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Contents QUICK FACTS General InformaƟon Loca on: ................................ Orlando, Florida Founded: .................................................. 1963 Enrollment: ............................................ 56,235 School Colors: ............................Black and Gold Nickname: .............................................Knights Affilia on: .................................NCAA Division I Conference: ............................ Conference USA President: ..................................Dr. John C. Hi Athle cs Director:..................... Keith R. Tribble Team InformaƟon Head Coach: .............Courtney Trimble (second year at UCF) Trimble’s E-Mail: .... ctrimble@athle cs.ucf.edu Assistant Coach: ......................Mary Bryan (second year at UCF) Bryan’s E-Mail: ........ mbryan@athle cs.ucf.edu Golf Office Phone: ....................(407) 823-6448 Home Course: ........................ RedTail Golf Club Par: ..........................................72 (6,301 yards) 2010 Conference USA Finish: ...................... 8th Top Returnees (stroke average): ........................ Valen na Fontaine, So., (79.13) ............................... Ka e Detlefsen, Sr., (79.18)

Table of Contents Quick Facts ......................................................1 2010 Schedule .................................................2 2010 Roster .....................................................3 Head Coach Courtney Trimble .......................4 Assitant Coach Mary Bryan............................5 Ka e Detlefsen...............................................6 Ka e’s Awards................................................7 Valen na Fontaine .........................................8 Jordyn Hage ...................................................9 Sunny Harris ................................................10 Carolin Pinegger ..........................................11 Isabelle Bach ar ..........................................12 Kaitlyn Price .................................................13 History ......................................................14-15 Records .....................................................16-17

Golf History First Year of Varsity Golf: .................... 1982-83 NCAA Regional Appearances: ........................ 8 Last Time: ................................................ 2009 NCAA Championship Appearances:............... 1 Last Time: ................................................ 1996 AthleƟcs CommunicaƟons Golf Contact: ................................ Leigh Torbin E-Mail: .....................ltorbin@athle cs.ucf.edu Student Assistant:......................... Josh Molino E-Mail: ................... jmolino@athle cs.ucf.edu Office Phone: ...........................(407) 823-0994 Fax: ..........................................(407) 823-5293 Mailing Address: .....................P.O. Box 163555 ................................... Orlando, FL 32816-3555 Athle cs Website:................ UCFAthle cs.com Golf Twi er:...................................@UCF_Golf Credits Wri en By: ................................... Leigh Torbin ...................................................... Josh Molino Designed By: ................................. Josh Molino Photos: .....................................Sideline Sports ..........................UCF Athle c Communica ons ............................................UCF Women’s Golf .............................................. RedTail Golf Club

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Date Sept. 9, 2010 Sept. 12-14, 2010 Oct. 4-5, 2010 Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 2010 Jan. 29, 2011 Feb. 13-15, 2011 Feb. 27-28-Mar. 1 2011 Mar. 6-7, 2011 Mar. 21-22, 2011 Apr. 1-3, 2011 Apr. 17-19, 2011 May 5-7, 2011 May 18-21, 2011

2010-11 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS

Event Labor Day Shootout Cougar Classic Windy City Collegiate Alamo Invita onal KENT STATE UCF CHALLENGE Kinderlou Forest Challenge SunTrust Gator Invita onal John Kirk/Panther Intercollegiate Rebel Intercollegiate C-USA Championship NCAA Regionals NCAA Championship

LocaƟon Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Hanahan, S.C. Highland Park, Ill. San Antonio, Texas SORRENTO, FLA. SORRENTO, FLA. Valdosta, Ga. Gainesville, Fla. Stockbridge, Ga. Oxford, Miss. Gulf Shores, Ala. TBD College Sta on, Texas

Result 4/6 T11/21 11/11 13/14 All Day All Day All Day All Day All Day All Day All Day All Day All Day

2010-11 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER Name Isabelle Bach ar Ka e Detlefsen Valen na Fontaine Jordyn Hage Sunny Harris Carolin Pinegger Kaitlyn Price

Ht. 5-11 5-3 5-5 5-1 5-7 5-6 5-6

Year Fr. Sr. So. So. So. So. Fr.

Hometown/Last School Karlstad, Sweden/Klippans Gymnasiumskola Eagen, Minn./Minnehaha Academy San ago, Chile/Heritage Academy Winter Park, Fla./Lake Howell (Augusta State) Pensacola, Fla./Pensacola Catholic Marquartstein, Germany/IMG Academy Jacksonville Beach, Fla./Providence

Head Coach: Courtney Trimble (Auburn, ‘02) - second season at UCF Assistant Coach: Mary Bryan (Eastern New Mexico, ‘71) - second season at UCF

2010 FALL TEAM RESULTS Date Tournament (LocaƟon) 9/5-6 Labor Day Shootout (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.) 9/12-14 Cougar Classic (Hanahan, S.C.) 10/4-10/5 Windy City Classic (Highland Park, Ill.) 10/31-11/2 Alamo Invita onal (San Antonio, Texas) * Play was halted aŌer nine holes of compeƟƟon.

Par 72 72 71 72

R1 324 298 321 314

2010 FALL INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

Player Kaitlyn Price Carolin Pinegger Ka e Detlefsen Jordyn Hage Sunny Harris Valen na Fontaine Isabelle Bach ar Totals

Events 4 4 4 2 3 3 2 4

Rds. 10.5 10.5 10.5 4.5 7.5 7.5 4.5 10.5

Strokes 807 813 831 361 605 611 384 4412

Avg. 76.85 77.42 79.14 80.22 80.67 81.47 85.33 80.16

Low 18 73 73 70 74 74 78 79 70

R2 155* 303 319 309

R3 --303 315 311

Low 54 Par/BeƩer Top 10 226 (+10) 0 0 224 (+8) 0 1 226 (+10) 1 0 234 (+18) 0 0 231 (+15) 0 0 244 (+28) 0 0 252 (+36) 0 0 224 (+8) 1 1

Score 479 (+47) 903 (+39 955 (+103) 934 (+70)

Top 20 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 4

Place 4/6 T11/21 11/11 13/14

Top Finisher (Place) Carolin Pinegger (6) Carolin Pinegger(T37) Kaitlyn Price (T33) Kaitlyn Price (T29)

Best Finish T15 (Labor Day Shootout) 6 (Labor Day Shootout) 11 (Labor Day Shootout) T20 (Labor Day Shootout) 18 (Labor Day Shootout) 19 (Labor Day Shootout) 26 (Labor Day Shootout) 6 (Labor Day Shoot/Pinegger)

The Knights will look to add to their collecƟon of championships and awards with this talented 2010-11 team. 2

2010-11 UCF WOMEN’S GOLF

UCF GOLF PRACTICE FACILITY AND COURSES Members of the UCF men’s and women’s golf teams have the opportunity to enhance their games close to campus at the UCF Prac ce Facility. Located at the Twin Rivers Golf Club in nearby Oviedo, the facility was completed in 2009.

Construc on on the 2,880-square foot teaching building at the loca on concluded in 2009. The building features hi ng bays and a state-of-theart video system to analyze each player’s swing. Also, the structure houses a player’s lounge, locker room and offices for the UCF coaching staff. The facility is used exclusively by the UCF men’s and women’s golf programs. The prac ce facility includes a six-acre shortgame area, in addi on to a driving range. The short-game area has a pair of pu ng greens and target greens. The area was designed and constructed by McCumber Golf, which was founded by former PGA TOUR player Mark McCumber. Construc on began in March 2007. Twin Rivers is managed by The Golf Group, an Orlando-based company that operates six courses in the area.

The UCF women’s golf team u lizes several of the impressive courses in the Orlando area for prac ce and playing. Head coach Courtney Trimble’s Knights have access to some of the top country clubs in the golf-crazy region. It is one of the biggest advantages of playing for the Knights. The Lake Nona Golf and Country Club and the Isleworth Golf Club are amongst these elite courses. Minutes from UCF’s brand new medical school, the Lake Nona community is home to Ernie Els, Annika Sorenstam, Ben Cur s, Sergio Garcia, Re ef Goosen and many other prominent players. Lake Nona’s annual cross-town challenge for the Tavistock Cup against Isleworth is broadcast na onally. Isleworth residents include Tiger Woods, Mark O’Meara, Stuart Appleby and Paula Creamer. The Knights and many of the na on’s premier women’s golf teams love playing in the UCF Challenge at the RedTail Golf Club. In addi on to the UCF Challenge, the Sorrento course has also served as home to the 2009 and 2010 men’s Conference USA Championship and also hosted men’s NCAA Regional play in 2009. The Rio Pinar Country Club is another course for the Knights. The course previously served as the host site for the PGA TOUR’s Citrus Open. The country club is the home of the Rio Pinar Invita onal. The North Shore Golf Club is one of the upscale, semi-private courses that UCF has unlimited access to for prac cing and playing. The front nine is a modern layout and the back nine features more of a classic style. Located just minutes away from campus, the Twin Rivers Golf Club is the home of the UCF Prac ce Facility, which was completed in 2009. The Knights have ample opportunity to play on the picturesque course. Not far south of campus is Stoneybrook East, a course which will test golfers with an abundance of water hazards.

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Courtney Trimble Head Coach - Second Season at UCF

Courtney Trimble may have been in her first year class golf makes UCF a recipe for success both as a head coach in 2009-10 but you sure wouldn’t on and off of the golf course. Having the school’s have known it. new prac ce facility so close to campus is another great benefit for our student-athletes. I It didn’t take long for UCF to see some of the im- am grateful to have this opportunity.” provements that Trimble hopes to con nue to bring. UCF finished in the top three in two out Immediately prior to UCF, Trimble spent three of its four tournaments during her first fall in Or- and a half years as an assistant coach at her lando. UCF had just two top-three team finishes alma mater, Auburn University, working under in the 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons combined. long- me Tigers head coach Kim Evans. The TiUCF’s 879 at the FIU/Pat Bradley Invita onal in gers finished the 2008-09 season ranked eighth Fort Myers was a school record low by 10 strokes. na onally. Trimble also helped coach the Tigers to the 2006 and 2009 SEC Championships, four When Trimble’s first spring season rolled around, NCAA East Regional berths and three NCAA UCF opened it in historic fashion, winning the Championship appearances. The one- me Allteam championship at the Hurricane Invita onal American player helped mentor several other in Miami Lakes - the Knights’ first team tle since Tiger All-Americans, including first-teamers Ma2002. UCF earned GolfWeek’s Na onal Team of ria Mar nez (2006), Cydney Clanton in 2008 and the Week honors for its efforts. Candace Schepperle (2009), along with thirdteam pick Nicole Hage (2007) who also earned As the season progressed, three Knights, Ka e honorable men on All-America honors in 2006. Detlefsen, Valen na Fontaine and Carolin Pinegger, earned All-Conference USA honors. De- Trimble also worked with consecu ve SEC Freshtlefsen would go on to win a host of academic men of the Year in Schepperle (2007) and Clanawards including ESPN The Magazine Academic ton (2008). Clanton was also named the 2008 All-America recogni on and the LPGA’s Dinah NGCA Na onal Freshman of the Year. Shore Trophy Award. Formerly Courtney Swaim, Trimble spent over A proven winner who has experienced success at two years on the Duramed FUTURES Tour, the collegiate level as both a coach and player, compe ng in 37 tournaments and pos ng four this success is nothing new to Trimble. top-five finishes. She qualified for the 2004 U.S. Women’s Open and made the cut, finishing 61st. When UCF Director of Athle cs Keith Tribble hired Trimble, he correctly saw a dynamic young Trimble played at Auburn from 1998-2002. coach who was poised to take UCF on a charge Trimble’s senior season was the most successup the NCAA rankings. His words have proven ful in the program’s history as the 2001-02 team prophe c so far. finished no worse than second in 12 tournaments, amassed five victories and was na onal “Courtney has seen the top of the collegiate golf runner-up at the NCAA Championships, the world at Auburn and will be able to u lize our school’s best finish in the tournament. new golf facility, the tremendous Orlando golf community and this great University to get us to Individually, Trimble is one of Auburn’s most the top,” Tribble said at the me of her hire. “We decorated players. She played in 46 tournalook forward to building on our NCAA Regional appearances the past two seasons and become a consistent na onally-recognized program.” “I am very excited to have this opportunity to be the head coach at UCF,” Trimble said of the chance to coach at America’s second-largest university. “UCF has the founda on in place to be not only a successful program, but also to compete for a na onal championship. The combinaon of a fine University and its proximity to world 4

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A Tribute to Trimble...

As head coach at UCF Š Helped UCF to its first team tle since 2002 at the 2010 Hurricane Invita onal. Š Knights named GolfWeek’s Na onal Team of the Week Š Had three All-Conference USA selec ons including a pair of freshmen Š Had two NGCA All-American Scholars Š Ka e Detlefsen won the LPGA’s Dinah Shore Trophy Š Ka e Detlefsen was named UCF’s first ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American in women’s golf. As an assistant coach at Auburn Š Helped Auburn win the 2006 and 2009 SEC championships Š Auburn made four NCAA regional appearances and three NCAA championship berths. Š Mentored three first-team All-Americans and four All-Americans overall. As a player Š Played in 2002 and 2004 U.S. Women’s Opens, making the cut in 2004 Š Helped win the 2002 Cur s Cup Š Named All-American in 2002 Š Named All-SEC in 1999, 2001 and 2002 Š Helped Auburn to NCAA runner-up finish in 2002 ments over the course of her career, more than any other Auburn golfer. She was an All-SEC selec on in 1999 and 2001 and earned both All-SEC and All-America honors in 2002. Trimble was also a member of the 2002 victorious Curs Cup team and played in the 2002 U.S. Women’s Open as an amateur. A na ve of Duluth, Ga., Trimble graduated from Auburn in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in business administra on. She is married to Billy Trimble.

Mary Bryan Assistant Coach - Second Season at UCF

It’s hard to imagine that the Knights, or any school, could ever have a more perfectly qualified assistant coach than Mary Bryan.

Bryan played full- me on the LPGA Tour for 13 seasons from 1971-84 and has also played in LPGA Senior Tour events.

“Not everybody who can play can teach,” said Fred Griffin, director of the academy and himself considered one of the top teachers of the game in America. “Real skill and talent are reBryan brings a resume to UCF on a full- me ba- She a ended Eastern New Mexico in Portales quired to work effec vely with someone who is sis that includes LPGA Tour playing experience, where she earned a sociology degree in 1971. just learning the game or wan ng to improve. an ESPN and CBS broadcas ng career, and top- Bryan was the runner-up at the New Mexico Mary has that ability.” level instruc onal background at some of Orlan- State Amateur in 1968 while in college. The foldo - and the country’s - finest golf academies. lowing year she won the state tle back in her Now the Knights are able to benefit from that Packaged in an enthusias c and energe c per- na ve Michigan. ability each and every day. son and the Knights have an ideal coaching staff Bryan has been a fixture on the broadcas ng member. scene with over 300 na onal broadcasts on “Mary brings years of experience in the whole ESPN, CBS, NBC, ABC, The Golf Channel and golf industry,” UCF head coach Courtney Trim- also the PGA Radio Network. Her broadcas ng ble said of Bryan. “She was a great player on career also includes the NCAA Championships. the LPGA Tour. She’s been a commentator for ESPN and CBS for years and she’s also a very Bryan was the first woman to ever broadcast good teacher. She brings a lot of knowledge and a men’s major PGA Tour event when the PGA years of great experience on and off of the golf Championship came to the Riviera Country Club course. She will help the team in a lot of ways. in Pacific Palisades, Calif. Her knowledge will really help the team develop their golf games. Off the course she has incred- Most recently, Bryan taught the great game of ible posi ve energy and she knows a lot of the golf as an instructor at the Grand Cypress Academy of Golf in Orlando. The Academy has been many golf courses in Orlando.” rated amongst the top 25 golf schools in America annually since 1999.

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Katie Detlefsen Senior - Eagan, Minn. Fall 2010: Placed 11th for the Knights at the Labor Day Shootout...Shot a season low 70 for the Knights in the first round of the Cougar Classic... Finished ed for 51st at the Windy City Collegiate...Recorded a 244 (+28) for the Knights at the Alamo Invita onal. Spring 2010: Named All-Conference USA on the course and also won many awards off of it including the LPGA’s Dinah Shore Trophy, ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America honors and was named to the NGCA All-American Scholar and C-USA All-Academic teams...Recorded her second top 20 finish of the year as she ed for 20th overall with a 228 (+12) at the Hurricane Invita onal...Shot a career-low single round score of 69 at the UCF Challenge, tying for 10th overall, her second top 10 finish of the season...Tied for first on team at the Tiger/Wave Classic...Finished third amongst the Knights at the Liz Murphey Classic in Athens...Shot a final round 74 to help the Knights finish 9th at the SunTrust Gator Women’s Invita onal...A first round 72 propelled the junior to a 25th place finish at the C-USA Championship in Ha esburg.

DETLEFSEN CAREER STATS Tournaments Rounds Strokes Average Low 18 Low 54 Best Finish Top 10 Top 20

2010-11 4 10.5 831 79.14 70 (-2) 226 (+10) 11 0 1

Career 30 82.5 6,510 79.18 69 (-3) 218 (+2) 4 3 6

2007-08: Gained valuable experience as a true freshman, appearing in seven of the Knights’ 10 tournaments…Named to the NGCA All-American Scholar team...Placed fourth at the NorthShore Shootout, which was a tri-match between Florida and Bethune-Cookman…Tallied her best 54-hole score of the season at the Wildcat Fall Invita onal with a score of 237 (+21)…Opened that tournament with her season low 18-hole score of 76 (+4)…Equaled that finish in the second round at the NCAA East Regional when her 76 (+4) was the Knights best round of the day… Took second place at the Minnesota State Women’s Open…Carded an opening round 73 (+2) in the Open.

Fall 2009: Played the best golf of her career with a 76.7 stroke average over four events and nine rounds...Was UCF’s second finisher at both the stroke play por on of the Hooters Collegiate Match Play Championship and the FIU/Pat Bradley Invita onal where she ed for eighth overall...Fired the first two 72s of her career at the FIU event for what was by-far a career-low 54 hole score of 218 (+2).

Prior to UCF: Detlefsen graduated from Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis, Minn., where she was the school Valedictorian and was named the Senior Female Athlete of the Year...Was the Minnesota Class A State High School Individual Champion four-consecu ve years (2004-07), while se ng Minnesota State records for lowest score, most tles won by an individual and greatest margin of victory...In 2006, named the 2008-09: Saw ac on in eight tournaments and MGA Player of the Year for the third-straight ranked fourth on the team in stroke average... season...Also recieved AJGA HP Scholas c AllNamed to the NGCA All-American Scholar team American honors while at Minnehaha Academy. and the Conference USA All-Academic team... Was second amongst UCF golfers at the NCAA Personal: Detlefsen was born in Minneapolis, East Regional, opening the event with a season- Minn., and is the daughter of Glenn and Louise low round of 75...Was third for UCF three mes, Detlefsen...Brother Erik was a member of the including the UCF Challenge...Best overall finish Stetson men’s golf team...Pursuing a master’s was a e for 18th at the C-USA Championship to degree in mass communica ons. help UCF to a school-record second-place finish.

YEAR 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER 6

TOURN. 7 8 11 4 30

ROUNDS 20 24 28 10.5 82.5

STROKES 1,613 1,900 2,166 831 6,510

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AVG. 80.65 79.17 77.76 79.14 79.18

LOW 18 76 (+4) 75 (+3) 69 (-3) 70 (-2) 69 (-3)

About Katie...

Favorite movie: Amazing Grace Favorite band/arƟst: Alan Jackson Greatest UCF golf moment? When our team has been in conten on to win a tournament, as we were a couple of mes last year, it is the most exci ng. Those mes when as a team we have encouraged each other to dig deep and perform shots under pressure have been the best moments. Favorite quality about coach Trimble: She wholeheartedly cares about not only the development of us as a winning team, but also about us becoming great individuals off the course. Favorite food: Minnesota wild rice soup Favorite class at UCF: Public Rela ons with the legendary Dr. Morgan Favorite dessert: My mom’s baked apples with homemade caramel sauce and ice cream. Favorite UCF course to play: RedTail The best thing about going to UCF: A unique combina on of new dorms, a great prac ce area, good academics, and ideal golf weather. Favorite athletes: Golfer Zach Johnson and Minnesota Vikings quarterback Bre Favre. Favorite quote: “One thing I do: forge ng what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which Christ has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.” -the apostle Paul. Favorite thing to do in Orlando: I love to spend me with my teammates anywhere in Orlando - Disney is my favorite! Favorite tournament while at UCF: The FIU tournament and our 2009 trip to NCAA Regionals at UF. What I like best about UCF golf: The environment of UCF golf is the best- it is a posi ve place where everyone is trying to stretch their own limits so we can achieve great things as a team.

SENIOR • 5-3 EAGAN, MINN. MINNEHAHA ACADEMY

LOW 54 PAR/BETTER TOP 10 TOP 20 237 (+21) 0 1 1 230 (+20) 0 0 1 218 (+2) 4 2 3 226 (+10) 1 0 1 218 (+2) 5 3 6

BEST FINISH 4 (NorthShore Shootout) T18 (C-USA Champ.) T8 (FIU/Pat Bradley Invit.) 11 (Labor Day Shootout) 4 (NorthShore Shootout)

Katie Detlefsen: All-American Student-Athlete Š 2010 LPGA Dinah Shore Trophy Award winner Š 2010 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American Š 2010 Conference USA All-Academic Team Š 2010 All-Conference USA Š 2010 NGCA All-American Scholar Š 2009 Conference USA All-Academic Team Š 2009 NGCA All-American Scholar Š 2008 NGCA All-American Scholar

Detlefsen was named to the At Large ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America team by members of CoSIDA, the College Sports Informa on Directors of America. She is the first UCF women’s golfer to ever receive this honor. In 2010, Detlefsen also earned a spot on the Conference USA All-Academic team for the second consecu ve year and was named to the NGCA All-American Scholar team for the third consecu ve year. Also an All-Conference USA selec on on the course in 2010, Detlefsen graduated in two years with a 4.0 GPA and she has maintained that perfect mark through her first year and a half of graduate school. Detlefsen's bachelor's degree was in adver sing/public rela ons while she is presently working on a master's in mass communica ons.

Detlefsen put perhaps the biggest feather in her cap last May when she was the proud recipient of the 2010 Dinah Shore Trophy Award at the Na onal Golf Coaches Associa on's annual awards banquet. A part of the Dinah Shore Scholarship Fund, the trophy is a coopera ve effort between The LPGA Founda on, the Friends of Golf (FOG), and the Nabisco Dinah Shore, one of the LPGA's four major championships and the largest contributor to the Dinah Shore Scholarship Fund. Nominees for the award must: have an overall grade point average of at least 3.2 on a 4.0 scale; have played in at least 50-percent of her team's scheduled events; maintained a scoring average of 78 or less; and demonstrated leadership skills and/or extraordinary community affairs work. Detlefsen excelled in all categories. In addi on to her afore-men oned golf and academic accolades, Detlefsen also boasts a lengthy list of noble community projects that she has involved herself with around Florida and her na ve Minnesota while serving on UCF’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

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Valentina Fontaine Sophomore - Santiago, Chile

Prior to UCF: A na ve Chilean who lived in Hilton Head, S.C. a ending the Interna onal Junior Golf Academy...A member of Chile’s Na onal Team since 2003...A 2008 honorable men on Rolex Junior All-American...Ranked No. 40 in the Spring 2010: Named All-Conference USA and Polo AJGA junior rankings...The 2008 Chilean an NGCA All-America Scholar...Helped lead Na onal Match Play Champion and the 2008 the Knights to first tournament top finish since Chilean Junior Interna onal Champion. 2002 at the Hurricane Invita onal by shooting 223 (+7), placing seventh overall...Tied for Personal: Fontaine was born in San ago, Chile, first on team at the Tiger/Wave classic...Led and is the daughter of Paul Fontaine and Marthe Knights as the team’s top finisher at the Liz cela Nahum...Majoring in psychology. Murphey Classic in Athens recording a score of 236 (+20)...Tied for 46th at the SunTrust Gator Women’s Invita onal and third amongst the Knights...Finished the C-USA Championship 36th with a score of 234 (+21). Fall 2010: Finished 19th at the Labor Day Shootout...Par cipated in the Cougar Classic for the Knights...Recorded a 243 (+30) for the Knights at the Windy City Collegiate.

Fall 2009: By far led the Knights with a 74.6 stroke average, including four rounds of par or be er and a pair of top-10 finishes...Was one of the Knights who won her match to give UCF a 3-2 win over Colorado at the Hooters Collegiate Match Play Championship...Was UCF’s top shooter in three out of four events, including her 211 at the FIU/Pat Bradley Invita onal, a 54-hole UCF record for a par-72 course...Led UCF in stroke play at the Hooters Collegiate Match Play Championships, including a secondround 72...Placed sixth overall at the Eat A Peach Collegiate and topped the Knights with a 149...Shot three-straight under-par rounds, a sizzling 69-71-71=211 (-5), to place second at the FIU/Pat Bradley Invita onal...Was named the Conference USA Female Golfer of the Week for her performance in Fort Myers.

FONTAINE CAREER STATS Tournaments Rounds Strokes Average Low 18 Low 54 Best Finish Top 10 Top 20 YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER 8

2010-11 3 7.5 611 81.47 78 (+6) 244 (+28) 19 0 0 TOURN. 11 3 14

STROKES 2,150 611 2,761

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Favorite movies: Back to the Future, Meet the Parents and Meet the Fockers Favorite band/arƟst: I like Spanish music, mainly reggaeton so any reggaeton singer Greatest UCF golf moment: Ge ng second place at the FIU Pat Bradley Invita onal and shoo ng -5 total Famous person I would most like to meet: Zac Efron Favorite quality about coach Trimble: She is very easy to talk to and open to us, and always there to help us. She is very compe ve and she pushes us during tournaments and prac ces to improve our performance. Favorite food: Everything...especially pasta and sushi Favorite class at UCF: Strategies for Success Favorite dessert: Chocolate ice cream with brownie and chocolate chips Favorite UCF course to play: RedTail Best thing about going to UCF: The nice weather! Favorite quote: “Life is not measured by the number of breaths you take, but by the moments that take your breath away” Favorite thing to do in Orlando: Playing golf, shopping and going to theme parks Biggest strength in my golf game: My game is very consistent, and my pu ng is pre y good What I like best about UCF golf: I like the prac ce facility, is an amazing place to pracce. I like the girls on the team, Mary and coach Trimble. We are all very close and we have good mes together

SOPHOMORE • 5-5 SANTIAGO, CHILE HERITAGE ACADEMY (SOUTH CAROLINA)

Career 14 35.5 2,761 79.13 69 (-3) 211 (-5) 2 3 3

ROUNDS 28 7.5 35.5

About Valentina...

AVG. 76.79 81.47 79.13

LOW 18 69 (-3) 78 (+6) 69 (-3)

LOW 54 PAR/BETTER TOP 10 TOP 20 211 (-5) 5 3 3 244 (+28) 0 0 0 211 (-5) 5 3 3

BEST FINISH 2 (FIU/Bradley Invita onal)’ 19 (Labor Day Shootout) 2 (FIU/Bradley InvitaƟonal)

Jordyn Hage Sophomore - Winter Park, Fla.

Fall 2010: Placed ed for 20th for the Knights in the Labor Day Shootout…Shot a final round 74(+2) in San Antonio at the Alamo Invita onal. Prior to UCF: Transferred from Augusta State University...Graduated from Lake Howell High School where she was a 2A FHSAA State Champion team member in 2005, 2006, and 2008... Earned first team all-conference all four years at Lake Howell...As a junior golfer, placed first at the Haile Planta on Jr. Girls Invita onal. Personal: Hage was born in Schenectady, N.Y... and is the daughter of David and Lisa...Pursuing a bachelor’s degree in criminal jus ce.

About Jordyn...

Favorite movie: The Sound of Music and The Wizard of Oz Favorite band/arƟst: Black Eyed Peas Greatest UCF golf moment: Making a 20 footer for par on the last hole during the final round at the Alamo Invita onal to stay +2. Favorite food: Mom's mashed potatoes Favorite class at UCF: Careers in Criminal Jus ce Favorite dessert: Anything chocolate Favorite UCF course: Lake Nona Favorite athlete: Tiger Woods Favorite quote: "Success is a peace of mind which is a direct result of self-sa sfac on in knowing you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming." John Wooden Favorite Tournament: The Alamo Invita onal

SOPHOMORE • 5-1 WINTER PARK, FLA. LAKE HOWELL HIGH SCHOOL

HAGE CAREER STATS Tournaments Rounds Strokes Average Low 18 Low 54 Best Finish Top 10 Top 20

YEAR 2010-11

2010-11 2 4.5 361 80.22 74 (+2) 234 (+18) T20 0 0

TOURN. 2

Career 2 4.5 361 80.22 74 (+2) 234 (+18) T20 0 0

ROUNDS 4.5

STROKES 361

AVG. 80.22

LOW 18 74 (+2)

LOW 54 PAR/BETTER TOP 10 TOP 20 234 (+18) 0 0 0

BEST FINISH T20 (Labor Day Shootout)

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Sunny Harris Sophomore - Pensacola, Fla. Fall 2010: Placed 18th overall for the Knights at the Labor Day Shootout...Shot a second round 74 for the Knights at the Cougar Classic...Parcipated for the Knights at the Windy City Collegiate.

About Sunny...

Favorite movie: Coach Carter Favorite band/arƟst: Sublime Greatest UCF golf moment: Making the team Famous person I would most like to meet: Chad Michael Murray Favorite quality about coach Trimble: Very nice, caring and understanding Favorite food: Pizza Favorite class at UCF: Computer Fundamentals for Business Favorite dessert: Cake Favorite UCF course to play: Lake Nona Best thing about going to UCF: The atmosphere Favorite athlete: J.J. Redick Favorite quote: “You said we’re a team. One person struggles, we all struggle. One person triumphs, we all triumph.” Favorite thing to do in Orlando: Roller coasters Biggest strength in your golf game: Drive What I like best about UCF golf: My teammates, coaches and the facility

Spring 2010: Made her collegiate debut at the UCF Challenge, compe ng as an individual... Also played for UCF in a dual-match against Harvard. Fall 2009: Joined the team as a walk-on and did not compete for the Knights. Prior to UCF: A ended Pensacola Catholic High School...Competed in the Florida State 1A Championship as a junior and senior...In basketball, as the district three-point champion...Earned a Fellowship of Chris an Athletes award in both 2008 and 2009 on the so ball diamond. Personal: Harris was born in Durham, N.C., and is the daughter of David and Andrea Harris... Has three older brothers and a niece...A business major.

HARRIS CAREER STATS Tournaments Rounds Strokes Average Low 18 Low 54 Best Finish Top 10 Top 20

YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER 10

2010-11 3 7.5 605 80.67 74 (+2) 231 (+15) 18 0 1

TOURN. 2 3 5

Career 3 7.5 605 80.67 74 (+2) 231 (+15) 18 0 1

ROUNDS 4 7.5 11.5

STROKES 341 605 946

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SOPHOMORE • 5-7 PENSACOLA, FLA. PENSACOLA CATHOLIC

AVG. 85.25 80.67 82.26

LOW 18 82 (+10) 74 (+2) 74 (+2)

LOW 54 PAR/BETTER TOP 10 TOP 20 257 (+41) 0 0 0 231 (+15) 0 0 1 231 (+15) 0 0 1

BEST FINISH 89 (UCF Challenge) 18 (Labor Day Shootout) 18 (Labor Day Shootout)

Carolin Pinegger Sophomore - Marquartstein, Germany Fall 2010: Placed sixth overall at the Labor Day Shootout...Finished ed for 37th overall but first for the Knights at the Cougar Classic...Recorded a 240 (+27) which earned her 50th place at the Windy City Collegiate...Finished her fall campaign ed for 51st at the Alamo Invita onal. Spring 2010: Named All-Conference USA... Helped lead the Knights to first tournament championship since 2002 at the Hurricane Invita onal by shoo ng a 223 (+7), tying for seventh overall...Her first top 10 finish of her career...Shot a career-low 69 for a par-72 on final round of Hurricane Invita onal...Finished third amongst the Knights at the UCF Challenge...Parcipated in the Tiger/Wave Classic in New Orleans... The Knights low scorer of the weekend at 220 (+10) earning her second career top 20 finish and tying for 14th at the SunTrust Gator Invita onal...Shot an even par 71 in the final round of the C-USA Championship, finishing ed for 12th .

Prior to UCF: A member of the Austrian Naonal Team...Finished third in the 2008 Austrian na onal championship...Trained at the IMG Academy in Bradenton and had a good level of success playing in the Future Collegians World Tour (FCWT)...Won the championship of the 2008 FCWT Candler Hills and placed third at both the 2008 FCWT Planta on Inn Open and the 2009 FCWT Mission Inn...Named a second team FCWT All-American in 2008. Personal: Pinegger was born in Munich, Germany, and is the daughter of Wolfgang and Edith Pinegger... A business major.

Fall 2009: Played in all four fall tournaments and had a 78.1 stroke average...Was third for UCF in the stroke play por on of the Hooters Collegiate Match Play Championship and then went 1-11 in match play with a win vs. Colorado and a draw against North Carolina...Best event of the fall was at Kentucky’s Be e Lou Evans Fall Invita onal when she was third for UCF and 24th overall, including an even-par 72 in the final round...Was also third on the team at the Eat A Peach Collegiate.

About Carolin...

Favorite movie: Ice age Favorite band/arƟst: DJ Tiesto, David Gue a Greatest UCF golf moment: Everyday with the team is great! Famous person I would most like to meet: President Obama Favorite quality about coach Trimble: That she is strict but understanding at the same me Favorite food: Sushi, pizza and pasta Favorite class at UCF: SLS with Marcus Sedberry Favorite dessert: Häagen Dazs, caramel cone ice cream Favorite UCF course to play: Stoneybrook and RedTail Best thing about going to UCF: Having great coaches and a great team Favorite athlete: Rory McIlroy Favorite quote: “Whether you think you can or you can’t, either way you are right!” Favorite thing to do in Orlando: MALL AT MILLENIA and Prime Outlet Biggest strength in your golf game: My tee shots Favorite tournament while at UCF: The very first one, at Daytona (36 holes /36 holes/18 holes ) that’s what it’s all about! What I like best about UCF golf: The great support we get from all the people around us

PINEGGER CAREER STATS Tournaments Rounds Strokes Average Low 18 Low 54 Best Finish Top 10 Top 20

SOPHOMORE • 5-6 MARQUARTSTEIN, GERMANY IMG ACADEMY

YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

TOURN. 11 4 15

ROUNDS 28 10.5 38.5

STROKES 2,150 813 2,963

AVG. 77.18 77.42 77.30

LOW 18 67 (-3) 73 (+1) 67 (-3)

LOW 54 PAR/BETTER TOP 10 TOP 20 220 (+10) 4 1 3 224 (+8) 0 1 1 220 (+10) 4 2 4

2010-11 4 10.5 813 77.42 73 (+1) 224 (+8) 6 1 1

Career 15 38.5 2,963 77.30 67 (-3) 220 (+10) 6 2 4

BEST FINISH T7 (Hurricane Invita onal) 6 (Labor Day Shootout) 6 (Labor Day Shootout)

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Isabelle Bachtiar Freshman - Karlestad, Sweden About Isabelle...

Fall 2010: Placed 26th for the Knights at the Labor Day Shootout...Par cipated for the Knights at the Alamo Invita onal.

Favorite movies: Gladiator and The Notebook Favorite band/arƟst: Michael Jackson, Celine Dion, and John Mayer. Choose UCF: at first when I was visi ng the school I liked it, and then when I met coach Trimble and coach Mary I really liked them, and my swing-coach Henri had recommended UCF as well! Favorite quality about Coach Trimble: - She is a good coach because she is honest, caring, and I learn so much from her. She tell us important things on the golf course and she makes us grow both as a person and as a golf player. Favorite food: Indonesian food and Swedish pancakes. Favorite dessert: My favorite dessert is meringueswiss. Favorite UCF course: RedTail Best thing about UCF: To be in the golf team, and have fun together and play golf and learn so much! Favorite athletes: Annika Sorenstam, Tiger Woods and Michelle Wie. Favorite quote: “You must dare to sacrifice something to be able to win.”

Prior to UCF: Graduated from Klippans Gymnasiumskola in Karlstad, Sweden...As a junior amateur competed in the Annika Cup, Swedish Amateur Championship, and also the Italy Open… Finished in second place in her age division in 2004 and 2006. Personal: Bach ar was born in Stockholm, Sweden and is the daughter of Andre’ and Gabrielle…Major is currently undecided.

FRESHMAN • 5-11 KARLSTAD, SWEDEN KLIPPANS GYMNASIUMSKOLA

BACHTIAR CAREER STATS Tournaments Rounds Strokes Average Low 18 Low 54 Best Finish Top 10 Top 20 YEAR 2010-11

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TOURN. 2

ROUNDS 4.5

STROKES 384

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AVG. 85.33

LOW 18 79 (+7)

LOW 54 PAR/BETTER TOP 10 TOP 20 252 (+36) 0 0 0

2010-11 2 4.5 384 85.33 79(+7) 252 (+36) 26 0 0

Career 2 4.5 384 85.33 79 (+7) 252 (+36) 26 0 0

BEST FINISH 26 (Labor Day Shootout)

Kaitlyn Price Freshman - Jacksonville Beach, Fla. About Kaitlyn...

Fall 2010: Led UCF with her 76.85 stroke average...Finished ed for 15th at the Labor Day Shootout...Placed ed 45th with teammate Ka e Detlefsen at the Cougar Classic...Finished as the Knights’ low scorer at the Windy City Collegiate...Led the Knights with a 227 (+11) at the Alamo Invita onal.

Favorite band/arƟst: Kings of Leon Greatest UCF golf moment: hi ng it within a foot on the last hole at the Windy City Collegiate and making a birdie! Why did you choose UCF: coaches and the facili es Favorite food: Mexican Favorite class at UCF: American history Favorite dessert: Chocolate chip cookies Favorite UCF course: RedTail Golf Club Favorite athlete: Hunter Mahan Favorite quote: Do what you like, like what you do! Favorite tournament at UCF: Windy City Collegiate in Chicago

Prior to UCF: Graduated from Providence High School in Jacksonville, Fla...Was a member of the Na onal Honor Society...Florida junior girls state champion in 2010...Also played on the basketball team for two seasons...Four year all-city honors and as a senior was the district and regional champion. Personal: Price was born in Jacksonville, Fla. and is the daughter of Steve and Kim...Major is currently undecided.

FRESHMAN • 5-6 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. PROVIDENCE HIGH SCHOOL

PRICE CAREER STATS Tournaments Rounds Strokes Average Low 18 Low 54 Best Finish Top 10 Top 20

YEAR 2010-11

2010-11 4 10.5 807 76.85 73 (+1) 226 (+10) T15 0 1

TOURN. 4

ROUNDS 10.5

Career 4 10.5 807 76.85 73 (+1) 226 (+10) T15 0 1

STROKES 807

AVG. 76.85

LOW 18 73

LOW 54 PAR/BETTER TOP 10 TOP 20 226 (+10) 0 0 1

BEST FINISH T15 (Labor Day Shootout)

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HISTORY Golf success at UCF has been characterized by a long list of individual accomplishments as well as team success in recent years. In addiƟon to Liz Earley’s two appearances in the NCAA Finals, she was one of three women from UCF to compete in the 1993 U.S. Open. Earley and Kristen Putman advanced to the Open through a qualifying tournament, while Connie Masterson earned a berth as the NaƟonal Public Links Champion. Putman was one of only four to represent the U.S. in the summer of 1994 in the USA vs. Japan Collegiate Golf Championships in Tokyo. She was again invited to compete for the United States against Japan in the summer of 1996. Recently, the Knights made two consecuƟve NCAA Regional appearances, bringing the all-Ɵme total to eight. The most recent berth saw Stephanie Connelly place second overall and earn an individual qualificaƟon for the NCAA Championships where she Ɵed for 11th place overall. Below is a brief list of some of the recent accomplishments of the UCF women’s golf program. 1987-88 Lisa Becka earns medalist honors and is named New South Women’s Athle c Conference Player of the Year as UCF finishes runner-up in the NSWAC Tournament. Paige Phillips finishes runner-up and is named to the all-conference team. 1989-90 - NSWAC CHAMPIONS Liz Earley earns medalist honors and is named player of the year as UCF wins the NSWAC tle. Marla Jemsek and Catrina Runyan are named to the all-conference team. 1990-91 Liz Earley is named the Golfweek’s na onal Golfer of the Month for March. Earley represents UCF in the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship and finishes 46th. 1991-92 - SUN BELT CHAMPIONS UCF wins the Sun Belt Conference championship and makes its first appearance in the NCAA Division I Top 20 poll. Liz Earley is the Sun Belt Conference medalist and makes her second trip to the NCAA Championship where she finishes 47th and earns second-team All-America honors. Mike Shumaker is named Sun Belt Coach of the Year.

1995-96 - NCAA EAST REGIONAL NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS UCF wins three tournaments on the year. Kristen Putman earns medalist honors at the A-Sun Tournament and is named to the All-ASun team along with Michelle Ha ield. UCF advances from the NCAA East Regional in Auburn, Ala., to its first appearance in the NCAA Finals in LaQuinta, Calif., where it finishes 15th. Putman represents the East in the EastWest matches in the finals. A er the season, she makes a return trip to Japan to compete for the U.S. 1996-97 Emma Soderlindh finishes runner-up in the A-Sun Touranment. Line Berg earns All-A-Sun honors along with Jenny Hagman. 1997-98 UCF wins Stetson’s Ha er Spring Fling. Line Berg finishes third at the A-Sun Tournament and Emma Soderlindh finishes eighth. Berg, Soderlindh and Ta ana Londano earn secondteam All-A-Sun honors.

1998-99 - ATLANTIC SUN CHAMPIONS NCAA EAST REGIONAL The Knights bring home the A-Sun Championship by shoo ng the best team score in school 1992-93 Kristen Putman earns All-Atlan c Sun Confer- history at 896. Line Berg and Monica Gunderence honors and qualifies for the NCAA East srud earn All-A-Sun First Team honors and OlRegional, while Connie Masterson wins the Na- ivia Hartley and Ta ana Londano earn secondonal Public Links Golf Championship. Putman, team honors. Berg earns an invita on to the Masterson and 1992 grad Liz Earley qualify for NCAA East Regional where she finishes in a e for 47th. the U.S. Open. 1993-94 Kristen Putman earns All-A-Sun honors and is one of four players selected to represent the U.S. in the 19th Annual USA vs. Japan Collegiate Golf Tournament in Tokyo.

1994-95 - ATLANTIC SUN CHAMPIONS NCAA EAST REGIONAL Jenny Hagman earns medalist honors as UCF wins the A-Sun tle. Kristen Putman, Tine Faanes and Brooke Grant earn All-A-Sun honors. UCF makes its first team appearance in the NCAA East Regional.

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Pictured above is RedTail Golf Club, the home of the UCF Challenge which annually aƩracts several of the naƟon’s top teams. Pictured below are the 1996 Knights, the first UCF team to advance to naƟonals.

HISTORY 1999-00 - ATLANTIC SUN CHAMPIONS NCAA EAST REGIONAL Down by 19 strokes with a day to play, UCF overtakes Campbell University in the greatest comeback in A-Sun Women’s Golf Championship history and claims its second consecu ve A-Sun Title. Jill Fjelstul is named A-Sun Coach of the Year. Line Berg and Monica Gundersrud earn first-team All-A-Sun honors. Tanja Arnold and Olivia Hartley earn second-team recognion. UCF finished 15th of 24 at the NCAA East Regional in Columbus, Ohio. Gundersrud finishes the year ranked 87th in the MasterCard Collegiate Golf Rankings, while the UCF finishes ranked 38th.

2003-04 Senior Sarah Greene was named to the Atlan c Sun all-conference second team while Lauren Motyl was named to the Atlan c Sun all-freshman team. 2004-05 Freshman Ashley Grier posted five top-five finishes, including a third-place finish at the Atlan c Sun Conference Championship, en route to earning second-team All-A-Sun honors. UCF challenges for the A-Sun tle but falters late and finishes third.

2005-06 The addi on of first-year head coach Emilee 2000-01 - NCAA CENTRAL REGIONAL Klein in November provided instant benefits as Having its best season since the 1995-96 Na- the team finished runner-up at the Stetson Inonal Championship qualifying team, UCF hit vita onal. It was the best team finish in more a wall at the frigid NCAA Central Regional in than three years. The squad picked up another West Lafaye e, Ind. UCF gained an at-large bid second-place finish at the Waterlefe Invita onal to the tournament a er finishing second in the and ed for third at the Conference USA ChamAtlan c Sun Tournament. The Knights started pionships. Ashley Grier earned third-team alloff the year with a bang, finishing 12th of 21 conference honors along with Holly Boot and teams at the NCAA Women’s Fall Preview in Kristy McLaughlin. Grier also was named to the Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. Tanja Arnold earned At- 2006 Na onal Golf Coaches Associa on Alllan c Sun Player of the Year honors. Arnold and American Scholar Team and the Conference USA Olivia Hartley were both named to the Atlan c Golf Scholar Athlete of the Year. Sun First Team, while Kim Tudor and Monica Gundersrud made second team all-conference. 2006-07 UCF won two tournaments during the year, the The Knights end the season in a three-way e Ole Miss Lady Rebel Invita onal and the third for third place at the Conference USA Championship behind a fourth-place finish by Stephanie annual UCF Invita onal. Connelly, who was named to the all-tournament team as well as being named to the All-C-USA 2001-02 - NCAA SOUTH REGIONAL UCF once again made a trip to the NCAA Re- Third Team. Sara Hurwitch was named the Cgionals, as the Knights earned a spot in the USA Freshman of the Year and earned secondSouth Regional at LSU. UCF placed 15th in the team All-C-USA honors. regional a er finishing second at the Atlan c Sun Championship. Freshman Federica Piovano was named the Atlan c Sun Freshman of the Year, while also earning first-team all-Atlan c Sun honors. Olivia Hartley and Kim Tudor were named second-team All-Atlan c Sun while Tudor also finished ninth at the NCAA Regional.

2007-08 - NCAA EAST REGIONAL UCF made its first trip to the NCAA Regionals since 2002, earning an at-large bid into the NCAA East Regional a er placing fourth at the Conference USA Championship. Junior Mayule Tomimbang was named to the All-C-USA First Team, while fellow junior Stephanie Connelly earned All-C-USA honors for the second-consecu ve year a er making the third team. 2008-09 - NCAA EAST REGIONAL UCF made it consecu ve appearances in the NCAA Regionals as the Knights were selected to play in Gainesville. Stephanie Connelly was the top individual finisher (and second overall) at the regional with an even-par 210 and earned a spot at the NCAA Championships. Connelly had a great run at the NCAAs as she finished in a e for 11th place overall in the most elite of fields, spending much of the 72-hole event in the Top 10. UCF, meanwhile, headed into the NCAAs with a full head of steam a er placing second at the Conference USA Championship, its bestever showing since joining the league in 200506. Connelly was named to the all-conference second team while Ka e Detlefsen was named to the C-USA All-Academic Team, carrying a 4.0 cumula ve GPA. 2009-10 In its first season of ac on under new head coach Courtney Trimble, the Knights accomplished a feat it had not achieved since 2002 in winning in event. UCF took team overall team tle at the Hurricane Invita onal in February. It earned UCF GolfWeek’s Na onal Team of the Week honor. Three Knights, Ka e Detlefsen, Valen na Fontaine and Carolin Pinegger, earned All-Conference USA honors. Detlefsen also earned several academic awards including the LPGA’s Dinah Shore Trophy Award and ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America At Large status. Detlefsen and Fontaine were named to the NGCA All-America Scholar team as well.

The 2010 Hurricane InvitaƟonal champions were honored during a UCF men’s basketball game.

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RECORDS ALL-TIME ROSTER

A Elizabeth Alger ........................................... 2007-08 Karen Angus ............................................... 1988-89 Elisa Aoki .................................................... 2009-10 Tanja Arnold ............................................... 1999-02 Chris na Atchison ...................................... 1998-01 B Isabelle BachƟar ...............................2010-Present Jennifer Baker............................................. 1989-90 Lisa Becka ................................................... 1985-89 Line Berg .................................................... 1996-00 Holly Boot................................................... 2003-07 Cathy Brice ................................................. 1982-86 Megan Bursey ............................................ 2002-05 C Debbie Cli ................................................. 1991-92 Loren Connatser ......................................... 1997-98 Stephanie Connelly .................................... 2006-09 Holly Ann Corne ....................................... 1998-99 Teri Crawford .............................................. 1982-83 Leigh Crosby ............................................... 2006-08 D-E Grace Darbyshire ........................................ 1986-87 KaƟe Detlefsen .................................2007-Present Liz Earley .................................................... 1988-92 Leslie Eden ................................................. 1982-83 F Beate Faanes .............................................. 1999-02 Tine Faanes ................................................ 1993-97 Barbara Finnman ........................................ 1990-93 ValenƟna Fontaine ...........................2009-Present Rebekah French.......................................... 1997-98 Hege Friling ................................................ 1994-98 G Ragan Grady ............................................... 1986-87 Brooke Grant .............................................. 1991-95 Anna Green ................................................ 1999-03 Sarah Greene.............................................. 2000-04 Ashley Grier ................................................ 2004-06 Zoe Grimbeek ............................................. 1997-98 Monica Gundersrud ................................... 1998-02 H Jordyn Hage .....................................2010-Present Jenny Hagman ............................................ 1993-97 Sunny Harris .....................................2009-Present Olivia Hartley.............................................. 1998-02 Michelle Ha ield ........................................ 1995-96 Tammy Hildebrandt .................................... 1988-91 Denise Hohl ................................................ 1986-88 Karen Hong................................................. 2002-03 Julie Howard............................................... 1984-85 Bri ainy Hubble ......................................... 1990-94 Sara Hurwitch ............................................. 2006-08 J Brige e Jageman........................................ 1988-90 Livia Jakobsson ........................................... 2003-05 Marla Jemsek ............................................. 1989-92 Lisa Judson ................................................. 1986-89 L-M-N Marika Lendl.....................................................2008 Ta ana Londono ......................................... 1997-01 Connie Masterson ...................................... 1991-93 Tracy McArdle ............................................ 1997-00 Mary Ann McDevi .................................... 1982-87 Kristy McLaughlin ....................................... 2005-07 Kim Mikol ................................................... 1989-92 Kim Millar ................................................... 1992-95 Lauren Motyl .............................................. 2003-07 Tina Noyce.................................................. 1986-87

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P-R Bri any Parisi ............................................. 2004-05 Paige Phillips .............................................. 1985-89 Rhonda Pill ................................................. 1982-84 Carolin Pinegger ...............................2009-Present Federica Piovano ........................................ 2001-02 Karen Podgorski.......................................... 1986-90 Kaitlyn Price .....................................2010-Present Kristen Putman ........................................... 1992-96 Catrina Runyan ........................................... 1988-92 S Brenda Sanchez .......................................... 1992-94 Mary Shupe ................................................ 1989-93 Annabel Silk ................................................ 2004-08 Betsy Simpson ............................................ 1993-94 Michelle Singleton...................................... 1986-87 Sharon Smith .............................................. 1982-85 Emma Soderlindh ....................................... 1995-98 Kris n Sordel .............................................. 2002-04 Meredith Stanley........................................ 1996-97 Diana Sullivan ............................................. 1994-96 Chris ne Surin ............................................ 1991-93 T-Z Jessy Tang ................................................... 2007-09 Mayule Tomimbang.................................... 2005-09 Victoria Tomko ........................................... 2006-10 Jessica Trein ................................................ 2004-06 Kim Tudor ................................................... 2000-03 Lisa Van Hoose ........................................... 1987-88 Sammy Vass................................................ 2009-10 Teri Wall ..................................................... 1982-85 Jo Beth Waygood........................................ 1984-85 Natalie Wilson ............................................ 1986-87 Sara Wright................................................. 1991-93 Current golfers in bold

Liz Earley (pictured right) ranks second in UCF history with five individual victories, trailing Kristen Putman who has eight.

TEAM TOURNAMENT WINS Year/Tournament 1982-83 (1) Ha er Challenge 1989-90 (1) Lady Sunshine Invita onal 1991-92 (4) Lady Sunshine Invita onal Winthrop Invita onal Snowbird Invita onal Sun Belt Conference Championship 1992-93 (1) Azalea Invita onal 1994-95 (2) Lady Sunshine Invita onal Atlan c Sun Championship 1995-96 (3) Lady Sunshine Invita onal Beacon Woods Invita onal River Wilderness USF Invita onal 1997-98 (1) Ha er Spring Fling 1998-99 (2) UCF Invita onal Atlan c Sun Championship 1999-00 (2) Ryder Florida Women’s Collegiate Atlan c Sun Championship 2000-01 (2) Ole Miss Lady Rebel Invita onal UCF Invita onal 2001-02 (1) UCF Invita onal 2009-2010 (1) Hurricane Invita onal

LocaƟon DeBary, Fla.

Dates March 20-23, 1983

Ormond Beach, Fla.

Oct. 11-12, 1989

Ormond Beach, Fla. Rock Hill, S.C. Tampa, Fla. Gulf Shores, Ala.

Sept. 28-30, 1991 Feb. 17-18, 1992 March 12-13, 1992 April 24-26, 1992

Wilmington, N.C.

April 9-11, 1993

Ormond Beach, Fla. Perry, Ga.

Oct. 1-2, 1994 April 13-15, 1995

Ormond Beach, Fla, Bayonet Point, Fla. Bradenton, Fla.

Sept. 15-17, 1995 Oct. 13-15, 1995 March 25-26, 1996

Daytona Beach, Fla.

March 20-22, 1998

Orlando, Fla. Stockbridge, Ga. Miami Lakes, Fla. Macon, Ga.

Feb. 15-16, 1999 April 12-14, 1999 March 31-Apr. 2, 2000 April 10-12, 2000

Oxford, Miss. Orlando, Fla.

Sept. 22-24, 2000 Feb. 12-13, 2001

Orlando, Fla.

Feb. 11-12, 2002

Miami Lakes, Fla.

Feb. 14-16, 2010

RECORDS Player/Tournament Kristen Putman (8) Azalea Invita onal Tiger-Tide Invita onal Lady Cougar Spring Invita onal Lady Seminole Invita onal Lady Tiger Invita onal Lady Sunshine Invita onal Lady Sunshine Invita onal Atlan c Sun Championship Liz Earley (5) Lady Sunshine Invita onal McDonalds UCF Rotary Classic Pat Bradley Invita onal Snowbird Invita onal Sun Belt Conference Championship Tanja Arnold (2) Ole Miss Lady Rebel Invita onal UCF Invita onal Marla Jemsek (2) Lady Sunshine Invita onal Winthrop Invita onal Lisa Becka (1) Lady Sunshine Invita onal Line Berg (1) Ryder Florida Women’s Intercollegiate Tine Faanes (1) Beacon Woods Invita onal Monica Gundersrud (1) Ryder Florida Women’s Intercollegiate Jenny Hagman (1) Atlan c Sun Championship Federica Piovano (1) Ha er Fall Classic Emma Soderlindh (1) Ha er Spring Fling

LocaƟon

Dates

Wilmington, N.C. Des n, Fla. Charleston, S.C. Tallahassee, Fla. Auburn, Ala. Ormond Beach, Fla. Ormond Beach, Fla. Charleston, S.C.

April 9-11, 1993 Oct. 29-31, 1993 March 6-7, 1994 Sept. 17-18, 1994 Sept. 23-25, 1994 Oct. 1-2, 1994 Sept. 15-17, 1995 April 23-25, 1996

Ormond Beach, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Miami, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Gulf Shores, Ala.

Oct. 11-12, 1989 March 1-3, 1991 Nov. 15-17, 1991 March 12-13, 1992 April 24-26, 1992

Oxford, Miss. Orlando, Fla.

Sept. 22-24, 2000 Feb. 12-13, 2001

Ormond Beach, Fla. Rock Hill, S.C.

Sept. 14-15, 1991 Feb. 17-18, 1992

Ormond Beach, Fla.

Oct. 10-11, 1987

Miami Lakes, Fla. Bayonet Point, Fla. Miami Lakes, Fla.

Player Stephanie Connelly Liz Earley Kristen Putman Ashley Grier Mayule Tomimbang Jenny Hagman

Years 2006-09 1988-92 1992-96 2004-06 2005-09 1993-97

Average 76.23 76.67 76.75 77.40 78.00 78.32

LOWEST SINGLE-SEASON AVERAGE Player Kristen Putman Frederica Piovano Stephanie Connelly Liz Earley Line Berg Liz Earley

Year 1994-95 2001-02 2008-09 1991-92 1998-99 1990-91

Average 75.17 75.45 75.71 75.89 76.03 76.25

April 2-4, 1999 Oct. 13-15, 1995 March 31-April 2, 2000

Perry, Ga.

April 13-15, 1995

Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla.

Oct. 19-21, 2001

Daytona Beach, Fla.

LOWEST CAREER AVERAGE

March 20-22, 1998

UCF’s 2006-07 squad posted the second lowest team score in program history a er shoo ng a 889 at the Lady Pirate Invita onal.

TEAM/INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Lowest Single Day Score: 288 (Second Round, FIU/Pat Bradley Invita onal, Fort Myers, Fla., Oct. 26, 2009) Top Tournament Scores Score Tournament 879 FIU/Pat Bradley Invita onal 889 Lady Pirate Invita onal 893 Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Champ. 894 Hurricane Invita onal 896 Atlan c Sun Championship 901 Beacon Woods Invita onal 902 Conference USA Championship

LocaƟon Fort Myers, Fla. Greenville, N.C. Knoxville, Tenn. Miami Lakes, Fla. Stockbridge, Ga. Bayonet Point, Fla. Greenville, N.C.

Dates Oct. 26-27, 2009 Oct. 20-22, 2006 Oct. 10-12, 2008 Feb. 14-16, 2010 April 12-14, 1999 Oct. 12-14, 2001 April 16-18, 2006

Lowest 54 Holes Score Player 210 (par 70) Stephanie Connelly 211 Valen na Fontaine 214 Marika Lendl 216 Stephanie Connelly 218 Ka e Detlefsen 218 Liz Earley

Tournament NCAA East Regional FIU/Pat Bradley Invita onal Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic FIU/Pat Bradley Invita onal Sun Belt Conference Championship

LocaƟon Gainesville, Fla. Fort Myers, Fla. Knoxville, Tenn. Baton Rouge, La. Fort Myers, Fla. Gulf Shores, Ala.

Dates May 7-9, 2009 Oct. 26-27, 2009 Oct. 10-12, 2008 March 14-16, 2008 Oct. 26-27, 2009 April 24-26, 1992

Lowest 18 Holes Score Player 67 (par 70) Carolin Pinegger 67 Emma Soderlindh

Tournament Suntrust Gator Women’s Invita onal Ha er Spring Fling

LocaƟon Gainesville, Fla. Daytona Beach, Fla.

Dates April 10, 2010 March 22, 1998

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