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Contents THIS IS FROG GOLF Table of Contents...................................................................................................................................1 2009-10 Roster/Schedule....................................................................................................................2 2009-10 Spring Outlook.......................................................................................................................3 Winning Tradition...............................................................................................................................4-5 TCU’s Team Focus...............................................................................................................................6-7 Horned Frog Tradition......................................................................................................................8-9 Coaching Excellence....................................................................................................................10-11 Academic Success.........................................................................................................................12-13 Inside The Metroplex...................................................................................................................14-15 Out on the Course.........................................................................................................................16-17 First-Class Travel................................................................................................................................... 18 Future of Facilities............................................................................................................................... 19 Sports Medicine................................................................................................................................... 20 Strength & Conditioning.................................................................................................................. 21 Texas Christian University..........................................................................................................22-23 Campus Growth.............................................................................................................................24-25 Community Service............................................................................................................................ 26 MEET THE 2009-10 TCU HORNED FROGS Head Coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin..........................................................................................28-29 Assistant Coach Lori Tate/Support Staff...................................................................................... 30 2010 TCU Seniors................................................................................................................................. 31 Valentine Derrey............................................................................................................................32-33 Megan O’Donnell..........................................................................................................................34-35 Prisela Campbell.................................................................................................................................. 36 Allyson Ferguson................................................................................................................................. 37 Melissa Loh............................................................................................................................................ 38 Brooke Beeler........................................................................................................................................ 39 Rachel Raastad..................................................................................................................................... 40 Katy Cardno........................................................................................................................................... 41 Louise Kristersson............................................................................................................................... 42 HISTORY AND RECORDS 2008-09 Review..............................................................................................................................44-45 2009 Fall Recap..................................................................................................................................... 46 Where Are They Now?........................................................................................................................ 47 NCAA Championships History..................................................................................................48-49 Frogs on the LPGA Tour..................................................................................................................... 50 1983 NCAA Championship.............................................................................................................. 51 All-Time Conference Tournament History.................................................................................. 52 Year-By-Year Results Under Ravaioli-Larkin.........................................................................53-54 Team Records........................................................................................................................................ 55 Individual Records.............................................................................................................................. 56 TCU Honor Roll...............................................................................................................................57-58 TCU Endowed Scholarships............................................................................................................. 58 All-Time Letterwinners...................................................................................................................... 59 Compliance Information................................................................................................................... 60 ON THE COVER: 2009-10 TCU women’s golf team (clockwise from bottom): Melissa Loh, Prisela Campbell, Brooke Beeler, Louise Kristersson, Rachel Raastad, Megan O’Donnell, Valentine Derrey, Katy Cardno and Allyson Ferguson.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location............................................................................................Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment.............................................................................................................. 8,853 Founded................................................................................................................... 1873 Nickname................................................................................................Horned Frogs Colors.................................................................................................Purple and White Affiliation.............................................................................................NCAA Division I Conference..........................................................................................Mountain West Chancellor...................................................................................... Dr. Victor Boschini Athletics Director.............................................................................. Chris Del Conte COACHING STAFF Head Coach.................................................Angie Ravaioli-Larkin (16th season) Alma Mater................................................................................................... SMU, 1989 Office Phone........................................................................................ (817) 257-7941 E-Mail..................................................................................................a.larkin@tcu.edu Assistant Coach......................................................................Lori Tate (3rd season) Alma Mater.................................................................................................... TCU, 2002 Office Phone........................................................................................ (817) 257-5839 E-Mail..................................................................................... l.a.sutherland@tcu.edu WOMEN’S TEAM INFORMATION 2009 MWC Championship Finish...................................................................... 2nd 2009 NCAA Regionals Finish.............................................................................T-4th 2009 NCAA Championships Finish.................................................................. 18th TCU MEDIA RELATIONS Director/Women’s Golf Contact.........................................................Mark Cohen Office Phone........................................................................................ (817) 257-5394 Cell Phone............................................................................................ (817) 343-2017 E-mail...............................................................................................m.cohen@tcu.edu Mailing Address...............................................................................TCU Box 297600 ..................................................................................................... Fort Worth, TX 76129 Overnight Address...................................................................2900 Stadium Drive ..................................................................................................... Fort Worth, TX 76129 Web Site........................................................................................ www.GoFrogs.com Mountain West Conference Web site................................www.TheMWC.com Please, Just TCU Though the TCU Department of Athletics is a proud and integral part of Texas Christian University, it desires to be recognized simply as TCU (acronym only) Athletics. Therefore, we respectfully urge that the university’s teams be identified with an appropriate appellation - TCU. In subsequent references of the same presentation, the team may be referred to by nickname - Horned Frogs. A shorter version of the nickname, Frogs, is acceptable in later usage. Thank you for your cooperation. CREDITS: The 2009-10 TCU Women’s Golf Media Guide was written by Director of Media Relations Mark Cohen. Design and layout assistance from Assistant Director Andy Anderson and Graduate Assistant Jaime Handy. Additional assistance from Deanna Damon, Joe Monaco and the TCU women’s golf coaching staff. Covers were designed by Assistant Director Matt Hoover. Photography was provided by David S. Irvin Photography and Michael Clements. Printing by Cockrell Enovation of Fort Worth, Texas.

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ANNUAL PAST AND PRESENT THANKSGIVING CELEBRATION (left to right): Brooke Beeler, Megan O’Donnell, Valentine Derrey, Allyson Ferguson, Melissa Loh, Rachel Raastad, Prisela Campbell, Katy Cardno, Head Coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin, Assistant Coach Lori Tate, Louise Kristersson.

2009-10 WOMEN’S GOLF Roster Name Brooke Beeler Prisela Campbell Katy Cardno Valentine Derrey Allyson Ferguson Louise Kristersson Melissa Loh Megan O’Donnell Rachel Raastad

Class So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So.

Exp. 1L 2L HS 3L 2L HS 2L 3L 1L

Swing RH RH RH RH RH RH RH LH RH

Hometown (Previous School) Butler, Ill. (Hillsboro HS) Fort Worth, Texas (Fossil Ridge HS) Sugar Land, Texas (Clements HS) Paris, France (Lycee Pascal) Houston, Texas (Clear Lake HS) Skivarp, Sweden (National High School of Golf ) Singapore (Xinmin Secondary) Houston, Texas (Memorial HS) Asker, Norway (Norwegian School of Elite Sports)

Head Coach: Angie Ravaioli-Larkin (SMU, 1989) -- 16th season Assistant Coach: Lori Tate (TCU, 2002) -- Third season

2009-10 schedule

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MARCH

6-8 19-20

SEPTEMBER Hooters Collegiate Match Play Championships UNM Dick McGuire Invitational

Daytona Beach, Fla. Albuquerque, N.M.

12-14 26-28

Tiger/Wave Invitational Betsy Rawls Invitational

5-6 16-18 26-28

OCTOBER Windy City Classic Mercedes Benz Collegiate Championships Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown

Chicago, Ill. Knoxville, Tenn. Las Vegas, Nev.

15-17

APRIL Mountain West Conference Championships NCAA Regionals NCAA Championships

8-10 22-23

FEBRUARY Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge Central District Invitational

6-8 18-21

Los Angeles, Calif. Parrish, Fla.

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MAY

New Orleans, La. Austin, Texas Seaside, Calif. TBA Wilmington, N.C.

This is TCU CONTINUING A PROUD TRADITION The TCU women’s golf team will be looking for its 15th consecutive NCAA postseason appearance in 2010. The Frogs lost only two players from last season’s roster, although none from a lineup that produced the program’s 11th top-20 finish. Among the returnees are two seniors, including 2008 NGCA and Golfweek All-American Valentine Derrey.

SENIORS

The experienced duo of Valentine Derrey (pictured) and Megan O’Donnell represent the Frogs’ senior class. Derrey, a 2008 National Golf Coaches Association and Golfweek All-American, led the team with a 74.75 stroke average in 2008-09. The Paris, France, native was named to the All-Mountain West Conference team for the third straight year, finishing with three top-10 finishes as well as a 13th place result at the NCAA West Regional Championships. Derrey recorded a 75.14 stroke average during the fall 2009 season and claimed a top-15 finish at the Windy City Classic. O’Donnell has made appearances in 15 tournaments during her career, including the 2007 NCAA National Championships. The Houston native competed in two tournaments in the fall, recording a top-20 finish at the Dick McGuire Invitational.

JUNIORS

A solid trio of juniors, Allyson Ferguson, Prisela Campbell and Melissa Loh (pictured), have been a strong foundation for the Frogs’ success. The three juniors have appeared in a combined 57 tournaments during their time at TCU, combining to post five top-10 finishes and 14 top-25 results. Campbell garnered All-Mountain West Conference accolades and finished ninth in the league in scoring average with a 75.84 mark last season. Loh has been named an All-America Scholar each of her first two seasons at TCU. The talented junior class provides plenty of experience for a Frog squad looking for its 15th consecutive NCAA postseason appearance.

SOPHOMORES

The sophomore class of Brooke Beeler (pictured) and Rachel Raastad provide a wealth of experience and talent to the Frogs. Beeler recorded three top-10 finishes during the 2008-09 campaign, including a second-place effort at the Windy City Classic and fourth overall at the Mountain West Conference Championships. Raastad posted two top-10 finishes and earned All-Mountain West Conference honors as a freshman in 2008-09. She finished sixth in the Mountain West in scoring average with a 75.04. The Norwegian finished 30th overall at the NCAA National Championships. Raastad recorded two more top-5 finishes and six rounds of par or better during the 2009 fall campaign.

FRESHMEN

Louise Kristersson (pictured) and Katy Cardno make up the freshman class for the Frogs. Kristersson competed in two tournaments in the fall, recording her best finish at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown. Cardno, a Sugar Land, Texas, native, will be in the mix for tournament action this spring.

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A HISTORY OF SUCCESS TCU women’s golf has a proud tradition. The Horned Frogs won the 1983 national title and have made 11 trips to the NCAA Championship. TCU is currently working on a streak of 14 consecutive NCAA postseason appearances. A staple of TCU women’s golf throughout the years has been the excellent players developed in the program. Led by Angela Stanford, the Frogs are well represented on the professional level. TCU has captured championships in four different conferences. TCU has produced six LPGA Tour members, seven All-Americans, 22 All-America Scholars and 45 all-conference selections in its storied history.

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This is Frog Golf TCU ACHIEVEMENTS UNDER RAVAIOLI-LARKIN ALL-AMERICA GOLFERS Year

Player

1997

Angela Stanford

Second

Team

1998

Angela Stanford

Second

1999

Angela Stanford

Second

2000

Angela Stanford

2004

Brooke Tull

2007

Catherine Matranga

2008

Valentine Derrey

First Third Third Second

ALL-CONFERENCE GOLFERS

A HISTORY OF WINNING

4TCU won the 1983 national championship. It was the first national title for a Horned Frog athletic team since football was voted No. 1 at the conclusion of the 1938 season. 4TCU’s last two conference championships (2002 Conference USA, 2007 MWC) have seen the Frogs rally from six-stroke deficits entering the final round. 4The Frogs rallied from a final round six-stroke deficit to win the 2007 Mountain West Conference Championship. Freshman Valentine Derrey, who placed second individually, and senior Elin Emanuelsson led TCU’s late charge with final-round 73s. 4Former women’s golfers Marci Bozarth and Kris Tschetter were the first two Horned Frog female athletes to be inducted into the TCU Lettermen’s Association Hall of Fame. 4TCU has won three championships in three different conferences over the past 12 years. The Frogs won the 2002 Conference USA title, 1998 Western Athletic Conference Tournament and 2007 MWC Championship. TCU was also the 1983 Southwest Conference champion.

4TCU shot a season-low 290 in the final round to win the 2002 Conference USA championship. Behind individual medalist Brooke Tull’s course record 69, the Frogs overcame a six-stroke final-round deficit. TCU’s 886 established a Conference USA record for 54-hole scoring, while Tull set a new league record with her 1-under 215. 4Four-time TCU All-American Angela Stanford surpassed the $1 million mark in season earnings for the first time in her eight-year career. She collected her fourth LPGA victory, winning the SBS Open in Kahuku, Hawai’i, last season. 4TCU women’s golf has made 14 consecutive NCAA postseason appearances, the second-longest streak of any Horned Frog athletics team.

Year

Player

1997

Angela Stanford

Fr. of Year

Honor

1998

Susan Horton

First team

Angela Stanford

First team

1999

Angela Stanford

First team

2000

Angela Stanford

First team

Lori Sutherland

First team

Shannon Barr

Fr. of Year

2001

Shannon Barr

First team

Jennifer Patterson

2nd team

Brenda Anderson

2nd team

Courtney Wood

Fr. of Year

2002

Brooke Tull

First team

Golfer of Year

Shannon Barr

2nd team

4The Frogs defeated Tulsa, the nation’s top-ranked team, to win the 1998 WAC championship. It was TCU’s first league title since 1983 in the Soutwest Conference.

2003

Brooke Tull

First team

D’Rae Ward

4A TCU record 21-stroke victory was set when the Frogs captured the 2005 Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational at Kansas State.

2004

Camille Blackerby

Golfer of year 2nd team

First team

Brooke Tull

First team

Golfer of Year

2005

Camille Blackerby

First team

Catherine Matranga

2nd team

D’Rae Ward

2nd team

Elisa Gomez

Fr. team

Stacey Bieber

2007

Camille Blackerby

First team

Valentine Derrey

First team

Catherine Matranga First team

2008

Valentine Derrey

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Tourn. team

First team

Co-Golfer of Year

2009

Prisela Campbell

First team

Valentine Derrey

First team

Rachel Raastad

First team

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TCU’S TEAM FOCUS The TCU women’s golfers are a close-knit group. Their tight bond beyond the golf course is strengthened through several team activities, including a ropes course, bowling, football tailgating and dressing up in costumes when they travel over Halloween. Team camaraderie is a strength of each year’s squad. “There are new challenges every year, but synergy, energy and how we work together is important even though it is an individual sport. This is one of the only chances you get to compete as a team,” head coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin said. “We want to win individually and we want to win as a team. ‘Together We Are One!’”

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This is Frog Golf TEAM ACTIVITIES ROPES COURSE The first major team activity of the year for TCU women’s golf is taking part in a ropes course. Designed to build on team chemistry, the ropes course provides each member of the Frogs an opportunity to get to know each other in a different light away from the links. TEAM DINNERS The Frog players make a point to gather monthly for a team dinner that allows everyone a chance to take a break from the grind of school and playing competitive golf on a daily basis. The meals sometimes feature each player providing a favorite dish of their own.

TEAM MISSION Together We Are One!

NICKNAMES A trademark of the TCU women’s golf program is the individual nicknames each player receives. Careful thought and observation goes into that process. A player’s personality or funny actions help the coaching staff identify the moniker each Frog will forever be known by. HALLOWEEN One of the more popular traditions and activities for TCU women’s golf occurs when traveling at Halloween. Each Frog will draw a name and be in charge of dressing up their chosen teammate. All the players will then select costumes for the coaching staff. TEAM BANQUET The Frogs’ annual end-of-year banquet is more of a victory party and celebration. Team awards are distributed, while the seniors are honored for their contributions over the last four years to the program.

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HORNED FROG TRADITION Tradition runs deep at TCU, and it all begins with the Horned Frog. Some say the frog was chosen as the school’s mascot because the football practice field was overrun with the small, spiny lizards. Others say its feisty attitude simply matched the tough frontier spirit shown by TCU itself. Other school traditions include TCU’s school colors, purple and white. The former represents royalty, the latter a clean game. Swaying while singing the alma mater is a must. So is learning how to do the Horned Frog hand sign. (Make a peace sign. Now fold those two fingers.) And new students may not have any idea what Riff, Ram, Bah Zoo means now, but they’ll soon discover that it’s one of the oldest cheers in the country.

WHAT THE HECK IS A HORNED FROG? 1. The scientific name for this Texas reptile is phrynosoma cornutum; in Greek, phrynos means “a toad” and soma means “body”; in Latin, cornutus means “horned.” 2. Their primary diet is red harvester ants; they eat 80 to 100 a day. 3. The typical horned frog is three to five inches long. 4. Horned frogs are cold-blooded and have an unusual pineal gland, resembling a “third eye” on the top of the head, which zoologists believe is part of their system of thermoregulation. 5. When angered or frightened, horned frogs can squirt a fine, four-foot stream of blood from their eyes. 6. The horned frog was named the State Reptile of Texas in 1992.

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This is Frog Golf TCU TRADITIONS 4The Horned Frog (actually a lizard) has been TCU’s mascot longer than TCU has been the university’s name. Four students helped make the decision in 1897, when AddRan Christian University (renamed TCU in 1902) was located in Waco. In 1980, ESPN named the Horned Frog the nation’s No. 1 mascot -- it’s definitely one of the country’s most unique mascots. 4Riff Ram Bah Zoo is one of the oldest cheers in the country. 4Got a test? Rub the nose of the Horned Frog sculpture in the center of campus for luck. 4Each member of the TCU women’s golf team has a nickname -- “The nicknames are a lot of fun because coming in as freshmen we didn’t know what to expect,” said Valentine Derrey (Tiny Tot). “I think we are the only team in the country with nicknames, which makes us feel unique.” 4“The football games were absolutely my favorite team tradition,” said former TCU women’s golfer Kelli Montigel. “All the girls go together. We sit in the front row and scream as loud as we can.” 4TCU’s colors, purple and white. The former represents royalty, the latter a clean game. 4HALLOWEEN FUN! Dressing up teammates and coaches in costume while traveling during Halloween is a favorite tradition on the women’s golf team. 4THANKSGIVING DINNER - Past and present players come together each year for a potluck dinner to give thanks and celebrate TCU women’s golf! 4HAPPY HOLIDAYS! Coach Larkin has the team to her house for a Christmas dinner. Coach and CT spend days making the appetizers, dinner and dessert for an evening of games and Secret Santa amongst the players. 4Spirit is supplied at every sporting event at TCU by the Showgirls, cheerleaders and SuperFrog.

ALMA MATER

FIGHT SONG CHANT

FIGHT SONG

Hail all hail, TCU Memories Sweet, Comrades True Light of Faith, Follow Through Praise to Thee, TCU

F-R-O-G-S F-I-G-H-T Purple, White, Horned Frogs Fight Victory, Victory, Right, Right, Right Rah, Rah TCU! Rah, Rah, TCU F-R-O-G-S F-I-G-H-T Go, Go, Horned Frogs Go TCU Frogs Fight

We’ll raise a song, both loud and long To cheer our team to victory For TCU, so tried and true, We pledge eternal loyalty. Rah, Rah, TCU! Fight on boys, fight, with all your might Roll up the scores for TCU

RIFF, RAM, BAH ZOO Riff, Ram, Bah Zoo Lickety, Lickety, Zoo, Zoo Who, Wah, Wah, Who Give ‘em hell, TCU

Hail white and purple flag whose heroes never lag, Horned Frog, we are all for you!

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COACHING EXCELLENCE Angie Ravaioli-Larkin is a fixture on campus and synonymous with TCU women’s golf. Under her leadership, the Frogs have made 14 consecutive NCAA postseason appearances. Ravaioli-Larkin’s impact is also seen in the classroom with 18 All-America Scholars in her 16-year tenure. Lori Tate, a former TCU standout, is in her third season as assistant coach at her alma mater. “Coach Angie played an instrumental role not only in my success as a collegiate golfer, but in the professional world,” current LPGA golfer Brooke Tull said. “The skills on and, more importantly, off the golf course that she instilled in me will always be a part of who I am and what I stand for.”

RAVAIOLI-LARKIN BREAKDOWN Year 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

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YEAR-BY-YEAR League Finish 5th - SWC 5th - SWC 4th - WAC 1st - WAC 2nd - WAC 2nd - WAC 2nd - WAC 1st - Conference USA 2nd - Conference USA 2nd - Conference USA 2nd - Conference USA 4th - MWC 1st - MWC 4th - MWC 2nd - MWC

NCAA Finish DNQ Regionals 12th Regionals 17th 20th Regionals Regionals Regionals Regionals Regionals Regionals 11th 17th 18th

Year 1996 1997 1997 1998 2000 2002 2003 2005 2005 2007 2007

TOURNAMENT TITLES Tournament Colorado State/Wyoming Fall Classic Betsy Rawls Invitational Dick McGuire Invitational Western Athletic Conference Championships Midwest Classic Conference USA Championships Waterlefe/USF Invitational Lady Boilermaker Invitational Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational Mountain West Conference Championships Lady Paladin Invitational

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Score 895 938 900 924 936 886 898 898 869 903 896

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I am so thankful I had the oppor tunit y to play for Coach Angie and TCU. I t is something I will forever cher ish!

RAVAIOLI-LARKIN BY THE NUMBERS

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LPGA golfers coached

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All-America selections coached

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-Brooke Tull ( b el o w )

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tournament wins

consecutive postseason appearances

years as Head Coach

All-America Scholars

All-Conference selections

All of the schools I visited had wonder ful programs, but Coach Angie was the difference maker for me. I could feel how energetic and passionate she was about winning and I wanted to be a par t of such a positive environment. -Angela Stanford ( a b o ve )

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HEAD OF THE CLASS Before practice, before the driving range, before the practice green, there are the books. Up early, up late, TCU student-athletes strive for excellence in the classroom, just as they do on the playing field. In the 2008-09 academic year, the women’s golf team posted a 3.1 GPA. The entire TCU Athletics Department exemplifies academic excellence. In the Fall 2009 semester, TCU student-athletes posted a cumulative gradepoint average of 2.975. It was the highest mark since reporting began in Fall 1998. Fifty-eight percent of student-athletes were at 3.0 or better, while 15 teams recorded a team GPA of 3.0 or higher.

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ABE MARTIN ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT CENTER The newest addition to TCU’s academic support services is the Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center, part of the Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex attached to Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. The new facility features seven individual tutor rooms and a spacious computer lab (above right) with 32 deskop machines, in addition to a 120-seat educational learning center featuring the latest technology and teaching tools. The Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center pairs with the Davis Academic Learning Center (below), located in the Justin Center, to give TCU one of the finest sets of academic facilities in the nation. Included among a five-person TCU Academic Services staff is assistant director Judy Golden (above left with Rachel Raastad and graduated Frog Christine Schams), who helps assist Frog women’s golfers in their academic pursuits.

ABOUT ACADEMIC SERVICES The Athletic Academic Services Office (AASO), located in the Davis Academic Learning Center and the new Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center, offers exceptional academic support services for all Horned Frog studentathletes. The AASO is client-centered in its objectives and goals as it provides an environment conducive to academic achievement and personal development. Life Skills programming ensures that student-athletes receive a well-rounded academic experience and are prepared for the challenges after TCU. In addition to five full-time staff members, the AASO also utilizes the help of two graduate assistants and five undergrad student workers in addition to a pool of 50-plus tutors who provide at least 200 weekly sessions.

ACADEMIC HONORS Among the more highly honored Frogs for work in the classroom last season were (from left to right) Melissa Loh, Valentine Derrey and Rachel Raastad. Each Frog was named Academic All-MWC in the summer of 2009. Loh earned several other honors, including the MWC Scholar-Athlete and Arthur Ashe Sports Scholar Awards. She also became the 18th player named to the National Golf Coaches Association’s All-America Scholar Team in head coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin’s 15 years with the Horned Frogs.

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HEART OF THE METROPLEX Fort Worth continues to wear its cowboy heritage and exude a prop-your-feet-up-and-stay-awhile spirit. Smiles and nods are the norm. Optimism, like a friendly handshake, is undeniable. Yet as much as Fort Worth began on the open range, it thrives more today as a cosmopolitan city. It marries a proud cowboy heritage with a distinct sophistication that sets the city apart. Downtown itself is only five miles from campus. Sundance Square invites patrons to enjoy the 20-block entertainment and shopping venue. Where else can you take your pick of more than 25 upscale eateries, see a movie, attend a play, listen to a symphony or dance under the stars – all within walking distance of each other? Fort Worth connects with nearby Dallas and other surrounding communities for what is simply known as the “Metroplex,” which boasts a total population of more than 6.1 million to form the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the United States.

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This is Frog Golf DFW QUICK FACTS 4Fort Worth ranks No. 1 among fastest growing cities in Texas; 18th nationally (ranked by CNNmoney.com). 4There are four professional sports teams in DFW (Cowboys, Mavericks, Rangers and Stars). 4Fort Worth is also home to minor league baseball’s Fort Worth Cats. 4There are 21 malls in DFW. 4There are 13 movie theaters in Fort Worth and the surrounding areas. 4There are more than 350 restaurants in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. 4An average of 1,150 commercial flights fly in and out of DFW International Airport on a daily basis (to at least 85 cities a day). 4There are 22 airlines that fly in and out of DFW Airport. 4There are approximately 1,500 churches in Dallas/Fort Worth. 4Dallas/Fort Worth is made up of 12 counties (TCU is located in Tarrant County). 4The Metroplex’s total population of nearly 6.1 million residents ranks No. 4 among the top metropolitan areas in the United States. 4There are just under 600,000 people living in Fort Worth. 4The land area of Fort Worth is 293 square miles. 4Approximately 7.5 million people visit Fort Worth each year, bringing $900 million to the local economy. 4Fort Worth is home to Billy Bob’s, the largest honky-tonk in the world. The inside of this landmark is three acres.

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ON THE COURSE TCU women’s golf has as many top courses to regularly play as any program in the nation. The Frogs utilize several local country clubs as their home course. Foremost among that group and walking distance from campus is Colonial Country Club, site of the PGA’s annual Crowne Plaza Invitational. Fort Worth is renown for its number of award-winning golf courses and great weather which invites year-round play. Former TCU golfer and current LPGA star Angela Stanford said, “The TCU golf programs are extremely fortunate to have access to all of the elite golf courses in Fort Worth. Each and every golf course has something different to offer and allows preparation for any type of tournament course.”

COLONIAL COUNTRY CLUB Founded in 1936 by Marvin Leonard, Colonial Country Club is one of the nation’s more famous and prestigious golf courses. It serves as host each year of the Crowne Plaza Invitational, the longest-running PGA Tour event to be held at the same site. The course hosted the 1941 U.S. Open, the 1975 Tournament Players Championship and 1991 U.S. Women’s Open.

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DIAMOND OAKS COUNTRY CLUB LEONARD GOLF LINKS Leonard Golf Links has 62 Tiff Bermuda grass driving stations and 12 target greens with bunkers. It has a newly-expanded Short Game Area with enlarged and renovated bunkers and a 10,000 square-foot bent grass Putting Green.

RIDGLEA COUNTRY CLUB Located in the prestigious Western quadrant of Fort Worth, Ridglea Country Club is unmatched in its claim for greatness. It offers not one, but two 18-hole golf courses to provide the ultimate in country club environments.

A classic Texas country club experience, Diamond Oaks Country Club is as beautiful as it is challenging. This stately course meanders along creeks and streams. Diamond Oaks’ traditional and challenging layout provides an enjoyable experience for all golfers. The back tees demand length and artful attention to shot making, while the forward tees provide a playable alternative for players of any ability level.

MIRA VISTA GOLF CLUB The masterful Mira Vista course is the creation of golf professional Tom Weiskopf and golf course architect Jay Morrish. Their efforts have resulted in the design and construction of one of the most outstanding chapionship courses anywhere. Native plants give Mira Vista an extraordinary park-like feel.

RIVER CREST COUNTRY CLUB

SHADY OAKS COUNTRY CLUB

Located in one of Fort Worth’s most exclusive neighborhoods, the River Crest Country Club has an 18-hole “River Crest” course that features 6,368 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 70.8 and it has a slope rating of 132 on Bermuda grass.

Home of legendary golfer Mr. Ben Hogan, this Championship par 71 golf course boasts unparalleled bent grass greens. Shady Oaks has hosted numerous prestigious events, with the most recent being the 2009 Senior Men’s Amateur.

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FIRST-CLASS TRAVEL Four-time TCU All-American and current LPGA standout Angela Stanford (above) made a major commitment to her alma mater by providing funding for a state-of-the-art van for team travel. The van includes individual leather reclining seats, a flat-screen television, satellite TV and radio, Wi-Fi and plenty of storage room. The exterior is decorated to provide exposure for the Horned Frogs when on the road. “Angela was not only a vital part of our team’s success during her college career, but she continues to go above and beyond for our team,” head coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin said. “This is just a huge example of her commitment to our program and dedication to TCU! Thank you Angela!”

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FUTURE OF FACILITIES TCU’s proposed Olympic Sports Complex will support 14 of TCU’s 20 sports programs -- men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s soccer, baseball, equestrian and rifle. The facility will serve as a main center of integration and networking for student-athletes from sports, which previously had no “home.” With the addition of the TCU Olympic Sports Complex, each varsity sports program will now have its own coaches’ office, locker rooms, meeting rooms, etc. The facility will include student-athlete enhancement, such as computer laptops for academic work, weight room and athletic training room. The proposed location for the facility will be adjacent to the Lupton Baseball Stadium and Williams-Reilly Field in addition to the Lowdon Track and Field Complex.

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HEALING HANDS The main objective for the TCU Athletic Training Room is to provide the highest level of athletic and sports medicine care to the student-athletes of TCU. This includes the care, prevention and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and the supervision of the nutritional and physiological needs of the student-athlete. An athletic trainer is defined as a qualified allied health care professional educated and experienced in the management of health care problems associated with sports participation. The athletic trainer works in cooperation with the physicians and other allied health care personnel for the ultimate good of the participating athlete.

WALSH TRAINING ROOM The training room in the Walsh Athletic Complex features multiple treatment tables and full-size whirlpool tanks to provide the latest techniques in care for Horned Frog student-athletes. Included among the advances is the NormaTec MVP recovery system. Used by pro teams and only a handful of college programs, the device is the very latest in cutting edge athlete recovery technology. Pictured at left are Frog golfers Megan O’Donnell (left) and Brooke Beeler (right) in the Walsh Training Room with head athletic trainer Chris Hall. The area also includes a rehabilitation room that was newly remodeled prior to the 2008 season. All-new equipment, including free-motion machines, stair climbers and exercise bikes, have been installed to help get student-athletes back on their feet. The rehab room overlooks the south end zone of Amon G. Carter Stadium.

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HORNED FROG STRONG It’s where success on the course sees its beginnings—in the weight room. TCU takes pride in providing its student-athletes with the finest strength and conditioning program possible. A staff of six full-time strength coaches and graduate assistants push Horned Frog studentathletes to become stronger, faster and more powerful while at the same time helping to avoid injury. All TCU programs utilize a massive weight room in the Walsh Athletic Complex that consists of each of the tools necessary to help the school’s student-athletes reach their full potential.

STRENTH & CONDITIONING MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the TCU Strength and Conditioning program is to provide a positive and energetic learning environment for student-athletes and coaches. The professionals will train both body and mind, creating an interest and desire for strength and conditioning. The goal is to help every student-athlete achieve an optimum physical performance level while preparing each of them for a lifetime of fitness. The field of strength and conditioning is extremely dynamic and ever-changing. The one constant in the profession is the student-athletes. The department’s number one goal is to make each student-athlete stronger, faster and more powerful.

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E XPLO R I N G TC U Texas Christian University is forging into all-new frontiers today—the explosion of technology; the reality of a global society; the wonder found in diversity; the satisfaction of understanding the world we live in and making it better. At TCU, students find small classes (a 15:1 student-to-teacher ratio), challenging and caring professors and countless ways to get involved and lead. A challenging academic environment helps individuals grow as thinkers, writers and speakers. And learning to change the world isn’t just some lofty idea. For the thousands of students who choose TCU each year, it’s what they work toward every day.

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This is Frog Golf TCU Campus Breakdown AddRan College of LIBERAL ARTS Aerospace Studies Anthropology Asian Studies* British & Colonial/Post-Colonial Studies* Classical Studies* Criminal Justice Economics English Geography History Military Science Modern Language Studies • French studies • German studies • Italian studies • Japanese studies Philosophy Political Science Pre-Law Track Pre-Major Track Religion Sociology Spanish and Hispanic Studies Women’s Studies* Neeley School of Business Business • Accounting# • Electronic Business • Entrepreneurial Management# • Finance# • Marketing# • Supply & Value Chain Mgmt. General Business* College of Science & Engineering Astronomy Biology Chemistry Child Development Computer Information Technology Computer Science Engineering • Electrical • Mechanical Environmental Earth Resources Environmental Science Geology Health Care Ethics Mathematics Neuroscience Nutritional Sciences • Coordinated Program In Dietetics • Nutrition • Food Management Physics Pre-Health Professions Track • Pre-Dentistry • Pre-Medicine • Pre-Optometry • Pre-Pharmacy • Pre-Podiatry • Pre-Veterinary Psychology Ranch Management

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College of Communication Broadcast Journalism Communication Studies International Communications • News Editorial • Global Adv./Public Relations News Editorial • Newspaper/Magazine • Periodical Design • Photojournalism Film/Television/Digital Media Strategic Communications College of Fine Arts Art Administration* Art Education Art History Classical and Contemporary Dance Fashion Merchandising Graphic Design Interior Design Music • Church Music • Music Education • Orchestra Instraments • Organ • Opera • Performance • Piano • Piano Pedagogy • Voice Presentation* Studio Art Theatre • Acting • Design • Directing • Make-Up and Hair • Musical Theatre • Stagecraft College of Education Education • Early Childhood Education • Middle School Education • Secondary Education Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences Athletic Training Habilitation of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Health and Fitness Movement Science Nursing Physical Education Psychosocial Kinesiology Social Work Speech-Language Pathology

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W H AT ’S N E W AT T C U In recent years, Texas Christian University has invested more than $500 million in new facilities and upgrades to campus classrooms, laboratories and residence halls. The individual projects have radically changed the face of the TCU campus, and further advances continue today. Individual projects recently completed include the construction of the new Brown-Lupton University Union, TCU Barnes and Noble Bookstore and Mabee Foundation Education Complex, in addition to four new student residence halls. In all, nine new facilities have been added to the campus landscape over the last two years alone.

BROWN-LUPTON UNIVERSITY UNION Better known as the BLUU, construction of the 145,000 square foot student union was completed in the fall of 2008, giving TCU students a more spacious and functional facility that serves as the beating heart of the campus. A new dining facility, auditorium, conference rooms, gift shop and student organization headquarters are some of the many services that the new union offers to TCU students, faculty and staff. The BLUU features three separate dining options, including Market Square, an 800-seat hall where TCU students can watch their food being grilled, seared, tossed or baked to order. Market Square boasts seven different varieties of cuisine from which students can select on all-you-can-eat terms.

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This is Frog Golf TCU BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSTORE The new 34,000-square-foot facility was a joint venture with Barnes & Noble, which operates as the university’s bookstore. Students can now study and meet classmates in the Starbucks lounge or purchase TCU gear across the street from campus. The bookstore is located on the corner of University Drive and W. Berry Street. The new bookstore includes expanded book sales and retail space, a lounge, reading areas, a mezzanine for textbooks, study areas and a cafe with indoor and outdoor seating.

J.E. AND L.E. MABEE FOUNDATION EDUCATION COMPLEX Renovation of the interior of the existing Bailey Building and construction of an adjoining three-story, 23,000 square-foot addition, named Betsy and Steve Palko Hall, was completed in summer 2007. The Bailey Building, constructed in 1914, was originally the home of Brite College of the Bible. It was named for West Texas pioneers Mary Ann and Robert Bailey.

RESIDENCE HALLS Four new residence halls, totaling approximately 220,000 square feet, have been added to the grounds of TCU’s campus. The TCU student housing administrative offices are located on the ground floor of Kellye Wright Samuelson Hall. Samuelson and Amon G. Carter Hall, the two northern-most buildings, were completed in summer 2007. Teresa and Luther King Hall and Mary and Robert J. Wright Hall, TCU’s most recent additions, were completed in 2008. Featured at right in her dorm room is freshman Katy Cardno.

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FROGS GIVING BACK Community service is one of the favorite traditions for members of the TCU women’s golf program. Each year, the seniors on the team pick a community outreach program. Valentine Derrey and Megan O’Donnell have chosen Tarrant Area Food Bank and First Tee of Fort Worth as this year’s community service projects. Some of the past charities the Horned Frogs have supported include the Tarrant County Food Bank, Lena Pope Home, Inc., Presbyterian Night Shelter and the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.

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Angie

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Head Coach | 16th Season | SMU ‘89 | 3 Conference Championships | 6 NCAA Championships Appearances In leading the Horned Frog women’s golf program to 14 consecutive NCAA postseason appearances, Angie Ravaioli-Larkin has become an institution at TCU. In her 16th season, Ravaioli-Larkin is the third-most tenured head coach at TCU. During her long and distinguished time on campus, she has built her program into an annual national title contender. TCU is one of just 12 programs to post three consecutive top-20 finishes at the NCAA National Championships. The Horned Frogs have appeared in three straight NCAA National Championships for the first time since 1982-84.

Frogs earned a 12th-place result at the 1997 NCAA Championship. It was the third-best all-time finish for TCU. TCU has since continued its climb in gaining national respect from the collegiate golf world by becoming a team consistently ranked among the nation’s elite. The Frogs’ success is not just something that has happened by chance. It is a reflection of the coach. Ravaioli-Larkin came to TCU knowing how to be successful on the links.

Under Ravaioli-Larkin’s watch, the Frogs have reached the NCAA Championships six times (1997, 1999, 2000, 2007, 2008, 2009) and advanced to the NCAA Regionals each season since 1996.

A four-year letterwinner at SMU, she was a two-time All-Southwest Conference selection and was instrumental in the Mustangs advancing to postseason play. As a freshman, she was the runner-up at the 1986 SWC Tournament. She won a pair of tournaments her senior year and helped lead SMU to the 1986 and 1989 NCAA Championships.

By rallying from a 6-stroke final-round deficit to capture the 2007 Mountain West Conference title, TCU won its third conference championship in a 10-year period. Making that feat even more remarkable are the titles coming in three different leagues (Western Athletic Conference, 1998; Conference USA, 2002; Mountain West Conference, 2007).

In August 1989, Ravaioli-Larkin turned professional and earned an assortment of impressive finishes. She competed in the 1992 U.S. Open and was the leading money winner on the 1991 Players West Golf Tour. Playing on the Asahi Asian Tour in 1992, Ravaioli-Larkin earned order merit honors and finished in the top 15 four times in five events.

TCU has finished first or second in 10 of its last 12 conference tournaments.

Ravaioli-Larkin, a Bedford, Texas, native, joined the TCU family in August 1994 after five years in the professional golf world. Undoubtedly known for her playing ability, she was quickly recognized for her coaching as well.

TCU has won 11 tournaments under Ravaioli-Larkin, who has produced seven All-America selections and 18 All-America Scholars. In addition, TCU has had 33 various all-conference awards and honors in her tenure. Ravaioli-Larkin has had nine former TCU players (Susan Horton, Angela Stanford, Lori Sutherland, Brooke Tull, D’Rae Ward, Catherine Matranga, Amanda Workman, Stacey Bieber and Carrie Morris) play professionally.

Ravaioli-Larkin was named the 1996 Southwest Conference Co-Coach of the Year. In 1997, she was a finalist for NCAA District VI Coach of the Year laurels after leading her team to 12th place at the national tournament. In the spring of 1998, Ravaioli-Larkin netted District Coach of the Year honors as well as Coach of the Year distinction from the Western Athletic Conference.

Upon arrival at TCU in August 1994, Ravaioli-Larkin had one goal in mind returning the women’s golf program, which won the 1983 national championship, to a level of prominence. She accomplished that goal in her fourth season, as the

These awards are remarkable achievements, but what stands out most about Ravaioli-Larkin is her heart and ability to balance tasks. She is not only a golfer and coach, but a mentor, friend and mother.

YEAR-BY-YEAR BREAKDOWN

Coach Ravaioli-Larkin and Board of Trustees member Mrs. Joan Rogers

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Year 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

Conference Finish NCAA Finish 5th - Southwest Conference DNQ 5th - Southwest Conference Regionals 4th - Western Athletic Conference 12th 1st - Western Athletic Conference Regionals 2nd - Western Athletic Conference 17th 2nd - Western Athletic Conference 20th 2nd - Western Athletic Conference Regionals 1st - Conference USA Regionals 2nd - Conference USA Regionals 2nd - Conference USA Regionals 2nd - Conference USA Regionals 4th - Mountain West Conference Regionals 1st - Mountain West Conference 11th 4th - Mountain West Conference 17th 2nd - Mountain West Conference 18th

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Ravaioli-Larkin encourages her team members to not only be the best golfers they can be but, more importantly, to be the best people they can be. She recognizes the importance of becoming a better person through both trials and successes. Ravaioli-Larkin wants her players to leave TCU with more than a great golfing career. She wants her student-athletes to graduate from college with a diploma in one hand and wonderful experiences and memories in the other. Ravaioli-Larkin’s teams have always been active members of the Fort Worth community, spending time with a number of charitable causes. She advocates that team members help with the “Reading Frogs” program. She has also developed a senior charity program in which the team’s seniors are responsible for adopting a charity of their choice. During the off-season, the team gives its time to that cause. Ravaioli-Larkin not only asks her players to serve others but also leads by example in serving on several boards and committees herself, including the National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) Educational Committee. She also leads the NGCA New Coaches Orientation. Prior to that, she served on the NGCA All-America Selection Committee and the Hall of Fame Committee from 1997-2001. In 1999, she was selected to the NCAA Regional Selection Committee.

Well respected by her peers on campus, RavaioliLarkin has served on TCU’s NCAA compliance board and was the Chair of the TCU Head Coaches Committee in the 2000-01 academic year. She also is a member of the Chancellor’s Peer Group. These commitments not only demonstrate her character, but they show her ability to “walk her talk.” On the recruiting trail, Ravaioli-Larkin seeks quality student-athletes. She strongly believes in having positive mental attitudes and wants her players to leave TCU better people, no matter how life directs them after graduation. RavaioliLarkin truly feels that TCU is more than just four years -- it is a lifetime. She understands that golf is an individual sport but expects teamwork and team spirit in order to become champions. Golfing does not stop when she leaves her players. It is a family affair. Her husband, Rob Larkin, is vice president of asset management for Pegasus Golf. They are the parents of a 12-year-old daughter, Brittney, and 8-year-old son, Braeden. The personable “Coach Angie” has her program headed into the future with NCAA titles on the mind and passion in the heart. She strives to add another NCAA championship to the lore of the TCU women’s golf program. If the past is any indication of what is to come, a national title just might be for the taking.

TCU GOLF ACHIEVEMENTS UNDER RAVAIOLI-LARKIN

Date 4/9-10, 1996 3/25-27, 1997 9/20-22, 1997 4/20-22, 1998 2/25-27, 2000 4/19-21, 2002 3/16-18, 2003 4/9-10, 2005 10/10-11, 2005 4/19-21, 2007 10/19-21, 2007

Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 2004 2007 2008

TOURNAMENT WINS

Tournament Score Colorado. State/Wyoming Fall Classic 895 Betsy Rawls Invitational 938 Dick McGuire Invitational 900 WAC Championships 924 Midwest Classic 936 Conference USA Championships 886 Waterlefe/USF Invitational 898 Lady Boilermaker Invitational 898 Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational 869 MWC Championship 903 Lady Paladin Invitational 896

ALL-AMERICAN GOLFERS Player Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Brooke Tull Catherine Matranga Valentine Derrey

Team Second team Second team Second team First team Third team Third team Second team

ALL-AMERICA SCHOLARS/ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

Year Player 1999 Brenda Anderson 2000 Brenda Anderson 2000 Jennifer Patterson 2001 Brenda Anderson 2001 Jennifer Patterson 2002 Jennifer Patterson 2003 Shannon Barr 2003 Traci Robison 2004 Stacey Bieber 2004 Camille Blackerby 2004 Traci Robison 2005 Stacey Bieber 2005 Camille Blackerby 2006 Stacey Bieber 2006 Camille Blackerby 2007 Camille Blackerby 2008 Melissa Loh 2009 Melissa Loh

Team NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA CoSIDA/NGCA NGCA NGCA

ALL-CONFERENCE GOLFERS

Year Player 1997 Angela Stanford 1998 Susan Horton Angela Stanford 1999 Angela Stanford 2000 Angela Stanford Lori Sutherland Shannon Barr 2001 Shannon Barr Jennifer Patterson Brenda Anderson Courtney Wood 2002 Brooke Tull Shannon Barr 2003 Brooke Tull D’Rae Ward 2004 Camille Blackerby Brooke Tull 2005 Camille Blackerby Catherine Matranga D’Rae Ward Elisa Gomez Stacey Bieber 2007 Camille Blackerby Valentine Derrey Catherine Matranga 2008 Valentine Derrey 2009 Prisela Campbell Valentine Derey Rache Raastad

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Honor Freshman of the Year First team First team First team First team First team Freshman of the Year First team Second team Second team Freshman of the Year First team Golfer of the Year Second team First team Golfer of the Year Second team First team Freshman team First team Golfer of the Year First team Second team Second team Freshman team Tournament team First team First team First team First team Co-Golfer of the Year First team First team First team

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Lori

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Assistant Coach | Third Season | TCU ‘02 Former TCU standout Lori Tate is in her third season as an assistant coach at her alma mater. Affectionately known as “CT” by current players, Tate is still referred to as “Jaws,” her nickname as a player, by head coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin. Tate is one of the top coaches in collegiate golf. Her fire and passion for life, fitness and winning brings high energy to the Horned Frogs.

Winning the 2003 Texas Women’s Open served as the catalyst for Tate turning professional. She played for over two years on the Futures Tour and West Coast Golf Tour. After her time playing professionally, Tate worked at Ridglea Golf Club as an assistant golf pro instructor. It was during her time at Ridglea that Tate met her husband, Philip Tate, who is an assistant golf professional.

“Jaws is a tremendous asset to our program and is extremely knowledgeable with regards to the golf swing and course management,” Ravaioli-Larkin said. “She has always been a loyal Frog and has now become a life-long friend and coaching confidante.” Tate, formerly Lori Sutherland, graduated from TCU in 2002. The DeSoto, Texas, native competed in 26 events in her TCU career with a scoring average of 77.9. She had four top 10 and eight top-20 finishes. Tate received the TCU Leap Frog award for most improved golfer her freshman and sophomore seasons. After graduation, Tate worked in private business in Fort Worth. Through the encouragement of former teammate and current LPGA Tour star Angela Stanford, Tate decided to begin a professional golf career.

AS A HORNED FROG

SCOTT KULL

Associate Athletics Director

JUDY ALTENBURG-CYR Administrative Assistant

MARK COHEN

Media Relations Director

JUDY GOLDEN

Academic Advisor

CHRIS HALL

Head Athletics Trainer

MISSY MITCHELL Strength Coach

Lori Sutherland (Tate) | DeSoto, Texas | Duncanville HS | Letters: 1999-00-01-02 | 83 Rds, 77.9 avg

DR. DEBBIE RHEA Team Psychologist

DR. SAM HARALDSON

Team Physician

AMY GOODSON

Team Nutritionist

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Senior | 3-Time Letterwinner | Paris, France | Lycee Pascal HS

2008 NGCA AND GOLFWEEK SECOND-TEAM ALL-AMERICAN COACH ANGIE ON “Tiny Tot”... “Val has been a fierce competitor since the moment she arrived three years ago! She has helped elevate our team to a national powerhouse with her commitment to excellence (in everything she does) and winning. Her passion for this team and leadership is second to none! Watch for Val on tour in the upcoming years. You will see her at the top!” Fall 2009

4Recorded her best showing of 15th overall at the Windy City Classic with a 4-over par score of 220 (72-76-72) 4Finished tied for 29th on two occasions (UNM Dick McGuire Invitational | Mercedes Benz Collegiate Championships) 4Recorded a strokes average of 75.14 during the 2009 fall season

2008-09

4Garnered All-Mountain West Conference accolades 4Ranked first on the team with a 74.75 strokes average 4Finished ninth overall at the Windy City Classic with a score of 224 (76-75-73) 4Recorded her best score of even-par at the NCAA West Regional Championships 4Finished 13th overall at the NCAA West Regional Championships with a score of 216 (74-69-73) 4Finished fifth overall at the Central District Invitational with a score of 2-over-par 218 (75-72-71) 4Finished 10th overall at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic with a score of 225 (72-75-78) 4Finished 16th overall at the Mountain West Conference Championship with a score of 233 (77-76-80) 4Recorded a 1-over-par score of 217 (73-72-72) at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown en route to finishing tied for 35th overall 4Collected her best round of the season with a 69 at the NCAA West Regional

2007-08

4Earned All-America honors from Golfweek as well as the National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) 4Co-Mountain West Conference Player of the Year 4All-Mountain West Conference 4The only Frog to play in all 11 tournaments 4Had five top-10 efforts with a top-20 finish in nine of the 11 events 4Enjoyed a run of four straight top-10 finishes (Lady Paladin Invitational, Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, Regional Challenge, Lady Puerto Rico Classic) 4Her team-best 74.6 stroke average was over three shots better than the next closest Frog 4Established a TCU record with her opening-round 67 at the NCAA Regional Championship 4Helped her set a Frog mark with a 54-hole score of 6-under 210 (67-70-73) as she finished third individually 4Instrumental in TCU finishing fourth at the NCAA Regionals to earn its first back-to back appearances at the NCAA National Championship in eight years (1999-00)

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4Began the spring with an opening-round 70 at the Regional Challenge 4Posted a pair of 71s en route to a fifth-place finish at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic 4Shot an even-par 72 in the third round of the NCAA National Championship 4Named the Mountain West Conference Golfer of the Month for October and the Co-Golfer of the Month for September 4Did not shoot higher than 74 in nine rounds of competition during the fall season 4Posted a second-round 69 en route to a career-low 216 at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, placing seventh individually 4Finished third at the Lady Paladin Invitational with a 221 as TCU won the team championship 4The Frogs’ top finisher in all three fall tournaments as she led the team with a 72.7 stroke average

Spring 2007

4Tied for first in the Lady Puerto Rico Classic which was her first tournament played for the Horned Frogs 4Named Mountain West Conference Women’s Golfer of the Month for February 4Recorded her lowest round at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic with a 67 which also contributed to her lowest 54-hole total of 217 4Finished in second place at the Mountain West Conference Championship with 76 72-73=221 4Competed in every tournament her first semester at TCU 4Recorded three top-10 finishes, including the Lady Puerto Rico Classic, BYU Dixie Classic and the Mountain West Conference Championship 4Had two top-20 finishes with a tie for 11th place at the SunTrust Lady Gator Invitational and 14th in the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational 4Placed third on the team in stroke average behind seniors Camille Blackerby and Catherine Matranga 4Was TCU’s top golfer in three tournaments 4Finished the 2007 spring with a 75.3 scoring average

Amateur Highlights

4Won the 2005 Junior French Championship (under 18) 4Runner-up at the 2004 and 2005 French Team Championship 4Placed second at the 2005 Duke of York Tournament 4Finished second at the 2004 British Girls Open Amateur Championship and a quarterfinalist at the 2005 event 4While playing for the French team, she captured the 2004 European Ladies Junior qualification 4Posted top-25 finishes at the 2004 and 2005 European Women’s Individual Championship 4Part of French National Teams since 2001

Personal

4Communications major and Spanish minor 4Parents are Pascal and Veronique Derrey 4Has an older sister, Stephanie, who played golf at North Carolina State 4Enjoys playing tennis and skiing

Rounds Strokes Stroke Avg. Low 18 Low 54 Sub-70 Wins 25 1883 75.3 67 217 1 1 33 2463 74.6 67 210 2 0 28 2093 74.8 69 216 1 0 14 1052 75.1 71 220 0 0 100 7491 74.9 67 210 4 1

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Career BESTS Low Round (67) – NCAA Regionals (2008) Lady Puerto Rico Classic (2007) Low Total (210) –

NCAA Regionals (2008)

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TCU CAREER RESULTS Fall 2009

Hooters Collegiate Match Play UNM Dick McGuire Invitational Windy City Classic Mercedes Benz Collegiate Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown

2008-09

Windy City Classic Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Lady Puerto Rico Classic Central District Invitational LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic Bryan National Collegiate MWC Championship NCAA West Regional NCAA National Championship

77-76=153 79-71-75=225 72-76-72=220 80-73-74=227 75-75-77=227

42nd 29th 15th 29th 32nd

76-75-73=224 73-72-72=217 72-75-78=225 75-72-71=218 72-74-74=220 72-81-77=230 77-76-80=233 74-69-73=216 78-83-76-73=310

9th 35th 10th 5th 29th 35th 16th 13th 66th

2007-08 NCAA Preview Lady Paladin Invitational Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Regional Challenge Lady Puerto Rico Classic Texas A&M MoMorial Betsy Rawls Invitational Bryan National Collegiate MWC Championships NCAA Regional Championships NCAA National Championships

Spring 2007

Central District Invitational Lady Puerto Rico Classic Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invite BYU Dixie Classic MWC Championships NCAA Regional Championships NCAA National Championships

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74-70-73=217 73-74-74=221 74-69-73=216 70-73-76=219 71-71-74=216 77-83-80=240 81-82=163 74-79-74=227 82-74-75=231 67-70-73=210 77-80-72-74=303

15th 3rd 7th 9th 5th 16th 38th 14th 13th 3rd 48th

78-77-74=229 67-74-76=217 79-75-74=228 75-77-70=222 76-72-73=221 79-73-77=229 86-74-77-78=315

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O’Donnell Senior | 3-Time Letterwinner | Houston, Texas | Memorial HS AMATEUR HIGHLIGHTS

COACH ANGIE ON “DAZEY”... “Megan has been a good senior leader this year! She is a strong team player and always pushes herself in every aspect of her game at practice and in the weight room. “ Fall 2009

4Finished 17th overall at the UNM/Dick McGuire Invitational with a 2-over-par 221 (73-71-77) 4Competed in two tournaments during the fall season 4Recorded a strokes average of 77.33 over six rounds during the fall campaign

4A sectional qualifier for the 2006 U.S. Women’s Open 4Placed first at the 2005 Texas Legends Four Ball Match Play Championship 4Recorded three top-10 finishes at AJGA events 4Finished sixth at the 2005 Abilene Reporter Junior 4Was seventh at the 2006 AJGA Fidelity Investments Junior Championship and the 2005 Golf Pride Pinehurst

PERSONAL

4Parents are Bill and Suzanne O’Donnell 4Has two younger sisters, Britney and Audrey

2008-09

4Competed in three tournaments during the 2008-09 campaign 4Posted a strokes average of 81.11 during her junior season 4Finished 65th overall at the Central District Invitational with a score of 245 (79-81-85) 4Notched her best score of 239 (78-84-77) at the UNM/Dick McGuire Invitational

2007-08

4Played in three tournaments, including two in the spring 4Had an opening-round 77 at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic 4Her lone fall tournament was the season-opening NCAA Preview 4Had two 76s in carding a 231 (76-79-76)

2006-07

4Recorded season-low rounds of 74 at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic and the NCAA Central Regional 4Shot her lowest 54-hole total at the NCAA Central Regional with 76-77-74=227 4Recorded a season-best 16th-place finish at the Mountain West Conference Championship as the Frogs won the team title 4Played in six tournaments as a freshman, including the NCAA Central Regional and NCAA National Championship 4Posted TCU’s third-best score at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown with a 77-78-75=230 (+14) 4Concluded the 2006-07 season with a 78.3 scoring average

HIGH SCHOOL

4All-District all four years 4All-Region and a regional qualifyer as a sophomore, junior and senior 4The regional medalist runner-up in 2005 4State qualifier in 2005 4Set a school record for the lowest 36-hole tournament score 4A Houston Athletic Committee Outstanding Golfer finalist 4Named to the Courtney Massey Memorial Hall of Honor 4A four-year letterman in golf

COLLEGIATE SCORECARD Season 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Fall 2009 Career

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Tourn. 6 3 3 2 14

Rounds Strokes Stroke Avg. Low 18 Low 54 Sub-70 Wins 19 1488 78.3 74 227 0 0 9 752 83.6 76 231 0 0 9 730 81.1 76 239 0 0 6 464 77.3 71 221 0 0 43 3434 79.8 71 221 0 0

2nd-10 11th-20 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2

2 0 0 9 - 10 T C U W o m e n ’ s G o l f

Career BESTS Low Round (71) –

UNM/Dick McGuire Invitational (2009)

Low Total (221) –

UNM/Dick McGuire Invitational (2009)

2 010 F r o g s

TCU CAREER RESULTS FALL 2009

UNM Dick McGuire Invitaional Windy City Classic

2008-09

73-71-77=221 80-83-80=243

17th 75th

Branch Law Firm/ Dick McGuire Invitational 78-84-77=239 72nd Central District Invitational 79-81-85=245 239th Bryan National Collegiate 84-86-76=246 65th

2007-08 NCAA Preview Lady Puerto Rico Classic Texas A&M MoMorial

2006-07

Jeannine McHaney Intercollegiate Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Lady Puerto Rico Classic MWC Championships NCAA Regional Championships NCAA National Championships

2 0 0 9 - 10 T C U W o m e n ’ s G o l f

76-79-76=231 77-84-83=244 90-90-97=277

64th 89th 79th

77-79-75=231 77-78-75=230 80-85-74=239 79-81-75=235 76-77-74=227 81-77-83-85=326

36th 60th 61st 16th 33rd 110th

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Prisela

Campbell

Junior | 2-Time Letterwinner | Fort Worth, Texas | Fossil Ridge HS COACH ANGIE ON “CHEETO”... “Prisela is as tough as a competitor as you will find! She has worked hard on her entire game and always gives her very best. She cares deeply about our team success and is on the right track for major success!“ Fall 2009

4Competed at the Mercedes Benz Collegiate Championships

2008-09

4Garnered All-Mountain West Conference accolades during the 2008-09 season 4Recorded six top-25 showings this past season 4Finished 12th at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic with a 227 (74-72-81) 4Finished 14th overall at the LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic with an even-par 216 4Set a TCU record with a 66 in the final round of the LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic 4Finished 15th at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown with a 4-under-par 212 4Finished 19th overall at the Ron Moore Intercollegiate 4Recorded a stroke average of 75.8 during the 2008-09 campaign 4Notched six rounds of par or better during the fall season

2007-08

TCU CAREER RESULTS FALL 2009

Mercedes Bens Collegiate

2008-09

Ron Moore Intercollegiate Windy City Classic Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Lady Puerto Rico Classic Central District Invitational LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic Bryan National Collegiate MWC Championship NCAA West Regional NCAA National Championship

81-76-78=235

73rd

75-78-73=226 76-75-79=230 69-70-73=212 74-72-81=227 79-74-78=231 72-78-66=216 80-78-75=233 76-84-75=235 71-74-76=221 83-82-76-79=320

19th 23rd 15th 12th 36th 14th 52nd 21st 32nd 107th

2007-08 Lady Paladin Invitational Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Regional Challenge Lady Puerto Rico Classic Texas A&M MoMorial Betsy Rawls Invitational Bryan National Collegiate MWC Championships NCAA Regional Championships NCAA National Championships

COLLEGIATE SCORECARD Season 2007-08 2008-09 Fall 2009 Career

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Tourn. 10 10 1 21

74-73-75=222 75-77-79=231 76-76-82=234 73-76-77=226 79-82-85=246 81-88=169 76-78-81=235 83-76-74=233 73-79-77=229 72-77-81-77=307

4th T-65th 50th 34th 27th 67th 45th 15th 47th 68th

4Played in 10 tournaments, second-most on the team 4Placed second on the Frogs with a 77.7 stroke average 4Her top finish in the spring was a 15th-place effort at the MWC Championship 4Carded a career-best 72 in the opening round of the NCAA National Championship 4Had an impressive collegiate debut as she placed fourth at the Lady Paladin Invitational in helping lead the Frogs to the team championship 4Shot a season-low 73 in the second round of the Lady Paladin Invitational in totaling a 6-over-par 222 (74-73-75)

High School

4Her most meaningful win was the 2006 Fort Worth City Junior Championship by 18 strokes after shooting a 69-70-73=212 4Dedicated the title to her father who passed away after the first day of the tournament (July 18) 4Captured the district championship and was named Player of the Year her senior year at Fossil Ridge 4Placed second in Regionals and fourth in State 4Ranked 182nd nationally despite only playing competitively her last three years at Fossil Ridge 4Won the North Texas Open Junior by 18 strokes with a 54-hole score of 68-72-73=213, becoming the only girl or boy to break 70 4Participated in the 2006 British Junior Girls Championship Personal 4Born and raised in El Paso, Texas 4Lived in Alaska for four years 4Daughter of Larry and Olivia Campbell 4Has two younger brothers, Kenny and Ethan

Rounds Strokes Stroke Avg. Low 18 Low 54 Sub-70 Wins 30 2332 77.7 72 222 0 0 31 2351 75.8 66 212 2 0 3 235 78.3 76 235 0 0 64 4918 76.8 66 212 2 0

2nd-10 11th-20 1 1 0 4 0 0 1 5

2 0 0 9 - 10 T C U W o m e n ’ s G o l f

Career BESTS Low Round (66) –

LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic (2009)

Low Total (212) –

Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown (2008)

2 010 F r o g s

Allyson

Ferguson

Junior | 2-Time Letterwinner | Houston, Texas | Clear Lake HS COACH ANGIE ON “SLEEPING BEAUTY”... “Allyson has a ton of talent and is such a good athlete. She is steady under pressure, calm and cool. She is definitely a team player and wants the best for everyone.“ Fall 2009

4Competed in two tournaments during the fall season 4Finished 26th overall at the Windy City Classic with a score of 225 (74-76-75) 4Recorded a strokes average of 76.50 during the fall campaign

2008-09

4Finished 16th overall at the Ron Moore Intercollegiate with a score of 224 4Competed in nine tournaments with a 76.9-stroke average 4Finished 30th overall at the Mountain West Conference Championships 4Recorded her best tournament of the season at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown with a 3-over-par score of 219 (75-72-72)

2007-08

4Tied for second on the team by playing in 10 of 11 tournaments 4Placed fourth on the Frogs with a 77.9 stroke average 4Posted a pair of top-10 finishes with four top-20 efforts 4Her top finish was a seventh-place effort at the Betsy Rawls Invitational 4Had career-best 71s in the opening round and final round en route to an eighth-place finish at the NCAA Central Regional 4Played in all three fall tournaments and had the Frogs’ second-lowest stroke average (76.8) 4Posted a 229 (+13) as TCU won the Lady Paladin Invitational 4Reduced her score each day in placing 16th for her best fall finish 4Had a 74, her low score in the fall, at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown

Windy City Classic Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown

High School

2008-09

4Ranked by Golfweek as the No. 2 golfer in Texas and No. 12 in the nation for the Class of 2007 4The No. 1 player on the 2007 Texas 5-A state champions 4Second runner-up at the 2007 Texas 5-A State Championship 4Finished sixth at the 2006 event 4Two-time district champion 4All-State as a junior and senior 4All-District all four years at Clear Lake 4Won seven of 10 tourneys as a senior 4Team MVP her final three years 4Qualified for the 2007 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship 4Qualified two straight years for the U.S. Girls Junior Amateur Championship 4Won the Starburst Junior Golf Classic with a 75-74-79=228

Personal

4Parents are Alan and Jody Ferguson 4Two younger siblings, Courtney and Matthew

COLLEGIATE SCORECARD Season 2007-08 2008-09 Fall 2009 Career

Tourn. 9 9 2 20

TCU CAREER RESULTS FALL 2009

Branch Law Firm/ Dick McGuire Invitational Ron Moore Intercollegiate Windy City Classic Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Lady Puerto Rico Classic LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic MWC Championship NCAA West Regional NCAA National Championship

2007-08

NCAA Preview Lady Paladin Invitational Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Regional Challenge Betsy Rawls Invitational Bryan National Collegiate MWC Championships NCAA Regional Championships NCAA National Championships

Rounds Strokes Stroke Avg. Low 18 Low 54 Sub-70 Wins 29 2258 77.9 71 217 0 0 28 2153 76.9 72 219 0 0 6 459 76.5 74 225 0 0 63 4870 77.3 71 217 0 0

2nd-10 11th-20 2 2 0 1 0 0 2 3

2 0 0 9 - 10 T C U W o m e n ’ s G o l f

74-76-75=225 77-74-83=234

26th 63rd

75-81-77=233 79-73-72=224 79-79-74=232 75-72-72=219 76-80-80=236 74-76-77=227 81-77-86=244 72-76-75=223 80-81-77-77=315

47th 16th 33rd 45th 39th 61st 30th 43rd 90th

78-78-76=232 78-76-75=229 78-74-78=230 80-77-WD=157 79-77=156 81-83-80=244 84-78-75=474 71-75-71=217 78-82-82-77=319

68th 16th 61st WD 7th 72nd 20th 8th 109th

Career BESTS Low Round (71) –

NCAA Regional (2008)

Low Total (217) –

NCAA Regional (2008)

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Melissa

Loh

Junior | 2-Time Letterwinner | Singapore | Xinmin Secondary COACH ANGIE ON “CHEESEBURGER”... “Melissa has stepped up her game to the next level. She is tough mentally so don’t let her size fool you! She hits the ball solid and is one of the best putters in the nation. She is a force to reckon with!“ Fall 2009

4Finished fourth overall at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown with a score of 218 (70-74-74) 4Competed in four tournaments during the fall campaign 4Finished 29th overall with a score of 227 (79-76-72) at the Mercedes Benz Collegiate Championships 4Posted a scoring average of 76.36 during the fall campaign

2008-09

4Garnered Academic All-Scholar accolades during her sophomore campaign 4Competed in five tournaments during the 2008-09 season 4Finished 33rd overall at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic with a score of 234 (80-77-77) 4Finished 40th overall at the Windy City Classic with a score of 235 (80-75-80) 4Recorded her best score of 227 (78-74-75) at the LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic 4Finished the season with a 77.73 strokes average during the season

2007-08

TCU CAREER RESULTS FALL 2009

Hooters Collegiate Match Play UNM Dick McGuire Invitational Mercedes Benz Collegiate Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown

82-79=161 77-79-78=234 79-76-72=227 70-74-74=218

69th 76th 29th 4th

Branch Law Firm/ Dick McGuire Invitational 73-78-82=233 Ron Moore Intercollegiate 79-81-77=237 Windy City Classic 80-75-80=235 Lady Puerto Rico Classic 80-77-77=234 LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic 78-74-75=227

47th 51st 40th 33rd 61st

2008-09

2007-08 Lady Paladin Invitational Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Regional Challenge Lady Puerto Rico Classic Texas A&M MoMorial Betsy Rawls Invitational Bryan National Collegiate MWC Championships NCAA Regional Championship NCAA National Championship

COLLEGIATE SCORECARD Season 2007-08 2008-09 Fall 2009 Career

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Tourn. 10 5 4 19

82-75-75=232 78-80-78=236 81-79-77=237 74-76-72=222 85-86-82=253 80-83=163 79-85-77=241 79-75-73=227 81-79-80=240 74-76-77-79=306

23rd 75th 57th 15th 47th 38th 59th 6th 84th 65th

4Tied for second on the team by playing in 10 of 11 tournaments 4Placed fifth on the Frogs with a 78.6 stroke average 4TCU’s top performer with a sixth-place finish at the Mountain West Conference Championship 4Dropped her score each day as her performance culminated with a final round even-par 73 4Had her two best rounds of the season at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic 4Recorded a season-best 72 in the final round after an opening-round 74 4Helped her finish 15th in San Juan with a 6-over 222 (74-76-72) 4Carded an opening-round 74 at the NCAA National Championship 4Played in two fall tournaments 4Her first collegiate event saw her help lead the Frogs to the Lady Paladin Invitational championship 4Shot an 82-75-75=232 (+16) to place 23rd individually 4Had a pair of 78s at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown

Amateur Highlights

4Represented Singapore in the 2007 Southeast Asian Games 4Won the Singapore Ladies Amateur Open 4Played in the 2006 U.S. Junior World Championship

Personal

4Psychology major with a minor in business 4Parents are Edward and Diana Loh 4Has a younger sister, Melanie

Rounds Strokes Stroke Avg. Low 18 Low 54 Sub-70 Wins 30 2357 78.6 72 222 0 0 15 1166 77.7 73 227 0 0 11 840 76.3 70 218 0 0 56 4363 77.9 70 218 0 0

2nd-10 11th-20 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 1

2 0 0 9 - 10 T C U W o m e n ’ s G o l f

Career BESTS Low Round (70) –

Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown (2009)

Low Total (218) –

Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown (2009)

2 010 F r o g s

Brooke

Beeler Sophomore | 1-Time Letterwinner | Butler, Ill. | Hillsboro HS

COACH ANGIE ON “HILLBILLIE”... “Brooke has been consistently strong all year long! She has an amazing golf swing that generates a lot of power and consistent solid shots. She is the epitome of good ole fashion hard work. Her focus at practice, in the weight room and at tournaments is unbelievably great! She is emerging into one of the best players in the country!“ Fall 2009

4Finished 10th overall at the Mercedes Benz Collegiate Championships with a 4 over-par score of 220 (76-70-74), which was her best showing of the fall season 4Finished 26th overall at the Windy City Classic with a score of 225 (77-72-75) 4Collected four rounds of par or better during the fall campaign 4Finished the fall season with a 75.07 strokes average

2008-09

4Finished second overall at the Windy City Classic with a 2-over-par score of 218 (75-72-71) 4Collected her best score of the 2008-09 season at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown with a 2-under-par score of 214 (75-69-70) 4Recorded three top-10 showings during the 2008-09 campaign 4Finished fourth overall at the Mountain West Conference Championships with a score of 225 (75-73-77) 4Finished 10th overall at the Ron Moore Intercollegiate with a 3-over-par score of 219 (76-71-72) 4Finished 23rd overall with a 3-over-par score of 219 (72-74-73) at the NCAA West Regional Championships 4Finished tied for 22nd overall at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown (75-69-70) 4Notched seven rounds of par or better

TCU CAREER RESULTS

High School

4A four-time state qualifier and all-conference selection 4Team Most Valuable Player the last three seasons 4Took medalist honors at the PGA Junior Series and the Pepsi Little Peoples 4Shot a 69 en route to finishing first at the 2007 Regionals 4Carded a 67 in placing second, falling in a playoff, at the 2007 Sectionals 4Has also been a member of Hillsboro’s state championship basketball team

Hooters Collegiate Match Play UNM Dick McGuire Invitational Windy City Classic Mercedes Benz Collegiate Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown

Personal

2008-09

4Communications major 4Parents are Ben and Diane Beeler 4Has an older brother, Adam

COLLEGIATE SCORECARD Season 2008-09 Fall 2009 Career

Tourn. 10 5 15

FALL 2009

Branch Law Firm/ Dick McGuire Invitational Ron Moore Intercollegiate Windy City Classic Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Lady Puerto Rico Classic Central District Invitational Bryan National Collegiate MWC Championship NCAA West Regional NCAA National Championship

Rounds Strokes Stroke Avg. Low 18 Low 54 Sub-70 Wins 31 2349 75.8 69 214 1 0 14 1051 75.0 70 220 0 0 45 3400 75.5 69 214 1 0

2nd-10 11th-20 3 0 1 0 4 0

2 0 0 9 - 10 T C U W o m e n ’ s G o l f

74-78=152 72-76-78=226 77-72-76=225 76-70-74=220 71-80-77=228

37th 35th 26th 10th 36th

79-73-77=229 76-71-72=219 75-72-71=218 75-69-70=214 80-77-78=235 80-74-77=231 86-82-75=243 75-73-77=225 72-74-73=219 79-79-79-79=316

31st 10th 2nd 22nd 37th 36th 83rd 4th 23rd 96th

Career BESTS Low Round (69) – Las Vegas Collegiate (2008) Low Total (214) – Las Vegas Collegiate (2008)

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Rachel

Raastad

Sophomore | 1-Time Letterwinner | Asker, Norway | Norwegian School of Elite Sport COACH ANGIE ON “GOOFY”... “Everyone knows that Rachel hits the ball long and straight. What is even more impressive is her touch around the greens – it is awesome. She has the all-around game, the determination and the work ethic to be the best and she is on the right path to do just that! She has a gentle soul but is as fierce a competitor as they come!“ Fall 2009

4Finished second overall at the Hooters Collegiate Match Play Championships 4Recorded a 1-under-par score of 143 (71-72) at the Hooters Collegiate Match Play Championships 4Finished fourth overall at the UNM/Dick McGuire Invitational with a 6-under par score of 213 (69-73-71) 4Recorded a 75.00 strokes average during the fall season 4Notched six rounds of par or better during the fall campaign

2008-09

4Garnered All-Mountain West Conference accolades 4Finished fourth overall at the Ron Moore Intercollegiate with a 5-under-par score of 211 (75-67-69) 4Recorded a pair of top-10 showings during her freshman season 4Finished 10th overall at the Mountain West Conference Championships with a score of 231 (77-76-78) 4Recorded seven rounds of par or better during the 2008-09 campaign 4Finished 30th overall at the NCAA National Championships with a score of 301 (77-74-72-78)

High School

4Had a 75.6 stroke average as a junior, followed by a 74.4 average as a senior

Amateur Highlights

4Finished in the top-10 in every national tournament she participated in, in 2005 4Won Suzann Junior Challenge in 2005 4Won two of six tournaments on the Norwegian Titleist Junior Tour in 2007, finished in the top-5 in all six 4Won the Order of Merit on the Titleist Tour in 2007 4Won the Norwegian Junior Championship in 2007 4Tied for 10th individually at the 2007 European Girls Team Championship 4Shot a course record 67 (-4) at Fargelanda GC in Sweden and a 68 at Ostmarka GC 4Shot a hole in one at Omberg GC in Sweden

Personal

4Communications major 4Parents are Dag and Camilla Raastad

COLLEGIATE SCORECARD Season 2008-09 Fall 2009 Career

40

Tourn. 9 4 13

TCU CAREER RESULTS FALL 2009

Hooters Collegiate Match Play UNM Dick McGuire Invitational Windy City Classic Mercedes Benz Collegiate

71-72=143 69-73-71=213 75-81-82=238 79-81-71=231

2nd 4th 70th 55th

75-76-82=233 75-67-69=211 73-72-72=217 77-72-81=230 72-77-74=223 75-75-80=230 77-76-78=231 75-80-70=225 77-74-72-78=301

47th 4th 35th 29th 46th 35th 10th 55th 30th

2008-09

Branch Law Firm/ Dick McGuire Invitational Ron Moore Intercollegiate Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Central District Invitational LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic Bryan National Collegiate MWC Championship NCAA West Regional NCAA National Championship

Rounds Strokes Stroke Avg. Low 18 Low 54 Sub-70 Wins 28 2101 75.0 67 211 2 0 11 825 75.0 69 213 1 0 39 2926 75.0 67 211 3 0

2nd-10 11th-20 2 0 2 0 4 0

2 0 0 9 - 10 T C U W o m e n ’ s G o l f

Career BESTS Low Round (67) –

Ron Moore Intercollegiate (2008)

Low Total (211) –

Ron Moore Intercollegiate (2008)

2 010 F r o g s

Katy

Cardno Freshman | Sugar Land, Texas | Clements HS

COACH ANGIE ON “SUNSHINE”... “Katy has worked extremely hard on her swing and short game throughout the year. She always gives 100 percent in every aspect of her life and always has a smile on her face. She is extremely coachable and will be a strong contender in the upcoming season.“ High School

4Four-time winner on the Texas Junior Golf Tour and Texas Legends Junior Tour 4One of two girls to qualify to represent South Texas at the 2008 Jackie Burke Cup 4Named to the 2008 All-Greater Houston team 4A 2008 All-Houston Golf Association (HGA) first-team selection 4Three-year letterman at Clements High School 4Represented Clements at the 2008 and 2009 5A state championships, helping lead her school to a fourth-place result her junior year and a third-place finish as a senior 4Clements’ top individual at the 2008 state championships, finishing 12th 4Led Clements to 2008 and 2009 Class 5A Regional Championships 4Finished second individually at the Regional Championships as a junior while placing fourth her senior year 4Posted a second-place finish at the 2009 Class 5A District Championships 4Recorded a fifth-place finish at the 2008 Texas State Junior Championships

Personal

4Parents are Derek and Caroline Cardno 4Has a sister, Laura (16) 4Major is strategic communications with a minor in business

2 0 0 9 - 10 T C U W o m e n ’ s G o l f

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2 010 F r o g s

Louise

Kristersson Freshman | Skivarp, Sweden | National High School of Golf COACH ANGIE ON “MONKEY”... “Louise has added such a positive spark to our team this year! She is the example of “knowledge is power” as she thrives when understanding the intricacies of the swing, short game, strength and conditioning, etc. Her game is solid from tee to green and has a competitive fire that burns right through you!“ Fall 2009

4Competed in two fall meets, tying for 69th in both outings 4Finished off a 235 with a career-low round of 76 at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown 4Posted a 77 in the second round of the Hooters Collegiate Match Play Championships

High School

4Named the Athletic Student of the Year 4Won the 2008 Schyberg Open 4Captured the Team Rudestal Open in Denmark in 2008 4Won the 2009 Skandia Tour Elit 1

Personal

4Parents are Susanna and Benny Kristersson 4Has a sister, Caroline 4Undecided on a major

TCU CAREER RESULTS FALL 2009

Hooters Collegiate Match Play Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown

COLLEGIATE SCORECARD Season Fall 2009 Career

42

Tourn. 2 2

Rounds Strokes Stroke Avg. Low 18 Low 54 Sub-70 Wins 5 396 79.2 76 235 0 0 5 396 79.2 76 235 0 0

2nd-10 11th-20 0 0 0 0

2 0 0 9 - 10 T C U W o m e n ’ s G o l f

84-77=161 79-80-76=235

T-69th T-69th

Career BESTS Low Round (76) – Las Vegas Collegiate (2009) Low Total (235) – Las Vegas Collegiate (2009)

History

History and Records

2 0 0 9 - 10 T C U W o m e n ’ s G o l f

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2008-09 Season Review Frogs finish 18th at NCAA Championship Derrey leads TCU’s final-round effort with a 73 OWINGS MILLS, MD -- Valentine Derrey led TCU with a final-round 73 as the Horned Frogs finished 18th at the NCAA Women's Golf Championship. It was the third straight national top-20 finish for TCU. The Horned Frogs had a final-round 307. TCU’s top-two days of the tournament came in the final two rounds. Derrey recorded a team-high four birdies en route to her best round of the tournament. Freshman Rachel Raastad was TCU’s top finisher as she tied for 30th with a 301. The Asker, Norway, native had a final-round 78. Allyson Ferguson carded her second-straight 77, including three birdies, for the Horned Frogs. Brooke Beeler and Prisela Campbell both shot a 79. With an 1182, Arizona State captured the team championship. UCLA was second at 1190 with USC third at 1191. TCU was the highest finisher from the Mountain West Conference and the state of Texas. The Horned Frogs edged New Mexico by four strokes and Texas by 14. Purdue’s Maria Hernandez took medalist honors with a 1-over-par 289, one shot ahead of USC’s Jennifer Song.

2009 NCAA Championships

May 19-22, 2009 • Caves Valley Golf Club • Owings Mills, MD 6,942 yards, par 71 Final Team Standings 1. Arizona State 2. UCLA 3. Southern California 4. Oklahoma State 5. Denver, Univ. of 6. Duke 7. North Carolina 8. Virginia 9. Pepperdine 10. Purdue 11. Alabama 12. LSU T13. Michigan State T13. Wake Forest 15. Georgia 16. Arizona 17. Tennessee 18. TCU 19. New Mexico 20. Tulane 21. UT Chattanooga 22. UC Irvine 23. Texas 24. Ohio State

302-298-291-291 296-293-304-297 301-295-294-301 303-297-309-290 294-304-309-299 308-301-302-296 299-301-306-304 305-302-301-304 312-298-302-301 306-301-311-298 305-302-311-299 302-304-309-304 307-303-315-300 296-311-306-302 303-300-318-304 310-305-314-306 307-313-306-311 314-316-301-307 311-314-307-310 312-305-317-312 316-307-305-320 320-316-312-301 314-311-313-314 323-311-314-310

Individual Results 1. Maria Hernandez, Purdue 2. Jennifer Song, Southern California 3. Pernilla Lindberg, Oklahoma State T4. Amanda Blumherst, Duke T4. Azahara Munoz, Arizona State T6. Nannette Hill, Wake Forest T6. Callie Nielson, Virginia T8. Alice Kim, UC Davis T8. Maria Jose Uribe, UCLA 10. Lisa McCloskey, Pepperdine T11. Carlota Ciganda, Arizona State

74-72-72-71 72-73-71-74 74-72-76-69 75-74-73-71 78-71-72-72 72-71-79-72 75-76-71-72 74-75-70-76 75-66-77-77 74-69-78-75 74-76-75-72

289 290 291 293 293 294 291 295 295 296 297

T30. Rachel Raastad, TCU T66. Valentine Derrey, TCU T90. Allyson Ferguson, TCU T96. Brooke Beeler, TCU T107. Prisela Campbell, TCU

77-74-72-78 78-83-76-73 80-81-77-77 79-79-79-79 83-82-76-79

301 310 315 316 320

2008-09 FINAL SCORECARD Player Valentine Derrey Prisela Campbell Allyson Ferguson Melissa Loh Brooke Beeler Megan O’Donnell Rachel Raastaad TCU

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Tourn. 9 10 9 5 10 3 9 11

Rounds 28 31 28 15 31 9 28 34

Strokes 2,093 2,351 2,153 1,116 2,349 730 2,101 10,224

Stroke Avg. 74.75 75.84 76.89 77.73 75.77 81.11 75.04 300.71

Low 18 69 66 72 73 69 76 67 283

Low 54 216 212 219 227 214 239 211 859

Sub-70 1 2 0 0 1 0 2 6

Wins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2nd-10th 3 0 0 0 3 0 2 8

11th-20th 2 4 1 0 0 0 0 7

1182 1190 1191 1199 1206 1207 1210 1212 1213 1216 1217 1219 1225 1225 1234 1235 1237 1238 1242 1246 1248 1249 1252 1258

2008-09 Season Review Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational September 18-20, 2008 UNM Championship Course | Albuquerque, New Mexico Par 73 • 6,176 yards Team Results 1. New Mexico 294-291-287=872 2. Pepperdine 292-293-291=876 3. UNLV 301-297-291=889 4. UC Davis 298-296-300=894 5. Colorado State 305-292-301=898 11. TCU 301-308-313=922 TCU Results T31. Brooke Beeler T47. Melissa Loh T47. Allyson Ferguson T47. Rachel Raastad 72. Megan O’Donnell

Lady Puerto Rico Classic February 8-10, 2009 Cocoa Beach Golf Course | San Juan, Puerto Rico Par 72 • 6,168 yards Team Results 1. Purdue 304-288-296=888 2. Tennessee 312-300-297=909 3. Georgia 302-300-308=910 4. NC State 310-300-300=910 5. TCU 302-301-313=916 TCU Results T10. Valentine Derrey T12. Prisela Campbell T33. Melissa Loh T37. Brooke Beeler T39. Allyson Ferguson

79-73-77=229 73-78-82=233 75-81-77=233 75-76-82=233 78-84-77=239

72-75-78=225 74-72-81=227 80-77-77=234 80-77-78=235 76-80-80=236

Ron Moore Intercollegiate September 22-24, 2008 Highlands Ranch Golf Club | Highlands Ranch, Colorado Par 72 • 6,605 yards Team Results 1.Denver 287-286-280=853 2. TCU 305-289-286=880 3. San Jose State 293-298-297=894 4. UC Irvine 304-292-298=894 5. Arkansas-Little Rock 314-296-298=908

Central District Invitational February 16-17, 2009 River Wilderness Country Club | Parrish, Florida Par 72 • 6,099 yards Team Results 1. Auburn 284-295-303=882 2. LSU 292-297-296=885 3. Purdue 305-286-297=888 4. Duke 294-298-303=895 5. Michigan State 304-297-302=903 T7. TCU 310-292-307=909

TCU Results 4. Rachel Raastad T10. Brooke Beeler 16. Allyson Ferguson T19. Prisela Campbell 51. Melissa Loh

TCU Results T5. Valentine Derrey T29. Rachel Raastad T36. Brooke Beeler T36. Prisela Campbell T65. Megan O’Donnell

75-67-69=211 76-71-72=219 79-73-72=224 75-78-73=226 79-81-77=237

Windy City Classic October 6-7, 2008 Evanston Golf Course | Snokie, Illinois Par 72 • 6,350 yards Team Results 1. Purdue 301-290-300=891 2. TCU 306-297-297=900 3. Michigan 300-299-303=902 4. Arizona 297-306-301=904 5. Oklahoma 301-301-307=909

LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic March 13-15, 2009 University Club Golf Course | Baton Rouge, Louisiana Par 72 • 6.424 yards Team Results 1. Virginia 285-287-284=856 2. Tulane 289-294-278=861 3. LSU 287-297-283=867 4. Arkansas 298-284-287=869 T5. Wake Forest 284-296-290=870 T5. Louisville 296-294-280=870 T8. TCU 290-301-289=880

TCU Results 2. Brooke Beeler T9. Valentine Derrey T23. Prisela Campbell T33. Allyson Ferguson T40. Melissa Loh

75-72-71=218 76-75-73=224 76-75-79=230 79-79-74=232 80-75-80=235

TCU Results T14. Prisela Campbell T29. Valentine Derrey T46. Rachel Raastad T61. Melissa Loh T61. Allyson Ferguson

Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown October 27-29, 2008 Angel Park Golf Course | Las Vegas, Nevada Par 72 • 6,050 yards Team Results 1. Pepperdine 280-270-273=823 2. Oklahoma State 282-285-268=835 3. Louisville 280-282-274=841 4. UNLV 282-289-274=845 5. Washington 286-281-285=852 T7. TCU 290-283-286=859 TCU Results T15. Prisela Campbell T22. Brooke Beeler T35. Rachel Raastad T35. Valentine Derrey T45. Allyson Ferguson

69-70-73=212 75-69-70=214 73-72-72=217 73-72-72=217 75-72-72=219

75-72-71=218 77-72-81=230 80-74-77=231 79-74-78=231 79-81-85=245

72-78-66=216 72-74-74=220 72-77-74=223 78-74-75=227 74-76-77=227

Bryan National Invitational April 3-5, 2009 Bryan Park Champions Course | Brown Summitt, North Carolina Par 72 • 7,135 yards Team Results 1. LSU 290-302-295=887 2. Virginia 304-300-287=891 3. Wake Forest 304-298-292=894 4. North Carolina 307-294-299=900 5. East Carolina 2305-306-291=902 13. TCU 311-316-303=930

T52. Prisela Campbell T83. Brooke Beeler T87. Megan O’Donnell

80-78-75=233 86-82-75=243 84-86-76=246

Mountain West Conference Championship April 16-18, 2009 Black Horse Golf Course | Seaside, California Par 72 • 6,027 yards Team Results 1. New Mexico 301-297-305=903 2. TCU 305-302-310=910 3. UNLV 306-214-300=920 4. Colorado State 314-307-300=921 5. BYU 305-313-320=938 TCU Results T4. Brooke Beeler T10. Rachel Raastad T16. Valentine Derrey T21. Prisela Campbell 30. Allyson Ferguson

75-73-77=225 77-76-78=231 77-76-80=233 76-84-75=235 81-77-86=244

NCAA Regional Championship May 7-9, 2009 ASU Karsten Course | Tempe, Arizona Par 72 • 6,286 yards Team Results 1. Arizona State 273-283-286=842 2. USC 289-283-289=861 3. LSU 295-288-285=868 T4. TCU 289-293-291=873 T4. UC Irvine 289-284-300=873 T4. Texas 288-290-295=873 TCU Results T13. Valentine Derrey T23. Brooke Beeler T32. Prisela Campbell T43. Allyson Ferguson T55. Rachel Raastad

74-69-73=216 72-74-73=219 71-74-76=221 72-76-75=223 75-80-70=225

NCAA National Championship May 19-22, 2009 Caves Valley Golf Course | Owings Mils, Maryland Par 72 • 6,443 yards Team Results 1. Arizona State 302-298-291-291=1182 2. UCLA 296-293-304-297=1190 3. USC 301-295-294-301=1191 4. Oklahoma State 303-297-309-290=1199 5. Denver 294-304-309-304=1206 18. TCU 314-316-301-307=1238 TCU Results T30. Rachel Raastad T66. Valentine Dorsey T90. Allyson Ferguson T96. Brooke Beeler T107. Prisela Campbell

77-74-74-78=301 78-83-76-73=310 80-81-77-77=315 79-79-79-79=316 83-82-76-79=320

TCU Results T35. Rachel Raastad T35. Valentine Derrey

75-75-80=230 72-81-77=230

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2009 Fall Recap 2009 Fall Tournament Results Hooter’s Collegiate Match Play Championships September 6-8, 2009 LPGA International Legends Course Daytona Beach, Florida Team Results 1. Florida 2. South Carolina T3. Auburn T3. LSU 5. Georgia T11. TCU

293-292-585 292-294-586 294-296-590 299-291-590 295-297-592 304-303-607

TCU Results 2. Rachel Raastad T37. Brooke Beeler T42. Valentine Derrey T69. Louise Kristersson T69. Melissa Loh

71-72-143 74-78-152 77-76-153 84-77-161 82-79-161

Three of the top-four teams in the final standings are from the Mountain West Conference. No. 12 Pepperdine captured the title with an 859, seven strokes ahead of host and No. 21 New Mexico. TCU and No. 18 UNLV were third at 883. TCU seniors Megan O’Donnell and Valentine Derrey tied for 17th and 29th, respectively. O’Donnell’s 2-over-par 221 enabled her to post the second-best finish of her TCU career, behind only a 16th-place result as a freshman at the 2007 Mountain West Conference Championships.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- TCU defeated Georgia State, 3-2, Tuesday to win the consolation bracket at the 2009 Hooters Collegiate Match Play Championship. Rachel Raastad, Valentine Derrey and Louise Kristersson secured points for the Horned Frogs. Based on its national ranking last fall, TCU was one of just 16 programs invited to the prestigious competition. TCU, seeded 11th after 36 holes of qualifying on Sunday, and overall champion LSU were the only teams to sweep through match play undefeated. The Horned Frogs, who beat Ole Miss and Duke on Monday, won 10-of-15 individual head-to-head competitions. Raastad and Derrey won all three of their matches. Prior to their loss to TCU, the Blue Devils had won 20 in a row in match play. UNM Dick McGuire Invitational September 19-20, 2009 UNM Championship Golf Course Albuquerque, New Mexico Par 73 • 6,069 yards Team Results 1. Pepperdine 2. New Mexico T3. TCU T3. UNLV 5. Oregon

288-287-284-859 294-286-286-866 291-291-301-883 291-292-300-883 297-293-295-885

TCU Results 4. Rachel Raastad 69-73-71-213 T17. Megan O’Donnell 73-71-77-221 T29. Valentine Derrey 79-71-75-225 T35. Brooke Beeler 72-76-78-226 T76. Megan O’Donnell 77-79-78-234 ALBUQUERQUE -- Rachel Raastad’s final-round 71 Sunday led No. 22 TCU to a third-place finish out of 18 teams at the Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational in Albuquerque. Raastad, who had five birdies Sunday en route to a 6-under-par 213, was fourth individually to equal a career-best result set last September at the Ron Moore Intercollegiate in Highlands Ranch, Colo. It was the third career top-10 finish for the sophomore from Asker, Norway. Raastad was six strokes behind medalist Kendra Little of Oregon, who was at 12-under 207.

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Windy City Classic October 5-6, 2009 Evanston Golf Course Chicago, Illinois Par 72 • 6,350 yards Team Results 1. Purdue 2. Tulane 3. Arizona T4. Northwestern T10. TCU

279-285-296-860 295-289-290-874 288-294-303-885 292-296-302-890 298-305-303-906

TCU Results T15. Valentine Derrey T26. Allyson Ferguson T26. Brooke Beeler T70. Rachel Raastad T75. Megan O’Donnell

72-76-72-220 74-76-75-225 77-72-76-225 75-81-82-238 80-83-80-243

GLENVIEW, Ill. -- Valentine Derrey’s final-round 72 pushed TCU into a 10th-place tie after Tuesday’s final round of the Windy City Collegiate Classic. Derrey carded her second 72 in the 54-hole tournament as she tied for 15th individually with a 4-over-par 220. TCU junior Allyson Ferguson and sophomore Brooke Beeler tied for 26th after a 75 and 76, respectively. They totaled 225s. Beeler, a native of Butler, Ill., was playing in her hometown.

FARRAGUT, Tenn. -- Rachel Raastad’s 71 keyed TCU’s surge into sixth place after Sunday’s final round of the Mercedes Benz Collegiate Championships. The Horned Frogs’ 289 was the second-lowest score on the day. Over the final 36 holes, TCU’s 586 trailed only Tennessee’s 585. The Lady Vols captured the team title with an 868, 19 strokes better than Louisville. After an opening-round 314, the Horned Frogs dropped their score by 19 shots Saturday and four additional strokes Sunday. TCU had a final round 3-over-par 291. Sophomore Brooke Beeler paced TCU with a 4-over 220 to finish 10th individually. Melissa Loh’s 72 tied a career-low round for the Horned Frog junior, equaling her score at the 2008 Lady Puerto Rico Classic. Loh and Valentine Derrey, who carded a 74, tied for 29th individually with a 227. Tennessee’s Nathalie Mansson defeated Laura Anderson of Louisville on the fifth hole of a sudden-death playoff to take medalist honors. Las Vegas Collegiate Championships October 26-28, 2009 Boulder Creek Golf Club Boulder City, Nevada Par 72 • 6,233 yards Team Results 1. Arizona 2. Florida 3. Louisville 4. UC Davis 5. Arkansas 6. Washington 7. TCU

284-294-300=878 289-297-297=883 283-304-299=886 284-298-307=889 291-302-303=896 287-292-320=899 293-303-304=900

TCU Scores 4. Melissa Loh T32. Valentine Derrey T36. Brooke Beeler T63. Allyson Ferguson T69. Louise Kristersson

70-74-74=218 75-75-77=227 71-80-77=228 77-74-83=234 79-80-76=235

Top-ranked Purdue shot a 4-under 860 to win the team championship by 14 strokes over No. 31 Tulane. The 25th-ranked Horned Frogs were at 906.

BOULDER CITY, Nev. -- Melissa Loh’s final-round 74 Wednesday moved her into fourth-place individually as TCU finished seventh at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown.

Mercedes Benz Collegiate Championship October 16-18, 2009 Evanston Golf Course Knoxville, Tennessee Par 72 • 6,350 yards

A junior from Singapore, Loh posted a career-best result with her 2-over-par 218. Her previous-best finish was tying for sixth at the 2008 Mountain West Conference Championship.

Team Results 1. Tennessee 2. Louisville 3. South Carolina 4. Kent State 5. Wake Forest 6. TCU

283-291-294-868 296-286-305-887 302-290-297-889 296-300-301-897 312-298-289-897 314-295-291-900

TCU Results 10. Brooke Beeler T29. Melissa Loh T29. Valentine Derrey T55. Rachel Raastad T73. Prisela Campbell

76-70-74-220 79-76-72-227 80-73-74-227 79-81-71-231 81-76-78-235

Loh was nine strokes behind medalist Sherlyn Popelka of Arizona, whose 209 gave her a two-shot victory over Louisville’s Sara-Maude Juneau. TCU, playing its final fall tournament, posted its fourth consecutive top-10 result. The Horned Frogs’ 900 left them 22 strokes behind team champion Arizona. The Wildcats posted a five-shot victory over Florida. Playing in just her second collegiate tournament, TCU freshman Louise Kristersson carded a final-round 76. Brooke Beeler and Valentine Derrey posted 77s.

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History Where Are They Now? They comprised the first recruiting class for TCU head women’s golf coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin. Amanda Workman, Shannon Fisher and Susan Horton were in essence the three original members of the band that began the revolution. Over a decade and a half later, they proved to be the foundation for what has turned into one of the top women’s golf programs in the country. “Tornado (Amanda), Lion King (Susan) and Silk (Shannon) will always have a special place in my heart,” said Ravaioli-Larkin. “They believed in me and my vision for our program before I proved anything as a coach. They helped me start the program we have today from the ground up. They laid the foundation and created the strong traditions that we have established for our women’s golf team at TCU and did it with class, character, determination and passion.” The TCU trio played a pivotal role in the early success of the Frogs. From tournament titles to conference championships to NCAA appearances, they were the three that started it all. During their tenure, the Frogs captured the 1998 Western Athletic Conference title, runner-up accolades a season later and guided TCU to a pair of NCAA Championship appearances (1997, 1999). Workman was a four-year lettermen for the Frogs and posted a 78.2 stroke average to go along with four trips to the academic all-conference list (in both the Southwest Conference and Western Athletic Conference). The former TCU golfer helped the Frogs post a 12th-place showing at the 1997 NCAA Championships, which was their first top-15 showing at nationals since the 1989 championships. After graduating from TCU, Workman accepted a graduate assistant position at Savannah College of Art & Design where she earned her master’s degree

Shannon Fisher

in stage acting and performance. However, instead of the silver screen, Workman opted for the golf course as she accepted the head women’s golf coach position in 2000 and has never left the Peach State.

Horton continued to play golf after sinking her final putt in a TCU uniform. The Essex Junction, Vt., native has spent time on the FUTURES Golf Tour in addition to trips to the LPGA Tour Q-School Qualifiers.

Workman has built one of the top NAIA women’s golf programs in the country and has guided the Bees to six consecutive national championship appearances. In 2004, she was selected as the SCAD Coach of the Year after guiding the Bees to a 13thplace showing at the national championships.

Shannon Fisher also became a part of the golf community after concluding her TCU career. After lettering in all four seasons for the Frogs, Fisher – now Shannon Arnett – earned an exemption to compete on the FUTURES Golf Tour before focusing her sights on the coaching side of the game. After serving as the Assistant Golf Pro at the Austin Golf Club, she made her way to the collegiate scene joining the University of Texas women’s golf program as an assistant coach.

Following the success that she began as a player, Workman has since transformed it into a program of her own as Savannah College of Art & Design is currently ranked fourth in the country in the NAIA – their highest-ever ranking. “I will always remember my experience at TCU in the highest regards,” Workman said. “The team felt like a family, which made everyday with them a great experience. Coach is both knowledgeable and extremely competitive, and she always looked to bring out the best in you, not just as a golfer, but also as a person.” Horton will also be remembered as the first player under Ravaioli-Larkin to play professionally (one of nine during the 16-year career of the TCU head women’s golf coach). The former TCU standout concluded her career ranked among the top-20 scoring leaders in program history and finished seventh overall at the 1996 Southwest Conference Championships. A first team All-Western Athletic Conference selection, Horton capped off her junior campaign by leading the Frogs to their first WAC crown followed by a silver medal the following season. During her career at TCU, Horton guided the Frogs to four tournament titles to go along with a pair of NCAA Championship appearances.

Fisher spent six seasons, until May 2007, with the Longhorns under former head coach Susan Watkins. During her time, the Horns posted backto-back top-three showings at the NCAA National Championships, including a second-place finish in the 2002 season. During her time at the University of Texas, Fisher married Rick Arnett – a Class A PGA Professional since 1994 and currently the Head Golf Professional at Great Hills Country Club. The couple has two children in daughter, Caroline, and son, Eric. “These three have left a lasting and positive footprint in our program and something always makes me think of them at practices and tournaments,” Ravaioli-Larkin said. “I have so many fond memories of their time here at TCU, and they always make me smile and laugh. I am so grateful and honored to have coached each of them and even more blessed today to call them my friends. “They are not only a huge part of my team and success we have had over the years, but they are part of my family forever.”

Susan Horton

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History All-Time NCAA Tournament Participation 2009 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

2000 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

May 19-22 • Caves Valley GC • Owings Mills, MD 6,443 yards • par 72 FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1. Arizona State 2. UCLA 3. Southern California 4. Oklahoma State 5. Denver, Univ. of 6. Duke 7. North Carolina 8. Virginia 9. Pepperdine 10. Purdue 18. TCU

302-298-291-291 296-293-304-297 301-295-294-301 303-297-309-290 294-304-309-299 308-301-302-296 299-301-306-304 305-302-301-304 312-298-302-301 306-301-311-298 314-316-301-307

TCU SCORES T30. Rachel Raastad T66. Valentine Derrey T90. Allyson Ferguson T96. Brooke Beeler T107. Prisela Campbell

77-74-72-78 78-83-76-73 80-81-77-77 79-79-79-79 83-82-76-79

May 24-27 • Crosswater CC • Sunriver, Ore. 6,482 yards • par 71 1182 1190 1191 1199 1206 1207 1210 1212 1213 1216 1238 301 310 315 316 320

May 20-23 • UNM Championship GC • Albuquerque, N.M. 6,375 yards • par 72

TCU SCORES 48t Valentine Derrey 65t Melissa Loh 68t Prisela Campbell 93t Carrie Morris 109t Allyson Ferguson

284-300-295-289 289-295-298-292 299-300-300-281 298-304-303-283 290-301-301-297 293-294-308-296 295-299-299-298 298-297-302-297 301-299-297-299 293-306-306-292 298-310-312-307 77-80-72-74 74-76-77-79 72-77-81-77 75-77-82-80 78-82-82-77

1,168 1,174 1,180 1,188 1,189 1,191 1,191 1,194 1,196 1,197 1,227 303 306 307 314 319

300-287-293-290 303-294-291-297 303-291-299-293 295-306-304-291 299-300-304-294 303-302-298-297 306-299-300-297 303-299-300-303 309-304-300-300 297-306-307-304 307-299-300-309

TCU Scores 11t Catherine Matranga 34t Elin Emanuelsson 57t Camille Blackerby 91t Valentine Derrey 110t Megan O’Donnell

72-71-74-80 78-77-75-73 76-79-74-78 86-74-77-78 81-77-83-85

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TCU SCORES 65t Lori Sutherland, TCU 68t Jennifer Patterson, TCU 81t Brenda Anderson, TCU 105t Shannon Barr, TCU WD Angela Stanford, TCU

79-75-72-82 78-72-79-80 79-74-78-81 81-75-76-88 75-76-76-WD

1,175 1,196 1,198 1,199 1,206 1,210 1,211 1,213 1,215 1,216 1,240 308 309 312 320 DNF

May 19-21 • Tulsa CC • Tulsa, Okla. 6,202 yards • par 71

*Fourth round cancelled due to thunderstorms

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 Duke 2t Arizona State 2t Georgia 4 Arizona 5 Pepperdine 6 Tulsa 7 Southern California 8 Stanford 9 Texas 10 LSU 17t TCU

288-309-298 300-309-294 301-303-299 305-307-292 302-301-308 313-300-300 305-302-307 304-304-308 309-298-314 303-314-306 317-314-315

895 903 903 904 911 913 914 916 921 923 946

TCU SCORES 29t Angela Stanford, TCU 48t Jennifer Patterson, TCU 69t Susan Horton, TCU 85t Brenda Anderson, TCU 88t Shannon Fisher, TCU

82-75-73 78-78-78 77-81-81 81-80-83 81-81-84

230 234 239 244 246

1997 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

2007 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

May 22-25 • LPGA International Legends Course • Daytona Beach, Fla. 6,984 yards • par 72 FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 Duke 2 Purdue 3 UCLA 4 USC 5 Stanford 6 Vanderbilt 7 Pepperdine 8 Georgia 9 Auburn 10 Louisville 11 TCU

299-285-281-310 301-298-297-300 295-308-291-303 305-291-297-306 301-298-306-301 302-302-300-306 296-303-296-316 302-312-296-303 298-303-307-307 313-298-302-303 311-296-302-331

1999 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

2008 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 USC 2 UCLA 3 Duke 4 Purdue 5 Arizona State 6t Denver 6t Texas A&M 8 Arkansas 9 Florida 10 Wake Forest 17t TCU

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 Arizona 2 Stanford 3 Texas 4 Southern California 5 Tennessee 6 Auburn 7 Georgia 8 Pepperdine 9 Purdue 10 LSU T-20 TCU

1,170 1,185 1,186 1,196 1,197 1,200 1,202 1,205 1,213 1,214 1,215 297 303 307 315 326

May 21-24 • Scarlet Course • Columbus, Ohio 6,101 yards • par 72 FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 Arizona State 2 San Jose State 3 Arizona 4 Stanford 5 UCLA 6 Tennessee 7 Oregon 8t Ohio State 8t Tulsa 10 Florida 12 TCU

297-300-290-291 299-293-295-293 292-298-302-298 304-300-293-294 301-297-301-293 309-301-295-292 303-302-297-298 303-308-296-295 308-301-298-295 305-301-303-299 316-305-301-297

1,178 1,180 1,190 1,191 1,192 1,197 1,200 1,202 1,202 1,208 1,219

TCU SCORES 25t Angela Stanford, TCU 49t Amanda Workman, TCU 56t Shannon Fisher, TCU 66t Susan Horton, TCU 79t Dana Schmid, TCU

77-75-75-72 78-77-78-73 82-77-73-76 83-76-76-76 79-83-77-77

299 306 308 311 316

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History All-Time NCAA Tournament Participation 1991 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

May 21-24 • Scarlet Course • Columbus, Ohio 6,101 yards • par 72 FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1t UCLA (won one-hole playoff ) 1t San Jose State 3 Arizona 4 USF 5 Georgia 6 Stanford 7 Texas 8 Lamar 9 Tulsa 10 Kentucky 17 TCU TCU SCORES 26t Barbara Plant, TCU 69t Tricia Allen, TCU 86t Jane Kragh, TCU

301-288-307-301 300-291-307-299 306-301-306-299 298-298-316-305 306-301-303-312 312-305-302-305 312-304-309-307 305-315-303-310 309-307-310-309 312-304-313-308 328-314-319-317

1,197 1,197 1,212 1,217 1,222 1,224 1,232 1,233 1,235 1,237 1,278

80-73-75-78 83-80-78-77 83-77-83-83

306 318 326

1989 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1983 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

May 24-27 • Stanford GC • Stanford, Calif. 5,953 yards • par 73 FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 San Jose State 2 Tulsa 3 Oklahoma State 4 Arizona 5 Florida 6t Arizona State 6t Georgia 8 North Carolina 9 Southern California 10t Stanford 10t Texas 14 TCU TCU SCORES 26t Ellie Gibson, TCU 48t Barbara Pestana, TCU 59t Tricia Allen, TCU 78t Annette Kealoha, TCU 80t Chris Miller, TCU

TCU had all five players earn top-30 finishes to claim the 1983 NCAA title.

May 25-28 • Georgia GC • Athens, Ga. 6,064 yards • par 74

308-296-293-311 294-301-299-315 312-305-300-301 308-305-299-308 300-311-303-316 311-312-302-309 310-300-312-312 309-303-307-318 313-311-297-317 310-309-299-322 313-313-309-317 325-310-301-322

1,208 1,209 1,219 1,220 1,230 1,234 1,234 1,237 1,238 1,240 1,240 1,252

82-74-76-75 83-79-74-79 78-81-79-79 82-84-72-84 83-76-81-83

307 315 317 322 323

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 TCU 2 Tulsa 3 Georgia 4 SMU 5 Florida 6 Miami (Fla.) 7 Lamar 8 Florida International 9 Furman 10 USF TCU SCORES 4 Rita Moore, TCU 5t Marci Bozarth, TCU 19t Anne Kelly, TCU 23t Rae Rothfelder, TCU 30t Jenny Lidback, TCU

300-299-302-292 304-298-297-297 306-302-300-298 304-305-299-301 300-306-312-297 308-306-307-295 309-313-306-298 303-311-298-317 315-303-300-312 311-307-310-305

1,193 1,196 1,206 1,209 1,215 1,216 1,226 1,229 1,230 1,233

74-75-74-71 72-75-74-74 78-77-76-73 77-76-78-74 77-73-79-78

294 295 304 305 307

1982 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS May 26-29 • Georgia GC • Athens, Ga. 6,064 yards • par 74

1984 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS May 23-26 • Innisbrook GC • Athens, Ga. 6,036 yards • par 73

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 Miami (Fla.) 2 Arizona State 3 Furman 4 Florida 5 USF 6 Tulsa 7 Duke 8 New Mexico 9 Stanford 10 Ohio State 14 TCU TCU SCORES 28t Kris Hanson, TCU 63t Rae Rothfelder, TCU 76 Kris Tschetter 82t Rita Moore, TCU

305-298-303-308 307-302-304-308 304-303-317-302 307-315-306-300 310-308-309-310 311-305-315-307 307-315-309-313 307-322-304-312 316-314-313-311 318-322-304-317 313-319-323-337

1,214 1,221 1,226 1,228 1,237 1,238 1,244 1,245 1,254 1,261 1,292

76-75-79-81 75-76-82-88 82-83-79-83 80-85-83-85

311 321 327 333

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 Tulsa 2 TCU 3 Oklahoma State 4 Florida 5 Texas A&M 6 Stanford 7 UCLA 8 New Mexico 9 Southern California 10 Arizona State TCU SCORES 15 Anne Kelly, TCU 19t Marci Bozarth, TCU 19t Rae Rothfelder, TCU

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75-77-75-77 75-79-81-72 73-80-77-77

1,191 1,227 1,233 1,234 1,246 1,247 1,248 1,251 1,253 1,254 304 307 307

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History Horned Frogs on the LPGA Tour

MARCI BOZARTH

1984-1987 119 rds, 78.13 avg • Sioux Falls, S.D.

• Two-time first-team All-American • All-Southwest Conference performer in 1983 • Ranked fifth nationally • Finished fifth at the NCAA Championships in ‘83, as TCU finished first • First woman inducted into the TCU Hall of Honor in 1998

• Three-time All-Southwest Conference team • Two-time team MVP • Four-year letterwinner • Two top-10 SWC finishes (fifth in 1986 and ninth in 1987) • Inducted into the TCU Hall of Honor in the fall of 2001

Upon graduation, Bozarth immediately began what turned out to be a 10-year professional career on the LPGA tour. Among her notable LPGA achievements, she grabbed a thirdplace finish at the 1986 Women’s Kemper Open, a tie for seventh place at the 1989 Rail Charity Golf Classic, and a hole-in-one during the third round of the 1990 SAFECO Classic.

ANGELA STANFORD

1997-2000 135 rds, 75.16 avg • Saginaw, Texas • Most decorated golfer in TCU history • Won a school-record nine tournaments • Four time All-American • Four time All-WAC • WAC Freshman of the Year in 1997 • WAC Player of the Year in 1999 Stanford carried her TCU success to the LPGA tour. In 2008, she broke the $1 million mark in season earnings for the first time in her eightyear career. She has collected four tournament titles and twice participated in one of the highest honors in women’s professional golf, representing the United States on the 2003 and victorious 2007 Solheim Cup teams.

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KRIS TSCHETTER

1981-1983 94.5 rds, 75.44 avg • Lampasas, Texas

After graduating in 1987, Tschetter made her way to the LPGA Tour. A long and successful career saw her finish in the top 10 49 times, including a victory at the 1992 Northgate Computer Classic and runner-up finishes at the 1996 LPGA Open and 1997 Kraft Nabisco Championship. Following hip surgery in 2000, Tschetter returned to the LPGA Tour in 2001 and played a full schedule, including six top-10 finishes. She was honored with the Heather Farr Award for her dedication.

BROOKE TULL

2001-2004 89 rds, 75.19 avg • Georgetown, Texas • Won 2002 C-USA Championship • Posted sub-70 scores three times, most ever in a TCU single season • Finished in the top 20 in nine of 10 tournaments her junior season • Seven top-10 finishes in that same season • Recorded a 75.6 stroke average while at TCU Tull placed fourth out of 140 players in the final stage of LPGA Qualifying School in December 2005, providing her full status on the Tour. At the 90-hole event in Daytona Beach, Fla., Tull carded a 4-under-par 73-70-72-7071=356.

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ELLIE GIBSON

1986, 1988-89 96 rds, 78.07 avg • Houston, Texas • Two-time All-Southwest Conference selection • Two-time TCU MVP • Two-time Academic Achievement Award recipient • First-team All-American • Ranked as high as fifth nationally • TCU’s 1989 Female Athlete of the Year Upon her graduation in 1989, Gibson began competing on the Futures Tour and soon after qualified to join the LPGA Tour. During her 11-year career, Gibson recorded 14 top20 finishes. Her best effort came at the 1997 Los Angeles Women’s Championship when she finished in third place at 5-under-par.

D’RAE WARD

2002-2005 96 rds, 77.34 avg • Weatherford, Texas • Won back-to-back tournaments • Won 2003 C-USA Championship • Named Golf Digest’s Golfer of the Week after winning the Waterlefe/USF Invitational • Two-time All-Conference selection • Two-time recipient of TCU women’s golf Leap Frog Award Ward turned professional in June 2005 and finished second at the Tennessee State Open. She tied for 47th at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to earn non-exempt status for the 2006 LPGA Tour season. Ward qualified for the Tour on her first attempt.

History 1983 NCAA WOMEN’S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS

TCU Rallies for NCAA Women’s Golf Title

She just didn’t know how good. But it was one of the best in TCU history as the Frogs quickly wiped out a two-stroke deficit and fired a record four-under par 292 to win the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship. The day’s effort gave the Frogs a four-day, 72-hole total of nine-over 1,193 on the hilly and pine-lined University of Georgia course as they beat defending champion Tulsa by three strokes. For TCU, this was the first national team title that the school actually “won,” although the 1938 Frog football team was voted No. 1 in the nation after going undefeated. It was definitely a time to celebrate as the Frogs won the national title and two golfers— Marci Bozarth and Jenny Lidback—were named first-team All-Americans. Bozarth, a senior, closed with a 74 over the 6,064-yard course while, ironically, Lidback’s 78 was the throw-away score. Senior Anne Kelly, who helped the Frogs win the SWC crown by firing a final day 69, pitched in with a one-under 73 from her fifth player spot. And Rae Rothfelder, who was two-under after nine holes, came through with a 74.

Head Coach Fred Warren with the Championship Trophy

When Marci Bozarth watched her 25foot putt plop into the hole to save par on the first hole, she thought to herself, “This is going to be a good day.”

“The key is that we got off to a good start,” said head coach Fred Warren. “I thought we could shoot this course under par, but we always got off to such a bad start we were always just trying to get back to par the first three days.” “But I had a good feeling coming out here today. I just really thought we would win, and it’s much more satisfying to do it by beating an excellent Tulsa team. And Tulsa played good today, too.” According to Tulsa’s coaach Dale McNamara, “We made an honorable run at it. TCU just played fantastic. But that’s golf, and that’s the way it should have been.” The Frogs didn’t make their move until the seventh hole, though, and had actually lost two strokes through the first six as the Golden Hurricane was one-over at that point and TCU was three-over. Then in the closing holes on the front, disaster struck the Hurricane and the Frogs finished in a flurry of red numbers. Rothfelder drilled a five-iron to within a foot of the hole on the short (401 yards) par-five ninth and sank the putt for an eagle. Moore birdied seven and nine to

go from one-over to one-under, and Kelly did likewise. When the Frogs and Hurricane finished the first nine holes, the Frogs had picked up four strokes with a one-under total to a threeover sum. There were some anxious moments on the back when Rothfelder bogeyed her first three holes and when Moore bogeyed 10. However, Moore came back with a birdie on 11 and Rothfelder birdied 13 to get the Frogs back on track. Kelly and Bozarth said the victory helped ease some of the pain from last year when they finished second to Tulsa in the NCAA, but 36 strokes off the pace. “We came away angry at ourselves last year,” Bozarth said. “But we had a good attitude this year. Everyone has won a tournament this year, so everyone knows how to win. And winning this—it’s like a dream come true.”

Charles Clines Fort Worth Star-Telegram

1983 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS May 23-28 • Georgia GC • Athens, Ga. 6,064 yards • par 74 FINAL TEAM STANDINGS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

TCU Tulsa Georgia SMU Florida Miami (Fla.) Lamar Florida International Furman South Florida

300-299-302-292 304-298-297-297 306-302-300-298 304-305-299-301 300-306-312-297 308-306-307-295 309-313-306-298 303-311-298-317 315-303-300-312 315-303-300-312

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1,193 1,196 1,206 1,209 1,215 1,216 1,226 1,229 1,230 1,233

(+9) (+12) (+22) (+25) (+31) (+32) (+42) (+45) (+46) (+49)

1 2 3 4 5t 5t 19t 23t 30t

Penny Hammel, Miami Cindy Davis, Furman Jody Rosenthal, Tulsa Rita Moore, TCU Kathe Kingston, Miss. State Marci Bozarth, TCU Anne Kelly, TCU Rae Rothfelder, TCU Jenny Lidback, TCU

72-72-71-69 72-69-74-75 70-75-72-74 74-75-74-71 70-72-73-80 72-75-74-74 78-77-76-73 77-76-78-74 77-73-79-78

284 290 291 294 295 295 304 305 307

(-12) (-6) (-5) (-2) (-1) (-1) (+8) (+9) (+11)

Year-By-Year NCAA Final Results 2009...............................................................................................18th 2008...............................................................................................17th 2007...............................................................................................11th 2006.................................................................................... Regionals 2005.................................................................................... Regionals 2004.................................................................................... Regionals 2003.................................................................................... Regionals 2002.................................................................................... Regionals

2001.................................................................................... Regionals 2000...............................................................................................20th 1999...............................................................................................17th 1998.................................................................................... Regionals 1997...............................................................................................12th 1996.................................................................................... Regionals 1994.................................................................................... Regionals 1993.................................................................................... Regionals

1992.................................................................................... Regionals 1991...............................................................................................17th 1989...............................................................................................14th 1984...............................................................................................14th 1983............................................................................ 1st 1982................................................................................................2nd

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History All-Time Conference Tournaments MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE Year Location Team Winner/TCU 2009 Seaside, Calif. New Mexico (903) TCU (917), Second

Individual Winner/TCU Best Jonelle Martinez, Wyoming (221) Brooke Beeler, TCU (225), Fourth Rachel Raastad, TCU (231), T-10th

2008 Albuquerque, N.M. New Mexico (888) TCU (923), Fourth

Jodi Ewart, New Mexico (219) Melissa Loh, TCU (227), Sixth Valentine Derrey, TCU (231), 13th

2007 St. George, Utah TCU (903), First

Jodi Ewart, New Mexico (220) Valentine Derrey, TCU (221), Second Catherine Matranga, TCU (226), Fourth

2006 St. George, Utah UNLV (895) TCU (927), Fourth

Alison Walshe, Tulane (214) Catherine Matranga, TCU (227) 10th Elin Emanuelsson, TCU (231), 17th

CONFERENCE USA

Year Location Team Winner/TCU 2005 Germantown, Tenn. Tulane (898) TCU (903), Second

Individual Winner/TCU Best Alison Walshe, Tulane (214) Stacey Bieber, TCU (223), Second D”Rae Ward, TCU (225), Fifth

2004 Fort Worth, Texas Tulane (941) Liliana Alvarez, Tulane (226) TCU (959), Second Brooke Tull, TCU (230), Third Camille Blackerby, TCU (238), Seventh 2003 Dade City, Fla. USF (912) TCU (913), Second 2002 Hattiesbug, Miss. TCU (886), First

D’Rae Ward, TCU (224) Brooke Tull, TCU (226), Fourth Shannon Barr, TCU (228), Sixth Brooke Tull, TCU (215) Shannon Barr, TCU (223), Eighth D”Rae Ward, TCU (223), Eighth

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Year Location Team Winner/TCU 2001 Dallas, Texas Tulsa (864) TCU (889), Second

Individual Winner/TCU Best Stacy Prammanasudh, Tulsa (211) Courtney Wood, TCU (219), Third Shannon Barr, TCU (225), 10th Brenda Anderson, TCU (225), 10th

2000 Broken Arrow, Okla. Tulsa (911) TCU (914), Second

Angela Stanford, TCU (218) Lori Sutherland, TCU (233), Ninth Shannon Barr, TCU (235), 10th

1999 Pleasanton, Calif. Tulsa (923) TCU (924), Second

Niina Laitinen, Tulsa (222) Brenda Anderson, TCU (225), Third Susan Horton, TCU (234), 10th

1998 Monterrey, Calif. TCU (924), First 1997 Dallas, Texas

San Jose State (892) TCU (936), Fourth

SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE

Year Location 1996 Coll. Station, Texas

Team Winner/TCU Texas (907) TCU (945), Fifth

Individual Winner/TCU Best Kelli Kuehne, Texas (225) Susan Horton, TCU (231), Seventh

1995 Dallas, Texas

Texas (951) TCU (1,020), Fifth

Isabelle Rosberg, Texas A&M (230) Dana Schmid, TCU (247), 14th

1994 Fort Worth, Texas Texas (898) TCU (941), Fourth

Nadine Ash, Texas (215) Geraldine Doran, TCU (235), Eighth Kristi Phearson, TCU (236), 10th

1993 San Antonio, Texas Texas (907) Jenny Turner, Texas (223) TCU (961), Second Jane Kragh, TCU (236), Fifth Charlotte Copping, TCU (243), Ninth 1992 San Antonio, Texas SMU (930) TCU (962), Third

Barbara Blackwell, SMU (226) Jane Kragh, TCU (232), Third Tricia Allen, TCU (239), 10th

1991 San Antonio, Texas Texas (930) TCU (943), Third

Jamie Fischer, Texas (219) Barbara Plant, TCU (235), Sixth Annette Kealoha, TCU (236), Seventh

1990 San Antonio, Texas Texas (921) TCU (943), Third

Barbara Blackwell, SMU (226) Barbara Plant, TCUI (227), Second Jane Kragh, TCU (237), Ninth

1989 Sugar Land, Texas Texas (895) TCU (913), Second

Michiko Hattori, Texas (217) Ellie Gibson, TCU (221), Second Chris Miller, TCU (228), Fifth

1988 Sugar Land, Texas Texas (900) TCU (928), Second

Michiko Hattori, Texas (213) Ellie Gibson, TCU (225), Fourth Barbara Pestana, TCU (232), Sixth

1987 Sugar Land, Texas Texas (887) TCU (927), Third

Kate Golden, Texas (219) Ellie Gibson, TCU (221), Fourth Kris Tschetter, TCU (228), Ninth

1986 Houston, Texas SMU (898) TCU (927), Third

Susan Ginter, Texas (218) Kris Tschetter, TCU (228), Fifth Elllie Gibson, TCU (228), Fifth

1985 Bryan, Texas Texas A&M (907) TCU (968), Fourth

Patricia Gonzales, Texas A&M (223) Susan Thompson, TCU (237), 13th Kris Tschetter, TCU (239), 14th

1984 Austin, Texas Texas (896) TCU (923), Second

Nancy Ledbetter, Texas (216) Kris Hanson, TCU (227), Second Rae Rothfelder, TCU (229), Seventh

1983 Forth Worth, Texas TCU (889), First

Niina Laitinen, Tulsa (222) Brenda Anderson, TCU (230), Second Angela Stanford, TCU (231), Fifth Marie Hedelberg, SJSU (220) Angela Stanford, TCU (226), Eighth

Catherine Matranga

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Rita Moore, TCU (220) Anne Kelly, TCU (222), Third Marci Bozarth, TCU (223), Fifth

History Under Head Coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin 2008-2009 FALL Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire 301-308-313=922 Ron Moore Intercollegiate 305-289-286=880 Windy City Classic 306-297-297=900 Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown 290-283-286=859 SPRING Lady Puerto Rico Classic 302-301-313=916 Central District Invitational 310-292-307=909 LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic 290-301-289=880 Bryan National Collegiate 311-316-303=930 MWC Championships 305-302-310=917 NCAA West Regional 289-293-291=873 NCAA National Championships 314-316-301-307=1238 2007-2008 FALL NCAA Preview 305-304-300=909 Lady Paladin Invitational 300-297-299=896 Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown 299-297-308=904 SPRING Regional Challenge 306-310-309=925 Lady Puerto Rico Classic 294-300-293=887 Texas A&M MoMorial 325-334-332=991 Betsy Rawls Invitational 321-321=642 Bryan National Collegiate 310-325-312=947 MWC Championships 324-302-297=923 NCAA Central Regional 285-300-299=884 NCAA National Chammpionships 298-310-312-307=1227 2006-2007 FALL Dick McGuire Invitational 296-298-295=889 Jeannine McHaney Intercollegiate 298-297-286=881 Lady Paladin Invitational 310-313-313=936 Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown 303-300-294=897 Aloha Purdue Collegiate 303-313-291=907 SPRING Central District Invitational 311-301-294=906 Lady Puerto Rico Classic 289-296-308=893 Sun Trust Lady Gator Classic 297-291-302=890 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational 306-309-303=918 BYU Dixie Classic 298-298-298=894 MWC Championships 300-306-297=903 NCAA Central Regional 289-291-303=883 NCAA National Championships 300-299-300=309 2005-2006 FALL Badger Invitational 310-316-305=931 Dick McGuire Invitational 304-303-310=917 Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational 287-283-299=869 Lady Paladin Invitational 301-304-298=903 Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown 308-297-295=900 SPRING Lady Puerto Rico Classic 307-301-307=915 Texas A&M MoMorial 318-309-308=935 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational 303-323-314=940 Northwestern Invitational 292-301-292=885 MWC Championships 312-294-321=927 NCAA Central Regional 319-313-318=950

11th 2nd 2nd 7th 5th 7th 8th 13th 2nd 4th 18th

15th 1st 10th 11th 3rd 8th 5th 14th 4th 4th 17th

4th T2nd 6th T11th 5th 4th 6th 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 3rd 11th

8th 13th 1st 3rd 13th 9th 3rd 5th 5th 4th T17th

2004-2005 FALL Dick McGuire Invitational 300-308-298=906 Jeannine McHaney Intercollegiate 304-306=610 Price’s Give Em Five Invitational 317-295-323=935 Lady Paladin Invitational 298-293-297=888 SPRING Lady Puerto Rico Classic 304-301-304=909 Texas A&M MoMorial 315-317-313=945 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational 324-307-307=938 PING/ASU Invitational 306-300-304=910 Lady Boilermaker Invitational 299-299-300=898 Conference USA Championships 294-301-308=903 NCAA Central Regional 299-328-311=938 2003-2004 FALL Oregon State Invitational 307-297-313=917 Dick McGuire Invitational 310-305-312=927 Shootout at the Legends 293-299-302=894 Lady Paladin Invitational 305-291-303=899 SPRING Tulane Invitational 318-319-329=966 Central District Invitational 299-305-311=915 Texas A&M MoMorial Invitational 307-308-297=912 Dr. Thompson Rainbow Tournament 309-301-320=930 Betsy Rawls Invitational 320-326-320=966 PING/ASU Invitational 313-310-297=919 Conference USA Championships 325-308-326=959 NCAA Central Regional 308-319-308=935 2002-2003 FALL Dick McGuire Invitational 306-300-313=919 Price’s Give Em Five Intercollegiate 316-306-300=922 Lady Paladin Invitational 307-293-287=887 Auburn Derby 310-316-296=922 SPRING Tulane Invitational 309-303-310=922 Texas A&M MomMorial Invitational 316-312=628 Waterlefe/USF Invitational 307-292-299=898 Baylor-Tapatio Springs Shootout 298-319-308=925 Conference USA Championships 304-306-303=913 NCAA Central Regional 314-320-304=938 2001-2002 FALL NCAA Fall Preview 307-311=618 Big 12 Invitational 316-298-324=938 Lady Paladin Invitational 304-306-310=920 SPRING TRW Regional Challenge 321-307-318=946 Central District Invitational 312-296=608 Verizon Texas A&M MoMorial Invite 315-318=633 Dr. Thompson Rainbow Tournament 302-319-303=924 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic 320-322-310=952 PING/ASU Invitational 304-299-295=898 Conference USA Championships 298-298-290=886 NCAA Central Regional 314-320-304=938

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2nd T7th T4th 3rd 6th 4th 3rd 7th 9th 14th 2nd 12th

8th 8th 3rd 12th 2nd T7th 1st 4th 2nd 11th

19th 5th 7th 18th 8th 3rd 3rd 7th 9th 1st 11th

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History Under Head Coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin 2000-2001 FALL Dick McGuire Invitational 309-309-310=928 Mercedes-Benz Championship 311-310-302=923 Lady Paladin Invitational 300-299-306=905 Price’s Give Em Five Intercollegiate 289-292-316=897 SPRING TRW Regional Challenge 311-303-298=912 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic 306-295=601 Lady Rainbow Invitational 302-310-299=911 PING/ASU Invitational 299-303-293=895 WAC Championships 301-290-298=889 NCAA East Regional 302-310-304=916

10th 6th 8th 2nd 7th 3rd 5th 3rd 2nd 11th

1999-2000

FALL NCAA Fall Preview Golf World/Palmetto Dunes Dick McGuire Invitational TRW Challenge Lady Paladin Invitational SPRING Midwest Classic Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic WAC Championships NCAA West Regional NCAA Championships

317-312-315=944 304-314-313=931 305-310-295=910 298-316-309=923 307-313-303=923

T20th 11th 8th 13th 6th

306-308-322=936 311-310-311=932 307-298-309=914 305-293-294=832 311-296-312-331=1,240

1st 3rd 2nd 5th T20th

1998-1999 FALL Jeannine McHaney Invitational 299-309-310=918 Dick McGuire Invitational 302-310-303=915 Lady Paladin Invitational 315-299-299=913 Roadrunner Invitational 295-313-306=914 SPRING SMU/Ohio State Challenge 299-309-319=927 Bruin Classic 315-302-303=920 Rainbow Tournament 302-301-297=900 ASU Invitational 304-312-302=918 WAC Championships 296-316-312=924 NCAA West Regional 308-296-300=904 NCAA Championships 317-314-315=946 1997-1998 FALL Colorado State Fall Classic 304-303-298=905 The Topy Cup 326-326-313=965 Dick McGuire Invitational 302-290-308=900 Lady Paladin Invitational 297-306-305=908 SPRING SMU/Ohio State Challenge 310-298-306=914 GTE Mo-Morial Invitational 311-313-312=936 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic 310-319-307=936 PING/ASU Invitational 311-294-301=906 Utah Dixie Classic 304-310=614 WAC Championship 314-296-314=924 NCAA West Regional 307-312-308=927

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1996-1997 SPRING Texas A&M Monica Welsh Memorial 305-301-332=938 San Jose State Spartan Invitational 324-310-318=946 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic 315-312-311=938 Rainbow Wahine Golf Invitational 318-310-318=946 PING/ASU Invitational 307-310-301=918 WAC Championships 314-314-308=936 NCAA West Regional 301-293-295=889 NCAA Championships 316-305-301-297=1,219 1995-1996 FALL Chip-N-Club Invitational 326-321-324=971 Dick McGuire Invitational 314-325-328=967 Lady Paladin Invitational 313-316-313=942 San Diego State Fall Classic 318-322=640 SPRING Conquistadores Arizona Invitational 322-310-323=955 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic 323-328-313=964 PING/ASU Invitational 329-322-304=955 Susie M. Berning Classic 318-322-304=944 FALL Dick McGuire Invitational Ihlanfeldt Husky Lady Paladin Invitational National Collegiate

6th 15th 15th 4th 19th 13th 2nd 2nd

1994-1995 318-325-327=970 332-337-347=1,016 332-314-324=970 337-328-337=1,002

15th 14th 19th 18th

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2nd 4th 1st 6th 9th 4th 5th 6th 4th 1st T16th

2nd 9th 1st T4th 5th 4th 7th 12th

1998 WAC Champions

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History Team Records LOW ROUNDS

SINGLE SEASON RECORDS SCORE/RND TOURNAMENT

Most Team Titles: Eight (1982-83)

Most Individual Titles:

Marci Bozarth...................................................................1 title Anne Kelly.........................................................................1 title Jenny Lidback..................................................................2 titles Rae Rothfeder..................................................................1 title Rita Moore........................................................................1 title

Most Sweeps of Team/Individual Titles: Four (1982-83)

Year 1982

Tournament Susie M. Berning

Medalist Marci Bozarth

1983

San Jose Lady Anne Kelly & Spartan Invitational Jenny Lidback

1983

LSU-Fairwood Invitational Jenny Lidback

1983

SWC Championships

Rita Moore

TEAM TOURNAMENT TITLES (SINCE 1981) YEAR 1981 1981 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1984 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989 1990 1996 1997 1997 1998 2000 2002 2003 2005 2005 2007 2007

TOURNAMENT

Minnesota Invitational Bluebonnet Bowl Invitational Lady Aztec Invitational Houston Baptist Women’s Intercollegiate LSU-Fairwood Invitational Lamar Lady Cardinal Classic Susie M. Berning Invitational Dick McGuire Invitational Lamar Lady Cardinal Classic San Jose Lady Spartan Invitational LSU-Fairwood Invitational SMU Lady Mustang Roundup SWC Championships NCAA Championships Dick McGuire Invitational TCU-SMU-NTSU Triangular Susie M. Berning Invitational SMU Classic Lamar Lady Cardinal Classic South Carolina Invitational Lamar Lady Cardinal Classic U.S. International Invitational OU/OSU Invitational Colorado State/Wyoming Fall Classic Betsy Rawls Invitational Dick McGuire Invitational WAC Championships Midwest Classic Conference USA Championships Waterlefe/USF Invitational Lady Boilermaker Invitational Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational MWC Championships Lady Paladin Invitational

283/2nd 283/2nd 285/1st 286/3rd 286/3rd 286/3rd 287/1st 287/3rd 289/1st 289/3rd 289/2nd 289/1st 289/1st 289/1st 290/1st 290/1st 290/2nd 290/2nd 291/3rd 291/1st 291/2nd 291/3rd 291/2nd 291/2nd 291/3rd 291/2nd 292/2nd 292/3rd 292/1st 292/2nd 292/2nd

DATE

Oct. 27-29, 2008 Oct. 10-11, 2005 May 8-10, 2008 Oct. 27-29, 2008 Oct. 27-29, 2008 Sept. 18-19, 2006 Oct. 10-11, 2005 Oct. 25-27, 2002 May 7-9, 2009 March 13-15, 2009 Oct. 27-29, 2008 May 10-12, 2007 Feb. 23-25, 2007 Oct. 30-31, 2000 March 13-15, 2009 Oct. 27-29, 2008 April 23-25, 2001 Sept. 25-27, 1997 Oct. 16-18, 2009 Sept. 19-20, 2009 Sept. 19-20, 2009 May 7-9, 2009 May 10-12, 2007 March 10-11, 2007 Nov. 22-24, 2006 Oct. 30-31, 2000 Feb. 16-17, 2009 April 3-4, 2006 April 3-4, 2006 March 17-18, 2003 Oct. 30-31, 2000

LOW TOURNAMENT TOTAL

SCORE

917 208 603 602 310 190 892 947 751 597 599 954 912 1,193 907 305 960 884 904 916 919 936 936 895 938 900 924 936 886 898 898 869 903 896

COURSE/CITY

Las Vegas Collegiate Boulder Creek GC/Boulder City, Nev. Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Colbert Hills/Manhattan, Kan. NCAA Regional UT Golf Course/Austin, Texas Ron Moore Highlands Ranch GC/Highlands Ranch, Colo. Las Vegas Collegiate Boulder Creek GC/Boulder City, Nev. Jeannine McHaney Intercollegiate Rawls GC/Lubbock, Texas Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Colbert Hills/Manhattan, Kan. Lady Paladin Invitational Furman GC/Greenville, S.C. NCAA West Regional Karsten GC/Tempe, Ariz. LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic The University Club/Baton Rouge, La. Ron Moore Highlands Ranch GC/Highlands Ranch, Colo. NCAA Central Regional UM Golf Course/Ann Arbor, Mich. Lady Puerto Rico Classic Cocoa Beach GC/Rio Grande, P.R. Price’s Intercollegiate NMSU Golf Course/Las Cruces, N.M. LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic The University Club/Baton Rouge, La. Las Vegas Collegiate Boulder Creek GC/Boulder City, Nev. WAC Championship Golf Club at Castle Hills/Lewisville, Texas Dick McGuire Invitational UNM Golf Course/Albuquerque, N.M. Mercedes Benz Collegiate Fox Den CC/Knoxville, Tenn. Dick McGuire Invitational UNM Golf Course/Albuquerque, N.M. Dick McGuire Invitational UNM Golf Course/Albuquerque, N.M. NCAA West Regional Karsten GC/Tempe, Ariz. NCAA Central Regional UM Golf Course/Ann Arbor, Mich. SunTrust Lady Gator Invite UF Golf Course/Gainesville, Fla. Aloha Purdue Collegiate Kiahuna GC/Poipu, Kauai, Hawai’i Lady Paladin Invitational Furman GC/Grenville, S.C. Central District Invitational River Wilderness CC/Parish, Fla. Northwestern Invitational Gary Player/Rancho Mirage, Calif. Northwestern Invitational Gary Player/Rancho Mirage, Calif. USF Invitational Waterlefe GC/Bradenton, Fla. Price’s Intercollegiate NMSU Golf Course/Las Cruces, N.M.

SCORE TOURNAMENT 859 869 873 880 880 881 883 883 884 885 887 887 888 889 889 889 890 892 893 894 894 895 895 896 897 897 898 898 899

COURSE/CITY

DATE

Las Vegas Collegiate Boulder Creek GC/Boulder City, Nev. Oct. 27-29, 2008 Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Colbert Hills/Manhattan, Kan. Oct. 10-11, 2005 NCAA West Regional Karsten GC/Tempe, Ariz. May 7-9, 2009 LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic The University Club/Baton Rouge, La. March 13-15, 2009 Ron Moore Intercollegiate Highlands Ranch GC/Highlands Ranch, Colo. Sept. 22-24, 2008 Jeannine McHaney Intercollegiate Rawls GC/Lubbock, Texas Sept, 18-19, 2006 Dick McGuire Invitational UNM Championship Course/Albuquerque Sept. 19-20, 2009 NCAA Central Regional UM Golf Course/Ann Arbor, Mich. May 10-12, 2007 NCAA Regional Championship UT Golf Course/Austin, Texas May 8-10, 2008 Northwestern Invitational Gary Player/Rancho Mirage, Calif. May 10-12, 2007 Lady Puerto Rico Classic Cocoa Beach GC/San Juan, P.R. Feb. 24-26, 2008 Lady Paladin Invitational Furman GC/Greenville, S.C. Oct. 25-27, 2002 Lady Paladin Invitational Furman GC/Greenville, S.C. Oct. 22-24, 2004 Dick McGuire Invitational UNM Golf Course/Albuquerque, N.M. Sept. 11-12, 2006 WAC Championships Golf Club at Castle Hill/Lewisville, Texas April 23-25, 2001 NCAA West Regional Randolph Park North GC/Tucson, Ariz. May 8-10, 1997 Sun Trust Lady Gator Invite UF Golf Course/Gainesville, Fla. March 10-11, 2007 NCAA West Regional Karsten GC/Tempe, Ariz. May 11-13, 2000 Lady Puerto Rico Classic Cocoa Beach GC/Rio Grande, P.R. Feb. 23-25, 2007 BYU Dixie Classic Entrada at Snow Canyon/St. George, Utah April 3-4, 2007 Shootout at the Legends The Legends GC/Franklin, Ind. Oct. 6-7, 2003 Ping/ASU Invitational Karsten GC/Tempe, Ariz. April 7-9, 2001 Cowgirl Fall Classic Southridge GC/Fort Collins, Colo. Sept. 9-10, 1996 Lady Paladin Invitational Fuman GC/Greenville, S.C. Oct. 19-21, 2007 Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Antehm CC/Henderson, Nev. Oct.31-Nov. 2, 2006 Price”s Intercollegiate NMSU Golf Course/Las Cruces, N.M. Oct. 30-31, 2000 Lady Boilermaker Kampen Course/West Lafayette, Ind. April 9-10, 2005 USF Invitational Waterlefe GC/Badenton, Fla. March 17-18, 2003 Lady Paladin Invitational Furman GC/Greenville, S.C. Oct. 24-26, 2003

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History Individual Records INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES MOST WINS-SEASON:

Angela Stanford

4

1999-2000

Angela Stanford

9

1997-2000

Camille Blackerby Catherine Matranga Angela Stanford Elin Emanuelsson Camille Blackerby Camille Blackerby Valentine Derrey Catherine Matranga Carrie Morris

40 40 37 34 33 33 33 33 33

2006-2007 2006-2007 1996-1997 2006-2007 2003-2004 2005-2006 2007-2008 2005-2006 2005-2006

Camille Blackerby Angela Stanford Catherine Matranga Annette Keahoha Brooke Tull

136 135 132 125 122

2003-2007 1996-2000 2003-2007 1989-1992 2000-2004

Brooke Tull Angela Stanford

8 8

2003-2004 1997-1998

Angela Stanford

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1996-2000

MOST WINS-CAREER:

MOST ROUNDS-SEASON:

MOST ROUNDS-CAREER:

MOST TOP-10 FINISHES-SEASON: MOST TOP-10 FINISHES-CAREER:

ALL-TIME HEAD COACHES Angie Ravaioli-Larkin • 14 seasons at TCU

Ravaioli-Larkin

Arney

SEASON 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

CONFERENCE 5th • SWC 5th • SWC 4th • WAC 1st • WAC 2nd • WAC 2nd • WAC 2nd • WAC 1st • C-USA 2nd • C-USA 2nd • C-USA 2nd • C-USA 4th • MWC 1st • MWC 4th • MWC 2nd • MWC

NCAA DNQ Regionals 12th Regionals 17th 20th Regionals Regionals Regionals Regionals Regionals Regionals 11th 17th 18th

Kristi Arney • 9 seasons at TCU

Allison

SEASON 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94

CONFERENCE 3rd • SWC 3rd • SWC T2nd • SWC 2nd • SWC 3rd • SWC 3rd • SWC 3rd • SWC 2nd • SWC 4th • SWC

NCAA DNQ DNQ DNQ 14th DNQ 17th Regionals Regionals Regionals

Scherry Allison • 1 season at TCU Dixon

SEASON 1984-85

CONFERENCE 4th • SWC

NCAA DNQ

Carolyn Dixon • 1/2 season as interim TCU SEASON spring 1984

CONFERENCE 2nd • SWC

NCAA 14th

Fred Warren • 4 1/2 seasons at TCU Warren

SEASON fall 1983 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80

CONFERENCE --- 1st • SWC --- 2nd • TAIAW ---

NCAA /AIAW

--/--

1st 2nd/7th

--/6th

--/--

Mel Thomas • 1 season at TCU Thomas

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SEASON 1978-79

CONFERENCE ---

NCAA/AIAW --/--

TCU MEDALISTS

DATE Sept. 19-20, 1981 Sept. 13-15, 1982 Feb. 25-27, 1983 Feb. 25-27, 1983 March 4-5, 1983 March 11-13, 1983 April 25-27, 1983 Sept. 12-14, 1983 April 10, 1984 Sept. 23-25, 1988 Nov. 6-7, 1988 Nov. 5-6, 1989 Sept. 9-10, 1996 Feb. 24-25, 1997 Oct. 19-20, 1997 March 22-23, 1998 Sept. 24-26, 1998 Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 1998 Sept. 22-24, 1999 Oct. 29-31, 1999 Feb. 25-27, 2000 April 24-27, 2000 April 19-21, 2002 Oc.t 25-27, 2002 March 17-18, 2003 March 23-25, 2003 April 21-23, 2003 Sept. 15-16, 2003 Feb. 23-24, 2004 Sept. 11-12, 2006 Feb. 23-25, 2007

PLAYER Marci Bozarth Marci Bozarth Anne Kelly Jenny Lidback Jenny Lidback Rae Rothfelder Rita Moore Rae Rothfelder Kris Tschetter Ellie Gibson Chris Miller Tricia Allen Susan Horton Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Brooke Tull Brooke Tull D’Rae Ward D’Rae Ward D’Rae Ward Brooke Tull Brooke Tull Catherine Matranga Valentine Derrey

SCORE 210 211 211 212 212 213 214 214 214 215 215 216 216 216 216

PLAYER Valentine Derrey Catherine Matranga Rachel Raastad Prisela Campbell Brooke Tull Rachel Raastad Brooke Beeler Catherine Matranga Angela Stanford Catherine Matranga Angela Stanford Valentine Derrey Catherine Matranga Angela Stanford Brooke Tull

SCORE 66/3rd 67/1st 67/1st 67/1st 67/3rd 68/1st 68/3rd 68/2nd 69/2nd 69/1st 69/2nd 69/2nd 69/2nd 69/2nd 69/1st 69/2nd 69/1st 69/3rd 69/3rd 69/1st 69/3rd 69/3rd 69/1st

PLAYER Prisela Campbell Valentine Derrey Valentine Derrey Rachel Raastad Brooke Tull Catherine Matranga Catherine Matranga Catherine Matranga Brooke Beeler Prisela Campbell Valentine Derrey Valentine Derrey Valentine Derrey Camille Blackerby Elin Emanuelsson Catherine Matranga Rachel Raastad Rachel Raastad Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Brooke Tull Brooke Tull Courtney Wood

TOURNAMENT Minnesota Invitational Susie M. Berning Invitational San Jose Lady Spartan Invitational San Jose Lady Spartan Invitational LSU-Fairwood Betsy Rawls Longhorn SWC Championships Susie M. Berning Invitational TCU-SMU-NTSU Triangular OU/OSU All-College Lamar Lady Cardinal Lamar Lady Cardinal CSU/Wyoming Invitational TAMU Monica Welsh Lady Paladin Invitational Utah Dixie Classic Dick McGuire Invitational NMSU Roadrunner Dick McGuire Invitational Lady Paladin Invitational Midwest Classic WAC Championships C-USA Championships Lady Paladin Invitational Waterlefe/USF Invitational Baylor/Tapatio Springs C-USA Championships Oregon State Invitational Central District Invitational Dick McGuire Invitational Lady Puerto Rico Classic

LOW INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT

TOURNAMENT NCAA Regional Championships Jeannine McHaney Invitational Ron Moore Intercollegiate Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Lady Paladin Invitational UNM Dick McGuire Invitational Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Dick McGuire Invitational 2 times Sun Trust Lady Gator Invite 2 times 4 times NCAA Regionals 4 times 3 times

LOW INDIVIDUAL ROUND

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TOURNAMENT LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic NCAA Regional Championships Lady Puerto Rico Classic Ron Moore Intercollegiate Ping/ASU Invitational NCAA Regionals Jeannine McHaney Intercollegiate Marilynn Smith Invitational Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown NCAA West Regional Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Marilynn Smith Invitational Marilynn Smith Invitational Ping/ASU Invitational UNM Dick McGuire Invitational Ron Moore Intercollegiate Lady Paladin Invitational Roadrunner Invitational Lady Paladin Invitational Price’s Intercollegiate Price’s Intergollegiate

SCORE 225 216 148 148 147 217 220 218 72 210 220 224 216 224 216 147 214 216 215 216 226 218 215 212 217 221 224 219 220 214 217

DATE 05/08 09/06 09/08 10/08 10/02 09/09 10/08 09/06 03/07 05/07

DATE 03/15 05/08 02/07 09/08 04/04 05/07 09/06 10/05 10/08 10/08 05/09 10/08 10/07 10/05 10/05 04/05 09/09 09/08 10/99 10/98 10/02 10/02 10/00

History TCU Honor Roll ALL-AMERICA SCHOLARS/ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS YEAR 1992 1993 1994 1994 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2008 2009

PLAYER Julie Perry Jane Kragh Sharon Germain Julie Perry Brenda Anderson Brenda Anderson Jennifer Patterson Brenda Anderson Jennifer Patterson Jennifer Patterson Shannon Barr Traci Robison Stacey Bieber Camille Blackerby Traci Robison Stacey Bieber Camille Blackerby Stacey Bieber Camille Blackerby Camille Blackerby Melissa Loh Melissa Loh

TEAM NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA NGCA/CoSIDA NGCA NGCA

TOP 20 CAREER SCORING LEADERS NAME Valentine Derrey Rachel Raastad Angela Stanford Camille Blackerby Marci Bozarth Brooke Beeler Brooke Tulle Catherine Matranga Prisela Campbell Rae Rothfelder Jenny Lidback Rita Moore Allyson Ferguson D’Rae Ward Shannon Barr Susan Horton Lori Sutherland Melissa Loh Ellie Gibson Kris Hanson

ROUNDS 100 39 135 136 94.5 45 89 132 64 122 84.5 77.5 63 96 120 128 83 56 96 100.5

AVERAGE 74.91 75.03 75.16 75.32 75.44 75.56 75.91 76.05 76.84 77.05 77.17 77.26 77.30 77.34 77.48 77.59 77.89 77.91 78.07 78.07

ALL-CONFERENCE YEAR 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1989 1990 1991 1991 1992 1993 1997 1998 1998 1999 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2007 2007 2007 2008 2009 2009 2009

PLAYER LEAGUE Marci Bozarth Southwest Conference Jenny Lidback Southwest Conference Rita Moore Southwest Conference Rae Rothfelder Southwest Conference Rita Moore Southwest Conference Kris Tschetter Southwest Conference Kris Tschetter Southwest Conference Kris Tschetter Southwest Conference Ellie Gibson Southwest Conference Ellie Gibson Southwest Conference Barbara Pestana Southwest Conference Tricia Allen Southwest Conference Tricia Allen Southwest Conference Barbara Plant Southwest Conference Jane Kragh Southwest Conference Jane Kragh Southwest Conference Angela Stanford (Freshman of the Year) WAC Susan Horton WAC Angela Stanford WAC Angela Stanford WAC Angela Stanford WAC Lori Sutherland WAC Shannon Barr (Freshman of the Year) WAC Brenda Anderson (Second team) WAC Shannon Barr WAC Jennifer Patterson WAC Courtney Wood (Freshman of the Year) WAC Brooke Tull (Player of the Year) Conference USA Shannon Barr (Second team) Conference USA Brooke Tull (Player of the Year) Conference USA D’Rae Ward (Second team) Conference USA Camille Blackerby (Freshman and First team) Conference USA Brooke Tull (First team and Player of the Year) Conference USA Camille Blackerby Conference USA Catherine Matranga (Second team) Conference USA D’Rae Ward (Second team) Conference USA Elisa Gomez (Freshman team) Conference USA Stacey Bieber (Tournament team) Conference USA Camille Blackerby Mountain West Valentine Derrey Mountain West Catherine Matranga Mountain West Valentine Derrey (Co-Player of the Year) Mountain West Valentine Derrey Mountain West Rachel Raastad Mountain West Prisela Campbell Mountain West

ALL-AMERICANS

ALL-TIME SUB-70 ROUNDS Valentine Derrey......................... 4 Catherine Matranga........................... 4 Brooke Tull............................................. 4 Marci Bozarth........................................ 3 Rachel Raastad............................ 3 Angela Stanford................................... 3 Prisela Campbell......................... 2 Jenny Lidback....................................... 2 Rae Rothfelder...................................... 2 Brooke Beeler............................. 1 Camille Blackerby................................ 1

Elin Emaneulsson........................... 1 Ellie Gibson....................................... 1 Kris Hanson...................................... 1 Anne Kelly......................................... 1 Chris Miller........................................ 1 Rita Moore........................................ 1 D’Rae Ward....................................... 1 Courtney Wood............................... 1

Bozarth

Stanford

Lidback

Tull

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Gibson

Derrey

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History TCU Honor Roll/Endowed Scholarships YEAR 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

END OF SEASON AWARDS LEAP FROG

GOLDEN PUTTER*

Shannon Fisher Ashley Huffman Brenda Anderson Lori Sutherland Lori Sutherland Shannon Barr D”Rae Ward D”Rae Ward Jane Fischer Catherine Matranga Stacey Bieber Catherine Matranga Carrie Morris Carrie Morris Catherine Matranga Carrie Morris Melissa Loh Melissa Loh Prisela Campbell Melissa Loh

MOST CONSISTENT Amanda Workman Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Courtney Wood Brooke Tull Brooke Tull Brooke Tull Catherine Matranga Camille Blackerby Camille Blackerby Carrie Morris Rachel Raastad

MVP Susan Horton Angela Stanford S. Fisher/A. Workman Susan Horton Angela Stanford Jennifer Patterson Brooke Tull Brooke Tull Brooke Tull Camille Blackerby Elin Emanuelsson C. Blackerby/C. Matranga Valentine Derrey Valentine Derrey

* First awarded in 2003-04 season

POINT WINNERS YEAR 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

FALL

SPRING

Amanda Workman Susan Horton Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Courtney Wood Brooke Tull Brooke Tull Brooke Tull Catherine Matranga Camille Blackerby Catherine Matranga Valentine Derrey Brooke Beeler

Susan Horton Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Brenda Anderson Brooke Tull Brooke Tull Brooke Tull Camille Blackerby Camille Blackerby Valentine Derrey Valentine Derrey Valentine Derrey

OVERALL Susan Horton Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Angela Stanford Courtney Wood Brooke Tull Brooke Tull Brooke Tull Catherine Matranga Camille Blackerby Catherine Matranga Valentine Derrey Velentine Derrey

SCHOLARSHIPS

RAYMOND GAFFORD MEMORIAL GOLF SCHOLARSHIP The Raymond Gafford Memorial Golf Scholarship was established in 1990 by friends of the late Raymond Gafford through an area golf tournament. Gafford was a lifelong resident of Fort Worth who became a club pro at Meadowbrook private golf course at the age of 19. A noted teacher of the game, Gafford devoted his life to helping people both on and off the course. Gafford was head pro at Ridglea Country Club from 1954 until his retirement in 1976. The scholarship is awarded annually to a men’s or women’s golfer. 2009-10 Recipient: Brooke Beeler

ASHLEY HUFFMAN-HAWKINS SCHOLARSHIP IN WOMEN’S GOLF The 2002-03 season marked the inaugaral year for a scholarship established by Janice and Josh Huffman in honor of their daughter, Ashley HuffmanHawkins. Huffman-Hawkins was a member of Coach Ravaioli-Larkin’s first team at TCU. She graduated from the University in 1998. This scholarship is awarded to a student-athlete in the women’s golf program that exemplifies Huffman-Hawkins’ positive spirit, strong work ethic and love for the game of golf. 2009-10 Recipient: Rachel Raastad

NICK GIACHINO WOMEN’S GOLF SCHOLARSHIP The Nick Giachino Women’s Golf Scholarship was established by the generosity of Nick ‘77 and Sarah Giachino in 2005. Preference is given to a member of the TCU women’s golf team with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 who has demonstrated leadership characteristics and has demonstrated financial eligibility by means established by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.

2009-10 Recipient: Megan O’Donnell

MARCI K. BOZARTH SCHOLARSHIP IN WOMEN’S GOLF

BEN HOGAN-COLONIAL COUNTRY CLUB ENDOWED GOLF SCHOLARSHIP

WRAY AND SALLY THOMPSON GOLF SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship, named for former TCU star Marci Bozarth, ensures continued chances for future Lady Frogs to compete at the highest level. A member of TCU’s 1983 national championship team, Bozarth established herself as a great student-athlete, finding success in both the academic and athletic arenas. Bozarth was a two-time NCAA All-American. In 1998, she became the first woman inducted into the TCU Lettermen’s Hall of Fame. This annual award is given to a member of the women’s golf team who demonstrates commitment to both athletic and academic success.

One of the most prestigious scholarships awarded to a Horned Frog golfer. This endowed scholarship is awarded annually to a member of the women’s golf team. The recipient is selected by Head Coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin on the basis of character and integrity, high morals, academic excellence and self-motiviation. Hogan learned to play golf in Fort Worth as a caddie before becoming one of the best players the sport has ever seen. The winner of 62 professional tournaments, he won the Colonial National Invitation Tournament five times and, in the process, influenced the nickname “Hogan’s Alley” for the magnificient Colonial layout. 2009-10 Recipient: Louise Kristersson

This scholarship is the natural product of the passion Wray and Sally Thompson have for three things: young people, education and golf. When their son, Doug, graduated from TCU in 1984, the Thompson family wanted to establish a permanent legacy for the Horned Frog golf programs. But Wray, founder, CEO and president of The Leather Factory, knew the time wasn’t right. By 1993, The Leather Factory had become successful enough to go public, and the Thompsons used shares of their now-publicly marketable stock to fund an endowed scholarship for the TCU golf programs. The Wray and Sally Thompson Scholarship is awarded annually to a member of either the men’s or women’s golf team. 2009-10 Recipient: Melissa Loh

2009-10 Recipient: Valentine Derrey

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History All-Time Letterwinners - AAAA Allen, Tricia . ........................................................................................................ 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 112 rds, 78.35 avg • Vallejo, Calif. • Vallejo Akins, Angela........................................................................................................................................... 2005 0 rds, 0 avg • Horseshoe Bay, Texas • Marble Falls Anderson, Brenda................................................................................................1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 111 rds, 78.28 avg • Round Rock, Texas • McNeil - BBBB Barr, Shannon........................................................................................................2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 120 rds, 77.48 avg • China Spring, Texas • China Spring Beeler, Brooke............................................................................................................2009 45 rds, 75.55 avg • Butler, Ill. • Hillsboro Bieber, Stacey........................................................................................................2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 78 rds, 79.35 avg • Winnipeg, Manitoba • Silver Heights Collegiate Blackerby, Camille...............................................................................................2004, 2005. 2006. 2007 136 rds, 75.32 avg • Breckenridge, Texas • Breckenridge Bozarth, Marci.................................................................................................................. 1981, 1982, 1983 94.5 rds, 75.44 avg • Lampasas, Texas • Lampasas - CCCC Campbell, Prisela............................................................................................ 2008, 2009 64 rds, 76.84 avg • Fort Worth, Texas • Fossil Ridge Copping, Charlotte................................................................................................................................ 1993 23 rds, 82.35 avg • Torquay, England - DDDD Derrey, Valentine.................................................................................. 2007, 2008, 2009 100 rds, 74.91 avg • Paris, France • Lycee Pascal Doran, Geraldine............................................................................................................ 1993, 1994, 1995 71 rds, 81.51 avg • Northern Ireland • Assumption Grammar - EEEE Easley, Meredith.......................................................................................................................... 2002, 2003 16 rds, 81.44 avg • Amarillo, Texas • Tascosa Emanuelsson, Elin...............................................................................................2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 114 rds, 78.10 avg • Nacka, Sweden • Varmdo Gymnasium Epps, Nona 1996 25 rds, 84.04 avg • Houston, Texas • Memorial - FFFF Ferguson, Allyson........................................................................................... 2008, 2009 63 rds, 77.30 avg • Houston, Texas • Clear Lake Fischer, Jane . ............................................................................................................................... 2004, 2005 0 rds, 0 avg • San Antonio, Texas • Alamo Heights Fisher, Shannon....................................................................................................1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 127 rds, 79.90 avg • Austin, Texas • Round Rock Westwood - GGGG Germain, Sharon..................................................................................................1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 62 rds, 82.40 avg • Plymouth, England • Ridgeway School Gibson, Ellie ...................................................................................................................... 1986, 1988, 1989 96 rds, 78.07avg • Houston, Texas • Clear Lake Godare, Stephanie..................................................................................................................................2003 35 rds, 78.40 avg • Houston, Texas • Cypress Falls Gomez, Elisa 2005, 2006, 2007 25 rds, 81.56 avg • Carrollton, Texas • R. L. Turner Grove, Jane 1981 18 rds, 80.33 avg • Fargo, N.D. • Shanley - HHHH Haas, Holly . ............................................................................................................................................1987 21 rds, 82.57 avg • Fort Worth, Texas • Arlington Heights Hanson, Kris .......................................................................................................... 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 100.5 rds, 78.07 avg • Granite Falls, Minn. • Granite Falls Hawley, Leslie................................................................................................................................ 2000, 2001 12 rds, 79.50 avg • El Paso, Texas • Hanks Horton, Susan....................................................................................................... 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 128 rds, 77.59 avg • Newport, Vt. • Essex Junction Huffman, Ashley.................................................................................................. 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 30 rds, 84.70 avg • Dallas, Texas • Lexington Academy - KKKK Kealoha, Annette................................................................................................. 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 125 rds, 79.28 avg • Kaneohi, Hawai’i • John F. Kennedy Kelly, Anne . .................................................................................................................... 1981, 1982, 1983 84.5 rds, 79.23 avg • Tucson, Ariz. • Santa Rita Kingston, Kelly..........................................................................................................................................1995 12 rds, 84.42 avg • Garland, Texas • North Garland Kragh, Jane . ........................................................................................................ 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 117 rds, 78.83 avg • Esbjerg, Denmark • Statsskole - LLLL Larson, Kristen...................................................................................................... 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 102 rds, 82.41 avg • Danville, Calif. • Kingwood Lidback, Jenny.................................................................................................................. 1982, 1983, 1984 84.5 rds, 77.17 avg • Baton Rouge, La. • Broadman Loh, Melissa......................................................................................................2008, 2009 56 rds, 77.91 avg • Singapore, China • Xinmin Secondary

Lynch, Jo Ann................................................................................................................................ 1981, 1982 6 rds, 80.83 avg - MMMM Matranga, Catherine.......................................................................................... 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 132 rds, 76.05 avg • Fort Worth, Texas • R.L. Paschal Miller, Chris . .................................................................................................................... 1988, 1989, 1990 82 rds, 79.12 avg • Sacramento, Calif. • John F. Kennedy Mio Michelle..............................................................................................................................................1992 26 rds, 87.50 avg • Watsonville, Calif. • Watsonville Moore, Rita 1983, 1984, 1985 77.5 rds, 77.26 avg • Dallas, Texas • Ursuline Academy Montigel, Kelli................................................................................................................... 2006, 2007, 2008 3 rds, 94.0 avg • Fort Worth, Texas • R.L. Paschal Morris, Carrie......................................................................................................... 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 90 rds, 78.6 avg • Tyler, Texas • Robert E. Lee - OOOO O’Donnell, Megan..................................................................................2007, 2008, 2009 43 rds, 79.86 avg • Houston, Texas • Memorial - PPPP Patterson, Jennifer.............................................................................................. 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 103 rds, 78.13 avg • Bethel Park, Pa. • Bethel Park Paul, Kelly . ........................................................................................................ 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 73 rds, 80.73 avg • Austin, Texas • Westwood Paysse, Sandy............................................................................................................................................1990 27 rds, 82.19 avg • Temple, Texas • Temple Pendleton, Ashlei.....................................................................................................................................2000 3 rds, 81.57 avg • Henderson, Nev. • Green Valley Perry, Julie . .................................................................................................................... 1992, 1993, 1994 75 rds, 82.31 avg • Burlingame, Calif. • Burlingame Pestana, Barbara.......................................................................................................................... 1988, 1989 66 rds, 78.43 avg • Capetown, South Africa • Plumstead Phearson, Kristi..................................................................................................... 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 62 rds, 84.40 avg • Klamath Falls, Ore. • Klamath Union Plant, Barbara................................................................................................................................ 1990, 1991 43 rds, 78.28 avg • Johannesburg, South Africa • Florida Park - RRRR Raastad, Rachel.......................................................................................................... 2009 39 rds, 75.03 avg • Asker, Norway • Norwegian School of Elite Sport Robison, Traci........................................................................................................ 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 64 rds, 81.25 avg • Arlington, Texas • Arlington Martin Rothfelder, Rae..................................................................................................... 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 122 rds, 77.05 avg • Kansas City, Mo. • Haltom City (Texas) - SSSS Sakamoto, Megan...................................................................................................................................2005 0 rds, 0 avg • Aiea, Hawai”i • Aiea Sands, Amy . ............................................................................................................................................2001 9 rds, 80.44 avg • Jacksonville, Texas • Jacksonville Schams, Christina........................................................................................................................ 2007, 2008 6 rds, 79.0 avg • Chandler, Ariz. • Corona del Sol Schmid, Dana........................................................................................................ 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 95 rds, 81.35 avg • Kingwood, Texas • Kingwood Slaven, Janet.............................................................................................................................................1985 29 rds, 83.62 avg • Ormond Beach, Fla. • Seabreeze Sperling, Carrie.........................................................................................................................................1987 8 rds, 84.75 avg • Houston, Texas • Robert E. Lee Stanford, Angela.................................................................................................. 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 135 rds, 75.16 avg • Saginaw, Texas • Boswell Sunderman, Krystal.................................................................................................................... 1994, 1995 50 rds, 82.30 avg • La Quinta, Calif. • La Quinta Sutherland, Lori.................................................................................................... 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 83 rds, 77.89 avg • DeSoto, Texas • Duncanville - TTTT Thompson, Susan............................................................................................................ 1985, 1986, 1987 70 rds, 82.04 avg • Plantation, Fla. • Plantation Tschetter, Kris........................................................................................................ 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 119 rds, 78.13 avg • Sioux Falls, S.D. • Washington Tull, Brooke . ........................................................................................................2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 89 rds, 75. 19 avg • Georgetown, Texas • Georgetown - WWWW Ward, D”Rae ..........................................................................................................2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 96 rds, 77.34 avg • Weatherford, Texas • Weatherford Warmath, Melanie.......................................................................................................... 1986, 1987, 1988 41 rds, 81.80 avg • Denver, Colo. • Thomas Jefferson Watkins, Ashley....................................................................................................................................... 2007 12 rds, 76.92 avg • Sealy, Texas • Sealy Winkelmann, Lois Kolkhorst............................................................................1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 57 rds, 82.35 avg • Brenham, Texas • Brenham Wood, Courtney...................................................................................................................................... 2001 30 rds, 75.87 avg • Brentwood, Texas • Brentwood Workman, Amanda........................................................................................................ 1996, 1997, 1998 95 rds, 78.17 avg • Bastrop, Texas • Bastrop

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Compliance Prospects

Who is a Prospective Student-Athlete (Prospect)? You are a prospect if you have started classes for the ninth grade. Before the ninth grade, you may become a prospect if a university provides you (or your family or friends) any financial aid or other benefit that is not usually provided to prospective student-athletes.

OFFICE OF ATHLETICS COMPLIANCE

How do I know if I’m being recruited? There are several ways to be recruited: (1) A coach may provide you with an official paid visit to view the campus, (2) a coach may arrange an in-person, off-campus meeting with you (or your family), or (3) a coach or staff member may call you (or your family) on more than one occasion for the purpose of recruitment. Only coaches and athletic department staff can be involved in the recruiting process. Athletic representatives are prohibited from contacting a prospective student-athlete or members of his/her family by telephone, letter or in person for the purpose of encouraging participation in athletics at TCU. Please contact the coaching staff if you know of a prospect that may have the interest and ability to participate in intercollegiate athletics at TCU. The coach can then take appropriate action.

What is a Contact?

A contact is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect or the prospect’s parent(s) or legal guardian and an institutional staff member or athletic representative during which any dialogue occurs in excess of an exchange of greeting. NOTE: At the Division I level, athletic representatives (boosters) may not contact you for the purpose of recruiting. What can TCU offer you to attend? You (or your family) may not receive any benefit, inducement, or arrangements (e.g. cash, clothing, cars, gifts, loans, etc…) to encourage you to sign a National Letter of Intent. TCU may offer you a one-year scholarship that covers room and board, tuition and fees, and required course-related books, or any part of these. TCU can recommend that this aid is renewed each year, as is the general practice at the institution, but this renewal is not guaranteed.

Boosters

Who is a “booster”? A “booster” is known in NCAA terms as a “representative of the institution’s athletics interests.” You become a booster if: —you have ever been a member of any organization promoting TCU Athletics, —you have ever made any type of donation to the Frog Club, TCU Athletics or any other TCU booster organization, _—you have ever assisted in evaluating or recruiting prospective student-athletes, _—you have ever assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student-athletes or their families, —you have promoted TCU Athletics in any other manner. NCAA Bylaw 13.02.13 mandates that when you become a booster, you retain that identity for the rest of your life. As a representative of TCU’s athletics interests, you are bound by NCAA rules. TCU is responsible for your actions.

INSTITUTIONAL CONTROL

“Institutional control” of Athletics is a fundamental requirement of NCAA rules. The NCAA constitution provides that each institution shall be responsible for ensuring that student-athletes, members of the institution’s staff and other individuals or groups that represent the institution’s athletics interests comply with all applicable NCAA regulations. Because of the complexity of NCAA rules, this document does not include all applicable situations and should not be relied upon exclusively.

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Andrea Nordmann Associate Director of Athletics – Compliance 817.257.6899 a.nordmann@tcu.edu John Cunningham Director of Compliance 817.257.5869 j.a.cunningham@tcu.edu Becky Holmes Assistant Director of Compliance 817.257.7068 r.holmes@tcu.edu Stephanie Key Administrative Assistant 817.257.7525 s.key@tcu.edu

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