Edwardsville...............1-1-1 SOUTHERN COLLEGIATE 1-0 Birmingham Southern.........1-0 SOUTHWESTERN ATHLETIC (SWAC) 5-1 Alabama A&M.....................5-1 SUMMIT LEAGUE 7-6 Eastern Illinois.....................2-0 IPFW....................................1-0 Oral Roberts........................3-2 UMKC...................................1-2 Western Illinois....................0-2 WEST COAST 1-0 San Francisco.......................1-0

BIG WEST 1-1 CS Fullerton.........................1-1

INDEPENDENT 1-0 Nebraska-Omaha.................1-0

COLONIAL ATHLETIC 2-1 Northeastern.......................1-0 UNC Wilmington..................1-1

FORMER DIV-I PROGRAMS (NOW CLUB TEAMS) 5-5 TCU......................................1-1 Vanderbilt............................2-2 Western Kentucky...............2-2

EASTERN COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC 1-0 Hartwick..............................1-0 GREAT LAKES VALLEY 1-0 Drury...................................1-0 GULF SOUTH 1-1 Christian Brothers................1-1 HORIZON LEAGUE 1-2-3 UIC....................................0-1-2 UW-Milwaukee....................1-1 METRO ATLANTIC ATHLETIC 1-0 Iona.....................................1-0

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1995 #UAB &Saint Louis USF Charlotte Marquette Cincinnati Memphis DePaul Louisville

7-0-1 15-4-1 6-1-1 15-6-1 5-3-0 8-6-0 5-3-0 11-8-3 5-3-0 9-8-4 4-4-0 6-14-1 1-6-1 6-10-2 1-6-1 7-10-1 0-8-0 3-16-1

1996 #Charlotte #& USF Saint Louis UAB Marquette Memphis DePaul Louisville Cincinnati

7-1-0 19-5-0 7-1-0 17-4-0 5-2-1 5-10-3 5-3-0 13-6-1 4-3-1 12-9-1 3-5-0 11-7-1 2-6-0 8-10-1 1-7-0 6-11-2 0-6-2 7-12-3

1997 #USF #Marquette &Saint Louis UAB Charlotte Louisville Cincinnati Memphis DePaul

5-1-2 14-7-2 6-2-0 12-6-3 5-2-1 16-5-4 4-3-1 10-8-1 4-4-0 12-7-2 3-4-1 7-12-1 2-4-2 7-8-3 2-5-1 10-8-2 1-7-0 6-11-0

1998 #&USF #Saint Louis UAB Charlotte Cincinnati Marquette Memphis Louisville DePaul

6-1-1 12-8-2 6-1-1 14-5-1 5-3-0 12-6-0 5-3-0 11-6-2 4-3-1 11-5-3 3-5-0 9-11-1 2-5-1 10-9-1 2-6-0 9-11-0 1-7-0 5-13-0

1999 #&UAB #Saint Louis Marquette Louisville USF Cincinnati DePaul Memphis Charlotte

7-1-0 17-8-0 7-1-0 17-4-2 5-3-0 10-9-0 4-4-0 9-8-2 4-4-0 10-8-0 3-5-0 11-8-1 3-5-0 7-8-0 2-6-0 7-11-0 1-7-0 5-12-0

2000 #&Saint Louis UAB Charlotte Memphis Cincinnati Louisville USF Marquette DePaul

6-1-1 13-3-3 5-1-2 14-5-2 5-2-1 8-9-2 5-3-0 14-6-0 3-2-3 7-9-3 3-4-1 12-9-1 3-5-0 10-9-0 2-6-0 10-7-2 0-8-0 1-16-0

2001 #&Saint Louis UAB USF Charlotte Cincinnati Marquette Louisville Memphis East Carolina TCU DePaul

University of Memphis

9-1-0 18-2-0 7-3-0 15-6-0 7-3-0 15-7-0 5-4-1 9-9-3 5-4-1 7-8-4 5-5-0 12-8-1 3-6-1 7-11-1 3-6-1 6-9-2 3-7-0 7-11-0 3-7-0 6-11-1 2-6-2 3-13-2

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#Marquette #&Saint Louis Louisville USF Cincinnati UAB Charlotte DePaul Memphis East Carolina TCU

7-2-1 10-8-1 7-2-1 15-4-2 6-3-1 9-11-2 6-4-0 11-7-0 5-4-1 11-8-2 4-4-2 9-7-3 4-5-1 9-7-2 4-6-0 8-9-2 3-7-0 10-7-1 2-6-2 6-10-2 2-7-1 3-14-1

2003 #Cincinnati #&Saint Louis Louisville Charlotte USF UAB Marquette DePaul Memphis East Carolina

6-2-1 10-4-6 6-2-1 15-4-3 5-2-2 11-7-3 4-3-2 7-9-4 4-3-2 7-8-3 4-3-2 10-5-5 4-4-1 9-9-1 4-5-0 8-11-0 1-6-2 8-8-2 0-8-1 4-10-2

2004 #&Memphis UAB Cincinnati USF Saint Louis Charlotte Louisville Marquette East Carolina DePaul

8-1-0 16-4-1 7-2-0 12-7-0 5-3-1 7-10-2 5-3-1 10-5-2 5-3-1 9-8-1 5-4-0 11-7-1 2-6-1 5-10-4 2-6-1 6-11-1 2-7-0 6-12-0 1-7-1 3-14-3

2009 #&Tulsa Marshall UAB Kentucky Memphis South Carolina SMU UCF FIU

6-1-1 15-5-2 6-2-0 10-7-2 5-2-1 12-4-2 5-3-0 13-6-0 3-5-0 7-7-2 2-4-2 7-8-3 2-4-2 6-8-2 2-5-1 6-7-3 1-6-1 6-10-1

2010 #SMU UCF Kentucky &South Carolina UAB Tulsa Marshall Memphis FIU

7-1-0 16-2-2 4-1-3 12-5-3 4-2-2 7-8-4 4-3-1 13-7-2 4-4-0 10-7-1 3-3-2 12-7-2 3-4-1 9-5-4 1-6-1 5-11-1 1-7-0 7-10-0

2011 #South Carolina UAB UCF &SMU Marshall Memphis Kentucky FIU Tulsa

6-1-1 9-7-3 6-1-1 13-5-3 4-3-1 12-6-3 4-3-1 13-7-1 4-3-1 8-8-1 4-4-0 11-6-1 2-5-1 9-9-2 1-5-2 5-8-4 1-7-0 5-12-0

# Denotes Regular Season Champion & Denotes Tournament Champion

2005 #SMU &South Carolina UAB FIU Marshall Memphis Kentucky Tulsa UCF East Carolina

8-1-0 14-6-3 7-1-1 12-7-2 5-3-1 10-7-1 4-3-2 8-7-2 4-3-2 8-9-2 3-4-2 8-8-2 3-4-2 6-7-6 2-4-3 7-7-7 2-6-1 7-8-1 0-9-0 0-15-1

2006 #&SMU Kentucky Tulsa South Carolina UAB UCF Memphis FIU FIU Marshall

5-1-2 17-2-4 5-2-1 14-5-2 5-3-0 9-10-0 4-3-1 11-5-1 4-3-1 10-6-4 3-3-2 6-9-2 3-5-0 10-8-0 3-5-0 10-8-0 2-6-0 6-10-2 1-6-1 4-10-2

2007 #&Tulsa SMU Kentucky South Carolina Memphis Marshall FIU UAB UCF

6-0-2 15-3-2 6-1-1 14-5-2 5-3-0 7-10-2 4-2-2 11-6-2 3-2-3 10-5-4 3-5-0 10-9-1 2-6-0 5-14-2 2-6-0 7-11-1 0-6-2 4-12-2

2008 #&Tulsa Kentucky Memphis SMU South Carolina UCF Marshall UAB FIU

7-0-1 16-4-3 6-1-1 12-4-5 3-4-1 6-11-2 3-4-1 10-6-2 2-2-4 8-6-5 3-4-1 7-11-1 3-5-0 3-14-1 2-5-1 6-10-3 2-6-0 4-11-2

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CONFERENCE USA 30-38-8 East Carolina.....................4-0-1 FIU.......................................4-3 Kentucky...........................3-3-2 Marshall...............................2-5 SMU.....................................1-7 South Carolina..................2-5-2 Tulsa.................................2-3-2 UAB......................................8-6 UCF...................................4-6-1

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts A l l - T i m e C o n f e r e n c e USA T o u r n a m e n t R e s u l t s 1995

1999

2004

2008

Valley Fields Milwaukee, Wis.

West Campus Field Birmingham, Ala.

Cardinal Park Stadium Louisville, Ky.

Westcott Field Dallas, Texas

First Round #9 Louisville 3, #8 DePaul 0 Quarterfinals #3 USF 3, #6 Cincinnati 0 #2 Saint Louis 1, #7 Memphis 0 #1 UAB 2, #9 Louisville 0 #4 Charlotte 2, #5 Marquette 1 Semifinals #2 Saint Louis 3, #3 USF 2 #4 Charlotte 2, #1 UAB 0 Championship #2 Saint Louis 2, #4 Charlotte 0

1996 USF Soccer Stadium Tampa, Fla. Play-In Game (host in Italics) #9 Cincinnati 1, #8 Louisville 0 (OT) Quarterfinals (host in Italics) #5 Marquette 2, #4 UAB 0 #2 USF 2, #7 DePaul 0 #6 Memphis 1, #3 Saint Louis 0 #9 Cincinnati 1, #1 Charlotte 0 (OT) Semifinals #2 USF 3, #6 Memphis 0 #5 Marquette 2, #9 Cincinnati 1 Championship #2 USF 2, #5 Marquette 1

1997 USF Soccer Stadium Tampa, Fla. Play-In Game (host in Italics) #8 Memphis 3, #9 DePaul 1

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Quarterfinals (host in Italics) #3 Saint Louis 1, #6 Louisville 0 #1 USF 4, #8 Memphis 2 #2 Marquette 2, #7 Cincinnati 1 (4 OT) #5 Charlotte 2, #4 UAB 0 Semifinals #1 USF 2, #5 Charlotte 0 #3 Saint Louis 2, #2 Marquette 0 Championship #3 Saint Louis 3, #1 USF 1 (OT)

1998 USF Soccer Stadium Tampa, Fla. Play-In Game (host in Italics) #8 Louisville 1, #9 DePaul 0 Quarterfinals (host in Italics) #1 USF 2, #8 Louisville 1 #7 Memphis 1, #2 Saint Louis 0 (OT) #4 Charlotte 1, #5 Cincinnati 1 (Charlotte advances on PK, 4-3) #6 Marquette 3, #3 UAB 1 (2ot) Semifinals #7 Memphis 3, #6 Marquette 0 #1 USF 1, #4 Charlotte 0 Championship #1 USF 4, #7 Memphis 2

First Round #6 Cincinnati 2, #3 Marquette 1 #5 USF 2, #4 Louisville 0

First Round #5 Saint Louis 2, #4 USF 0 #6 Charlotte 2, #3 Cincinnati 0

Semifinals #2 Saint Louis 3, #6 Cincinnati 2 (4 OT) #1 UAB 4, #5 USF 0

Semifinals #1 Memphis 1, #5 Saint Louis 0 #2 UAB 1, #6 Charlotte 0 (2OT)

Championship #1 UAB 4, #2 Saint Louis 0

Championship #1 Memphis 3, #2 UAB 2

2000

2005

Robert R. Hermann Stadium St. Louis, Mo.

Westcott Field Dallas, Texas

First Round #6 Louisville 2, #3 Charlotte 1 (OT) #4 Memphis 2, #5 Cincinnati 1 Semifinals #2 UAB 2, #6 Louisville 0 #1 Saint Louis 3, #4 Memphis 2 Championship #1 Saint Louis 2, #2 UAB 1

2001 USF Soccer Stadium Tampa, Fla. First Round #4 Charlotte 2, #5 Cincinnati 2 (Charlotte advances on PK, 11-10) #6 Marquette 2, #3 USF 1 Semifinals #1 Saint Louis 4, #4 Charlotte 1 #6 Marquette 4, #2 UAB 1 Championship #1 Saint Louis 2, #6 Marquette 0

2002 Robert R. Hermann Stadium St. Louis, Mo. First Round #5 Cincinnati 3, #4 USF 2 #3 Louisville 1, #6 UAB 0 Semifinals #5 Cincinnati 1, #1 Marquette 1 (Cincinnati advances on PK, 3-1) #2 Saint Louis 3, #3 Louisville 1 Championship #2 Saint Louis 3, #5 Cincinnati 2

2003 Mike Rose Stadium Memphis, Tenn. First Round #4 Charlotte 2, #5 USF 1 #6 UAB 2, #3 Louisville 1 (OT)

Quarterfinals #2 Kentucky 4, #7 Marshall 2 #6 UCF 1, #3 Memphis 0 #1 Tulsa 4, #8 UAB 2 #5 South Carolina 3, #4 SMU 0 Semifinals #2 Kentucky1, #6 UCF 0 #1 Tulsa 2. #5 South Carolina 0 Championship #2 Kentucky 1, #1 Tulsa 1 (Tulsa wins 4-2 on pks)

Quarterfinals #6 Memphis 2, #3 UAB 1 #2 South Carolina 0, #7 Kentucky 0 (USC advances on PK, 3-0) #5 Marshall 2, #4 FIU 0 #8 Tulsa 2, #1 SMU 2 (Tulsa advances on PK, 54) Semifinals #2 South Carolina 2, #6 Memphis 1 #8 Tulsa 3, #5 Marshall 0 Championship #2 South Carolina 1, #8 Tulsa 0

2009 Hurricane Soccer Stadium Tulsa, Okla. Semifinals #3 UAB 0, #2 Marshall 0 (UAB advances on PK, 4-3) #1 Tulsa 2, #4 Kentucky 1 Championship #1 Tulsa 3, #2 Marshall 0

2010 Mike Rose Complex Memphis, Tenn.

2006 Hurricane Soccer Stadium Tulsa, Okla. Quarterfinals #1 SMU 6, #8 FIU 0 #5 UAB 3, #4 South Carolina 2 #2 Kentucky 3, #7 Memphis 1 #3 Tulsa 5, #6 UCF 0

First Round #4 South Carolina 2, #5 UAB 1 #6 Tulsa 5, #3 Kentucky 0 Semifinals #4 South Carolina 2, #1 SMU 1 #6 Tulsa 2, #2 UCF 1

Semifinals #1 SMU 1, #5 UAB 1 (SMU advances on PK, 3-1) #2 Kentucky 3, #3 Tulsa 0

Championship #4 South Carolina 1, #6 Tulsa 0 (2OT)

2011 Hurricane Soccer Stadium Tulsa, Okla.

Championship #1 SMU 2, #2 Kentucky 0

First Round #5 SMU 4, #4 Marshall 3 #3 UCF 4, #6 Memphis 3 (OT)

2007 West Campus Field Birmingham, Ala. Quarterfinals #7 FIU 3, #2 SMU 1 #6 Marshall 3, #3 Kentucky 1 #4 So. Carolina 2, #5 Memphis 1 (OT) #1 Tulsa 1, #8 UAB 0

Semifinals #5 SMU 1, #1 South Carolina 0 #2 UAB 1, #3 UCF 0 Championship #5 SMU 2, #2 UAB 0

Semifinals #7 FIU 3, #6 Marshall 2 (OT) #1 Tulsa 4, #4 South Carolina 1 Championship #1 Tulsa 3, #7 FIU 2

Semifinals #4 Charlotte 1, #1 Cincinnati 0 #2 Saint Louis 5, #6 UAB 1 Championship #2 Saint Louis 2, #4 Charlotte 2 (2OT) (Saint Louis advances on PK, 5-4)

University of Memphis

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts - A Name Abbott, Pat Abbott, Paul Aguillon, Ramon Aguillon, Rolando Ahern, Patrick Akerfors, Morton Alkotzer, Avichay Alleman, Rick Allen, Rob Alvarado, Giovanni Arrandale, John Aur, Didier Aur, Paulo

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Pos Yrs GP G A Pts M 1988-92 62 3 5 11 D 1983 19 0 0 0 M 1994-97 67 14 11 39 M 1994-97 64 10 9 29 D 2005 5 0 1 1 F 1987-90 70 49 6 104 M-F 2003 12 0 0 0 D 2006-09 70 2 3 7 F 1987-90 48 8 2 18 F 2011- 0 0 0 0 M 1989-91 32 3 3 9 M 1982-83 38 5 5 15 M 1984-85 30 10 13 33

- B Pos Yrs GP G A Pts D 1991-93 3 0 0 0 F 1995 5 0 2 2 F 2011- 9 0 0 0 GK 2002 See Goalkeeping Register D 2000-02 24 0 0 0 F 1984-87 51 2 3 7 M 2008 13 0 2 2 M 2000-03 51 1 5 7 M 1982-86 40 6 3 15 M 1995-98 59 6 5 17 M 2004-07 54 16 13 45 M-D 1991-94 51 6 5 17 F 1996-99 71 33 14 80 F 2001-02 34 10 9 29 D-F 1987-89 51 14 10 38

Name Cáceres, Shawn Calvert, Dale Camillo, Adam Camp, Tyler Campbell, Clay Cheatham, Harrison Church, Russell Ciosanski, Benjamin Clark, Brad Clemence, Kurt Coburn, Michael Cole, Valfred Collins, Liam Connolly, Gary Cooling, Stephen Covey, Brian Creson, Larry Crider, Michael Crossett, Brandon Cooke, John Cuckler, Jordan Cummings, Peter Cutter, Jason

Pos Yrs GP G A Pts M 2007 3 0 0 0 F 2008 14 0 1 1 D 2012- 0 0 0 0 M 2004 4 0 0 0 GK 1995 See Goalkeeping Register GK 2008 See Goalkeeping Register M 1992-94 61 9 10 28 F 2012- 0 0 0 0 M 1997-98 11 0 1 1 M 1994-97 69 4 14 22 D 2004-08 73 8 11 27 D 2007 2 0 0 0 M 2010- 35 3 17 23 D 2002-05 61 0 2 2 M 2004-05 34 3 6 12 GK 1996-99 See Goalkeeping Register F 1983-84 42 24 9 57 M 2005 1 0 0 0 M 1996-99 24 3 3 9 F 1984-87 78 29 19 77 M 2012 0 0 0 0 M 2001-03 49 1 4 6 M 1998-99 4 0 0 0

Name Dang, Phoung Davis, Damon Deloney, Joey Derrington, Matt Devall, Dan Dobson, Daniel Dooley, Bryan Dowd, Rory Duncan, Parker Dunn, Jason Dyer, Justin

Pos Yrs GP G A Pts F-D 1982-84 50 3 8 14 M 1992-93 33 2 3 7 M 2009 0 0 0 0 GK 2011 See Goalkeeping Register D-M 1990 17 2 0 4 M 2001-04 58 9 11 29 M 2005 5 1 1 3 D 2007 18 1 0 2 F 2008-11 69 15 13 43 D 1994-97 72 3 4 10 D 2001-04 73 4 8 16

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- E Name Elkins, Patrick Elliott, Scott Ellis, Lewis Ennis, Nelson Estornel, Simon

Pos Yrs GP G A Pts M 2005-06 9 1 0 2 D 2011 0 0 0 0 F 2011- 18 3 6 12 D 2000 3 0 0 0 M 2012- 0 0 0 0

Pos Yrs GP G A Pts F 1992-95 57 9 3 21 F 2006-09 65 10 8 28 D-M 1984-86 52 1 4 6 D 1995 2 0 0 0 M 1983-86 83 12 18 42 D 1989 14 0 1 1 M 2000 10 1 1 3 M 1993-96 73 30 13 73 F 2006 15 0 0 0 F 1998-01 73 45 19 109

Name Gagnon, Chandler Gaither, Russ Gallina, Greg Garcia, Will Gardea, Chris German, Jake Gibbs, Graham Gibson, Cody Gilbert, Jamie Gilley, E.J. Gilley, Sean Glaser, Nick Goad, Jon Goldberg, Jack Goodlett, Michael Goulding, Sean Gourlay, Mark Graham, Keagan Grant, Scott Gregory, Kris Green, Chris Greenslade, Reid Greer, J.J. Groft, Elias Gross, Austin Guentner, Andreas Gurson, Gordy

Pos D D F-D D M D D GK D D-GK M M M M GK M D GK F M GK F F M F M-D F

- G Yrs 2011- 1989 1992-95 2010 2012- 2001-02 2000-03 2008-09 2006 1983-84 1988 1997-00 1987 2012- 2006-09 2006-08 2004 2007 1993-95 1997 1995-96 2001-03 2009- 2008-09 2010- 2009- 2010

GP G A Pts 18 2 1 5 18 2 1 5 21 1 0 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 2 2 56 0 5 5 See Goalkeeping Register 18 3 1 7 18 2 1 5 1 0 0 0 73 11 12 34 20 1 4 6 0 0 0 0 See Goalkeeping Register 50 5 14 24 18 0 0 0 See Goalkeeping Register 55 14 6 36 4 0 0 0 See Goalkeeping Register 40 4 0 8 51 3 8 14 18 0 1 1 27 3 0 6 48 6 3 15 8 3 2 8

- H Name Pos Yrs GP G A Pts Hagemann, Robby GK 1998 See Goalkeeping Register Halford, Scott M 1987 2 0 0 0 Halliburton, Dale M 1993 11 0 0 0 Harkins, Tripp F-M 2005-08 71 14 8 36 Hauss, Scott M 1983-84 41 4 2 10 Healy, Dalton D 2008 3 0 0 0 Heckman, Kenny M 1982-85 82 1 3 5 Hink, Jeff F 1984-88 27 1 0 2 Hink, Jim M 1988-91 65 10 16 36 Holland, Jimmy D-F 1984-86 61 3 1 7 Hormazabal, John M 1996 14 0 0 0 Huck, Joe M 1989 1 0 0 0 Hunter, Martin GK 2010 See Goalkeeping Register Hurley, Conor GK 2011- See Goalkeeping Register Hyland, Thomas D 2005-08 71 2 5 9 Hynson, Michael D 1995 3 0 0 0

Name Isaacs, Josh

Pos GK

Name Jackson, David Jacobs, Bradley Jarun, Omar Jordan, Brent Johnson, Jordan Johnson, Pat Judice, Frank

Pos Yrs GP G A Pts D-F 1982-85 74 17 19 53 M 2008-09 28 2 3 7 F 2002-03 35 8 6 22 D 1991-93 52 3 3 9 D 2009-11 50 0 4 4 F 1982-84 49 5 5 15 D 2005-06 15 1 0 2

GP G A Pts See Goalkeeping Register

Name Kail, Austin Kalis, Owen Kauker, Mike Kauker, Robi Keely, Shane

Pos GK D D-M M M

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University of Memphis

Yrs 2012- 2012 1982-86 1987 2011-

2010 1997-99 1994 2009 2010- 2003-04 1986-89 1987-88 2005-06 1985-86

15 37 10 2 11 25 75 36 3 40

1 0 2 0 0 1 3 3 0 21

0 10 1 0 1 3 3 4 0 8

2 10 5 0 1 5 9 10 0 50

- L Name Larsson, Goran Laster, Steve Leedle, Jordan Letterman, Matt Letterman, Mike Lewis, Joey Lewis, Stephen Lhommeau, Patrice Licari, Bernard Lima, Rogerio Linder, Wil Locks, Greg Luzuka, Kwasi Lynn, Jordan

Pos Yrs GP G A Pts D 1992-93 18 0 0 0 M 1986-88 8 0 0 0 GK 2008-11 See Goalkeeping Register F 1998-99 25 1 1 3 GK 1999 See Goalkeeping Register M 1995-98 62 0 2 2 D 1998-01 69 3 4 10 M 1990-92 45 8 5 21 F 1993-95 62 19 17 55 F 1996-97 37 23 22 68 M 2011- 18 3 4 10 M 1988-91 72 4 9 17 M 1995-96 5 1 0 2 M-D 2005-08 71 3 5 11

- M Name Pos Yrs GP G A Pts Markway, Nathan GK 1990-91 See Goalkeeping Register Martin, Bruce M 1989 5 0 0 0 Matsuba, Ken M 1998-01 55 0 9 9 McCage, Tim F 1990 1 1 3 5 McCoy, Cody M 2008-11 66 2 4 8 McArdle, Cormac F 2004-05 32 1 8 10 McCarty, Marcus F 2004-05 32 16 3 34 McCluskey, Mike D 1993-94 12 0 0 0 McDonagh, Donal M 1986-88 54 34 22 90 McDonnell, Philip M 1992-95 63 0 5 5 McGrath, Liam D 1998-99 18 1 0 2 McInerney, Gavin GK 2004-05 See Goalkeeping Register McKnight, Quincy D 1995 2 0 0 0 Medlock, David D 1998-00 24 0 1 1 Mehrhoff, Jay M 1990 1 0 0 0 Melkent, Tony M 1987 3 0 0 0 Melson, Bo F 1982 20 10 8 28 Metcalf, Andy F 2002-05 73 39 12 90 Meyer, Jake GK 1993 See Goalkeeping Register Middleton, Chad D 1990-91 35 1 0 2 Miller, Brad M 1997-99 11 0 1 1 Minter, Kyle F 2005 13 2 1 5 Monaghan, Brooks GK 1992-94 See Goalkeeping Register Mondragon, Hugo D-M 2009-10 22 4 1 9 Montgomery, Adam M 2004-07 76 4 5 13 Morris, Chris D 1994-97 58 1 0 2 Morris, Rick M 1989-92 68 5 4 14 Moses, Brandon F 1993, 95 4 1 1 3 Mueller, Mike D-M 1982-84 61 9 3 21 Munoz, Eric M 1996 19 1 5 7 Musicante, Jorge F 1986-87 24 1 2 4 Musicante, Sergio F 1986-87 28 3 1 7

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M D F D D M D M D F

GP G A Pts See Goalkeeing Register 0 0 0 0 82 2 7 11 20 1 1 3 0 0 0 0

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Name Pos Yrs Nabers, Ben M 2006 Najjar, Afif D 2004 Neff, Johnny M-D 1993-96 Neff, Michael M 1996 Nemens, Jeremy D 1993 Nilsson, Ronnie M-F 2002 Norris, David F 1990-93 Norris, John M 1987-90 Norwood, Troy GK 1988-89

GP G A Pts 2 0 0 0 8 0 1 1 39 0 3 3 9 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 11 1 2 4 62 8 8 24 65 1 6 8 See Goalkeeping Register

- O Name Pos Yrs GP G A Pts O’Brien, Dayton M-F 2002-05 75 24 34 82 O’Brien, Jason GK 2001 See Goalkeeping Register O’Connor, Rory D 2008-10 44 0 0 0 Ohlmeier, Thomas M 1992-93 42 13 9 35 Orellana, Jody D 1995-96 24 0 0 0 O’Sullivan, Gareth F 1989-92 74 37 15 89

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Name Bailey, Matt Balmori, Fabian Banks, Paul Baytos, Brian Bevard, Darren Breslau, Jeff Brooks, Jason Brezovsky, Dusty Bridges, Tony Briggs, Matt Britcher, Jared Browne, Clint Brooks, Steven Bryant, Matt Buckland, Trevor

Name Fairley, Carter Farrell, Brian Ferrera, Bonnie Finlason, Tim Fischer, Pat Fletcher, Chris Floyd, Michael Forde, Fergal Franklin, Kyle Fraser, Sean

Keene, Jamal Keene, Richard Kelley, Lee Kelly, Patrick Kennetz Jr., Dennis Kiser, Harrison Knight, Eddie Konieczny, Jeff Koyano, Tomo Kuns, Ross

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All-Time Roster

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts All-Time Roster - P Pos Yrs M 2000-01 F 1983 D 1993-94 D 1987-89 GK 2009 M 2004 M 1982 D 1989-92 F 1986-88 GK 1995 D 2008-10 GK 2002 F 2002 GK 1985-87

Name Raborn, Adam Rawlings, Kirk Redd, Alan Reddin, Brian Reichert, Tiago Reilly, John Ricketts, Kirk Rist, Tyler Romeg, Robbie Romero, J.R. Ronan, Daniel Rose, Justin Ross, Justin Ruble, Ryan

Pos Yrs GP G A Pts M 2004 8 0 0 0 D 1995 11 0 0 0 D 1990-92 53 7 6 20 D 1993 17 0 2 2 F 2010-2011 19 1 0 4 M 2001-04 71 14 12 40 F 1999-02 57 4 5 13 F 2011- 0 0 0 0 GK 1982 See Goalkeeping Register M-D 2006-08 21 0 1 1 F 2002 17 11 3 25 D 1992-95 47 0 1 1 D 2012- 0 0 0 0 M 2007-09 48 9 7 25

GP G A Pts 27 1 6 8 20 3 3 9 27 0 1 1 40 0 0 0 See Goalkeeping Register 17 0 1 1 10 0 0 0 75 3 6 12 51 3 2 8 See Goalkeeping Register 10 0 0 0 See Goalkeeping Register 5 0 2 2 See Goalkeeping Register

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- S Name Pos Yrs GP G A Pts Saffer, Daniel D 2003 8 0 0 0 Salter, Billy D 1985 21 0 1 1 Sausaman, Robert M 2005-08 82 3 4 10 Scarpace, Todd GK 1988-91 See Goalkeeping Register Schmidt, Chris D 1999-02 57 6 8 20 Schmitt, Carl M 1999 17 0 1 1 Schmitt, Keith M 1999 6 1 0 2 Schiffer, Mike F 1984 10 0 1 1 Schumann, Volker F-D 1989-91 54 3 5 11 Schwaigert, Ryan F-D 1998-00 50 7 5 19 Shannon, Thomas D 2008-11 59 10 8 28 Sherrod, Mark F 2009- 35 23 6 52 Shipman, Michael M 1999-00 37 2 12 16 Shumate, Cory D 2000 10 0 1 1 Smith, Marty F 1991 3 0 0 0 Smith, Tommy F 1992-95 77 15 11 41 Sommers, Brennan D 2007 3 0 0 0 Sommers, David M 2001 1 0 0 0 Spencer, Scott D 1990-92 56 0 3 3 Spilker, Carl D 1987-88 36 8 6 22 Sprout, Bryant M 1991 7 0 0 0 Stralka, Justin M 1999-01 61 8 13 29 Steinkampf, Hanjo M 1997 20 1 5 7 Stirling, Taylor M-F 1998 16 4 3 11 Stone, Austin M-D 2012- 0 0 0 0 Strom, Tyler GK 2004-07 See Goalkeeping Register

- T Name Pos Yrs GP G A Pts Talley, Clark GK 2000-03 See Goalkeeping Register Tappan, David M 1984-88 78 6 5 17 Thiele, Philip D 1996-99 67 1 1 3 Thomas, J.R. D 2002-03 23 0 0 0 Thomas, Quincy D 2012- 0 0 0 0 Thompson, Tanner D 2010- 7 0 0 0 Thornton, Adam D-M 2009-10 2 0 1 1 Thorstsensen, Lars F 2000-01 36 23 17 63 Toh Jr., Patrick F 2011- 1 0 0 0 Trujillo, Eric M 2007-10 14 1 0 2 Turner, Gerald M 1992 16 0 0 0 Turner, Scott D 1987-88 37 1 3 5 Tutor, Jeremy D 1995-97 53 20 14 54

- U Name Uzcategui, Cody

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Yrs 2011-

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Name Paule, Grant Pettinger, Matt Pepper, Robert Peil, Troy Petersen, Frank Phillips, Brad Pike, Kevin Pileggi, Frank Poczobut, David Pogue, Tim Porter, Chris Post, Chris Presley, Phillip Price, Matt

GP G A Pts See Goalkeeping Register

Name Van Dyck, Maxim Vecchio, Sebastian Voight, John Volanski, Aaron Vopel, Bill

Pos D GK F F D

Name Walsh, Kevin Watson, Justin White, Tommy Whitsitt, Brad Whitworth, Butch Wiabel, Bobby Weldon, Mark Williams, B.J. Williams, Bobby Williams, Mickey Williams, J.R. Winfrey, Rob Wright, Jeremiah Wright, Jon

Pos M M-F F M M D D M GK D D M F M

Name Yun, Won

Pos F

Name Zimmerman, C.J.

Pos M

Yrs 2010 2003-04 1996 2004 1982

GP G A Pts 17 0 2 2 See Goalkeeping Register 4 1 0 2 11 0 0 0 13 0 0 0

- W Yrs 2006-07 2009 1997-00 2003-04 1985-86 1984 2008 2010-11 1983 1984-85 2002 1988-89 2012- 2009

GP G A Pts 34 16 9 41 12 2 1 5 73 18 14 50 33 3 4 10 32 0 2 2 14 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 13 1 1 3 See Goalkeeping Register 35 0 3 3 15 0 0 0 34 2 7 11 0 0 0 0 16 3 1 7

- Y Yrs 1982-83

GP 28

G 10

A 6

Pts 26

GP 0

G 0

A 0

Pts 0

- Z Yrs 2012-

Name Yrs GP GA SV GAA Baytos, Brian 2002 3 2 9 0.99 Campbell, Clay 1995 3 11 14 4.40 Cheatham, Harrison 2008 1 0 0 0.00 Covey, Brian 1996-99 72 119 335 1.65 Derrington, Matt 2011- - - - Gibson, Cody 2008-09 0 0 0 0.00 Gilley, E.J. 1983-87 68 118 416 n/a Goodlett, Michael 2006-09 50 64 182 1.36 Graham, Keagan 2007 1 0 0 0.00 Green, Chris 1995-96 13 22 63 1.74 Hagemann, Robby 1998 3 2 6 0.64 Hunter, Martin 2010 6 10 19 2.22 Hurley, Conor 2011- 18 23 47 1.24 Isaacs, Josh 2000-01 9 7 19 1.24 Kail, Austin 2012- 0 0 0 0 Leedle, Jordan 2008-10 14 22 37 1.57 Letterman, Mike 1999 5 4 10 0.80 Markway, Nathan 1990-91 10 14 74 2.00 McInerney, Gavin 2004-05 12 11 23 1.76 Meyer, Jake 1993 4 7 12 1.97 Monaghan, Brooks 1992-94 61 82 298 1.40 Norwood, Troy 1988-89 31 47 134 1.53 Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Bryan, Jason 2001 4 12 21 3.13 Petersen, Frank 2009 RS 0 0 0.00 Price, Matt 1985-87 43 51 189 n/a Pogue, Tim 1995 5 15 10 3.85 Post, Chris 2002 4 3 15 1.14 Romeg, Robbie 1982 n/a n/a n/a n/a Scarpace, Todd 1988-91 44 68 207 1.67 Strom, Tyler 2004-07 44 48 177 1.17 Talley, Clark 2000-03 50 84 172 1.74 Uzcategui, Cody 2011- - - - Vecchio, Sebastian 2003-04 33 32 106 1.02 Williams, Bobby 1983 5 2 5 n/a Bold indicates active players

Bold indicates active players

Year-by-Year Coaching Breakdown Year Coach 1982 Peter Bermel 1983 Peter Bermel 1984 Peter Bermel 1985 Peter Bermel 1986 Peter Bermel 1987 Peter Bermel Bermel Totals (6 yrs)

W-L-T 7-11-2 9-8-3 10-9-3 12-7-2 14-4-2 9-9-2 61-48-14

Pct. .400 .525 .523 .619 .750 .500 .553

1988 Chris Bartels 1989 Chris Bartels 1990 Chris Bartels 1991 Chris Bartels 1992 Chris Bartels 1993 Chris Bartels 1994 Chris Bartels 1995 Chris Bartels 1996 Chris Bartels 1997 Chris Bartels 1998 Chris Bartels Bartels Totals (11 yrs)

8-7-3 10-10-1 10-9-1 7-9-2 14-3-2 13-9-2 11-8-2 6-10-2 11-7-1 10-8-2 10-9-1 110-89-19

.528 .500 .525 .444 .789 .583 .571 .389 .605 .550 .525 .548

1999 Richie Grant 2000 Richie Grant 2001 Richie Grant 2002 Richie Grant 2003 Richie Grant 2004 Richie Grant 2005 Richie Grant 2006 Richie Grant 2007 Richie Grant 2008 Richie Grant 2009 Richie Grant 2010 Richie Grant 2011 Richie Grant Grant Totals (13 yrs) All-Time Totals

7-11-0 14-6-0 6-9-2 10-7-1 8-8-2 16-4-1 8-8-2 10-8-0 10-5-4 6-11-2 7-7-2 5-11-1 11-6-1 118-101-18 289-238-51

.389 .700 .412 .583 .500 .786 .500 .555 .632 .368 .500 .324 .639 .536 .544

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Home 6-4-1 5-2-2 8-4-0 8-3-1 8-0-1 6-4-0 41-17-5

Road 1-7-1 4-5-0 1-5-2 4-4-1 3-4-1 3-5-0 16-30-5

Neutral 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 3-0-0 0-0-2 4-1-4

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 4-1-0 n/a 4-0-1 n/a 1-4-1 n/a 2-4-0 n/a 1-6-1 T7/9 3-5-0 6/9 2-5-1 8/9 2-5-1 7/9 19-30-5

5-2-1 6-5-0 7-2-1 5-3-1 8-0-1 10-2-1 9-1-1 5-2-1 6-4-0 6-3-1 4-3-0 71-27-8

2-3-2 3-5-1 2-4-0 1-5-0 4-3-1 3-7-0 0-6-1 1-6-1 4-3-1 3-5-1 4-5-1 27-52-9

1-2-0 1-0-0 1-3-0 1-1-1 2-0-0 0-0-1 2-1-0 0-2-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-1-0 12-10-2

2-6-0 8/9 6-4-0 4/9 3-6-1 T7/11 3-7-1 9/11 1-6-2 9/10 8-1-0 1/10 3-4-2 T6/10 6-3-0 7/9 3-2-3 5/9 3-4-1 T3/9 3-5-0 5/9 1-6-1 8/9 4-4-0 6/9 46-58-11 58-56-16

4-5-0 6-3-0 4-3-1 4-4-0 4-4-2 8-1-0 5-2-1 6-3-0 7-1-2 3-4-1 5-2-1 4-4-0 6-1-0 66-37-8 178-81-21

2-6-0 4-1-0 2-4-1 6-3-1 2-4-0 5-3-1 2-5-1 4-4-0 1-3-1 3-3-1 0-4-1 0-5-1 5-3-0 36-48-8 79-130-22

1-0-0 4-2-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 2-1-1 0-4-0 2-1-0 1-2-0 0-2-1 16-16-2 32-27-8

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Career

Goals 1. 59 2. 57 3. 55

Year 2000 1997 1994

Longest Winning Streak Year Total 8 1986-87 Home 10 2004-05 Away 4 1996-97, 2004, 2006

Assists 1. 59 2. 49 3. 48 4. 47

Year 2000 1997 2002 2004

Longest Losing Streak Total 7 Home 4 Away 11

Year 1991 2002 1994-95

Longest Unbeaten Streak Total 10 Home 15

Year 1986-87 1992-93

Longest Winless Streak Total 7 Away 18

Year 1991 1993-95

Matches Played 1. Pat Fischer 2. Three Tied

Total Years 83 1983-86 82

Goals 1. Morton Akerfors 2. Sean Fraser 3. Andy Metcalf 4. Gareth O’Sullivan

Total Years 49 1987-90 45 1998-2001 39 2002-05 37 1986-88

Assists 1. Dayton O’Brien 2. Rogerio Lima Donal McDonagh

Total Years 34 2002-05 22 1996-97 22 1986-88

Points 1. Sean Fraser 2. Morton Akerfors 3. Andy Metcalf Donal McDonagh

Total Years 109 1998-2001 104 1987-90 90 2002-05 90 1986-88

Shots Year 1. 420 1983

Shots 1. Donal McDonagh

Total Years 293 1986-88

Fewest Shots Against Year 1. 160 2009

Saves 1. E.J. Gilley 2. Brooks Monaghan 3. Brian Covey

Total Years 416 1983-87 298 1992-94 275 1996-98

Fewest Goals Against Year 1. 15 2004

Shutouts 1. Brooks Monaghan

Total 24

GAA (Min 2500 minutes) 1. Sebastian Vecchio 1.02 2. Tyler Strom 1.17 3. Michael Goodlett 1.36 4. Brooks Monaghan 1.40 5. Brian Covey 1.52

Years 1992-94 Year 2003-04 2004-08 2006-09 1992-94 1996-98

Season - Individual Total 24 24

Year 1993 1993

Goals 1. Mark Sherrod 2. Sean Fraser 3. Morton Akerfors 4. Sean Fraser

Total 19 18 17 16

Year 2011 2001 1987 2000

Assists 1. Dayton O’Brien 2. Rogerio Lima 3. Liam Collins 4. Two Tied

Total 14 12 11 10

Year 2004 1997 2011

Points 1. Mark Sherrod Sean Fraser 2. Sean Fraser 3. Morton Akerfors

Total 42 42 41 37

Year 2011 2001 2000 1987

Shots 1. Donal McDonagh

Total 113

Year 1986

Saves 1. E.J. Gilley 2. E.J. Gilley 3. Brooks Monaghan

Total 169 141 112

Year 1983 1984 1993

Shutouts 1. Brooks Monaghan

Total 11

Year 1992

GAA (Min 1000 minutes) 1. Sebastian Vecchio 0.69 2. Brooks Monaghan 0.80 3. Tyler Strom 0.91 4. Brian Covey 1.08

Year 2004 1992 2007 1996

Points Year 1. 177 2000 2. 163 1997

Saves Year 1. 174 1983

Consecutive Shutout Minutes Brian Covey 489 Sebastian Vecchio 465

Shutouts Year 1. 11 1992 2. 9 2004 9 1996 GAA Year 1. 0.70 2004 2. 0.80 1992

Goals Sean Fraser

Total 5 vs. Lipscomb

Date 11/7/01

Assists John Cooke

Total Date 4 vs. SW Missouri 10/18/87

Points Sean Fraser

Total 11 vs. Lipscomb

Shots Donal McDonagh

Total 15 vs. USM

Saves E.J. Gilley

Total Date 24 vs. Wake Forest 9/29/84

Date 11/7/01 Date 11/11/88

Goals 10 vs. Lipscomb 10 vs. Lipscomb

Date 11/7/01 11/24/00

Assists 12 vs. Lipscomb

Date 11/24/00

Points 32 vs. Lipscomb

Date 11/24/00

Shots 41 vs. Rhodes

Date 9/28/88

Saves 24 vs. Wake Forest

Date 9/29/84

Fewest Shots Taken 2 vs. Saint Louis 2 vs. South Alabama 2 vs. Evansville Fewest Shots Allowed 0 vs. Lipscomb Largest Margin of Victory 10, 10-0 vs. Lipscomb Largest Margin of Defeat 11, 0-11 at Alabama A&M

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Date 10/16/98 10/17/93 10/22/89 Date 11/7/01 Date 11/24/00 Date 1982

Alabama A&M, 4-1 Louisville, 4-0 DePaul, 3-1

Richie Grant Victories 1 9/4/99 50 9/25/04 100 10/17/10

Centenary, 4-2 Charlotte, 3-1 FIU, 1-0

Year 1996 2004

20 Goals/20 Assists Dayton O’Brien Rogerio Lima Donal McDonagh

Year 24/24 23/22 34/22

Top Five Home Crowds 1. 1,057 2. 927 3. 923 4. 879 5. 873

vs. UAB 11/5/10 vs. Kentucky 10/13/07 vs. Clemson 9/1/06 vs. Louisville 8/31/07 vs. Tulsa 10/26/08

2002-05 1996-97 1986-88

Program Milestones

Game - Individual

Game - Team

Chris Bartels Victories 1 8/31/88 50 9/4/93 100 11/4/97

All-Time Victories 1 1982 50 11/8/86 100 9/20/92 150 11/2/96 200 9/6/02 250 10/25/06

Covenant, 4-3 Cincinnati, 2-0 UCF, 2-0 Belmont, 6-0 San Francisco, 2-1 (2ot) Marshall, 3-0

Peter Bermel Victories 1 1982 50 11/8/86

Covenant, 4-3 Cincinnati, 2-0

The Last Time The Last Time A Tiger ... Scored 5 Goals:..................................................................... Sean Fraser vs. Lipscomb (2001) Scored 4 Goals:..................................................................... Sean Fraser vs. Lipscomb (2001) Scored 3 Goals:.......................................................................... Mark Sherrod at Tulsa (2011) Recorded Consecutive Hat-Tricks................... Mark Sherrod vs. Neb.-Omaha/at Tulsa (2011) Made 4 Assists:.............................................................. John Cooke vs. Missouri State (1987) Made 3 Assists:................................................................................ Lewis Ellis at Tulsa (2011) Attempted 10 Shots:...................................... Donal McDonagh, 15 vs. Southern Miss (1988) Made 20 Saves:..............................................................E.J. Gilley, 24 vs. Wake Forest (1984) Made 15 Saves:...................................................................... Tyler Strom, 15 vs. SMU (2005) Made 10 Saves:...................................................... Tyler Strom, 10 vs. South Carolina (2005) Had Back-to-Back Shutouts:........................... Conor Hurley (FIU, Neb.-Omaha, Tulsa) (2011) Scored Twice in Under a Minute:.................Jeremy Tutor, 0:53 vs. Western Kentucky (1997) Stopped a Penalty Kick:.................................................... Michael Goodlett vs. UMKC (2009) The Last Time the Tigers ... Scored 10 Goals in a Game:..............................................................10-0 vs. Lipscomb (2001) Scored Seven Goals in a Game:..................................................8-0 vs. Alabama A&M (2010) Scored Six Goals in a Game:.......................................................8-0 vs. Alabama A&M (2010) Scored Six Goals in a Half:............................................6 (2nd Half) vs. Alabama A&M (2005) Scored Five Goals in a Half:..........................................5 (2nd Half) vs. Alabama A&M (2010) Notched 10 Assists in a Game:............................................................ 10 vs. Lipscomb (2001) Notched 9 Assists in a Game:........................................................9 vs. Alabama A&M (2005) Attempted 40 Shots:............................................................................... 41 vs. Rhodes (1988) Attempted 35 Shots:............................................................................... 41 vs. Rhodes (1988) Attempted 30 Shots:....................................................................30 vs. Alabama A&M (2010) Involved in a 0-0 Tie:................................................................................. vs. Vermont (2009) Allowed No Shots on Goal:................................................................at No. 18 Bradley (2011)

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Honors & Awards National NSCAA All-America Second Team Dayton O’Brien

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NSCAA All-America Third Team Mark Sherrod

2011

College Soccer News All-America Second Team Dayton O’Brien

2004

College Soccer News All-America Third Team Mark Sherrod

2011

Hermann Trophy Watch List Dayton O’Brien

2005

Hermann Trophy Semifinalist Mark Sherrod

2011

SoccerNewsNet College Boot Finalist Mark Sherrod 2011

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NSCAA All-Midwest First Team Dayton O’Brien Liam Collins Mark Sherrod

2004 2011 2011

NSCAA All-Midwest Second Team Sean Fraser Andy Metcalf Daniel Dobson Dayton O’Brien Jamie Gilbert Kevin Walsh Michael Coburn Kevin Walsh J.J.Greer

2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2011

NSCAA All-Midwest Third Team Sean Fraser Dayton O’Brien Chris Schmidt Dayton O’Brien Jared Britcher Adam Montgomery Michael Coburn

2000 2002 2002 2003 2007 2007 2008

All-South Region Trevor Buckland Donal McDonagh Trevor Buckland Thomas Ohlmeier Rogerio Lima Rogerio Lima

1988 1988 1989 1993 1996 1997

Conference C-USA Player of the Year Mark Sherrod

2011

C-USA Offensive Player of the Year Dayton O’Brien 2004 Mark Sherrod 2011 C-USA Defensive Player of the Year Sebastian Vecchio 2004 C-USA Coach of the Year Richie Grant Richie Grant

2000 2004

C-USA Newcomer of the Year Kevin Walsh

2006

Michael Coburn Tripp Harkins

C-USA Most Valuable Defender Ryan Schwaigert

1998

C-USA All-Decade Team Sean Fraser

1995-2004

All-Conference USA First Team Fergal Forde Rogerio Lima Rogerio Lima Sean Fraser Sean Fraser Daniel Dobson Justin Dyer Dayton O’Brien Sebastian Vecchio Dayton O’Brien Michael Coburn Liam Collins Mark Sherrod

1996 1996 1997 2000 2001 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2008 2011 2011

GMC Coach of the Year Chris Bartels

1991

GMC Newcomer of the Year Bernard Licari

1993

All-Conference USA Second Team Fergal Forde Bernard Licari Sean Fraser Stephen Lewis Justin Stralka Justin Stralka Chris Schmidt Andy Metcalf Dayton O’Brien Andy Metcalf Andy Metcalf Kevin Walsh Jared Britcher Michael Coburn Adam Montgomery Rick Alleman J.J. Greer

1995 1995 1999 2000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2007 2007 2009 2011

All-Conference USA Third Team Ramon Aguillon Matt Briggs Steven Brooks Lars Thorstsensen Stephen Lewis Lars Thorstsensen Graham Gibbs Gary Connolly John Reilly Jamie Gilbert Sean Goulding Parker Duncan Andreas Guentner Conor Hurley

1997 1998 1998 2000 2001 2001 2003 2004 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011

C-USA All-Freshman Team Steven Brooks Brian Covey Nick Glaser Sean Fraser Clark Talley Omar Jarun Dayton O’Brien Daniel Ronan Adam Montgomery Tripp Harkins Ryan Ruble Parker Duncan J.J. Greer Andreas Guentner Chandler Gagnon Wil Linder

1996 1996 1997 1998 2000 2002 2002 2002 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009 2009 2011 2011

C-USA All-Tournament Team Daniel Dobson Justin Dyer Marcus McCarty John Reilly

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2004 2004 2004 2004

2005 2005

All-Great Midwest Conference First Team Jim Hink 1991 Gareth O’Sullivan 1991 Brooks Monaghan 1992 Gareth O’Sullivan 1992 Scott Spencer 1992 Russell Church 1993 All-Great Midwest Conference Second Team Frank Pileggi 1991 Scott Spencer 1991 Thomas Ohlmeier 1992 Frank Pileggi 1992 Thomas Ohlmeier 1993 GMC Championship MVP Brooks Monaghan (Defense) Bernard Licari (Offense)

1993 1993

W e e k ly H o n o r s C-USA Player of the Week Rolando Aguillon Brian Covey Steven Brooks (Offense) Steven Brooks (Offense) Mike Letterman (Defense) Sean Fraser (Offense) Lars Thorstensen (Offense) Lars Thorstensen (Offense) Daniel Dobson (Defense) Dayton O’Brien (Offense) Graham Gibbs (Defense) Andy Metcalf (Offense) Dayton O’Brien (Offense) Sebastian Vecchio (Defense) Andy Metcalf (Offense) Dayton O’Brien (Offense) Sebastian Vecchio (Defense) John Reilly (Offense) Sebastian Vecchio (Defense) Jared Britcher (Offense) Gavin McInerney (Defense) Andy Metcalf (Offense) Kevin Walsh (Offense) Tyler Strom (Defense) Michael Coburn (Offense) Michael Coburn (Defense) Michael Goodlett (Defense) J.J. Greer (Defense) Conor Hurley (Defense) Mark Sherrod (Offense) Mark Sherrod (Offense)

9/18/1995 11/2/1996 9/14/1998 9/21/1999 10/11/1999 9/11/2000 9/18/2000 10/1/2001 9/3/2002 9/3/2002 9/9/2002 10/20/2003 9/26/2004 9/26/2004 10/3/2004 10/25/2004 11/1/2004 11/8/2004 11/8/2004 9/6/2005 9/12/2005 10/10/2005 9/18/2006 9/4/2007 10/6/2008 10/20/2008 11/10/2008 11/8/2010 10/10/2011 10/17/2011 10/31/2011

NSCAA Player of the Week Mark Sherrod

10/17/2011

Soccer America Team of the Week Brooks Monaghan 11/9/1993 Sean Fraser 10/22/2001 Sean Fraser 11/11/2001 Andy Metcalf 10/3/2004 John Reilly 11/9/2004 Daniel Dobson 11/16/2004 Kevin Walsh 9/18/2006 Mark Sherrod* 10/17/2011

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College Soccer News Team of the Week Dayton O’Brien 9/26/2004 Daniel Dobson 11/1/2004 Marcus McCarty 11/14/2004 Kevin Walsh 9/18/2006 Jared Britcher 9/05/2007 Michael Coburn 10/20/2008 Mark Sherrod* 10/17/2011 Mark Sherrod 10/31/2011 TopDrawerSoccer Men’s College Team of the Week Mark Sherrod 10/17/2011 Mark Sherrod 10/31/2011 CS360 Primetime Performer of the Week Mark Sherrod 10/31/2011 SoccerNewsNet Men’s College Player of the Week Mark Sherrod 10/17/2011 *National Player of the Week

Academic Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team Parker Duncan 2011 Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-America Third Team Andy Metcalf Jared Britcher Andy Metcalf Jared Britcher Mark Sherrod

2003 2005 2005 2007 2011

CoSIDA Academic All-District IV Team Chris Schmidt 2002 Andy Metcalf 2003 Andy Metcalf 2004 Jared Britcher 2005 Andy Metcalf 2005 Jared Britcher 2006 Robert Sausaman 2006 Jared Britcher 2007 Robert Sausaman 2008 Parker Duncan 2009 Parker Duncan 2010 Parker Duncan 2011 Mark Sherrod 2011 NSCAA/ADIDAS Scholar All-South Region First Team Andy Metcalf 2004 Jared Britcher 2007 Adam Montgomery 2007 Parker Duncan 2011 NSCAA/ADIDAS Scholar All-South Region Second Team Robert Sausaman 2007 Jordan Lynn 2008 Robert Sausaman 2008 NSCAA Academic Award Ramon Aguillon

1997

GTE Academic All-American Third Team Matt Briggs 1998 C-USA All-Academic Team Jared Britcher Robert Sausaman Jared Britcher Robert Sausaman Robert Sausaman

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Rick Alleman Parker Duncan Parker Duncan Andreas Guentner Parker Duncan Andreas Guentner Mark Sherrod

2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011

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Honors & Awards

C-USA Scholar-Athlete of the Year Chris Schmidt 2002

Team Tommy Smith Award Nick Glaser Chris Schmidt John Reilly Andy Metcalf Justin Dyer Jared Britcher Tripp Harkins Robert Sausaman Thomas Hyland Thomas Shannon Cody McCoy Andreas Guentner

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

NSCAA Team Academic Award 2007 2009 2010 2011

Institution M Club Hall of Fame Donal McDonagh Brooks Monaghan Victor Lacey Rogerio Lima Sean Fraser Dayton Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien

2001 2007 2008 2008 2009 2011

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Media Quick Facts.................................. 126 2012 Schedule............................. 126 Media Information...................... 126 2012 Roster................................. 127 Pronunciation Guide.................... 127 Coaches & Staff Head Coach Brooks Monaghan... 128 Assistant Coaches.................129-130 Support Staff............................... 129 Meet the Tigers Player Profiles.......................131-139 2011 Review Season Recap............................... 140 Statistics/Results......................... 141 C-USA Only Statistics................... 142 C-USA Review.............................. 143 History Year-by-Year Results.................... 144 All-Time Series Records........145-146 Monaghan’s Record vs. Opp........ 147 All-Time C-USA Standings............ 148 All-Time C-USA Tourn. Results..... 149 All-Time Roster............................ 150 Year-by-Year Coaching................. 150 All-Time Jersey Roster................. 151 Record Book................................ 151 Record Book by Class................... 152 Last Time..................................... 153 Honors & Awards........................ 154

2012 Women’s Soccer Schedule 8/10 Fri 8/12 Sun 8/17 Fri 8/31 Fri 9/2 Sun 9/6 Thu 9/10 Mon 9/14 Fri 9/16 Sun 9/21 Fri 9/23 Sun 9/28 Fri 9/30 Sun 10/5 Fri 10/7 Sun 10/11 Thu 10/14 Sun 10/19 Fri 10/21 Sun 10/25 Thu 10/31-11/4

at Illinois State% Western Kentucky% at Missouri Arkansas State Oklahoma State at Vanderbilt at LSU SEMO Middle Tennessee UCF* Southern Miss* East Carolina* Marshall* at Colorado College* at UTEP* Rice* Houston* at Tulsa* at SMU* at UAB* C-USA Tournament

Normal, Ill. 1 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 1 p.m. Columbia, Mo. 6:30 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 7 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 7 p.m. Nashville, Tenn. 7 p.m. Baton Rouge, La. 7 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 7 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 1 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 7 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 1 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 7 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 1 p.m. Colorado Springs, Colo. 5 p.m. El Paso, Texas 2 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 7 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 1 p.m. Tulsa, Okla. 6 p.m. Dallas, Texas 2 p.m. Birmingham, Ala. 7 p.m. El Paso, Texas (UTEP) TBD

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Media Information Credentials Members of the media traveling with the team to Mike Rose Soccer Complex do not need a credential. Media not traveling with the team need to contact Mark Taylor in the University of Memphis Athletics Communications Office for press credentials. A pass list will be kept at the main gate area, which also serves as the media gate. Seating in the press area is limited and will be restricted to working press, radio and television representatives’ needs, according to NCAA regulations. Parking Media parking is located in the parking lot adjacent to the main gate. No parking pass is required. Photographers Press and television photographers are requested to stay at least 10 feet from the playing surface. Photographers must have a working credential for access to the field. Photographers will be granted a credential through the University of Memphis Athletics Communications Office and not the Mike Rose Soccer

Complex. Photographers are not permitted to sell photos taken at U of M soccer matches without the written consent of the Athletics Communications Office. Statistics The U of M Athletics Communications Office will provide game notes, statistics, rosters and media guides throughout the game to all media members. The U of M Athletics Communications Office will also provide complete game statistics to media members shortly after each contest. Practice/Interviews Memphis soccer practices are closed to the media. However, special arrangements may be made by contacting the Athletics Communications Office at least 24 hours before practice time. All interviews are coordinated with women’s head coach Brooks Monaghan through the Athletics Communications Office. The office staff can also set up interviews with coaches and players, which will be scheduled around the academic and practice

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schedules. Coaches and players are available for postgame interviews 10 minutes following the end of the game. Tickets Tickets for Tigers and Lady Tigers soccer games are available at the U of M Ticket Office at the corner of Southern and Normal or by calling (901) 678-2331. Tickets are also available at the game. Tigers on the Web The official website of the Memphis Athletics is www.gotigersgo.com. Media information, such as game notes, box scores, statistics, etc., all are available on the website. C-USA Website Additional information about Conference USA and its member institutions can be obtained by logging on to www.conferenceusa.com. The conference site has up-to-date statistics and rankings of all league schools.

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Quick Facts General Information School:.............The University of Memphis Location:.......................... Memphis, Tenn. Founded:............................................ 1912 Enrollment:..................................... 22,725 Affiliation:......................... NCAA Division I Conference:...................... Conference USA Nickname:........................................ Tigers Colors:..................................... Blue & Gray Home Field:..... Mike Rose Soccer Complex Surface:............................................. Grass Capacity:........................................... 3,000 President:....................... Dr. Shirley Raines Athletics Director:................... Tom Bowen Web Site:................ www.GoTigersGo.com www.Memphis.edu Women’s History First Year of Soccer:........................... 1995 All-Time Record:......................181-146-19 NCAA Tournaments/Last:.............. 5/2011 Last Postseason Opponent:........ Louisville Result:.....................L, 2-0 (Second Round) Women’s Coaching Staff Head Coach:................. Brooks Monaghan (University of Memphis, 1994) Overall Record (Yrs): ....147-86-15 (12 yrs) Record at Memphis (Yrs):................. same Assistant Coach:.........Jonny Walker (3 yrs) Assistant Coach: ...........Jodi Grant (12 yrs) Women’s Team Information 2011 Overall Record:.......................22-1-1 Home:...............................................11-1-1 Away:...............................................11-0-0 Neutral:..............................................0-0-0 2011 C-USA Record/Finish:....... 10-0-1/1st Home:.................................................3-0-1 Away:.................................................7-0-0 Final 2011 Ranking:...............................9th Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........ 14/12 Starters Returning/Lost:...................... 6/5 Athletics Communications Women’s Contact:................... Mark Taylor Office Phone:.................... (901) 678-5108 Mobile Phone:.................. (870) 759-2074 E-mail:................mtylor16@memphis.edu Fax:.................................... (901) 678-4134 Address:................570 Normal, Room 203 Memphis, TN 38152 Social Media Facebook:................................................... facebook.com/MemphisWSoccer facebook.com/MemphisTigers Twitter:............. twitter.com/UoMWSoccer twitter.com/TigersMedia YouTube:.........youtube.com/SIDMemphis FourSquare:.foursquare.com/TigersMedia

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Numerical Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 33 88

Name Becca Brown Kelley Gravlin Christie Kline Elysia Masters Sarah Daane Taylor Isenhower Kylie Davis Kaisa Marshall Natalia Gomez-Junco Christabel Oduro Katie Donahue Madison Oyer Kaitlyn Atkins Nicole Zeidler Alex Craig Carly Cassady Tine Schryvers Marissa Duguay Alena “Aja” Strnadova Brooke Oxentine Christi Padgett Bailey Pembroke Averi Hallman Samantha Keane Emily Adamic Lucy Cunningham Courtney Neville Gisenia Utreras Christa Strickland McCall Gardner Diamond Simpson

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach:

Cl. R-Fr. R-So. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. Sr. So. So. So. Jr. So. Fr. So. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. R-So. R-Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr.

Pos. GK MF D D/F MF/D F F/MF F MF/F MF/F D MF/F F/MF D/F D/MF MF/D F/MF D/MF MF MF/D F/MF D D D MF D/F MF MF GK GK MF/F

Ht. 5-7 5-4 5-8 5-3 5-9 5-9 5-6 5-4 5-6 5-3 5-9 5-5 5-4 5-8 5-8 5-5 5-8 5-9 5-6 5-6 5-4 5-4 5-4 5-4 5-7 5-4 5-5 5-3 5-7 5-6 5-3

Brooks Monaghan Jonny Walker Jodi Grant

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Alphabetical Roster

Hometown/Last School Colleyville, Texas/Grapevine HS St. Charles, Mo./Incarnate Word Academy Leawood, Kan./Blue Valley North HS Burlington, Ontario, Canada/Nelson HS Newman, Ga./Northgate HS Lenexa, Kan./Shawnee Mission Northwest HS L’lle-Bizard, Quebec, Canada/John Rennie HS Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood HS Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico/Prepa Tec Brampton, Onatrio, Canada/St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary Sachse, Texas/John Paul II HS Leo, Ind./Leo HS Overland Park, Kan./Olathe East HS Scottsdale, Ariz./Chaparral HS Edmonton, Alberta, Canada/Archbishop Jordan Catholic HS Lenexa, Kan./Shawnee Mission Northwest HS Zoersel, Antwerp, Belgium/Leonardo Lyceum Quispamsis, New Brunswick, Canada/Rothesay HS Las Cruces, N.M./Las Cruces HS Euless, Texas/Trinity HS Franklin, Tenn./Ravenwood HS Flower Mound, Texas/Edward S. Marcus HS Spokane, Wash./Mount Spokane HS Keller, Texas/Keller HS Edmonton, Alberta, Canada/Harry Ainlay HS Formby, Liverpool, Canada/Range HS Oakdale, Minn./Tartan HS Brampton, Ontario, Canada/St. Marguerite d’Youville Fayetteville, Ga./Whitewater HS Duluth, Ga./Peachtree Ridge HS Mississauga, Ontario/St. Joseph’s Secondary School University of Memphis, 1994/13th Season University of Louisville, 2007/Fourth Season University of Memphis, 1999/13th Season

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State/Country Indiana (1) Oyer Kansas (4) Atkins, Cassady, Isenhower, Kline Minnesota (1) Neville Missouri (1) Gravlin

Tennessee (1) Padgett

Canada (8) Adamic, Craig, Davis, Duguay, Masters, Oduro, Simpson, Utreras England (1) Cunningham

Mexico (1) Gomez-Junco

Arizona (1) Zeidler

Belgium (1) Schryver

Georgia (3) Daane, Gardner, Strickland

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Texas (6) Brown, Donahue, Keane, Marshall, Oxentine, Pembroke Washington (1) Hallman

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Name Emily Adamic Kaitlyn Atkins Becca Brown Carly Cassady Alex Craig Lucy Cunningham Sarah Daane Kylie Davis Katie Donahue Marissa Duguay McCall Gardner Natalia Gomez-Junco Kelley Gravlin Averi Hallman Taylor Isenhower Samantha Keane Christie Kline Kaisa Marshall Elysia Masters Courtney Neville Christabel Oduro Brooke Oxentine Madison Oyer Christi Padgett Bailey Pembroke Tine Schryvers Diamond Simpson Christa Strickland Alena “Aja” Strnadova Gisenia Utreras Nicole Zeidler

Pos. MF F/MF GK MF/D D/MF D/F MF/D F/MF D D/MF GK MF/F MF D F D D F D/F MF MF/F MF/D MF/F F/MF D F/MF MF/F GK MF MF D/F

Class Breakdown Seniors (4) Averi Hallman, Taylor Isenhower, Christie Kline, Bailey Pembroke Juniors (1) Christabel Oduro Sophomore (10) Kaitlyn Atkins, Carly Cassady, Alex Craig, Kylie Davis, Katie Donahue, Natalia Gomez-Junco, Kelley Gravlin, Kaisa Marshall, Alena Strnadova, Nicole Zeidler Freshmen (16) Emily Adamic, Becca Brown, Lucy Cunningham, Sarah Daane, Marissa Duguay, McCall Gardner, Samantha Keane, Elysia Masters, Courtney Neville, Madison Oyer, Brooke Oxentine, Christi Padgett, Tine Schryver, Diamond Simpson, Christa Strickland, Gisenia Utreras

Pronunciation Guide Cassady.................................................... cass-a-DEE Daane......................................................... DAY-nee Duguay.......................................................DO-gway Kaisa................................................................. Ki-za Keane................................................................ Keen Gomez-Junco...............................................Hoon-co Oxentine.................................................ox-en-TEEN Oduro....................................................... O-dor-OO Aja...................................................................... I-ah Strnadova....................................STRIN-uh-doe-vuh Zeidler........................................................... ZID-ler Tine....................................................................Teen Schryver.................................................... SCH-ri-ver Gisenia................................................... GA-sin-e-ah Utreras................................................ ooh-TRAIR-us

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No. 25 13 1 16 15 26 5 7 11 18 33 9 2 23 6 24 3 8 4 27 10 20 12 21 22 17 88 29 19 28 14

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Head Coach Brooks Monaghan

Twelve seasons ago, Brooks Monaghan took over Lady Tigers soccer in hopes of taking the fifth-year program to new heights. After claiming its fifthstraight Conference USA Championship in 2011 and finishing the season ranked ninth nationally, the University of Memphis women’s soccer program is now a force to be reckoned with on a national level. Asked what his one lasting impression on the program would be and why in 2000, Monaghan responded, “I would like my student-athletes to know that I gave everything I had to make this program better. I would want the young ladies to leave here know-

ing that they not only grew as players, but also as people.” Monaghan, the 2007 and 2011 Conference USA Coach of the Year, has seen the Lady Tigers program flourish on and off the field since his tenure began back in 2000. The squad has claimed fivestraight National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Awards, the 2009 C-USA Sport Academic Award, 14 CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District IV selections and four NSCAA/Adidas Scholar All-Americans. Since Monaghan’s first season in 2000, the team has not posted a composite grade-point average below 3.1. The Lady Tigers have claimed five-straight C-USA Championships en route the program’s first five trips to the NCAA Tournament, 13 C-USA Player of the Year honorees, 31 All-C-USA honorees and 14 All-C-USA Freshman team selections. Under the guidance of Monaghan, the program has five All-Americans and a Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award winner. “The most important thing we can do as coaches is try to prepare young people for success later in life,” Monaghan said. “Soccer is important to me,

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Monaghan’s Coaching Career Year School 2000 Memphis 2001 Memphis 2002 Memphis 2003 Memphis 2004 Memphis 2005 Memphis 2006 Memphis 2007 Memphis 2008 Memphis 2009 Memphis 2010 Memphis 2011 Memphis Career Record

Record 9-11-0 5-13-1 9-10-1 5-10-3 11-8-0 12-7-0 11-6-3 17-4-1 15-5-2 16-7-0 15-4-3 22-1-1 147-86-15

Pct. Conf. Record .450 3-8-0 .289 3-7-0 .475 5-5-0 .361 2-7-1 .578 5-5-0 .631 6-3-0 .625 6-2-2 .795 7-1-1 .727 8-2-1 .696 8-3-0 .786 7-1-3 .938 10-0-1 .623 70-44-9

Conf. Finish 9th/12 (C-USA) T9th/14 (C-USA) T8th/14 (C-USA) 13th/14 (C-USA) 7th/14 (C-USA) 5th/12 (C-USA) 3rd/12 (C-USA) T1st/12 (C-USA) T1st/12 (C-USA) 3rd/12 (C-USA) 2nd/11 (C-USA) 1st/11 (C-USA)

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and I want to win. However, the foundation of our program is the student-athlete.” In 2011, Memphis climbed as high as third in the national polls, the highest ranking for the program. The 2011 squad surged through the non-conference schedule with a 7-0 mark and won the C-USA title with a 100-1 record. The squad advanced to the NCAA Tournament second round, suffering its lone loss of the season to stand at 181-14619 all-time entering the 2012 season. Monaghan reached the 125win plateau in 2010 with a 1-0 victory over No. 24 UCF in the C-USA Championship match. He sits at 147 career wins entering the 2012 season. A sign that a program is among the nation’s elite is its ability to win on the road, and under Monaghan’s guidance, the Lady Tigers have done just that in recent years. Monaghan has led Memphis to a 41-9-4 road mark the past six seasons, helping the Lady Tigers putting their stamp on the national soccer scene. Prior to taking the head coaching duties, Monaghan served as the goalkeeping coach for former coach Les Szabo. As the primary goalkeepers coach, Monaghan was a vital part of Szabo’s staff during the program’s first four seasons. When Monaghan became the Lady Tigers goalkeepers coach, he was already familiar with the demands of running a successful college soccer program, having enjoyed tremendous success during his playing career at Memphis. The former goalkeeper still holds school records for single-season shutouts (11) and career shutouts (24). His 298 career saves rank second all-time, and he is second in single-season goals-against average (0.80).

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Brooks Monaghan Year at Memphis: ............................. 13th Birthdate: .....................................Aug. 10 Hometown: .................... Memphis, Tenn. Alma Mater: ....................Memphis, 1994

Coaching Highlights • • • • •

2007 and 2011 C-USA Coach of the Year C-USA Championship: 2007, 2008, 2011 C-USA Tournament Titles: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 School’s First Five NCAA College Cup Appearances 2009 C-USA SAAC Coaches Choice Award

College Highlights • • • • • • •

Memphis All-Time Winningest Goalkeeper (38 Career Wins) Memphis Career Shutout Leader (24 Shutouts) 1992 All-Great Midwest Conference 1993 Great Midwest Conference Championship MVP Three-Year Letterman at the University of Memphis (1991-93) One-Year Letterman at the University of Evansville (1990) U-20 U.S. National Team

Professional Career • • •

1995 New Orleans Gamblers (USISL) 1996 New Orleans Gamblers (USISL) 2002 Memphis Express

He was named first team All-Great Midwest Conference in 1992 after helping lead the Tigers to a share of a conference title. In 1993, Monaghan was the Defensive MVP of the league’s championship game, helping the Tigers to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance. His 38 wins at goalkeeper still stand as the school record. “To be a part of Memphis from so many different angles — first as a player, then as an assistant and now as a head coach — has been wonderful,” Monaghan said. “I grew up here, and I’ve always loved the city and the school. Now I get to be a part of building a winning program at my alma mater, and that’s a dream come true.”

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts A former prep standout at Christian Brothers High School in Memphis, Monaghan’s collegiate play earned him a spot on the U.S. U20 National Squad. Monaghan also played professionally, spending two seasons with the New Orleans Gamblers from 1995-96 and one with the Memphis Express in 2002. A Memphis native, Monaghan received a bachelor’s degree in business management from Memphis in 1994. He is single and resides in Collierville.

Assistant Coach Jonny Walker Jonny Walker Year at Memphis: ............................... 4th Birthdate: ....................................Sept. 13 Hometown: .................... Memphis, Tenn. Alma Mater: .................... Louisville, 2007 Wife: . ........................................... Shauna Children:................................. Seth, Adam

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Bridget VanLandeghem Academic Advisor

Sam Watson Manager

Jake Schwartz Marketing

Danielle Mayeaux Manager

Mark Taylor Athletics Communications

and a 0.46 goals-against average. Under Walker’s guidance, KuharPitters was named an NSCAA AllAmerican second team selection, the first goalkeeper in program history to be named an All-American honored. As a professional, Walker was a member of Universidad Catolica’s championship team in Chile’s first division in 2002, and also played in multiple Copa Libertadores tournaments. He finished his South American career with Colo Colo, the only Chilean club to ever win Copa Libertadores. Walker’s most recent professional stop was with the MLS’s Columbus Crew, where he won the team’s 2005 Defensive Player of the Year Award after finishing second in MLS with a 1.12 GAA. From 2003-05, Walker played with MLS’s NY/NJ MetroStars, and in 2003, he became the third goalkeeper in MLS history to finish a season with a sub-1.00 GAA with a league-best 0.95 GAA. In 2004, Walker started and played

Walker’s Coaching Experience Years 2009-present

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Memphis native and longtime professional goalkeeping star Jonny Walker joined Coach Brooks Monaghan’s staff in 2009. Walker brings with him more than a decade of record-setting professional experience, including becoming the first American soccer player to establish a successful professional career in South America (Chile) and completing two different stints in Major League Soccer (MLS). “We are extremely fortunate to have Jonny on our staff here at the University of Memphis,” Monaghan said. “His experience playing for teams in MLS, Chile, and the national teams is something that is very hard to find.” Walker has consistently groomed success in goalkeepers, as in each of the four years he has produced at least one school record. In 2009, the trio of keepers combined for a record 12 shutouts. In 2010, the squad posted a second-straight, sub-1.00 goalsagainst average, the first time in program history. The trend continued as Elise Kuhar-Pitters posted records with 15 shutouts

2005 Columbus Crew Defensive Player of the Year 2004 U.S. National Team member Member of Universidad C