2012-13 UNCG Spartan Club Annual Report
Check out the highlights from the 2012-13 year in the UNCG Spartan Club Annual Report.
2012 2013 ANNUAL REPORT A message from the To determine our own destiny, we must create our own path. Over the past several years, UNCG has taken steps to enhance efficiency and effectiveness. We have completed academic realignments as well as the most comprehensive academic program review in our University’s history. We have accomplished energy savings, made improvements in procurement processes, and used technology to reduce costs. Because more can and must be done to realize cost savings, we are also working vigorously to identify alternative sources of revenue to enable us to thrive in the years ahead. More than 200 student-athletes depend on these sources of revenue to fund scholarships and endowments for them to strive for excellence on the field, in the classroom and in the community. Today’s incoming student-athletes demonstrate that quality and diversity reinforce one another —UNCG has simultaneously enhanced the quality and the diversity of entering freshman classes. Our students are better prepared for a challenging learning environment that inspires a quest for discovery, the desire to see the world from multiple perspectives, and the confidence to find one’s place in it. We are inspired by the support of the Spartan Club members and friends of the athletic department who continue to enhance our scholarship and endowment programs. We are grateful for each and every one of these gifts. Thank you so much for your dedication and ongoing support. Chancellor Dr. Linda P. Brady A message from the Athletic Director We are Spartans! This past year has shown how competitive and strong our athletes can be during competition, in the classroom and in the community. We continue to strive for excellence and representing the Spartan Way. In the following pages, you will see the accomplishments from the past year from our outstanding student-athletes, coaches and support staff. We continue to enhance the experience of our studentathletes during their time here and depend on the generosity of our donors to achieve our financial goals for scholarships and other urgent needs. We set an all-time record in our scholarship fund last year and we sincerely appreciate all the gifts we received to help make that happen. Your belief and loyalty allows us to continue to support our student-athletes and coaches, as well as recruit the most qualified students that will continue the Spartan legacy. Thank you for your commitment to our student-athletes and the Spartan Way. Go Spartans! Kim Record â€œWe discover and develop champions in life.â€? - The Spartan Way- Financial Revenue Update $ 9,184,516 $ 732,669 $ 482,086 $ 860,885 $ 11,260,156 One of our departmentâ€™s core values is to be fiscally responsible. Our goal is to continue to develop financial resources while promoting fiscal integrity and serving as good stewards of Spartan finances. Student Fees NCAA/SoCon/IMG Distribution/Guarantees Spartan Club* Other Income Total * includes annual giving and endowment spin-off Expenses Salaries and Benefits Scholarships Travel Supplies and Equipment Other Expenses Total $ 4,868,767 $ 3,237,951 $ 1,337,057 $ 713,967 $ 1,102,414 $ 11,260,156 >> Softball finished the 2012-13 season with the most wins since 2003. The Spartans finished with a record of 38-19. 2 â€œFiscal responsibility is a core value of UNCG Athletics. The Spartan Club plays a vital role in securing new financial resources to relieve the The Cost of a Full Athletic Scholarship (2012-13) Academic Year Charges N.C. Resident Non Resident Tuition and Fees Housing Meals Books & Supplies Academic Year Total $6,388 $6,500 $2,998 $800 $16,686 $20,186 $6,500 $2,998 $800 $30,484 NICHOLAS PAULOS Class of 2015 l Salt Lake City, Utah Major: Communications Nicholas Paulos of menâ€™s basketball was featured on ESPN.com as a top performer when he set a new team record for most three-pointers in a game, with 10 against Chattanooga. pressure on the athletic department budget in providing athletic scholarships for our student-athletes.â€? - Kim Record, Director of Athletics 3 Community Engagement UNCG student-athletes performed more than 2,000 hours of community service during the 2012-13 academic year. Charities that were beneficiaries of student-athlete service hours include: • American Cancer Society • Bryan YMCA • First Tee of the Triad • Fox8 Gifts for Kids • Give N Go Project • Guilford County Schools • Guilford United Soccer Association • Habitat for Humanity • KidsPath • National Girls and Women in Sport • Relay for Life • UNCG Dream Camp • UNCG Housing and Residence Life • Cafeteria Nights • Vs. Cancer Foundation >> Men’s golf completed more than 200 hours of community service between the First Tee of the Triad and the Wyndham Championship. > 2,000 hours > $12K Raised Performed “It is our mission to actively engage all student-athletes both academically and athletically, to positively enrich the student-athletes’ learning experience, 4 Women’s Soccer traveled to Nicaragua for the Give N Go Project which donates new and used soccer gear while conducting clinics at orphanages abroad. Academic • Overall athletic department GPA was 3.06 (General UNCG student population was a 2.93). • 60% of student-athletes achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better. • UNCG had 118 student-athletes named to the 2012-13 Southern Conference Honor Roll. • The top team GPA for the academic year was women’s soccer with a 3.34. • U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association named UNCG men’s and women’s cross country as one of the top academic programs in the country for the 2012 season. PAUL CHELIMO Class of 2014 l Chebiemit, Kenya Major: Public Health Success Paul Chelimo of track & field was the National Runner-Up in the 5,000m for the second straight year at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Ore. Chelimo earned First-Team NCAA All-America honors for the second straight year. and empower all student-athletes to become independent life-long learners armed with a UNCG degree.” - Jen Sansevero, Associate Athletic Director 5 Athletic Year In Review • Women’s soccer claimed their ninth SoCon regular season title. • Led the conference with seven All-Conference players. • Finished the season with 21 straight SoCon wins on the road. >> Hakan Ilhan of men’s soccer led the Spartans in scoring with seven goals in 2012. Ilhan was a first round selection and eighth overall pick in the MLS Supplemental Draft by the Montreal Impact. SoCon Champions NCAA All-Americans Paul Chelimo Track & Field Track & Field Paul Katam Christian Wolfe Baseball 6 “The athletic success we have accomplished this past year reflects the dedication and passion our student-athletes have for UNCG, 2012-13 SoCon Freshmen of the Year A Bright Future Women’s Basketball Lucy Mason Benigno Marrero Lindsay Thomas Baseball Softball Taylor Coalson Men’s Golf Additional Notable Performances • Trevis Simpson of men’s basketball tied the UNCG singlegame record for most points scored with 41 points vs. Chattanooga. • Baseball’s Christian Wolfe finished second nationally in batting average at .421. First All-America honor for the program since 2003. NILTOOLI WILKINS Class of 2013 l Burnsville, Minn. Major: Sociology Niltooli Wilkins of women’s tennis is UNCG’s all-time leader in singles wins with 82. Wilkins completed her season with 24 wins and first-team All-SoCon accolades in singles and doubles. and fuels our renewed commitment to the Spartan Way.” - Kim Record, Director of Athletics 7 Annual Scholarships Annual giving has an immediate impact on our studentathletes. Our overall commitment of providing a total educational experience for each and every one of our studentathletes is our highest priority. Scholarships may be created with a commitment of $10,000 or more paid over a 4-year-period. Current established annual scholarships are: Bill and Laura Barrier Brenda Tolbert King Richard and Shari Beavers Mark and Lisa Reynolds Berry Family David and Pam Sprinkle Bott Family Mike and Jeanne Twilley Linda Brady and Steve Heyer Steve and Debbie Vetter David and Martha Brown Well • Spring Marc and Janis Bush Art and Mary Winstead Callahan Family Wyrick Family Clarida Family Craig and Carmela Cook Larry and Judy Garner Graphic Visual Solutions, Inc. Hawthorne Residential Partners Brad and Kim Hayes OLIVIA HUMPHRIES Scott and Jennifer Henegar Class of 2013 l Charlotte, N.C. Ray and Mary Lou Holoman Major: Human Development & Joe and Cynthia Hughes Family Studies Becky Jackson Kronenfeld Family Volleyball’s Olivia Humphries Pete and Kathleen LaMuraglia rebounded from shoulder LindBrook Development surgery to play in 117 of 119 Mike and Jill Murray sets in 2012. Dale and Barbara Phipps Piedmont Orthopedic Assoc. 8 “In order to continue to close the gap created by the loss of out of state scholarship waivers in 2010, we must continue to increase >> Sammie Buchanan of women’s golf made a hole-in-one at the 2013 SoCon Golf Championship in Hilton Head, S.C. Endowment Giving Athletic endowments provide a perpetual source of funding for our student-athlete scholarships and can also support team operational budgets. These gifts ensure financial support in perpetuity for our student-athletes. It allows your generosity and your named legacy to live on as a permanent part of UNCG Athletics. Named endowment opportunities begin at $50,000. Current established endowments are: Lynne C. Agee James H. Allen Alma W. Barrier Smith Barrier William S. Barrier Richard A. & Sharon Beavers Ike Belk Aaron Bobb Nelson E. Bobb Rich Brenner Jim & Lynn Burgio Michael & Nancy Burke Marge Burns Bush Family Bobbi Carson Women’s Basketball Celebration of Women in Sport Caroline McHardy Elliot Michael B. Fleming Robert A. & Mary C. Fleming Stanley & Dorothy Frank Athena & Gus Gallins J. Douglas Galyon Ellen Griffin Lester Earl Gross, III Doug Hamilton Charles A. Hayes Becky Jackson Nathan W. & Robyn E. Jameson David Bates Knight C. Thomas Martin Karl Mayer Soccer Jim Melvin Charles C. Moyer Victor M. Nussbaum, Jr. Michael Parker Frederick R. & Madelyn S. Phillips Nancy Ann Porter Charles M. Reid Malinda B. & David L. Richbourg Safrit-Ennis Women’s Basketball Rayna Matea Taylor Ed & Carolyn Uprichard Vann, Frances and Linda L. Warren H. Michael Weaver Additional funds in the process of reaching full-endowed status are: J. Peter Bielski George Hoyle and Kathleen Kelly C. Thomas Martin Gary, Marilyn and Jordan Smith leadership level support. Annual scholarships and endowments are key to our future growth.” - Craig Fink, Associate Athletic Director 9 Spartan Club Donor Listing Champions Circle $10,000+ Art & Mary Winstead William & Janie Armfield Bill & Laura Barrier Jim & Lynn Burgio Marc & Janis Bush George Hoyle & Kathleen Kelly John & Jo Hughes Ken Miller Bill Thomas Mike & Jeanne Twilley Mike Twomey $2,500 - $4,999 $5,000 - $9,999 Sheila & David Groves Derrek Holland Nathan & Robyn Jameson Maggie Leffke Dale & Barbara Phipps Piedmont Orthopedic Assoc. Charlie & Nancy Reid Gary & Marilyn Smith Adair Armfield Richard & Shari Beavers Bo & Karen Berry Chris & Laura Bott Wilson J. Brown Ltd. Linda Brady & Steve Heyer David & Martha Brown Mike & Sylvia Burke Mike & Cherry Callahan Randy & Amanda Clarida Frances & Chris Clark Craig & Carmie Cook Judy & Larry Garner Robert Gilliam Chris & Barbara Guest Bryan & Wendy Hall Ed Harrington Brad & Kim Hayes Scott & Jennifer Henegar Ray & Mary Lou Holoman Joe & Cynthia Hughes Becky Jackson Kurt & Joy Kronenfeld Pete & Kathy LaMuraglia Jim & Beth Marshall Tom & Mary Martin Mike & Jill Murray Taylor & Catherine Owens Mark & Lisa Reynolds Cathy Roberts Jo Safrit & Cathy Ennis Mike & Chelsea Spohn David & Pam Sprinkle Steve & Debbie Vetter Tom & Ethel Watkins Well • Spring David & Cheryl Wyrick Golden Spartans $1,000 - $2,499 Atlantic Contracting Company, Inc. Earvin & Mary Baldwin Marty Ballew Mac Banks Jason & Stacey Barbour Kate Barrett BB&T Beacon Management Corporation Blue Cross & Blue Shield William & Gay Bowman Don & Mary Gay Brady Joe Brady Deb & Bob Carley Craig Cashwell Barbara Chadwell & Pam Wiggins Charles Cole Jeff & Suzy Collins Michael Cromer Pete & Pat Cross Wayne & Gail Curry Tom & Wanda Davis Clint & Jacqueline Debrew Jack & Kathi Dubel Patrick & Kristen Eakes Aled Edwards Greg & Kathy Everhart Student-Athlete Profile Shaina & Chelsea Sumney Cross Country/Track & Field l Washington, Pa. Speech Pathology Major l Class of 2013 Mike & Nancy Godwin Goodwill Industries Henry Graham Granville Capital, Inc. Art & Carolyn Green Steve & Pam Hassenfelt Celia Hooper & Craig Smith Barry & Amelia Hopkins Tim Howell Lincoln & Sally Jarrett Ambrose & Diane Jones Koury Corporation Marc-Andre’ Ladoueur John Lalonde Dennis & Susan Manchester Coak & Nancy May Susan McDonald Donald & Kimberly Moore Russell Myers Nationwide/Ralph Jones Cory & Stephanie Newton David Perrin HP & Susan Phipps Bob & Laura Pitts Angie Polk-Jones Jane Pryer Chris & Terri Relos Bill & Elene Rendleman Malinda & David Richbourg Joel & Patty Ritter Lairron & Marine Ritter Steve & Ellen Robbins Perry & Susan Safran Samet/Barton Malow/ SRS Lisa Simpson Dave & Deb Sonday Hugh & Jennifer Stetler Sunset Creations/Chad Cheek Jeff & Sara Taylor Jim & Robin Tosco Jeff & Penny Trivette Harrison & Martha Turner University Village Rae Dearing Wakelin 10 Graduating magna cum laude in May 2013 with a GPA of 3.61 and 3.74 respectively, Shaina and Chelsea decided to return to UNCG for their redshirt senior year on the women’s cross country and track team while pursuing a master’s in speech pathology. In their graduate program, the Sumney twins work with various clients of all different ages to help with a wide range of speech impediments during weekly clinicals. Shaina plans to specialize in adult neurogenics or the dysphagia population and work in a skilled nursing facility or hospital. Chelsea hopes to work with the elderly or in a rehabilitation hospital helping stroke and dementia patients regain communication and preserve activities in daily life. Interesting Fact: The last set of female twins at UNCG were members of the women’s soccer team and also pursued a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Speech Pathology. Jerry & Judith Walsh Linda Warren Jim & Pam Wilkie Jim & Brenda Wilson Carol & Jim Womble Wyndham Championship Fighting Spartans $500 - $999 Terry & Deb Ackerman Jim & Betty Allen Rebecca Adams & Steven Iliff John & Anita Bain Nelson Bobb Lesa & James Boone David Braine Steven Braine Zelle Brinson-Jackson Tim & Theresa Byrd Bobbi Carson Bradley & Theresa Coalson Jeff & Sherry Colbert Student-Athlete Profile Mahdi Ali Men’s Soccer l Helsinki, Finland International Business Major l Class of 2014 Kevin Cook Mike & Jean Cornwell David & Janet Craft Craft Insurance Center Kevin & Lisa Deans Sylvia Duda Paul & Sandra Duvall Craig & Kim Fink Brian & Janet Gould Bobby Green Patricia Griffin Stephen Hamilton Scott & Callie Hartzell David Holman JS&J Restaurants, Inc. Ann Lou Jamerson Chuck & Mary Jones Joseph & Kathy Joyce Gary & Elizabeth Klutts Darryl & Stacy Kosciak Lee Land Jacquelyn Larson Ralph & Jane Lawrence Patrick & Stephanie Martin Jill Masterman Rosemary McGee Wes & Ashley Miller David Morton Steve & Janna Nugent George Nyquist John & Amber Peters Sean & Hilary Pick Blaise & Brittne Stevens R.A. & Jo Ann Bryan Kim Record Mike & Susan Roach Bill & Michelle Schneider Irwin Smallwood Roger & Shelia Smith Glenn & Pat Spivey United Way of the Greater Triangle Barry & Victoria Utesch Donna & Doug Wigton Barbara Yoder Jan Zink Blue & Gold Spartans $250 - $499 Jennifer Aguilar April Albritton Karen Andersen Bank of North Carolina Paul & Colleen Bell Charles Blackmon Bill Black Alan & Barbara Boyette Cooper Brantley Lynn Bresko & Tom Corrigan Bob & Crystal Burlow Hayes & Carlotta Clement Sally Cone Eric & Kim Cuthrell Paul Davis Neil & Vicki Dorman Michael Ehmke Roddy & Vic Flow Thomas & Melanie Foard Chris & Terri French Athena Gallins Tim & Jessica George Hannah & Thomas Harris Brooks & Gail Haworth Helen D. Hebert Linda Hiatt & Peter Reichard Pat Hielscher Eric Hoekstra Rick & Linda Hoffer Danielle Hoversten Michael & Melanie Jackson Deborah Jones Scott Jones Mose & Doris Kiser Timothy Knox David Leeper Richard Luecht James Luman 2012-13 Lura & Duncan Malcolm Larry & Jeannette Marbert Skip & Peg Moore Alejandro & Melissa Moreno Mark & Michelle Mullins Greg & Wendy Peele Frank & Margaret Pleasants Melissa Potter Byron & Karen Ritter Casey & Holly Root Judy & Randall Rouse Sarah & Donald Royster Wanda Russell James & Joann Sibert Jody Smith Taylor & Associates Appraisers, Inc. Margaret & Charles Thompson Charles & June Trivette Bob Vespa Catherine Vincent Terry & Joe Ann Weatherford Mahdi was born in Somalia in 1990 and in ’92, his father left to get an education and a visa for the family. By ’93, the family moved to Finland, where Mahdi grew up. His soccer coach in Finland knew Justin Maullin, the coach at UNCG, a connection that led to Mahdi coming to UNCG and receiving a scholarship to play soccer. During his one year mandatory military service, he was given a two hour pass to practice soccer. He was training to be a sniper, but just six months after meeting with Coach Maullin, he came to UNCG and was admitted only two weeks before school started. He has made an impact as a four-year starter for the team and hopes to stay in the United States after he graduates, continuing his soccer career or possibly pursuing an MBA. 11 Spartan Club Donor Listing Bob & Catherine Wineburg Michael & Michelle Wright Century Spartans $100 - $249 Mary Alexander Elizabeth Andrews Bank of America Rosann Bazirjian & Patrick Burger Preston Bergen Carlton Blakley Winn Bleicher Judy Blucker Lisa Boepple Jennifer Boggs Scott Brittsan Beth Bullock Mary Byrd Carolina Bank Terri Clark Ida & Buddy Clayton Hugh & Yvonne Cole Rose Cole John Comer Amy & Brian Cook Donna Cornick Michael & Pat Craddock Gayle Currie Alice & William Davis John Davis Glenn & Susanne Donovan William Dubose Gregory Eaddy Beth Eckstein Jo Ann Elliot-Davis Carol Eustis Linda Evans Larry & Eliza Feniger David Ferris Charles Foster Nancy Franklin Justin Glover Geoffrey Griffin Gene & Libby Grubb Jerry & Melissa Harrelson Robert Hathcock Mark & Janet Hein Anne Herman Carter Heyward Eric & Christine Hoover Michael Hrabosky, Jr. Justin & Gabby Hukill Layman Idol, Jr. Dacia Ijames Alecia Johnson Ed & Emily Kitchen Robert & Rascha Keiegsman Pearce & Anne Landry Lois & Emsley Laney Christopher Lawson Karin Lee Connie & Donald Leonard Dean & Kathleen Little John Little & Elizabeth Wintermute Steven & Tracey Luckner David & Leslie Madigan Lois Maloney Jackie Manuel Justin & Brittany Maullin John & Cynthia McCaffery Lisa McConnell Ann & Frank McCracken Anita & Roger Metcalf Bill & Barbara Moran Thomas Mozur Ronald & Jane Norwood Kevin & Mary Oleksiak Timo & Renee Pakkala Phyllis Parrott Dee & Seldon Patty Bill & Julie Paulos Judy Piper Robert Piva & MaryK McGinley Sandra & Joe Pool Kim Pyle John & Ellen Redmond Jackie & Jason Riffle Michael Roberts Freddy & Susan Robinson Donegan Root Student-Athlete Profile Ricky Guile Baseball l Lebanon, N.J. Media Studies Major l Class of 2015 Bruce Roscoe & Megan Goodwin Kikuye Sasaki Michael & Lisa Schwarz Gerald & Dianne Schwendinger Steven & Rebecca Serck Dwight & Jody Shaw Anne Sheehan William Spratt, Jr. Miriam Staton Kwadjo Steele Dale Stoehr Dwight Stone Brenda Suits Talbert Family Foundation Kevin & Erica Thornton Donielda Tripp-Leino Steven & Melanie Underwood Jane Vance Bea Brown Van Every Sara & Graham Warren Weaver Foundation, Inc. Kay Whitt-Fecher Rita Wiggs Barbara Wike Elizabeth Winstead Jennifer Sansevero Nancy Woodside Lorraine Woodyard John & Kim Wright Trever Wright The Spartan Club is grateful for the commitment and support of the donors whose names appear in this publication. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these lists. The recognition period for gifts in this report is from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013. We sincerely regret any errors or omissions. 12 â€œSince I was 14, I have made it my goal to direct a feature length film in Hollywood. I am fascinated by the stories that movies can tell and the way the camera can influence an audience. I have done a large range of video work, but my most recent work includes the UNCG baseball intro video and the UNCG senior banquet video. These videos were a great way for me to mix the two most important parts of my life, film and baseball. The unique experience I have had as a student and an athlete at UNCG has been irreplaceable.â€? Become a Spartan Club member today! Cash/Credit Card 2012-13 Payroll Deduction All current UNCG faculty & staff members may make a gift through payroll deduction. Your gift or pledge will have to be completed by June 30 of each year. We welcome your support in the form that is the most in line with your personal financial plans. Please contact the UNCG Spartan Club staff if you wish to discuss your particular giving strategies and be sure to note that the Spartan Club’s fiscal year runs from July 1 to June 30. To make a cash contribution, simply write a check or charge your gift to your VISA, MasterCard or American Express. You can also draft your credit card account on a monthly basis. Online To make a gift online, visit SpartanClub.org. You have the option of making a recurring gift and can spread your total gift over a period of time. Matching Gifts Many companies have a matching gifts program that doubles the value of your gift. Consult your employer for information concerning a matching gift for higher education in support of scholarships for studentathletes. Be sure to enclose your matching gift form with your gift. Securities A gift of appreciated stocks, bonds or mutual funds can be beneficial to both you and UNCG. Tax benefits are maximized when appreciated securities, rather than proceeds from their sale, are donated directly to UNCG. Planned Gifts Deferred or planned gifts benefit our studentathletes well into the future, while providing immediate and deferred tax advantages to both you and your heirs. Student-Athlete Profile Lucy Mason Women’s Basketball l Stone Mountain, Ga. African American Studies & Economics Major l Class of 2016 Lucy Mason was the break out freshman on the women’s basketball team this past year, quickly becoming one of the top ranked freshmen for points per game in the country. Although she focused on the game, it didn’t distract her from going above and beyond in the classroom in pursuit of a double major in African American Studies and Economics. After being selected as the SoCon Freshman of the Year, she also maintained a 4.0 grade point average to match her excellence on the court. She claims that her success in the classroom and on the court is a result of her time management skills and of her ability to ask questions and accept help. Lucy has also stepped up as an active member in the Student Athlete Advisory Council and African American Studies Club. As for the future, Lucy states that she is determining how to pair both majors and deciding on where to go from there, but her goal for her team is to win a conference title before leaving UNCG. 13 Spartan Club Fundraising Craig Fink Associate AD/Advancement For all of us in the Spartan Club office, our student-athletes continue to inspire us to work harder every day to ensure they have the resources necessary to strive for excellence in all they do. We strongly believe in the value of college athletics. Thank you to the 566 individuals who made a gift to our program last year who share in that belief. 2012-13 was another great year for the Spartan Club and we look forward to partnering with all those who care about UNCG Athletics again in 2013-14. Athletic Scholarship Fund $350,000 $300,000 Cash Raised $250,000 $200,000 $150,000 $100,000 $50,000 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 Year 2012-13 Fundraising Totals Athletic Scholarship Fund Enrichment Funds Other TOTAL $ 342,421 $ 115,685 $ 141,211 $ 599,317 14 >> Jamie Simmons of womenâ€™s soccer posted six straight shutouts, including Elon to clinch the regular season SoCon title. â€œThe Spartan Club is vitally important to our coaches because the money we raise for scholarships allows them to go out and Spartan Club Executive Committee Chad Cheek ‘92 Owner, Sunset Creations Ray Holoman President, MacSouth Forest Products Jacqueline DeBrew ‘91 Judy Garner ‘71 Mike Godwin UNCG Clinical Professor, School of Nursing Retired, Employment Security Commission Attorney, Schell Bray PLLC Kurt Kronenfeld ‘79 Vice President, Senn Dunn Pete LaMuraglia ‘86 Tom Martin ‘70 Partner, Compass Financial Partners, LLC Retired, City of Greensboro Chris Gorhom ‘02 Jim Hoffman VP Marketing/Development, Goodwill Industries Attorney, Womble Carlyle Sandridge Rice LLP Jason Parsons ‘99 Regional Sales Manager, Stalls Medical Angie Polk-Jones ‘89 Mike Spohn ‘91 Principal, Middle College, UNCG CFO, Old North State Trust, LLC Ex-Officio Members Kim Record - Director of Athletics Janis Zink - Vice Chancellor for Advancement Craig Fink - Associate AD for Advancement Mike Roach - Director of the Spartan Club JIMMY DOUGHERTY Class of 2016 l Melbourne, Australia Major: Kinesiology Jimmy Dougherty of men’s tennis earned placement on the SoCon All-Freshman team and First Team All-SoCon doubles team with Randy Phillips. By the conclusion of the 2013 season, Dougherty and Phillips’ doubles team was ranked No. 85 in the nation. recruit the best student-athletes they can for their sport.” - Mike Roach, Director of the Spartan Club 15 Spartan Club Benefits Benefits Champions Circle* $10,000 $5,000 $2,500 Golden Spartans Fighting Spartans Blue & Gold Spartans Century Spartans Current Student $1,000 $500 $250 $100 $25 Travel with team to one game Meal with a coach Exclusive athletic director gift Two tickets to Senior Student-Athlete Banquet Men’s Basketball game program recognition Courtside basketball season ticket opportunity Men’s Basketball VIP parking Men’s Basketball halftime hospitality Men’s Basketball pregame hospitality Recognition in the HHP Building Men’s Basketball riser section season ticket opportunity Spartan Club Annual Report and window decal Invitation to annual donor recognition event Postseason tournament/road game ticket priority % Membership card with list of corporate sponsors/discounts Spartan Club window decal/front license plate+ Tax deductible charitable gift Priority 1 Priority 2 Priority 3 Priority 4 Priority 5 Priority 6 Priority 7 * - Those who make four-year pledges at these levels will be matched up with a student-athlete as part of our annual scholarship program % - Based on availability + - First time donors only 16 Visit SpartanClub.org for Benefits Meet the Spartan Club Staff Mailing Address: Spartan Club PO Box 26168 Greensboro, NC 27402 Shipping Address: Spartan Club 1408 Walker Avenue 337 HHP Building Greensboro, NC 27402 Assoc. AD for Advancement email@example.com Craig Fink Director of the Spartan Club firstname.lastname@example.org Mike Roach Asst. Director of the Spartan Club Whitney Honeycutt email@example.com Athletic Development Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org Susan McDonald UNCG Head Coaching Staff Main Office: Phone: 336-334-3576 Email: email@example.com Link Jarrett Baseball Wes Miller Men’s Basketball Wendy Palmer Women’s Basketball Chad Pearson M/W XC/Track & Field Terrance Stewart Men’s Golf Sarah Sargent Women’s Golf Janelle Breneman Softball Justin Maullin Men’s Soccer Steve Nugent Women’s Soccer Thomas Mozur Men’s Tennis Jeff Trivette Women’s Tennis Patrick Nicholas Volleyball 17 Thank You Spartan Club Members. Thank you for your support of UNCG Athletics and our student-athletes. Your contributions are essential in providing over 200 student-athletes with exceptional resources to succeed in the classroom and on the playing field. UNCG Athletics extends its sincere gratitude for your passion, generosity and dedication to our entire 17 sport program. We are Spartans!